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THUS. J. ADAM S, . . ? ? ? EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28,1897.
No part of Greece is forty miles
from the sea nor ten mileB from
- The floods in th? Sonth are all
subsiding, and men are at work in
New Orleans and other ports of
Mrs U. S. Grant will soon publish
a book of memoirs in which she
will relate many incidents in the
lifo of herself and her husband.
It has been definitely settled by
President McKinley that Gen.
Hampton is to retain his position
as United States Railroad Com
The historic vesture worn by the
late Judge A. P. Aldrich when he
laid aside his "unstained ermine"
at the command* of a military
officer is to be placed in the cus
tody of the Daughters of the Conj
federacy in Columbia.
Every true South Carolinian will
be pleased to learn that Gen Wade
Hampton will be continued in
office as Commissioner of Railroads
by Mr/McKinley. We hope to see
the grand old man continued in
office the remainder of his days.
Judge Benet has been unanimous
ly over ruled by the State Supreme
Court in the matter of ruling
several prominent Charleston attor
neys for contempt of court in carry
ing the Palmetto Brewery caBe into
the United States Court.
The Coosaw Company, the leading
phosphate mining company in the
State, has decided to quit the busi
ness owing to differences with the
phosphate Commission about the
royalty to be paid. One thousand
men will be thrown out of employ
The other day Bob Ingersoll,
the infidel, remarked that in his
opinion Mr. Moody, the evangelstj
was "a sincere and good man.')
To this Mr. Moody replied, "Mr.
Ingersoll was a "man of many
splendid qualities." The millenium
must be-just beyond the curve.
Poor Greece 1 The war will be
over in a few days from all indi?
unanimously in favor of the land
of Leonidas, but in war sympathy
must be practical to do any good.
Both the Greeks and Turks ar?
poor marksmen. In a battle in
which it is reported 50,000 men
were engaged, the list of casualties
numbered but 300 killed and
wounded in a battle that lasted all
day. That would not have been
more than unimportant skirmish
during the late war.
Osman Digna, the Turkish gen
eral who achieved so much fame
for himself in the Turkish Russian
war has been put in command of !
the Turkish troops ; the Turks are
great soldiers, incomparable in bat
tle savage and brutal. Their re
ligion teaches that he who dies in
battle goes straight to paradise,
and they believe implicitly in this
teaching of Mahomet.
Mrs Elizabeth R. Tilton, wife
of Henry Ward Beecher's accuser,
has died at her home in Brooklyn,
where she has been living in s edu.
sion. Theodore Tilton, her hus
band, is in Paris, where he has
lived ever since the famous
Beecher trial. For a long time
Mrs Tilton was almost totally
blind. Her death was caused by
Captain Evan P. Howell comes
out of the Atlanta Constitution
with $100,000. The Waycioss
Herald declares that "a man with
that much money is a fool to stay
in the paper business." Herald
evidently agrees with the man who
when told he could have the Char
lestonjhotel for $80,000, exclaimed :
"If I had $80,000, what the thunder
would I want with a hotel?"
In speaking of the Talbert
Chartfield contest about a week
ago a prominent republican who
claims to be behind the curtain,
said to us : "Talbert is bound to
be unseated-ther's no doubt of
that." On the strength of what he
made the assertion we could not
learn; of course Congressman
Talbert has on divers occasions
exposed in most emphatic lan
guage the corruption of the re
publican party, and if he loses his
seat it will be spite work and high
THE RECEDING (?) WATERS.
The distressing floods and river
overflows in the Mississippi valley
continue. While in a few cases
the water is still rising, the situa
tion, in genera], is slightly im
proved. By heroic effort the levees
have been kept intact below Vicks
burg. The chief damage has been
done south of Cairo, but much
loss is reported along tributary
streams, partcularly the Missouri
river. About Omaha much of the
country is submerged and the lower
portions of the city are in danger
At Bismark, N. D., an ice gorge
formed at the railroad bridge, flood
ing the town of Mandan. The
greatest amount of damage will be
done m Mississippi where 18,500
farms, containing 2,000,000 acres
and representing $42,000,000, are
submerged. Arkansas comes nex
with 10,000 farms containing 1,000
000, acres worth $14,000,000. In
Missouri there are 5300 submerged
farms valued at $7,259,000. Tennes
see, Arkansas and Louisiana have
large overflowed areas of cultivated
and uncultivated territory. The
entire flooded district, covers about
16,000 square miles or over 10,112,
000 acres. This area last year
pr- aced 370,000 bales of cotton
va ed at $13,000,000, 11,000,000
buouels of corn worth $3,400,000
and wheat oats.potatoes and hay
worth over $8,000,000. Just what
effect the overflow will have on this
year's crop depends on the length
of its continuance. Many fear tb.6
water will not recede in time for
planting and if such should be the
case much distress and permanent
loss will result. The most valuable
part of the crop is raised in the
Yazoo valley in Mississsppi. In
addition to the loss of baled cotton,
stored grain, houses and barns,
much live stock has perished. A
number of negroes have been
drowned but the list of fatalities
is not a long one,
A NEGLECTED LAW.
Section 267 of the revised
Statutes requires that:
Any person, company or cor
poration commencing any bus.
ne88 in any County of this State
after the first day of January in
any year, the capital or personal
property employed in which shall
not have l>een previously listed for
taxation in said County for such
year, sh all, within thirty days af
ter commencing such business, re
port to the Auditor of the County,
under oath, the average amouut of
the capital intended to be employ
ed in snch business from the time
of its commencement to the first
day of January next ensuing.
Section 269, prescribes the pen
alty for a failure to make such re
turn as follows :
If any per Bon, company or cor
poration shall commence any
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erty employed in which shall not
have been, previously listed for
taxation in said Lounty, and shall
not, within thirty days thereafter
make such report to the Auditor
of said County as is required in
Section 267, he or they ' shall for
feit and pay the sum of one hund
red dollars, which shall be collect
ed, by civil action, in the name of
the County Supervisor, and paid
int iie County treasury for the
exe sive benfit of the County.
\ 'ire advised by the proper
authorities that under such returns
the law have not heretofore been
enforced in Edgefield County but
that they will be from this date
henceforth. A word to the wise is
We clip he following from one
of our exchanges: Chief Justice
Fuller has granted an order res
training the further organization
of Bamburg County on the ground
that the State law confining the
vote on new counties to the popu
lation included in the area pro
posed to be cut off, instead of al
lowing a*l the voters of the county
to vote, is contrary to the Consttu
tion of the United States. The
order is made of force until the
question can be heard on its merits.
It is not stated what pro
vision of the Constitution of the
United States is violated by the
State law referred to, and we can
recall none at this time with which
that law is even seemingly in con
flict, except the first section of
Article XIV of the amendments,
in which it is provided that no*
State shall deprive any citizen of
the equal pretection of the laws.
It may be claimed, and with ap
parent reason, that all the citizens
of a county Bhare the benefits and
the burdens arising from their
political association as citizens of
such county, and that to permit
the dissolution cf such association
without permitting some of the
citizens of the whole part afneeted
to have a say-so is not good law
or common sense.
THE NEW COUNTY,
Mr W. J, Gaines has gone to
Chicago. 111., on a very important
mission in the interest of the pro
posed new county of McCormick.
He goes to confer with the
fan ' / of the late Cyrus H. Mc
Coi ick, the great Chicago
mil maire, in reference to a
donation toward erecting the pub
lic buildings for the new county.
The McCormick family owns
considerable prope* j in and near
this place, and have always taken
great interest in the welfare of the
town. They have always wanted
to see a new county formed with
the county seat located at the town
that bears their name ; and our
people, now that they have decided
to make an effort to have the new
county established this summer,
have thought it best to send a re
presentative to confer with the Mc
Cormick family and to secure
from them whatever donation to
ward the erection of the public
buildings that they may see fit tto
give. There is no doubt that they
will give liberally toward the en
terprise, though just what the
amount will be no one can tell as
yet. McCormick Times.
HICCOUGHS PROVE FATAL.
Long Island Man Kept Alive
Only by the Use of'Morphine,
Miss Nettie Trautmauu, of Divi
sion street. Elizabeth. N. J., is
again at death's door from an n'
tack of hiccoughs.
She is a pretty eighli" n-year-old
girl, the daughter of Mr. aud Mrs.
B. Trautmaun. A year ago last
month she was first stricken with
her affliction, and fo rthree months
there was no cessation of the
spasms. Every known remedy was
tried, and finally Dr. Whithhead,
of Ellizabeth, secured a Faradie
battery of high power, and the
continued use of electricity caused
them to in ii measure cease. Miss
Trautmaun then went to Washing
ton, D. C., for a change of air,
and she there fully recovered. Her
return home caused the spasms to
oocasionally return, but not uni
recently have they become severe.
Now she is in as bad a condition as
a year ago, aud all hopes of her re
covery have been given up. She is
very weak from the continued
strain on her nervous system. LaRt
year a hypnotist of New York
worked over her, but she would not
yield to that influence.
The young lady has uow become
very despondent and refuges to
take medicine. Her appetitie is
good, the only thing which is in
her favor, in her fight for life. Un
less something is done at once for
the sufferer she will die. Last year
she received over 20,000 letters
giving cures for hiccoughs, but
none of them availed. Miss Traut
mann has five hundred of these
letters yet, all from well known
poeple from all parts of the globe.
Her case was commented on then
manns are well known citizens of
Ellizabeth, and M?38 Nettie is very
popular in ciety circles.
WILLIAM BOSH'S AFFICTION.
William Bond the popular
boarding house keeper of Cedar
Swamp. L. I., who, as in the
Journal about two months ago
nearly lost hie l:;fe through in
cessant fit of hiccoughing, which
reduced him in flesh from a large
strong man to a mere skeleton,
and who finally was relieved
through morphine injections was
again seized with hiccoughing
about a week ago, the attack last
ing from one to two days during
which his body is racked with
violent paroxysm and nothing
seems to relieve him. After having
completely exhausted his strength
the hiccoughing stops, only to
commencel again in about twenty
four boura. Bond and Iiis family
are about discouraged. Lut the
doctors are repeating the morphine
injections with hopes of a cure.
What cause this strango malady is
as yet unknown and on this ac
count the doctors are hand cap
In One Day.
Washington, April 25.-There
will not be a quorum in the senate
during the present week owing to
the absence of many senators
iu New York in attendance upon
the ceremonies over General
Grant's tomb. Consequently no
business of importance will be
transacted. Probably a majority
of the senatora desire to adjourn
from Thursday again until Mon
day, without transacting any busi
ness of general moment, and this
program is likely lo be followed
if the wish of the Republican
members of the finance committee
is acceded to. The tariff bill will
be reported Thursday, but it is
most probable that this will be
postponed until next week. The
work of preparing for the reorgan
ization of the senate committees
will proceed informally. Under
the arrangement made on Friday,
the houso will (transact no busi
ness this week. The house will
meet formally to-morrow and ad
jorn until Thursday, when an ad
journment will be taken until
Hypnotized And Bnriecl Alive.
Simcoe. Ont, April 23.-Prof.
Ferris, hypnotiet, placed a subject
in a trance here yesterday aD?
buried him six feet nuder ground,
there to remaiu three days. Sheriff
Jackson ordered the arrest. The
professor refused, saying that he
was violating LO law and after
consultation with the county at
tornev, the sheriff found he could
take no action.
The subject is supplied with air
through a box. Hi9 face can be
seen. It resembles a corpse, but
has not the extreme pallor..
Quinine and other fe
ver medicines take from S
to 10 days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chili and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DAY.
Greenwood, April 25-Last
night about 10:30 o'clock just af
ter Mr. B. F. Martin had left his
store, 6o:aie unknown person slip
ped up behind him and struck
him a fearful lick on the back of
his head just behind the left ear,
for the purpose, it seems, of rob
After taking the small change
-about $2-the would be assassin
made good his escape. Mr. Martin
was knocked insensible. After
regaining consciousness he stag
gered home, but was unable to tell
what was the mat'er. On sum
moning a physician, it was found
that he bad been struck 'as above
stated, th? lick being given with
a chinaberry stick, cut near the
There is no clue whatever as io
who the party or par, iee are. Mr.
Martin :?s an elderly man of about
65 year?, and wbiln he ?6 sufferine
a great deal, is not thought to be
It is pointed out that the 100
endowed Hchools and colleges ior
negroi-sin the South represent au
investment of $10,000,0o0. It "ie
estimated jtbat during the past
twenty years these .colloges haye
turned out thirty thousand
graduates. The question naturally
arises. What has become of thes^
Hf ff TOM OUT. :
Filia bottle or common glas9 with
urine and let it stand for twenty-four
hours; a sediment settling indicatet
an unhealthy condition of the kidneys
quent deidre to urinate or pain in Tnt
back, is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder are cu ; of order
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Koot, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain; in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of the urinary psrsages.: It
corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to get up
many times during the night to
urinate. The mild and the extraordi
nary effect of Swamp Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distress
ing cases. If you need a medicine you
should have the best. Sold by drug
gists, price fifty cents and one dollar.
You may have a sample bottle and
pamphlet both sent free by mail. Men
tion the ADVERTISER and send your
address lo Or. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. The proprietor of this
paper guarantees the. genuineness of
T HAVE LOCATED AT EDGE
1 FIELD for the practice of iny
profession, and respectfully solicit the
patronage of the public. In the day
time I will be found at the Fox Com
pany drug store, at night at the. resi
dence of Dr. J. W. Hill.
R. A. MARSH, M. D.
The Langley M'fg. Com- ,*
pany, until further notice,
will purchase cotton \ cent
under Augusta market
quotations on day of de
livery, at Langley, S. C.
THOMAS BARRETT, JR.,
I again offer my services to the people
of Edgefield and Saluda counties in
the line of my profession, that of
I will promptly attend all calls. My
postoftice address is Butler, Saluda
Count y, S. C.
OFFICIALLY REPRESENTS }
United Confederate Veterans,
United Daughters ot the Contadencj, (
The Sons, and other Organization. ,
tl-OOayur. Two Samples, Four Two-Cent Simp* j
S. A. CUNNINGHAM. i
BffSffAi. Ricijnt-Tio.v ?a Clubs with tiltia ftper,
Mrs. Anna Gage, wife of Ex
Deputy U. S, Marshal,
Columbus, Kan., tay?!
"I was delivered
of TWINS in
less than 20 min
utes and with
scarcely any pain
after using only
two bottles of
DD NOT SUFFER AFTERWARD.
ty Sent by Express or Mall, or?i receiptot price,
SITOO per bottle. Book 'TO MOTHKBS"
BRADFIELD REGULATOB CO., ATLANTA, GA,
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
Donnie the Lite ot a Generation,
This Represents the Life of
The Firm of G. L. Penn & Son.
It was first G. L. Penn and
for two decades it has been
G. L. Penn & Son. We are
rv OLD STAND.
We still compond and sell
you the best Drugs on the
Our GROCERIES YOU
KNOW are the BEST.
IM SODA F?N T,
f^^CAN'T BE BEAT,
We will give you for the
hot summer, that is coming,
delightful drinks, and will
have the surroundings so thal
you will be comfortable while
you are in our place of busi
You know us. Come tc
G. L. Pelm & Son.
While you are in Augusti
attending the Merry Mak
ers' Carnival you "vii
want to have a good pho
tograph taken at a reason
able price. The Merrj
Makers have arrangoc
headquarters, where bun
* dies and packages may bi
checked, and informatioi
rree ul uiarge,
At the new gallery o
Jameson & Griffiths, 71?
Broad Street. Check you?
things and have ycui
photo tak?;n there. Be
sure you gbu c ne right nun
ber, as this is the onl)
gallery where things are
checked free. Gallen
open till 12 at night
They make good photo
JAMESON k GRIFFITHS,
713 BROAD STREET
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
The County Board of Equal iza
tion at its last; meeting passed a
resolution that the Township
Boards of Assessors be instructed
to assess all first-class work mules
and horses at not less than fifty
dollars per head, all milk cows at
not lees than ten dollars per head,
3'earling8 and other cattle at five
dollars or more each, sheep at one
dollar each, goats at fifty cents
each, and hogs at one dollar or
more each, and. that all merchan
dise, mills and machinery, and all
other properly be assessed at its
true value, and that this notice be
published in all the county papers
and that it be a sufficient notice
to all who have failod to return all
their property for taxation, and
such as the foregoing with the
H. Q. TALBERT, Sup.
J. B. HALTIW ANGER, Aud'r.
.0 Yt ARS?
Anyone lending a nketch and description may
quickly ascertain, free, wbetber an invention la
probably patentable. Communications strictly
confidential. Oldest agency for securing patents
In i.morie?. We have a Washington office.
Patenta taken through Munn ? Co. reoalva
special notice in the
beautifully Illustrated, largest circulation of
any Hciontlflc Journal, weekly, terms $3.00 a year:
H.oO six months. Specimen coplea and ILAMO
BOOK ON PATENTS lent free. Address
MUNN A CO.,
361 Broodtray, New York.
Notice to Debtors and Cred
All persons indebted to the es
tate of Jefferson Briggs, deceased,
will make payment, and those hav
iug claims against said estate will
present them duly attested to
Messrs. Sheppard Bros., attorneys
nt. law, or to the undersigned.
W. H. BRIGGS,
Work the Roads !
I hereby order the Township
Commissioners to order out all
Mad hands subject to road duty
ind put the public highways in
Unod condition on or before Apri
[5th. H. Q. TALBERT,
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IQBUI OOOQS, Preftg SGG?SJ
I inrreE: GOODS, J
I We have them in all the newest colors, weaves and designs, E
= and the beauty is we sell them so cheap it makes
I Our Gompelitors lil, Our Miers Happy, [
S Our new stock of Spring Goods consisting of Prints, Ging- =
* hams, Lawns, Dimity, Percales, Cr?pons and all the novel-*
* ties in wash fabrics are now arriving with all those beautiful*
* Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries for trimmings. And we*
= invite a careful comparison through this line. S
S We Lead! Lei Otters Follow ii They Cai. j
1 In our Shoe department we have the best that can he -had,=
1 and sell them at a much smaller price than any other house |
S in this country. Why pay from 50 cents tc $1 a pair more =
1 for shoeB? Simply because you have not tried us. Our|
= word and warrant are just as good as theirs, and our Shoes ?
I are as reliable. Give us a chance and we will prove what|
= we say. S
= We thank the many who have patronized us, and ask =
1 them to continue, and invite all others to give us a trial and|
I see if we don't benefit them, too. E
S Very respectfully, =
ZEIDG-IEiFIIEIDJD, S. C. ?
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EDGEFIELD, S. C.
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GREAT MERRY MAKERS
_AND MAKE YOUR TRADING HOUSE AT
I. C. Iv ID "V Y & CO.,
gtr There yon will And the largest stock of Clothing, Hats and Fur
nishings for Men, Boys and Children, complete in every detail. You will
And every convenience for your comfort; and more than that you will find
Friendship as we esteem every visit a personal favor. To our friends, and
?un to those who have never visited our store, we give you a Cordial Invita
I. C. JLEVY & CO.
TA ILOR-FIT CLOTHIERS, AUGUSTA, GA
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
BETuA, LIME, CEMENT, BEADY HOOFING, &C.
Corner Washington and Reynolds Street
Augusta, - - Ga.
A New Year's Greeting!
JEWELRY, SILVER NOVELTIES, WATCHES. I
POCKET BOOKS, DIAMONDS, TOILET P
TICLES, CLOCKS. BRASS TABLES, Cu. ,
GLASS, FINE UMBRELLAS.
Send for our 1897 Catalogue.
WM. SeHWEI6ERT & Bo.?
702 Broad Street, . Augusta, Ga.,
Large stocK of Engines, CQeap ano Cooa.
HMR?RH JIR?N WORKS AND
Lm\J WI DM Fl U I SUPPLY COMPANY.
Machinery and Supplies. Repairs, etc., Quickly Made.
?M Get our Prices before you buy.
YOUR ATTENTION I\
-.IF "YOXJ _N EEID- -
Cool Stoves, Stove Pans, Stove Pipe, Tinware, fell Bute
Loaded Shells, Canned Goods, Confeetionaries
Evaporators Repaired or made to Order
LARGEST COOK STOVE FOR THE MONEY.
Coffee Pots, Milk BucketSj and Covered Buckets made from the best nf
Tin in the market. Repairs for Cook Stoves I sell, kept in stock. Call
C??A.S. A.. AUSTIN
oroHiisrsTcor, s. o'. '
Jiro. IT. Fearey,
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
849 Broadway, Opposite Daly's Dry Goods Store,
Sterling Novelties and Gold Watches,
From $15 to $150.
READY FOR INSPECTION.
Our line of Wagons and Buggies,
30th in open and tops, Carriages and
Breaks are ready for inspection. We
ire offering rare bargains and eor
j?ally invite.yon to call.
This line is complete. We have just
received a large shipment of Wagon
and Buggy Harness together with all
parts of harness-such as Riding,
Blind, Carriage and Open Bridles;
Wagon and Buggy Collars, Harness,
Tugs, Traces, Cockeye and Buggy
Traces, Gig Saddles, Gig Pads and
Collars, Pads, Belly liands foldingand
single, Lines double ard single, flame
Strings, Croupies, Breeching both
wagon and buggy, Slip Harness, Tie
Reins, Breech Straps, Choke Straps,
Dutch Collars and Traces, Web and
Leather Halters, Wagon Breeching all
sizes, at living prices.
Oak and Poplar Suits, very pretty
aud very cheap; Dining Tables, ex
tension and plain; Bureaus. Rockers
cf all kinds; Easels, Hat Racks, and
everything to make home comfortable.
HARDWARE AND WAGON MATERIAL.
A fine line of both, such as Rims,
Spokes, Hubs, Tire Iron, Round Iron,
Square Iron, Band Iron. Hoop Iron
In fact everything that is in the make
up of wagons or buggies. Hand Saws,
Augers and Auger Bits, Hammers.
Hatchets, Squares, Axes, Chisles,
Blacksmith Tongs, Files, Rasps, Rules,
Tapes, Lines, Planes, Braces and Bits,
also Cook Stoves, all sizes and prices.
This line is always complete, we
carry a large stock of Coffins, Caskets
and Metallics all sizes and prices.
Calls attended to promptly night or
day. Hearse furnished when wanted.
Our prices are right on everything we
sell, and if we should not have every
thing you want in stock we will order
it for you. We invite you to come.
RAMSEY & JONES,
Successors to Ramsey & Bland
BUSINESS EDUCATION is
F?sst BABB one koy and one
?W Till Kiri in every Conn
1 I 1 I 1 ty of South Caroli
%J L Em na by the largest,
P| lill most e lega n t ly
I I JJ JJ equipped and pre
I eminently practical
m^mimmmmmm institution m the
South which gives
daily drill in actual business, banking
and office work.
Positions are guaranteed graduates
through the Employment Bureau. Ad
THE GA., BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Central Time Between Columbia ?nd Jack
sonville. Eastern Tbne Between Co
lumbia and Other Tolnta.
EKKKOTIVK JAN. IO, 1897.
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10 16 ?
0 45 i
Lv. New York,Pa. U.R.
Lv. Wash'ton, So. By.
8 50 a
ll 15 a
12 66 p
2 00 a
" Bock Hill.
Ar Col'bia Bland'g st ..
Lv. Columbia Un. dep't
12 20 a
6 15 a
0 57 a
7 45 a
5 50 a
9 85 o
10 56 a
11 41 a
2 53 p
I 12 a
6 67 a
c ai a
7 14 a
8 17 a
10 00 a
10 13 a
10 43 a
Lv. Col'bia, S.C.&G.By
Lv. Col'bia. F.C&P.By
11 00 a
12 47 n
9 i)0 n
8 00 ?>
ll 55 al 7 27 a
4 Kip ll 32a
9 12p| 3!X)p
SLEEPING CAR SKKVICE.
Triple dairy passenger service between Flor
ida and Now York.
.Nos. 31 and 32-New York and Florida Lim
ited. Through vestibuled t-uin between St.
Augustine and Now York, leaving each termi
nal point (St. Augustine and New York) daily
except Sunday, composed of Pullman compart
ment sleeping cars. Pullman drawing room
sleeping cars, Pullman observation cars and
hotel dining cars. Also Pullman drawing room
ouffet sleeping cars between Augusta and New
Nos. 87 and .TS-Washington and Southwestern
Limited. Solid Vestibuled train with dining
cars and first class coaches north of Charlotte.
Pullman drawine room sleeping cars between
Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah, Washington
and New York.
Pullman sleeping ear between Augusta and
Nos. 35 and 85-TJ. S. Fast Mall. Through
Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping cars l>e
tween JacksonviUe and New York and Au
gusta and Charlotte. Pullman sleeping cars
between Jacksonville and Columbia, en route
daily between JacksonviUe and Cincinnati, vi?
W. H. GBEEN, J. Bf. OTJLP,
G. Supt;, Washington. T. M.. Washington.
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK,
. G. P. A.. Washington. A. g. P. A.. Atlanta.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line."
Schedule in effect Feb. 7, 1897.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am
Ar Greenwood- Li 17p m
Ar Anderson - 7 30 p m
Ar Laurens.... 115pm
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm
Ar Glenn Sp'gs....4 05 pm
Ar Sparlanburg.. 8 00 p m
Ar Saluda- 5 23 pm
Ar hendersonville 5 51 pm
820 a m
ll 45 a m
ll 55a m
1 30 p ni
2 28 p ni
5 05 p m
5 55 a m
140 p m
7 00 a rn
9 45 a m
9 25 a m
5 23 p m
1 45 p m
4 00 pm
400 p m
7 00 a m
5 00a m
9 35 am
kv Calhloun Falls 444 p m
VrRaeigh.... 2 IB a m
7?JU a m
. 8 15 a m
?,v Augusta. 2 55 pm
ir Allendale. 5 00 p m
" Fairfax. 5 15 p m
\pmassee. G 20 p m
" Beaufort. 7 20 pm
Port Royal. 7 30 pm
Charleston. 8 OS p m
'. Savannah.?. 8 00 pm
JV Savannah. 6 50am
* Charleston. 6 50 a m
4 Port Royal. 8 15 a m
" Beaufort. 8 25am
Yemassee. 9 25 a m
* Fairfax. 10 32 a m
Allendale. 10 47 a m
ir Augusta. 12 55 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
ll points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
ites, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, tien. Pass. A gt.