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"Durability is *y$*
Better Than Show/9
The <we*\lth of the multi
millionaires is not equal to
good health* Riehes without
health are a curse, and yet the
rich, the middle classes and
the poor alike have, in Hood's
Sarsaparilla, a valuable as
sistant in getting and main
taining perfect health* It
Scrofula ' Thrco years ago our eon,
now eleven, liad a serious cuso ot scrofula
iu?rV??rys!pe!as with dreadful sores, discharge
lng and Itching constantly. He could not
walk. Severn! physicians did not help for
sixteen months. Three months' treatment
with Hood's Sarsaparilla mado him per
fectly well. Wo are glad to tell others of lt."
MRS. DAVID LAIRD, Ottawa, Kansas.
Nausea - " Vomiting spells, dizziness
and prostration troubled me for years.
Had neuralgia, grow weak and could not
sleep. My ago was against me, but Hood's
Sarsaparilla cured mu thoroughly. My
wolght Increased from 125 to 143 pounds. I
am tho toother of nine children Never felt
so well and strong since I was married as I
do now." MUK. ?.5. A. WATFKB, 1028 88d St.,
Washington, D. C.
Eczema-" W6 had to tie the hands of
our two year old son on account of eczema
on face and limbs. No medicino even
helped until wc used Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Which soon cured." Mas. A. VAN WYCK, 123
Montgomery Street. Paterson, N. J.
Hood's rills euro liver lili ?_ ii?ii-lrrlt*tln>: mid
. only Crtt'mrtle to luke ?Uh Hood'* SHI sn, parilla.
Two Dozen Pen Points.
Let no man who put thoms into
my heart whilo I lived place roses in
my bauds when 1 die.
God will not accept the most bonn
ti fi: 1 culturo for regeneration.
That is a poor ty po of religion
which must be bribed with a prom
ise or scare I with a tliro.it to do its
Many have so much of worthless
treasures that they do not feel tl ie
need of the true.
Tho foundation of tho otornal
houso must ho laid in this world.
I Io who fights tho truth only
wounds his own soul.
There in but ono key that can un
lock the kingdom of death-Christi
Tho cross of Christ is tho only
ladder on which men can climb to
We get what wo oall for from a
fellow-being. If wc appeal to his
lower naiure the bad man meets us.
If wc knock at the door of his bet
ter nature tho good man that is in
him will respond. Christ always
called for tho better.
We must learn to walk on life's
journey. Others may carry UH for
awhile, but thc time will come when
they will drop us.
There are many who can overcome
tho world so long as it wears its
everyday dollies, but when it puts
on its holiday dress and its bands of
music begin to play they surrender
If you have been with Jesus you
do not havo to advertise it for the
world to know it.
You aro engaged in a hopeless
task if you arc trying to get Cod to
compromise truth fo suit your case.
Better bc annoyed with the preach
ing of hoil-firo in this lifo than the
Buttering of it in thc next.
Mon could not destroy (iod's truth,
though they destroyed every book in
which it is recorded.
Tho eternal laws of right and
wrong are not written by men in
books, but by (Jod in man's moral
If there are any virtues in our
lives we should give the world the
benefit of them.
We are not of thc world when its
fortunes cannot allure us and its ad
versities cannot cower us.
The truly great man lives in all
the ages. Tho past pours its sweet
est memories into his listening soul.
The present fills him with its life.
The future claims him for her own.
Meditation is tho soul feeding on
thc food which its diligence has
gathered during tho past.
The value of solitude depends on
thc character of the man who enters
hil? ii s silence.
How sad to think that wo cannot
tell the warmth of a brother's heart
until death hus ms.de it cold.
He is rich who still has character
when he lins lost all else.
Tho storms of life that drive us in
upon self are often more profitable
to us than thc sweetest breezos that
waft us world-war.'.-J. M. Stead
man in Southern Christian Advocate,
Cancer often results from an Im?
purity in tho blood, inherited from
Knerrvtions back. Kew people arc en
ely freo from somo.tnint in the blood,
and it is Impossible to tell when it will
break out in tho form of dreaded dan
cer. What has appeared to bo a mero
Climpie or scratch has developed into
he most malignant Dancer.
"I lind a nevero Onncer wbtoh was nt Hrst
Only a few blOtehSS, that 1 thought would
soon pass away. I was
treated by several able
physicians, hut In Bpi lo
of their efforts the Can
cer spread until my con
dition became Alarming.
After many months of
treatment and growing
steadily worse, I d o
cldcd to try H. H. 8.
which wa? so strongly
recommended. The first
Ixittlc produced nu Im
provement. I cr-ntlnnod
tho medicine, and 1 n
four months the last lit
tle a cn b dropped off.
Ten yenrs have OlapSOd,
and not a sign of tho dlsoaso hns returned."
H. K. WI I.I.I A MS,
It is dangorous to experiment with
Cancer. The disease is beyond thc skill
of physicians. H. H. H. is tho only cure,
booatiBO lt is tho only remedy which
goes deep enough to reach Oancor.
(Swift's Spocifio) is tho only blood
remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable.
All others cont ein pot^ d mer
cury, tho most dangore, ol icrnls.
Books on Cancer and blooo . i8on?r*s
malled freo by Swift Spooltlu Company,
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OF THE TOWN OF^ALHALLai
Au Ordinance' Respecting tho Stroots,
Pavements and Ways of tho Towu of
Wal h ?d In.
RM ir OnnAiNKO hy tho Mayor and
Aldermen of tho Toviu of Walhalla lu
council assembled and by authority of
the Bamo: SEOT?ON i. That it Bball bo
unlawful to mu a horne or mule on Main
street, and any person or persons so do
ing shall bo guilty Of a misdemeanor.
SECTION 2. That'it shall be a misde
meanor for any person or persons to rut
trocs ou any streets of tho town.
SECTION 3. That it Bhall bo unlawful
for aoy person or persons to injure any
abado trees by bitching horses, mules or
othor live stook thereto, or othorwiuo
committing any aet which is oaloulatod
to injnm said troos.
SECTION 4. That it shall bo unlawful
to loavo molon rinds or othor such trash
on tho stroots and any person or porsons
so doing, who shall ref uso to romovo tho
Bamo on request of tho Mayor or
Marshal, Shall bo guilty Of a misde
SECTION ?. That it shall bo unlawful to
loavo any piles or accumulations of lum
ber, titwood, rooks or othor material on
tho stroots, oxeopt South Broad stroot,
along tho lino of railroad or lumber yard,
and any person or persons so doing shall
bo guilty of a misdemeanor.
SECTION 0. That it shall bo unlawful
for any merchant, ?lork or othor porson
to allow to accumulate on Main stroot,
in front of their promises, any awocpinga
or collect ions of papers, papor boxes, tin
cans, broken glnss or orookory, or othor
such trash ; and it shall bo a misdemeanor
for any person or poisons so to do.
SECTION 7. That ball playing or othor
amusements on Main streot aro prohibit
ed, and it shall bo tho duty of tho Mar
shal to arrest all persons so engaged and
bring thom boforo tho Mayor to bo
dealt with according to law. Tho Mar
shal shall also disperse any crowd or
crowds assembled on tho sidewalks of
SECTION rt. That it shall bo unlawful
to shoot guns, pistols or othor firearms,
firecrackers or slingshots, or to throw
lire-balls, within tho incorporate limits
of tho town, and any person or persons
so doing shall bo guilty of a misde
meanor: Provided, n person may shoot
firearms on his own premises for the bona
lido purpose of protecting bin property
from dumago b animals or birds wild by
nature: Provniud, further, that tho dis
charge of balls or shot from any firearms
by any person for tho purposo aforesaid,
within the incorporate limits, snail bo
conlluod to tho promises owned or occu
pied by tho porson shooting.
.SECTION 0. That it Bhall no unlawful to
l ido or drivo upon tho sidowalks, or to
lead a horse thereon, except to cross tho
samo at a regular crossing, or to placo
any obstruction which may impedo a freo
passage on or along any sidowalk, and
any person or porsons HO doing Bhall bo
guilty of a misdemeanor: Provided,
that a drayman may drivo or back his
wagon on tho sidowalks for tho purpose
of loading or unloading heavy trunks,
boxes, Ac. at once, but must drivo ott
(inmediately pftor co doing.
SECTION 10. That it Bhall bo unlawful
to ride a bjeyolo on tho sidewalks of
Main streot between tlu Court House
simare and tho cross streot at J. W. Hol
loman's residence. Any poison so doing
shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor: Pro
vided, that liny person riding a bicycle
who shall collide with a person walking
on tho sidewalks shall bo guilty of a mis
SECTION ll. That all porsons owning
property or living on tho streets of tho
town are required to hang all tiatcs so IIB
to open c tim inside and away from tho
street or sidowalk, and should any gato
or gates be found standing opon on or
across a streot or sidowalk, it shall he
the duty of thc Marshal to tear down and
remove the same.
SECTION Iii. That tho gamo of cock
fighting is prohibited within tho incorpo
rate limits of the town, and any person
or persons taking part in or witnessing
such game, as either participant or spec
tator, shall ho subject to fine or impris
onment ut tho discretion of tho Mayor
within the limits of his authority.
SECTION 1.1. That it shall bo unlawful
for any porson or persons, other than
employees, or passengers coining in or
going off, to assembles at tho depot ill
Walhalla and get on tho trains. It shall
ho tho duty of tho Marshal to bo at tho
depot on the arrival and doparturo of tho
trains and arrest all persons getting on
tho cars, or attempting to get on, othor
than employees or passengers as afore
said, ami bring them boforo tho Mayor
to he dealt with according to law.
SECTION 14. That any person or por
sons violating ?my of tho foregoing pro
visions of this ordinance shall bo liable
to arrest and lino or imprisonment at tho
discretion of tho Mayor within tho
limits of his authority.
SECTION if?. That tliis ordinance shall
bo doomed general and perpetual, Bhall
?io into effect upon its publication, and
continue of force until repealed or
An Ordinance to Preserve tho Health and
Cleanliness of tho Town of Walhalla.
HE rr OHDAINED by tho Mayor and
Aldermen of tho Town of Wai) alla, iii
council assembled, and by authority of
tho same: SECTION 1. That all residents,
who th or owners of property or tenants
occupying the same, within tito incorpo
rate limits, aro expected to keep their
premises in a clean and healthy condi
tion, and any person or poisons failing or
refusing to remove a nuisance, whop re
quested so to do by tho Hoard of Health,
sha" be guilty of a misdemeanor ami
may oe punished at tho discretion of tho
Mayor within tho limits ?if bia au
thority, and such nuisance may bo abated
hy the Marshal at tho expense of tho
owner or occupant.
SEC '".ON 2. That it shall ho unlawful to
establish any slaughter houso or butcher
pon within tho corporate limits of tho
town, and any person or per..on s so doing
shall be liable to fine or imprisonment at
the discretion of tho Mayor within
the limits of his authority.
SKCTIKN3. That any dog running nt lariat! within
tlu- Incorporate hunt , of tin; town, Isa ween thu
1st of .lune nuil tho 1st of October, without a
mtisuslo, ls liable to ho seized and retained hy tho
Marshal for a period of twenty-four hours, du
ring which I Imo his owner can redeem him hy
nsylng tho sum of two dollars, and, if not so re
deemed, tho dog ls then to ho killed. That nny
owner ol' a <\<>y. or dors wild shall let such dotf
or dogs mn at largo on tho streets of the town
without helli); muz/led shall ho deemed guilty of
a iniHilemenuor ?iud shall ho punished at tho dis
cretion of tho Mayor within the limits of his
SECTION 4. That this ordinance shall
be deemed gonoral and perpetual, shall
go into effect upon its publication, and
continuo of force until repealed or
An Ordinance to Regulato Trafile by
Itinerant Traders, Auctioneers and
HE IT OKDAINED by tho Mayor and
Aldermen of tho Town of Walhalla, in
council assembled, ami by authority of
the same: SECTION 1. That itinerant
traders, auctioneers, or transient mer
chants, selling, or in any manner offer
ing, for sale, any goods, wares, or mer
chandise, within tho Town of Walhalla,
at auction or private salo, shall pay in
advance a license tax of twenty-five dol
lars per mouth, fifteen dollars per week,
or live dollars per day: Provided, the
provisions of this ordinanco shall not
apply to ordinary ?lealers in products of
thu farm, garden or dairy.
SECTION 2. That any pei son Belling or
O fiori ng for salo any goods, wares or mer
chandise, as itinerant trader, auctioneer
or transient merchant, within tho Town
of Walhalla, without having hist paid
the license tax required by this ordi
nance for so doing, shall ho subject to
fine or imprisonment at tho discretion
of the Mayor within tho limits of
SECTION 3. Thnt this ordinance shall
he deemed general ami perpetual, shall
go into offoot upon its publication mid
continue of force until repoalcd or
An Ordinanco to Preserve tho Pcaco and
Hood Order of tho Town of Wal
HE IT OKD.MNEO by tho Mayor and
Aldermen of tho Town of Walhalla, in
council assembled, and by authority of
tho same: SECTION 1. That any person
found drunk in tho Town of Walhalla,
whereby thc peace and good order of the
town may bo impaired, or tho conven
ience of ot'ier persons Interfered with,
nindi bo guilty of a misdemeanor.
SE?A?ON 3. That ?ny person commit
ting an aot ot publfo Fudooenoy on a
street ah*U bs cu?'.ty of a n-.i?domcav-or,
SKOTIOK 3. That any person couvlctod
of keoptog ? disorderly bouse within the
limits ul tho Towu of Walhalla shall, upon eon
viet lon of Mich offenco, IM> tined ? suui not losa
tuan $28 nor moro tino? 930, ?ml tho owner or
lessee of any dwelling hoirie or otbor building
ululated within Said Inn? iioi ato limits who leta
or ouWfcta suy sash 'dweilba: io hay person or
pt ?ons, to be used as a bawdy houso or house of
prostitution, shall, upon conviction, pay a fine
of not less tutu *6nor wore than 930, for every
day upon which such house or hu I d ur may be
used or kept, aud bo otherwise inn-' ,V\i within
tho discretion of the Mayor wlthir tho limits
of bis authority.
SKOTION 4. That any Versou or persons who Hindi
bo guilty of fighting, rioting, using profane lan
guago or othor disorderly conduct within t:.o
Incorporate limits shall bo punished as for nrls
SKOTIOM 9. That it shall bo tL 3 duty of the Mar
shal to arrest all person* guilty of uitsdoiueanorH
or lighter crlmos within tho incorporate limits
of tho town by violation of tho laws of
tho State of South Carolina, Ocouoo coupty.
or by violation ot any Ordlnauco of the Town of
Walhalla and bring them before the Mayor or
an Alderman aetlng lu his stead, who shall havo
such power to pass such order In tho promises
as, Innis opinion. Justino may require, conslst
?nt with tho authority of tho Counoil In such
H nor ION 0. That it ?hall Ito the duty of tho
Marshal or Policeman, after tho artest of any
person, whoso violation of any ordlnanoo Inter
feres with tho jtoaco and good ordor of tho town,
or tho conduet of tho person arrested aftor
tho arrest ls made ls such as to Impair tho penco
and good ordor of tho town, to closely confino
Stich person and produce him ns required by
law for examination or proper administration
of criminal tustlco as tho easo may require.
SUCTION 7. That no person or persons,
othor thau a lawful dispeUBOr, shall
soil any spirituous or intoxicating
liquors within tho corporate limits
of tho town, oltbor hy drinks or
in larger quantities, and any poi
son or porsous violating this Section
shall bo subject to lino or imprisonment
at tho disorotlon of tho Mnyor within
tho limita of his authority.
SKCTION 8. That tho Marshal is author
ized to arrest any person found on tho
street s between 10 o'clock p. m. and
5 o'clock a. m. who cannot, givo a satis
factory reason for such presence on tho
streets during those hours.
SKOTION ll. Thnt all plaocs of business
or amusement, must ho closed on tho Sab
bath day, oxcopt drug storos, livory sta
bles and restaurants. And tho violator
of this Section shall ho subject to a
po II al ty of $2?.
SKCTION 10. That any poison found
loafing oi. tho streets of Walhalla, hav
ing no visible means of earning nu hon
est livelihood, shall bo doomed a vagrant.
SKCTION ll. That it shall bo unlawful
for any person or persons to carry con
cealed upon their person any weapon
mentioned in tho laws of the State of
South Carolina as unlawful to carry con
cealed, besides, such weapons shall bo
forfeited to tho town.
SKCTION 12. That it shall bo tho duty
of tho Marshal to arrest, nil persons
found gambling within tho incorporate
limita of tho town of Walhalla.
SKCTION 18. That it shall bo unlawful
for any person or poisons to resist or in
any way interfere with tho Marshals in
tho discharge of their duties.
SKCTION 14. That any poison or per
sons violating any of tito foregoing Sec
tions of this ordinance shall bo deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and punished
at tho discretion of tho Mnyor within
tho limita of ins authority.
SKOTION 15 That this ordinance shall
bo deemed general and perpetual, shall
go into ofTcct- upon its publication, and
continuo of forco until ropoalod or
An Ordlnanoo to Kstahltsh Kl rc Limits in tho
Town of Walhalla.
BK IT OHO AI MI> by tho Mayor and Al
dermen of tho Town of Walhalla in coun
cil nsscmblod, and by authority of tho
SKOTION I. That Uro limits bo estab
lished in tho Town of Walhalla on Main
st reel on both tho North and South sides
thereof between Ann st root nnd Tugaloo
street; thnt within said limits no now
house shall hereafter ho built of wooden
material, and no additional room or
rooms shall bo built of wood to any
house now standing; within said liro
SfCCTION 2. That all buildings hereafter
erected within said Uro limits shall bo
built of brick or stone and covered with
slate, tin, or zinc.
SKCTION il. That no building or build
ings, constructed of wood, of nny size
or dimensions, shall bo built or erected
within 200 feet of either sido of Main
street, within said liro limits.
SKCTION 4. That this Ordinance shall
bo doomed general and perpetual, shall
go into el?cct upon its publication and
continuo of force until ropoalod or
All Ordinance to Raise Supplies and
Mako Appropriations for tho Town of
Walhnlla for tho Year 1809.
BK IT OltDAINKti by tho Mayor and
Aldermen of tho Town of Walhalla, in
council assembled, and by authority of
tho samo: SKOTION 1. Thnt a tax of 'M
cents ou cncli ono hundred dollars of tho
assessed valuo of all real and personal
property, bo levied for ordinary town
purposes to defray current expenses du
ring tho liscal year commoncing January
SKOTION 2. That a tax of JU) cents on
each ono hundred dollars of tho assessed
valuo of nil real and personal pro] ty,
bo levied for tho purpose of paying tho
intel rsi on and retirement of tho railroad
SKCTION 3. That tho tax on real and
personal proporty, as provided in Sections
ono and two of this ordinance, shall bo
paid into tho Ofllco of Treasurer of tho
Town botweon tho 1st day of May, 1800,
and 1st day of Juno, 1800, according to
tho assessments made by tho Town
Hoard of Assessors: Provided, that any
proporty within tho corporate limits on
tho first day of May, not returned to tho
County Auditor, shall bo listed and as
sessed by tho Town Hoard of Assessors
SECTION 4. That on all cireuses and other shows
a tax of one to one hundred dollars per day i in
tho discretion of tho Mayor, shall ho paid.
SUCTION 6. That oaoli and every porson liable to
road duty, under tho laws of tho Ktato, shall
work on the streets ten (lays, or pay at the raie
of 60 cents per day, under tho direction of the
Mayor or some one in lils stead, under the
same penalty as prescribed hy tho laws of the
Mate for nov refusal or neglect to perform said
work: Provided, that said person snail ho per
mitted to pay on or before tho first of April a
commutation fee of $2; hut each and every one
failing to pay before or by tho first of April,
shall no required to pa,- S3. Any pei. on coining
into tho Town after Juno 31st shall pay tito sum
of 81.26 for tho fall working: l'rovlded, ho has
not worked elsewhere.
SUCTION 6. That any person or persons having
elaine, against the town must present them
within sixty days or the santo will bo barred
from payment, unless a satisfactory exeuso is
SKOTION 7. That tho Mayor shall
be paid a salary of ono hundred
dollars for tho fiscal yoar 181)0, to ho paid
quarterly ont of any funds in tho Treas
ury available for ordinary town purposes.
SPECIAL TAX KS.
SKCTION 8. No person, firm or corporation
shall be engaged in, prosecute or carry on nny
business or juofcHslon hereinafter mentioned
without having Hist gah! a special llccnso tax
therefor, as follows, to wit:
Agents for or dealers in ff rt IU tor 8 "other than
regular merchants," $5,
Hank,'with 826,000 capital or les?, $26.
Hank for every 81,000 capital, in excess of
llrokers, dealers in merchandise, produce on
margin or commission, $3.
limber, for one chair, 82.
Harber, for each chair over one, $1.
nilli 'i d, poid or bagatelle tattles, $6.
Hhicksinlth for ono forge. 81.
Hlacksmlth for each ?ihhllt Irina! formt. WW?.
Hoarding house, permanent, except for stu
dents and o, aratlves exclusively, $2.60.
Hoot or shoo shop, making or repairing, 81.
Broker, dealer In horses, cattle or other llvo
stock, not paying liceiiso for sale stable or stock
yard, per year, $ti.
Melcher, dealer In meats Ac., $10.
Dealer in cotton seed, cotton seed hulls and
meal, other than a regular merchant, $6.
Furniture doaler, $3.
Knoll I H an euee Company, life, fire or accident,
Knob lawyer lowing an oilier within the town,
Public. Hearse. ?3.
Contractor doing n business of not over $6oo,
$2.60; over $600, SB; over $1,000, 810. .
Merchants sliali pay a license according to the
following schedule of (crosses!** for the year
and prices upon sworn returns:
linder.8 1,000.$ 3 00
Over. 1.000. 6 00
Over. 2,600. 7 60
Over. 6,000_. 10 00
Over. 7,600. 12 60
Over.10,000. 16 DO
Over.15,000. 17 60
?vcr.20,000. 20 00
Over.26.000 . 26 00
Newspapers, other than dally, llvo dollars.
Photographer, itinerant, ave dollars.
Physician, live dollars,
ltepair shops for guns, bicycle, An., $1.60.
Street wagon or dray, four horses, twenty dol
Mi reel, wagon or dray, two horses, ten dollars.
Street wagon or dray, ono norse, live dollars.
Btttbt?. keeping vehicle* and hoi ter. for hire,
fee? ami ?alo, t woidy-Uvo dollars.
H la ble. feen and Bales, five dol?ais.
rulluv, making ac? rupturing, one foliar.
Hu shop, making or repairing, ono dollar.
Watch maker and Jewolor for repairing, Ac.,
Wheel wright, for repairing wagons and bug
Urclortakor, tltreo dollars.
Buenos 9. That this Ordinance shall ho tn ef
fect on tho io'!; day of February, ami until
that Uay, said licenses way bo issued without
any peualty, to persona now engaged In any of
the above named occupations orImslncsa. From
and after the said lfUh day of February, 18W, lt
shall be the duty of tho Marshal to visit each
and ovcrv person, firm or corporation, doing
business in tho '?own of Walhalla and inspect
their license and report all who are doing busi
ness without lioenso to tho Mayor nt once.
Aoy pei HI m or persons carrying on or prose
cuting any business or occupation, or running
any establishment named in this Or preced
ing sections, without first having taken out a li
cense thorofor, shall bo Unod, except in casv?
whuro special penalties uro imposed, tho sum of
(Ivo dollars per day or bo Imprisoned fora term
not oxcoedlog five days, for cacti and every day
Bitch business is cari lcd on without such license
Mo lioenso shall bo Issued for a less period
than ono year, dated from tho tlrst day of tho
month tn which tho samo is issuod.
For any business,occupation or profession, not
?nmtucralcd in tho foregoing Sc-ct?uua, ibu li
oenso shall bo regulated by tho Mayor.
SKOTION lt). TllO Towu Council hereby
reserves tho right to rovoko any llconso
for any oausn which may seem to it just.
SECTION ll. Tho tax on ronl or por
sonni property provided for in this ordi
nance shall bo collected during tho month
I of May, 1601), and any poison or porsons
who snail fail to pay suoh taxes on or by
tho (list day of Juno, 1800, shall ho liable
to a penalty of twenty poi* cent on suoh
tax, and tho tax, with tho penalty mid
I cost, shall be collected by oxooution or
I of her wino.
Any parson, firm or corporation mak
ing any false or fraudulent return, where
a return is by this ordinanco required,
shall, upon con viet ion, bo lined not loss
than $25, nor moro than $50, or ho Im
prisoned not less than 20 days or moro
than 30 days, or either or both, at the
j discret hm of tho Mayor or Acting Mayor.
A BB80I.UTI0N IIKHI'KCTINO KO HM KU OK
Resolved, That all laws enacted by tho
Council heretofore, not iii conflict with
these Ordinances, aro considered in full
force, and that eaoh and every ono of
these Ordinances this day enacted shall
bo in full force after tho publication of
Dono in Council and rat i
fled under the corporate seal
J^of tho Town of Walhalla on
j thc 4th dav ofPobruary, A. 1).
18011, and lu tho 123d year of
WUUp tho sovereignty and hide
Sendonen of tho United
tates of America.
P. S. IIOLLEMAN, Mayor.
'HC?iPSON, dei k and Treasurer
An Irishman's Doctor.
Tho story given below carries its
own splendid application :
"You can't mako a man sober by
an net of parliament.1'
So thoy said. I thought it over.
It didn't seem to mo a self-evident
"Why not?" said I. Then came a
"You might as well try to cure tho
toothache by not of parliament."
This made mo reflect. I had been
troubled with toothache, worried by
it, maddened by it, kept from my
work, my meals, my happiness hy it.
My health was failing in consequence.
My temper was gone.. .My mimi was
going. I was invited to try various
?'Stop it," said some.
"Hut how?" I inquired.
"Fill tho tooth with gold," they
Tho tooth was thus primed, but,
thc toothache went on.
"Clear it out," said others.
"How? How?" was my agonized
"Clenso thc blessed thing," they
I did. Got inspected, illuminated,
syringed, fumigated, made beautiful
with oainphorated chalk, bath-brick,
plato powder and florilino.
"Give it rest on Sundays," said a
I tried this. Even on Sundays
there were some hotel guest twinges ;
on Monday it was ns bad as ever.
What was I to do ?
"Ho extra careful what you let into
it," advised a civic functionary.
Nothing could exceed my caro.
Three magistrates certified to the
good, harmless, excellent character
of all 1 put into my tooth. I felt
safe. Not for long. I soon felt sold.
Tho results were disappointing, dis
tressing, excruciating. Somehow tho
certificated application lost its vitno
tho moment it got inside.
"Hold a drink of water in your
mouth, and sit on thc lire until
boils," urged a knowing one.
I hogan to think this was tho only
remedy. At last I took counsel of a
f aunt io.
"Try thc parliamentary cure,"
"What's that?" said I.
"Havo the tooth pulled out ; a short
act will do it."
This seemed drastic, lt would
loavo a gap in my social system. 1
An apt old
work is never
1B true of tin
ties mid sp
rue of the
thousa n da
who work all
day in factor
ies and storcB
and half thc
night 1 ii
. ?lot he a or sewing for others to pntch out a
meagre income. Women who are too
much on their feet, or who are unable to
stand the strain of over-work and worry,
.re peculiarly susceptible to tho weak
vicand irregularities that are the batta
?f womankind. The symptoms of mich
derangements are iiiHufhcicnt or excessive
menstruation, headache, backache, neu
ralgia, Icu :orrhon, displacements and ex
treme crvousuesa amounting in many
cases t hysteria. The use of morphine ft?
danger ts and examinations by male phy
sicians are painful and unpleasant.
DradfiekPs Female Regulator, tho
standard remedy for a quarter of a cen
tury, will speedily and permanently cor
j rect thr worst disorders of women. Brod?
I field's Regulator 1? sold by druggists nt
oue dollar a' bottle. Interesting and yolu?
.?hie hook*'for women untiled nco on
TNI IMOFIILD lieUUtTOR CO., Allanta. ?*
sln?latlhg tbeTood and Regula
ting thc Stomachs ni?dBoweb of
IM AN IS ( Hl?.DHi:\
ness and HestContalns neither
Opium',Morphine nor Mineral.
NOT NARCS O TIC.
Amtt Se*? *
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tien, Spur Stotnach.Diarrhoca.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF S&EBB
facsimile Signature of
??i: , Al ii in'oulltsvuUl
^tXACT COPT OF WBAPPEB.
IWM?I ~ SI n
For Infant? and Children.
?The Kind You Have
TH? 0?HTAUH OOMPftHV. H*W VOWW O TTY.
Did you ovor think that thoro in always a
cauHO for thia malady? In women Nervous-1
ness ia gonoi'aliy tho forerunner of oomo I
form of fomalo dieeaBO, euoh as White?,
Painful, Profuse or Irregular Menses, otc.,
olthor of which will produce Nervousness,
in all of its distressing Intensity, If you uso
T""^ f Gcrstlo's
I )( 1 I-" 1 Fe?????
V-fl uk m A ? I Panacea
you will very Boon bo cured of Nervousness |
and all othor fomalo troubles ns woll.
This famouB tonio has cured caius which
have been pronounced incurablo by physi
cians. You can bo cured by tho uso of G.I. P.
I HAVE SUFFERED FOR YEARS
With painful menses, attended with sour stomach. rushhiK of blood to thc hi
ami occasional whites. 1 also havo nevero nsrvousBpellai and henrt.pidmtntion so I
bad 1 cannot re.it. I ha vo used various fem?is remedies for a long tims but found
no relief until about two months nKO, when 1 romm?nccd.usiuKyour Q, F. P.,
and it i , i. i i 111 : mo moro Rood than nil other?. I sind I continue if? use.
MRS. SAU?II JENKINS. 01onmoro.ua.
If your enso in complicated and you wish advice, froo of charge,
regarding treatment, wrlto to
THE LADIES' HEALTH CLUB.
Car* L. QBRSTLB <& CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
For sale by JAMES H. DARBY, Walhalla, S. C.
mould miss an old friend. Tho tooth
wan a vested interest. I hesitated.
[ took courage.
"Let tho operation cost what it
nay, it must come," I cried.
So I summoned thc dentist.
"I am ready for tho parlimentnry
sure," said I.
lt took a strong pull. It was done,
rho tooth was gone. So was thc
,oothaohe. I was happy.
Once more I rc fleeted. Extrae
.ion cures toothache. 1 had never
-calized this before. No tooth, no
oothache. This was strange ; but
.rue. And yet you cannot make a
nan sober by an act of parliament?
Let us sec. No tooth, no tooth?
ioho. Granted. No drinking traffic,
io drink? Ell, what! Is that a fact?
\To drink trafilo, no drink? I never
.bought of that. No drink, no
Irunkenuess. I sec. I sec. Amide
vi th no hind legs doesn't kick.
Ile is quiet. If a man can get notti
ng to drink, tio doesn't drink. Ho
s sober. An act of parliament oan
natte him so. Hy white-washing tho
taloon ? Not (piite. Sanctifying it
)M Sunday and election days only?
Scarcely. What, thou, do you want
>arliamcnt to enact? Prohibition.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Sonic engagements ond happily,
,v)iile others end in marriage.
Cold cash melts lots of hearts thal
ire not affected by wann love
The realties of matrimony aro usu?
illy less pleasing than the illusions
-- -o**?*. --
Some bachelors voluntarily join
lie ranks of thc Benedicts and somo
OAS ?n?r> nxAn
Boara tho T? YOU HaV8 Alwajff BOUgflt
Thc hinges of true friendship never
Pressed corned beef is more sub
itanttal than pressed autumn leaves.
The appointments for tho Wnlhalla
Circuit aro aa follow?:
Kirnt Sunday, at Whltniiro's at 11 a. m. ;
locasseo at if p. m.
Second Sunday, at Doublo Springs at
ll a. m. ; Laurel Springs at :t p. m.
Third Sunday, at Oeonno at ll a. m.;
''.ion at il p. m.
Fourth Sunday, at Fairview at fl a. m.;
it Newry at 7 p. m.
A. A. MKKIUTT, P. ?.
Tho following aro tho appointments
?f the Westminster Circuit for tho year
First Sundny-Hopewell, ll a. m.
Nasaroth, 8.80 p. m.
Second Sunday-Westminster, fla m. .
Kock Springs, 8.80 p. m.
Third Sunday-Coater, ll a. m.
Fourth Sunday-Kock Springs, ll a.
ii.; Westminster, 8.80 p. m.
lt. H. lHONAM., P. C.
If you desire attractive
Job Printing of any descrip
tion send it to the
Courier Job Olllce.
Brief? and Arguments
: : : : a Specialty.
STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA, I
COUNTY OF OCONKH. I
IN THE COURT OP PRORATE.
Hy I). A. Smith, Esq., Probato Judge.
Wu MIK AS, James Seaborn, as Clerk of
tho Court of Common Pleas for Oeonee
county, South Carolina, has mado
Huit to mo to grant him Icttors of
administration of tho personal estate r/
and olfects of Thomas B. Lawrence, ?'o
Thcso aro, therefore, to cito and nd
monisli all and singular tho kindred nnd
creditors of tho said Tlios. B. Lawrence,
deceased, that they bo and appear
hoforo mo, in tho Court of Probate, to bo
hold at Walhalla Court Houso, S. C., on
Saturday, March 4th, 185?), af tor pub
lication thereof, at ll o'clock in tho fore
noon, to show causo, if any they have,
why tho said Administration should not
Clven under my hand tins 10th day of
January Anno Dom i ni I SUD.
f ) D. A. SMITH,
< L.S. > Judgo Probato for
( -v- ) Oconco county, S. C.
Published on tho l!)th day of January,
18W), in tho Koo wee Courior and Oconco
STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
PURSUANT TO DECREES OE
THE AFORESAID COURT, in the
cases mentioned below, 1 will oi?or
for salo, to tho highest binder, at auction,
in front of tho Court House, in Walhalla,
S. C., on MONDAY, tho Otll day of
MARCH, 181?), being Salosday, bo
twoon the legal hours of salo, tho tracts
of land below dosoribod:
In tho case of E. Ii. Creon, Plaintiff,
W. T. Rochester ot. al., Defendants.
Ono tract of land containing flfteon
(15) nores, moro or less, lying on tim wa
ters of Jorry Pall? Creek, and adjoining
tho lands of Mrs. Nollie Phillips and the
MoDuflio plantation; said tract of laud
lying in tho County of Coonee and Stato
of South Carolina.
TERMS: Cosh. If tho terms of salo aro
not coinplicd with in livo days Master to
ro-advortise and rc soil promises nt tho
risk of former purchaser. Purchaser to
pay ox tra for papers.
J. W. HOLLEMAN,
Master Oconco county.
In the caso of C. W. Pitchford, Plaintiff,
John J. Smith, D?fendant.
AU that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, hoing and situate in Oeonee
county, State of South Carolina, on
wators of ('ano orcck, wators of Little
river, and adjoining lands of Jamos T.
Wilson, W. W. MOSH, I. (Sood and Mis.
Airy Sud til and tho corporation lino of
Walhalla, containing fifty-eight (.">8) acres,
moro or less.
TKRMS; One-half ?.ash, balance in ono
year. Credit portion to hear intoiost.
from day of salo and bo secured by bond
of tho puroliaser sud merlango of the
premises. If terms of Halo aro not com
plied with in flvo days tho Mastor is to
re advoi Uso mid ro soli promises at tho
risk of former purchaser. Purohasor to
pay extra for papers.
J. W. HOLLEMAN,
Mastor for Oeonee county.
Eebriiary ./, 1800. 0-0
Notice to Debtors and
ALL porsons indobtod to tho estafo of
. Harrison Haynes, deconsod aro
hereby notified to make payment to tho
undersigned, nnd all porsons having
Hui ms against said estate will present
thosamo duly attested, on or hoforo tho
27fh day of February, 18!M), or be barred.
SHERIFF A. HAYNES,
Executor of Estate of Harrison Haynes,
Jnmiary 20, 1800. 4-7
At tho ???oonl mooting Of tho County |
Board of Couimio&iouoro tho following |
That all tho public rouds of tho oounty
bo worked by oontraot, to bo lot to tho
lowest rospODsiblo b!'ln?r by sohool dis
tr lot? i Provided, tho work oan bo lot for
tho amount at our command.
That, pursuant hereto, tho County
Supervisor bo directed to have inserted
In the oounty papers an advertisement j
inviting bids undor this order; that said
odvort?8oinoat be so framed that contrac
tors will understand that oaoh of thora
will liavo tho benefit of tho work of all
hands who have not paid the commu(a
tion road tax; and, further, that cou-j
fcraotors bs mado to understand in the
advertisement, that they will not be ox
peoted to mako lawful rouds as to width,
out only to koop thom itras good travel
inji order as they have boon in the past.
' Yvhoro thero aro roads needing widen
ing, or other special work, special oon
L rac i M will bo mado.
Road work to bo paid one-fourth tho
Unit of April; ono-fourth May 1st: ono
fourt h November U?L; one-fourth Dooeni -
her 1?.')th ; provided, tho April and May
pay mont s aro not to bo mado unless tho j
roads aro put in good condition by that
AU contractors to bo required to pivo
boud as required by law for tho faithful
porfoi manoo of tho oontraot, tito board
to reservo the right to rojoot nil bids and
to lot all or a part of tho roads of tho
Pursuant to tho ordor, of willoh tho
abovo is u copy, notice ia hereby givon
that tho Board of County Commissioners
will receive bids by school districts for
tho work abovo described, in tho Com
missionci s1 office, ot Walhalla, S. C., at
their noxt monthly mooting, which will
begin at 0 o'clock A. Mr, on Tuesday,
tho 7th day of March next. From now
urttil that timo bids may bo filed with
tho Clork of tho Board, by mail or other
wise, and will bo considered private
until tho day for their consideration.
Contractors will bear lb mind that thc
building and kcoping up of all small
bridgea over dry ditches or gullies will bo
included in their contracta, but bridges
over running si reams under 12 feet, will
bo separat ely lot to tho sa me or Oilier
contractors and contractors for tho roads
will bo given tho proforonco in tho bridge
contracts for their respectivo school dis
tricts, tl. M. llUNNM.'UTT,
County Supot visor.
WM. J. STIUHMNO, Clork.
."Visdensed Schedule In I! flfcct
_' Doo. 4th, 1898._
BTATIONS^ *f?*??- iCTi,
Lv. Charleston. 'J^J^-V?
tv. Columbia....,. ll 05 a m
" Prosperity. 12 10 n.'ti
" Nowborri. 12 25 p ta
" Nluoty-8rx. l 20 p m
.. O roon wood. 7 40 a ni 1 65 p tn
Ar. Hodgon. _? 00 ft m 2 15 p tn
Ar. Abbovillo. 8 40 ft nt j 45 P m
Ar. Belton. JS 60 n ni 8 10 p ni
Ar. Anderson. 0 85 n in 1! 1) ") p in
?r. Greenville. 10 IO- a m 4 15 p tn
r.'?tlaittn.. ? 55 p tn ~~0~80 p jg
LT. Groetivlllo. 68? p in 10 15 ? ni
" Piedmont. 0 00 p ni 10 40 a m
" WllHnniston. 0 22 p in 10 55 oju
Lv. Anderson. 4 45 p in IO 45 A III
f.v. Bolton . 0 t5 p ni ll ?5 a nt
Ar. Donnnlds. 7 15 p ni ll 40 n in
Lv. Abbovlllo.I 3W ii in ll 20 n in
Lv. Hodgon.^7~H5 7>"in lJ65_K~ni
*' Greenwood. 8 00 p in 12 40 p ni
" Ninety-Six. (2 55 p tn
" Newberry. 2 00 p ni
Ar. Prosperity. . 2 14 ji in
"_Columbia. .. S IK) p in
Ar. Olen lenton . .~ 7.'.8 (X) p~m
jpjjpl 8TATIOW8. I^ISO
jSi?Opl 7 10c. f,v....Ci;::rT;:;;ift::. ..Ar rt6(h>|ll 00a
8??n it UOa Coli.nVriu.;r 8 Alp 0 80?
007?. 12 I Op ".Alston.Lv ?aOp 8??a
10Oin 12lp ".Hitntuo." I atp 7 4?O
10 2O.I 200p .Union..< l 05p 7 OQp
IOit0a| 222|l " -Jonesville_" 1225p 0 68?
10 6411 287p ".Pncolot." 1214p 0 42p
11 25n I) 10]i Ar.. Bpnrtnnbui .Lv ll 45s 0 I5p
ll40n 840p LT.. 8part<iuburg...Ar ll 22a 000p
2 45p 7 00pAr.,.. Ashovi I lo,... .Lv 8 2Qn BQjju
"P," p. rn. "A," ix. m."
Pulliiinii palace sleeping on ra on Trn|ni.85and
09, 87 and UH, on A, undo, division. Dining cur?
on tie- o ( ml m servo nil monis enromo.
Tra?na leave Spnrtniiburg, A. <& C. divinion,
northbound. 0:45 n. m., 3 :if7 p, in,, 6:10 p.m.,
(Vest?bulo Limited); southbound 12;20 n. m.,
8:16 p. m., ll :84 a. m., (Vest?bulo Ltinilod,)
Trains leave Orooiivlllo. A. and O. division,
northbound, 6:Mn. in., 2:111 p, m. and 5:22 p. nj,.
(Vestibuled Llniltod) t southbound, li26 n. m..
i :?0 p. m., 12:80 ?. m. (Vestibuled Llniltod).
Trains 0 and 10 carry elegant Pullman
Blooping curs between Columbia and Ashovillo
entonto dally botwoou Jeoktouvilla sndOlnoin
IfUANK 8. GANNON, J. M. GULP,
Third V-P. & Gen. Mgr., Traill.f Mor,,
Washington, D. O. Washington, D. O.
W. A.TUltK. 8. H. HARDWICK,
?on. Pass. Ag't. As'tUon. l'use. Ag^fc.
Washington, D. O._Atlanta, ga,
Condensed Sohoduto of l*M?<tnngor Train*.
In Kflfeet Deo. 4(h, 1803.
Lv. Atlanta, O. T.
" Atlanta, H.T.
" Clim, i vii lr
" ?oneeo .
" Groeuvlllu ...
i" Gaff ne vu.
1M Blackaoitrg ..
" King's Mt ...
Lv. Charlot to. ..
Ar. Danville ..
" Now York
" Baltimore. .
far. hioiiinotid ...
Xiv. Norfoib' .
Ar. Greensboro .
Ar. ( 'lui i lol I ci
J/V. ( lr Ml <ui in.
" KiHK'1 fttt ...
" ) C.? ri, J,,,, . .
" pent rn I.
" Beuren .
?' Mt. Airy.....
" Nororoa? .., .
Ar. Atlanta, K. T.
Ar. AtlRiitii, O. T.
8 60 a
0 ?Ul a
10 05 a
10 85 a
10 58 a
11 25 a
ll ID a
11 58 a
12 62 p
1 40 p
2 84 p
4 2u p
4 88 p
6 OJ p
ii 25 p
0 52 p
ll 25 p
0 4u a
12 00 nt
I 00 p
8 80 p
4 15 p
8 32' n
10 4? ji
10 50 p
1 50 ft
11 M p
0 40 ft
0 42 a
H OH it
10 15 a
12 48 nt
4 85 p
0 P8 p
7 OS p
7 40 p
8 ci i
8 85 I
?3 60 S
1 00 ?
ll ii n
4 20 a
4 ?7 ft
6 03 a
6 60 ft
0 45 ft
7 25 o
7 45 ft
8 08 it
8 83 ft
? 25 ft
12 10 p
1 85 p
tl V.) p
ll 85 p
2 50 a
Lv. N. V.. I'. M. ir. I7T?T5 TWT ~~7, TTTTT
" Philadelphia 8 60 ft 0 55 p .
" Raltintore. . ft 81 ? 9 20 p .,
" Washington. Il 15 ft 10 48 p .
LV ?tlohiiin?id . . . 12 Ol ni 12 ot nt 12 lom ... .'.','i
Lv. DonvlUe. ? p> ?y ^ so ji 010 a . .^.^.
\tv. Norfolk". " " _ o 85 p .....
Ar. Greensboro . .... 0 45 ft . i.
Lr.Qreousboro, 7 20 p 7 05 a 7 87 a. ..TT"
Ar. Clou lot to .... 10 00 p 0 25 a!2U5m
Lv.GaHloula.10 4') p. 1 12 p ... .
" King' ) AU. 1 88 p.,.
" Wncksburg .. u si p io 45 i. 2iWp.
" Gaffneys. Il 40 nj 10 58 a 2 24 p .
" Hpartanbnrg. )2 20 li ll Ki a ?') 16 p.
" Gronnville.... 136 a 13 HO n 4 if) n
" feutrai. 525 p
? Beuren . 3 80 ft | 83 p Olllp '"*'
? We?lminster. ... . 0 80 n ,K?'
i, '?Wa 8W ? 3 |8 p 7 |0 p J??1L.
" lit. Airy.,. 7 88 p ...'."..*
Cornelift. m 00 p 701?
l?ula. ... 4 16 ft fO 18 p 8l4p OMij
' OaiiinsvUlo... i 85 s 8 87 P ?tf)p 7 20ft
Buford.'. o 12 p 7 48 ?j
" Noroross..,,. 5 2,5 a. 0 48 p 8 37ft
Ar. Atlanta, K. T. rt 10 n 4 55 plOHOp 00/) ft
Ar. A MR? ttl, O. T. 5 10 tv ?155 ? Uii-M) 8i)0>>
"A'' n. m.' p. ii ii', "M" noon, ''l?1' nfg?i?,
Clieuspeako I/Inn Ktennuo-? lu i|slly BM-V?DI
between Norfolk and HMltimois.
Nos. 87 and KK- Dftily. Wai hlngton end Booth
wsntern VoHllhuis Minltod. Tlirougli PUIIIURO
sieeping oni H but weon Now Vork ?nd New tlr
leans, via Washington, Atlanta and Montgom
.ry, Mid also bri wenn New i'm k and Mmnphis,
y la WMnfngtou. Atlanta and nlrntlnghsin. f'inyt
plans thorouglifHi e oonohss but weon WSSplng
to? mu? AMnntn. Dining eurs sorvs pl) ni; iii
en route. PullinnndrawliiK room xl?ui.|ngoArq
botwooi) OfMitsboro and Norfo'U, Closo uon*
paqtlon at (fVirfolk forOl.D PO?1 TCOMFORT.
Nos. 85 niul 8?? Unlfixl ?Jlatos Faut Moll
runs solid hut wi MU WasiiUiglttn ipnl Now Of
! . ,,, , via Boutltorii way, A. ?i \y p. l|. l|.
Slid L. & N. H. H., lining e?l?posoij of bftgg&go
oar anti eonulii<H, tit rou i(n \ nie.ut chungo tttf
passengors nf all nlnssfis. Pullman drawing
room ?looping oar? hatweon Kew York and
New Orlenos, via AMnntn and Montgomery.
Leaving Washington pach Wednesday, a tnurUt
flenping ear will run through between Wash
ington nu<l Kmi FinnnisflO without ehangn.
>lning em s lorve all meals mir?me.
Nos. lijar, ?8 rm i 12 -Pullinun shinning car?
between RIohlMond and OhaploMe, vit Dsnvlllo,
vouthbiiund Nos. Hand 87, norihhomp) ?os
88 nnd 13
VilANK 8. GANNON. J. M.OOI.P.
Third V P. A ?on. Mgr.. Ttatflo Nrg'r.
Washington, I). O. Washing ton, D. O.
W. A. TUllK. 8. II, HARDWIOKi
Geii'l Pass. Ag't.. As.VtGsn'l Pass. At'?,.
_ ^VoBhlnptvii, p. ?. _AU*?.JU$?
Anyone Mn?ln* M ??etch unA description mur
quickly ascertain, fro?. Wh et her an tnvoiitloiiitt
probably patontablo. Communications elrtclly
cou (I ito ii tl al. Oldest iwouoy forscciirliiK pntonte
'ti Amorte*. Wo haro n WashlijKtpn office.
Patenta takon through Muna A Co. reoelr*
ipoolul notlco tu tho
beautifully lllusirated. Iirccst clr<nil?.tlt>& ot
any M? loni 1 Un journal, Weekly lorim IMO H yeer t
M.NI nix mouth*. Hpoclmou copies and IIAHU
booti ON l'.vn: s i rf rout free. Addie a
MUNN A CO.,
COI Uroadwnv. Hd*r Void?. _
Pickens R. R. Co,
SC11KDULK IN KtfFKOT JUNK COTU, 1898.
On and after Juno 20th tho following eohodulo
will bo run over tho riokena Railroad for tho
purpose ot hauling freight and passengers, vii,;
?o. 0. Dally Kxcopt Sunday. No. 10.
Head Dowu. Mixed Train. Head* up
4 20 a in... .Lv l'lckous Ar.7 BO a m
6 00 a in.Ar Kaaloy Lv.7 06 a m
No. 12. Vally Kxcopt Sunday. No. ll.
Head Down. raosongor Sorylco. Road up.
l 00 p m.Lt Piokons Ar...6 45 p m
1 40 p m.Ar Kasloy Lv.. ?.6 00 p in
Traine will ston to tako oner lot olf po.aaongore
at tho following crossings: Ferguson's, rar
uons's mid Maulum's. : ,
Dopot will ho opon for tho receiving and dcUy
cry of freight from 8 n. m. to 12 m.
Wo will inako it to your Interest to patronise,
our homo road by giving good nor vi co ?nd
A....r.^...i. I JULIUS K. 1100(18, president.
Approved) J , T BAYLOR. Gen. Manager.
Blue Ridge R. R.
n. C. BEATTIE, RKCEIVEII.
TIME TABLE NO. 10.
8UPEB8EDE8 TIME TABLE JVC
Effective 7.00 A. H., July 8, 1808.
Ex. Hun. U y'
No. No. 12. No. 12
84 ?Walhalla...Lv.. 8 10 am 0 00 am
82 ?Weot Union. 8 20 nm 0 00 am
y.4 ??once?,.8 63 am 0 80 am
18 t Adam's Crossing. 0 17 am 0 48 am
10 tChorry Crossing. 0 20 am 0 48 am
18 .l'ondleton . 0 40 nm 0 50 am
10 tAutuu.0 ?2 am 10 04 nm
7 tDonver.10 Ol am 10 18 am
0 'Anderson... Ar.. 10 85 am 10 85 nm
No. No. ll.
0 ?Anderson... .I.V.. 8 25 pm
7 t Don vor. 8 58 pin
10 TAutuu. 4 05 pm
18 .Pondloton. 4 17 pin
10 tChorry Crossing. 4 20 pm
18 t Adam's Crossing. 4 87 pm
.g Si ?:::;
82 *WcBt Union. 5 54 pm
84 ?Walhalla....Ar.. 0 00pm
(*) Regular Stop; (t) Flag station.
All regular trains from Andorson to
Walhalla havo right of track ovor traluK
of tho same class moving in opposite
direction, unless othorwjBO specified by
Will also ?top at tho following station?
to tako on or let olf papspiigprs ; Phill*
noy'B, James and Sandy Springs.
No. 12 connect? with Southern Railway
No. 0 at Anderson.
No. ll connects with Southern Railway
No. ll at Seneca.
J. R. ANDERSON,
j^Ltlaivtie Coaisi illino,
Pi^uBniiirnp ty Jli't???C?it'r
Wilmington, N. G., February ?4, 1807.
Fast JLino Between Charleston
and Columbia and Upper South
Carolina and North Car?!!'.UL
In oifcct Februarly 21th, 1807.
LeaVe Charleston. 7 ooam
" Lanes. 8 ?Xi M
" Sumter. P ?ft "
Arrivo Columbia.10 55
*. Prosperity.ll 58 p m
M Newberry.12 JO M
" Clinton.18 50 ?.
" Laurons.,I 1ft "
u Groonvillo. 8 00 "
" Spartanburg. 8 00 ??
" Winnsboro.. 0 15 pia
" Charlotte. 8 SO 41
" Uondorsonvillo.0 08 "
" Asheville. 7 00 "
IiOavo Ashovillo. 8 80am
" Uondorsonvillo. 0 15 "
" Spartanburg.ll 4ft "
" Greenville.ll 50 ?
" Lau rons. 1 45 V
" Clinton. 2 10 ??
Newberry. 2 67 "
" Prosperity. 8 18 "
" Columbia.5 15 "
Arrivo Sumter- . 0 85 ?
" Lanes. 7 48 "
14 Charloflton. 0 25 M
Nos. 52 and 53 Solid Trains between
Charleston and Columbia, H, 0,
II. M. EMERSON,
flon'l l'assengor Agent.
J. R. KEN LY,
T. M. EMERSON,
"THE CHARLESTON LINE."
SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA
RAJ LROD COMPANY.
'Iimo.Table, in Kfl'cct January 1st, 1800.
Lv columbi!!....iii, fl 4ft am
Ar Branchville.,. 8 62 am
Lv Rrnnchvillo. 0 Oft nm
Ar ChnrlcBton.ll 00 am
Lv Columbia. 3 65 pm
Ar Charleston. 8 17 pm
Lv Charleston.,.,,, ? oo am
Ar Columbia..,,.Il 00 am
Lv Charleston.,.,. 5 30 pm
Ar I -Miohvillo,,...,,.. 7 8ft pm
Lv Brnnohvillo.7 50 pm
Ar Columbia.,.10 10 pm
(Kast Round-Dally oxoopt Sunday.)
Lv Columbia. 3 65 pm 0 20 nm
Ar Camdon. 0 88 pm ll 40 am
l/V (.'aniden ........ 8 45 am 8 00 pm
Ar Columbi?... .,.41 00 am fi 30 pm
Lv Columbia.0 4ft nm 8 55 pm
Ar Branchville,..., 8 fia am ft 03 pm
Ar Augusta 11 5j am JO 4ft pm
Lv Augusta. fl 20 am 8 68 pm
Ar Branchville .... 8 52 am fl 02 pm
Lv Hranehvlllo.,..., 8 ftft nm 7 50 pm
Ar Columbia.ll 00 am 10 10 hm
AUGUSTA AND WASHINGTON
Lv Augusta. 2 80 pm
Ar Aikon. 3 00 pm
Ar Denmark. 4 jjjj pru
Lv Denmark.,,,.,. fl J7 am
Ar Aiken.?)..,,. ....... . 7 19 Sm
Ar Augusta.,,,...,,,,.7 6ft am
Trains leaving Charleston St 7.00 a. m,
and arriving nt Columbia at (LOO a, m,
run solid from Charleston to Ashovillo,
Through sleeper on train leaving
Charleston at 6.20 p. m. for Atlanta, 0op.
nocting at Hi mich ville with train leaving
Columbia at 8.4ft p. m.
Any furthor information can bo ob
tained from R. L. 8EAY,
Union Tlokot Agent,
Union Dopot, Columbia. S. O,
L. A. EMERSON, Trafilo Mgr!,
Charleston, S, O.