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COURSE OF STUDY
FOR TuII P ,I'B1iC' ?SA001' Tit
STATj oF S ' TH CAj0LIN-A
AnnTb uiY TIR SThi IIoA1
jaisog, i r;s gn
(jqHNE.1No, WHITINh, ARITitMETIC.
dontintie ad in previous divis
oujs(HIAIIIY AND 11113TORY.
Completo tho history of Souti
Carolina. Contitnue Maury's Man
7unl of Geography and Hoalth'l
yg.t.AN04HIN, --1C AND DNAW
Cootntiu as in former divisions.
After comploteiig the history
of South Carolina take up Potor
man 's Civil Government.
TEENTII AND FOUIRTEENT.,H
Continue the studios niot. coin
ploted iii the preceeding division.
mFTORHitND er HtoA nY.
HansellN Higher History of the
l'uitod Statoe. Encourage pupils
to read other historios on the same
slibject. Frepueintly assign a cor
taitn topic for study, and ask
them to get. all the information
they cain fid oi it. Anderson's
General History and Tilden's Com
IYG IEN E.
Stowell's Essontials of hoialth.
Stool's Rudimentary Ethics.
This book need not be studied
by those who have studied the
rn're elenwitary work on ethics.
AGIHIC 1' LTU iE.
Winslow's Principles of Agri
REMAIM ON THE COUt'W oF
The school age is fron six to
twenty-one. If a pupil ontors at
six and goes regularly through the
various divisions, he will be twen
ty years old. If ho should soe fit
to go ainother sessNion, he will
duuhi1lass find enlough work in the
higher studios to employ his time.
It may be said in conclusion
that the course as outlined above
i.s not intended to be ai cast-iron
one*. It is initended to serve as5 a
guido by showing the order in
which the various branghes may
bia profitably taken up, and by aug.
gesting to some extent, helpfu
methods of Leach ing cert ain bran
ches. Teachers are requested tc
follow the course as far as8 practi
cable in their various commuuni
ties now, and to work up their
schools nearer andic nearer to it.
Couuly School Comnmissionera
are exp*'cted to report as to the
progress the sohloolsI of their vai
Qua counties aire making in the
adoptAom of the course, and t<'
use their influence in having ii
In making out a program o1
reoitations, the teacher should nol
try to arrange for a daily leason oi
every subject. Every other da'
will be as often as some oft the ad
vanced1 studies can conme, especial
ly if the school has a good man
primary pupils. But. in this mat
ter the detsilsi must ho left to th
teacher. No general schedulo cai
be made out that will suit all cases
Sometimes the school mayfl be o
such a mixedl charaer thati
rmay, be impossible to arrainge
scheduleithat will bring in all th
studies St Iheir proper- time ian
pi.g -It.. may somuetimes 1
fohtdd that n study assigned to 01
divisioal may be completed bofoi
tbh~lose of-that division, or thi~
(nle requm4re a little more tini
than~ the division to which it
assigned allows it. in such cas
the-order of the studies can be fc
lowed, though the time given1
those studies may have to I
lezngthened or shortened.
C~OURS8E OF READING FO
A considerable number of booli
oh education wore recommende
or libraries. It would .be welJ
f course, for every teacher to rea<
-4u ver few will hay.
t. gWy e
ur e isdeigned to give -AY
a theoretical, a historical, and a
practical knowledge of the teach;
, er's work.
THE BOOKS RECOMMENDED.
F White's Elements of Podatlgdy,
pages 131-810. Cofiipayrd's LOUi
ures on Teaching, Part 'Jirst.
Conpayro's Hiatoft of Pedagogyj
the ten chaptrs recozmended on
pages 5-7 for u1s in teacher's
W. D. MAYFIELD,
State Supt. of Education
and ex-oflicio Chairman Stato
Board of Examiners.
With this issue ends the course
of study as adopted by the State
Board. Have you any sugges
tions to offer to the County Board
concorning it, if so, let us have
Jhem now as the board is prepar
ing a graded couso for the coun
try schools of the county. The
Board would like to have the ad
vice and suggestions of all teach
ers who have thought and read on
the subject, and to have them
now. Don't wait until a mistake
is made. but, tell i-now.
Of course all your pupils are
taught how to calculate interest.
Can they write a promising noto,
a note payable to hearer, one1 PRy
able to order, ond pmyable to an
individual only, one on demand,
one withoit interest, one hearing
the legal note of interest, one ne
gotiable and endorse it, one speci.
fying time and place of payment,
a joint note, a bank check, a draft
on some bank, a time draft, a sight
draft, if not, is it nct your duty to
What. are you reading o1 oduca
tion this winter.
From sonie of the papers left at
the recent examination, it is sur
mised that all th.e teachers have
not read and assimilated Chap
man 's History of South Carolina,
nor that they are as well acquain
ted with the geography of South -
Carolina as they might be.
Now is a good time to prepare
yourself on all the branches to be
taught in the schools of the State.
A manager of a noted Teachers'
Bureau in a recent circular says
"The manager has noted the very
small amount of professional
reading and studly done by teach
era and those preparing to teach.
Hie urges upon thme memborship
the necessity of systematic pro
feestonal work, if they w ish to ad
vanice ini their profession."
If you wish to improve, you
muflst read lad studyl the experi
enees and opinimons of t he mem
hers of' your proftession1 who have
had special preparatiorn and ad
vantages, who have given many
y'ears of' observation and studly to
the science and art of education.
You will find that the teacher who
comnmandls a good salary is the
01n0 who reads and keeps up wit.h
All the teach.'rs 'who attended
the State Treac'her's Institute at
Greenville ini 188ti, or the Iter
county Institute at Willianmston,
in 87, Greenville '88 remember
Dr. L. RI. Klemmn. About two
weeks ago he made an add~ress be
fore the State Teacher 's Associa
tAion of New Hampshire, at Man
ehmester oni "'Herbartianism in Ed
- Among thme manly good things he
said0( "FAdlution is growth. All
- have said it, but none convinced
3 us ti I Herhart told us." "'Educa
I tion is the result of our (mutiroeon
-vi ronmienit. No man finishes his
f' education till ho dies." "In order
tto have concentric growth, th
studies must be grouped conceentri
encll y." "Number in the primary
Sgrade a con tains all the ger ms of
the higher miathemnat~s." "'Ap
perception is to the mind what as
SSimlilaition is to the bodly." "One
okind of mental food will not do
t for all pupils." "No two porsons
ethink precisely the saine things ini
the samie way." "Initeiet in learn
ing is the same as appetit3 in eat
mUig." "F~orcing a child to learn is
I- a. precious as forcing him to e'at."
o---.. . ...
S Shot DoWWIthin a Mite of
On the 3lrd .instant about sun
down two miles- fromj Greer., on
R the roadl leading to Reidville,
William Beason was shot down
and will probably die from his
wounds. The circumstances indi
a cate a oold blooded attemnpt to
Smurder a quiet, >eaceable citizen
on the public highway, by three
of his neighbor.. For several
years there .has been bad blood
Sbtween the Beason and Duncan
Ifamilies who live only a mile
apart and some three miles from
Greers. The cause of this badI
feeling is not known or at least
not known to those who gave inv
G4ranville News. th K
[Continued from first Page.]
The returns up to 12 o'clock at
night wore too scattering for any
estimate to be made of the vote
for Governor. The newspapor mon
who flocied at tihe headquarters of
the Democrat ic committeo scratch
ed their heads in vain attempts to
figure out what the total vote
would be in each county but they
could mako no progress. The
bost they could do was to pick up
the returns and trust to something
to turn up which would give thei
a chance to furnish definite figures
for 'the readers of their papers.
THEY WERE ALL JOLLY.
The Democrats at Demooi'atic
lioadquartery wore in a jolly humor
throughout the day and night,
Senator Irby particularly so. He
is as shrowd a politician as there is
in the South and seldom gets
wrong in his estimates. The re
turns were- coming in to suit him,
md according to his figuees, and
io had nothing to make him in
When the returns from Charles
on, Columbia and other cities were
3oming in Senator Irby said that
le expected these places to vote as
htoy did and he did not care. It
dhowed that they had no desiro
For peace and unity and that they
were even cultivating the negro to
1s in the future. He intimated
that thes3 caios had at last
brought upon themselves what
they had been fighting against so
long, a metropolitan
md he thought the legislature
would be fully justified in passing
. hill ostablishing this system. In
ivory way heretofore theso cities
bave fought tho State govern mont.
rhey have not only gotten down
o the point ot fighting the gov
rument but have joined with the
togro. Besides all that Ie had in
ormation going to show that in
Tolubinia and other phwes the po
ice had taken a lively hand in the
ilection in the interest of Pope
mnd had dono all they could for
TilE GOVE.RNOR't VISIT.
Governor Tilman visited Demo.
.ratic hoadquartors onco during
Lhe dlay--in the afternoon. Ho
iaidl that he. would return lator,
)ut he did not do so. He was
mifering from a severe cold and
mind that it would be better to
itay within doors at the Executive
fiansion. He did not bother much
ibout asking for the returns over
he telephone, as he was perfectly
sertainm that everything would turn
ut all right.
At 1 o'clock this morning Sena
tor Irby estimated that the total
rote cast for Governor would be
75,000. Hie gave Pope 20,000 of
this, leaving Evans 55,000, and
giving him a majority of 85,000.
From all the figures that are in
and a general knowledge of the
counties, a represontatives of The
Register gives the following table
as ani estimate of the majority by
which each county will go for
Pope or Evans, as the case may be.
According to this table Evans will
have a majority of 29,550. T1he
nmajoriey wilL. not fall short of
this, and if anything, will exceed
Darlington 500 .
Spartanburg 1 500
Union . 900
York *1 000
- Grand total. 81,850 2,810
Pope has cirried four counties,j
as will .be.seen.
It Shouald Bo in Every Ihouse..
J. B. Wilson, 871 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be with
ont Dr. King'g New Discovery for
Coisuinlptioh, Coighs and Colds that
it curbd foi- his wife who .was threat.
ened with Pneumonia after and at
attack of "La Grippe," when various
other remed ips and several physcians
had done tier no good. Robert Bar
ber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
Kings New Discovery has done him
more good than anything-he ever us
ed for Lung Trouble. Nothing like
it Try it. Free Trial Bottles at W.
T. lcFall, Pickens, S. C. Large bot.
ties 50c anl $100.
Are broken down nom overwork or hutiseoki
cares }3rowviis- Iroi Hiltite's
rebuilds the Systein. idtl id igestion. removes ex
eces f ' - -m run in i et lthe geninelt
A (Gemauisianteed Omua-e.
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to so Dr. King's New Discovery,
for Consumption, Conghs and Colds
upon this condition. If 3 ou are af
fficted with a Cough, Cold or any
Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and
will use this remedy as directed, giv
ing it a fair trial, and experience no
benefit, you may return the bottle and
have your money refunded. We coul1
not make this offer did we not linow
that Dr. King's Now Diseovery etvald
be relied on. It never disappoint.
Trial bottles free at W. T. AlcFall's
store. Large size 50c. and i1.00.
FOlt TII ih 01,t 0
o weakiness. .Yuh.:a, Indigestion and
tIlOWN S T RON U1TTIUTS.
It enir%*.. WieIsy. I or - liv ' ll itaers i
J.I.CH1il'or. New Catssel, Wis., w.*3,
trotiletl with Nermalgia ani liemiatism
Il- stonilaeh wa-Is tlilordeird-, hisLrr
was .l.'et ed to a11 n larning degree, appe.
lite fll away, :nitd le wais terribly reulu.
tl in Ilesh r:d sisrengti. Ih ree bottles
of Electric liitters cred hIm.
Edar Sephierd, lhtr-risbul-r, Ill.,hl
a ruini tg sore on hIi; leg of ecglt year
411nliitr. Use(d t.hiree bottles of llectrie
lit tters IIId seven boxcs of ilicklen's A ru
cai -iSlve, and(] his leg is sound :ltl well.
Jolni Spenker, Ca ltu wba. 0., hilt live large
Fever sores onl his leg, doctors said his
was incuirable. One bottle Eleetric hit
ters 1uid one box Blickler's A oien Salve
culreil hill entireiy. st'- ! bY Osbornle &
Kirklser ant10 W. -T'. Meall;* ickens.C.
.&V YOUR BIACK ACEliR
Or you are all worn out. really go-A fe' ire' hing
it is gotteral dfebility. Iry
RICO W N'S IRON 4IT TTE It 1.
It wilt cure you. ana give a gol appetite. Sold
12 1- 1l)VdIiUI.
EEecte l itlers.
'F i relleiy is becomiig so well known
mind ".( pnhar as to nleed n11 spet ial mn-|
tion. All who hiave usel Electri'.- Ititters
ing the sitme song of praise. & purer
medicine dots not exist, aid it is guaran
t-el to do all that 's cltimed. Electric Bit
ters will cure all diseases of tie liver and
kidneys, will reimlove pimples, boils. stilt
hietuim and otlier atiectionis cansei ny limt.
pure blood. Will (irive malaria from the
system and prevent as well ts cure all ma
larial fevers. For cuire of headache, Con1
stipatio and indigestion try Electrie Bit
ters. Entire satisf actionl g uarantleed, or
money refunded. Price. 60 cents, and $1.00)
per biottle. Sok(1 b~y W. 'P McFaha, Pick
Bes, 8. 0.
Buckten'M Arn-ca Salve.
rhie neCst Balve in the world for cut
bruise5' sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chuilblain ,
corns, andl all skin erup~tions, anid posithi e
ly cures pies, or no pay requiiredl. It is
guaranteedi to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box.
For sale by WV. T1. McFall, Pickens. 8. C
Mr.. Joe Person's Remedy will Cure an'y
Form of Blood Impurity if the Bitters and
Wash are carefully used together.
Iour or fivi yeairs ago I had a
breaking out on my nioso and faco;
it woul (1comlo iln hatrd knots which
wold becomo inw sersl0. The
trouble extendeltd to the (es and
weakened them; the lids became
sore and d ischlargod1. Tfhe faco
had an itching, stiniging sensation,
as if nood(11s worcET p)rickinig tho sur
face. Noth inig I tried gave mo
any rolief. Somie 0110 sonit me1 a
pamplot of Mr's. Joo Person 's
Remedly, and1( 1 concluded to g've
it a tr'ial. I bought heri Remody
and Wash, and. 1 began to improvo
at once. It soon1 mado(1 a perfet'
cure, anld 1 hiavo niever ho01 iontrou
1l(d sinco. 1 also found1( it a line
toniic and1( n ptizer.
D)UTNCA N P. JONES.
Laurin burg, N. C., ,Junie 24, 1891.
Fori sal by Dr ~i. C. W . Iarlo,
P'ickenis, S. C.
W. L DOUCLAS
9 ISTH E BEST.'
NO SQU EA KI NG.
*5. C OR DOVAN,
~4.*5.-- FINE CAl&KNOAROL
4 3.9 POLI0E,3 SOLES.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
0ml W. L.-DOUOL AS,
3feu eann save mone by :nchlasIng W. L.
Because. we are the largest lltunfacturers of
advertiocd shioes int the woril, and1 guarantee
4he value by staanphag the nane and1 price ont
tbe bottomn, which prol -ets you agasust high
prices and the lnidlesk-nan'a profIts. Our shoes
equal customn work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. WVe have thetnu o1l1 every.
where at lower prices for the value given tihan
sny other snake. Tlake no substitute. If your
dealer canuot supply you, we can. sol'I by
For sale bty
W. T. McFall, Pickenbs, S. C.
B. P'..Morgan, Central, S. C.
T1ho only prlomani~ent .cure0 for
chronic catarrh is to thoroughly
expel the poison~ from t ho sy'stemi
by the faithful and persistont use4
of Ayer's Sarsapar'ilila. Thbis 4on..
derful remedy proves stic&4sful
when all other treatmeint hasI
failed to relievo tlio sufforor.
IUENE Jo BATE s,
[Successor to Bates & Ferguson,]
Carriages, Photons, Surreys,
VEHICLES, of all kinds. HARNESS. Robes. SADDLES
COLLARS, BRJDLES, Sole Leather, Shoe Uppers,
Shoe Findings, Baby Carriages, Goat Wagons,
Special Agency--Columbus Buggy Co's Elegani
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g o n Manufacturine
Co's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
facturing Co' Columbia Bicycles.
Largest Bugy, Wagon aud Harness House im the State.
Greenville, S. U.
GREENVILLE, S. C,
100 BREWSTER BUGGIES!.
(Cheapest ever Offered.
We make The ..Best WACONS in the SO)JTH.
H-. C. Miarkley, Prop'r.
G. WX. Sirrine. Suot.
MC1)ef & O0o1ai Tile, Drain -
-AT-- Stove Flue,
A REDUCED PRICES! ADFire Brick:
AN FIRE CLAY.
Str ictly pure Whiite Lead, Lin-.
We are overstocked wvith liar- seed Oil andu Tu'Irpetime, Long
ness and Collars, and wvil save
you money on either. Wer alsoma MrtnzpeRaymie
have in stock SOLE LEATH'ITR,
UPPER LEATHIJER, HA RN ESS
llORSE COV\ERR, HARNEsS &
all kinds. LIl Ot~d~dfoedl
A full line (of Mi.:ss Aso) Boys
We will save you some money entanPateiPis
if you wvill give us a call befor'e Cirh~ mrvdCl~a
you make your pur chases.
GOWER & GOODLETT, ALA BASTINE,
10O2, Main-Street, JBoth white and in tints, the best
Sept. 13, 180-1. Greenville, s.('.
SlIILOH'S CUlHE is sold on a
gu~arantee. It .eures Inci pient 30 91 i iR
consumpIItion. It is the best Q U U l tiW
Cough Cure. Only one cent a J~~ N LNS
(10"*y5 ";0. es"".0 'I, and'lO- DRESSED LUMOER, MOULD
Coughi andl Croup Cure, 's ini
great demanid Pocket size con- ~t~tr01ci.a im drs,11
t ains t wenty-five. (doses only 15~c. WiIittnSrelu eh eoe
Children love i-t. Sold by all u tckt h as~nnwiha r
duggists.>.. dtfo u fic ttera fte~ae
F~OR SALE, A:goodI IBuiIld.- uu~,.iaoio sacl rwie
ng tisinnkrin sitroot, cii..
ainimg oi\'e-half-abras: T'orms cash T .BWRASN
Octii. JAESfaAIUt frelo 8 our OfeMttrar o theWare
T. ...WE . 0N
O c 1 . - A ~ n e , . G e v lls. - a c 5 * 8 4
"Oadesed iofi s'eI . e*60 Oct. 31,9.
Tains run by 75th Meridanime.
.- 1 - o.11i.
c erity............................ to
Ar erry............... ............ 1.10 .
Ar. Ol.to .. Sn)- . . p in
Laurens....Ex Su). -. a8 p .
" Greenwood ... ..... . ............ 2.2p b)>
"Hodges ....5...... ................. p m.
" H lton ....................... ....., 4. .
" Anderson.. ........ . '... .. 4.8 p a,
"seaeo .... ................... 5. w40
" Walhalla ........................ ...... 6.15 $Ira,
" M ~ in . ......... ., .....'......,.. . 00p
I Lv. Waihalla..................... 9.8 af.
Soneca.......... ...........10.00 aub
" Anduron... ............... 11.15 am I
" Bolton. ..................... 11.48 am'
Ar. Donald's.......................... 12. 16m
GT. Abbevillo..;.... .... ...... am'
. Greenwood. ..................1255 pa
" Ninety-Six,. ... ................. 1.8 pa
Laurons (Ex Sun) .. ..... ..l
" linton (Ex Sun)..... ........ 11.10 a331
A " Cobery.. ................ .. 2.9pm
SCharlstn... ............. .. & pm
_Wtween Anderon, Belton and Oireenvile.
No. 1. STATIONS. . No. 1s.
P-mLv..Williamston........ " 1.A0 pm
d p. m .......et............ 11.03am
p15 V. In Ar .....Grenvile. Lv 0.15 am
Between ColumbIa and A'bhvine.
No. 13. ' STATiONS. LaI
a.m........ ILvCha.. 5pm
I.80am ......... Lv.ColumbaAr. ........ 3.53pm
12.1Opm. " ..Aston. ..r....... 3.l0pa
1.16pm ........." ..Santuc.... ".P.M. pm
1.85pm.... ".Union... " ...-1.
.54pm ........ ..Jonesville "i.
2.07pm ........." . Pacolot... -"..2pa
2.35pm ... .... Ar part'b'L v .
3.15pm ...... art'b Ar. 11.am
a 30pm....... .Ar Ashevi lt1o ........ 8.10amk
Nos. 11 and 12 are solid trains betwee Charles
t and Walhalla.
ins leave Spartanburg, A. and C. division,
no-thbound. 4.01 a. m., 340 p. m. ..22p. M., (Ves.
tibuled Limitedl; southbound, 12.57 a. ra., 25
m.. 11.87 a. mw., (Vestlbule4 Limite4). wes
bound. W. N. DivIsion, 8.16 p. m. for Mender..
mo irllo and Asheville.
Trains leave Greenville, A and C,. Divi
northbound, 3 a.w..2.35 ,m.,and 5,8..
tibuled [imited); south ound. 1.52a. m., 4.01 p.
w.. 12.28 p. m., (Vestibuled Limite d
Trains loave Soneca. A. and C. Divi, north.
bound, 1.40 . m.and 12.59p. m.; soutaound, 3.01
a. m. and 6.01 p. m.
. . PULLMAN SERVICE.
Pullmari Paljace Sleeping Cars on Trains 8
and 96, 87 qnd 38, on A. and C. Division
W. H. GREEN. J.M.CULP.
Gen'lg.'r, TraMo Ngr..
Washington, D. C.
E. BERKELEY, Supt., Columbia S. C.
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDAVICK,.
Gen'l Pass. Agt.. Asa't Gen'l Pass Agt.
Washington. D. C. - Atlai, Ga.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY OO
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
Route of the Great Vestibuied
CONDE NBD SCH EDUTLE or' PASS#NGRR TRAiNS, - '
In Effect Ootgther B8th, 1894.
Von'. Lisn F'st Mail.
Northbouind. No. 38 No. 30 ?( g -I
_______ Daily baily D~
Lv Atlanta c time 12.0.) N'n 9.00 pmn - nr8
"A tlanta B time 1.00 pmn 10.00 paa ^b '
"Noreross............ 10.37 pm p.
" Buford .....,.-.......11.06 pmn 1
" Ginevile.. 2.11 U 11.31 pm 10.4$ am .
Lula -.'..... .. ......... 11.53 pm1.2am
Crneia....,.......... .......1.3, am
'Toccoa.........-.... 1. am 1 9 'am
"Westminster .......... 1.1 am 124. pm
Senoca..n... .,........ 1.40 am 18.59-pm
Ceta... .4.46 pm 2.10 am .t4& pm
Greenvill .,,630 pm 30 am 2.35 pma
" Spartanburge 0.22 pma 4.01 am 3.4' pm
'Gaffnoys. .-........... 4.42 am 4.24 pm
"~ Blacsburg. 7.11 pm 5.00 gam 4,42 pm
"44 gson'n.... 5.23 amn AAB. luin
"Gastonla..... ...........A.4 amn 5,84 pmn
Ar. Charleu.... 8.29 pm 6.80 am~ 621) pm
Ar. Dany,.e.... 12.21 am 11.45 am 19.40 am
"lHaltim'eu'P.R.. 8,21 am 21.25pm.
"Philadelphia .. 10.46 am 3.00 am.
"New York.,.,, 1.23 pm 6.23 am
Southaward. No. 37. No 38. No. 1L
____ Daily Daily Da~
[Lv New York P.R4.30 pm 12.15 n't
4' Phliladelphia .. 0.56 pm 7.20 am. ...
" Ha'ltimore.9 . .20 11m 9.42 am
"Washxington.'.. 10.43 pm '11.01 afn
Alcm oi2 .ii r ~i3~.A~7ia Tn
Charlotte...9.33 am 10.50 pm 1990n,
Gnastonaia-............. 11.26 pm 1
"King'sMeunt'n ......."..,....... . i
"Blaoksburg.... 10.48 am 12.05a~t 1.556p
af ey .. -......----- -. . 19 pmn
'Spartanburg 11.37 am 1257a 9.&5 pm)
"~ GreenvIlle.12.28 pm 1.52 amp 4.05 pai
"Central........ 16 pm 2.40 am 5.33 pan
Sf 'uca... ...8.,...301 am .6,01 pAl
' ' inster.. ......,,...........20 pm
'vec"a.-....... a3.49 aim .7.00 pin.
Mount Airy... ..,-..--........... 7.8 pa
Cornelia....... ,....... .......... g
"Lula-----.... .......... 4.42 am 8.8 pm
C aiu;villo.... 3.31 pm 4.59 am - .. paa
" Nuorr.........s..,.. 9.03 pm
Ar Atlanta 10'times 4.'51 p 6O.2tEa pG.:
Ar Atlanta C titap__4.54 pap__5.20 am 9.30 pas
Pullmn Oart ServIce: Nos. 35 and 311 tnt.
ted-St atos FIa5 lMail, Pullman Sloping Cara be.
L~woon Atlanta and N'ow York.
Nos.37 and 38-Wlashington anti Southwestern
Vostibuled Limited. -botwean Nw Ydrk, pad
New Orleans. Through. 1Puamanu '$Ioopra jbe.
tween New York nlid New Orl~ahsgre.ia Atlan.
ta and Montgomeory. and also betW~een Washing.
ton. and Mempphis, via A tlant. 1 and'lrrridgham..
Nos. 11 and 12, Pullman Slooping Car. betwoeer
Richmnond, Danvie and1( ('1tonsbor~o.
For detailed information as, to local and
through timae tablos, ratesq and P'vllmnan Sleep.
ing oar r'eservatins. oonfer with local ageata,
W. A. TURK, S. I.nARDWIC5i.y
GJen'llPass. A f t. As't General Piss Ags
WAsirINNITON, D). 0. ATLANTA,'GA.
wV. 1. RYvDER. Suporintendecnt, .Charlolte.
W. H1. G R E1EN, J.'M, CU LP'
GJon'I 5 gc.. Trrafmo Miin'gr.
WasUItNoToN. D). 0. W~ashing~ton D. 0.
Take your Cotton Seed to P. D.
Curoton, in) Easley, who will buy
youri Cotton Seed and pay the hlighl
est cas~h price for them He iB buy
ing for the South Carolina Cotton
Oil Company, Greenville Mill.