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CANDIDATES AT THE CAPITOL.
Bow a Partisan Editor Wanted the Presi- I
dent to Boom His Gubernatorial Man. i
rEditor Garlington in Spartanburg I
WASHINGTON, D. C., February g.- i
This ;-the city of the Tappioco. I a
have met with some old acquaintances I
and seventeen times had the imperti- F
nent question propounded: "What are i
you after?" It seems to be a foregone
conclusion that no man comes here i
unless he has some scheme to work. I d
did not answer all those who- pro- r
pounded this interrogatory, for I made (
up my mind early that the whole mat- t
ter should be worked on tbe dead
quiet. I don't mind saying to the E
Herald readers, however, that I am
laboring for the toiling masses, trying I
to serve the dear people.
Not only is my mission in the inter- <
est of the people, the horny handed F
sons of toil, but the glorious cause of J
Refawm as well. This work came
upon me unexpectedly, and I was F
wholly unprepared for the great honor. 1
But when the friends, relatives and a
acquaintances of John Gary Evans, in t
council of war assembled, and by au
thority of same, selected me as the otil- <
cial organ and their mouthpiece to a
come here for the purpose of inducing <
the President of these United States to
take a block of stock in the alleged
Gary Evans boom, now threatening to
rise in South Carolina, I was not the
man to say no. As the original Evans
man I should specify. And so I have,
and if the boom boometh not and the
Aiken nag is beaten, he must not
shake his gory locks at me.
I found the President in a good ha
mor, fat and sleek, despite a eertain
.;areworn expression growing out of
the increasing uncertainty as to what
the Senate will do with his friend
Peckham, no doubt. He was seated
in the summer house in the left hand
corner of the White House grounds.
He was alone. I was glad of this, for I
realized the importance of keeping on
the quiet, so that Ellerbe's friends
could not interfere. The left hand of
the great man was gently stroking the
golden locks of a black and tan setter
dog which he told me was a present to
his wife from a constituent in Georgia,
who was also a promising applicant
for a postoffice. But in his right hand
he held before him a late copy of the
Laurensville Herald, W. T. Crews ed
itor, which contained advice arranged
and collected by the Lisbon Alliance.
This paper the President told me he
prized quite highly.
As soon as I came in hailing dis
tance, the President said: "The fellow's
from the South." I told him he
guessed right and he told me that
some people can tell from the way men
look' and walk where they live, but
when he saw a man comning up as if
he wanted an office he guessed gener
ally it was a Southierner and he never
guessed wrong but once.
"But," says I, "if you think I want
office or postoffice you are mistaken.
My purpose with you, Mr. President,
is one of grave importapee to the
South. I come to acquaint you with
Sthe brightest star that shines in the
galaxy of great Reformers, to show you
the corruscating splendor of the re
doubtable popular favorite. I come to
tell you if you want to win, to bet your1
money on John Gary Evans as the suc
cessor of B. R. Tillman."
The President said he was well ac
quainted with Mr. Evans, but asked
me who that man Tillman was. I was
astonished that he was so ignorant. I
told him, howrever, all about him; how
he was the biggest liquor dealer in the
iih-had nearly fifty barrooms un
der liTm and was making barrels of
money out of them-and that we ex
pected that when John Gary Evans
succeeded to the throne he would divy
with his organ. This tickled the Pres
ident and he said he began to see milk
in the cocoanut.
"You make out a very strong case,"
said the President, "but I see grave
diffleulties in the way. I have always
had a tender feeling for Dr. Sampson1
Pope. He is a great and a good. He
"But,'' said I, "Dr. Pope rejects your
pet theory of tariff reform." "You
must be mistaken about that," said
the President; "he did not use this as
an argument in his favor when he was
after office here some time back."
The President began searching
through his mail and came across the
Columbia State. "2Read that paper,"
I said, gleefully, "and see if the Doc
tor's own organ does not bear me out."
And so it did, and the President rose
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go" for you to buy.I
rom his seat and stamped his foot and
rowed (he never swears) that the man
vho rejected the star-eyed goddess
hould never have his support. "So
ar as my influence goes, it goes hence
orth against Dr. Pope," said the Pres
I was beginning to swell with pride.
saw tho rich, red fruit of my labors,
ud I said, "Mr. President, you are a
reat man. I observe that you are not
,man to jump at conclusions, but size
nen up slowly." I was on the eve of
iutting the direct vote on the main
ssue, but he stopped me.
"I cannot tell you to-day that I will
end Administration aid to your can
lidate. I desire first to submit the
natter to Lisbon Alliance of Laurens
,ounty. If that branch of Our Noble
)rder endorses him and in fitting terms
iasses resolutions in his behalf, it
I thanked the President for his
romised aid in bringing about sub
tantial recognition for the illustrious
>f shoot of an illustrious family and
romised to call again. I told the
"resident I would like to whisper a
vord in his ear about the Spartanburg
ostoffice. He said that was giving
rim a deal of trouble, almost as much
a the Hawaiian matter, but he hoped
hat both would sometime be settled.
He told me to whistle "Yankee Doo
lie" to-morrow afternoon as I passed
ong from the Capitol and he would
ome out and talk to me some more.
rrank Leslie's Popular Monthly For
The leading article in Frank Leslie's
'opular Monthly for March is a pic
uresque account of the four leading
'European Parliaments"--t hose of
reat Britain, France, Germany and
taly-by that experieneed observer
.nd graphic writer, Frederick S. Dan
el. The illustrations accompanying
his paper are as timely and up-to-date
s the text, including views of Glad
tone in the House of Uommous, the
cene in the French Chamber of Dep
ities on the occasion of the explosion
f Vaillant's bomb, the stormy session
t Monte Citorio at the time of the*re
en; Italian Cabinet crisis, and the pro.
ected new palace . of the Reichstag at
erlin. J. William Fosdick illus
rates. with a series of elaborate draw
;gs, his own entertaining description
if "An Artist's Winter at Fountaine
>leau." Other notable illustrates ar
icles are "Tasmania" by E. Trow
ridge; "Fort Hamilton," by Don C.
;eitz; "Horrors of Capital Punish
uen," by W. H. Garrison; "How to
xet Married, thoug in France," by Dr.
3. Sherwood Dunn; "A True Eskimo
3omance," by Dr. J. M. Mills, Sur
eou of Peary Relief Expedition; and
,n appreciative review of the life and
vork of the late Professor Tyndall, by
Ienry Tyrrel.' A new serial story,
ntitled "The Silver Shafts," by
rances Swann Williams, bagins in
bis number. There is also, amongst
be complete ahort stories, a peculiarly
triking one by Maley Bainbridge
rist, called "The Woman's Story o1
'olstoi's 'Kreutzer Sonata.' "
nockd Out by a Sauer Krant Explosion.
[From the Oil City Derrick.]
A German living on Potato Moun
amn made a barrel of saner kraut, and
laought to preserve the aroma of the
ermented cabbage in all of its fresh.
ress by driving both heads of the barrel
ight and nailing down the bung. On
aturday he decided that his kraut
vas about ripe, and went to tbe cellar
o examine it. He had hardly enter-ed
he cellar when his family was startled
y a terrific explosion. Something
truck the floor beneath them hard
nough to loosen the boards, and the
ir was filled with the fli.vor of newly
The man's wife hurried to the cellar,
were she found her husband lying on
he floor, his whiskers, hair, clothing,
d the ceiling of the cellar filled with
reds of cabbage, w%hile the barrel was
vas in pieces and scattered about the
oom. The man was unconscious, but
ecovered soon after being carried up
tairs. He stated that as soon as he had
:nocked the top hoop from the barrel
he cask exploded with the force of a
team boiler, driving him against the
:eiling so hard that the boards were
oosened. The fermentation had caused
as to generate, and when he agitated
he stuff by driving the hoop it let ;c
vth the force 'f an ignited barrel of
True Love on Guard.
[Lewiston Evening Journal.]
Among the eallers at Auburn jail is
very elderly woman who brings dain
ies to a mar).
"What is be?" asked the turnkey;
"0 dear me, no!" said she coyly. "]
uess he isn't my husband."
"Brother! Whby,' the idea!" said she.
'No, he is not"
"Your son?" suggested the turnkey.
"Sir-r-r!" said she.
"No, sir, he ain't my father, thougi
bat wouldn't be so bad. He is just
wvell, ahemi," said she, "he-well-he
s my intended!'
"Yes," said she; "he intended to he
nine before he went and did this jot
hat pulled him in, and, young man, ]
nyself intend that he shall marry mi
when he comes out, arnd I never spoi
Sgood intention. Yod give him thenr
'assengers, and tell him that his trui
ove waits for him at the portal."
The face at the inside of the port a
ie minutes later looked happy-hap
my that there was a door "betwix
6 San,ple sitt,ng of the House of Lod
Trom the London St. James' Gazette.
A t yesterday's mreeting of the House
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f wbom one, Lord Kensington, occu
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Blouse three peers make a q1uorum
The only business was tile first readiri
>f tbe Local Government bill, a form
ility hat occupied lbarely half a min
ite. Lord Ripon then briefly an
3ounced that the house would mee
igain on Friday, and that he woul<
~hen b.e prepared to name a day for tb
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How a Merchant Lost the Trade of Two
[From the Detroit Free Press.1
There were two of them, evidently old
friends, and as they stocd looking at a dis
play of shoes in the window of a Wood
wood avenue store the first one remark
"Now, then, if you were me, would you
really buy a pair of shoes?"
"Why, it seems to me that I would," re
plied the other, "but you mus. use your
own judgment about it. Of course shoes
will always be worn more or less."
"Yc-, I suppose so."
"And if you have an extra pair it won't
be nothing thrown away."
"No, I guess I will take your advice."
"But don't buy because I say so, I
shouldn't want you to regret it you know."
"Well, we'll see."
It was a busy day and every clerk was
emyloyed, but after taking a seat on the
sofa they gesticulated until the attention
of a floorwalker was attracted, and he sent
them a salesman.
"You keep shoes don't you?" inquired
the one who thought of buying.
"What would you buy-lace, button,
high, or Oxfords?" she asked of her
"I always wear high, buttoned, but you
do as you think best."
"Well, I will look at some button shoes
on an A last. Don't bring me anything
but and A last, and I want No.2s."
"While he was getting five or six pairs
of shoes she removed the one from her
right foot and told her friend a story
about a woman in Toledo which took up
nine minutes and kept the clerk 'waiting
for five minutes.
"Too small," he said, as he pulled a
shoe over her toes.
"Is that a No. 2 on an A last?"
"Well, that's funny. That's what I've
*"Well, you can't get your foot in. I'll
bring you something else."
He brought 2%s on a B last. She
managed to get her big toe in with the
others, but that was all. -
Then he brought her No.3Se on a C last,
and as she finally managed to wriggle her
foot into the shoe it was evident that she
could not stand.
"You'll have to have a larger shoe," he
"My stars! but what can ail your shoes?
I'm sure I can wear No. 2's on an A last.
You know that," she added to her friend.
"I have always noticed how small your
foot was," was the reply.
Then she tried on Oxfords from No. 2's
to No. 4's and from an A to a D last. She
couldn't walk without hobbling. Then
she went back to buttons and tried the
line all over again without avail. A No.
34 on the D last was evidently a fit for
her foot. The clerk said it fitted like a
glove, but she pulled it off and whispered
to her friend:
"Don't you think the goods have
"Likely as not."
"Or walking on my foot has swelled it?"
"I shouldn't wonder."
"Will you take this pair?" asked the
clerk, as he held them up.
"I- [think rot. WVe are just looking
around, you know. We may come in
again. Very much obliged to you."
They started to go out, but turned aside
to see some slippers, and were 18 minutes
inspecting them and asking prices. Then
they went over and looked at some baby
shoes and put in 12 minutes more. They
had reached the door wh?n they saw a
sign of "Rubbers at cost." and stopped
and overhauled about fifty pairs and con
sumed 15minutes further time. When
they finally reached the street the one
who had tried on the shoes said to the
"We must remember this place, so as
not to come here again. You saw thai the
people have no accommodation about
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Reaching for Columbus's Laurels.
[From the London Pall Mall Gazette.]
Capt. Gambier, R. N., goes a step fur
ther than the assertion that Columbus
did not know what he was discovering,
and denies him the merit of having dis
covered at all. The first sight of Amer
ica, he says in the Fbrtnighlyj, was obtain
ed by one Jean Consin'of Dieppe in 1488,
four years befere the arrivalof Columbus
at San Salvador. Cousin actually sailed
up the Amazon River, which he called
after the native name "Maragnon." On
board his vessel was a man named Pin
con, who was tried and punished for in
subordination on the return to Dieppe.
Being banished from France this Pincon
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though there is no direct evidence that
Columbus sought him out and obtained
information as to Cousin's voyage, it is a
remarkable fact that one of Columbus'
vessels was actually commanded by a
man of this name, who was accompanied
by two brothers.
The principal thing to be said in oppo
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France, which rssiduously lays claim to
every scientific invention and discovery
that can be named, has never been known
to put forward a pretension to the dis
covery of America. Perhaps after this
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RELIGION AND THE DOCTO .
Some months ago, believing that the
oft repeated assertion, that the majority o
medical men were unbelievers, is not true
Dr. J. Frank Locke. of Pillsbury, Minn.
asked the readers of the Medical Brie
to reply to the following questions:
"1. Do you believe in the Christain re
-2 Do you profess it?
"3 Are you a church member?"
Answers were recieved from a hundrei
and seventy-nine physicians living ix
thirty-four states of the Union. Of this
number, one hundred and fifty repliec
affirmatively to all the questions. Nin<
answered "Yes"to the first two question!
and "No" to the third. Seven respondet
in the affirmative to the first question. ank
in the negative to the two latter. Thirteet
r plied negatively to all the questions.
The sentiment in favor of Christait
belief, then, is in the proportion of a hun
dren and thirty-six to thirteen, or practi
cally, thirteen to one
"Two who answer th: first two ques
tions with a decided negative, answer th<
third in the affirmative; thoy do not be
lieve in the Christain religion. yet belonz
to a church. Five of the thirteen who an
swer with negatives write that they wer<
once believers and church members."
The followigg characteristics of the re
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a decidad bearing on the character of tho
"1. Those who have answered affirma
tively have nearly all done so with a sim
ple "Yes,' or 'I oc; while ten out of the
thirteen answering in the negative hav(
taken from one to five pages for explana
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"2. The affirmative . letters are utterly
devoid of personalities and covert sneers
while nearly half of the negatives offenc
in that direction.
"3. Every lady physican who has writ
ten, eight in number, has answered eacl
"4. Three who have answered in the
negative say they cannot understand hoR
one can practice medicine if he believes it
the Christain religion, while thirty-eighi
of those who have answered all questions
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practice their profession without the as
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1888 will show. Gi7e your order to mn
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E P PS' S
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for Paregoric, Drops, Soothin
It is Pleasant. Its guarante
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-the Mother's Friend.
"Castortaisso well adapted tochildren that C
I recommend it as superior to any prescription S
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"'The usc of 'Castoria' is no universal and
its merits so well known that it seens a work
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within ear: reach." r
Cattos 3IAn'T, D. D.,
New York City.
TuE CzTca Coa
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_ pieces of
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. The regular price of this
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TR UE & CO., Box 400,
s prescription for Infants
her Opium, Morphine nor
is a harmless substitute
g Syrups, and Castor Oil.
e is thirty years' use by
is the Children's Panacea
astoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Jur Stomach, Diarrhrra, Eructation,
ills Worms, give s sleep, and promotes 43
ithout injurious medication.
"For several years I have recomimended
our 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to
a so as it has invariably produced benencal i
Eowrs F. PAnz, M. D.,
125th Street aid 7th Ave., New Yor: City.
PAST, 77 MMuuT S-rarmE, N- YonxCrL
. L DOUGLAS
i, $4 and $3.50 Dress Shoe.
$3.50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
82.50, $2 for Workingmen.
$2 and $1.75 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
$3, $2.50 $2, $1.75
. CAUTION.-If any dealeri
offers you W. L. Donglas
shoes at a reduced price,
or says he has them with- f
m --- -. out the name stamped
on the bottom. put him
down asa frand.
stylish, easy fitting, and give better
r other make. Try one pair and be con
is' name and price on the bottom, which
ollars annually to those who wear them.
las Shoes gain customers, which helps to
They can afford to sell at a less profit,
ing all your footwear of the dealer advr
)n. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
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COLUMBIAA.' (; II'I'E DIVIBIC.
)ndensedShedule-In es h 198.
(Trains run by75th Meridian 18)
Co.l! STATIONS. No l
15 amLV. ........Charleston-. Ar. 84pm
20a m .......Columbia- 3 m
03 p m .........ar------ 314 p m
Smpm --,Prosper.ty 2 51P m
50 p m ......-..Newberry . 23 m
54 p m .......Helena-....... 2p
30 p m .Chappll..-. 138pm
1s p m ......-Ninety-i --- ......
3: p m ......Greenwood.. m
CO p m .....Hodge --.--- 121P
t20pm ....Donald.--- 12p
35p m -... tonea Pth-Lv a10
21p m ......Anderson ....-...
58 p m .........Pendleton..- 1036 am
0 p m Ar.........-Seneca...v-- 100am
05 p m Ar...........Walhalla...-- Lv 9 05 a m
2S p m Ar.e.......Greevie......Lv. 10 35 a E
ETWEEN ANDERSo5, BELTON .AID Ga
%o. 12 STATIONS. No
Os p m Lv. Anderson Ar. 12 P m
3 40 p m Ar Belton. Lv 1145am
106 p m Lv. Belton Ar. 1t 3o am
1 20 p m Ar. Williamston. 110 m
1 25 p m Pelzer, 1108 a m
4 -i p m Piedmont. 10 48 an
120pm Greenville. C&G 1015am
ETWEEN CHARLESTON, JACESONVILLE, SA
VANNAH, cOLUXEIA. ALSTON AND
o.td STATIONS. No.14
7 1.5 amLv.........harleston .. Ar. 845 p m.
7 00 am 4 ........ Jacksonville......" 8 45 pm
1 50 am .... annah...... " 4 00 p m
510 p m .........Columbia......... 100 p m
550pm ............Alston.-....... 1220pm
6 44 p m ........Carlisle......- 1126 pm
5.3 p m ............Santuc-........ 1117 p m
7 10 p m .............Union........... 10 50 p m
7 30 p n ........Jonesvile......... 10 37 p m
7 43 p m .Pacolet... 3024 p m
81U p m Ar. .......Spartanburg.....Lv.10 0 a m
8 15 p m Lv.......Spartanburg........Ar. 956 a m
120 p m Ar. ...... .Asheville.........LV. 6 50 a m
ETWEEN IrEWBEREY, CLINTON AND. IAU3'S
No.15. STATIONS. No.16.
I 2Oam ....Columbia... 415 pm
I (Opm ...Newberry . 12 80 pm
1. 'm ...Goldville.... '1 25 am
2.1.. ....Clinton... It 10 am
2 5 pm Ar Laurensa'v 10 40 am
BETWEEN HODGEs AND ABBZVIL.
Daily. Daily. STATIONS. No. 10. Ex Ssn
No. 9 No. 11 Mixed. No.i
2 40p m 305pm.LvHodgesAr 2556p 1225pm
1 Kp f3a5pm.IIarraugh's f235pim*13RI.^
115p M 3 40 pmArAbbevilleLv2 sm1150p m
CONNECTIONS VIA. F. C. i P. BAILROAD.
Daily. Daily. CENTRAL TIME -Daily. Daily.
'o. so. No.37. No 38 No.10.
235am1200n'n Lv.Columbia.Ar.35C8tnlt 0p1
4 35am4fOpm Ar. Savannah Lv.l5(ad 7.20pa
9 :Jpm900pmArJ'cka'nvilleLv. 7 OOam.22pt
Trains leave Spa nburg, S. C., A A C. Divw
on, Northbo 1215 a m, 505 m, 622 p m.
Vestibuled Limited); Southboun d7a126
yM. 11 7 am. (Ves:ibfued Lid es
,ound. W N. C. Division, 815pm for frnd
onville, Asheville, and Hot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville, S. C A. A ' D&vi
ion, Northbound, 1116 a m, 410 p-m and 5 3
m. (Vestibuled T.imited);South m,152a.m.
LO p. MI,, 12 28 p. m. (Vestibuled T-te)
Trains leave Seneca, S.C., A. A.a
orthaond, 10 0't p. m., 2 31 p. m., and 41
).m.; Southbound 301 a. m., 5 45 p. m.
Pu1lna Palace Sleeping Caron Trains ad
1.87 and 38 on A. A U. Division.
X. A. TUIt, S. H. HA-DWIC,
sen'l Pass. Agent, Ass't Gen'i PaSs. At,
Washington, D.C. Atsaata,
i. E. McBEE, SOL HAAS,
Gen'lSup't., Trame Mg,
Columbia, S. C. Washingto,D.C.
V. H. GREEN. Gen'I Mg'r, Wa nton, DQ B '.
'EABOARD iA .- l'"'rt line
Norfolk and Old Point, Va., and c
. . New line to Charleston, S. C. Effect July
No. 38 No 134 Eastern Time No. 117 No.43
Daily. Daily. except AtlantajDaily. Daily
6 wam 505pm Iv Atlanta ar 730am 45pm
oOSam 813pm iv Athens ar 616mm 50pI
11 :am 9 11pm ar Elberton lv 522m 4tlhpm
2 10 Opr- ar Abbeville 1v 327am 83 p
2 4p 1025pm arGreenw'd1lv 402am
332pml228amlar Cheste arl 2-7am11145aU
So0pm 15samIar Monroe ivjr250amlfl'5m
6 15am'ar Raeigh lVf 8S
- 90am ar Weldon 1l
3 40pm ar Wash'ton 1v10 -I
7 49pm ar Philadet 1v 7 a
S10 35pm ar NewYorklvi125m
S5lJ0amIar Cbarlotte lv1OO0pmi
I 9 0.aml ar Wilm'g'n 1v 50p
200pm 1v Clinton arj . 14
2 42pm arNrsertli I 12~p
4lupm arCoublli 111m _
545pm ar Sumter le 1951m -
8 4npm arCharlestony 715m
53pm1 | arDarlngt'nlvI I 7 m
9 25am:1vWeldon(a) ar. 521m
IL45am Iv Norfolk 1v 3Om
16 .p arNorf'k bar 303am -
700amnsr Balto Iv 60pm1
10 47am ar Philadel lv 4 4If1m.
I20pm arNewYorkl 1t 210pm
510a.mlar Philadel .lvII11pm
800m Iar NewYorklvlMSpm
(bDa Bay Line.. ;n, 7ia New York, Phila- ~
isph and NorfolkRailroad. (w) ViNorfnikt
nd Washington .'tamhoat Co. Trinis 1(o. 34
nd 117 run solid with Pullman buffet
ars between Atlanta and Washl O.a,
'lman Buffet parlor cars between ab
on and New York. Parlor car Weldon
'ortsmouth: Sleeping car Hamlet and W4
dngton. Trains Nos. St1 and 41 Wearry- U
aches between Atlanta and Chreston.
0. V. SM.ITH, TrafBMaae r
JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'1 Maae.
EW. B. GLOVEE. Div. Ps. A.geut, Aana
~TL A TIC COAST L2NE.
ltween Charleston and ColumbiaanilUpper
South Carolina and North Carolina
and Athens ad.d Atlanta.
jOING W.sT. 60oMo E asQ'
7 00 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 8140
an 40"'nam" (
850 " ...Lamtsr..........." 730
11(5 Ar....Columnbla......Lv. 430
1 "i .....lnton........ " 15
2 41 " .....Greenwood.. -" 1245
309 " ......Abbeville......'1215
7 45 ".....Atlanta........ " 738
pm0 ...Winnsboro....." 11a
830 " .....Charlotte....... " 930
p m a m
4 24 " ...A nderson..... " 11 15
5 15 "......Greenvlle... " 14 15
102 ".. Iendesnvle" 7 48
11 20 " ......Asheville... "6 50
Nos. 52 and 53 Solid trains between Charia.
on andCinto,i, S. C.
H. M. EMERSON,Ass't Gen'lPas.Agent,
T.M. EME RSON, Traffic Manage.r.
J. R. KENLY. Gen'l Manager.
SAVANNAH A ND FLORIDA VIA
Effective Octo)ber 1st, 1893.
astern Time S.B S. B.
ouhbond Train Train
No. 37 No.9.
~v. Newberry..............2 3p m
" Alstn.. .................. 330p m
kr Columnbia......-....415p m
.v Columrbia..~......... 320 pm 5 15a m
Ir Denark ...........5 03 pm 58 am
" aifx............. 5 52 pm 7 50 am
"Allendale........... 6 40 pm 9 55a
" l1amp0............. ... . 801a m
" Yemsse.......~..... ...... 8 37a m
"Beaufort----....... ...... - 95Sa
"Savannah, Ga........... 8tU p m 10065~
N Savannah ............6 10 am 8 10p m
" Jesup---.............860 a m 103m
"Jacksonville, Fla.... 1 15 p m 838 am
~orthbound. Train Train
entral imie No. 38 No.10.
~vJacksonvie,.Fla... 2 00p m' 7 00 a
" Way cro,............. 15p m 1, loam.
" Jvssup.............. 6 25 pm 10 28a m
r Savaninah ........... 8 32 pm 12 0a m
.v Savannah............6 0a m 4 10 p
*Port Royal. .......... 3 45p m
'Beaufort...-.. 4 00 pm
4Yemaee........ .... 627p m
"Hampton......-.. .... 6 (8p m
A llendale . .........-730 am 4056pm m
" Fairfax.. ............7 50 am 828 p m
" Den mark............837 am 7lv9pl
kr Colun-bia......-10 2 a m 9 00pm m
av Columbia...........1 2 a m
*Alston............12 08p m
"Newberry ..... ...250p m
South of Columbia,Tramns use 90th Mer1d
an Time. North of Columbia, Trains us
5th Meridian Time.
Close connections at Savannah with the
kean Steamship Co.'s e'legant Steamers for
ew York. Philadelphia and Boston, and
ith the Plant System of Railway and
teamers for (uba and all points in Florida.
IIDWARD FORD, Supt.
I. M. Fa.EXING, Gen'1 Pass Ast.
L R. VANDIVEaE, Tray. Pass. Agt.