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THE ROAD LAW.
Sections of the General Statutes St:!l In
Section 108.. Any person liable to
road duty who fails to appear and work
without justidiable excuse, after being
duly warned for12 hours, shall be deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on con
viction before a trial justice, shall be
fined not less than $5 nor more than $10,
or be imprisoned not less than 5 nor
more than 10 days.
Sec. 1086. On any extraordinary occa
sion when anyhighway shall be sudden
ly obstructed by storm or otherwise, so
as to require immediate labor to remove
such obstruction, it shall be the duty
of the overseer to call out a sufficient
number of hands to remove the obstruc
tion. If any person shall in such case,
perform more days' labor than required
by law for the year, he shall be paid
for any such overplus, at the rate of $1
per day, by the County Commisrioners,
upon the certificate of the overseer to
Sec. 1088. The overseer shall allow a
man working one day and also fur
nishing a horse, plough or cart, two
days' labor; and one working himself
for one day and furnishing a wagon
and two horses, mules or oxen, three
Sec. 1089. All able-bodied male citi
zens (except such as are exempt by law)
between the ages of 16 and 50, are re
quired to perform each year not less
than 6 nor more than 12 days' labor on
the public roads under the direction of
Sec. 1090. Teachers and students of
schools and colleges and ministers of
the gospel who are serving a congrega
tion as pastor shall be exempt from road
See. 1092. Overseers shall have full
power to cut down and make use of any
timber, wood, earth or stone, in or near
the road, bridges or causeways. for the
purpose of repairing the sams, as to
them shall seem necessary, making
just compensation therefor, shcu!d the
same be demanded; and any person
who hinders, forbids or opposes an
overseer in using such timber, etc.,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean
or. Provided, that no overseer shall
cut any timber trees reserved by thi
owner in cleariag his land or planted
for the purpose of shade or ornament,
either in the fields, around the springs,
or about the dwelling-house, nor cut
any rail timber when other timber may
be procured at or near the place.
Sec. 1093. For the purposes of road
duty, the residence of any person who
has a family shall be held to be where
his family resides, and the residence of
any other person shall be held to be
where he boards.
Sec. 1094. All public roads leading
directly from any part of the State to
Charleston, Georgetown, Columbia,
Camden, Hamburg or Cheraw, shall be
30 feet wide, and all other roads shall
be cleared 20 feet wide.
THE N~Ew ROAD LAW.
Sec.]. The County Commissioners
are hereby authorized and required toi
divide the public roads of the county
into highway districts of such size as:
they may deem advantageous, and
appoint.an overseer for each district,i
and assign such hands to each districti
as they may see proper, having regard
to the importance of the road and the
residence of the hands so assigned. ~
Sec, 2. Every person so appointedj
overseer, unless exempt from road
duty, shall be required to serve as
hereinafter provided, and any person
/refusing or neglecting to serve when
appointed sh .l forfeit to the county
the sum of twenty-five doilars. The
term of offce of such overseer shall be
two years from the date of appoint
ment, but no overseer shall be required
to serve two terms in succession, and
shall be exempt from road duty for
two years immediately succeeding such
Sec. 3. The County Commissioners <
shall furnish such overseer with a list
of all persons liable to road duty who
are assigned to work up:n the high wayj
district over which such overseer is,
appointed, and it shall be his duty to
warn out such hands at the times and
places designated by the County Com-1
missioners, and at such times as the
exigencies of the weather may necessit
Sec. 4. The County Commissioners
shall require all persons liable to road
duty to work upon the public roads not
less than six nor more than t welve days
in each year, and eight hours of actual
work to constitute a day's work under.
Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of each
overseer to keep a list of the hands
under his control and note the hours
of actual work which each hand per
forms, and to return to the County
Commissioners after each working
ordered by them a ist of each hand
under his control who works, and the
number of hours he has actually
worked. He shall also keep a list of
such handis as refuse or fail to work.
and make his return to the County
Commissioners wit'u his certificate at
tached thereto as to the correctness of
Sec. 6. The County Commissioners
shall direct the times of working said
road, and the place in each district at
which the work shall begin and the
overseer in each district shall proceed1
to wcrk the road under his charge:
thoroughly as he goes, arching the 4
same to the center, with drains on
each side to convey the water, taking
care to protect such drains from wash
ing. He may make the road twenty
feet wide, and shall protect it by suita
ble drains from interferen::e by cul
Sec. 7. The County Commissioners
shall provide such overseers with such
number of picks and scrapers as they
may see proper, and such overseer shall
be responsible for the custody of the
same. All hands warned to work the
road shall bring such working tools as
the overseer may direct.
Sec. S. Any hand may compound for
his work by paying to the overseer,
and taking his receipt in writing there
for, the sum of six dollars per annum,
and all sums so received shall be re
turned by such overseer to the CountyI
Commissinersat their next meetingr
thereafter, with a list of the persons
paying the same.
See. 9. All moneys received as afore
said by the County Commissioners
shall be expended by them for the im
provement of the roads in the district
where the moneys were derived.
Sec. 10. It shall be the duty of the
County Commissioners to enforce the
provisions of this Act, and for any
neglect or refusal they shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and shall each
be punished by a fine of not less than
ten nor more than fifty dollars for each
offense by way of refusal or neglect.
To Outlaw Crinoline.
ALBANY, Feb. 13-Assemblyman
Frank D. Smith of Erie County in
troduced a bill to-night making it a
misdemeanor "to sell, give, or furnish
to any citizen of this State what is
known and called hoopskirts, or crino
line," or to wear the same. The
preamble of the bill recites as follows:
Section 1. Whereas, It is reported in
the public press that the fashion of
wearing hoopskirts or crinoline is about
to be established in the country which
will result in a great deal annoyance
and inconvenieuce to the public, to
travel and especially at church, theatri
cal and other public gatherings, and to
save the additional space which would
be required at the World's Fair at
Chicago, and the granting of additional
and larger appropriation by the federal
government and the several States.
"Dry Dollar" Sullivan wanted it
referred to his Committee on Commerce
and Navigation, which was done.
PRINCESS OF WALES FROWNS ON CRIN
[From New York Sun.1
The Princess of Wales has at length
taken a decided stand against crinoline.
She has been replenishing her ward
robe recently in preparation for the
approaching Mediterranean cruise.
Before making definite selection as to
style her tailors sent her one of the
latest crinoline skirts, a tailor made
tweed garment of voluminous propor
tions compared to those now in ordi
nary wear, and stiffened with a horse
hair cloth lining so as to hold its full
ness. The Princess at once expressed
dislike of the new style, which her
good taste rebelled against as inartistic,
nd she at once emphatically declared
that she would have none of it. So
her order was given for a number of
:ostumes of the same severely plain
ashion as heretofore, depending for
style entirely upon perfect fit, not only
istra fullness of skirt being avoided,
but extra Sullness of sleeves also.
SIRS. CLEVELAND SAYS NO CRINOLINE
LAKEWOOD, Feb. 1S.-Mrs. Cleve
land does not approve of crinoline. She
>stated to a number of ladies who
alled at the Cleveland cottage the
ther day to "talk style.'" "I am per
~ectly satisfied with the present style,"
aid Mrs. Cleveland, "and see no rea
on why it should be changed."
Mrs. Cieveland was asked by one of
~he ladies whether her dressmaker was
~oing to use any crinoline in the gar
ents now being made up for her.
'Noue whatever,'" replied the wife of
he next President.
One of the ladies who called upon
Irs. Cleveland said afterward that she
2ad intended having her dress made up
n the new style, but had changed her
ind and would stick to the old style.
SENSATION IN ANDERSON.
honey Used Legally and Illegally to save
the Murderer of Alderman Gireath,
[Special to Ne ws and Courier.]
ANDERsoN, February 1'.-A great
sensation was caused in Court this
afternoon by the reading by the solici
or of several affidavits from thorough
y reliable men that they had heard
B. P. Trammell, a policeman here, say
hat he had been given two thousand
lollars by one Harper with which to
'work" the jury for the Mims Sullivan
rial, and that ae had worked several,
:alling them by name. Another police
an made affidavit that he had seen
'rammell give money to one of the
urymen named. The evidence isstrong.
A rule to show cause why he should
2t be punishrd for contempt was
ssued against Trammell. The case will
be called to-morrow.
THE POLICEMAN LEFT.
ANDERISON, February Is. -B. P.
'rammell, the policeman who was
:arged with bribing jurors 'for the
sIim-Sullivan case, did not appear to
iswer the rule issued against him for
sontempt. He has not been seen since
.0 p. mn. last night. The presumption
s that he has fled. Judge Iziar lined
im $100 this morning. A large crowd
ad gathered to hear this unusual case.
[t is probably the first case of the kind
o happen here. The Court of Sessions
Ldjourned this evening.
Of Course, They Weigh.
"'This lette r will take two cents
nore postage," said the clerk to a
na who handed in bearing two Col
"But 1 weighed it before I stamped it,
md it was just right," objected the
"That many be, but the stamps you
mt on made it overweight. It will
ake another now."
Whiskers that are perman.-ntly gray
r faded should be colore<d to prevent
:he look of age, and Raekin,gham's
Dye excels all others in colorin brown
l fakes Child Birth Easy1
0Endorsed by the Leading Physicians.:
U Book to "Mothers"rmalRed F.RE E.
oBRADFIELD REGULATOR Co. e
The Wonderful Cotton Seed.
The oil companies are now pay
ing from $20.00 to $22 00 per ton
for cotton seed. The prices of the
product stand about as follows: Cot
ton seed hulls for cattle and sheep
feed, 82 50 to $5.00 per ton in differ
ent parts of the Soutb; cotton seed
oil 60 cents per gallon; cotton seed
meal $25.00 per ton. At present
market prices the 4,000:000 tons of
seed that would come from an
8,000,000 bale crop of cotton would
be worth to the South $100,000,
Deducting 1,000,000 tons of seed
for planting, there would be 3,000,
000 tons left, about 1,500,000 tons
of which the existing mills work.
If the whole 3 000,000 tons could
be worked the following products
would be obtained:
3,000,000 bbls. of oil at $30
1,000,000 tons of meal at $25.. 25.000,000
1,500,000 tons of hulls at $3... 4.500,000
12.5,000 bales of lint at $20 per
Thus, at present prices, the pro
duct out of the cotton seed of the
South, over and a:ov-e that neces
sary to replant, would reach the
enormous sum of $122,000.000. As
a matter of fact, about half the spare
seed are worked in the mills and
the South is getting the money for
the products at the rate of about
$60,000,000 for the entire season's
This leaves out of consideration
the cattle feeding business that has
been developed at and near the
mills by the u:e of hulls and meal
as a feed stuff.
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly Magazine
For February is a model number,
with great variety of reading matter
and a wealth of illustration that make
it particularly attractive. The fronti
spiece is as usual a handsome colored
print, the subject this month being
"Easter iorn." The opening article
is "TheAChange of Administration,"
with wood cuts of Mrs. Cleveland and
Ruth. Among the other leading arti
cles are "the Riviera," "A White Wo
man in Darkest Africa," "Some Rep
resentative Booksellers of Old London,"
"The Oddest City in the World," "De
Lessops and the Panama Canal" and
How About Job?
[Atchison Daily Globe.]
The letter "j" is said to be the mascot
of the alphabet. If you have a letter
"j" in your name you are lucky, and
the more pr'ominent the place, the
luckier you are.
"Didn't Mooney serve two terms in
"No-o; my recollection is that he
served one, and was just about to serve
another when his constituents pardoned
An old almanac for 1813 gives the
following as the rates of postage
prevailing at that time: For every
single letter by land, for 40 miles, 8
cents; 90 miles, 10 cents; 150 miles,
124 cents; 300 miles, 17 cents; 500
miles. 25 cents. No allowance to be
made for intermediate miles. E very
double letter is to pay doub!e the
said rates, every triple letter, triple,
every packet weighing one ounce a
the rate of four single letters each
ounce. Every ship letter originally
received at an office f.or delivery, 6
cents. Magazines and pamphlets,
not-over 50 miles, 1 cent per sheet;
over 50 and nt exceE.ding 100 miles.
1 cents por shee!; over 100 miles, 2
cents per sheet.
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From present date will keep on sale
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2.50 per bottle, or 8 bottles S6.50. Try it.
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would never be without them.
666Man ndggBeleJOSEPH L.EVY,
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Sold everywhere. Price, CUTIcuRA, 50c., SOAP,
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A Great Seed Establishment.
$1,100 FOR EARLY TOMATOES.
We are in receipt of a seed tatogue
for 1893, published by F. B. Mills,
Seedsman, Rose Hill, N. Y. Mr. Mills
has a very novel idea in gettitg up his
Catalogue. It is very plain, and his
idea is to give his customers a very
large amount for their money.
With every order amounting to $1.00
or more he allows the customer to
select 50 cents' worth in packets free,
their own choice, thus you see every
one gets $1.50 for their $1.00.
A mong the many premiums offered
for Cabbage, Onions, Potatoes, and
Pansies, we might mention the Earlyc
Tomatoes. $.500 is offered to any per.
son growing a ripe one in 7.5 days or
less from day seed is sown, also S400 to
perso n growing a ripe Tomato in leas a
number of days from day seed is sown,
$12.5 for next and $75 for next.
He offers one of the finest lines of ..
Vegetable and Flower Seeds that can 4
be found, and prices are very reason
He offers $3 500 to c'ub raisers for
largest club ort.er and largest number
of customers secured by any one per
Last year he paid Mrs. T. B. x ouug,4
Rock City, Ill., $O00 for largest order.
His Catalogue is very interesting and
no one who plants Seeds can afford to
be without it. It gives a birdseye view
of his establishment together with
interior views of his Seed Houses,
showing how the work is carried on,
and photographs of persons whbo have 4
His Seeds are becoming known 4
everywhere for their excellent quality -
and Mr. Mills guarantees to please all1
his customers. After looking this Cata
logue all through we would advise our
readers to write for one at once, for it is
free to any one applying, and try some
>f his Seeds this spring.
One of the largest forests in the world
stands on ice.- It is situated between
Ural and the Okhotsk Sea. A well was
recently dug in this region, when it ir
was found that at a depth of three hun
dred and forty feet the ground was =
Texas has fifty-seven counties each of
which is larger than the State of Rhode
In saying that Hood's Sarsoparilla
ures, its proprietors make no idle or
extravgaut claim. Statements from
thousan ds of reliable people of what
Hood's earsaparilla has done for them,
conclusively prove the fact-HOOD'S
HooD's PILLS act especially upon
the liver, rousing it from torpidity lo
its natural duties, cure constip)ation
and assist digestion.
"WORTH A GUINEA A 02."~
Taken as directed these famous Pills will
provo marvellous restoratives to all enfeebled
y the abore or kindred diseases.
25 Cents a Box,
uct ghcral rognized inEnglan anin
guinea a box." for the reason that they
WILL CURE a wide range or com
plant:, and that they have saved to many
ufferers not merely one but many guineas, ina
Covered with a Tasteless & Soluble Coating.
Of all drugg:ists. Price 25 cents a box. o'
Now York Depot, 365 Canal st.
'A gents profit per month. Will prove,
it or pay forfeit. New articles .just. ,i
~ out. A $1.30) sample and texams free. '
TTry Us CHIIDEsTER &- SoN, 25 Bond
A TT'SORflA NSan IA O rt a3u
Address DA NIEL F. BEA TTY, WASINPGTON.
DOWN AND OUT <
RIGHT NOW. A.
WING TO MY NOT BEING A L- a
lowed to run my present business
any longer than July next, I bave con
cluded to go into other business right
away, and will sell Whiskey, Wines,
Brandies, Tobacco, &c., cheap fo~rcash.
So send money with your orders, or
bring it with you. as I am closing out
for spot cash only. Now is your time i
to get Whiskey, Wines, Brandies, To
baccos, &c., cheap.1,
Many thanks for past favors to all. A.
Yours truly, I
ED nY. MORRS. 1
Trial. Why sutler froi
1idney and Liver Dime
kind of weakness, or
and keep you in he
prove tins. I will sen
to any one ol trial, frE
Pri ces, Z 6 $1-. an d:
Batteries. Cests nothi
guaranteed to last for
duces aulticient Elect
to.day. Give ?ai.t Xi
WE GUARANTEE. I
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n the bad efects of the La Grippe, Lame R,
ase, Rheumatism, Indigestion. Dyspepsia,
other diseases, when Electricity will cure
Jth. (Headache relieved in onen inute.)
deDRs JUDD's ELECTRIC BE
i:15. if sati:,ried. Also, Electric Trusses and
hg to try them. Can be regulated to suit,
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asure, price and full particulars.
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It does tbe largest range of v
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SIX YEARS on the mar
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1HE lUIES LIKE IT and PRISE
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r FO R FIVE YEAR1!!
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County who are thinkin of h
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W heeler and
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Boozer & Goggans' store.
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BABY CARRIAGES, CLOC
C9 Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets,
' Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattres
Comforts, Blankets, and a thous
and one articles needed in a ho
Rto be retailed at lowest mnanufac
y ers' prices. We have control of
largest factories in the U. S.,
can quote you prices that will o
your eyes in wonder and convi
you that we are giving the best
ue ever offered in this land.
B. Special Offer No.J
. To introduce my business in e v
neighborhood in the quickest pc
ble manner, we will ship you
- Bedroom Suite complete, cons
-.- ing of One Bedstead, full size :
* high head, One Bureau with gl
One Wash-stand, One centre Ta
fl Four cane seat chaira, One Roc
to match, well worth $20, but tc
troduce my goods in your neighi
hood we will sell you this full l
room suit for $14.2"5, ,vben the c
comes with the order. Remert
this is $14.25 for a neat Bedr<
t. Suit such as you usually hav
pay $20 for.
BESIDES this Suite, we ha'
great many other suites in WalIr
Oak. Poplar, anid all the popa
woods, running in price from
cheapest up to hundreds of dol
for a Suite.
- Or manufacturer wants us to
5~ ,O00 Parlor8niti
nes. in oak frames, upholstered a
., best domestic wool plush in con
_ nation colors, or banded. Regi
price $40.00. We run themi
>ver A Walnut Lounge, elegantly
holstered, at $6.00 each, worth $
OUR STOVE SALE is equally
tere sting. Some heavy cuts
made. We sell the Charter C
- Farmer Girl, World's Wonder,
dianola, Mamie, Edna and dos
S of other stoves.
A No. 7 Cooking Stove, -flat top
pieces of ware, for $8.00-and 'fr
this up. We carry 3,000 stovee
1,000 Cornice Poles ~25 cts. e:
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 reet
S spring roller and fringed at 371 e
each. Now, see here. We can
quote you everything we ha
got in a store containing 22,
reet of floor room, besides its:
ne.xes and factory in another p
of the town. We shall be pleased
send you anything above m
tioned, or will send
Catalogue free if you will say 3
- saw this advertisement in T
B ERtALD AND NEWS, published
3Tw ey S. C.
No goods sent C. 0. D). or on <
signment. We refer you totheedi
.. and publishers of this Paper oi
any banking concern in Augu
- or to the Southern Express Co.,
> f whom know us personally.
Address all orders to the
S 805 Broad Street. Factory 549 a
5.51 Broad Street.
7 ngusta, - - Georgi
IFactories in the following cities
I I Cincinnati,
I I 1Baitimore,
.ICHI[OND AND DANVI LLEE.4IL
F.W. Huidekoper4 Reuben Foster, Receivers
COLUMBTLA AND GEENVILLE DIZVJaites.
Condensed Schedule-In effect Nov. 20th, 1193
(Trains ran by75th Meridian time.)
BETWEEN CHARLESTON COLUMBIA, SENECA AND
No. 11 STATIONS. Nol2.
16 50 a i Lv.........Charleston- -... Ar.l10 30 pm
1120 am .........Columbia......... 606p m
1205 p m ............Alston......... 513p m
1 2,m .........Pomar.-....... 47p m
12 42 pm i ....,P oeprit.-. 4 40pm
257pm ......New e -.- 425pm
101 p m ... Helena.... 4 20 p m
138 p m ....Chappells..-.. 3 38 p m
2 17 p m .......inety-Six........ 315 p m
237pm ........Greenwood.... 258pm
255 p m ...........Hodges.....-.... 229pm
312 p m ..........Donalds....... 211 p m
3 23 p m ........Honea Path....... 1 58p m
343p m Ar ............ Belton.-.. Lv 140 p m
4 05p m Lv ............Belton............ Ar 135p m
435pm .........Anderson ...... 115pm
518 p m .........Pendleton......... 12 45.pm
6 00 p m Ar...........Seneca........... Lv 12 16 p m
6 32 p m Lv............Seneca...... Ar 1210 am
7 0 p m Ar...Walhalla.. ... Lv 1140 anm
5 00 p m Ar. .....Greenville....... 1200 n'n
BETWEEN ANDEESON, BELTON AND GREEN
Daily. VILLE. Daily.
No. 12 STATIONS. No. ii
1 15pm Lv Anderson Ar 4
1 35pm Ar .Beiton. Lv 40.pm
43pm Lv Belton Ar 125pm
402pm .. Williamaton-. 102p
4 1 8pm .. Pelzer ..... 1255m
4 2L'pm ... Piedmont.... 1240pm
BETWEEN CHARLESION COLUMBL&, ALSTON AND
No.ld STATIONS. No.14
6 50 a m Lv........Charleston........ Ar.1030 p m
310 p m .....Columbia......... 120 p m
4 30pm ..-....Alston ...... 12 40 p m
523 pm ..........Csrlisle....... 1144 a m
532 p m. ....Santuc... 11 36 a m
550p m .............Union.. 1117 am
6Z2Ip m ...... . Pao olet........... 10 44a m
6 U p m Ar. .......Spartanburg_......Lv.10 2 a m
1010 p m Ar. .........Asheville......_.LV. 7 00 a m
BETWEEN COLUMBIA, NEWBERRY CLINTON AND
No.15. STATIONS. No.16,
0e Lv. Ar.
1120am .... Columbia-.- 605 pm
200pm ..Newberry ... 1200 n'n
3 04pm .....Goldville..... .0 56 am
3 34pm ......Clinton.-.. 10 30 am
4 ISpm Ar Laurens Lv 9 60 am
BETWEEN HODGES AND .BBRVILL.
Daily. - .
Ex Sun No. 1L STATIONS. No. 12-Ex San
KS No 45 Mixed. Mixed. No.64
Tea 800am 300 pm .LvHodgesAr 220pm 735a m
8 25a m f3 2J pm. Darranhs. f200 pm 71a m
ses, 8 40a m 3 35 pmLvAbbevilleLv1 45 pm 700a m
and CONNECTIONS vIA SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD.
Daily. Lially. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.
No.s9 No.9. Nao38. No-10
tr- p. m. a. m. - a M. p. W.
thbe 12 30 6 4;, Lv....Columbla...Ar. 2 40 9 00
5 10 1l 30 Ar...Savannah...Lv. 10 20 4 00
Parlor Cars between
nee Columbia and
Trains leave Snartanburg, S. C., A & C. Divis
ion, Northbonnd. 4 09 a m, 3 48 p m, 600 p m,
iVestibuled Limited); Southbound, 156 a m, 3 33
m, 1137 a m. (Ves:ibuled i4mited ; West
bound. W N. C. Division. 6 5- p m for kender
sonville, Asheville, and Hot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville. S. C., A. & C. Divi
sion, Northbound, 307 a m, 226 p m. 508 p m.
(Vestibuled Limited); Southbound, 307a m, 4 42
ery p m, 12 2 p m. 4Vestibuled Limited).
Ssi. Trains leave Seneca. S. C.. A. & ('. Division,
e Northoound, 136 am,1215 p m; Southbound 438
list- Trains Nos, 11 and 12 on C. and G. Division,
nd and Trains 13 and 14 on the A. and S. Division
r will run solid to and from Charleston over the
ble PULLMAN CAR SERVICE.
ker Pullman Sleepers on 13 and 14. between Char
- leston and Asheville, via Columbia and Spartan
or- buPumas Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 9,10,
ed. 11 12,37 and 38 on A. & C. Division.
ush W. A. TURKt, S.H.lRAEDWICK,
sh en'l Pass. Agen(, Ass't Gen'1 Pass. Agt.
ber Washington, 0 C. Atlanta, Ga.
,cI V. E. McBEE, SOL HAAS,.
Gen'l Superintendent, TraiiioManager,
to Clumbia, 8. C Washington, D.C.
W. H. GREEN. Gen'I Mg'r,Washington. D.C.
SOUTH BOUND RAILEOAD
ut, Time Table in effect Nov. 20th,.1892.
it,rTo Savannah and Florida via Columbia.
ar Southward. Northward
the Head Down. Bead Up
ars Eastern Time. Eastern Time.
PMAM PM PM
1230 Lv HotSprings N.C. Ar 559
700 Asheville, " 1010 -
m: 730 Skyland, " 940
3 02 Hender -onville" 906
312 FlatceCk, " 845
953am Laurens, " 4-15
145pm Abbeville, S C 335
103Aam Clinton, -334
11 40 WaIhalla, " 700
se 12 i6pm Seneca, " '10
14u Anderson, -*"43
10 20 Spartanburg, " 660
- ~1117 UnIon, " 145
1200M Greenville " 506
425 PM - Newberry, "3257.
5312-40 Alston, " 430 1210
605 l320Ar Columbla -Lv 350 12
ith Central Time. Centr-a flme.
bi- A M P M P M PM
lar 6 45 1230 Lv Columbia, S CAr 2 40 9
9 36 807 FaIrfax " 1240 ?12
PM .AM -
11 45 5 10Ar Savannah, Ga. Lvl1020 400
180 800 Lv Savannah, " Ar 630 3214
336 10-39) Jesup, " 840 1023
01.250 Waycross " 100 615
PM - -
Lp- -730 700 - Callahan, Fla. 715 785
.()IJ 800 7 30 Ar Jacksonville, " -35 70
i. South of Columbia, Trains use 90th Merld
Ian Time. North of Columbia, Trains fue
are 75th Meridian Time.
k, Close connections at Savannah with the.
[n- Ocean Steamship Co's elegant Steamers for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston, and
es with the Plant System of Rail and
Steamers for Co and alpoints in Foia
EDWARD FORD. Supt.
pj I. M. FLEMINGo. Gen'! Pass.-Agt
.Jos. F. (,nay, 801 Pass. AgC.
"" W. BUTLEE, JR.. TYrav. Pass. Agt.
PAmmwGE DPA RT
ch FAST L NE
on Between Charleston and ColumnbiasauttUpper
g.South Carolina and North Carolina
and Athens and Atlanta.
O CONDENBED SCBEDULE. -
ve GOING WE8T. GOING BAST
g) No.52. No.58.
'-6 35 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 140
art 8 32 " ...Lanes........" -840
1055 Ar....Columbia......Lv. 610
1222 " ...,Prosperity..... "484 '
1218 " .....Newberry...... " -418
'00. 130 " ......Clinton......... " 830
2 51 " .....Greenwood..... " 215
E 323 " ......Abbevill1e...... " 142
at 52" -....tes...."10
8 15 ".....Atlanta....." 8 30
610 " ...Winnsboro..... " 1154
D- 7 30 " .....Charlotte....... " 935
p m p m
o4 35 "......Anderson..... " 1 15 .
ata, 4 50 " ......Greenville... " 12 10
906 ".endersni e" 802
- 10 10 " ......Asheville.. ' 7 00
~os. 52 and 53 Solid trains between Charles
ton and Clinton, 8. C.
E.M.E N,Ass't Gen'1 Pass.Agent.
T. M.EMEROI,Trattle Manager.
J. B. K.ENLY, Gen'! Manager.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.-Short line to
Norfolk and Old Point, Va., and Con ma
S. C. New line to Charleston, S. C. Ef fect June
.No. 38 jNo. 36 [Eastern Time1No.34 'No.41
]l Daily.Daily. except Atlanta Daily. Daily.
6 10pm 735amlv Atlanta ar 710pm 830am
In'n pkcety tmn
LI 510pm lv Macon ar1 10 30am
? 9 :0pm l1103am,lv Athena ar 5 45pm 6 65am
11l.Opmjl2 16pmar Elberton lV 4 Sopm 6 35am
12 05n't. I 42pm ar Abbeville lv 3 23pm 4 17am
ld l 242n't~ 2 6pm arGreenw'd lv 251pm 333am
1 42am' 320pm ar Clinton 1v 145pm 222am
3 25pm lv Clinte-n or 1 30pm
4 16pm ar Newberry lv 12 38pm
}e7 2pmlarPSumtertl 12 9 4pm
0 30pmar Coalmbtonlyi 00m
*9 23pmlarDarlingtonlvj*7 12am
fl220a' arWilm'gt'n lv flO0l0p"
3 26amr 4 58pmlar Chester ari-1 45mm 1230am
4 12am~ 5 41pm arC't'bsJc'n ar 10O-6am 11 38pm
5 10am: 6 35pm ar Monroe lv 10O00am 10 2-pm
6 30am 1100pm ar Charlottev7 4 30am *400pm
*1131:am ~ ar Wilm'g'n lv' e 30pm
1112Sam ar Raleigh lv 4 15pm
1250Opm 'arHendersonlvi 2 pe
m 2 45pm~ ar Weldon lv 120m
5 Sopin ar Portsm'thlv l93m
315pm lvWeldon(a)asr 1120 I't
5 30am' arPetersburglv 10 0a
6 28pm arRichmond lv *9 15a:n
11 10pm or Wash'ton lv 430am
12 40 n't ar Baltimore lv 250am
3 45am ar Philadel lv 1208 n't
6 Oam' ar NewYork Iv 900pm
f7 30am, ar Balto (b)l 1' 700pm
f 10 47a" ~ar Philadel lv *4 dim
*1 20pm1 ar NewYork lv *2 1am
6O0pm' IvPorta'h(n)lv 0Olam
.5 OSam ar Philadel lv 11 1p
80Of am ar NewYorklIv 80p
6:Opm lvPorts'h(w)ar 80a
630am !arWash'gt'nlv 700pm
SOLID CAR BETWEEN ATLANTA AND
CHA RLESTON-Daily-Eastern Timne.
3o3am.1V Atlanma ar, 810am1
- 320pm.ar Clinton lv I l45pmI
S325pm1!v Clinton lvi 130mi
, 610opmilvColumbia1 l110 0amI
10 30pm:aCaretoj6 50am
*Daily except Sunday. iDaily except Monday.
(aj Via Atlantic Coast Line. (b) Via Bay IAne.
(n, Via New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk
Railroad. (w) Via:Norfolk and Wasbington
Trains Nos. 38 and 41 run solid with throg
Pullman buffet sleeping cars between Atlanta,
Ga., and Portsmouth, Va. Trains No.36 and:43
carry through ears between Charleston and
0. V. SMITH. Traffic .ang -r
JOHN C. WINDER, Ge'1 Manswer.