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*1 ' OS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
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Edgefield, S. C.
Our March term of court was
convened promptly at 10 a. m. on
Monday, Judge Benet presiding.
And he presides with the dignity
and courtesy of the old-time a-fore
the war judges and chancellors.
He talks like a judge, wisely and
well ; he looks like a judge, and
the people of Edgefield respect
bim, aud regard him as "the right
man in the right place." His
charge to the grand jury was able,
clear and directly to the point.
And we are always glad when he is
with us. ? j
The grand jury was organized at
the call of Clerk Hill, and Mr.
Luther Reece was elected foreman.
A compliment to Mr. Reece, aud a(
worthy selection for the place as
Two little negro girls, Daisy
Gaston and Hattie Colliei ,. 12 and
13 years old, charged with larceny |
from ~ the. field-picking" 40 cents
worth of cotton, from. a patch m
December-were found guilty with
recommendation to mercy. Sen
tenced $10 each, or six weeks on
chain gang-Col. W. P. Calhoun
for the defendants.
Wiley Miles, house breaking and
larceny. . Guilty--15 months on
chain gang. S. iMcG. Simkins for
Ellen Butler, assault and bat
tery. Plead guilty. Sealed sen
Pierce Green, house breaking and
larseny. Plead guilty. Sentence
9 months on chain gang.
Geo. Ware, burglary, an old
offender, plead guilty. Sentence,
5 years on the chain gang.
On Tuesday morning, Tom Guin
yard, Heyward Ware and Lawson
Hill, burglary and larceny. Plead
guilty. Sentence, three years each
on the chain gang.
By 12 o'clock Tuesday the grand
jury had finished their business,
submitted their presentment,
(which'we will publish next week)
received their pay certificates and
were wending their way home
wards. MessrR. Geo. Wise, S. H.
Menget, D. T. Grice, J. K. Blocker
and Walter Branson are the stand
ing committee for the year for the
grund jury to inspect the books of
the county officials, etc., etc., and
report at the next term of court.
! The last case, that against Caro
line Kimbrel, assault and battery
with intent to kill. Verdict, guilty.
Sentence, 8 months in the county
jail, or $50 fine. J. W. DeVore,
Esq., for defence.
"There ' being no further busi
ness" on the criminal side of court,
the jurors were dismissed, and the
court, as the Masons say, was
"closed in*short form." And after
about three-thirds of the jurors and
witnesses had provided themselves
with the requisite amount of the
.'chemically pure," and departed
hence, there was a deplorable
"et?lness" abounding throughout
It is understood that the
Prohibitionists will hold their
Convention before the' regular
Democratic Convention ia held.
This, it is supposed, is due to the
possibility of the regular Conven
tion passing some rule or adopt
ing some, oath or pledge which
would handicap the Prohibi
tionists. Some time ago the
Prohibitionists ran up against such
a snag, and they may be afraid ot
some such thing again and may
want to be the "early birds" in
the political field
' A $250,000 cotton factory at
Croft's mill has been chartered
This makes three quarters of a
million projected in cotton mills
in South Carolina last week. The
total for the year is $3,776,000, and
if this thing keeps on by the end
of the year 1900 South Carolina
will have $18,000,000 invested in
new cotton mills to say nothing ol
It ia reported at Montgomery,
Ala., that General Wheeler, who
is expected home noon from the
Philippines, will announce himseli
as a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for governor of
Alabama, and will not, therefore,
be a candidate . for renomination
to Congress from his distiict.
The souvenir badge of the Con
federate Beanion at Louisville,
May 30 to June 3, will be celluloid
canteen with the profile of Winnie
Davis, daughter of the Confederacy,
on the one side and the Winnie
Davis rose on the other.
** D?mocratie Reorganization.
?y Secretary Gunter, of the Stat
executive committee, has bee
receiving a great many letters <
inquiry about the. Democratic o
ga?iz at ion and sq that there ma
te general information upon tl
matter the following statemei
has bsen prepared :
The township or ward club
says Secretary Gunter, shall mei
on the fourth Saturday ih Apr i
These local clubs elect a presiden
a recording and a correspondis
secretary and a treasurer, an
shall have three working cou
mittees of not less than three men
bers each, viz: A committee o
registration, an executive comm!
tee and such other committees :
may be deemed expedient.
These clubs shall operate unde
the control of a county executiv
committee, which shall consist c
one member from each club, to b
elected by the respective club
The executive committee shall ai
point its own officers, except th
chairman, who shall be elected b
the County Convention The loci
clubs shall elect one delegate t
the County Convention for ever
twenty-five members and one dele
gate for each majority fraction c
twenty-five. The County Conver.
tion shall be called by the count
executive committee to meet o:
the first Monday in May an
when assembled shall be called t
order by the chairman of the ex
ecutive committee, and the Conver
tion shall proceed to nom in at'
and elect from among it member
a president, one or more vice presi
dents, a secretary and a treasure]
a member it the State executiv
committee and delegates to th
State Convention, each county be
ing entitled to double the numbe
of delegates in the State Conven
tion as it has members in th
General Assembly. The Stat
Convention shall be called by th
State executive committee to mee
on the third Wednesday in Maj
The State Convention eleet
delegates to the National Demo
eratic Convention and a membe
of the National Democratic ex
Merry Makers Week in Augusta
Our correspondent in Angust?
writes: Few people outside o
Augusta realize the magnitude o
the coming Free Street Attractioni
which the Merry Makers As socia
tion will furnish the publio during
the week commencing April 23K
to 28th inclusive. For severa
years past this city has put on tb<
finest attractions during their galt
week but the show of this yea:
will surpass all past efforts ii
A brief outline of the attractioni
are: The free performances 01
four large platforms to be erectec
on Broad street whore the fines'
artist that money and experienci
can procure. The Amusemen
Committee are now in correspond
ence with Theatrical managers- oi
the East who are booking theil
best attractions for Augusta
Aside from this one of the highes
class midways will be in full blas
on Broad street. Special atten
tion is called to the fact that th<
association will allow nothing thai
will be objectionable to the mosi
fastidious, to be presented.
The display of Fire Works giver
last were superb but that wore
does not express the magnitude
and beauty of this year's show
Exactly twice the amount of monej
expended for this attraction lasl
year will be spent this season.
The Floral parade will surpast
any like attraction given in the
Southern states. The assosiatior
have offered exceedingly handsome
prizes for the best decorated
vehicles of all varieties and in thii
manner mrnish all those desiring
to enter into the parade an in
centive to spend both time and
money to make their vehicles
superb. Augusta is noted the
world over for her beautiful women
therefore, what could present ?
more beautiful spectacle than c
parade nearly a mile in length anc
each vehicle occupied by one oi
more of our beautiful women?
The large number " of laboring
people of this section have signifi
ed their willingness and desire tc
co-operate with the.Merry Maken
and to assure the success of "In
dustrial Day" the services of Sia
Thousand men and children have
been offered. In this grand parade
a majority of the merchants wilj
have very attractive Floats thereby
furnishing the show with a grane
Gen. Joe Wheeler, the most
admired and honored man of the
South and the hero of many ware
has been extended an invitation
to visit this city and participate
with the Morry Makers on Military
Day. On this day it is the desire
of the Association to have many
of the state troops to participate
in the Parade. At a meeting held al
the Augusta Evchange on Thurs
day the marchants the Savannah
River Improvement Company was
formed. The object of this or
ganization is to improve the
Savannah river as the name inplies
.The^orgauizatiori Will extend an
invitation to the residents of the
Savannah river valley and bring
hundreds of people . here to show
them the many advantges which
this vcity has over any other
Southern city. Every railroad
entering the city has signified its
intention of putting on the lowest
possible rates for this occasion
and aiding the Merry Makers in
every possible way.
The recent disastrous fires have
not materially affected the ac
comodationn of the city. Besides
the several large hotels that are
in the city, there are many com
modious boarding house and many
families have singified their will
ingness to take hoarders for this
occasion. The Merry Makers have
provided a Bureau of Information
for the accomodation of their
guests, where those desiring to
engage board or obtain any other
information concerning the city
will be furnished free of charge.
Merry Makers Headquarters are
ir the Arcade Alley, the Herald
old business office, butween 7th
and S th streets. . Call at the office
and make your self at home.
Separate and distmot from th?
Merry Makers the Confederate
Veterans will run a fair which will
be centrally located. Meals will
be served at a nominal price, a
check room will be attached and
in every way the old Veterans
will endeavor to please their
Bad Blood-Cure Free !
Bad Blood causes Blond and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, 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 bas been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cured even the most 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,
Etc., cured by B. B B, the only reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists. $1 per large bottle; six
large bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
B. B. is an 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.
Accused of Poisoning- Her Hus
Columbia has on hand a sensa
tional case of husband poisoning.
The victim was J. W. Graddica*,
who kept a small store in Bridge
street, and he died in January. A
coroner's jury, acting on tho report
of a chemist and other evidence,
finds that he died from ars?nico
administered by his wife, Mrs.
Belle Graddick. She is in jail.
President Kruger is urging his
people to have faith in God.
Addressing a crowd at Bloemfonte
in, he said: "Although God is
testing our people, my personal
opinion is that the limit of the
test is nearly reached. If the peo
ple are are sustained by faith in
the time of adversity, God will
soon again turu the tide iii our
favor. If we have strong faith in
God. He will surely deliver us.
The God-of deliverance of olden
time is the same God now."
is only a symptom-not a
disease. So are Backache,
Nervousness, Dizziness and the
Blues. They all come from an
unhealthy state of the men
strual organs. If you suffer
from any of these symptoms
if you feel tired and languid in
the morning and wish you could
lie in bed another hour or two
-if there is a bad taste in the
mouth, and no appetite-if
there is pain in the side, back
FEMALE REGULATOR will
bring about a sure cure. The
doctor may call your trouble
some high-sounding Latin
name, but never mind the name.
The trouble is in the menstrual
organs, and Bradfield's Female
Regulator will restore you to
health and regulate the menses
Sold by drurrirt* for $ i . betti?. A free llluttntett
book will be ?nt to tay womin If request be malled to
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
J. WM. THUBMONIA "WM. P. CALHOUN
THURMOND & CALHOUN,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
WU* practice in all Courts, State or
GEO. T. SHARPTON.
EDO-EPIELD, S, O
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of
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Up-to-Date in E
SPION KOP IN VERSE.
Said the British : "Here's a kopje,
Let us t<harge and never stopje
'Till we bayonet and mopje
All the Boers off the earth."
So they made their rifles popje
At the Boers on the kopje,
And they rushed up to the topje
Venting shouts of savage mirth.
When, alas, they reached the topje
Of the lofty, rocky kopje
The Boers had the dropje .
From the front and left and right,
So the Britons made a fiopje,. .
With a skipje and a hop ie
And they quit that stony kopje
In a somewhat hasty flight.
Co-Operative Road Making.
What farmers can do by co
operation in the matter of road
making is interestingly told by a
Michigan correspondent of the
Orange Judd Farmer. It is a
sandy country where the corres
pondent lives, and the toads were
generally poor throughout the
year. The town was poor also,
and refused to improve the high
ways. Then the farmers decided
to help themselves. About five
years ago twenty-five of them
came together a?d offered to haul
marl one day free if the township
would allow them to take the marl
from its bed. The township wa?
willing, aud about twenty men
volunteered to shovel and level the
marl, and so the first half mile
was laid. That road proved such
a success that the next year an
other half mile was put down.
This marl packed down so hard
and made such excellent bed fdr
gravel that the farmers donated
$225 and labor for about one
quarter mile of gravel.: This be
ing put on in what was always a
wet place, it was spread about
eight inches thick. Next year
$250 was collected and about one
half mile was put down spreading
this only about four inches. This
year only $100 was collected,. but
a quarter mile strip waB put down,
finishing the mile started five years J0
before. Besides this about a . hal "
mile of marl was put down ready
for gravel next fall. This action
of the farmers stirred up the]
townspeople *i large, and now the
town has offered to raise $600 fora _
gravel if the farmers will furnish^
the labor to shread it. That they
will do willingly.
Awful Crime in Georgia.
Carterville, Ga., March 9.
Details of a shocking murder in
Paulding county, twelve miles,
from here, is printed in tho News
The victim was a young woman,
Miss Nell McDowell.
The girl had been reared by
Son Jones, an old man, and his
wife. The wife, it is stated,
charged her husband with giving
too much attention to the girl and
? neighbor of the old man says
that threats have been made to
report the two to the grand jury.
Sunday night, as the girl was
sitting by the fire, some one stuck
a shotgun through the window and
blew her head off.
Willie Jones, a son of the old
man, has been arrested charged
with the crime. The evidence
against him is circumstantial, but
very strong. The wadding from
the charge that killed the girl was
picked up. It was a piece of news
paper on which appeared part of
the cut of a chicken. The tracks
of the man who fired the
shot were just the size ol the shoe
woru by Willie Jones. In his
house a double-barrelled, muzzle
loading shotgun was found with
ooe barrel loaded and one empty.
The load was drawn and found to
he wadded with newspaper on
which was the balance of the
What makes the tragedy of mor?
horror is, according to the infor
mant of the News, that the girl is
.said to be the daughter of the old
man and a half-sister to the man
who killed her.
9?Atttoi*CNUBIAN TEA cures Byspep
J IttlBIVl * ai?, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulated the Liver. Price, 25cts.
For sale by G. L. Penn &Son.
AatSS3SSi . Fatua? Mom.
OTT. BloeulBMnaM, etc., caused br o.or
work ?nd Indiscretions. They ouieltlv
and *urelv rtwtore Lout Vitality In old
or yoong, and tit a man for studx, basl
. ni?B or pleasure. Prevent Insanity and
^.^-Jp Consumption if taken In time. Their
soshowsinraidinte improrement nnd e (TeetaCUBS
VJ ax Tablets. The? hare cared thousands end will
;ureron. We gin a positive writUn^SSantee toTefl
e?ta?nreineach oaae or refund the menai; PHM
AJAX REMEDY CO.,32?g^^8t,
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.' .
The ??mSi?g @f
brings joy or pain. It's for the
mother to decide. With good health
and a strong womanly organism,
motherhood but adda to a woman's
Wm? &f Osts^BsaS
tates away all terrors by strengthening
the vital organa. It nts ? mother for
baby's coming. By revitalizing tile
nerve centres it has brought chubby,
crowing youngsters to thousands of
weak women who feared they were
barren. It purifies, heals, regulates
and strengthens, and is good for all
women at all times. No druggist'
would be -rithout it. $i oo
For advice in roses requiring rpecial !
directions, address, giving symptoms,
" The Ladies' Advisory Department, ' '
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn. '
KES.I-OTr?!?A HA UR. of Jefferson, Ga..
SOT*!-"V/hcr. I first took Wi/ie of Cardui
wc hid bien rnwr?ed three yc.irs, but could
Snot have any children. Niuo moatlis later fi
51 h?d a fine gir: baby."
BBMBC0 jm '-"~--nw-: WWWWI .qjgiW^
I will be a candidate for re-election
0 Congress from the Second Congres
ional District subject to the rules and
egulations of the democratic party.
W. JASPER TALBERT.
1 hereby announce that I am ? can
lidate for-Sberiff of Edgefleld county.
. will abide the result of the primary
nd support the nominees of the dem
ROBERT LI DUNOVANT.
I am a candidate for the office of Au
itor of Edgefleld county. I will abid?
he results of the democratic primary
nd support all the nominees of the
arty. ? HENRY C. WATSON.
1 am a candidate for County Treas
rer. 1 will support all the nominees
f the party and abide the result of the
CHRIS M. WILLIAMS.
I am a candidate for the office of
?ounty Treasurer, will abide by the
esult of the primary and support all
he nominees. S. B. MAYS.
I am a candidate for County Super
isor subject to the Democratic pri
mary. I will support all the nominees
f the party, myself included,
B. F. GLANTON.
?o the Voters of Edgefleld County :
I am a candidate for Coroner of the
rand old county of Edgefleld. I had
ather be Coroner than President,
ilect me and I will love and serve you
fell. And will,as I always have ?lone,
bide the result of the primary.
With high regard, yours truly,
There will be a competitive ex
mination held on the 5th day of
lay, 1900, at Blackville, Barnwell
ounty, for the purpose of selecting
^suitable person for cadetship
rom the Second Congressional
district at the Naval Academy at
Annapolis, Md. Applicants must
ie between the ages of 15 and 20
rears and will be examined io the
ollowiug branches, viz : Reading,
Writing, Spelling, Grammar, Geog
?aphy, ?nited States and World's
tlistory, Arithmetic, Algebra and
Geometry. Applicants must be
)f.good moral character and phy
W. J. TALBERT,
M. C. 2nd Dis. S. C.
Municipal Registration Notice!
rHE Books for the registration of
the voters of the town of Edgefleld,
3. C., will be open in the store of C. E.
tfay, in said town, from Thursday.
Marchi, 1900. to Saturday, March 31.
900, inclusive, By order of Council,
hie the 26th day of February, 1900.
W. W. ADAMS, Mayor,
attest : B. J. CROOKKR, Clerk.
Election Notice !
rHEBE will be an election held in
the Court House at Edg^tield, S. C.,
in Monday, April 9th, 1900, for the
mrpose or electing a Mayor and si?.
Aldermen to serve the town ol' iJdge
ield, S. C., for the ensuing two years,
^olis open from 8 o'clock A. M. to 4
l'olock P. M. Managers, W. H. Bee, C.
A. Gray and D.T. Grice. By ordoi of
council, this the 26th day of February,
.900. W. AV. ADAMS, Mayor.
Attest: B..i. CROOKER, Clerk.
J. W. DEVORE,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
?IDO-mriELJj, S, C.
Will practice in all the Courts, Statn
md United States, .
EDCEF5ELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
J. C. SHEPPARD, " W. W.ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
I. M. COBB, B. S.IIOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL.iR,
W. E. PRESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pays irterast on deposits by special
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to busi
yoe (fccouQi solicites.
THE FARMERS Blt!
OF EDCEFIELD..S. C.
?State ai Cotty Bpitarj. \
j Paid-up Capital, $58 OOO
* * * *
Smplns and Minded Profits, $10,000,00. I
A. E. PADGETT, President.
W. H. TIMMERMAN, V-Pres.
J L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier.
W. H. HARLIE ;Ass't Cash'r. ?5 j
Pays Eight per cent, annual divi- jj
H Does a General Baukir.g Business.
5Acts as Guardian, Administrator
5i and Trustee for Estates.
?Pays Interest on Deposits by spe
3 cial contract.
>' Money to Lend on Approved Se
la cu ri ty.
\ YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
? ON BUSINESS TERMS.
Oen*rxl Timo at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eaatorn Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Efl?, ct February 25th, 1900.
Jacksonville (P. S
Charleston, (So. Sj
165a 7 25p
Lv. Ausraita,<So. Ry. W
Ar. Columbia, (U. D.i..?
Lv. Colambi?,(Bldg St
" Rock Hill.
TB?pj 8 40a
Now Y i
" Asheville ....
ll 4Gai 7 65a
t Hftri 7
" Rock Hill .
" Chester ...
Ar. Columbia, (BIA? St
Lv. Columbia, (U. D.V.
Lv. Oolumbia(8o. Ry).
" Braach ville.
Lv. Columbia(?o. Ry.)
" Savannah .
Ar. Jacksonville*?. S.)
.Trafas 43 and 44 (mixed except Sunday)
arnvo and depart from Hamburg.
Stooping; Car Service.
Excellent daily passenger service between
Florida and New lorie.
Nos. 31 and 82-New York and Florida Lim
ited. Daily except Sunday, composed exclu
sively of Pullman finest Drawing Room Sleep
ing, Compartment ard Observatory Cars, be
tween New York, Columbia and St. Augustine.
Nos. 33 and 34-Now York and Florida Ex
press. Draw?ig-room sleeping cars between
Augunta and New York.
Pullman drawing-room sleeping oars be
tween Port Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah,
Washington and New York.
Pullman ?looping cars-between Charlotte and
Richmond. Dining cars between Charlotte
Nos. 35 and 38-U. S. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman drawing-room buffet sleeping cara be
tween Jacksonville and New York and Pull
man sleeping cars between Augusta ?nd Char
lotte. Dining cars serve all meals onroute.
Pullman Blooping cars between Jacksonville
and Columbia, enroute daily between Jackson
ville and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
FRANK S. GANNON, J. M. CULP,
Third V-P. & Gen. Mgr., Traffic Mgr.,
Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C.
W. A. TURK. S. H. HARDWICK,
Gen. Pnas. Ag't.. As't Gen. Pass. Ag't..
Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
928 Broad Street
PLATES, - 85.00 UP
GOLD CROWNS, 5.00 "
AMALGAM FILLINGS 50 "
N. B.-On $10 worth of work we wi!
pay railroad fare both ways when Chi
distance is not greatei than tweutj
live milos from Augusta.
Dn. P. D_ LUXEMBURGER.
Hearts! Hearts! Hearts!
SOLID STERLING SILVER HEARTS,
10c, 13c, 25c; 35c, and 50c. Your Initials Engraved Free.
SOLID GOLD HEARTS,
75c to $8.00 ENGRAVED FREE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION' GIVEN TO MAIL OEDERS.
PRONTA?T'S JEWELRY STORE,
626 BR9AD STREET, A?G?STA, GA.
346-348 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
EDWARD W. S60TT, PRESIDENT.
THE SOCIETY ANNOUNCED ON JAN. 1 THAT IT HAD RE
CEIVED DD RING THE YEAR 1899 APPLICATIONS FOR
FIFTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS
UPON WHICH POLICIES AGGREGATING
FORTY-SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS
WERE ISSUED, BEING
SEVENTEEN MILLION DOLLARS,
57 PER CENT. INCREASE
Over 1898. and that its Gain in Outstanding A-surance was
OVER 15 PER CENT.
During the year the Company paid Policy Holders more than il,500,000
making a total since organization in 1875 of $17,000,000, and closes the year's
business with no death claims due and unpaid. These results have been ac
..ouiplished ata lower exnense ratio than in 1898.
THROUGHOUT THE STATE ON LIBERAL CONTRACTS.
. D. B?IRB, GENERAL ASENT,
_nD^^Li_r>ra-TOisr, JJ. . c. -?
SUTER BROOK II,
ROSE VAL EY XXX,
DUNN'S MONOGRAM RYE.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
'Augusta and Ashville Short Line.'
Schedule in effect May 21, 1899.,
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 12 17p m ll 30 p m
Ar Anderson - 7 30 p m .
Ar Laurens- 115pro 7 00am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
ArGlenn;Sp TS-4 05pm .
Ar Spartanbujg.. 3 00 p m 9 25 am
Ar Saluda- ^5 23 p m 5 23 p m
Ar hendersonviHe 551 pm 1 45 p m
Lv Ashville- 820 am .
Lv Spartanburg 1145 am 4 00 pm
Lv Greenville - ll 55a ni 4 00 p m
ArLaurens- 130pm 7 pm
Lv Anderson.. . . 7 00 a m
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28 p ra 5 00 a m
Lv Augusta- 5 05 pm 9 35 am
Lv Savannah_ 5 55am .
Lv Calbloun Falls 444 p m
Ar Raeigh- 2 16am
Ar Norfolk.... 7 30 am
Ar Petersburg-6 00 a m^
Ar Richmond.... S 15 a m
Lv Augusta. 120pm
Ar Allandale. 3^10 p m
" Fairfax. 3,25 p m
" Yemassee. 4 20pm
" Beaufort. 5 20 pm
? Port Roval. 5 86 p in
? Charleston. 7 30 p m
Savannah. 7 00 p in
" Charleston. 7 28 am
u Port Royal. 7 10 a m
" Beaufort. 7"20 a m
" Yeniassee.: 8 20 a m
" Fairfax. 9 20 am
" Allendale. 9 35 a ni
Ar Augusta. ll 25 a in
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L., and C. and G
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to ticket*
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