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IN THE RUINS OF POMPEII.
'Evidences cf *he Commonness oi
Slavery Pound on Ail. Sides.
Evidences of the commonness ol
ela very in th* time ?S Po?i>p?'i*B dc
Btructlon are abundant on ali sides
in the ruins. The gladiators were; a
?lasa of slaves trained for fighting)
.and some of the wall scr?bhl?nge re
icr to their condition a/,;ono of slav
ery. Hero is the translation of on
advertisement painted on a wall
?ear tho amphitlieatertv..
jTwenty pairs of gkdiaiors, paid
by) Decimos Lucretius Saltia* ^a
Jeus, prince in tho timo of Nero,
the'son of Decimus,will fight at
P?mpe? on. the 11th, I3th and 14th
. of April
"There ur?ll he a? proper bunting
scjno, and tho awnings will bs
cp^ead. Written by Clov-Emflius
Clfev, writer of inscriptions, t Wrote
tab by moonlight*"
The gladiatore* barracks were am
ple for tho bousing og ?,uO0 or 3,000
men, and it'ia a matter o? record
?hat at pp? wore engaged at
one time in the lrie or doallx oom
bata which stre^hed over a long
festival. Tho actors in these murr
derou? ; sports .wore <<u?rhaiuinsw
from vanoue parta of Europe or
froni Asia Minor end Africa.
; In the Kaples rinrseum i? a bronze
collar which -was worn about the
neck of a . man -whoso skeleton woe
found in a Fom^??n house cellar.
On tho collar exe engraved in Latin
ih?se>*ord8: "$ am a slave. ^Arrest
because ? am running away."
I ^ould not help thinking* "while
looking at /this ingenious ' and cruel
substitute for a .conyicl'-fl dross that
it JSV?S po^ib^that; the poor .wretch
:whp wore of
ih^d?sc?noantemt the hload haired
-BrSona brought home by Julius
OSpar to agrace j bia ;vtrimaph 100
Teas bef?te ^omp^i ?^^o^i^
?effiatn itaipeSl. of lava j^l ?^B?OS.
ehnvelea < face oi tbJit Barneses
SThprn we iknpw ne the Ift&iiph of
men/ who foi animated ^^S^eii
ana Borne, stand undo^ayod in our
pr?s?noe. But I*omr>ei; -presents; tho
picture of an entire city Tesurrwtecl
irom the dead, with all ito appli
ances'..ot Ufo and mearis'o? pleasure,
profit, corni ort, luxury, vice undana^
.--tenance. Tho Ufo .is. gono out fpr
ever, hut tho mun-iimfiod city re
mains-^-n moilumont-- of human in
genuity and frail ty .T-Exchange. .
? .-. .
A Passif ttj^banaV.1,
makes it so hot for her husband that
Jbe ca?ft;Uye With her and leaves her.
[What can sho do ? > -
.. La^yyer^Sue him for support.
f'Suppose V sho h?s ^tb'^r.mm so
i?e^y?y' 3|^^t s?p^
j^?rty lier, because his cis-iitora grab
^ery penny, as qu^al?;as lie gets it ?"
"If lor any reaeo)x ne foils to "pay
Lh?r the amount ordered, he will be
.sent to jail foe contempt .of court/'
''Sap^s^^^?f-ib^?? -li^ out o?;
-the hous?: with a^?atixon and he's
?froid to go ba?k?"
"She eon sue him for deee^ion."
"Well, I don't see sj?yth^ for
me to da. but go ?adb?og myself.":
"It's against tho law. to <KW*tait
.?meide, ano*if yo^^ a^
. tempting it '. you'll1 be imprisoned.
Six and oightpono?, pleaae. Good
. :. * 'A ' rioted;' ettton^ci?gi^
.of etreagth aa esh^Hted in th? h^ofek
lected ? common ht?cteater h&?U
.V'-m'?t-small hag, tho wholo w?j^m?;
?mjees, or .exaotiy ^?. times the;
.rveight of th^bug. Af a p^jye^hr !
?ng 150 pounds ; oo??? c?f i.itf^^j]
ncc^*??igly he contd ; anquldor j
? ;^^?if?^:tr^n;vbf^;o^ --together '.andi
take the wfcoio.lot aerosfl tho ooun? j
? :i^?i%^f$^? an; hour. ^.^V
. One ' ?f 5the se^ement ; Vc*k?
, asked aa east d[de lsd what fire es*
capea -wert) ia^nde4 I er? 'SM
; ?^y^??g.'.elt?^ v
fed v^^i^ii^, ^^^4^^
THE HONEST FINNS.
A Tradeeman Would flathor Looe a Sal?
Than Tell a Lie.
life and property are thoroughly
secure In Finland. Trunks and par
cels are left for hours ip. tho street,
to bo found when wanted by their
rightful owners. In tho country dis
tricts the h&sos are never barred
and bolted> oven in tho absence of
their owner.. Then ooain, it is no
uncommon thing for a blocnung girl
of seventeen or a young married wo
man to drive alone in her cart a dis
tance of fifty or sixty miles through
daroo foresta and by the shores of
gloomy lakes, conveying tho fam
ily's butter, cheese and eggs to mar
ket in town, and then to return home
alone with the proceeds. In trade
the Finns are not only scrupulously
honest ; they are heroically, quixotic
A tradesman will tell you the
whole truth about hie wares, oven
when be.knows perfectly well that
by doing se loses a customer
whbia tho js?rtfal t?-uih would. have
secured. "This seems exactly tho
kind of apparatus I am looking for,"
I eai? to a merchant In HoUin?fors
Bomo months ego in refeVenco to on
artialo that costs $?5, fond I will
buy it at once: if, IcnOwing ?Lat I
want it for, you can honestly recom
mend mo to take it." *'Mo, sir.; I do
not recommend you to take it, nor
have I nhytbingJn stock tut now
that wou?d'.v8pirv?u.?, :'&a$ J left
tho ahop, and?p?rcmised what ? want
"Hero!s> y ?ur, fare?' I.. said to a
peasant iii 'the int?rior.who ?jj had
d?iven rae. for three honre.! through
tba w??v^ on .bis drossy,, handing
nii^t ' keep -it?j?
sligMi$; nodded, ]^.
ft?gbifa'it ?ne:?f n?ture-e'gel
Brammo! 'and.v Byron.
i cadt?ly^ one . brigliF?um
; ^v?w ara*yon; Bi
the : joet. ??'
ed I (he bean. 'Tve
"Yes?" said Byron, with a smiler
"There is somo clevey rhyme , in
life" ? .
"So?" observed Byron, with af
fected surprise. x ,/
"And some pretty good versifica
tion;*' ' \
-Ahl:* returned the poet. '
<tWhy don't you try your hand at
po?try, Byron ?" asked Brummel. :
- Tho two never : spoke to erich oth
. w ?g?iil, .', ?' -" [' ' . ?'- vyr.> ?
, Ds Quincey's House.
| aral American tourists vfere "doing"
the lake region in England recently*
!One? of them, an old lady, rather
deaf,: was on the box seat. As\thi*
Ie passed =tbx? h?uaes nasodated
with famous names in literatune the
dmer directed ^ attention of the
passengers.to them. ? With/a jerk of
tba whip ho annoyed, "!pe Qnin
Iceys hou?e.'* "Whose r? demanded
tbe o?d lady. "Be .Qtin?ejV'- ie*,
plated the driver. ffW*uid-;youTe
'*QffJn?7%" ;:ag?|?:i bawled the
the oh} lady,.and down it,wen* ia
tho nota book: with all tba otbar 00
Paart: H?fe and the O**M^0iw!i.
: ,t3^ d
niag deer countese,* .al^?t&?|i?
scratching out "countese*9 snbs^tut
, ' v, , . ; ;
? i : l^ev^T^n ;th? dean, not to .' -Jp?
; o^o?^^: and ; tben draw' ; h?ft?;;$en
through ?:"que?nw and . snl^ttatsid
.;TDick."_-? . -
?A? xruhl bat of r^r^^i?;rep^ed
^xa^arS ?Car?^ ^?n??u
, They wesa talking about 'wein ?ovor
I i Wm*- l-m^^^km' bf??;f?
r ?fH<fB :oajiy. s^po^^.bi^^'.tt?;:?^
?TH? HORRORS OF WAR,
Pathetic end Tragic incident of tho
Struggia Before Metz.
In tho course of the giant strug
gle before Metz a handful of chas
seurs flung themselves into a email
red roofed farmhouse, determined
to sell their lives dearly. They bar
ricaded the ground floor ap^strongly
ns they were able and fro JU tho up
per story opened firo on their assail
ants. For nearly two hours . the
Prussians were kept at bay. The
storm, of. rifle bullets riddled tho
roof and upper walls, and finally,
ono by one, the chaseepota were si
lenced. Concluding that tho ammu
nition of the little stronghold had
at. length been exhausted and pre
pared for a savage hand to hand
tussle with the garrison, the Prus
sians burst through tho barricade
an? effected an gntrnnce.
To their amazement the ground
'floor wat? unoccupied save for u little
girl of five, who looked *ip i?.%6 their
faces with ? emile of happy uncon
cern. She hod been playing with her
doll and evidently thought that tho
heaver firing had boen an odd nov/
ganjtv which tho "grownups" had
been having especially for her
amusement* As the big bino eyed
sergeant vau.iht her,up in his arms
and kissed her she ne ked, with an
air of disappointment, why they hod
stoppod\ tho pretty "boom boom."
Through tho terrible death wn&stlo
of two mighty nations tins happy
little .house mother had boon pleas
antly aboofb?d?n family earea. Tho
i wrath of kings, tho savagj^ of-.an
cient* raco hatreds, yero tmi^.she
i could'?ot nndorstol?^Y.^en, tno' 3b)nr
rrcane of fire s?d ??ad "Ai?A'- ooo?iictl
to her but such sarango e^aental
music.?je the win.inii?B.nem/'
when a thnnder B??ower swoegw
A* md?ir?fod'to fmo^u^pox^ooT of
tho.'fai'mhoupe^ ondTwhmi ?i? oon
qwr ors f ascenden* "thoy- -io und . am o ag
\yrecfcago.ot-shattered, roof and
crnni!?ingA walla tho - rc^t of ?the .oax
?j^i>ft -e?ro . more j than; liii/B in au
ty&g ^endV Beside..'thom lay the
motnor of tho c??*i wi?t' a^^Saaeepot
.sfcftFol?sched iii ii?r^?nd.
Wrnit He Bjcuoht,
A man in Mon?fem?r, N. X, re>
eentiy bought a bull pup whose list
of rcoommendaiiono was as long, as
.the pedigree received from the dog
fancier. Tho pun waa lonesome in
his new surroundings and raised a
.'m?knolioly'^h?wling;':-t?' mako it gen
erally understood. Four times dur
ing the night the owner was rovjsed
from his sweet suburban sleep to
quiet and console that billi pup. Ho
lind como to believe that tho animal
was reconciled, otid the pup did be
have very '^U-ilSe;?o^)?^8 un
til his owner, who really can . sing,
started, to entortfija soma guests
j witbra solo* .f^?^iijp':p^??^y:;h^
? gan to howl most dismally.
Say/* said the man with intenso
disgust, ^1 bought you for a. dog,
h .-. --mk
I Colonel Mike Pondhue pf ?, tie;
?enth New Hampshire -was some
what fond of drink. After the wat
the Tenths .wishing His picture, opni-;
missioned an artist ip do the job.
Atter t^ jpointing ,was finished, the
artist, according to.the Boston'Her-'
aid, seeing ono of t^^tere? of the
Tenth, an Iriehiria; ^ ?oiled Mm in
to ask his ^piiaioii ^ ni?tMiKa.
; T?IQ old Irishman wikod up to th?
easel, ecmtinksd the pfctare/ and
waa about to put his hand bil th?
"Don't t?nen" it? Bon** touch fH
IVs not dry/'
Pot.. "Then, bo jabera, itte not Mike
An ?dd Wa^er. .. . . '-'.;\/
; : i? queer wager fe one popularly
d_ to have been won by Sir?
" from Qnocn EUzft-,
i? ; on the ! debatable question^ of
hp?7 much * smoko ls; couts med in a
?po^ad i?i':i^bsbGCv;:-A;, pound: M ine
artic? . wosf 3we|gnp4, /burned and
then weighed in ashes, and tho ques
tion ~wasV hettt^ to be e
[sati?pd' by determining the weighi
of the smp?ce as patently- tbacVo? the
tobacco ^fo^ : being bu^
au additic^el weight
with the- oxygen o?
; . captain' of : a . stomer'.'
:, ~-."L?d by $r*^
?%v.?tsnda?d .of tho culina?
|r?;#*^ng^nV^WUh lbj*; ?f?&?.
.vbw^po?kiag t?hoo??yt?\\ fc? r^eph-'
;fiapt^^^ homes foi rru?y wo
??en;1?officiai lifa, sb that, es' tit day?
dates' |4*.-th??r/ gue?*. Air?.
w1jB.'4ft',??w''be'si to';sire ?oma of the
Wt?on*i .?^ftlsfR fr^a.^?jrsf?pf ia.- .
OLD FASHIONED FOLKS,
Thc Kind of Pcoplo One Hardly Eyer
What has become of tho old fash
ioned man who ' carried a shot bag
in hie pocket to koop change in?
Who wore barn doer trousers?
Who kept a bootjack to pull off
Who luid his trousers lined with
Who wore a long Uncu duster
Who carried on old flat carpet
Who greased his boots oa Sun
Who wore a shawl?
Who wore a watch cord with
watch key fastened to it'
What has become of the old fash
ioaed woman who kept a bodkin in
Who baked custard for tea when
oho Lau eompuny ?
Who made impressions around
the edges of pine with a key to make
them look fancy ?
Who woro calico sunbonnets with
Who'wore Shaker bonnets ?
Who seasoned ' apple ' pic V^Th all
Who used indigo to biuo tho water
when washing clothes?
What has become of the old fash
ioned people who poured torin'the
saucer and blew on it to make it
Who ?dbk.. sassafras tea, in tho
Sfjringito purify- tf?er^loo?K?
Who had to learn to like to
Who. saved old rags to trade off
to the tinware peddler ?
What.has beaonie of the ol&fash
iened novelist >who ?lwa?p described
heroines as having dark auburn
ringlets homaging down . their ala
Of the. old-fashioned elooutioaist
Of the o?d lashioaed little girls
who wore lozig^naaldai?paatalets ?
Of <ihe old inahioaed woman who
gave ?catnip tea to babka?
Of tho old fashioned young men
who greased their hair with bear's
oil Bceated with bcrgamot?-St.
Somo Big Families,
Tho record in* family numbers is
believed to belong to. Scotland. / It
is that of a Scotch weaver ia tho
seventeenth century, whose wife
bore him sixty-two children. Only
twelve died in childhood, forty-six
sons aad four daughters, living to bo
t^eniy=cne and upward. This al
most, mcredible record is said to be
ft-lly ?nd absolutely authenticate J.
Sir fohn Bowes and three other?get?
tl?aien each adopted and reared ten
of this prodigious family;
A century ago there died in Ja
maica, a woman named Mills. Her
age "fas given .as iib,c and she was
fellowed to the grav? by ?95 of
her1 children,, grandchildren, great
grandchildren and great-great
graadchildren--no fewer than sixty
of whom, all named Ebanks, belong
ed to the regiment of militia for St
Elisabeth*? pax ?^-r-Chicago Jour
nal.* ' ' ?. :
Rapid arwiftf* of Fungi*
?i. Tfce rapidity , with which many, it
not a?L fungi grow baffles caleula
??o?. Tfec greet "pufibail, Lycope*
don giganteum, will glow aa largo as
a pecx mea?ar# in ?ofr^-eight heu?f,
and specimens cl. Agaricus campes
trls have- developed from tho button
-ro? the G iso of a pea-to a mush
room aa large aa a co?leo saucer ia a
n%hi, IHIC this grea? increaso' is* not
actual growth- These species aro
many weeks forming under the sar
faoe i^^?0^^^?^ma cells are
email and closely packed. When the
propar degrees of moisture and heat'
around this incipient fungus coin
cide! it rapidly absorbs moisture,
'and stimulated [by ? the hfcat: swells to
its full size in ? few hours.
' yWr'-v;i .,"/,; 'j t ...
A Qeaaat?onat Ploy.
A dramatist waited o
ager with bte new jplsy. <<Bear in
mind,- he said, "that the wife dies
of an attack of apoplexy, th? hus
band of cholera and the lover oi a
fit Of hld???S^tt0^*? ? ! V- ' :'h : "
vv v^And hi these nobody left fov tb?
last scene ?"
? : fg^Jftfc'that ia ?ot all.. I r??y
on en additional and very eS^ctivo
inc&??*. ? Whale the spectator? ?re
bf>(bl!^g^r;' ':;/::; .
f*oVo?i Ovm JBvFfafl? .
. Hrary houaehold^saofild ow? a
bedlinen. The&Lag shojiiM not . only
PP$?9??t'' b*#?nt c^fc^ every oc
casion on whieh there is tho '. least
f.^?st^.iVm^b?ot^ is inborn, td be
at^i>fettt Jaie of .inborn sentiments
;;?s*d r,dev?lo^?ent sfp*totmg?
honrf emm^is-c?e of 'the t??
that we, ?essaot b?asg oat too
' or'havs boo sttKi&gcj denMnatratod.
? - You ; ;e?n' i) .val^aji/lei^ia)es?
-A blast issn U??pily LO?? sharp
&..'W' Courage , aodC\.o?ui?oa^aVe;.'.?
,r~ Sooirmen m?re?y Select th'?ieas.f..
er af two evils as a ?ample. ?
?--'?ver^'db?'i:-?? d?y and the
SSi-?t U trna tbs! the avcrsve tti?
yscm be ?MisBsd with tnou^Wbnt
- very aristocratic Southern |
woman saya the Philadelphia Iteeord
who has but reoootly como to
Philadelphia has undertaken a now
commercial enterprise. Sho inteoda
to givo lessons in Southern cooking.
All the renowned Southern delitaoies
cf which one reads in both literature
and history are to bo the eubjeot of
her instruction in tho houses of tho
fashiouablo women hero. Matrons in
mansions on the fashionable Main line
have already volunteered to loud
themsolvos to tho delicate and por*
plexing task of doing up tho ohiokens
in thc true Alabama way; of fixing
the rioe justas it ehould bo fixed, and
the debutautes of tho season have be
oome highly intoreBted in tho new idea.
Hundreds of delicacies uuheard of in
tho North and many of them not well
known in the South will now grace tho
tables of fashionable Philadelphia^
- A largo number of promhent
colored men from all parte ol' Texas
and other Southorn States mot at Hou
ston last Saturday in convention to
consider ways and means for preven
ting tho frequent occurrence of tho
crime of rapo io BectioD-' whore
there is a largo negro population.
Among those present aro a nurooer of
loading colored ministors and educa
tors. It io expected that PL education
al oampaign ataong th? young odored
mon will bo bogue soon, io th? hope
that it will bavo a beneficial efftot
upon tho moral states of the young
-- It's not much use for a maa to
set up as a social reformer when his
children drive the neighbors to pro
SMI and tx?CtiTuaJtojtt?a ]
A.^a?0?WTE.Y AT LAW,
AHDEaSOSC, 8. C.
Office over Post Office Building
Money to lend on Real Estate
ATTORNEY AT &AW.
Office tn Old Benson Building
'Money to Loan on Real' Estate.
Sfotico of Final Settlement.
THE undesigned. Administrators of
the Estate of O. J. Vnudlver, deceased,
herebv give notice that thev vs ill on
Mon dav. the gth day cf Deo , 1905, apply
to the 'Judge of Probate for Anderson
County, 8. C., for a Final Settlement of
said Estate, and n diaohargo from their
office aa Administrators.
A. M. GUYTON. JR.*
W. J. VAND1VBR,
Nov 8,1005 21 5
FARM FOE. SALE.
Situated U miles' from Walhalla, oon
eictlng of 100 acres, 80 acres la cultivation
with good 4-room h~nso and' barn. 70
ocrea In Original fc'dst, constating of
?lne, oak nudpoplrr timber. WH ^0
15.00 per acre. Xand ail liesw- .
. . B. B. Mv: ..J, A.
...:..>.-.: Walhalla, S.O.
yovV,1905, 21 - 4?
Assessment Notice? .
~ Auaitor'a Office, Anderson, G. C.
T?ila office- wUl ba open td re?oive returns of
Beal end Personal property Jor^t?xAtlcn for tte
ij^tctho^L aljmo\ t^bruai/'foUow?^fla'
ThoEoEl Esiate, Let*?od BoBdian ?rsis W
usen d thu*, year. Taxpayers wiU bo careful to
list eaccUy tue oaabcr of tere*, number of
lota and number of building? cn their ?turi?, ne
tho MMsmens made now wai aland fbi tte nest
four ycaya, .. ?
Th? Xi^rs?i? m?ii?m?n aro rf quired by Itv to
Hat for Bli tuesa timi Ml to matetholr own rc
tr.rn? wltb?a tho tima prescribed. Hones ihe
difficulty of del?nqueme escaping the80 percent,
penalty, ia wril ? tho rre<iuonoy or errors re
Saitio?Trott thia practica, .fly all m cn na mose
your O WH returns and thcroby cavo cxponae and
? tniublc* / . -, ?
Ex-Confoder&tQB*]dJora over CO years of ego ar?
exempt from Poll Tar. All o?hor malea bctwpen
the agaa of Si Md ?0 roar?,except tho? looaptblei
ot earning a support oom being malosed .ot nota
Bny Giber came, shall be ti cerned Uucpay obi o polia.
For the convenience o? taxpayer?. 1 will alto
hate Deputies to take fax return* ot toe following
times and place?; . . '
Mo ffett? vii lo, Thursday, January li th.
Ira, Friday, January, 12ih . -^ -
Kosatay'SBio?, Baturday, January 18?h.
! A. E. cteuddy'e Store, Monday, January 15th:
, aurr.Tuaaday, Januar? iBtfi. ,
atornillo, Wednesday, January 17th.
CUnkaonles* MUI, Thuwday, January ISib.
luvten, Tu PKiay, January 16 tb. ,?7. ,
. . Bishop's Branch, eJatnrday. January 20tb.
FITO Forkfl,Moud?y, January^Mnd.
Cedar WrettO, Saturday. January Wtb-a. an.
v.Xywa-?WjFriday, January mt. . .
Tugalow. Saturday, January ?tb.
Honoa Path. Monday and 'Jf aoad*y, January 1Mb
*^^da?ad^ Thursday, January 17th
- ::--?w**mssf? Hcsdsy ssd Taa^r. ??au**ir iSm
and letha - ?;; . '.?
Pelaer, Monday, TueaSay and Wcdnasday, Jan
uary J6ih. 16tb and 17ib up to February W.U.
. Wllltaositon, Wadm-aday and Taunday, Jan
nary l?t> and Utifa ^ ? BOLEMAN, Auditor,
.'?:?0V<9,1?W.-., M ? :-.
WHEN YOU ARE FIFTY
Men will say are 3 ou a 8Ufceea or a
failure, YOU'LL know long be
fore. Success is a structure you build
day by day.
Are you building? Are you laying
by something daily for the docliuing
years? HUNDREDS are depositing
tx part of thtir earnings oacn ^oek;
iiud each month in thu Savings De
partment of The Bauk of Anderson,
where it draws interest compounded
Wouldn't it be wise for you to open
an account and add to it systemati
THE BANK OF ANDERSON.
Oldest and Strongest Bank in upper
Tnat we can supply you .with
First shipment just received,
Your Recounts cannot weil, get Ina tau
_ le if your money la deposited with and
all psymonts medo through the
Loan and Trust Company,
Anderson, S. C.
It la our business td take care of your
buBlaees-the banking part of it-and we
; do it with accuracy that comes from ex
v The Bank's past history Ia a guarantee
I for the roture.
Deposita of any. amonnt'reoei ved.
Interest paid on deposits. Good bor
rowers and good depositors aran ted.
TUE Booka for th? collocUon or State, School
Ul Ooanty TUM ?Ul 1w opened from October
1Mb. ?OS. to DMnbor ?law 1905, in? lorita, an*
ffo= J?oca?r ??, 1905, to March Ut, 1|9S,I viii
collect wita tho ponHty-for January 1 por ccat,
Febreary S ?ar wat, Md from March lal to th?
ISih. -iih 7 Vts -tr.' ssssiif. Arar toa icth o?
Maxah Kanus ?ttl ba laroad. , , ?
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We respectfully solicit a share
ot your business.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having demands or
Mininas against the Estate of
H. Li. Wharton, decoased, are hereby
notified to present them, properly prov- ^
on, to tho undersigned within the time
prescribed by law, and those indebted
are notified to make payment to the
MRS. M. C. WHARTON, .
Nov 22, 1006 23 3
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persona having demands against
the Estate of Nimrod Kay, deceas
ed, are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to the undersigned,
within the time prescribed by law, and
those indebted to make payment.
* M. M. CAMPBELL,
Nov 22, 1005 22 , J**
Notice to Crediton*.
AU persons having demands against
the Estate of Charlotta A? Reeves, de
ceased, are hereby notified to present
them, properly proven, to the undersign
ed, within the time prescribed by law, und
those Indebted tn make pavmnnt.
W. A. G. JAMESON,
Ad m le intra tor.
Nov 22, 1005 _23_8? ?.
Blue Ridge Railroad.
Effective? NOT. 29,1903.
No. ll (dally)-Leave Belton 3.50 p.
m ; Anderson 4.15 p. m. ; Peodieton 4.47
p. m. ; Cherry 4 54 p. m. ; beneca 5.31 p.
m ; arrive Walhalla 5.55 p. m.
No. 9 (dally , except Monday)-Leave
Belton 10.45 a. m.; Anderson 11.07 a. in.;
Pendleton 11.32 a m.; Cherry 11.30 o. m.?
arrive at Seneca 11.57 a, m.
No. 5 (Sunday only)-Leave Belton
11.45 a. m.; Anderson 11.07 a. m.; Pein
dicion 11.82 a. m.; Cherry 11.39 o. m.;
Seneca 1.05 p. m.; arrive Walhalla 1.3,
No. 7 (daliv except Sunday)-Leave
Anderson 10.80 a. m.; Pendleton 10.59 e.
m.; Cherry 11.09 a. m.; Seneca 1.05 p. ni.;
arrive Walhalla 1.40 p m.
No. 8 (dally)-Laave Belton .9.15 p. n?.,
arrive Anderson 9.42 p. m.
No. 23 (dally except SUE lay)-Leave
Belton 9.00 a. m. ; arrlvo Audereon 9.30
a. m. . . ; . - ?;';,;>v
No. 12 (daily)-Leave Walhalla 8.S5 a.
m.; Seneca 8.58 a* m.; Cheri y 9.17 a. m.;.
Pendleton 9.25 a. ta.: Anderson 10.00 av.
m.: arrive Belton 10.25 a. m. ,
No. 15 (dally except Sunday)-Leave
Seneca 2.00 p. m.; Cherry 2.19 p. m.; Pen
dlston 2 26 p. m.; Andoreon 3 10 p. to,?
arrive Belton 8.85 p. m.
. No. 6 (Sunday on ly ) -Leave Anderses.
3.10 p. m.; arrive Belton 0 85,p. ta.
No 8 (daUy)-Leavo Walhalla 8.10 pv
m.; Seneca 5.31 p. m.; Cherry 5.59 p.
Pendleton 6.13 p. m.; Andersen 7.SO p.
ta.; arrive Belton 7 56 pw ra.
No. 21 (dsily axoept 8nnday)-r*oave
Anderson 7,50 m ?.rerirtv? Belton &&
a.m. . ^itt wMrm^t?^^m
? ?. ? t . .. Gr?cnvl??e, a O ,
J. K. ANDERSON, Supt,
?. ? - , Anderson,;?. CV
IL & W. CaroHnii Raliway.
Schedule ia" effect Jon. 23, 1905.
" Calhoun Falls....,
" Sa van nt h b (cen t)
.? Bean fon b..........
" Port Ro^*ai
8.29 e m
0.29 a m
11.16 a m
2 35 p ra
5.40 p ta
7.40 p m
6.45 p m
6.40 p m
Lv Port Ko ml t>........ 7.25a m cO.OOpm
" Beaufort...... ..".;.. 7.40 a ra o.iopm
" Savannah n (Cen t) 5.40 a m o7.i5 pm
" Charleston b ........ 7.10 a ra o8.90pnk
?' Yemaasee ............ 9.15 ? ta l'^pm
"Allendale.:. 10.25 a m 11.81 pta
Ar Angosta. 12.20 p m 1.80 . na
Lv Au?ueta.2.55 p m .........i^V
Lv McOor m lek.*?......... 4.40 p m 6.00 nm
Ar Calhoun Falb ...... 0.45 pm 7.37 a m
fi Anderson..:........... 7.10 o m 10.00 am
Lv Anderson .................... 7.00 a S
Ar Greenwood?........................ 12.39 p ca
" Waterloo (Harria Spring?) 1.17 p n*
.** Laurena. 1.45 p m
? Greenvale. 8.25 pm
" Spartenburg . 8.80 p na
"^Gle?rJSprtngB b.,....i 5.35 p m
Lv pleno Springs (G. ?. K.R.K, 9.00 a m
Lv ?partahburg (?7d> W. l?.k..^|l?01 ?rntt
Lv Greenville.?.....,....yftfrrtajfc 12.15 p m
Lv Laurens.160 p m
Lv Waterloo.?g$ >.>.. 3L? p ?
Lv Greenwood.2.48 p m
Ar Anderson. 10 p na
2. lt i:-?a
.1.10 p. ai
0 7.03 ???
8.5? ? m
cll.05 am ?
11.10 a ai
U.? -etty except Sunday; c. Sunday
Through train service between Au*
gusta and Charleslot:;
For Information, relative to rate?, eta,
apply to W. B. Steele, TJ.T. A., Ander?
t?. C., Geo. T. Bi>5t), G. A., Greenville,
g. C., Ernest WlUlims, Geo. Pass. Agt.,
Augusta, i Ge.j T. M. Emerson, Trafilo
Manager. - ?_??_,