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LATEMMES -FATE DOUBTFUL.
part of the CommIston Declares Him
Itesponsible and the Other Part
[Journal, May 10th.]
The report of the commission ap
pointed by the Governor to investigate
the mental conditMn of Napoleon La
velle, now under sentence of death for
the murder of his wife, in Charleston,
was made public to-day.
There are two reports, a minority
and majority, together with a report by
Dr. Babcock. The latter is based upon
the reports of the commissioners and
his previous investigation of the case.
The mojority report issigned by Drs.
A. Memminger, P. G. DeSaussure and
G. H. Tucker, and says that they find
after investigation and examination
into the mental condition of Lavelle
that he is subject to a mental diathesis
which at times causes him to act in a
very eccentric manner, and to cause
doubts of his mental responsibility, but
after due deliberation they conclude
that he is not mentally irresponsible.
The minority report is signed by Drs.
C. . Tabor, chairman, and T. R.
McGahan, and reports the same mental
diathesis, and further concludes that
be is not mentally responsible.
Dr. Babcock reports that, after care
ful consideration, he has concluded that.
Lavelle's mental responsibility is seri
ously affected by the cause hereinbefore
Goyernor Tillman has discharged the
commission and Dr. Babcock from
further action in the case, but says that
he- does not know what his decision
will be in the case.
The May issue of the Southern States
Magazine contains a number of In
teresting artic.es about North Carolina.
Governor Elias Carr writes about the
State in general, summarizing its re
sources and the present state of mate
rial development. Dr. H. B. Battle,
director of the North Carolina Experi
ment Station, contributes an exhaus
tive article on the climate of North
Carolina Experiment, contributes an
exhaustive article on the climate of
North Carolina, with several striking
illustrations rprisenting characteristic
climatic conditions. The State geo
logist, Prof 3. A. Holmes, writes about
the mineral resources of the State,
"giving much interesting information
about the economic geology. Presi
dent George T. Winston, of the Uni
versity of North Carolina, contributes
an article on.edubation in North Caro
lina, dealing with the infiuences that
have been largely instrumental in
S bringing North Carolina to its present
Sposition ofteminence among the&outh
ern.States. W. W. Ashe, of the North
Carolina Geological Survey,econtri.bat~
a Jbrief paper oni the foreskresolirees of
Sthe State. H. E. H.arf6ian, editor of
the Southern jEebiCcco Journal, is the
'writerf~a~interesting article on to
1 icco culture in North .Carolina,
which Is illustrate,d with several char
acteristic views in tobacco fields and
A factories. This issue of the magazine
also contains a beautifully illustrated
article entitled "In the Louisiana
Sugar Belt," which treats in a very in
teresting manner the great sugar in
S dustry of Louisiana. The Southern
Sttsmagazine is developing rapidly
in~to, a popular Southern monthly and
shows much literary and artistic merit.
The current issue appears with a -hand
some:new cover design and the articles
are profusely iilustrated with a high
class of engravings. It is published
by the Manufacturers' Record Publish
ing Company of Baltimore, Md., at
$1.50 per year.
We're the Hardest-working Nation.
[St. Louis Globe-Democrat.j
"It is quite a mistake," said Walter
Meacham, "to say we have too many
national and special holidays in this
country. On the average, men work
308 days in the year in the United
States, whereas in England the average
ionly 278. In Scotland it is three days
less, while in Bavaria, Belgium. France,
Denmark, and most or the German
.rvne,the number of days is only
30.In many parts of Canada it is not
possible to work more than 270 days in
the year. The United States heads the
list, and although commercial and
buligactivity creates a demand for
abor which is largely accountable for
this activity, the absence of holidays
has also something to do with it. Men
can prosper with only working on an
average 300 days in the year, and it
would be a very good thing if this
coantry would designate a few national
S holidays, like the bank holidays of
E ngland, on which a little recreation
could be taken. Foreigners are a'pt to
take the closing of share and grain ex
changes for national holidays, but
nine-tenths of the population are not.
even aware when the speculators are
taking a day's holiday, and th3eir hours
of labor are not affected."
To the World's Fair on Ric.ycle..
CoLULuss, Indiana, May 9.-E. H.
Durant of the Constitution and Frank
Howard and William Foot of the Jour
nal staff at Atlanta, passed through
here on bicfcles yesterday, for the
World's Fair, having come all the way
from Atlanta on the wheels. *51%
ADVICE TO WOIE!
If you would protect yourself
from Painful, Profuse,'Scanty,
Suppressed or Irregular Men
struation you must use
CaTlSerasnLEn, April26, 188.
This wil certifThat. two members of my
ingnediate family, after having suifered for
rsafrom Menstrual Krreularity,
i,igtreated without benenlt bypyicas
were at leg omleelyueyoe bo~t
efectlstruly wondefful. J. STrANG3.
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valnable inform atio on anl fem~alo dmaca
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In the summer of IMI bad-a.aore and a hole
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for two and a half Yem, I tried but
without releL I got the C= = Ms,
and they were the only thing that cured my foot.
CuTicmLA6 s my friend forever and ever.
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40 CustomHueS. Now Orleans, L1.
My son was amleted with skin disease, Itching,
and breaking out in lar boils all over his body.
'e tried eey5i gele, but an to no effect.
Aftr using one oxof the CruA.and two bot
tles of the Curaun& Emo.vzx, ne was com
pl restored to health again. They are good
med 'w1bi eomnd toevery a.
The new Blood and Skin Pcrier, internally, and
CuTicumm, the Skin-Cure, and CuicuRA
SoAp, an exq *SknBeadfer, exteinally, in
tntyrelieve and speedily eare every diease and
humor of the skin, scalp, and blood, with loss of
haLr,Mroin fany to ge,from pimples to srofula.
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25c.; Rzor.nxT, $1. Prepared by the PorTa
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Arc How to cure skin is- 64 pages,
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BABY'Sb CcuaA S&"P. A "e
R18W MY BACK AGNES!
Back Aebe, d z and Weak.
andins telleved aaminteoy
the Cuicar And-Pain PMaster.
THE SOUTHAND THE EAST.
Brought closer Together by the Richmond
and DanvMne's New Schedule.
Beginning Sunday, May 7th, the
Richmond and. Danville railroad in
augurated "The United States Fast
Mail," a limited schedule to and from
the East, which makes the distance
between all Southern points and the
great Eastern cities seem less than ever
before. Nearly a whole day will be
saved on the Eastern mails and 15apers,
which will be delivered at all principal
points along the line of the Richmond
and Danville railroad by their new fast
limited train covering the South with
the quickest mail delivery ever made
by the United States government.
"The United States Fast Mail" will
carry through Pullman vestibuled
sleepers between Atlanta and New
York without change.
The time of the Northbound train is
also shortened between Atlanta and
Washington making quicker connec
tions for the East.
It is expected- that still furtherTin
provements will be an*nuncd in a few
~For Malaria, Liver Trou
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Prizes for Southern Stories.
An offer of prizes for original sketches
f Southern life is announced by the
Southern States magaztne, which is
published by the Manufacturoirs' Re
ord Publishing Co., of Baltimore. A
prize of $50.00 is offered for the best
riginal sketch or story dealing with
Southern life and conditions, and $25
will be given for the story that shall be
udged worthy of second prize. The
oly conditions are that the sketches
submitted shall present true pictures of
Southern life, that they shall not exceed
5000 words in length. This offer holds
good until July]3, and the prizes will be
awarded as soon after that.date as the
nanusripts submitted can be exam
ned. This offer is made in the hope
f securing eontributions of a character
hat will benefit the South by their
wide publication in the Southern States
'Sheri:E Nanee and the'6overnor.
[Abbeville Press and Banner.]
In former years no man shoiutedanore
for Tillman, and no mart wobsid more
elousiy for his eleon than did
apt. F. W. R. Nanesethiscodnty.
When he got into oEe :Oovernor
illman ordered him to levy-on the
rilroad trains. Sheriff Nance straight
way did the unlawful thing under the
rders of his chief.
The Governor afterward paid the
Enes of the other Sheriffs who had
one as Sheriff Nance did, but con
luded to let his most enthusiastic
friend in Abbeville paddle his own
canoe. He let the fine of Sheriff Nance
stand against him, and we believe the
Governor intends to makean exception
in his case.
The Governor thinks that he isijusti
led in going back on his old friend,
because he purged himself oftcontempt
At best the office of Sheriff is not a
desirable one, and when the Governor
repudiates his old friend,. and sends
him stinging telegrams, the official
plum that fell to Sheriff Nance is not
of the most palatable kind.
Spring medicine and Hood's Sarsa
parilla are synonymous terms, sop"
ular is this great medicine att this3 sea
Mr. J. C.Jones,of Ffllton,Ark.,saysed
S"About ten years ago I cao
tracted a severecassof blood
medicine after medicine, which I ooll
without any relief. I also tried merco
rial anid potash remedies, with unsno
oessfulresults,butt whichbrouShton an
attack of mercurial rhann: nthai
made my life one of agony. After suf
ering four yearslI gave-up all remedies
ad commenced using S. S S. After
t-ng several' bottles, I was entirely
cred and able to resnme work.
is the greatest medicine for
.. blood poisoning to-day on
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mulled
free s.r N'rmCOs, Athnuta, Ga.
112 1-2 MILES AN HOUR.
Engine 909 of the New York Central
Makes a Mile in Thirty-two Seconds.
BuFFALo, May 11.-The New York
Central's new engine, No. 999, which
is to be exhibited at the World's Fair,
has made a record of 1121 miles an
hour. On Tuesday the Empire State
express, drawn by this marvellous
machine, made 102 miles an hour, a
great record in itself, but Engineer
Charles Hogan said she was not feeling
wel that day and could do better.
After a night's rest hereshe was brought
out yesterday and sent down to Syra
cuse for another trail. The Empire
State express arrived in Syracuse on
time, and No. 999 was coupled on and
the train left Syracuse on time. Hogan
let her out a few times on the way to
Rochester, but he did not want to get
ahead of his schedule, and he brought
her into the Rochester depot on time.
The test of speed was to come be
tween Rochester and this city. Soon
after leaving Rochester Hogan slowed
her down a little, for he intended to
make up the time at the western end
of the stretch. Passing Batavia the
train was rushing along at an easy gait
of a mile a minute. Then Hogan let
her out. The speed increased as the
engine flew along, and just before reach
ing Crittenden the record of Tuesday
of a mile in 35 seconds was equalled.
But this was exceeded just this side ;f
that station, when the new world's
record of a mile in 32 seconds was made.
This is equivalent to 1121 miles an
hour.- A speed nearly as great was
kept up until ForksStation was reached
and then Hogan slowed her down and
allowed her to enter Buffalo at her
customary speed, arriving on time.
The passengers on board said that
the train flew along with the same
steadiness that would have accompa
nied a slower rate of speed. There
was no. nusual swaying or jolting,
and only persons who were looking
out for manifestations of extraordinary
speed would have noticed that the
clikety-click of the rails sounded like
the roar of musketry and the telegraph
poles along the track seemed like
pickets in a fence.
The Prohibition Question.
I The State, 12.]
At the prohibition conference held in
this city on March 29 a resolution was
adopted authorizing the chairman to
appoint a central prohibition commit
tee to take charge of the prohibition
question in this State.
In compliance with-the resolution
the chairma%-.i J. H. Siffly, of Paco
let,.has appointed the following mem
Uirs of the committee:
Hon. L. D. Childs, T. J. LaMotte,
Jno. Alexander, Rev. S. P. H. Elwell,
Rev. L. L. PIcket, Columbia; Joel E.
Brunson,Sumter;Rev.E. C. McDonald,
Winnsboro; Rev. J. M. Tolson, Lancas
ter; Rev. J. 5. Moffat, Chester; Rev.
E. C. Watson, Bennetsville; Rev. J. G.
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iSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
WHEREAS. JNO. M. KINARD,
VC. C. P.. bath made suit tome to
grant him Letters of Administration
of the derelict estate and effectts of Har
riet Hubbard, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be 'held at New
berry court house on the 5th day of
June next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why tbe said
Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 2.5th day
of April, A. D. 1893.
J. B. FELLERS, 3. P. N. C.
THO S S. SEASE,
fittanief at Law,
NEWBER RY, S. C.
Pioetices in all the Courts of the State.
annftina a speciltyrv
HAD ENOUGH OF IT.
The Florida Railroad Couuisstou Will
Not be Re-established.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., May 11.-At an
exciting session of the State Senate last
evening, the bill providing for the re
establishment of a State railroad com
mission was under discussion for nearly
three hours, and was finally defeated
by a vote of 16 to 10.
A similar bill is under discussion In
the House, and may possibly pass that
body, but it is thought no measure of
this kind can get through the Senate.
For three weeks past a strong railroad
lobby has been htre working against
The anthropologists say that 500
years hence man will be far more intel
lectual tbalf he is now. He will be
more vigorous pbysically.and will en
joy a longer life, because he is making
a study of health laws.
The female of his species will be
handsomer, because life will be more
easy for her. Comfort and ease are the
conditions which produce beauty in
woman; savage women are almost
never pretty even in youth because they
work hard and live roughly.
Through the aid of the telegraph and
modern means of rapid locomotion man
has become almost independent of time
and space. The earth is now what be I
chooses to make it. If lands are non
productive, fertilizes them. If the
climate is not suitable for growing
products of the soil which he requires,
he alters it by conserving the solar beat
It is not unlikely that substantially
all the northern part of New Jersey
will at no distant day be under a glass
roof for the purpose of supplying New
York with vegetables, fruits and flow
eeding a tonic, or chdren who want bud
inu should take
It is pleasant; cures Malaria, Indigestion,
Biliousness, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia.
A Verbal Answer.
[From Detroit Free Press.]
"Can I kiss you?" he asked the Bos
ton girl after his proposal had been ac
"I do not know whether you can or
not," she replied critically.
"MaP. iss you?" he murmured.
'Tbat's different," she responded,
and he gathered them in.
A Wonderful Stairway.
NATURAL BRIDGE, Va., May G.-An
underground passage of rare beauty
nd wonderful adaptation to use has
been discovered near the Natural
Bridge. By it one. may enter at the
mide of Cedar Creek and come out in the
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OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I will apply to the Probate
Court for Ne'wberry County on Satur
day, June 3, 1893, at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon, for letters dismissory as
dministrator of the personal estate of
Cynthia Mower, deeased.
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
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"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and -
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would remind everybody that
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I HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND Boozer & Goggans' store.
A FRESH LINE OF
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NOTE OF FINAL SETTLRT.
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
SI will make a final settlement of ALTE -
the estate of John B. Mazyck in the
Newberry (County on the 22nd day of
May, 1893, at 11 o'clock in-the forenoon, (
and immediately thereafter apply for O O E~
adischarge as administrator of said rtep.ac.. I
N. B. MAZYCK,
NOTICE. i ie e iet h l
LL PERSONS HAVING DE- earetth?rct, #
mands against the estate ofHethoteCilrn
ames A. Crotwell, deceased, will pre-.
sent sameludnd thoserindebtedewice
make ayPletoasure~ to the. Paets
Padgett Pays the Freight I
A large Illustrated Cata)oaue sh16v
ing hundreds ofdasignapf Furntwv,
Stoves and Baby Carriage wll, be
mailed free, if you mention is
paper. Iwilsell you FuxxrrUR,
etc., just as cheap as you can buy
them in large cities, and pay the
frelghtto your depot.
Here are a few namples:
A No. 7fiat top Cooking Stove with
20 cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for $12 00.
A 5-hole Cooking Pangs with 20
cooking utensils, elivered to any
depot, for $1800.
Alae ne of Stoves n o
tion. Special agent for
A nipe Parlor Suit, upholstered In
good plush, fashionable colors, de
livered anywhere for $30. A UW
line of Parlor Suits to select from.
A Bedroom Suit, large glass, b!
bedstead, enclosed washstand, fu
suit 9 pieces; chairs have cane seats,
delivered anywhere for $22 00.
Other Suits both cheaper and more
25yds. of yd.-wide Carpet for $7 50,,
1 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains,
pole 2 chains, 2 hooks, 10 pins, all
A nice Window thade, 7. ft. long, 8
ft. wide, o: -4pring rolleri,with fringe
No freight psid on Shades and Cur
tains unleis ordered in connection
with other goods. *
Send for Catalogue. Addrew -
L. IF. PA DCrETT,
S0- Broad Street, A 1usta, (a.
OLD RELIABLE LINE."
iUTH CAEOLINA RI LWAY.
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN, Receiver.
Condensed Schedule. In effect November
Through trains between Charleston and
&lhalla Via S C. Railway and R. D. R. R
NORT -No. 11 N, 3t.
vCharleston 6 50 am 5 45 pm
Summerville 8 28 am 632 pm
Branchville 8 45 am 820 pm
rOrangeburg 919am 9 00 pm
xColumbia 1100 am 10 30 pm
v Columbia 1120 am
rNewberry 1257 pm
x Greenwood 2 37 pm -
Anderson 4 35 pm
v Seneca 6 32 pm
Walhalla 7 00 pm
Greenville 500 pm
SOUTH No 12 No. 20.
Greenville 12 1k, n'n
,vWalhalla 1140 am
Lr Seneca 1210 pm
.v Seneca 12 16 pm
Anderson 1 15 pm
Newberry 425 pm
Lr Columbia (; 05 pm
vColumbia 6 10 pm 8 00 am
v Oraugeburg 7 43 pm 9 42 am
vBranchville 8 25 pu 10 30 am
v summerville 9 47 pm 11 52 am
Lr Charleston 10 30 pm 1 40 pm
&ST EXPREsS BETWEE. CHARLESTON AND
ASHEVILLE CARRYTG SLEEPER.
201 pm Lv Charleston Ar 530 pm
340pm Ar Columbia Ar 120pm
50 pm Ar Spartanburg Ar 10 20 am
10p lAr Asheville Lv i700pm
Charleston 705 am 5 45pm
Sommerville 7 28 am 6 32pm
Brachville .90am 8 c pm
- Denmark 9 41 au 9 00pm
v Blackville 10 00 am 9 17 pm
rAviken 11 02am 10 22pm -
'Agusta. 350 am 1115 pm
SEAST No.26. No.41.
rAugusta -7 45 am 4 50pm
r Aiken , 82S am 5 40pm
r Blackvitie 928 smn' 6-48pm -
r Denmark 9 45 am 707 pm
rBranchville 1030 am 825pm
r Summerville 11 '2 am 9 47 pm
iCharleston 13 40 am 10 30pm ~
CA MDEN DIVISION. -
150 am Lv Charleston Ar 10 30 pm
0am Lv Columbia Ar 7 45pm
10am Ar Kingsvlille Ar 655 pm
3m Ar Camden Lv 510 pm
CH ICAGO RAILROAD.
DAILY EXcEPT SUNDAY,
(Sonth Carolina Railway.)
510 pm LV Augusta Ar 9 15am
649 pm Graniteville 915 am
705 pm Ar Aiken Lv 9 00am
(C,C.~G~& C. B. RL.).
15 p mLv Aiken Ar 845 am
8ocpmn Trenton 8 00 am
815pmAr- Edgefield Lv 7 45am
For further information apply to
E.P. WARING, Gen Ps.A't.
C. )i. WARD, General Manager.
RUOGH TRAIN SEEvICE AND oONIIECrZONS.
hrough trains daily between Charleston
d Augusta, between Charleston and Co
nbia and between Columbia and Camden.
flrough Sleepers daly between Charleston
d Atlanta. Leve Charleston 530 p m, ar
ie Atlanta 6 30 a m. Leave Atlanta 1115
m, arrive Charleston 1 15 p mi. Pullman
det Chair Car daily beaween Charleston
nd Columbia. Leave Charleton 650 a m,.
rrive Columbia 10 55 a mn. Leave Columbia
10 p m, arrive Charleston 10 30 p mi.
0ECrIONS.-At Charleston with Clyde
keaship Co for New York, ody,Wd
cday and Friday. For Jacksnil,Mon
ay, Thursday and Satturday. At Columbia
sily with R a D EBEto and from Wasin
:n, New York and points East -and Norh
t. Columbia daily with B & DRE R(C & G Div)
oand from Greenville and Waihalls. At
Augasta daily with Ga R E, Central B R and
R W CRy. At Camdenadaily with C,C &
ER, (through train to and from Marion,
SC, and Blacksburg.)
llawer & Bfljmim.
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
Lformed a Law Partnership under
he name of Mower & Bynum, and
will practice in all the Courts.
Offices at Newberry and Prosperity,
S. C. GEO. S' MOWER
FRANK L. BYNUM.
-IN 48 NOURS,
- s This isthe GrOatest
Wonder of theth
Sworn Proofs Mail
' Iew ork.
Wilmington, N. C., May, 91883.
etweeCharleton and ColumbiaanaUppe:
South Carolina and North Carolina.
and Athenand Atlanta.
oise WST. GOIos EAa
eam *p m
7 00 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 10 15
8:2 "U.Lns...... " 838
9 43 " ...Sumnter.......... " 725
10 55 Ar....Columnbia......Lv. 6 00
1222 " ...,Prosperity. 4 34
2%".....New berry...... ** 418
1.99 " ... Clinton... . " 380
241 " .....Greenwood...." 212
309 " .....Abbeville...... " 14~5
5 16 " -....tes...."12
7 18 " ... ....Atlanta..... 9 30
a1 "...Winns15oro..... am15
7 30 " .....Charlotte......" 9835
A435 ...Adro..." 12 55
4 45 " ......Greenville... " 11 57
605 e~.p n b e "10 20
10 10 "..A shvile... * 70
iantd58 onH trainmbetweenaaise
NEWB miEHY, 8, C.
We are now prepared to do ever
thiag in the line of building
Scroll Sawing, and
All kinds of Turning.
We also grind corn two days in a week
Ttiesday and Saturday.
We deal in all kinds of lumber-:-dresed
We will accommodate town and edod
try at shortest notice.
ILL WORI RANTU
QUALITY AND PRIM.
WE WILL REPAIR AL
We have bought Mr. Shockley
interest, and the firm name now Is
RICUXOND AND DAWVW."AIL
-1 ROAD COXPAMY. --
COLUXBUA A"REEvxLL39 DrvME11L_
CondensedSchedule-In effet May
(Trains run by75th Meridlautmen
BETWEEN CHARLESTON COLMEA, 62MLAND
No. 1 STATIONS. MD. -
650amLv . .........Cbareston........ Ar. 30 p=
1115Sam .......Cwmbla 6m
1200 n'n .---..Alston...-... 602p
1237pm ........roeperty-. 43p=
212pm ....U ela.s.i......... 439
234p m Lv. ...reenwoo Ar. .2
250pm ..........Hogen ..
307 p=m .....Dnad....
318pm .--Hone&Path.. I 1
518pm ......Pendton-- 1
632pm . - ----
653pm ....West Union 1 U
700 p m Ar. .- Lv1L.Ama
MXED DAILY BETWEEN GREENWOOD AND
Daily Ex. Sun.
C 00 a m Lv. Greenwood. Ar. 9
6 45 a m odges,
7-5i am Donaids.
8 20 a m Honea Path,
9 00 a i Belton.
11 00am knderson,
12 12 m Pendleton. :3
215pm Seneca, 2
250 pm West Union.
3 00 p n Ar. Walhalla, LV.
38pm Lv Belton. Ar 1
357pm Willisaton. 12W.
4 03 pm Pelser., - 3 -12~
4L15p m Piedmont. 3PZ
4 45 pm GreenvBlle, C & G 11d7.
455Spm Greenville, A C UW~~~
BTwEEK CHAL-StON CoLUMBIA,
28 ----OM -
50 p m .........non.- - 3
BETWEENf COLUMBIA. NEWmEarT
No.15. STATIONS. o3
1115am ....Colma- . 645 -
20p ...Newberry.. 12Ib0
803 .-..Goldvlle...;. 10 51am
34p ......Clinton- l30m
4lSpArLIaurene LT .90ean
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBETnU
Ex Sun o.11. STATIONS. No. S-~
Non 5 Mixed.
335am 33 mLvAbeiiLlSmS0~L
CoNCIN vra SoUTH BOUND .TBA.
123 643 Lv.....Coumbla. AL .240
5 10 11 45 Ar..Savanna*h..LV.10d 40
Parlor Cars between
Trans eav%arsnbrg~S.C., Ak&C.Dhbe
on, .Norho. Dvon,a5 a 1
sonville, Ashevile. and Hot dns
'franaleave GreenvIIe,S. .A.& C DEs
sln, Notbod 07.m2p .51pU
p m, 122pm. (VestbuediriSd)
Trains leave Seneca. S.C., A. AO. Dv~
Northound, 136 am, 1215 p m; o e
Trins,11 and 12 on C. -andG:.
and TrainsanUd 14 on the A. and 8. D*FMain
will run solid to and from Carisutn -Vr2e
Pufnman Sleepers on 13 ad 14.bteCi~
leston and Asheville via C1BDO~'
PWnangtn PalC. SleinHa T
W1 A T7anURnK, &C
Gen'l Paan.Agent, Assn'
Washington,.D.C. A ,G3.
uein effect u
No. t. No.8.N.
AM. P. M. P.31'PM E~
530 82.. ...lnonAr. 13..
45 338.........GoldVIlle ......... 117
602 34...... ia 140 -
612 3 '2........Gary's Lanae........ 15 -
6 42 4 0.... ..... J aiap a Y m1 1 8
61 454 16.........eberr.......12 .,...
9 35 4 22.... .Iro.....-....122 z4
97 50 .9...........1ab........1 11
810 5018.......... . Chai.........11M 6
100 555 Ar...Columnbla...LV...10
Nos. land S local freight and pe~4
. R. KENLY, W. G. CRILDS,C.. 1f4,
Gen'i Manager. Supt. As L~
SOUTH BOUN~D wE AILRAb
Time Table in effect March12h S
To Savannah and Florida via a
12 30 Lv Hotsprings,N.C.A Ar
700 Asheville, " -1*
$12 Flat Book, 8
15m Abbevie, SC
103a Clinton, . *
140 Waisile r
1020 Spartanburg, " 650
1117 UnI " * 1
425 PM Netberry,
513 1240 Alston, -4
605 1i20Ar Columbia - Lvafl*
Central Time. Central5~m
AM PM PUPI
645 123 Lv Coiumbia, S CAr- 24 E
8 45 217 Denmark, " 325
936 3 07 FaMrax - " 1215
P M AM -
1145 - 0 Ar Savannah, Ga. Lv105 4
130800OLv Sava.nnah, " Ar 6o.3
86 10 30 Jesup, " 3*
500 1250 Wayeroes " 14
730 700 Ca11ahan, Fla. -356
8 M 7 3Ar3.TckonvIe, " 6?
noUUi 0 eUoumn Tramns use 9hel
Ian Time. North Columbia, bs.
Close connections at Savanah: