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MIR. AN!lEL WILL NOT RUN.
An Unfouuded Raunor that 11e will Move
to Pickoeus and Run for Uongress.
(Greenville Mountaineer.)
The Groenwood correspondent of
the Columbia Stato writes as fol
lows:
"An interesting political rumor is
afloat hero. It is to the effect that
Solicitor Ansel will move from Green
villotto Pickens, so as to got into the
Third district, and will make the raco
for Congros.s against Ropresontativo
Latimor next summer. Mr. Ansel
stated some time ago that he would
not bo a candidate for ro-olection to
t he oflico of solicitor, and there was
a rumor that he would resign before
tho expiration of his term of office,
but ho has not confirmed this. Mr.
Latimor has heard the rumor that
Air. Ansel would bo in the race
against him, and during his recent
visit here was making inquiries as to
Mr. Ansol's popularity and strength
in thi} county, etc. Repsesontativo
Verne:, of Oconoo, is understood to
be in training for the race also."
This interesting political rumor,
like a good many others that are
afloat, is altogether erroneous and
without. the slightest foundation. We
have it from the best authority that
Solicitor Ansol has never entertain
ed tho idea of moving to Pickens,
and he says that the only way to got
him in the field as a candidate for
Congress from the Third district is
to have a redistricting that will place
Greenville in that district, when he
might consider the matter, bat he
does not propose to leave Greenville
take up his abode elsewhere. It is
true that Mr. Ansel will decline to
run for solicitor again, but he will
servo out his term of office, which
does not expire until January, 1901.
Mr. Latimer nood not make an%
further inquiry as to the populatrit)
and influence of Mr. Ansel in the
Third district, and he can turn a
calcium light upon Oconee and
Newberry, and possibly Abbeville.
By the way, a citizen of Newborr
County has written to Mr. Ansel it
regard to his becoming a candidate
for Congress, and was ready to
pledge his support.
AN-EL WILL NOT RUN IN THE THIRD
DISTRICT.
Congressman attmor May Smile Again
The Solicitor will Serve Out Hils
Term of omet.e.
(Special to the State.)
UL Gre envillo, Aug. 23.-The inter
esting political rumor reported b3
your corr.esp)ondent from Greenwood,
in regard to Solicitor Ansel, is alto.
gether erroneous and without foun.
dlation. I have it from the best an
tl<. r-ity' that Solicdur Ansel has novel
entertained the idea of moving tI
Pickons, and lie says that the onl)
way to get him in tile field as a can
didate for Congress from the thirc
district is to have a redistricting tham
will place Greenville in that district,
whe~ lie might consider the matter.
but ho does not propose to leavt
Greenville to take up his abode else
where. It is true that Mr. Anso
will decline to run for solicitor again.
b)ut he wvill serve out his term of of
lice, which does not expire until
January, 1901. Mr. Latimer nee
not make any further inquiry as to
the popularity and influence of Mr.
.A nsel in the third district, and be
can turn a calcium light upon O.to
neo and Newberry, and possibly Ab
boville. By the way, a citizen of
Newvborry County has written to Mr.
Ansel in regard to his becoming s
candidate for Congress, and was read3
to pledge his supjport.
Elms.
Half Fare Excursion to PhIIileiphia ani,
JReturn b)y the st-aboard Air- Line,
Nickinamzedi "The Line of
the People."
Theree will be sp)eed, cheapness, com
fort and elegance via the Seaboard A ir
Line, nicknatmed-'"Thei Line of the
People."
The journey will be made on the SolIW
Vestibuled S. A. L. Express and the Alt
lianta Special.
.Huy your tickots from any Seaboa, d
Air Line Agent either September 1st,
2nd or. 3rd,--thiese tickets good for re
turn until midnight of Septem1erci
13th, or If you choose, until Septembi,
:30th, upfonl deposit of tickets with i he
Joint Agent at l'hiladelphia.
The Quaker- Cit,y w'ill be unusually
festive with the G;. A. R.. parade in fuill
swing.
D)o not forget that one of the chief
pleasures to a plerson who has taken the
Seaboard Air Line, nicknamed"Thle
Line of the People," is the conscious
ness, that ho or. she has made no is
POIyTI,Itl O 1 MOSQUITOEs.
Tlho Male an Amiablo Musician, but the
Feplale Is Bloodthirety.
(Ainsloy's Magazine.)
When a man bears for the first
time that it is the femalo mosquito
that does r11 the biting, it makes him
fool right glad. Further comfmt is
afforded by the knowledge that the
malo mosquito has probably the koon
est musical sensibilities of any of
his class of insects. He has quite a
brush of hairs on his autonno, and
with them he hoars. Mayor stuck
one of his kind on a'giass plate and
sounded tuning forks about. When
one tono was made certain hairs
would vibrato, while all the others
wore still. Another tone would start
another set to vibrating, and so on.
Also, if the tuning fork were at one
side of the 'nosquito, the hairs on
the antonno trembled most violently,
so that when the male hoars-or ra
thor feels-the voice of his beloved
in one antenu he whools about so
that vibration is equal in both and
flies straight to meet her.
That is about all there is in the
male mosquito, though, except that
he cannot bite for the sufliciont rea
son that he has no apparatus with
which to saw through t o skin. So
to speak, he has the pumps but no
drill. But the female is thoroughly
oquipped to get through a politician's
hide. The only mystery is what.
possesses her to want to bite at all.
How does she come by her hanker
ing for blood. The scientists give it
up. If she laid her egg in the
wound, like the carrion fly, it would
be easy to answer the question, but
she doesn't. If she stung to defend
herself, like the wasp, it would be
easy. It must be her brutal passion
for blood that prompts her to attack
helpless human beings. She cannot
got this craving by inheritance, for
the chances are that none of her an
costors as far back as William the
Conqueror over had taste for human
blood, and yet sit on your front stoop
of an evening and a mosquito, not
half an hour out of the water, will
make as straight for you as if she
had been born for that purpose.
When one thinks of the great clouds
of these torments that live and die in
swamps whore no wtrm blooded ani
mal over comes, for fear of being
mired, one can easily believe the es
timates of etomnologists that not. one
in a million ever samples red blood.
Thoy Will Kick.
We sometimes put on a long face
aind look as though we hadn't a
friend in the wvorld, just bocause
seome has found fault wvith something
they sawv in our p)aper. But wvh3
feel so badly over "sp)illed milk ?"
The merchant doesn't lease all his
customers; the postmaster, too, is
kicked and cussed because he
makes mistakes; the station agent is
frequently backed up in a corner by
some old woman and given to under
stand this and that and numerous
other things; the barber is censured
for his dull' razor; the baker is ac
dused of fraud, seome people declare
ho puts too much wind in his bread;
the butcher is forever reminded of
his tough moat; the grocer charges
poor accounts to good customers so
as to "even up," and even the
preacher finids it hard work to please
ill his congregation with his best
sermon. T1hie only good person is
the one who is (doing the kicking.
A Girl's Idiea of inoys.
At an examination in a certain
school for girls an essay on "Bloys"
was ordered written, and this wvas
one of the compositions:
"The boy is not an animal, yet he
c'an be heard to a considerable dis
tance. When a boy hollers he opens
his mouth like a frog, but girls hold
their tongue till they are spoke to,
and they answer respetable, and
tell just how it was. A boy thinks
he is clever because he can wade
where it is do0op, but God made the
dry land for every living thing. and
reste(d on the seventh day. WVhen
the boy grows up lhe's called a lhus
band and stays out nights, but the
grown up girl is a wVidow and keeps
house.'
OnoDose
Tlshe story. When your head
Saches, andI( you feel bilious, consti
pated, andl out of tune, w. ith your
stomachm sour and no appetite, just
b)uy a package of
IHood's Pills
And take a (lose, from 1 to 4 pills.
You will bec surp,rised ait how easily
they will do~ thmeir work, eure your
headlacho and1( hilIlousness, rouso the,
livcr and miake you feel happy again.
The Wisdom of Vatok
(News and Courier.)
"Two thousand one hundred and for
ty-six years ago," says Mr. A. A. Pit
tuck, of Dallas, Texas, in a paper road
before the Texas State Farmers' Con
votion, last month, "the Roman Sen
ate, then the grandest political asso:n
bly in the world, was engaged in dus
cussing great questions of political
economy. Cato, the Wise, waj on
gaged at the same time in harvesting a
crop of barley and lentils on lils Sabine
farm. At the t:loso of a porplexing do
bate in the Senate a special committeo
was appointed to wait on him and ask
him to furnish the Senate with an ans
wer to the qjuestion under discussion:
'What is the surest means of enriching
a Nation?' Ills reply stands today as a
model of Roman terseness and wis
dom. It was rendered in two words,
'Feeding cattle.'
A little more than twenty-one ceu
turies later, the same authority adds,
the Farmers' Club, of the American
Institute, at that time the highest agri
cultural authority in this country, ap
pointed a committee to report three
months later its views as to the most
permanently profitable system of farm
ing. It reuorted that "the most per
manently profitable system is that
wherein the products of the soil are
consumed on the soil where they are
grown." This answer, Mr. P'ittuck
says, is "identical in substance with
that given by Cato. What was true
in Rome two thousand years ago, is
true in America now, and throughout
the civilized world, today, the most
prosperous agricultural communities
are those where stock farming in some
of its branches predominates." Texas
agriculture will never prosper as it
ought, he says, "until this great fact
is fully recognized and put into prac
tice." And then this instructivo and
suggestive statement with regard to
the neglect of the immensely valuable
opportunity presented by a single im
portant product of the State is pre
sented.
ItN Us,.
[Spare Moments.]
Two Irigh reserve men, who wont
into a hatter's to buy a hat, wore do
lighted with the sample shown then,
inside the crown of which was insert
od a looking glass.
"What is this glass for?" said
Pat.
Mike, impatient at the display at
such ignorance, exclaimed:
"What for? Why for the mian
who buys it to see how it fits him!"
In the War
Comrade S. H. Burtis
of Lewiston. Ill., hand some Lhrillinxg ex
p orlences, but nonie seemecd more dazngerous
than thoso of his Iato heart,trouble. lie says:
"I had severe palpitation of the heart
for years. My pysicians said I
was liable to drop ded any moment.
Pulsation at times would be 150 a min
site ianrd I could scarcely breathe. I
grew worse under doctor's care and
bgntaking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
It gave me prompt relief, and today I
am in good health."
DR. MILES'
H eart
Cure
is sold by all druggists on guarantee
first bottle benents or mioney back.
IBookc on heart and nerves sont free,
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, lnd.
AMERICA'S REPR tmL.N AITIVk
FASHION MAGAZINIi
THEf DESIGNER'
Published flonthly
wiTil HANDSOME
COLORED PLATES.
ALSO IL.LUSTRATES I
THlE CELEBRATD..
Standard Patterns
The only reliable patterns, because
they allow seams.
Subscription Price: $1.00 a year,
I 0 cents for singile ''pes.
CANVASSERS WANTED FOR THIS
PUBLICAT'ION.
Liberal cash commIssion. Write for
sample copy and terms to Subscrip
lion Department,
THiE D~S1GNLERI,
p fldf Minute Romance.
[Chicago Tribune.]
The little boy sat on the park
bonch and swung hic foot,.
"I'll tell you my namo if you'll
toll me yours," ho said.
"Well, what is it?" said the little
girl.
"Loiniy Kishow. What's yours?"
"Ollio Wright."
And sho dug her fairy little toes
in the sand and waited.
Her Little Joke.
(Chicago Nows.)
"Your father's cane," groaned the
lover, "came down on me with such
rapidity that I thought a cyclouo had
struck me."
"Well, it was a hurry.cane," von
tured the swoot girl.
"Little Strokes
Fell Great Oaks."
The giants of the forest must yield at
last to the continual Hosws of the <woods-.
mnan. When the human blood has become
clogged and impure the little drops of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, properly taken, <will
fell the oak of bad blood.
From Maker Direct to Purchaser.
A Good ;
Piano
will last a
lifetimet
S j ' oymnait. t
A Poor Piano
05 willllast afe W 1
- years a n dt
give endless
The vexaion.
Mathushek U
IIs always Good, always Iteiable, N
t always i atist'aetory, always Last
in"g. You take no chances in buy
l in g it..
1 It costs sotuewhat more than a
chrp, poon pi<no, but is much the
-v rchrriprt In t he end.
ltia Noother HhIth Gradc Planosold so
reasonablo. Fattiaory prices to retail
buyers. Easy payments. Writeue.
tLUDDEN& BATES,iy
sava nnah, Ga., u New York City.
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD
H. C. BEATTIE, Receiver.
Earective alay 2, 1897.
Between A nderson and Walhalla.
EASTIlOUNU. WESTIiOUN),
Mixed. Mixed.
No. 12. Slt tons. No. .Y
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At. 10 410 amt......... envor.......... 31 56 p
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Ar 1n022 am.......Pendltn.......L 4 iI4 t)m
A r 10 13 am.....Cherr'i Crossinig-.... v 4 23 pm
A r 10 07 am......Aamts Crossing....L y1 29 pmn
A r 941) am .........8--n-cata....... Lv 4 47 Pin
At r 9 25 am......West Un ion ....Lv 5 I1 pit
A r 9120 amt........aihalla-......Lv 5 17 pam
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CIonnt.ions ati.8etten wit it So. It. It. No. I1,
At. Atndersont with Ho. Itallway Nos. I1 awitl 12
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Condetnsed s.Ichcl lit Effeot
.lne 11th, 1l93.
STATrIONs. L a ai
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80,tit 87a 8 oA.w adO ivio tdnoiar
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similating ltheFood attdReguta
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Promote Digestion,Cheerful
ness and Rest.Contains neither
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Florida Central & Peninsular
Time Table in Etrect June 11, '8.
Leave Nowbor y ..................... p
Arrive Conm 1h1t......................3 30 pm
No. 33. No.3i.
Lv. Col unublat...........11 3ipm 7a
(Eastern Time.)
L v. Co nbla .............10 35am 12 7a
(Central 'lito.)
.v D)enmark ..............1210pm
Lv Fairfax... .............12 55ui 3 (12pm
Lv avannat h.............. 3 7pm,5t6al
A r irunsw lek ........... 6 05pm .
A r .Jacksonylile......... 7 10p 1101a
Lv .Jaclksonville......... 8 UUpmll 9 Mull
Ar Lake City ............. 11 p
Ar Live Oak .............. Ip l
Ar Tallalas.e .........
Ar liver Junctio . 25..1
Ar Mobile................ . 3 0711:11
Ar Now Orien'......... 7
Ar Waldo ................11 50m1 1Ia:ant
Ar Gainesvll le ........... 12 pin
Ar Co ar lie. s ........ 2,
Ar Ocah1. .................... 1 '5at1 1 .plu ;
A r % ildwood ......... 2 lan 2 32p11t
Ar Orlando .......... ..... 8 2aam p
A ' T li .................. ..3.. . 5 3301)311
NORTH BLOUND1.
N ,o. 31. No. 311.
l.v 'I'atna ..........86 LUOpl t Wi Ia.
l.v Urlluule .............. 639)111 8 2 )ama
Lv Wiiwood......12 $l 10 47mt
L,v Ceder Key ........ 7 lta1tI1
L,v 3alaesville ....... 12 532piu
A' \V .................. 5 Sa I "17an
I.V'11'tlalt.'3s8ce .......1 "I3psui
l.v 1.Iv.:~ Oak ........4 13pma
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Lv .J:wiks oville...8 V01i11 7 "i5pa
Lv Iruswick.........5 30a 8 55a
Ar Havtnah al..........'211)la 11 6Uil
l.v Stvnluah ........ 12 ;5p1aa11 It Ipnl
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Ar N~.vorry 525pmi
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lotte A) JacksolvapIn
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No.SEv . 3.r. o.30
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Bears the
Signature
of
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Use
For Over
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SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Central Time Between Columbia and Jack
sonville. Eastern Time Bletween Co
lumlbla and Other PoInta.
Effective Juno 11th, 1890.
Northbound. No. 341No. 3d
")ally. Daily.
Lv. .'villo, F.C.&P.1y.......... 8 20 a 7 45 p
Savannah.................... 12 151p 11 511
Ar. C,h uihiu ................... 4 38 p 4 30 a
Lv. t'IICi+,Iton, ,no. liy.......... 7 ( a 5 t0 p
Sumn wu.rvil..................... 7 41 a 0 09p
Bran hlvi+lo .... ................ 8 5 ia 7 5u
Oran; 1 r .................... f 2:1 8 24 r
Kingvil:e ................... 10 15a t 20 r
A r. COtunihin..................... I 0( a 10 10 1
U.~A u "st:a, St. It . .. .:. . _. 2 40 p 9 30 p
" ( :ulievil:.. ................ 3 11 i 10 15p
". A i n. ...................... 2 50 p ........t I . . . .. . .. . . .. 3 ; 1 O
"T13 n................. 3 ;t p 11 00p
" . hI st Sn ............. ...... 3 4:1 11 20 r
Ar. u n ii l; n. do1.'t......... 5 2 1p 2 10 A
Lv ( ':i :l3)anl'g t...... 5 45 P 5 5: a
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"New York................... 2 031 p 6 23sa
Sout h. boun1 d. N. 3N.3
Lv. New Y rik, Pa.1J1...........3 (00p 1215i
" 'hi nI :0pia........5 ;4 p it rs s
" Pakium... .. ............. 7 55p 6 2'2*
Lv. lichmoml .......... ...... .. 11 00p 12 01r
Lv. Danuviuie...................4 15 ai 6 3)2
" (Charloltte .................. 8 15a~ 10 20 p
" Ches;ter.................... 9 :15a i1 4:ip
" \3Vin)harl..~J............ 10 2l a 12:03 a
Ar Col'ina11 lnd'. s......1 :15 a~ 1:1
".l(,hn1s10ons....................1 1 p 6 s
Ar. A\:.,e ..
in gi ol - . . . .. . . . . . N p 7 ,
Orang hus- -..... ...... .. 5 !!3p 8 2:32
Ilranchvji.h.......................1tri p 8 i: a
Ar. Chaleston---..--.... 1 11 U')A
Lv. go'Iaj . Ie'.(.&P.ily....... 10 1.> 12 .7 a
Excelh-ntI. daily P''~'4l nsnge'r ser'vic ot ewoo:r
Nos. 133 amil 3-1--New~ York and Florida Ex.
Augsta 2)nd( New Xork.
P'ull man10 draw'ing roo1in slee(ping cars het weet
Taion, JTacksonvillJo, bavaonah, WVashingl on
antd Neow Yorlk.
Nos.3.)'>( and -U. S. i'j-,(. Mafil. Trhrough
Pullnan draw'l4ing ronin huffett sleeping carslo.. ,.
tween Jac0kson1)ville and New York'1 and1( P'l .
11n11n slein13g clars" bot weeni .Augtusta anbd CThar
lot to. 1) linIg ('ars searve all mea(q 5 lI'nrou(3
Puihnan sleep')ing earl's bet')ween Jnelkoilo j'
and1 CoIunihin, (enroutlle daily 101~'1'I betweeak
conIville and3( C2incinna11ti, via Ashevillo.
FIRANK S. (4ANNON, J1. M. CUL,
Third1 V-P. & Gon. Mgr. T. M., Washin,gton,
W. A. TUlRK, S. HI. H AlIDW ICK,
(I. P. A.. Washingtoni. A. (A. P. A., Atlanta.
rOLUM BIA, NEFRPER RY & LAU RENS
'...RAI LROAD. . ie Tabl i.1nI)( 1 (3rect .in y
3, 18)9. ECastrni 6 dard TI'ime.
Southbound. 3). Northbound.
F"'gt. 1)'y eng'r 01ng'r l)'Iy F'gt.
A.31. P.M. PM. P'M. A.M1 AM
ST ATIO0NS.
7 C0 Lv'Cha rIeston A r 8 09
9 40) mterI ' Lv 5 1.3
600 700 1:3 Lv 1,auroe Ar 125 -i139 'I:h
613) '110 1 4)'' Parks A:' 115 -(2') l'u-:
6 15 7 4-)1 1 ..Cllnbon.. 13:1 i t :
7 (3 758 2(32 GoldviIle 1250 :3:1 9171
7 hi H 10 21)00 ,.Klnna'd. 1g.g32.: :12,
7 2 81I8 211 ...(Aary... 12138 3:1ii7,
7:1) 825 2 Il ..Jalap.. 12:,., 30 .
8 0) 8 50 2:12 NeWherr'Iy 1223) 2
8 30 (3 1:1 2 -17 Pr'os1 terl y 12 107 2 I5
8 60 1) ') 2 57 ....8lighz.... 11 6X 1 5
9333)9 *30 302 Ld Mounai 1)1 l 1 55 I in
11:30 1')) 1n 3 18 liitonl II I. I 27
93:(' .)j 3 321 White itockc 11:17 122
0 -10 1' 16 :126 JliloInlinb 11 32 I 1i
10 0! 101) :1:1 5....Irm0.... 11I21 IIn)
11, 10 'o ' 1 3 -(2 ..fLeapha3rt. II 17 I":U
I i Nwherr 't
IPr3oseIty 7 23
Little Moun)t'n) 14 43
(.hapin3 31 20
Whit It ock 6 '.31
1liniet)ine~ 5 45
13rmo3 5 23
1.ea pha rlt. 5 03i1
I v' 33 um)fbia 1 1-,
3 00 A 3GreenmvilIIeLY 1230
5 1) Agua 'P11331 333
(lo 0 (1onIectior " t .'nartanburg for th31 -
'It3ti,innorn 1 . A VK A OI,o.
4 S.A. *
TO ALL POINTS
North, South and Southwest.
Schedule in effect Dee. 11, 1898.
SOUT1iOUND. No. 403. No. 41.
Lv Now York, via Penn. R.B1.*11 00 an *900 pin
" Vashington..................... 4 40 pin 4 80 am
Rithmond.......................... 9 00 pin 9 06 "
Lv P'ortsmoutti " " " 8 45 pn 9 20 aim
A r Wol(lon, via 8. A. I......... 11 10 1)111 50 Ji0am
Ar Henderson. " ........*12 57 tn l o j n1
Raleigh " ..... *2 16 u in 3 34 pm
Southern Pines " ... 423 51(8 pim
Hamlet, ......... 5 7 " 653
Wlinlington.................... 12(5
Monroe ............... 6.13 9 12 "
Ar Charlotte, via S. A. I...... *7 50 " 10 pln
" Chester, vin 8. A. L.......... 8 08 am IC 5') pllm
Greenwood ' ........, 10 > " 1 07 am,
Alhens 4 13 pm 3 43 am
" Atlanta, 8. A. L. (Untonl 3 0 2
Depot) (Central Tinme) 3
Lv Newberry *7 50 P n
ArClinton " .......... 930j1im 1(7
NOtTIIIIOUN1) No. 10'2. No. :i.
Lv A Ilnnai, (Cent ran Tine) *I 00 pm 'H (0In
Ar Athens . . : :G 1)1n1 11 1ll pim
" (roe v oo(1 " ...... 5 11 I " 2 t 3nln
'" Cetter '....7 53 '4 2.)
Ar Monr, via S. A. I....... *931 pm 5 55
ArChiar lotte, via S. A. I......*10'2. pin '7 512
" .llamitlet ............................. 11l 15 " 7 45
Ar W 1in ingon .................. '205 pin
Southern 1'inr"............ 12 (-s itm 910 n n
Ar Italeigh, via S. A.1L ....... *2 11 1n 1 18 amn
S Ilend(eisol., '" .......... 3 28 am1 12 50 .lm
A r Weldr n, Vit S. A. I...,..... - 5 nut 250 put
Ar z'ortsi.outhl ...... 7 ...i am 529 "
'chlit mont1.......A.C . .... . 8 45 " 7 12
Wtashingt'n,v ii'eit. a.It. 12 31 1im 11 lu
" New York, " ". " *l 23 " *6). Int
Lv Cl.ntton ........ 2 1i 116 301611
Ar Newber.ty 2 S1 pmt i 0 nm
* U'Iy. f D'ly, ex. Sunday.
Nos. 403 n(1 40..-"The Atlanta Special,"
Solid Vestibule Train) of Puitnmtat Sleeperr
and Conches between Washington nid At
ltntn, also i'ull11at1 Sleepers between Ports.
miouth an1il Chest(er. 8. U.
No. -11 and 38.-"I lit 8. A. L. Expreaa,"
hol'i 'Traan, Conch"es and PIullinan Sleepers
between 'or'tsittouth 1111(1 A tlanta. Cotmpaty
Sleepers bet ween Colutbin and At lanta.
I1 th Iratns tunke Immediate connectlon sit
Atlanta for loltigonery, Iobile, Now Or
lentis, Texa Californita, Mexico, Chatta
nooga, Nttshville, 51olmphis, Maceen, Floria.
For Tickets, Siceepert, ani1( Informat Ion, ap1
ply to A gents, er W. 11. (lenent, ( P. A., or
Joseph M . irow n, Gen. Agt,., Pass. Dep't.
Atlanta Ga.
E. Sr. JOH N, Vice-Pres. an(I Gen' l Manager
V E. IcI3E., Uom') St1)perinteitdent.
if. W. it. (ILOVElR, T1raffio Mlnmager.
L. S. A1.,. EN, Gen'1 Passenger Agent.
(ENBitAL OErICES: 'OIIT8MOUTH1, VA.
THE ( 1 A ItLl:fNTON 1,NE.
4OUTi CAROLINA & GEORGIA It It t o
Tiitte Table in rtlet Jitn. 1, 1a99
(astbound- 1Illy .)
t,v Columbia ...1 111
r oIrutchylle................... i 5 $t11
bv liranchville..................... .05 ain
Ir Charleston ........................ 1 J W ii
(.v Column bia ............. 1 51 1
\Ir Chttrieston......................... 8 17 pin
I We'mb(I)t21121.)
,v Charlaton........................ 7 0h am
tr ColhaiIa 1.......................... 11011
'.v Challeston ........................ 5 0 1)1
.\r Ia'n:chvillo........................7 3 1)1
I.v iiranchvll......................7 to Im
\r Colutiat ..........................It) i8 put
NORT11I CAROI.INA DIlVIION.
I.v ('(2e lamt'ia .....................11 .0aa1..1 :1 55 pin
,1r C'ainl.en.......................11 40 11nt IU :W pm1
1.v C111ien ...... ................ i to1 atmt
.\rL lteln.tl...................... 1 '2' 1222)
IiiJ2~kli,tt1 .............00551a2 n
voakvtl...............II052aJu
AL';USrA )1 00anoN
(Istheund-lii hi....y....'.7eptinll(y.121
Ir Iar it..........................611240 7t dl 30
by C) nu Iii a ..................... 0 .0 222 12 0 )2
.\ A. nesterI........................2 223)i1
Ca2 At .w.ha............................ 142 p
1Al ' ilen ,....,.......... ...........15 in )
Y otR v oule ................,. ) 3 i
2Sh'Ieby............ A......42 i
M 'rrio (.................... .. 6 62 m
I~i 2~)22 i Xi~(W.it 212 bolt t e.
by .at rion~22 fo ........... ......... (,'10 tta e
iteks bt tit vi g.....................12 5a
I .. A. 1'i............... . .'i 122I2 pn'
.i'nflOStou bai .Wu s...........1 Caoii h m
L an ugu t r....................... Li2 ne.
.22 Ia ntgttn ................ . I 121 1 '10 4 li
Ar o l 12.............6p i) i tt
(2 letil SII Iigs.'ppii
81l~tt21...6 :~aat il
AU(t2e~II iST iti.6\' ittN
hv Co tmb l ................ 2.. P iti a 5p
'2 r I N I i . 'eh ill .............8 20 a 2 i
v A 11 1111 ggsa............... kIl 202n2 3 41 pm i
.-. (li 1.2n i g.. 1..... X(2 a m221 .!t
1 ir .22c1hlilt : e ............. 1212)a 7 2)31 p
\ A C 121mb i a....,,. 7.......1 0n 0t 0 22m2
ATElRS t Ugt 'sTA A p 2) wsiiNo10 1 ,2
(Nortalhibou' 1d .)
N (Southbot7n3l)22
:. __ Den ma k..... . ..................
SrA I k n ...................................2 2 1
VI' 22u ux t ....... ................ 't 212
11 NFOlo2;... .\T..1 ..21'' 55'nm 22
11riin2a 12l11 ina 101...... )1) 7 i an 2
we< 2harleinn atal q()i train2 11(
1.( 22 w 22. n Llii tniblnA, tg21ci11n li1122n so1212
L12)2I~ . A. M..IElt ON,'211'rnf lI wIy,[222
AISlll3 t kIlltI IoSa rtI artv la (R 1 kas
Schedule2t1 in121 E2tlfeeJly23,181

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