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C. 0. D. Shipments.
CONTINUED lROM P A ONE.
place. r''ho right of action accruoi
whether the article-1 bo accepted o1
not. The order to pay on dolivery ih
imply a superadded term of the eon
tract to be performled by the purcha
ser, tand the manner of collocting tll
debt can in no wise effect the Hale o
determine the place of sale.
The authorities likewise establish
the principle that while the ollo
may retai.n possession until paymoni
by virtue of his lion, still the righi
of his property is vested in the buyer
Therefore, when an order is sent t<
a certain plac for goods to be shippe<
(. 0. D. to the purchaser, the titl
vests in the purchaser from th<
time of (elivory to the carri(i
and the sale takes place whero th
goods aro d1elivered Iy tCh carrier
but where they are delivered to such
by the seller. It follows, therofore
that the more ordering of liquors by
a porson in this Stato for his persoi
al use from another State, the pur
chaso prico to be collected on delivery
does nlot conlstituto it sale in tthiii
State, and is not in contravention o
the laws of the State im regard to
alcoholic liquors, and you are Ho ad
U. X. Uuntor,
Assistant Attorney General.
MI(s. IIUO111Ps (:AUGIIT WlH LIQUOII
ON HER IIANI)s.
h Will IIvo Much to Arnswor For at tihe
Comlug Torm or Court--IIow Caso
(Special to The Stato.)
Greenville, March 22.-Mrs. M.:
tie A. Hughes has boen arrested on
the charge of selling and keeping in
stock contraband liquors, whici
makes three charges of this natur
that the colobrated defendant will
havo to answer at the next term o:
the criminal court. She does not
however, soom to be disturbed by
the frequently recurring troubles of
this kind arising from her manago
mont of a restaurant on North Main
stret, and laughingly says that ,tl<
officers don't like m and are gotting
most too smart." She has already
given bond for solling liquor and
maintaining a nuisance, and has for
feited $50 to .he city on this account
Wednesday about 1.30 o'clock po
lico officers Dawson and Tucker, with
Deputy Sheriff (ilreath and chiol
constable LaFar, made a sudden do
scent en Mrs. Hughoes' rest_auran
and began an immediate search
keeping a close watchl ont everyone ii
sight. Mrs. Hughes p)ut on ia bolt
front and professed entire ignoranc,
of anlything which would affor.
grounds for a soarchl. In the kitchoei
the officers found a movable plan]
with. a very innocent appIearance, an.
on removing this p)lank thley found
snug hole in the wvall in wvhich sove
ral quart bottles were arranged. Ii
this hiding place wore nine ful
quarts of corn whiiskoy anud a fin
bottles of beer. This was a lhar<
place to ferret out, and hlad evidlenti:
prepared with and eye to business
Continuing their search, thle oicor;
discovered a suspicious place ou
near the middle of tile kitchen floor
and under this wvani found a live-gal
lon tin can, containing a smnal
amount of corn whiskey of tile strong
est possiblo scent. A space hatd beoi
dug in the ground to 1101d the can
Four drinking glasses and a innne
were found in the apartment.
Mrs. Hughes was arrested by Doep
uty Sheriff Gilroath late im tihe after
noon. She appeared before Magis
trate Mauldin anti made arrange
ments for a preliminary hearing on
NOT ENOUGH FORt Al.L.
Commissionecr O'rnm Asks ()j1co Heeker
to Let Ugs.
(The State, 15 )
State Liquor Commitssioner Crum re
quests that the announcement ha mad<
that he has made his seletions for al
the places at his disposal at the Stat.
dispensary, and hopes that those whi
continue to write him asking for ap)
pointments will note the fact. Onl,
one of the appointmients has not ye'
been anlnouncedl--that of the successoi
to the Assistant Boeokkeeper' Yeldell
The man for this place has been so
leoted, but the appointment has not ye
bEen made publo.
EicaComnmissioner Doumthit is still as
alstieg $he now commissioner and wil
iemiain until-the end of the month. I
)not unlikely that be will remain b:
.olumbia and go into business here.
WHITE WOMAN BURNED
BY FIENDISH WHITES.
C'AS811 l: oAN, 'T WI:NrV YEA 18 (01.1),
WAS TIM VICTIM.
uut With CICnivep; then Iturned, Further
Pa'rticuIir8 of Ono of (ho Most
Horrible Crimes hocorded,
A Quick Trial for
(Special to The State.)
Chestorfield, March 22.-News
reached this placo last week of a most
horrible murder commiitod in the
uppor portion of this county, about
five Iilos southeast of the town of
J efferson. On Monday night, the
12th inst., Cassio Boni, a white wo
Imnii of very (uostionablo charlctor
was cut and burned to doath in the
woods. llor budy was cut in live
difl'ore'nt places--oach cut being a
doeop flesh wound. Tho gaulos rang
ed from four to twolvo inches in
length. This not satisf.ing the per
petrator or porpotrators of tlho dood, c
the poet woian was sot on firo and
ill (lothii:,; burned from her body.
8his crion is shocking in every do
tail. A lil )l8ess woman ciut and burn- I
od to death in the dead hours of the
night in the woods, nearly a mile
from any ono's 1,ouso. Ier screams
for morcy soun(ling in the night air
only l1d to the discovery of the dood.
The unfortunate woman lingero( in
her misery until Tuesday, tho 13 inst.
when death came.
A murder most foul ! A blacker
crimo cannot be conceived The very
thought of it sickonls a civilized peop)lo
Our civilization demands that the
guilty boe brought to speedy justice.
The blood of Cassio Bonn cries to 1
God from the ground. The fiends r
who took a woman's life in the dead
of night in the lonely woods must not
0scap. Lot justico bo done and the
majesty of the law vindicatdt
I.O1)(D14) IN JAIL,.
Henry Jackson, Ben Jackson; John
Jackson and Tom Steen, all white,
wore brought to Chesterfi0ld on
Thursday, the 15th inst., and lodged
in jail. They are charged with the
the murder of Cassie Brown. The
murder of this woman is by far the
most atrocious crime that has over
boon committed in Chostorfield conn
ty. It is said that Cassio Boan left
home on Sunday afternoon, the 11th
inst., and nothing was soon or heard
of her until her Llutilatod body was
found in the woods.
Lot the law say whether the men
now in jail are guilty of the crime or
not. we loarn that the evidence -
against them is strong.
The case will come up bofore
Judge Klugh at the April term of
Classie Boan was single, aged 20.
She w~as part Indian, the daughter
of George Blonn. The poor creature
was set on fire; all the clothing burnt
from hor body, anid when found wvas
1screamuin g and crying for help. Skin
wvould slip off when touched. There
waVIs a blood( trail of about a half a
mio~ long where she had crawled over
los n tried to escape. Doss Jack
son, Joh n Jackson, one of the accused,
Abb Kirklcy and1 Jim Vinor went to
her after first going to each other's
house collecting a crowd. She asked
John Jackson to take her hand, but
he refused. The ot,hers asked her
name and she told it. They threw
an overcoat'over hor and wvent away
Sam Woodward carried her from
her father's house Sunday afternoon
to the house of Vince MiItons, about
two miles away. From that place
she went away with Tom Stoen and1
Jackson. Nothing mere was heard
of her unit il found in the weeds.
Coroner WVood1wa rd went immedi
ately to the scone of the crime and
held an inquest, the result of whi.-h
the arrest of Harvey Jackson, Ben
Jackson, John Jackson, T. S. Steen,
who are now in jail awaiting trial.
All of the men are white and of had
charact ers. It is said that one of the
prisoners turned State's evidence.
Great indignation is felt in the
county over this horrible crime.
Our people are satisfied that jus
tice will be mooted out to the fiends
who so horribly tortured a helpless
I)lelegates nat Large to the Nationat
(SpecIal to Gicenville News.)
Columbia, S. 0., March 20.--The Rie
publican State convent,ion has been in
session here all (lay, but very, little
headway has been made. A platform
will be adopted endor sing the Mecin
ley administration and hIs coloinial
polIcy, but denouncing this State's euf
frage provisions, lynching, and the
crime leading to it. Smalis, Webster,
Deas and IR. Tolbort will be sent to
theojiational convention as'delegates at
Thei Merry Ma,k-rizn Augstat.
Our correspondent in Augusta writes:
1"ow people outside of Augusta realize
the magnitude of the coining free
street attractions which the Merry
Makers Association will furnish the
public during the week commencing
April 23d to 28th Inclusive. For sev
oral years past this city has put on the
inest attractions during their gala
week but the show of this year will sur
pass all past efforts in every part,icular.
A brief outline of the attractions are:
I'ho free performances on four large
)latforms to be erected on Broad street
vhere the finest artist that money and
3xperienee can procure. The amuse
nont, committce are now in corres
)ondence with theatrical managers of
,he I'ast who are booking their best
Lttraetions for Augusta Aside from
,his one of the highest class midways
vill ho in full blast on Broad street..
3pecial attention is callcd to the fact
hat the association will allow nothing
hat will be objectionable to the most
astidious, to be presented.
The display of Fire Works given last
'ear were superb but that word does
lot express the magnitude and beauty
if this feature of this year's show. Ex
Xctly twice t,be amount of tmtoney cx
>ended for this attraction last year will
>) spent tis season.
The Floral parado will surpass any
ike attraction given in the Southern
states. The association have offered
xceedingly handsome prizes for the -
>est decorated vehicles of all varieties
mnd in this manner furnish all those t
lesiring to enter into the parade an in
entive to spend both time and money
o make their vehicles superb. Au
usta is noted the world over for her
>eautiful - omen, therefore, what could
>resent a more beautiful spectacie than
parade nearly a mile in length and ]
ach vehicle .ccupied by one or more
f our beautiful women?
The large number of laboring people
f this section have signified their wil
ingness and desire to co-operate with
he Merry Makers and to insure the '
uccess of "Industrial Day" the ser
'ices of six thousand men, women and
hildren have been offered. In this
rand parade a majority of the mer
hants will have very attractive floats
hereby furnishing the show with a
,rand carnival effect.
Gen. Joe Wheeler, the most admired
mnd honored man of the South and the
oro of many wars has been extended
mn invitation to visit this city and par
icipate with the Merry Makers on
dilitary day. On this day it is the de
ire of the Association to have many of
ho State troops to participate in the
larade. At a meeting held at the Au
usta Exchange on Thursday the 8th,
If the merchants, the Savannah River
[mprovement, Company was formed.
l'he object of this organization is to
mprove the Savannah river as the
iame implies. The organization will
3xtend an invitation to the residents of
he Savannah river valley and bring
iundreds of people here to show them
.he many advantages which this city
has over any other Southern city.
very railroad entering the city has
signiiled its intention of putting on t,he
lowest possible rates for this excursion
andl aiding the Merry Makers in every
The recent disastrous fires have not,
materially affected the accomnmoda
tions of the city. Besides the several
large hotels that are in the city, there
are many commodious boarding houses
and many families have signified their
wvillingnoss to take boarders for this
occasion. The Merry Makers have
provided a Bureau of Information for
the accomodation of their guest,s and
those dlesiring to engage board or ob
t,ain any other Information concerning
the city wvill be furnished fr ee of charge.
Merry Makers headquarters are in
t,be Arcade Alley, the Herald's old
business ofice, between 7th and 8tn
strota. Call at, the omee and make
yourself at home. .Soparate and dis
tinct from the Merry Makers tile Con
federate Veterans will run a fair which
will be cent,rally located. Meals will
bo served at a nominal price, a check
room will be attached and in every way
Lith old Veterans will endeavor t,o please
MagIO and the Human 8te'mach.
The surgeons of the Johns Hop
kins hospital in Baltimore had a ro
mar-kable stomach ease onl Thura
lay. A young man was placed on
the operating table, and before bo
had loft it hlis stomach had boon
emptied, through the ab)dominal
wall, of the following articles of
Two screw eyes.
One small staple.
Twenty-five grains of ground glass.
Seventy-two pails, iron and wire
measuring from one to one. and one
half inches in length.
Nineteen wire nails, four Inches
ong,-with large heads.
Seven knife blades--one about
bree-quarters of an inch wide.
Nine horseshoe nalle, four inches
F3our brass watch chains, with
atches and stays,
*Twelve and one halt feot of thr
g 1 ain' irn a
The young man. Arthur Shu"
by name, who Nvill.survivo the ex.
porenco, had extreme diliculty,
when ho entered the hospital, in per
sualing tho surgeons that h i:r sto
ma'.h carried any such load. H iis
oarnostnoss, however, and growing
symptons of nausoa, finally induced
thom to operate. From the medical
standpoint interest centers entirely
in the ability of the hum an sttorunch
to carry such an extraordinary bur.
don, but Shutt's own story posses-es
exceptional qualities. He was an
amateur "magician," and had con
siderablo success owing to his clever
u1es inl palning.
In his porformances the young man
was foolish enough to contend t0ha1
blo mado i) use of coat sleeve n or
thor parts of his clothing in nakir,g
)bjectH disappear. Some medical
tudents, before whom he exhibited,
oubting his alleged supornatural
?owor, proposed that he perform
vhilo strippod of his clothing. Shutt
nadly assented, Brought to bay in
,ho nudo, the "tmagician" found that
10 had but oneo atlern,;tive to con
ossing that his art was merely slight
>f hand. That was to pahnt the ob
ects handed to hin into his mouth
md swallow themll. H choso the al
ornativo, and by skilful work suc
;eeded im swallowing the outire mnass
>f junk without affording the specta.
ors the slightest suspicion of its
vboreabouts. He gained their en
husiastic applause as being a second
-Ieddmann. This was done a week
go Saturday, and it is extraordinary
hat Shutt was not inconvenienced
nough by the stonachacho to be
Iriven to the hospital until next
L'uesday and then it took two days
or him to convince the surgeons that
hey were not being imposed upon.
['ho list of articles listed abovo was
arrie( in his stomach, therefore, live
lays. Shutt seemed a remarka'Ilo
ollow, even if his claims to supernat
iral powers be denied.
A TALKATVln ATTORN1T.
aya Will Take a,ooo Mlesn to Ot tho
MAan who Assaminateit (iocel
Cincinnati, March 10.-Mr.T. C.
)ampbell, representing the brothers
f the late Win. Goebel in the prose
ution of the assassination of Mr.
eoobel, was here today fresh from a
onference with his associates hold at
Loxiagton. He said that so far as
low known, the assassin was not yet
irrested. H added that the assassin
Nould be arrested whenever a force
>f 3,000 armed men could be had to
go to a certain county in eastern
Kentucky. Hie said further that the
attorneys for the commonwealth
alaimn to have proof to establish a con
spiracy for the assassination, but he
made the assertion that this conspi
racy was not charged against the Re.
publican leaders, but against what is
known as the "anti-Goebel party,"
lie further said it includes mon
who were offcials prior to tihe late
election and men who thought they
became offcials after the lato election.
Comrade PL !30 jrtgig
of Lewistton,. Ill., had sonuo thrilling ex
,Srienneos, bit snno M-emed more dangerous
than thiosoof lhi aite boartroublc. Ile says:
''l had severe paipitation of the heart
for years. My physkians said I
was liable to dr op dead any moment.
Pulsation at times would be 50a min
i,te .ncd I could scarcely breathe. I
"rew worse under doctor's care and
bgan taking lDr. Miles' Heart Cure.
It gave me prompt relief, and today I
anm in good health."
is sold by all dru gg lste on guarantee
firat bottle banenits or money back.
Book on beat, and norve o snt free.
Dr. Miles Medloat Company, EIkhart, lnd.
B00K AGENTS WANTED~FOR
the grandeet and fasteet-cellIn book ever publshed,
Pul pit Ichoes
&IROFULl IND ITS i
A. MOST WO mI)t
A Grand Old Lady G1h
Mirs. Thankful Orilla Ilurd lives in
Livingston Co., Mieli. This venerable ai
the year 1812, the year of the great wa
York. She c u-ne to Michigan in 1810, tl
too." All her culties are excellently
tentive meiory, her mnind is full of inpt
life, of the early dlays of the State of D
lutrkable people s1he has lnet, niid the si
ness. But nothing in her' varied and n
velois aid worthy of attention than i
JOHNSTON'S SARSAPAIILILA. Mrs.
disposition to scrofula, that terribly desi
and is cursing tile lives or tt ousands an
tits of the death angel. Transmitted 1
found in neary every family in one foi
lIearance in <1readful running sores, in
goitre, or in eruptions of varied forms.
may be known as eatarrh in the head,
annd often Is, the pr1'ime cause or consum
Speaking of her case, Mrs. IIurd sal
with a hati skin disease. My arms and
sores. disch:irging yellow matter. My
unsightly in al>pearance. My body waf
My eyes were also greatly inflamed and
nuch. My blood was in a very bad cc
at frequent intervals, and I had no app(
was in a miserable condition, I had trie(
inentled, and <doetor after (oetor had fn
the state told mo I must die of scrofulo
were beginning to form. I at length wta
his famous Sarsaparilla. I trie(1 a bottli
thing else, as I had no faith in it, and
began to grow better. You can be sure
imany bottles. But I steadily improved
sores healed up, all the bad symptoms (Ii
an(d I have never been troubled with se
of 83 years Is not a young woman, but I
since then, and I firmly believe that JOl
greatest blood purifier and the best mdi,
scrofula and as a spring medicine." Thi
not lok to be more than sixty, and she r
life was saved by JOHNSTON'S SARS1
WEZO23'ZGra4.1' a324. CO'mEx
W. E. PELHAM, .
SMITH'S DRUG S
THE REEDEIt P11
Dn. L. G. CORBE'
Ceadexsod Schedule Ia Rfiof(t
Docomber 10th, 189f.
STATIONS. Xo u.1
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tr. ch iSl....... . . a ..... A 1 n A
-~.lCflc It ............ .......... . . .A
..rc,orlt............. 1 .... a .1 a A :
. nron"............ w~a s p21 m L
-C3.nido.......... b a .T 6p rt L:
r. Atlfnta. ('n'i0mo W 26 m A6
aTATTONS. T. ln. -
No. 18. _iP.. A
I..r..n..l...........6 80 pi m 015ar L'
"_tdmoat.... .. ' 00 p m 1040 4 m
" illiar.netoa,........ 62 pm156 p
ik. Ant rson ...........tp81 m 10 a '
Ar. helton ....... r p 1w 1 a m A
r. .p I 114on , n
SI.Aboialle........... 10 m 10 p~ a
~V~fodgeo................ . 1, p 1 a A
C.r. r onwood.........S 00- ym I2 y A
" inot'y-six....... .. ............ 19 5pA
S h....,... - - - ............ . 16 m
br. onsiile............ [. 1. m........LB
' orusbui......... ............ ass
bumi mevll .................. .. . 1
. Ches..... ...... ,. 1I 4 w L
UTP i ( 4..Qharleston.a.r ' b3 i
1AiOCan 741a " fiujmorville 7p 5 s
8B0ab0)ta " aingebuIg *"
.. . ..avannah Ar .......
403 al."... "..rnweni.. " . ..
0Ba 12 2f p "C...lston...a
4Qia 128~ *4 " ..nto..." 1
0 a 2 )p"a.. .Unon.
0 64B "8 ..Paoolet ... ":
1___25__ArE artanburg Lwj11 4 .
"P" p. mn. "A" a. mn. "N" aighit.
Pullmanpaae sloing car.: en e5oand
oni these trains serve all meals enroute,
TrislaeSpartanburj, A. & 0. dIvis, t
northbound 7:05 a. mn., 8:I p..ni, Ot18 p ,
(Vestibule Lm'itted); southbQ 12:26 m
in5p.m 11:84 a. mn., (VestIbule Limited.
Trin lav Geevile A. and -. di o
:90p. in. 12: . m. (Vestibuied LmIted)
ing oar. beween Bayannah anid Ash
pati. Also Pullman D)rawin -room steeping
cars between Oharleston and oltba.
PRANK S. GANNO, . M
ThirdV-..&Gen. Mr., 1ri oao
Washington, D3. 0. Washington, .'C..
W. A. TURK - . N. NARDWIOK
Gri. Pass. Ag'*u As't Gen. Pass. Ag'
Wasingon D.O.Atiazita . a.'
Beautiful Woman and a
Handsome Horse appealtteevery
ISoIthar~ beterfr tus of, and may be
kt rirmam i iss y - i
This Ln/ment is the best antiseptic known,. *8
It positively kills disease germs. It cure 'j
Rhieumalism, Cramp and colic, Used gen. 'J
eraliy in tho stable with good results, where
other iinimenats fail. In the family in prefer.
ence to any known liniment ont the market,
externally or internaliy. Every bottie is war.
ranted' Family size, s3 cents.
Iforse si ze, 56 Cents and $s.o,
Bea the. Iho0 l(dl You lists Alwm' Soggh
es 11cr Experlenco.
the beautiful village of l3righton%
id highly respected lady was born in
e, in IIebron, Washington Co., New
le year of "Tippecanoe and Tyler
)reserved, and possessing a very re
!resting reminiscences of her early
[lchigan and the interesting and re
irring events of which she was a wit
anifold recollectionm are more mar
ire her experiences in the use of
IIurd inherited a i ndency and pre
ructive blood taint which has cursed
l marking thousands more as vie
'rom generation to generation, it is
m or another. It may make its ap
unsightly swellings In the neck or
Attacking the mucous membrane, it
>r developing In the lungs it may be,
rs: "I was troubled for many years
limbs would break out in a mass of
ieck began to swell and became very
covered with scrofulous eruptions..
weakened, and they pained me very
ndition and my head ached severely
tite. I had sores also in my ears. I
every remedy that had been recom
lied. One of the best physicians In
as consumption, as i-ternal abcesses
told of Dr. Johnston, of Detroit, and
, more as an experiment than any
greatly to my agreeable surprise, I
I kept on taking it. I took a great
until I became entirely well. All the
sappeared. I gained perfect health.
rofula since. Of course an old lady
have had remarkably good health
INSTON'S SAtSAPARILLA Is the
ine in the wide world, both for
remarkably interesting old lady did
epeated several times, "I believe my
A.MY : a:E0.3E.C!, Ma!c!r.
NoWI)orry, S. C.
IORE, Newberry, S. C.
ARMACY, Nowberry, S. C,
'T, Prosperity, S. C.
lorida Central & Peninsular
Time Table In Effect Nov. 19,'99.
,ave Now berr ...................... .............2 00 pm
rrl.v. Colum ba.....................................880pm
No. 83. No. 85.
P. Columbia..........1135pm 147am
v. Columbia .............10 35am 12 47am
r I)ennark ..............1210pm 2 i5am
I Fairf ax.................12 55am 3 02pm
r Savannah.............. 8 7pln 5 b8am
r Brunswick........... 7 00 pm 8 40am
r Jacksonville......... 7 40pm 9 11am
.Jacksonvillo......... 8 OOpm 920am
- Lake City.............. 1128pm
r Live Oak............... 12 18pm
r Tallahassee ......... 8 S8pm
SItiver Junction..... 5 2pm
r Mobilo.................... 8 0 a m
rNow Orleans........... 7 409m
r Waldo ...................10 41 pm 1126am
Gainesville ........... 12 01pm
Cedar Keys .......... 0 85pm
Ocala ........... 11am 140pm
W Ild wood .............. 2 40am 2 32pm
r Orlando ................ 8 20am 5 00pm
e.Tampa........... 030am 680pm
No. 84. No. 88.
r Tampa.................... OOpm 8 00am
r Orlando.................. 6 8Opm 8 25m
r W ildwood.............12 80am 10 55am
r Cedtr Key ............ 7 15am
7 Gainesville ............ 12 62pm
r Waldo .................... 5 06am 1 47pm
, Tallahassee............. 1 48pm
r Live Oak............... 4 42pm
r Lake City 625pm
r Jacksonville........ 8 20am 7 45pm
Brunswick............ 8 45am 8 8Opm
r Savannah ............12 27pm 11 50pm
r Savannah ............12 35pn 11 69pm
r Fairfax.................. 2 20pm 154am
ri enmark ............... 8 04pm 2 42am
r Columbia...4 8pm 4 86am
New berry........ 1226pm
r'rainsa arrive and depart in Columbia at
and lug slreet Station. Nos.835 and 80 carry
illman sleeping ears between Columbia and
ckslonville. connectin g at Columbia with
ever to and~ (rem New York, also connect
g w ih - ncinnat.1 sleeper via Asheville..
Nor. 33 and 84. Pullman Drawing Room
Lieping car between Tamp Jacksonville,
Lvannuh, Columbia, connootn with sleep.
s te an d from Colum bia and NwYork.
For further information apply to
P T . BEAY, U. T. A.,
S. D. BOYLBTON, T.P. A.,
Colun bia.'8. C.
L. A, 8IHIPMAN, A. G. P. A.
A. 0. MAoDONELL, C. P.A
From Maker Direct to Purchaser, U
-will last a(
and give &
A Poor Piano
years an d
is always Good, alway eiable -
Salways atisfactory, always Last.
. You take no chances in buy.e
tctssomewhat mere than aU
cheap, poor piano but Is muoh the
o heat in the end.
No oher Hih Grade Piano sold so
Wreasonable actory pries to retali
5buyers. Easy payment. Wait.es,
L.UDOEN & BATES
Savannah, Ga., and New York&ty.
TLANTWC COAST LINE!
etween Oharloston and "Columbi)a1
Upper South Oarolia, North Caro.
lina, Athons and Atlanta.1
WIrM INGTON, MQ. O, Nov. 20th, 189?.
o1K WoEST: In Efleet Jan. 15, Goise EA.?,
00 am vs..hrston, 5.0.r.... Ar s0
40 amv Ly..".".hu e,~ .A r 20 pm
0 amnA r....Columba""""" 8 18pm
08 Pm Ar,.F . Clinton .""'Lv
O7pmbAr '.a"s,o , y 1146 am
o pm A r.. .uarlotto, .J "/. a
Nob. 62 an~ S8 olIi tr& xi between Ohale
lnrnba,.Newber~ anLaunu I~..m
larleston nWe OaonR
3. R. KE Y, 'T.,E
In Effect November 19, 1809.
(Eastern Standard Time.)
A.M. P.M. FM. 'M. A.M A.M
22 84 53 62 85 3
6 60 7 to 1 36 l.v Laurens A r 1 85 4 80 11 80
0 00 7 10 141 " Parks Ar 1 23 4 20 1120
0 35 7 40 1 63 ..Cllnton.. 113 4 00 11(0
0 53 7 18 203 GoldvIlle 1.0 881 920
7 05 8 10 210 ..Kinard.. 12t-8 820 8 560
7 13 8 18 2 16 ...ary... 12 48 8 11 5 41
720 825 22. ..Jalapa.. 1243 801 882
810 860 234 Nowberry 1280 2146 810
8 10 9 13 2 49 Prosperity 12 17 2 1o
9 00 9 80 2 69 ....Sllghs.... 12 07 166
9 10 9 34 8 02 14 Mountain 12 08 1 60
9 30 9 50 8 10 ...1'hapin... 11 48 1 86
940 1000 322 ililton 11 43 127
9 40 10 6 3 .3 W hite Itok 11 40 1 22
956 1' 16 311 liallentino 11 85 114
10 15 10 30 8 40 ......Irnmo..... 11 27 1 00
10 25 10 40 3 40 ..Leaphart,. 11 20 12 50
14 45 11 00 4 05A rColulnblal.v 11 18 12 30
No. I Mixed, Daily Excpt, Sunday.
A r Newb. rry 7 45
lru4p:1ty 7 20
Sligls 0 b2
Little Mount'n 1 41
ChaIpin 0 20
1111ton 6 01
White Itock 6 66
Iialentlno 5 -35
11,1110 6 2:i
Leaphart 6 05
Lv Columbia 4 45
No. 5. 1Iotweon Laurents and Newborry.
Lv Newberry 9 10 p in
IV Jalapa 982 p In
Lv Gary 9 .1 p m1
Lv 1inard 048 1)
l.v (loldvillo 0 58 p mn
Lv Clinton 10 15 p m1
Lv Parks II) 35 pin
Ar Laurons 10 45 p n
8 00 At Greonvillelv 12 O
310 Spartenburg 114
5 10 Augusta 9 -0
Trains 52 and t3 ru1s eoli(1 between Char.
leeton and GreenvIllo daily.
Trains i2, 84, 85 and I, daily except Sunday,
between Colunbin and I.aurent.
Train 8, (ally except Siunday and Monday.
between Columbia and L.aurens.
rrain 5, between Newborry arid Laurens
Closo coni ction at Sumter for all pointa
Close oonneotions at Spartanburg for the
Hount.ains E. CAVENAUGH, Agt.,
N+-wborry, 8. 1'.
TO ALL POINTS
North, South and Southwest.
Schedule in eilcot Nov. 6, 1899.
SOUTH OUND. No. 03. No.41.
n,v how York, via Penn. .It.*11 00 am *v 60 pui
\Vashington......................6 00 pm 4 8 am
" tichmond......................... 900pm 905
Lv .'ortsrnouth " " " 8 45 pm *P 20 a
Ar Weldon, via S. A. L......... 11 10 pm 11 43 a.1.
Ar Hend.rson. " ......,..*12 50 am 1 85 pm
Raleigh 4 ..... 2 22 am 3 80 pm
" Southern Pines " .......... 4 27 " 6400 pm
" Hamlet, " ......... 14 " 7 00 "
Lv Weilmington...................... *34.'
Ar onroe ................. *63 " 9
Ar Charlotte, via 8. A. L...... *8 00 " *10 26 pin
" Chester, via S. A. L.......... *8 1 am 110 6i pm
" Greenwood " . 10 45 " 1 12 am
" Athens "' 1 21 pin 3 48am
" Atlanta, 8. A. L. 8 60 pm 6 15 "
NOIITIIIIOUND No. 402. No.88.
Lv Atlanta, (Central Time) *100 pm *8 60pm
Ar Athens ....... 8 08 pm 11 ub pm
" Greenwood " , 40 " 1 4Oam
" Cheater ' 7 53 " 4 08 "
Ar Monroe, via S. A. L....... *9 80 pm 45"
Lvuharlotte,via B.A. L...... +8Upm *ot(
Arllamlet....-...................... 11 10 " 7 43
Ar Wilmington .12 06 pi
" Southern Pines................. 12 02 am 0 00 am
Ar Raleigh, via 8. A. L ........ *2 0J am 11 18 am
" Henderson, ". 3 20 amt 12 45 nm
Ar Welden, via 8. A. C.......... 4 66 am 2 50 pm
Ar k'ortsnouth " . 7 2 am 620 "
*Richmond,......A.C. L ...... 8 15 " 7 20
" Washingt?n,viapenn. R.R. 12 81 pm 11 20
" New York. " " " *328 o *dam
LV GI-nton 4 .....210"* e~
Ar New bor.ry 2214 "m '8 20 a
* D'ly. f D'ly, ex. Sunday.
Nom. 408 apd 402.--"The Atlanta Special,"
Solid Vest,ibule Tirain of Pullman Sleepers
and Coaches bet.ween Washington and At
lanta. also Pullnaan Sleepers bet,ween Ports.
mouth andi Charlotte. N'. C.
Nos. 41 and 88.--"The 8. A. L. Exprss,"
Solid Train, Coaches and Pullman 81cpe'
between P'ortamouth and A tlanta. cpr
Bt.th trainas miake immediate connection at
Atlanta for Aiontgomery, MiobIle, New Or
leans, Texas, Callifornia Me.xico, Chiatta.
nooga, Nashville, Miemph'ls. Alacon, Florida.
jFor Tickets, Sleepers, and Informat,ion, ap -
G. MocP. IA TTEI 283Tryou St, Charlot to, N.
P'E. 8T. J4OJin, VicePresnad G.en'1 Manageyr
gV. E. Mo11B Uen'Ilsuporintendent,
H. W. B. GLO4VElI, Traillo Mlanager.*
jL. 8. ALLEN, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
GENERAL OEF'IOES: PORT5IMOUTH,. VA.
OSIIIltOildll)sScII Caraiila hWy C
....Augusta and Asheville Shorti Line.
Sohedule in Effect Jan. 17, 1000.
Leave Augusta---........9 40 a m 1 40 pi
Arrive Greenwood...........12 .>,p m p m
Lur'e ----.. I 10 p in 6385a m
....... Oo0 p mi 10, 16 am
Glenn 8nings.. 00p m
Spat tan burg.8.. 8l10p In 9 'Oa
M ..--........... 588 pm
HeOndersonville.... 03 p mn
Aheville......... 7 00 pm
Leave Asheville....... 20 a in
8 ar tan bur.g....11 45 am 4 10p
Giez.n SpigslOU....0 0a ru
Gienville...l~..2 1p 400USp"m
Au """"'"".-"...... p.. 730pm i
Andron-...--...8 85a mi
PAetesbur---..... 7 8 1048a
Nohfo mk .. ........80a .m -------
eave Alloa - .-----.
Fairfax..""""'"...... 12 pm
Y * asc.. ..... ..... 7 16 pm
SIle ufo - 0165am 16pm
Leave i I.lya:-.....100 pm 7344am
Yemassee.. """.t0p 82am
Fair fax """"" 39m 0am
'Onncein tre n om An usa ik~efelho
leaboard Air Line. nu V e lr all pointe on
ons o nnAtin dat Greenwood for all
Nt partanbnr1 wit 8o'thndrG. Italwayan
ates. scheduls,aoresrs Ial ekt
W. J. CRAIG,Gn.P.Ag
E,M. NOR'PH. 801. Agt
T. Md EMERISON,rlTraffe Manager.
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD
1. 0. BEMTii'A Receiver.
between Anderson ad Walhalla.
IATrsoUND. UiD N,
41o.Ig / Mixed.
*o 1 Stations, N. t
L 1100I am...., ..*5 pm
11122 amZdP, d Lissn.L 4 29 per
J. 1ANDER~SO rit *~ A