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By JOSEPH A. ALTMHELER,
iuthor of I .-A 1'ir r & 3linlltn,"A
(Copyright, 19I, by .1jeph A. Altshe'cr.j
A TRYINO SITUATION.
I looked( at the prisonr., 1111( was
Texed by doubt. W ith a bat tle on ine side
of him andi a womlai oin tho other what
is a man to do? She rturned iy gaze
with great, pure eyes. which sicinied to
say I was a villain, a nwn.sttr, yet I
had been doing my exact dutY, that It
a faithful sollier inl tle( caue o' (it (ho
coitinental conigres. anI freed'in, wileil
she, a1 womlan. ia girl. hail prs1iinedc to
turn from tho thin f,ir wit hih t(i
had intenlel her miI to imeldle with
wvar. I was mre than vexcd- I was ai
gry, angry att her fojr atmtinin!g such a
task anl angry at Imyl lv bing foiccd
into at situlationl . Jill! (if troule.4
On the right, inl t L. fringe 4f woodl
a quarter of a inile vway, tih l fo riLe
shot had been fird(1, lii[ its ich v:is
speeding ecr(iss tlie fil ILs Tit )OW.
(er flushed no more, ail t he sIloh rwu
,inl lazy (-oils ovvr fthe ;;ruIt INwhichl
m11eni htl fought. anrl seine (ul divd.
Tho victors, tile capturv(e (Itail with)l
them, were riding awav I almost lal
cied I could hear (li0 hc:it. of til ir
horses' hoofs, all the lal, .1 kitw, lay
with theil 1Ices uipturniIed to the sun,i.
waiting there iit il tho last. trilnly caill.d
to them to rise again Anlit here waN 1,
1a11 atomil, lift il (lite Irift of tie armics,
cut off from Ily coirides a1:1 a1nLn
with this girl.
The horses s iItiftd allout 111uasily,
staniped their feet, andtl once mine raised
his headl and Ileiglel, a1s i in 'i-uh he
heard the beat ing hmols of t lhe za Ih lpng
detalchillent. 1) nilww that his cni .
rades, too, were leaving litnii, thiugh I
cannot say that it was it desert-i'on in
tended by either horse or mana.
The girl's look of relproach turnedl to
one of inquiry. Slo Fat. on a lg, lir
little ridling whip hianging illy in her
han1i1d. For tLo first tiio I took not- of
her face-tho delicnte( 1.iut irm ibiiilig
of each featuro; tho eliar lpt his of lir
dark, bluo eyes; thto bronz.4 gol it hur
hair, clustering inl tiny *N-curl, artiuil li -r
forehead; the roso reI f her clvks, lil'j
a flushl; her lithe, strong, yung y igiire
Why is it tl-It wint-i (;oI wishes to
mako woliell v!-p(ciatlIv wt-icd amIlid
troublesoimt) lIe miiakeis thei h1ieat iuil?
"Well, you IVI , Slo sa if[, 1w41
'do you purpose to st. mofr'".
"Wen eY givo y'our woril of lionor
that you will tell Cornwallis niotlong
about tho strength of Morggais jorces
and our present movements.
"That I will not (o.'
"Thell you rem1ainll y prisolnT.."
Yet I would have beu i hool even to
lvo taken her word of lionor W I hnt
woman has any regard for tht truth in
military mnatters? If sho coul( find(I a
chance, slo would ceit:i,mjly give itr
mation that would bring cornwallis, as
well as TalIeton, oln Morgain.
"I thiik that it is enough for Eng
lishmetI theIselves to liglitI us without
sendling their daug hters also against us,'
'My father did not scnd me1, 'she saitd
quickly. "1 camoit ofl my own alc'ord."
"'So much th liwovrse,"' I replieitd.
But niot hinig was to lio ga ined biy
standing thero, anid talkiig I esides, it
is never well for a sohlier to disputo
with his p)risonier It iarguies an insli
cloiney for his poisitiont A captor should
bear himself with dignity and1( reservo'.
I would show my quality
I untied the horses and1( led thbema to
the log on which she was sittinig
"'Get up!'' I said curtly naid in a tone
Tho natural roso flush of her checks
deepened a littlo.
'"You speak as if you were miy nas.
ter, " she said.
"That is just wh'lat I am-for (ho
present, " I replied. "'Mounit your hot-sc
at once. "
She gav'o mie a sidow iso look fromt eyes
that flashed, but sho stoodl upon0 tho log
"'This log is too low. and thio saddlo
is too high, " she said.
I stopped forward and held out my
hand to asa -t bier.
"'Don't touch mo, you rebell"' site
cried aind leaped lightly into tho 8sadd11o
I felt hurt.
"I wish you wouldn't call me a
rebel, " 1 said.
"But it's true."
"W\ell, perhaps it Is in a way, and in
a way, too, 1 aml pr'oud of It. Are you
proud of your king?"
"It doesn't take much to arouse Eng
''You will think more of him wvhen the
war Is over. It will pay you to do so.'
"'Meanwhilo we waill ait until
"What (do you pulrpose to do with
me-keep moe a p)risoer?"lP
".It Is my misfortuato. "
"The courtesy of a rebel."
"1 shall take you to General Mor
" Then Tarleton will rescue me. Your
M1organi cannot stand before him.
I was afraid that she spoke the truth.
We wvero oututmbered, and besides
more than half our force was rawv mili
tia. The odds wore great against us,
and knowing it I did not reply to her
While we were talking she sat in the
saddle with the easy seat of a good
horsewoman. I held iiy horse loosely
by the bridle. She was twiddling the
whip in her bands. Suddenly she leaned
over and iashed my horse across the
eyes with her whip. The blow was
given with all her might, and the
startled horse roared, jerked tihe bridle
out of my hand and ran away
4"Goodby, Mr Rtebeli" she shouted,
and drawing her whip across her own
horse gallhope'd oif in the opposite direo
I believe I swore.. I was angry and
alarmed, too, for this girl, with her
was a formidable eonmy, escaped, alnd
nfight cause the destruction of thle en-'
tire ariy ot tho south and tho loss of
till thoe southern c(olonics. I drow a pis
tol, it being tuny idea to kill tho lorse,
but it was i shot that I could not risk.
I thrust, tho pistol back in t.% po(ket
aid ran after 1Ny horse. liH was :"o (qr
4 ,0 y".'(ds awav. 1i111f llf wi th rag' tkil
p:in, his bridlo swinging besido hin.
I ain a very good rnlmner, but I do yint
cli ti I t be as swift as a horse. Nevr
theless I inlado speed as I ran afltr hiln,
:1110 1 whistled and shoute-d wilit a i;:,jr
tll,1t lillw4t, 1I','e cclivillceltl hilli 4)* Ilily
intcntit i itns. I l"Oked h:n'k otte, and thw
gril'l d the hi1-8 she 'ode were grow i t :
snttalltcr as they sI.,ed over the desott
fund iifented fields. MlY ne-d . f a lose,
too, was growilil ar lrsiig M m Ill -
l1, thtero wias Ivil< u alti-.t, tlteTo Wi
I wiktleI ill the calls that a frield.
ly :ind Vtll Itreat! it re s1)4 t0h I li )w
tlifld rIw'llil , (lilt !!1(it g ec to 1*'u11
[itllr hilit wi:h Owhe best !pwcd that I
rcolulld c *::!l1:all0. 'i - Ilv em-e mcde( to
ur1i'rsttiltd ill to ll h OuIT I lt, I w as"a
tillt it'pon:siit, ior th blow tli ha ck
Ie ia.l i pr e, l1 k b i ia.tk ov t r is
shldIt-1,l' at ]III- alnd wilill" (d. I wik
(l.d elhna;i l ., , whilitnied .:i
1 il, riFut'1111 (r 'iliu w ho I lli b Ibt A
fI('klit, W lt ' tc:iim' .1 ti t , fr htit asir a
illt Iat' 1i,t1 ii et itt l ita i Sitei
utt* I til lit , c l l il to wth t;t(1
dlte andti iril t Ili hi o-ad th, othcr way
"Nt w. lt( Id ht I ' ic d, "yot u cl
I:Ih , llit vollt ilt)) ly w iy '
wi r,, ttilt I ravo ht t
oin' tttti ttitt' That:I T it a ts to 1lotiglit,
f' r iw was akx.l vs iltultiiolts tillt irouli
(It lli aet'ti, ltl v tti t 4 Iw v iv-1 tt)
fir Nds altr Il' ditap:wring gill She
wi s a i ll qtin c r (it t a ilo awaY, illt (
il rfimIre was growing"'diti oi Ot hori
Z ' Ill Alli tho'. t '11:11-ier ol' atllio it)(1
sh ol tdi h tle i t h I'le woods, wh I -ro tth4l
0'tWt' l lit of l it' tre's would lalo
li.l ( o clud'lo 1131 pl silifit 11 ort'over,
t it.-o li; Ils I tirls arf qftvin daring
ttirts tt - " l' i vven at thwtf distance I
C1h4 ttt that sh rc o wl itk tl00Ptro i'
I'it I niew I the gunit r, and shlo did
lot, I w1 114, t4t.i tt1 to 4-nrt froi n it S no
thanc t that woul imablo mio to over
.I .'i1i il; , d It l I.N ho-so I did mnoro
th:i a l i'conra.tlt- 1 .11,11aled to his prilo
an<d h-s sclir-i of grat ittulu I 1-cimindedd
hiin h I I ha< ridtln oitm all tho way
fritl tie tlit, i n itdo I w Ie t i k Southi
with '', low i h:e1 tIlildti l i a id
ar-el Ilow iti :11ol 1*s 41 hi1., (Aotel when
IwrS cmi wnitpish'd ill -.; d lia rY miyself
ailI led to h1n ld o lnt Io let 111a1
girl Caloic when so dinh fatle (A onl
t1'r captiure. when-11 I wofaltt ul t-H e e tiy
dis--ract-Al, and < l lh \\1tlh tIl', if \\- 1wr
inttlu is l t Lt . 11 .trie.l:(.4 and olit
Wlit lt-d it , l fch t t i tms y on it ce led
' t' w ts a s't 11i 1b ' ho.I . awit l be soft
grss ll o i 11(1 neilnm:h, foot v ll i
i uutittt'ut hi. 1tr ld h at iin d,
1wlil Ihl(t w 11r Iiw I :a t ti t' his
botI ,ite ws o tlt iurt wthe..s 1nnest1h
"ot tih'l ld mith, ood jai' I
taid i h:1( l1:ti t -il lt Pu t yit a 1 ur O l
Put, th om aino u lli Colil-tt-eit tha
.ral.Im becn 'mi was st) rehale alld
Wltedy l bAn the I h :it' trs shighily as .
tigil thatt hu wolh do Ih Iis bvst. Imr 11ti.
having it Iiuo to say nlorn, all(t ho rane
at littlo astr I t lititi sharp watch for
rtonke ad he r the o groitd, having
nol nt1i to .rit all which r ht shooin
till, ild mur-wd Iny conlr:uh. S ::41rength,
for oll I'id< as w\.-.i ats sca it sterl) cbaso
is Nonlg ooro
The liutre ot the girt an tihe horso
hille rodo w\.:Is ' rowingi larger, goo t proof
the s I was close upon wihl
whea tttrahd lithlenliertlonhi
ysshn ot t, t o butrtelliogvn
sei'ui yelow lutr a ek utthn o l
Steay , ut't l'' t1o orid otyfihu
(t yellowtt htir tes?( Wel,no. h
ehoiir stcluntsy, ill tried, no-eige
Ared yad gin to iltIot yusefbbae
by-ii tydtgt" a ttv
r:netttfot to5 Athr tecndfate W
lym anfe o ieht tlef soite f utt- i.o l
riecovert hics toertilty ant ththe ofI hsofIan:
Olid lit shrtcedtior iftte. otipii cord aos
count he vads thttio I gainel ad
stillshe as ntrthte osonh ad
not lookdback nilc teveryn vestige
a ty gln te, followeid bid ap <tuic
Ifh yo hver intupout sore,ie thae t
boo o Cai~r,tittiwrT h rmedial
depa~rttt neveyii outtot r adye
watied;we tiae n ehate frna sigs sof
vIce' Vur ette wil rCaerp undi
careul tt~tiei, 01( hv e bld is
the blod ner thesore,iit-nrease t
sno. too, hadti noticed the gainl and would
now be unierciful to her horso. I was
exultant, willill"' to hm:ast (if it, itild I
shared lily feelitigs with Old 't..
"NotI e I h:t vellow hatred girlagain,
Ilut. I said Whenl we catch her this
tilie. we will tako caro thtt sho (oes
It -,ervo us stn(h a trick agail If wo
catlUot tvust 2iln EngliSitin, Put, how
en nrih cn we put any faith in al
wo li al . i:tn ,'
Put h:.1! rkecoivedi a shiAht, slash onlco
fromn the s:abcr (ot anl E-'lglishnlianl who
ht:ad otlert-d tosurrender to nio and thin
triedl to back out of it. and( ho know
what I iniant F'or tho first tino ho ut
tere<l I slIiglt snort, called( on0 neCw
l1nusclo ilto pliy. an wo steadily short
eled the distale between us and the
She wVuld have got into the wood a
few Ioinents later but she abruptly
EIlled ill tier horse. turnel im il hull
about anl galloped oil to the left I
guessel the trouble it onco Tho heavy
rais often wash great gullies inl our
South Carolina soil, andl a kind provi
(lence, wishing to obligo me, had placed
ono of these ill her w:ay It wts eqtil to
i gaill of 200 feet wit hout all effort, an<d
I turtied Old Put at onco into the courso
sho wa. taking
")onl t you see, Put, ' I said, "that
the bord is on our sifo and she anRI
that burnt brown cob of hers that has
passe<l iost of his lifo llitelled to a sut
ler's wvagon will bo delivered into our
Old Put fairly neighed, his first rcal
expressionl of tritumph. I1(o wits its muro
of tho victory now as I was, and I had
coifidence int tho judgment of my old
"Stop, stopf" I shouted to tho girl.
"If you don't stop, I'll shoot "
I had a long barreled horso pistol,
'which I hail <drawn and( was flourishing
nuimignitWi-tly. I wias within hearing
I hough nit shoot ing r:ngo, :ad I I rusted
that. I would lie ablo to frighten her into
But sho did not stipp. She had worn
her whip into shrels, aud thin red
strvaltls of llootd Zigzagged across the
horm"'s sides, but she poulledl on withI
the stonp. I ftl. I genuine pity for her
honse, hack though h10 was, but, nom1
(TO HE CONTINUE-D.)
It ICK i..S H DICIVINO ON TilE PUBLIO
A ISM1 toi Stop thim Notaie Pnaned Seenid
Ct'nlig li the Lowt-r floute.
ITho Sato, Jan. .1S.]
Th houso yeterday killed two
hills 1and gave six others their second
reading. Tbo day was spent in
work, outside of the interruptions in
cident to Iho iniguration.
Aftor tho opening exercises a num
he- of now bills woro introduced.
BONDS o1' PUBLIC OFFICERS.
Th first of tho second reading
bills was that of Mr. J no. *P. Thomas,
Jr., to regulato the bO1nds of public
4 -ilicors. Thorn wtia no debate on
It. providos that bonds of all
couity olivorm iust bo recorded by
the clerk or with the resister of
1108110 ContveYan1cO ti( by him trans
Inlitte'd immeitdiaitely to the secretary
of Statte, whlo shall1 file them with thte
State tr-easure'r. VTe bonds of
county dlisp)onsors mtust 1also be re
cotded witht the clerk of court and1
luist he filed( wit h directors of thte
Theii bands of Stto, distrtict and
circuit otlicers but must beu recorded
by the secretary of State and filed
withi State tretasurer--and the bontd
of t ho latter must be filed with the
A certified copy shall be goodi and
suhliciont evidentco in suits instituted
on such bontd..
VTo last set.ioni roeads:
"'That it shall be unlawful for any
personi to assume or attempt to as.
sum11 (lie dutties of any oaicol in which
a bond is required; andl anry person
aissumaing or' attemptitng to attsume
the (huties of any oflice as aforesaid,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
and( shatll be subject to a fino of $500,
or imprisonment for not less than
three monthIs, in the discretion of the
Mr. C. E. Robinson had a bill to
increase (lie salary of the superinten
dent of education of Pickens County.
As it is an amtend(met to a statute,
the latter was printtedl in fnll in the
bill anid a number of members took
occasion to oflier amendments to the
stauto. At the suggestion of the
speaker the bill wast recommitted, to
be puit in such shtapo that no co,fu
51011 could result.
Among the amendments proposedi
are the followitng: Abbevillo, #400)
and $100 for travelling expenses;
Charltetn $000 and $100 for ex
Ipense; Clarendon, increase from
SI150 to $525; Laurens, from $450 to
$100; Mallboro, Irom $300 and ox
penses t) $500 atnd no additional
contingetnt pay ; Oconee $350 to $500;
P1ickens $300o to $500.
Other amendments may be sub
NEGLIGENT sCHoOL TEAcHEuis.
There was a fight on Mr. Auli's
~bill to empower school trustees to say
what niumbor of hours school shall
be in session, provided the number
of honrs shall not. exceed seven a ay
in winter, and eight hours a day i
spring and summor.
Alir. A till explainied that thoro at
teichvier % who do not keep thei
schools in session longor than foi
hou11r a day, and the poe: shoul
bo given t rustees to make their (1
better. To provent trustees fror
being ( x! rme, a limit is plaeed ii
Mr. Kiblor andI Mr. Fraser spok
in favor of the bill. Mr. Prince or
Thero was a spirited debat ovv
Mr. Tatuin's bill to provent recklet
driving on the highways. Tlie bil
passod second reading.
Whe the bill caio up Mr. Tatmr
said thore is now no law ou the stitt
uto books to reach thiv offense. 11
declared that the bill had been rv
ported unfavorably because meabr
of the committee own raeo horses an<
want to speed them on the high wayi
Io recalled the fact thit on of ib
best. citizens of Orangeburg had ri
contly been killed byi a negro drivin
Mr, Logan of Charleston advocatel
the bill. A fow days ago ho had at
tended court at Monk's Corner. I
is a imilo from tie station to th
court. i1ouse, and foot pasonger
were constantly in danger of bein
run over by negroes driving reck
Mr. Akbley opposed the bill, fo
it is hard to defie reckless driving
The bill would give opportunity t
prosecuto through prejudice.
Mr. John McMaster said that thor
is now amp11l law on the subject. I
the caso in Orange)urg the comimoi
law will hold the offending party an
swerable for manslaughter.
Mr. Gaston of Chester spoke in fa
vor of I he bill. Ie hal had occ
iiion to represout i man whose prop
erty hadl been damaged by a negr
driving reckleswsly, and the law gav
M r Dunbar of Marlboro and Mi
Rainsford spoke in favor of the bill
Mr. Morgan opposed it.
The house by a vote of 60 to 4
refused to strike out the onactinj
Mr. McGowan offered an amend
mont to include bicycles under th
provisions of the bill. This wa
Mr. Gaston offered an amendmen
t) declare more spocifically whit
highways were meant. The bill wa
imperfect in this pirticular. Thi
ame.ndiment wvas rojeted.
Mr. Sanders offered an amendmen
to make the provisions apply to thb
towns andl cities. This was agreed to
Several other amendments were of
fered. Mr'. Josh Ashley offered al
amendment to make it unlawvful t,
drive recklessly "any ox, aiss, she:
or goat." This was readi amid laugh
ter and was rejected.
The bill then passed second road
ing with the almenment as to bi
Mr. Kinsey's bill to provide againm
the spreading of hydrophobia wn
killed. The bill sought to make
the dut y of magistratos to have kitle
animals affectedl with the rabies.
The following bIllH passed secon
reading without debate:
IS LIKE A DELUCATE
MUSICA L INST RUMENT
In good condition she is sweet and lovabi
and sings life's song on a joyful harmonlol
string. Out of order or unstrung, there
discordance and unhappiness. Just as the:
is one key note to all music so there is one k<
note to health. A woman might as well ti
to fly without wings as to feel well and loc
well while the organs that make her a worm
are weak or diseased. She must be health
tnside or she can't be healthy outside. Thel
are thousands of women suf fering silently
ever the country. Mistaken modesty urg
their silence. While there is nothing mo
admIrable than a modest woman, health
of the first importance. Every other co
sideration should give way before it. Bra
field's Female Regulator is a medicine f
women's ills. It is
the safest andqulck
est way to cure ieu
corrhea, falling of
the womb, nervous
ness, h ea da ch e,
backache and gen
eral weakness. You
will be astonished e
at the result. es
pecily If you heve
ing with other so
We are not asking
you to try an uncer
happy thousands of
women. What It
has done for others
it can do for yo.
Sold in drug stores
for $1 a bottle.
book ~vii be etae
to all who wvrilto
The Best Prescrif
The Formula Is Plainly P
So That the Peoplc
What They A
Imitators do not a<
m'()ving that youi woti
.iI if V1ou kncw wVha
-a t, lio1 and Q lit
1%,or-portions and is in a
t a Wiuc wh
the malaria out of the
druggist will tell you
I.igrinal and that all o
ess chill tonics are in
of other chill tonics s.
superior to all othcrs in
not experimenting whe
superiority and excellei
established. Grove's is t1
throughout the entire r
United States. No Cure
Mr. Bacot-To amend section 11
of the code of civil procedure of this
State relating to the jurisdiction of
the supreme court.
Mr. D,Loacb--A joint resolution
proposing amendments to constitu
tion providing for biennial Sessions.
Mr. F. H. McMaster-To regulate
I the em[)loyment of minors in factories
Also a bill to require life insurance
co)mpanies doing business in this
State on a reserve plan to invest that
reserve on policies issued in this
State in securities in this State.
t Also a bill to further regulate life
t insurance companies in this State.
Mr. Dean--To provide for mar
Mr. Haile-To give landlords prior
lieu for advances on crops.
Mr. Dunbar--To require all chil
dren between ages of 7 and 12 to
Mr. Vincent-To further protect
oyste~rs, clams and terrapins.
Mr. west-To prohibit the selling
of rectified liquors unless so labelled.
S Mr. Banks--To provide for elec
tion of county dispensers.
Mr. Gallucbat--To make all labor
cont racts subje-t to some conditions
as now prescribed for farm labor.
Mr McLaughlin-To provide for
ttownsh ip ahsessor.
s Mr. Lever-To provide for the
t erection of an appropriate headstone
d to grave Emily Geiger.
Mr. Wood-To license immigrant
M~'r. Prince--To authorize the
d hiring out of all convicts except those
under sentence for rape.
Mr. Crum-To divide counties in
to road working districts.
Mr. Dean-Tro tax dogs.
Mr. J. C. Rlobertson-A concurrent
resolution that a committee of two
senators and three representatives be
8. appointed to see how the public
is records of the State can be kept per
re mnanently from damage, loss or muti.
n (larleston aeti V%estcu Carolina RwU Co
A ugusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
II schedule in Effeot Nov. 20th. 1900.
Leavo Augusita.-.-....9 40 a in 8 36 p in
o8 Arriveo Greenwood...12 14 p m
s Anuirors ................... i- g';
Greenville. ..... 0J p mn 1 I6"am
(lenn 8rn ....400 pm ......,
Spar tan urg...,,8 10 pm 9 00a m
Bauda . . p ...........63p
Al s svll.... 703 p in .22 .
Leavo.Ashe.vill..........8 00 a m . .....
8 artanburg ....i 45 a mn 4.1
G n8 ri g.,..10 00 am ....,..
Greeivine .........2 01 p m 4700 p m
Arrive at orloI 5ii".)'.',' 211 p.m
Gireenw~ood...26p m 9
A ndorsion ........,.. ,....,,.7
A ngns_a......... 10 pm I ' 40 si-e
Leave A uguasa..--~-- .~. 2 40 pm
At ond ie----.- ---.- ~~.. 4 40) pm
. Fairfax-~-.-.. -----.......4 52J pm
J Ye.. asee........... 900 am 658 pm
U Hliaufort.i........10 I5 a'a 6 50 psi
Por tRoyal ....... 30) nm 7 di pn
Ar savan nah.---- .----.......... 7 pm
Lenav- lharl-st on.........,,........28 an.
Port H oya!..........100 pm 7 10am
B Ieau tert............16 pm 7 2Oam,
Semnassee ........ 90 pm 830 am
F e atr e x~ ............ ..,., 04gg
arrive August,s......-----........... 11 0 ana.
1.40 p. mn. trals from Au gsta makes close
connection at Cal hoen k?alltor all points on
Seaboard Air Line.
O lose connsection at, Greenwood for allI
pints aon 8. A. L. and 0, and 0. Railway, andI
U a tpartanbnrg with Southeri Raiw a'
For arn in rmation tel ave ?0,t l'okote
W. J7. CRAIG, Gen. Pae. A -
E. M. NOR1'H. Sot. ?. A ngu4t, 'a
T. U EMERSON, Te Manager. J
ition Is Grove's
ti ill Tzenic.
rinted on Every Botth..
May Know Just
d not 1)[N ('.i
i co lt aiined. Grovc
1ii-iC ptit tit) in cOrc.
1'asteless form. I b
te aAny rela,-.
that Grovc's is 1!
Lher so-called 'T
i tati o1s. Al u) .
iCC havilr 1o11t hCc
ie only Chill Cure sol(
ialarial sections of the
No Pay. Price, 5oc.
Gendense Sehedule In Xfee*
Jun* 10th, 1900.
STATIONS. Nrd N
w. g arleston .......... P
umnerville........ 0 n't I 1
Branchville.........1 65 a in 8 63 a =
Orangeburg ........2 N) a In 928 an
Kingville ............4W a 11 1015an
Barnwoll.....................4 13 a in
SBlackville....................4 28 a m
L~. Columbia ........... i W a in _TFU ai
'roij..ilty1.......... 14 a m 12 10 ani
I ir7*........8 Al a in 12 26 p i
Ninoty-six..........0 30 a m 1 20 p m
Birellwowl ........... ...) a III 65 p In
A. Hodgcs... ....... M 15 a 11 2 15 p ju
Lv.XVWville............. ....II 1 85 p
Ar. BClton............. 7 00a i T810 p in
L. Anerson......... 10 46 a In 285 p m
Ar. Greenville......... 50 p m 15 p mn
Ar. Atlant.(Ce.Tl.i.). 1 15 a 9 1 p
STATIONS. Dftfir3 I al&,
Ly. Greenville..........6 10 F n !0 16 a In
. ADedinont ........... 10 p m 1040 a im
Ar W eialletoi ........ 6 22 p 4n 1056 a in
Ar. Atlnta.(on.T 7o 1 5 p) mi 91 00p
Ly. Greenvill..........6 4~5i p mn 10 1 a
"r Diendot........... 16 0p n 1140 a in
Ar. Anderson ...........715_p mn 11~ 4in
Lv. Bolton ..............1 5 p' m 11 66 a in
Ar. Greenwood......... 7 55 p im 12 29p in
"' Ninety-BIz.......... 8 3 p in 12 55p in
4' Newborry..........9 30 pm 200 p m
4'Prosperity,.......... 9 45 p in 2 14 p -
*' Colu abia ........... 11 30 pi 8110 p m
Ar Barckvile.......-.. ............8 00 a in
"t Blarnwellh.. : -8-.......U13a m
Savannah--.-....... ...... 5 10 a m
L,v. ingvine...........-* 2 4
4'Orangeburg...... 8 45 a in 6 83 p in
" Blranchville. ... 4 25 a mn 6 15 p in
" Summerille... 6 ... 62 a mn 7 28 p in
Ar.Chareston-....... 7 00 a mn 8 16 p
N 1 N 1,Dil! 'J TAT IONS. NO a N.l
1l700 p 7 00 a Lv..Charleston..Ar 815p 7T00
1i 00n 7 41 a " Summierville " 7 28 6 52 a
15a 8S55a " .Branchyllie. "615p 425 a
2 W0a 9 28 a " Orningehu rg " 6 88I 8 45 a
4 80 a 10 15 a" Kingville " 4 43p 2 2 a
W1 i -0a.... L.. Mavannh Ar ...T-0
4 18 a... " ..Barnwell .."....8 15 a
4 28 a... -".BIackville.-- " .8 O
o 80 a 11 40 a "..COolumibia.. " '8'20)' 9 aO
7 07 a 12 20 p ". ..Alston... . " 2 80p 8 Wa
S08a 1 281p " .Santuo... "I 211p' 7 46p
8 45 a 2 &J p " ...;. Uilon ..... " 12l45
9004 a 2 22p " ..Jonesville.. " 12 25p6 O
9019 a 2 87p "....Pacolet .... "12l14 *48g
W0aI 8 10 Ar8piartanhurgrLv 11 45a 8 15p
8 0Lv8pnrianburg Ar 11 28 a 0 00p
i 5Ar...Asheville ...Ly 8 00Oa, 8 05 p
"P" p. mn. "A" a. mn. "N" night.
DOUBLE DAILY SEaIVICE BETWN
OHARLEISTON AND GR1ENVILLE,
and between Charleston and Ashevhil.
'ulimanpalace sleopii cars on Trains Mend
,S 87 and 88, on A. and O.dlvison. Dining.ars
on these tratins servo all miea enroute.
Trains leave partanburg, A. & Cdivision,
northbound 7:0 a. mi., 8:ii p.rm.,6 :18
~Vestibule1miIted); out hbound 12:26 m.m
:15. m 1184a. ., etibule L i~ ted.T
Trains feave Greenville, A. and Qd
orthbound,6:00 a. mn., 2:uJ p. mn. and '92 n.m
(Vstibuled Limited) southabound 1:80 t
4:80 p. .. 12:80p. m. Veaiibuled Llnmited ~
Train. 18 anu l4-leogant Pullman Paio
eara between Charleston and A sheville.
Trains 16 and 16-Pullmn Dai o
Bleping care between ChlstanAe
ElegantlPullman Drawing.- Room, i
aleeig oars between Savannah and Ashevii
enouto daily between Jacksonville and
V4NK S. GANNON J. M.cjUL.P
r'd V-P. & Geon. Egr.,- Waf. Maniaev
ashington, D. C. W.sehington, 1)
W, A. TURK, 8. H. HARDWIOK
Sen. Pas Agent A. Geon. Pas. Agen
Waabiagto, 0B.o. Atlanta, Ge,
Digests what you eat.
It artiflcially d igests the food and aids
Nature in Btrongthening and recon
Boruotin g the cexhausted digestive or
guins. 1t61s the latest discovered digest
unt and tonic. No other preparation
san aprach it in efficiency. It In
stantly relieves and pemanenty cures
Dysesia, Indigestion, Hleartburn,
E otenr Suto t mah Nausea
iahreuto perfet digestion,
Prepared by E. C, DeWiTT & CO. Chiaogo.
Fr A . LIM ITEO
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
lotwOen Now York, TR, Atlaita, Now
Ur'o31s ad1( Polints 8MIT11811d Wcst,
'N IlumF-C - OVEalBICR -
No 31 No 27
,v New York, P 11 Il - 0I-pm 13 Ia5'
Plitid IAliA P i. 3 290pm 7 20aX
1Ba 0t iriot l I, I' .. R... 'pm 9 III
Walhlington, 1 It It...... 7 8) ,
011ihmond, 8 A 1 ity... 10 4PM 2 40
P4etetsburg, "1110 3 801)
v ItIdgow av Jot I) 55ijiji
av Ilend.-4ion. " 17 an. 1~W in
Raleigh 3 4 01111 - 39pm
Southern PIt e 1 5 ij6ilm 9 3inl
.v lililet, "630am I0;j5I
.v ('olut ba, t 8 40aun 12 h5tm
kr Sa itinitah, " 12 101pm1 610am
Jack8onvillo " 5 3 9pm )10lit
T.Tainpf t_30at 5300DA
,v Now York, N Y P Nt .. 00ai 9 0 pIm
"li'atelpha. ' 10 211an 112am
V New York, 01) 8 Uot a 0pm
"IIattlinore, 11Si o ...... ij3j
W itHi 'tPit. N & ~' .4 t. . ..... 6 3 pli
.v o1t8houti, 8 A 1, Ity 110. vmn 9 30ain
Weldon I j 33ain 12 Omlin
.v id-e1wily Jet ' 12 2.1aw 1 2' pin
' fli ftersolk. 'i a, 2 18 -u
" Halleigh, " 14 2m 3 111pm
' -olithlei 'inoti 5 18;Mi 6 091)1)
H1a1Itet " 6 ' .0atn 78t ym ,
W 1i1lgton .......... 30Wpm
i 4i3a -, 9 _a 0 2-6in
i ruee wool " 11 4,a 1 07am
A t,hein 2 081-ri 8 43am
r \ I itntit,f -4 trpnl 00aum
* - uuttsta,II U & Yi ViUp')31
it ic:o. C ot Gi7 ......... 20fiM
Al goil'r , A & W ......92 pm I 1)1a)
at hit I'. & . ..............3 0NUm 4 ipm
Ni - Oiluanim, I & N .. 7 10am 8 30pm
Nalsh tlIl N _G & Mt . i .0:oit 66spi
N1e*' letT W .. uaD
N- PRT'i11WV.% HiD
Lv Me phis, N C & St L..... I I0po 84 pi
N.hvilll.. '- 9 3011 n1 10am
. ewor'aii-t, & N.-~;~ m 7 45piii
io'jile, I. & N.............. 12 20a 12 20an
,-Agom>ry - & W 1... U 20a 11 2nam
itcol -f Olt ...... ...8-- n. 4 0 m
ulig.18121, & V ......... 0 4Uum ..........
lAtliti. ?8 A L Iy. I dOpt. l 1 00pm
\r Alitas, 2 62pm 11 2pm
*Ire ; wood "6 4 c6pml 2 05am
"c,ider. 6 53pm 4 25m
i- y lh l~ot (3e, 6 OSolis lI~iis
W1 Iun.ton, ' . ......... 12 I. III
1a let, 10001)1ain 8l Oi
": ut hourn Pn1es, " 09pm 9 69 am
" inleigh, - 100pn It 30;Lm
Ar liendverson, " 14-a I"Op
.v l vict'way Jet 8 A L, Ry..... 10mun 205pm
Woldon, " 4 3am 3 25pm
Ar Portimouth, " 700tim 6FGpm
oi'ifon, N_ & W B ......... 7 00a
New York. 0 I 8 ('o ..... . T-iiWp
"7 P NIiiI-Y-N~P &-N t5 46 0 5aMII
New Yr rk. " 8 :81 7 48am
1A I'1, p11f, 09 0 Wpm)n 8 ofla'"
SiN v 11 a i l II liil
Tolumpa, IC e0II h Own
" t1 let J a4k ninv 11 foai
'' ila hletri 4ne* I'' P 2
"Soullhern Pines 0 -il Itia
Millul"ll12 2fitm tu 1 11pi
H I W- rson 1 l " 132p)1
"tidgeway Jet 2 1ii 2 0 pin
1 'eterplburg,i11,91 m
' Itcmll n1 d. 5 11,1 43 1)1IM
r Wahtgton P R 11 5pm
"11aitin "re. I0Uan I31p
l'hilndelphla, " 12 27pin 2 56am
ewYork, A a0 10pm 6 13am
NIltIl. ft Dj7jy Cep tna
DinIhig citrabet.ween 2 Newa York a m111h
tmond, an11untlet and 81vannah + n Trains
No1. 31 an 211m.
ICentral Time, ? vastern Time.
lina A~hus ad 5Atanta. p
700 ~ ~ ~ IO.am II.h35eon ..A 0pm
112.13111 Lv .a 27.A 6206apm
ew 4031 k, 30.uiner . r 6 183am
No2. 1and Ar.w ry.v2p
13 Cent ralien trn.Time.p
BetWen ArhRaretnand .Columi .am
Upmer.CSoharoina NorthL 93amo
l;0 in Ar.hens a,in tlan.C.v94a
P3 3 rAsNEvI1lE.AnTMENT
*No11. N rr 1891 No,lronR . 58.d
71 00 am IM v. ...C arestn,. .......Ar Agent.
H 40 am Ltv .......u Tr....Arfi 6a h8 pm
S' a r....Columa b& .........sula0rp
-N 3 13 m A r............,o Clt .........L ti8 m
25 pm1I A rC......Lurens T....... LJv l) 45 pm
.v N0ep Ar...... reenl..... L2 I 2 am
A It -m r....Carr 6lotto N C '....L 985a
v 0V -pngr.7rovle 10p C..L 9I am
00 p-A r..........hv.406 ........L 8200am
h etrat T 3Ime.) ain eten hrls
arumbia.wberr an 7-p Laureni. . n
lA JaonvandlW.7 i O;aoin amR
A. LlKEN1i. Tu 31231FsOF
Ar aaentrl 8&Peinsla
Ar RIet Juneo 6 rd.
Ar ainhsvhlehi.....32p lImm
Arv wO-shngton.......1am 1 411pm
Ar vrahu.nd...........20am' 5pm
hv Coumbi ...... . . 454. N. 65a.
Lv DTnmark...........195pm- 227pm
Lv Oarfanx.... .......1 55pam 8 1mm
liv Coanah......8 7Keyi a
Lv Jacksvill..... 74pm9 0m
ArLv Ok....... u0m1258pm
Ar Tallahassee I...,- 88pm
Ar Livw Olan ..... 402 m.
Ar Laknse ........ 26Opm
Ar Cdar aya ...... 765pm
Ar Oaana.............. I1an 1 40pm
AV rado.....,...... O2pm 2 01am
Lv Denmak........... 6 80m 2420am
Ar Ta1ma......,.,.... 4100pm 406am
Lv Olrldo.... ........ .. 6 80prum 55m
Lv CeorKy... . dO5am
Lv GasIneille ....0.... 12 5pm
Lr1 iTahao....., .1a I 4p
A r PJaanna....... 10pm 2150pm
S11ara........ .9'01pm 2638am
Aery ColmbI.......'... 4to Thro6am
Lay on a............. 5i Jaekeevil45pm
Nos. 2? and 46 wilt have Pullman slepint
are b1ig~ etwe n N w York ad a Meale
sonville and Day coaes and bageoears
h-twE en Wash1ington and Jacksonville.
Trains arrive and depart in S. A. 1.
8. D. BOYi BTON, TP. A.,
L. A. 8HI1f A N A. & 4 o
A.4O MAoDO0ly L,.