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Edgefield, S. C.
SPEAKER GARY WILL RUN
Speaker Gary WES asked last
night whether the report was true
that he would b. a candidate for
governor. He replied that it was
his present intention to enter the
race. This makes three candi
dates (says the Record) who have
formally announced their candi
dacy-Governor McSweeney, Mr.
A. H. Patterson and Speaker Ga
ry. There are others yet lo heai
from, the indication being that
one or two others will enter the
Durniug the past week the
Senate agreed to all the house
amendments to the dispensary bill
and it becomes law as soon as the
governor approves. No time has
been set for the election of the
board or the commissioner.
The Jim Crow car bill as a
mended by the senate was killed.
The house refused to agree an d
when a committee of free con
ference was appointed the Fenate
instructed its committee to recede
from the amendment, thus revers
ing its former action. By so doing
the original Caughman bill be
comos the law. ?It provides a 3
cent rate and one full coach for
In the house the appropriation
bill was adopted. All State col
leges received the full appropria
tions as recommeded by the com
mittee and the section was adoped
without change. The South Caro
lina college gets $27,500;
Winthrop ?33,000 and $35,000 ad ii
tional ; with $20,000, with $3,250
more for repai s and equipment and
$6,250for back debts; tne colored
All during the debate the col
leges' friends were twitted with
doing nothing for tho poor chil
dren. Robinson, of Pickens, offer
ed an amendment appropriating
$100,000 to be distributed as the
three mill tax is now distributed
among the public schools. The
college support gave this hearty
encouragement and what was
lhought to be a bluff was adapted
by a heavy vote and the $100,000
appropriation for free public
schools goes to the senate. If
adopted it is said this will in
crease the levy one and a quarter
mills, which seems acceptable.
The majority of the senate and
house has not done unto Messrs.
Williams and Boykin as it would
like to have it done unto them.
. The senate has adopted the
house bill appropriating $10,000
to erect a monument to soldiers of
South Carolina on the battle field
DEATH OF MRS. WALLACE.
Wife of Gen. Wm. H. Wallace
Succumbs to Stroke of
Union, Feb. 7.-Mrs. Sarah
Dunlap Wallace, wife of Gen.
W. H. Wallace, died this afternoon
from a stroke of apoplexy. Mrs.
Wallace was in comparatively
good h?alth, in fact was attending
to her household duties, when
the attack come day before yester
day. She never rallied, and
gradually sank until the eud came
at 12:30 today. She was surround
eded by her entire family. Mrs.
Gov. Sheppard being the laBt to
arrive, came just au hour or two
before the end.
Mrs. Wallace was a lady of rare
attainments, possessing all the
charm and grace of a typical
southern woman. Combined with
this she was a consistent member
of the Methodist church, and
always was forei .jst in church
She was greatly loved by all who
were fortunate enough to know
her. Mrs. Wallace is survived
hy her husband. Judge Wallace,
a son, Mr. D. H. Wallace, and thr**e
daughters. Mrs. Victor Gage of
Birmingham. Mrs Jas. Maxwell of
Greenville and Mrs. Gov. Shep
Bad Blood-Cure Free ! -
Bad Blood causes Blood and Skin
Diseases, Emptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecze
ma, Skin Scabs, Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Rheumatism. Catarrh,
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou
bles a positive specific cure is found in
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful blood purifier of the
age. It has been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cored even the mos?" deep-seated, per
sistent oases, after doctors and patent
medicines bad all failed. B. B. B. cures
by driving out of the blood the poi
sons and humors which cause all
these troubles, and a cure is thus made
that is permanent. Contagious Blood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat and Mouth,
Eta. cured by B. B B, the only reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists. $1 per large bottle; 9ix
large bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
B. B. is ?n honest remedy that makes
real cures. To test B, B. B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
All the Grade Materials Hi
President Morgan, of The "V
gi ni a-Ca roi i ii a Chemical Co
Says The Selling Price ?is
Lower Than Cost of
Raleigh News and Observer.
Richmond. Va.. Feb. 1,19
To the Editor: My attenti
has been called to a communi
tion in the News -nd Obsen
published under date of Wedn
day, January 31st, 1900, in ref
once to the advance in the price
fertilizers, wherein it is stated tl
the farmers of Pitt county, Noi
Carolina, propose to organize a
fight the advance in the prices
fertilizers, and by insinuation c
Company is censured as the cai
of the advance.
I desire to make a plain stal
ment of facts and conditions
uow obtaining m the fertilizer tra
and to show to the dealers a'
consumers of fertilizers that t
advance in the price of manutacu
ed fertilizers is not only just ai
warranted but is absolute
necessary, and that the manufs
turers of fertilizers could not a
ford to sell them at the pri
ruling last year unless they did
at a very heavy loss.
Now to get down to facts ai
figures ; we will see what has real
caused the price of fertilizers
be advauced this year over lai
Acid Phosphate being one of ti
principal ingredients in all cor
plete fertilizers, I desire to she
here how much this article costs I
make in excess of the coBt prii
for the same thing last yea
The advance in pyriteB, fro
which sulphuric acid is mad
is more than $2.00 per ton ovi
last year. The advauce in Nitra
of Soda, which is a necessai
ingredient in the manufacture <
sulphuric acid, is fully $8.00 pi
ton more than last year. Phospha
Rock has advanced a minimum <
$1.75 per ton at the mines, and i
some grades of rock the advan<
is more than $3.00 per ton. The!
three articles constitute what
necessary tornade Acid Phosphat
Put them together in the propi
proportion and a ton of Aci
Phosphate will cost $2.07 per to
more than it did last year,
BagB are costing UB 20C. por to
more than they did last year, ?
that the crude materia] going int
a ton of Acid Phosphate is costin
-approximately $2.27 more than i
did a year ago.
Every piece of factory supplie
and machinery, roal, and every
thing necessary to operate a fae
tory, is from 25 io 100 per cenl
higher than it as a year agc
This will add certainly an addi
tional 10c. to the cost of a ton o
fertilizer, making in the most con
servative and reasonable estimati
possible a ton of 13 per cent. Aci<
Phosphate, bagged . and ready fo
shipment, cost the manufacture
$2.37 more than it did twelv<
Now let us look at complet)
ammoniated fertilizers: We wil
take what is commonly known ai
standard grade of complete fer
tilizer, running, say, 2? per cen
of ammonia, 8 per cent, of avail
able phosphoric acid, and 1
per cent of potash. As ? have
above demonstrated, acid phos
phate costs $2.07 more than las!
year. This is equivalent to s
little more than 10c. per 100
pounds. In making the 2?. 8 and
1 fertilizers, 1,200 pounds of acid
phosphate wou'J. be necessary,
so at 10c. additional cost per 10C
pounds, the additional cost for
acid phosphate would be $1 20.
If cotton seed meal was used for
the ammonia, it would take
approximately 700 pounds, and cot
ton seed meal is now worth $6.00
per ton more than last year,
which is equivalent to 30c. per 100
pounds, and 700 pounds would
cost $2.10 more than it did last
year. Now add 20c. for extra cost
for the bags and you have $3.50
per ton more for the materials than
we paid for these same materials
If tankage or blood was used
for the source of ammonia instead
of cotton seed meal, the Advanced
cost over las'year would be $3.20
per ton, as ammonia from taukag<
or blood is now 60c. per unit higher
than last year, so for 2? per cent,
of ammonia tho extra cost ov^r
last year would be $1.80.
Sulphate of ammonia is the only
other source of ammonia commonly
used in the manufacture of ferti
lizers. Twelve months ago th IP
article was selling at about $43.00
per ton. We paid for it this we'k
$62.00 per lon.
Now I assert that the price of
fertilizers has not advanced nearly
so much as the price of raw
materials going into them. Let
UR see who is to blame if any one,
for the advance of th se crude
materials. Take Pyrites: We buy
from Spain moretean threefourths
)f all we nee. Nitrate of Soda:
We buy entirely from Sooth
America. Potash Stlts: We buy
?ntirely from Germany. So it can
aot be said, that our company con
trols or is in any wise responsible
For the advance of these material,
is we have no interest whatever
in any of these properties, either
directly or indirectly.
Take phosphate ruck: We do
nine small proportion of our wants
)f phosphate rock, but we mine
lone for sale and we buy from oth
?T mines more than two-thiidsof
ivhat we consume. So no one will
mppose that we were anxious to
put up the price of phosphate
As for cotton seed meal we have
no interest either directly or
indirectly iu any cotton seed oil
mill, so we are not responsible for
the advance in this article. Blood
md tankage are made by the large
packers in the West and we have
30 interest and no control over
iheee products in any way.
Why, then, should the Virginia
karolina Chemical Company be
blamed for the advance in the cost
)f crude materials, and would it
be busiuesB-like for us to want an
idvance in crude materials, of
?vhich we have to buy almost en
tirly all of our needs and of which
?ve produce absolutely nothing, ex
?ept a small quantity of phosphate
It is our aim and purpose to
manufacture fnrtilizers as cheaply
is possible and to sell them at as
low a price as we can afford, there
by stimulating a large consump
tion of fertilizers and their general
use for all crops.
Let us see how the farmer is
situated: He is getting this year
from 2i to 3c. a pound for his cot
ton more than last year, and we
understand that for a e,roat deal of
?he cottou Reed the cotton seed oil
mills are now paying 25c. per
bushel. Are these advances wrong,
and are the manufacturers who ar?
having to use this product con
demning the parties who produce
them, simply because the demand
is such that the price has increased
so enormously over last year? At
present prices the farmer can sell
the cotton seed from one acre of
laud and buy as much fertilizers
as he usually - puts over two to
three acres, even though there is a
small advance in the price of
fertilizers, caused by the manu
factu?ers having to pay high prices
for the materials entering into
We prc pose to be perfectly fair
and candid in our statements and
believe that when au unprejudiced
farmer looks into the situation he
will realize that he is not charged
as much for fertilizers as the cost
of materials under present con
Yours very respectfully.
S. T. MORGAN,
Pres. Virginia-Carolina Chemical
to every elderly woman when an im
portant functional change takes place.
Thia is called "The Change of Life."
The entire system undergoes a change.
Dreadful diseases such as cancer and
consumption arc often contracted at
strengthens and purifies the entire
system, and brings the sufferer safely
over these pitfalls. Its effects have
been wonderful. It is good for all
menstrual troubles, but ls especially
recommended at this time. Ask
Sur druggist for the famous Wine of
rdul. ? i .oo a bottle.
For advice ia cases requiring special
directions, address the "Ladies' Ad
visory Department," Tho Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
THOTHTA3 J. COOr-EIi, Tupelo, Mina
Oars t-"My ?bter rn.'.'rrco from irrefrular and
palniul menstruation, and doctors could not
? relleva bar. Wins of Cariai entirely cured
her, and t *o helped ciy mother through the
Chansc of Life."
8END US ?5.00 &d UK-ar
antoe of good faith and ire
will send you any fire proof ?fe
by f relent, C. O. D., subject to
examination. Too coo rx tain?
ll it yoor freight depot and 1 f y OU
find it the equal of any Aro
j proof combination lock iron
I and steel safe made and ?boat
oac-thlrd Ibe price charged bj
I other* for I he ci ne ?lie and grade,
pay your freight agent our
aptelul factory price and
freight chargea, lesa the 15.00
tent with order; otherwise return lt at our expenso
and we will return your 95.00. 100-lb. combination
lock itfei for '.he home, MO.OG t 800-lb. otflee and ?tore aafei,
?ll.OSi 600 Iba., 817.01-, 700 Iba., eil.Ut; 1000 lb?.,
to il-OD lba.,SS8.S0;T?i7 large doable oattlde and doable
BBeJaa door enfee for large bn.lneea, faetory. Jewelry or bank,
.OlnewMhlgh, 2100 lb.., JCS. Hi 68 lochee high, 8000 Ibi.,
SW. Ti. Freight a.eragee 36 rente per 100 Iba. fur Loo mil.ij
for lOOOallea, 40 cent?. WRITE FOR FREE HAFE
CATALOGUE and aperlal liberal 0. O. I>. offer.
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Chicago.
J. WM. THURMONIA WM. P. CALHOUN
THURMOND & CALHOUN,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Wil'practice in all Courts,State or
EDG-EFTEIiD, S. ?
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I rpsnectfillly solicit tin patronage of j
THE NATIONAL BUNK OF AUGUSTA
I L. C. HAYNS, Pres't. F. O.FOBD, Cashier.
Undivided Profile } $110,000.
Facllltlos of our, magnificent New Vault
containing 410 Safety-Cock Boxes. Differ
ent Sises are offered to our patrons and
the public at 93.00 to ?10.00 per nnnnrg,
THOS. J. ADAMS PROPRIETOR. * EDGEFIELD, S; C.,
L. O. HATNI,
W. O. WiHDLA'ff,
DAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.
VOL. LXV. NO. 7.
_ South Carolir
?Viiere Shall We Spend
Summer This Year.
We sometimes hear- those who
lave means make use of this re
nark, and when we look around
;heir homes, we are shocked to
jee it destitute of everything that
-vould tend to make it attractive
ind beautiful, the old homestead
Dresents au unsightly appearance,
buildings not painted, yard fences
rotted down. No flower garden,
lot even a rose to be seen.
Shade trees old and partly dead.
[ say, that we are astonished that
hey should neglect to improve
[heir homes and po to other places
md spend,their meney, If you
viii improve your home, set out
lew shade trees and flowers, paint
pour buildings and fix up thinga
lecently andtaste'ul,vcu viii have
iio more desire to leave your own
place to spend your summer away
from home. Use the money on
painting your home, instead of
spending it for board at eouie
Send one half the money to the
Southern Paint Co.. of PinebluiT,
N. C., it cost you to spend your
summer abroad, and they will fur
QI sh you good paint enough to
paint all your buildings and this
trill make your home beautiful
md save vou the trouble of pack
ing up aud leaving home to look
for a better one.
I ll/rni/ * nave re-opened my
I B|fLUf Livery Stables again
I H I fl I at the old stand, where
LE B L?E I wiri be pleased to
see and serve my
friends and tbe
ful for past pa
tronage, I shall
endeavor to de
serve a continuance in the future.
D. T. GRICE.
Notice to Tresspassers.
ALL persons are hereby warned not
to trespass, in any way, sbape or
tomi, on my Prescott place, near Edge
lield, adjoining lands of estate of J. A.
Dozier,Geo. Wise, and others.
MHB. L. CHARLTON.
Hearts ! Hea:
10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. Y(
75c to $8.00 ENG]
SPECIAL ATTENTION GI
626 BR0AD STREE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
In the Probate Court.
By J. D. Allen, Esq.,*Probate Judge
Whereas, John B. Hil', C. C. C. P.
has made suit to me to grant him
Letters of Administration, of the
derelict estate and effects of Mrs.
Georgianna Covar, dec'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
Mrs. Georgianna Covar, dec'd. that
they be and appear before me in
the Court of Probate to be held at
Edgerield C. H., S. C., on the 27th
day ot February next, after publi
cation thereof, at ll o'clock in th<
forenoon, to show cause, if auj
they have, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given under my hand the 16!h
-? . day of January, A
J SEAL. [ D. 1900,and publish
( ,_y-^ ' ed in the ADVERTISER
Jan. 17th, 1900.
J. D. ALLEN,
J. P. E. C.
I am a candidate for the ollie? of
County Treasurer, will abide by the
result of the primary and support all
the nominees. S. B. MAYS.
lam a candidate for County Super
visor subject to the Democratic pri
mary. I will support all the nominees
of the party, myself included,
B. F. fl LAXTON.
EDCEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
f. C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
\. tl. BOUKNIGHT, j. A. BENNETT,
|. M.COBB, B.S.HOLLAND,
\. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL ?R,
\V. E. PKK'jCOTT.
J. C. Su KTI* ARD, President.
( Vf. Vf. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. M ms, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays interast on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to busi
;THE FARMERS BAM
OF EDGEFIELD . S. C.
?UUE diiii uuiiiiiv u??bfill?ii.
j Paid-up Capital, $58 000 j
<i ," >f# ,"
j Sarplns and UnllvWetl Profits, $10,000.00.
A. E. PADGETT, President.
W. H. TI M M ERM AN,'V-Pres.
J L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier.
W. H. HARLING.?Ass't Cash'r.
s Pays Eight per cent, annual divi
fi Does a General Banking Business,
s Acts as Guardian, Administrator ??|
Sj and Trustee for Estates.
^Pays Interest on Deposits by spe?
?j cial contract.
B Money to Lend on Approved Se- j) |
3 cu ri ty.
[ YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
I ON BUSINESS TERMS.
rts ! Hearts !
>ur Initials Engraved Free.
VEN TO MAIL OEDEES.
,T, A'dG?STA, GA.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-County ot' Edgefield-Court
of Common Pleas.
L F Dorn, Plaintiff,against James
F Marshall, defendant.
Pursuant to the decree in this
cause, I will oller for sale at public
outcry before the Court lioute,
town of Edgefield, Slat'1 of Soul h
Carolina, ou tho first Monday in
March, 1900, (being the 5th day
of said month) between the legal
hours of sale, the following de
scribed realty, to wit:
All and singular that parcel,
tract or lot of lund, situate, lying
and being in the State aud county
aforesaid, containing one hundred
(J00) acres, more or less, bounded
north by lands of J A Jennings;
east and 6onth by lands of A S and
Adeline E Talbert, and west by
hinds of \V J Talbert.
Terms of Sale : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for pap?is and
W. F. ROATH,
Feb 7, 1900. Master E. C.
1 F Cl
Ali i I
Ftrfl.50 we furnish th* esl?arated BROWN'S AB
DOMINAL BELT lop tin cure or CORPULENCY.
r->ij I'n'Pulrni )>ro|>le
.I .- r- v'hl> wear OM
; . v?NQ? Brown** Aliduml.
- \ . v??.'fy? P?I lirlt run no
?SS y ris!? of K?"l
. . _ v ?ii !.'!iptor? or I'm
J-uu grt ? rotator!
and i ?<pni url Inn
rnu'vii' ^iprcctAte. Sa (?Mtaai jmm
cnn n:ri>r.i to : e ?Ultotil this oelt.
A.I. on) uni) M>:id to II- with $1.50
.'nd 10r-cnt?f.lrr. t 'iii.--, ST;., h VU, i-i'lttht.nernnil
namborlnolMMaroiindthobnd; !?r v i nnrt,nndwewill
.'.?nd thobHtto jou I j MallntxipoU, w.: ii tho n ?iili'iMaml
iMcrthixtifitig not i'i i fed k mtisfaetoryand equal to
ooltHt'.intrt't.iilnt >?::.nTI-i np-*.v.,ii ivili return it
:it our expongo. Hrlfr Tnr rn-.? l!.-!t ?ml fruMDilj?cpne.
BdfaMjtAtfg C U BAN O a L earea
?" livRS^B v Cute, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale^by G. L. Penn & iron.
?DWARD W. Sec
'HE SOCIETY ANNOUNCED O
CEIVED DD RING THE YE AI
UPON WHJCH POLIC:
57 PEE CENT
Over 1898, and that its Gain in
OVER 15 P
Duringthe year the Company paid
uakinga total since organization in IS]
lusiness with no death claims due and
oiuplished at a lower expense ratio tba
THROUGHOUT THE STATE
If so, write to the Southern Pai
and secure their price list. The]
Jess money than you can get eleew
trust and can sell at less price thar
ern enterprise and should be patrc
publisher of th s paper will arrang
subicribers, who would like to ord(
paint has a tln'ck heavy body so tbi
make the paint go further, and sav<
fifty cents a gallon. Write to the c
you want and how much, ^nd prici
tains the best material, and a guan
and package of paint.
BURNETT k GRIFFIN.
We respectfully solicit the patron
age of the insuring public.
Only the most reputable
and Solvent Compa
nion, both Life
All outside business will receive
our prompt and person
OFFICE: BURKETT BUILDING
See Our Life Insurance Contracts
before you Insure
DIVIDENDS PAYABLE ANNUALLY
Sale of Real Estate.
BY virtue of authority vested in us
by the Horns Cree! Baptist Church,
Republican Baptist Church, Hardy's
Baptist Church, and Mt. Lebanon (or
Sweetwater) Baptist Church, all sit
uated in Ed^etield county, South Caro
lina, we the undersigned, as trustees of
said churches, will proceed to sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the foot of the Court House
steps, at Edgefield, S. C, on the ?rst
Monday in March, 1900, being the Stir
day ol' said month, at ll o'clock A. M.,
all that tract of land situate in said
county and State, near Ropers P. 0.,
conuininsr thirty (30) acres, more or
less, known as the parsonage property
and adjoining lauds of Mrs. ?. G. Bud
well, J. C. Lanham and D. E. Lanham.
Terms of Sale : Cash.
Purchaser to pay for stamps and ti
P. B. LANHAM,
D. E. LANHAM,
J. D. T1MMER.V .AX,
The experiments of modern phy
sicians and scientists havp
established thy fact that many of
the germs of disease enter the body
by the inhalation of air laden witl
bacteria or microbes. These germs
are very small but their work it
deadly. Still many of them are
comparatively harmless in health ;
but as soon as an organ is diseased
it is attacked. Tho experiinets
of Koch and others have shed much
light upon this important subject
But up to the present time the
culture of bacteria appears to have
met with much better success than
tiieir destruction. As we can do
so little to destroy these minute
enemies, is not the most sensible
course-to strengthen and revitalize
the system so that it may repel
aud resift their destructive in
fluence, and does it not seem v? ry
titting that the revitalizing element
should enter the body through
I inhalation of oxgen which is at
once a revitalizer and germicide?
I The experience of years and the
testimony of thousands show
Compound Oxygen to be the agent
If you wish further information
write us and we will send you, free
cf charge abundant evidence.
?Send for book of two hundred
page?, with records and
testimonials of surprising cures
of various forms of disease and
and debilty. lt will cost you noth
ing to convince houraelf.
Home Treatment is sent out by
express, to be used at home.
Cilice Treatment is administered
here. Consultation free.
DKS. STARKEY & PALEN,
1112 Girard Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
ll .ii Uii?? U?
AY, NEW YORK.
N JAN. 1 THAT IT HAD RE
t 1899 APPLICATIONS FOB
i Outstanding Assurance was
Policy Holders more than $1,500,000
?5 of $17,000,000, and closes the year's,
unpaid. These results have been ac
,n in 1898.
ON LIBERAL CONTRACTS.
rCOST, 3D. c.
int Company, of PineblufF, N.O.,
j can give you a better paint at
here. They do nobbelong *o the
i those who do. This is a South
inized by Southern people. The
;e to secure paints for any of his
;r through the ADVERTISER, This
it buyers can add Linseed oil and
i money, as the oil will cost about
ompany telling them what colors
? will be given. This paint con
mtee goes with every can, barrel
CHARLESTON ?Sfc WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line.'
Schedule in effect May 21, 1899.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 a ra
Ar Greenwood.. 12 17p m
Ar Anderson- 7 30 pm'
Ar Laurens- 115pm
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm
Ar Glenn'Sp'gs-4 05 p m
Ar Spart?nbuig.. 3 00 p m
Ar Saluda- ?6 23 p m
Ar iiendersonville 551 pm
Ar Asimile.7 00 p m
820 a m
ll 45 a ra
ll 55a m
1 30p m
2 2S p m
5 05 p in
6J55 a m
140 p m
7 00 a m
9 45 a m
9 25 a m
5 23 p m
1 45 p m
4 00 pm
4 00 p m
7 00 a m
5 00 a m
9 35 a m
Lv Calhloun Falls 444 p m
ArRaeigh.... 2 16am f
Ar Norfolk- 7.30 a ra
Ar Petersburg-6 00 a m
Ar Richmond.... S 15 a m
Lv Augusta. 120pm
AT Allendale. 3J10 p m
" Fairfax. 3J25 p m
" Yemassee. 4 20 p m
" Beaufort. ? 20 p m
" Port Royal. 5 35 p m
" Charleston. 7 30 p m
Savannah. 7 00 pm
" Charleston. 7 28 a m
* Port Royal. 7 10 a m
" Beaufort. 7.20 am
" Yemassee. 8 20 a m
" Fairfax. 9 20am
" Allendale. 9 35am
Ar Augusta. ll 25 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. A gt
T. M. EMERSON,
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