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BATTLE OF NAVARINO.
Some Exciting Incident* of this Fierce
Naval Engagement. i
In the year 1827 the British ad
miral, Ornanney, took part in the j
battlo of Navarino, in which the
English, French and Kussian ships
.entered the fiarbor of Navarino, in
<irecce, and annihilated the Turkish
.und Egyptian vessels, which were
nimble to leave their moorings. The
battle lasipd four hours. Admiral
Omann?y tells this of Sir Edward
Codrington, the admiral in com
mand: "Iiis escapes from death
were marvelous. So that he might
command" a good view of the battle
lie stood the poop of the Asia,
the most fc-xposed part of the shin,
He was talking with the master
when a shpt came and killed the lat
ter at his side. A shot killed an of
ficer of marines who was on the
quarter deck ]ust below the poop.
The admiral left the poop only once
to go forward to talk to tho boat
swain, and while talking to him tho
boatswain also was killed at his side.
"A bullet went through his hat,
_in which it made two holes, and an
other bullet went through his loose
ooat sleeve. Another bullet smashed
his gold watch. When on the poop
he stooped Iiis head under a rolled
owning, and while bent like that
# shot passed through the awning's
folds. At another time he had just
turned from a spot on the poop
when the place where he had been
standing was covered with wreckage
from aloft, which would have crush
ed and buried him. And yet through
out the battle, when men were being
slain and wounded everywhere
around him, Codrington escaped un
Other incidents of the same bat
tle: "An Irishman seized a musket,
.and, with a roar of *Mako way,
there? he swept a road through the
'JTurks by swinging hi3 weapon from
side to side with crushing force. One
of any fellow midshipmen, named
Hicks, was among the boarders,
many of whom had forgotten to take
their pistols. HicVs shouted to the
?rst lieutenant. 'Give them cold
:?hot, sir? And the boarders did,
for .they picked up the cold shot
which was lying about ready for the
guns and hurled it down upon the
In the course of a. conversation
between two men at the club last
might one of them jokingly remark
ed that a man with a "cheek" could
get anything he desired, and lie
hacked up bis statement with the
One of his" friends, a merchant,
had advertised for apporter. A -big,
burly Irishman applied for the job.
'After looking him over the mer
chant was satisfied with his appear
ance. The only objection was the
quer ' iof references, and the Irish
man .d not seem to have a yery
goou. one. "Can you get no better
xef erence than this ?" askedthe mer
chant. "Oh, y is, eor. I kin git ye
the very best kind Of a wan if that's 1
all y? want, sor, and I don't have to
go far for it either. Me father and
me mother,, sor, live down the
athrateV and they've known me oil;
mo life." $% $jt M V;"v *fj
And he landed the job. ? New
Hts Only Magic
The old; ?'tory. of the Irishman
who, whi:n.he was asked how he
played npon the fiddle, answered,
"Ho main strength, be jabersi" is
outdone by the answer of a celebrat
ed violinist to a lady who asked him
the same question. r ;
"Oh, signorl" exclaimed the fash
ionably dressed lady, with a gushing
air. "By what magio do you evoke
such divine strains from your vio
lin ?" %
"I have no magic, madam," an
swered the musician bluntly* "I
have nothing but tho bow and my
hand." . . ;. . \
A curious; instance of the forma
tion of snow was witnessed ?t Agen,
IVance, A; fire broke out in a saw
mill when the temp?r?t uro was 10
degrees below the freezing point.
iThe water thrown upon it was in
stantly vaporized and, rising into
the cold,.dry; air, was immediately
condensed and fell as enow. What
with bright starlight and a strong;
northwest wind blowing, the whirl
ing enow at>ove and the. raging; fire
below, ? brilliant spectacle was pre
Tho spider has a tremendous ap
petite, and his gormundizing denes
all human competition. A scientist
wlMlcarefaUv noted a spider's con
sumption of food in twenty-four
hours concluded* that if the spider
were" built ' proporH?natety to the
human scale he would eat at daVr
break, approximately, a Small alli
gator, by 7 a. m. a lamb, by 9 a. m.
a young camelopard, by 1 o'clock a
8h??p and would finish up with a
lark pie in which there were'12(0
For Infants and Children.
Th? Kind You Have Always Bough!
? Vor \iuu\o\y :? m<iih<r trover
kd?jicb j o; what i'^e ?eighliot?-really
thi?i.fe.pf ??*r chih?u u.
LOST TO THE WORLD.
Hoover's Discovery of the Nature and
Cause of Electricity.
The principal of the village acad
emy in Paines ville, 0., during the
fifties of the past century was a Mr.
Baldwin Bishop. He was a man
whose heart and soul were in Iiis
work. Ho was sure in some unex
pected and original way to show his
disapproval of any individual in the
institution with which he was con
nected who could justly lie called a
shirker. There was in one of the
classes of which Professor Bishop
had charg? a lad by the name of
Hoover, who had evaded the recita
tion of his lessons when called upon
to take his part, pleading a poor
memory. His delinquencies were,
however, almost, if not entirely, due
to a lack cf application, and this the
professor ii tore than suspected.
During che week before the school
session ended for vacation, examina
tions, embracing the subjects stud
ied by the pupils during the whole
term, took place in the class rooms.
During this time it was the custom
of the relatives and friends of the
students to visit the academy. On
the occasion referred to the presence
of a number of young lady acquain
tances : spurred on the boys to do
The subject on which they were
expected to show their proficiency
was fchat of natural philosophy. Aft
er several members of the clasB had
distinguished themselves more or.
less creditably in their attempts to
explain familiar phenomena Hoover,
who had evidently been dreading the
ordeal, was suddenly called upon
and, in deference to "rule and cus
tom, of time and place," stood up to
"Mr. Hoover," said Professor
Bishop, "will you kindly explain to
us the cause and nature of electrici
ty r" *
The question surprised every one
present but Hoover. All questions
bearing upon any subject the class
was engaged in studying were the
same to him.
He colored np and paused, stam
mered and took refuge in his usual
"Professor," he said, "I knew the
answer to that question before I
came to the class, but I have for
"Are you sure you cannot remem
ber it?" asked his teacher. "Take
time and think, sir."
Mr. Hoover shook his head.
' 'No, sir/' he said. "I knew it a
little while ago, but it has slipped
my mind entirely."
"What a pity !" said the professor,
approaching him and laying his
hands ..upon Hoover's shoulders as
he turned him about, facing the vis
"Ladies and gentlemen," he said,
"look at this young man. Of all
who have lived upon the face of the
earth one person?but one?this
Mr. Hoover, if he has told us the
j truth, has learned the cause and na
' ture of electricity, and," continued
1 Professor iV. ;i-.op, dropping his
voice, "the pity of it is that he has
forgotten it 1"?-Success.
Each to Hia Trade.
Kullack, the famous pianiBt, was
once invited to dinner by ? wealthy
Berliner, who was the owner of a
large boot manufactory and had
been a shoemaker in his time. After
the repast Kullack was requested to
play something, and he consented.
Not long afterward the virtuoso in
vited the boot manufacturer and
after dinner handed him a pair of
"What am I to do with these ?"
inquired the rich man. '
With a genial smile Kullack re
"Why, the other day you asked
nie. ?fter dinner to make a little mu
sic for you, and now I ask you to
mend these boots for mo. Each to
A Famous Map.
; Interesting discoveries are made
now and then by students in the big
old libraries. ; While Baron Nor
deriskjold was : gathering material
for his" "Atlas of Ancient Cartogra
phy^ he discovered in the British
museum the only known copy of the
earliest general map of Germany.
.This was the famous- map of Car
dinal .Nicolas of Cues. The map
was completed in 1464. tEhis find
greatly interested geographers. Mer
cator's famous nvjr of Germany waa
published more than a century after
that of the learned cardinal.
A Persistant Dun.
An aged lady "complained to a
London magistrate that because ahe
was a little behind in her rent her
landlady followed her to church and
asked for it there. The landlady
into a pew alongside of her
and when she was joining in the re
sponses was constantly whispering
to her about the rent. When it came
to the response, "Incline our
hearts" the landlady would add,
?To pay our rent." The.magistrate
said that it was very annoying, but
there was nothing illegal in it. '
?? <?'- < *"-?
? Don't think because a girl gig
gles at everythlng.a man says she has
a kfii n a 3D se of hua? or.
? A tnsn's bump of imagination
muH be well developed to enable bitn
to write ati inicroetiog Jove letter.
? Tbat woman never lived who
hrsn't at'some tirne in'her life been
.lenij'tca to write an nrioriyruous let
?- A civil engineer is v.oi monarch
of all he suive r?.
Few Mermaids are Left.
The strangest of all strange fish
must be the manatee aad the dugong,
eays Field and Stream. The latte? is
the mermaid of fabled lore. The du
gong live in Mucks along the shores of
the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea and
the Gulf of Manaar, whero they
browse on seaweed and river vegeta
They are very affectionate io dis
position, and especially is Ihis shown
in the love of the mother for her off
spring, which is much stronger thau
1er instinct of self-preservation. The
male will not 'eave the female if she
bo attacked, and instances are on re
cord where the companions of the
manatee gathered round and mado
an effort to withdraw the deadly har
It is supposed that the rude ap
proach to the human outline observed
in the Bhapo of the head of the du
gong, the attitude of tb' mother in
clasping her young to her breast with
one flipper while swimming with the
other, holding both.*above the water,
and suddenly diving and Bhowing her
fish-like tail when alarmed, gave rise
to the mermaid myth first told by the
Arab seamen. Jules Verne gives a
thrilling desoriptiou of the capture of
a dugong in the Red Sea when its
flesh was desired as food. Naturalists
tell us that the flesh of the manatee
or of the dugong much resembles well
fatted pork, of pleasant flavor, and is
highly esteemed as food. For this
reason they were much hunted and are
fast beooming extinct.
He Told the Truth.
An Irish gentleman had a splendid
looking cow, but she kicked bo much
that it took a very long time and it waB
almost impossible to milk her,s? he sent
her to a fair to be sold and told his
herdman to be sure not to sell her
without letting the buyer know her
faults. He brought home a large
prioe which he had got for it. His
master was surprised and said, "Are
you sure you told all about her?"
"Bcdad, I did, sir," said the herds
man. "He asked me whether she was
a good milker. 'Begorra, sir,' says I,
'it's you'd be tired milking her.' '
Seventy Years of Irish Life.
What Onions Will Do.
A Texas physician says, "The eat
ing raw onions has been known to
leave consumptives plump and rosy.
It cures dyspepsia and is a thorough
worm medioine for children. It will
do much to refine the complexion, re
new the hair and remove spots as any
one artiole known. - There need be
no hesitation in eating onions freely,
since the use of a toothbrush and a
dose of charcoal or the chewing of
some roasted coffee or corn will re
move the odor."
He further says that an onion is
altertive and a tonio and its nourish
ing properties are more than double
those of the potato.
The Buffalo Express tells of a photo*
grapber's method in quieting children
sitting for their photographs.
A friend of ours took her four-year
old girl to a photographer. Tbe child
couldn't be made to sit still. He of
the camera vainly endeavored to make
the little wiggler sit still, and finally
said to the despariog mother:
"Madam, if yon will leave the little
dear alone with me a few minutes I
think I can succeed."
The mother dhn scarcely withdrawn
when she was summoned baok by the
triumphant photographer, who exhib
ited a satisfactory negative. When
they reached home the mother asked:
"Nellie, what, did the riian a?y to
you when I left ycu alono wish him?"
"He thaid," lisped Nellie, "thit
thtill yon little rathoal, or I'll thake
yon!" m , m
The Milo Thing.
"A village client of mine had bean
trying through me for seven years to
collect i a claim against the govern*
aient," said a lawyer, "and at last
the olafm was allowed, A?dlreeeivod
"An the man was poor, I knew that
this would be a great windfall for
him, and it was with considerable
exultation that I put the shook in my
pocket and smarted for the house.
The man himself was away Bomewhere,
but aa his wife ao a were d jnrknock ?
showed her the check and called out V
" 'At last, Mrs. Davis, at last!'
" Whitish?' she asked."
" 'The claim has bcon allowed, and
here is a check for $3,0001'
" 'Yes, I see,* she answered, 'but
please don't talk quite so loud or you
will wake the baby i*!>!' Chicago
? There ere a lot of things that a
man would not want half so much if
he thought there was any chanco of
?- When ah engagement is announc
ed in a small town the rest of the in
habitants begin to discuss which of
the two contraotting parties is going
to got the worst of it.
? Sour.d judgment doesn't neces
sarily make the most noise.
Foared the Worst.
Friday Yixer, a familiar negro about
town in a certain part of Mississippi,
had been found dead, and he being a
inembor of no church or lod^c?very
unusual for a negro?there was uo oue
to pray for bis soul iu the great be
yond. A few old intimates, however,
carried the body to the cemetery iu a
rude pine ooffic, and Bob McRavcu,
one of the number, an old "befo'-de
wah darkey" was called upon fora few
remarks. Bob removed his hat and
stepped reverently and sadly toward
the open gravo, and in solemn tone.?
said: "Friday Vizor, you is gone
whar we 'spects you ain't."?Lippin*
The Elephant's Milk.
A schoolms-'tsr hud just finished a
lesson on "Food" when a little boy
put up his hand. On being asked
what he wanted, ho replied:
"Please, sir, Jones said he knew a
baby that was brought up on ele
phant's milk and it gained ton pounds
in weight every day."
"Jones ought not to tell you such
rubbish," said the master; then ad
dressing Jones, he said:
"Tell me whose baby was brought
up on elephant's milk.*'
To which Jones hesitatingly replied:
I "Please, oir, it was the elephant'B
baby." -The Tatler.
He was sitting in the parlor with
his best girl. Shortly after 9 o'clock
her little brother entered the room
and after some time asked the vis
! "Say, Mr. Jones, can you swim?"
i "Now, Johnnie, you go out of
here. You shouldn't UBk Mr. Jones
such a question."
"Oh, I don't mind," said Jones,
evidently trying to make a favorable
impression on the youngster. "Cer
tainly I can Bwim. But what made
you ask me that question ?"
"Well," replied Johnnie as he
backed to the door, "I heard sis fell
ma that she was going to throw you
In London's Subway.
We all know the tiresome traveler
who loves to ask the name of each
station at which a train stops during
a journey. A passenger in a third
class carriage on tho underground
railway had put this question to ev
erybody in turn as station after sta
tion on the Inner Circle wa9 passed.
At last an old woman, who had. not
spoken before, answered the inevita
ble inquiry by putting up her nose
and sniffing critically. *'Westmin
ster bridge," she then said gravely.
"They all smells different."?Lon
? It is lots easier to be smart than
to keep from being too darned smart.
? A girl likes a modest man who
is always on tho point of becoming
? A man leaves wealth behind him
in an automobile; to overtake it he
must erawl after it on his hands and
? A woman has to be mighty pret
ty to make you feel it would be a
shame to expect her to know how to
have good things to eat.
? It makes a woman pretty excited
to think there might be a telegram for
her which the company would not de
liver just out of meanness.
? Love is blind to the interest of
all gas companies.
? Some men are too lazy to make
either enemies or friends.
? Only a born diplomat can be
frank and popular at the same time.
? The plainer the woman the long
er it takes her to select a becoming
?- Beware of the. man who has a
mania for.telling hard-luck stories.
? Job was a patient man, but he
has no record as a successful fisher
? If love were really blind, age
would have fewer terrors for the fair
A young man may be as old as
he feels, " bat he is seldom as rieh as
?-Many a man has died without
a struggle who found it impossible to
live that way.
; ? A girl who can love but once
spends the most of her time in front
of a mirror.
? No woman would ever quarrel
with a man if it wasn't for the pleasure
of making it op again.
? A girl doesn't really believe t'
a young man never made lo*? to an
other girl, but she says she doss. .
s He whf> doesn't marry too yo un g
remains in the bachelor olass to th j
end, eccordiog to a disappointed bene
An occasional domestic storm is
nec?ssary to olarify the matrimonial
?'Never judge a man by what a wo*
man values him at in a breach of
? When a man goes out without
an umbrella and gets caught in a rain
he acts as if he ought to bo allowed to
sue the government fo.r having a
? It's awfal hard for a girl not to
have on innocent look if fihe doesn't
RIGHT TIME TO CURE CATARRH.
Evans Pharmacy Guarantee Ilyomci
Will Cure if Used Now.
The early summer when the weath
er becomes warm and settled, in the
best time of the whole year to treat
catarrhal troubles with
tiou of complete and lasting relief.
Everyoue who has catarrh, or even
a tendency to catarrh, should use
liyomei now, for the benefit will bo
gained twice as quickly aud the dis
ease thoroughly eradicated from the
The complete Ilyomci outfit costs
but oue dollar, and iucludes a neat
pocket inhaler, a mediciue dropper,
aud sufficient My oui ci for several
weeks' treatment. The inhaler lasts
lifetime, and if more liyomei is
needed, extra bottles can be obtained
for 50 cents.
In Anderson there are scores of
well known people who have been
cured of catarrh by Hyomci. If it
does not euro you, Evans Pharmacy
will return your money. This is the
strongest evidence they oan offer as
to their faith in the remedy.
? It's all right to nod to an auc
tioneer if you wish to buy or to be
- It sometimes happens that a mac
quarrels with his wife because she
? Nover judge a man's ability as t
horso trader by the prayers ho offen
? What has become of the old
fashioned woman who used to roast
her own coffee?
? A man oan mako or loso a for
tune whilo two women are sayinj
goodby to eaoh other.
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Confederate Reunion, Louisville, Ky .
June 14th-10tta, 1905.
The Southern Railway announces verj
low rates to Louisville, Ky., and return
account Confederate Veterans Reunion
from the following points:
Blacksburg. 10 15.
H par tar burg. 0.55.
Equally as low rates from other points
Tickets on sale June 10th to 13th, in
chouvr-; final limit Jane 10th, 1005. At
extension may be had to July 10th
1005, by depositing ticket with Join
Agent, Louisville, and upon payment o
fee of 50 cents.
Side trips from Louisville to pointi
in Kentucky can be made at very low
For full information as to rates, time
tables and Pullman reservation, consult
Agents ttoutbern Railwav, or?
R W. HUNT,
Division PasHsnger Ageut,
Charleston, 8. C.
NEW PICTURE GALLERY.
See us for best Photographs at loweBt
prices. Also, for Copying and Enlarging,
at No. 301 Depot Street, one block from
Court IIoupp 8quare.
Yours to please.
J. W. SMITH & CO.
May 10, 1905_47_3m
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having demands oi
. claims against the Estate Ol
O. W. Long, deceased, are hereby
notified to present them, properly prov
en, to the undersigned within the time
prescribed by law, and those indebted
are notified to make payment to tbe
TJ? J-1 T1 Til ' Trr^Tl
?l. V/. .X
May 17, 1005_48_3_
Scholarship and Entrance
The examination for the award of vacant Schol
arships in Winthrop College and for tue admis
sion of new atudonts will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 7th, at 9 a. in. Ap
plicants must not be less than fifteen years of age,
When scholarships are vacated aft?r July 7, the;
will he awarded to those making tbo highest
average at this examination, provided they meet
the conditions governing the awaid. Applicant!
for scholarships should write to President Joho
son before the examination for scholarship appli
Scholarships are worth 8100 and free tuition
Tbe next session will open Septsmber 20. 1905
For furthor information and catalogue uddrcst
1res D. D. JOHNdON. Bock Hill, 8.C.
Keep a Record of
Pat jour money in the Bank and
I pay your bills by check.
j * The Bank Book is the best record
' of receipts, and your check is the bes1
I receipt for your bills.
The SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
of The Bank of Anderson will pay
you interest on that idle money you
have. One Dollar will open an ac
THE BANK OF ANDERSON.
Capital $160,000?Surplus $150,000
J. A. Brock, President.
B. F. Mauldin, Cashier._
Fo?ejr*s Honey and Tat
tor children tsafc, sura. No opiates.
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ATTORNEY A.T LAW,
ANDERSON, S. C.
Office over Post Office ?Kiildinp.
flei. Money to lend on Real Estate.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.
IF tlmt name stands for s<iuare
dealings and truly artistic?
That's what our name Stauda for.
Call and inspect our handsome
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all payments made through the?
Loau and Trust Company,
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It is our business to take care of you
business?the banking part of it?and w
do It with accuracy that comes from ei
The H'ink's past history is a guarantc
for the future.
Daposlts of any amount received.
Interest paid on deposits. Good boi
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THE hege log beam
Heacock-King Feed Works
Engines and Boilers. Woodworking
Machinery. Cotton Oinnino. Brick
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Machinery. Corn Mills. Etc., Etc.
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The Gibbes Shingle Machine
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THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County or Anderson.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
James S McCully, Plaintiff, apainst Mrs. Amend
J. Allen, J. Ban. Allen, N. A. McCully, Carri
If. Patrick, 8.Joe McCully, Anna J.Humphrey
Wade C. Humphreys, Anna V. Weaton, Louli
L. Humphreys, Nello Humphrey a. Martha I
Oaborne, Elma Oshorne Blanton, Effie Oaborn
Bleckley. Thoe. T. Osboroe, Jaa 8. Oaborne, I
K. McCully, Sr.. In his own right and a* Ad
mlnlstrator with Will anneied of Stephen Mc
Cully, deceased, P. K. McCully. Jr , R. 8. Mc
Cully, Elizabeth McCully, Margie Maxwel
- Clarence Preroat. Stephen Prerost, Erlaln
Cheshire. Marie MarattaU. Adele Prevott Ballet
and J. 8, FovIot, Defendants.?Sutnmona fu
Belief?Complaint not Serred.
To the D?fendante abore named :
YOU are hereby summoned and required to ai
swer the Complaint In this action, whlc
was, on the 26th day of April, 1909, filed i
tho,o?ice of thelClerk of the Court of Corn mo
Pleas at Andereon C H., 8. C , and to aerre
copy of your answer to tbe aald Complaint on th
aufecribera at their office, at Anderaon C. II.. 8. C
within twenty days after the serrlce hereof, as
claalre of the day of such service ; and. If toi
fall to anawer the Complaint within tho dm
aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action will eppl
to the Court for the reUef demanded to the Com
Dated April 26, 13?5.
simpson a noon,
[Seal] Jmo C. Waikina.c. cup
To the Minor Defendant, Mm. Adele Prevoai
Balles: You will take notice that unless you pro
cure the appointment of a guardian ad lltem t<
rei resent you in ibe above Stated action within
twenty days rroct tbe aerrlco of this 8ummoj
npon you, mcIusIto of the day of service, thi
iMntiir herein will a ply to the Court for th'
nppotntineut of a guardian ntt lit u; to appear It
>cur behalf, SIMPSON a II00D,
?lalutlfffc Alti rneys.
April US, 1?t>3 43 6
BANNER 8a uvte
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BRING FANCY PRICES
To grow a lirge crop of cor>d potatoes, the
coi! must contain plenty <'l Potash.
Tomatoes, melons, cabhaice, turnips, lettuce
?-in l.n t. .til vegetables remove l ir^o yuauti?
tics ol lV>ush hum the soil. Supply
liberally hy the use of fertilizers eemtninitiir
n.'t .fis th.vt |0 per cent, actual I'otash.
Hotter ami more profitable yields are sure to
t >ur pamphlets are not advertising circulars
booming inecial fertilisers, but contain valu?
able information to farinera. ?cnt Ire? lor the
askinif. Write now,
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ot your business.
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ANDERSON, S. C.
voice Over Post OUI ce.
?$r- Money to Lend on Real Estate.
April 13, 1004 43 ly
Blue Ridge Railroad.
Effectue Nov. 29, 1003.
No. 11 (daily)?Leave Belton 3.50 fp.
m. ; Anderson 415 p. m. ; Pendleton 4.47
p. m. ; Cherry 4 51 p. m. ; 8eneoa 5.31 p.
m : arrive Walballa 5.55 p. m.
No. 9 (dally except Sunday)?Leave
Belton 10.45 a. m.; Anderson 11.07 a. m.;
Pendleton 11.32 a m.; Cherry 11.39 a. in.;
arrive at Sonooa 11.57 a. m.
No. 5 (Suoday only)?Leave Belton
11.45 a.m.; Anderson 11.07 a. m.; Pan
dleton 11.32 a. m.; Oberry 11.39 a. m.;
Seneca 1.05 p. m.; arrive Walhalla 1.2,
No. 7 (dailv except Sonday)?Leave
Anderson 10.30 a. m.: Pendleton 10.59 a.
m : Cherry 11.09 a. m.; Seneca 1.05 p. m.;
arrive Walballa 1.40 p m.
No. 3 (dolly)? Laave Belton 9.15 p. m.;
arrlvo Anderson 9.42 p. m.
No. 23 (dally except Sunday)?Leave
Belton 9.00 a. m.; arrive Anderson 9.30
No. 12 (dally)?Leave Walhalla 8.35 a.
m.; Seneca 8.58 a. m.; Cheriy 9.17 a. nr.;
Pendleton 9.25 a. ,m.; Anderson 10.00 a.
m.; arrive Belton 10.25 a. m.
No. 15 (dally except Sunday)?Leave
Seneca 2.00 p. m.; Cherry 2.19 p. m.; Pen
dleton 2 20 p. m.; Anderson 3 10 p. m.;
arrive Belton 3.35 p. in.
No. 0 (Sunday only)? Leave Anderson
3.10 p. m.; arrive Belton 3 35 p. in.
No s (daily)?Leave Walhall* S.i? p.
in.; Seneca 5.31 p. m.; Cherry 5.59 p. m.;
Fendleton (1.12 p m.; Anderson 7.30 p.
m.; arrive Belton 7.58 p. m.
No. 24 (dnily except Sundav)? Leave
Anderson 7.50 a. m.; arrive Belton 8.20
a. m. H. C. BEATTIE, Pres.,
Greenville, S. C
J. R. ANDERSON, Supt.
Anderson, -i. C.
T'e wiint every inan nnd women in the
rj utted States Interested in the cure of
Opium, Whiskey or other drug habits,
either for themselves or friends, to have
ou? of Dr. Woolley's books ou these dis
eases. Write Dr. B. M. W oolley, Atlanta,
Ga , Box287, audoue will beseut you free.
G. & W. Carolina Railway.
Schedule in effect Jan. 23, 1905.
Lv Anderson .
" Calboun Falls...
" Savannah b (cen t)
" Beanfort b.
" Port Royal.......
7.00 a m
8.29 a m
9.29 a m
11.15 a m
2 35 p m
4.30 p m
5.40 p m
7.40 p m
0.45 p m
0.30 p m
0.40 p m
4.ir, p m
0.0'j p m
a 7 00 am
8.55 a m
10.05 a m
ol 1.05 am
11.10 a m
Lv Port Koyal o.
" Savannah b (ceu t)
M Charleston b.
Lv McCormick .
Ar Cal hou n Falls.
" An demon.
7.25 a m
7.40 a m
5.40 a m
9,15 a m
10.25 a m
12.20 p m
2.55 p m
4.40 p m
5.45 p m
7.10 o m
C9.00 p m
c7.l5 p m
c8.20 p m
10,20 p m
1.30 a rr
6.00 a m
7.37 a m
10.00 a m
" Waterloo (Harris Springs)..
11 Spartan burg.
7.00 a m
12.39 p m
1.45 p m
" Glenn Spring* b.i 5.25 pm
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Lv Spartan burp; (O. A, W. i).
9.00 a m
12.01 p m
12.15 p m
2.20 p m
2.46 p m
7.10 p m
.ally except Sunday ; c, Sunday
Through train service between Au
gusta and Charleston.
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