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-- But because
3 THE G E exist it is hardly
4he newspaper as a
OF THE woEAM- in the world, and to
MBERS OF 'N i while we enjoy it.
, p porters,s are only men
en, and there are news
rawho misrepresent and
with the pen, as other
wttb -the tongue. These in
as subject to human-weak.
adA it sometimes happens
"iMning to the jame (or
fstive strains, or eloquent
for several nights in suc
r IW n, and wttching the same (or
or evolutions, and
60anaS of silk and laee,
after year. if not night after
e reportorial brain grows
j#& instead of being abso
seurate as to matter and man
sto Boniton or ducesse, mate
and expressing the same
and originality of wonder
and keenness of interest
"04rhaps they felt when no
apt to draw largely upon
fiaghisation and to write
-reslly mean just what
that fhey should.
A acduionUaly happens that
nwli ofter ii found who
A abaletely infUlible in mat
6f polics, religion, fashion, art,
sindliterature, and who makes
y a slip in terminology.
this, there may be news
pcrters in the world-Heaven
Ah*t te should 'come any
ihm te North Pole-who
upon their imagination
ceia ons. But, because some
rial sad some are exagger
and sme are false, is there any
_V e should shrug one's
at the phrase "Newspaper
wand- invariably conclude
thI,_ i-ust be inaccurate? Is it
that, in newspaper work,
re ;~er, there may be men
to their work, conscientious, ex
a ar al, truthful in little things,
e is eVl s. per reading class is, as
* aery critical one, and it of.
tb^at the harshest critics
least fited by capacity or
becriticism. These give
to the immense machi
iat is put in, motion to build
newspaper. They know
ofthe executive ability, the
talent, the trained intellect,
* the skilful manipulation,
'~.ptness, the vast amount of
escpital, capacity, tact, indus
ce and perseverence that
day into the manufacture of
*alet which they toss aside so
ly, after skimming the cream
contents. The least flaw
tbe eye of the critics. Col
ifolumn of good and noble
geqe by unheeded.
tUhe newspaper reader who is
ormed, and who appreciates
of tbe newspaper generally,
iaks ofthe difficulties to be
imthe effort to make the
aalike popular and pure in
asuceess as a business enter
and a power for good in the
QThink for a moment of the varied
to be suited, of the various
that the little sheet goes
tb every norning to meet, as it is.
the press, and it will seem
tpi r th$ any newspaper should
:Ager than aday. Even among
whose political creed is some
Ssimilar, there is a complete op
~Ii,perhaps, on matters .of re
One man shrieksjaloud when
'algnewspaper reporter seeks
"the sanctity of his home."
requests the favor of a litt le
~mUeof an approaching entertain
SOne sneers at the lack of en
~d e shown in the omission
isaome busy rumor. Another
i Ry "wonders what these news
seswil set bold of next," as he.
assome startling announcement.
ahere and there a thoughtful
S~ieoguiZes the good work the
"w er accomplishes, and gives
of p)raise. One of these.
recently in the North Ameri
view, -says: "Not even all
ckhasers hare done so much as
owspapers in developing a sense
abrotherhood, and so help.
.a that kingdom of man which is
jeal kingdom of God. The news
Shelping 'Peace on earth,
will to man,' more than all the
sermons." With all its
with all the errors that mar
with alt the imuperfec
that must cleave to things of
cntrivance, the newspaper is
mighty power in the world; and,
even the least creditable of
may bear within its
a~S 1 teprfig
g-thening and edu.
: that is wielded by a
,A newspaper. Through its
.gments, crime "is checked, a
.....or of vice is excited, and law
ibiding citizens are aroused to a
sense of their responsibilities and
rights. Through its enter;>rise, trade
is stimulated, the commercial marts
of the world are spread like a map
before the eye, and widely sundered
countries are bound together with a
common tic of interest. Through its
appeals, great.wrongs, social and po
litical, are brought to the knowledge
and attention of legislatori. public
opinion is swayed toward right think
ing and right living, and object les
sons of morality are taught by means
of facts which need no exposition.
As a means of education, the news
paper is invaluable. Living history
pulsates between the pages. We be
come acquainted not only with the
great poets, politicians, philosophers,
painters, actors and discoverers of
the day, but with all who have made
themselves notable or notorious in
any direction. The word of fashion,
politics, religion, literature, art and
science is there in miniature, ...d
many a famous man has taken his
first step up the ladder of fame by
mears of diligent work in some small
corner of a daily ne*spaper.
The very people who find most to
deplore in the newspaper of the day
could ill afford to do without it.
Would it not be better for us some
times to try and realize the amount
of honest endeavor, of thorough work
and strength and toil and talent that
go to the making of even the hum
blest newspaper, rather than to dwell
upon the blemishes that deface even
the greatest. For, after all, in spite
of the croakers, the newspaper, as it
exists, is an amazing institution, an
outgrowth of the necessities of the age
and an exponent of the wonders of
this most wonderful of centuries.
Charleston Sunday News.
Crushed to Atoms.
The effect of this law is to prevent
merchants from advancing tenants
on their own account at all. It places
the tenant portion of the agricultural
class entirely in the hands of the
landholder, and how' they will exer
cise the extraordinary power the
Legislature has granted them, is the
problem now to be solved. While
the law was enacted solely in the in
terest of the landholders, in many
instances it will prove a hardship
upon them as there are many who
will find no little difficulty in getting
advances for their tenants unless
they become responsible to the mer
chants. While the landlord's respon
sibility to the merchant may bring
about healthier business relations be
tween planter;and merchant, yet be
tween this- upper and neither mill
stone the tenant is crashed toatoms.
Pee Dee Index.
If the bills now before Congress
granting pensions should become
laws, the country might as well go
into 1taakruptcy. Even that most
radical of radical sheets, the Phila
delphia Press, grows tired of the pen.
sion business, as witness: '-We do
not believe that the able-bodied men
who fought to put down the rebellion
want to be billeted on Uncle Sam as
pensioners for the rest of their lives.
The press'ure for more pensions,
which is reflected in the bills offered
in every Congress-never mor-e than
in the present one-comes not from
soldiers, but from the politicians,
who think that there is no surer way
of winning the hearts and votes of
the soldier element than by casting
to their supposed appetite for pen
sions. Bills are now on the lists to
pension those who served;only sixty
days and the widows and children of
such of that class as have died."
Some of the leading members of
the Legislature seemed to have a con
tempt for county papers only equaled
by their disdain for the tax-payers.
For instance the bill allowing Mas
ters to advertise in :ne wspapers out
side their county, and the bill requi
ring notice of the introduction of
bills of private interest to be pub
lished in a paper at the capittal. The
authors of each of the above meas
ures know f-ull well that the county
papers have a larger circulation than
the city dailies in their respective
counties, but such insignificant atoms
in the body politic are not of suffi
cient conscquenace to merit the con
sideration of a lordly legislator.
Mr. Bennett, of Niorth Carolina,
has put in a bill to prevent the recur'
rence of any more Fred. Douglass
miscegenation in the District of Co
Senator Beck declares on the sil
ver question that the only compro
mise lie wants is an enforcement of
Gen. Jubal A..Early is described
as a venerable appearing man, his
long, white beard reaching to his
waist, and his bent figure indicating~
the rapid advance of extreme old age.
Printer's ink has made more for
tunes than have ever been made on
alllhe.otdexchanges and in all the
GOOD ADVICE TO'YOUNG R.CN bI
N1NG THE NEW YFAIL.
We ouvgh'.t not, as young men, tread
over the threshold of a new year with
out very solemn thoughts stirring us.
There are special times in o!r lives
which seem ordnine:l by God as halt
ing seasons, where we may stop and
think, and hear God speak to us. To
some it is a birthday, to others a wed
ding day, to others the anniversary of
the death of some dear one. But,
perhaps. few speak so powerfully to
the soul as the quiet, solemn moment
when we pass the boundary line of
another year. Yes, we are another
year nearer seeing "Him whom our
soul loveth :- another year nearer our
home; let us pause awhile at this
solemn halt in our journey.
As we look back at the past year,
have we not much cause to praise and
magnify our gracious God and Father?
Ah ! do we not in looking at our work
for Him see much to grieve over,
much to amend? Have we been as
earnest and faithful in winning souls
to Christ as we might have been?
Have we been diligent in reading the
.*ord, and in prayer, laboring in
prayer for others? Have we been
used of God in bringing even one
soul to'know Him? Have we really
sought p-ecious souls? Have we be
sought God to give us opportunities
of speaking to them, and have we
used all that were presented to us?
A well known worker some time
ago, resolved, in God's strength, to
speak to at least one person every
day about their soul. God has blessed
and honored him as few indeed have
been blessed. Will not each saved
reader of this paper, seek, this new
year, by God's grace, to do the same,
or at least to speak to one soul every
week. The time is short, and this will
be to some the last year you will have
to testify for your crucified and reject
ed Master. Why not, at this solemn
time, earnestly seek to consecrate
yourself afresh to Him-to be used in
His way and for His glory, for the
year eighteen hundred and eighty-six.
Keep my life, that it may be
Consecrated, Lord to Thee.
Keep my lips,, that they may be
Filled with messages from Thee.
Keep my silver and my gold;
Not a mite would I withhold.
Keep my intellect, and use
Every power as Thou shalt choose.
Keep my will, oh, keep it Thine !
For it is no longer mine.
Keep my heart; it is Thine own,
It is now Thy royal throne.
Keep my love ; my Lord, I pour
At Thy feet its treasure-store.
Keep myself, that I may be
Ever. only, ALL for Thee.
It is not what you gain, but what
you save that makes you rich in this
world's goods. It is not what you eat,
but what you digest, that makes you
strong physically. So in the Christian
life, it is not what y,- profess, but
what you practice, that makes you a
Christian, and causes your life to be
an influence for good upon all you
Religion's Deadliest Foe.
It is not the men who have aban
doned themselves to the gambling
tables and the dramn shops who are
doing most to retard Cnristianity.
Not those who struggle through a
miserable existence with blotched
faces, haggard brown .and palsied
hand, scoffed, shunned and laughed
at. The Vices of such men shock our
moral sensibilities and show by con
trast the beauties of the Christian life.
Church members who profess the reli
gion of Jesus Christ and violate every
principle of it in their dealings with
the world. these are they who inflict
the deepest wounds on the cause they
pretend to esp)ouse. So called Chris
tian men who practice all wanner of
dishonesty under the name of "smart
ness," "shrewdness," and "business"
tact are the deadliert violators of
Christian morality. Deception in
business transactions is nothing but
dishonesty. The taking of usury be
cause of the necessity of your fellow
man meets the strongest condemna
tion of God's holy word. Contract
ing debts with no visible means of
discharging them, is another form of
dishonesty. In the realm of politics
are thousands of men who have for
ever forfeited their religious influence
by practices tha.t are radically and
absolutely dishonest. A man who so
acts may live as a politician, but not
as a Christian; men may applaud his
political tactics, but.they will despise
his pretenses to religion .-Extract
from R?ev. Dr. IIawthorne.
Young man, if you are~ overtaken in
a fault, (dont seek to hide it unless it
is a secret sin, known only to you
and your God. Dont wait until
others report it, and then you are con
strained to confess. But at once
make voluntary and humble confes
sion of your sin. A failure here,
through false pride has been the ruin
of many. "He that covereth his sins
shall not prosper, but whoso confes
seth and forsaketh them, shall find
The man who advertises in dull
tme wim n.eve feel dull times.
This rowder never varies. A marvel
purity, strength and wholesomeness. .1
economical than the ordinary kinds, and co
not be sold in competition with the mnltitu
of low test. short weight alum or phosphi
Powder. Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAKI
OWDER CO., 106 Wall st., N. Y. 11-12-1y
For fathei and son. for old and young,
large boys and small, for short men and U
Clothinr for business and dress, for we
days and best. for play and for school,
warm davs and cool. Clothing that lo
well because it fits well, that wears well 1
cause it's made well. Clothing that is prol
in style, proper in material, proper in fin:
and proper in price. Clothing, in short, tl
excels in every feature of excellence and
cheap only in price. Such clothing ns I ha
described and in such assortment as I hi
hinted at will be found in the emporium
fashion, where the careful selection, care
supervision and careful workmanship
shown in the largest and most varieda
most complete stock of superior clothing el
displayed in this city. A stock that offers y
the best opportunity of selecting a suitto
and please you. Everything in gentlema
wear can be fountd here, such- as Hats, F
nshing Goods and Fine Shoes of the lat
styles. This is the headquarters for Gent
man's fashionable outfits from his head to.
feet. you can be better satisfied here t1l
elsewhere, as the reputation of this estabhi
ment is reliable, and that all goods are s<
as represented1. If you hia.e never trad
with me give me a trial, and I am satisi
you will continue to patronize this reial
MI. L. KINARD,
Capets, Upholste Goo:
WALL PAPER.S, CORNI[CES,
Call at the LEADING HOUSE in t
State for these kind of goods.
J.H,DAvis', Carpet Store,
Several new designs in Tapestry, Bri
sels, body Brussels and Wool Carp<
selected especially for the Fall tra
have already arrived and many others
1,000 Smyrna Rugj
And Mats, all New Patterns, also a fi
Brussels Rugs and Mat
Cocoa and Napier Mattings, newv stc
just in store. 9-17-ly.
H. C. SUMM~ERS,
DEALER IN -
Wines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Cig:
and Tobacco. Prompt attention paid
all orders, I am prepared to furni
demijohns, kegs and jugs, and1 they c
be returned and no charge made
them. J. B. Lanier's celebrated fi:
grade corn whiskey always on har
Also will keep in stock a full line oft
lower grade of goods, together w
Imported Wines, Brandies, Gins, and
other goods usual to a fir.st class~ hou
which will be sold at the lowest p)rie
In connection with the bar I rur
full supply of fatmily groceries andp:
An infallible specific for
all the diseases peculiar to
women. such as painful or
Falling of the Womb. Leti
corrhoa or W hites, etc
CHANGE OF LIFE.
If taken during this criti
cal period, great suffering
and danger can he entirely
Send for our book containing valuable
formation for women. It will be mailed fa
to applicant.. Address
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR Co..
Box 28, Atlanta. Gi
Sol b a.n d......i.+.. 1.1
148 MAIN STREET,
To meet the demand of those in want c
Holiday Jothing, Hats
re I have determliiv.l to place at the disp(
Of every description at unprecedented
My stock comprises the latest novelties in
Gents' Prince Albert
in fine Broad Cloth, Diagonal, Corkscre
suit to $35. All shades and styles of Cork
From $10 upward. Cassimere Suits of allc
Suits, Childrens' Suits in endless variety.
My large assortment of Single Pants f
sacrifice. My stock of
Cannot be surpassed in the State for styl
Cannot be excelled at give-away pric<
Celuloid Ciiflrk and Collairs
er Will be sold strictly at manufacturers
it to our city and buy their supply, and go a
i goods on C. 0. D., with privilege for the p
ve the same. Send for catalogue and price i
~ 48 Main Street,
leWilton Velvets, Body Brussels, Supei
Carpetings, at New York prices. We shos
ART AND SMYRNA SQUARES,
CLOTHS, SMYRNA AN]
LACE AND SCR
SC ountry Orde
e MARBLE FRONT JEWELR
MAIN STREET, Ca
(R. N. Richbourg, Successor to Wmn. Glal
Diamnonds1, Silverware, Platedware, B:
Clocks, Jardinieres, the Choicest Gertps, P
C. for Wedding Presents and home use to ple:
and Winter styles in Jewelry are elegant I
is A Solid Silver Hunting Case Amnericar
de MLu sic iDej
n I have added to my jewelry establi
will be found the celebrated Steinway, Upr
,I have the sole control in this State, also
styles. Wilcox & White, and Shoninger 0
Brass Instruments, Sheet Music and Music
e logue and prices, and be sure and write to:
S. C., before purchasing elsewhere. I1
therefore offer you lower prices than those
o" At the Sign of the Golden
he Corner of Plain,
ll Farmers, Mechanics, Builders and Ho
e, ware, Pure Linseed Oil, White Lead, Pai
SHarness at rock bottom prices, by going in
IT STANDS ArI
---T HE LIGHT
COLUMBIA, S. C.
isal of my tralle
ly low prices in order to meet the times.
Suits for Weddings
w, Satin Lined, or without,'from $5 a
crew and Diagonal
rades and prices. Youths' Suits, Boys'
r Men, Youths and Boys are sold at a
, quality and low price. Myimmense
3s. I have on hand a large stock of
at reduced prices. My stock of
prices, and it will pay anyone tq come
way with happy bargains. I will send
archaser to examine before paying for
-Columbia, S. C.
SIngrains, Cotton Chains and Hemp
r the finest line of
FELT AND LINEN CRUMB
) TAPESTRY RUGS,
ad in this city.
alumbia Hotel Block, Columbia, S. C.
Y AND MUSIC PARLOR,
OLUMBIA, S. C.
e, Jeweler, Watchmaker & Silversmith.)
ronzes, Gold Watches, Silver Watches,
recious Stones, and every article made
se the most fastidious. The new Fall
Swatch for only $10.00.
shment a music department, in which
ight, Grand and Square Pianos, of which
Fischer, Grovenstein and Fuller in all
rgans of every description. Stringed and
al Findings. Send for descriptive cata
1. N. Richbourg, Main Street, Columbia,
buy my instruments outright and can
who have them on consignment.
Anville,on Main Street,
Columbia, S. C.
usekeepers can buy any article of Hard
nts, Glass, &c., also Buggies, Carriages,
person or ordering from
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Work this Company isnow Introdcing.
WITHOUT A PEE Ri
MECHANICAL CONsTRUCTION IT HAS
NO RIVA L. The new line Attachment that
are now inig placedwith eah"Domestic
These Attachments and the New Woodwork
make "Domestic" more than ever without
question, TH E A CKNOWLEDGED sTAND
ARD OF EIGEL LES CE.
FOR SALE BY
PROSPERITY, S. C.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory,
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Columbia & Greenville taPrcad
(ILUMBIA. S. C., July 19, 1885.
On and after Sunday, July 10,1885. the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith m
dicated upon this road and its branchC
Daily. except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave S. C. Jurction - 10.20 a M
" Columbia, C. G. Depot 10.45 a m
Arrive Aliston, - - - - 11.45 a m
a Newberry, 12.48 p m
" Ninety-Six, D . . - 2.03 p m
" Hodges, - - 3.05 p m
" Belton, . - - . 4.11 p m
Arrive Greenville, . - - - 535 p m
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 9.45 a m
Arrive Belton, - - 11.03 a m
** Hodges - . 1217 p m
" Ninety-Aiz, D - - - 1.10 p In
" Newberry, - - - 3.02 p m
" Alxton, - - 4.06 p m
Arrive Columbia, C. & G. Depot - 5.15 p In
Arrive ,3. C. Junction. . . . . . 5.30 p In
SPARTAMnURO, UNION k COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No. 63. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston. - - '- - 11.50 p M
Arrive Strother, - 12.37 p m
" Shelton, - 1.08 p m
" Santuc, , - - - - 1.50 p m
" Union, D - - 2.7 p m
" Jonesville, - - - 3.31 p m
Arrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. D. 4.40 p m
" " &D. D. . 4.50 p m
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R. & D. Depot, H 1105a m
" Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 11.25 a m
A rrive Jonesville, - - - 12.31 p m
I Union. D - - - 1.12 p m
" Santuc, - - - 1.59pm
" Shelton, - - 2 38 p m
" Strother, - - - 3.09 p m
Arrive at Alston. - . - 3 55 p m
BLUR RIDGZ RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton 4-15 p m
Arrive Anderson . . 4.47 p m
" Pendleton 5.25 p In
Leave Senesa S 6.10 p m
Arrive Walhalia 6.33 p m
Leave Walhalla - - 8.30 a m
Arrivo Senecad, . - 8 I0am
" Pendleton, - 938 a a
" Anderson, - - .0.22a m
Arrive at Belton. - - 10.57 a M
LeaveNewberry - 63p m
Arrive Laurens C. 6.3 pm
Leave Laurens C. H., - - 8,00 a m
Arrive Newberry, - 11.10a m
Leave Hodges, .- - - a 8.30 p m
Arrive at Abbeville, - - 4.3D p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 10.45 a m
Arrive at Hoges, - - - 11.46 m
Close connection is now made at Seneca
with E. & D. R. E. for Atlanta and beyond.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Auusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. E..& D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., E. & D. B. R., from At%
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. E., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad f or Charles
With Wilmington Columbia and Augusta
Railroad or Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
H. With A. & C. Div., E. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
G. R. TALCOT, Superintendent.
D CARDwsE.L, Aas't General Passenger Agt.,
Columbia. S. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmington, N. C., NOV. 15, 1885.
Charleston and Columbia and
Upper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - - 7.20 a m
"Lanes, - - - 8.34 a m
"Sumter, - - - 9.33 a mn
Arrive Columbia, - - 10.40 a m
" Winnsboro, - - .3.02 p m1
"Chester, - - - 4.15 p mn
"Yorkville, - - - 6.05 p in
" Lancaster, - - 7.21 p In
" Rock Hill, - - 4.56p m
-" Charlotte, N. C., - 6.05 p m
" Newberry, S. C., - 12.48 p m
" Greenwood, - - 2.42 p m
" Laurens, - - 6.30 p m
" Anderson, - - 4.47 p m
"Greenville, - - 5.35 p in
" Walhalla, - - 6.33 p mn
" Abbeville, - - 4.30 p m
" Spartanburg, - 4.40 p mn
"Hendersonville, N. C., 5.35 p in
Leave Hendersonville, N. C., 7.00 a in
"Spartanburg, - - 11.05 a mn
" A bbeville, - - 10 45 a m
" Walhalla, - - 8.30 a m
" Greenville, - - 9.45 a m
" Anderson, - - 10.22 a .m
" Laurens, - - 8.00 a mn
"Greenwood, - - 12.44 p in
" Newberry, - - 3.02 p m
"Charlotte, N. C., - 12.50 p in
"Rock Hill, - - 1.56 pin
" Lancaster, - - 7.00 a mn
" Yorkville, - - 12.1Op m
" Chester, - - 2.42 p m
"Winnsboro, - - 3.48 p m
" Columbia, - - 5.27 p m
Arrive Sumter, -- - 6.42 p m
" Lanes, - - - 7.45 p in
" Charleston, - - 9.10 p m
Solid Trains between Charleston and
Special Buff'et Cars attached to this
train. No extra charge for seat in these
ars to passengers holding First Class
T. M. EMEESON,
General Passenger Agent.
B. J. RAMAGE & SON
n one of the new store rooms of Crotwell &
McC.aghrin, a FRESH LINE OF DESIRABLE
GOODS, consisting of among other articles:
Choice brands of Bleached Goods, Drilling.
Shirting, Cottonades, 10* Sheeting, a nice
Muslin, Lonsdale Cambrics, Lawns, Nainsook,
Linen Table Cloths, Towels and Napkins, La
dies' and Gents' Shoes, Brogans. Please call
and examine. 5-28-17.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
PL AN TATION SUPPLIES
We have now in store, Ferris' Hams and
Breakfast Strips, C. C. C. Tennessee Hams,
Smoked Beef Hams and Ox Tongues, Bacon,
Lard and N. O. Molasses, Java, Lagnyra and
Rio Coffees, Finest Green and Oolong Tess,
Sugars of different brands, Kirk's Laundry
Soap and other brands. Also, a niee line of
Graniteware, Ewers, and Basins, etc., Glass
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and estimates made for railway lines.
Plans,. estimates and specifications fur
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TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
DATLD J uly 12th, 1885. Dai.y. Noily0
Lv. Wiimir.gton..........820 P. K. 1010?..
Lv. L.Waccamaw. ........9y42 " 111
Lv. Marion....... -----.......1116 " 40 A.x.
Arrive Florence............1225 " 115
" Sumter...... ....434A. . 434
Columbia........ 40 " 640
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No. 43 No.47.
Lv. Columbia ................ . 955P.M.
Arrive Sumter................ 1155 "
Leave Florence.............. 4 30 P N. 5 07 A. X
Lv. Marion...... .......514 " 553 "
Lv. L. waccamaw ..............714 " 744 "
Ar. Wilmington..............833 " 907 "
Train No. 43 stops at all Stations.
Nos. 48 and 47 stops only at Brinkley9a
WhitevUle, Lake Waccamaw. Fali BliA,
Nichols, Marion, Pee Dee, Florence. Timions.
ville, Lynchburg, Mayesville, Sumter, Wedge
field, Camden Junction and Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on
C. & G. R. E., C , C. & A. R. R. Stations, Aiken
Junction, and all points beyond, should take
No. 48 Night-Express.
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Sav&nxah
and for Augusta on train 48.
Passengers on 40 can take 48 traiafom In.
rence for Columbia, Augusta and Georgia
point a via Columbia.
All trains run solid between Charleston and
JOHN F. DTVINE.
T. M. EMEESON, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
South Carolina Railway Company.
COMMEKCING SUNDAY, NOV. 29 180,
O 6.05 A. M., Passenger Trains Will rn As
follows, "Eastern time:"
TO AND rROM CHARLESTON.
Depart Columbia at...7.3 a m t7 p m
Due Charleston .........12.18 pm 9.Wp1 I
Depart Charleston...... 7.2Dam IO pm
Due Columbia.. . .10.40 a m 10.00 pm -
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAT.)
Depart Columbia. .7.30 a. m. 5.05 p m 5.27p M
Due Camden......21.47 p m. 7.42 p m 7.S p m
WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Depart Camden.....6.50 a m 6.50 a 3.6 Pm
Due Columbia.....9.15 A m 10.40 a m 10.*p m -
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbla.....- 5 27p
Due Augusta............ 10.30 p w,
Depart Augusta....... 4 pm
Due Columbia. .10.-0pm -
Made atColumbia with Columbia-land Green
ville Raiload by train arriving at Z0.0'.
and departing at 5.27 P. 3. At Columbia
Junction with Charlotte. Columbia and Au
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all points on both roads.
Passeers by these trains take Supper at
At Charleston with Steamers for New York;
and on Tuesdays and Fr idays with Stamer
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points in Florida.
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South. At Blackville to and from:poiats on
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purchased to aUl points South and West,.b-..
appl cQUEEN, Agent, Colaimbi.
JOHN B. PECK, General Matager.
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