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THE SOLONS IN SESSION
THE WvORK OF Tilr LAW MAKES OF
Till STATE. ASE.Rt1LED6 IN 00
IU IVI 111A.
A Condonsed Itepor, of ti) Procoe!Inge
Tuletn From ti Daily P1apurs From Day
to Day as the Work Procceds.
IN TII- HOUSE.
January 27.-Tho House today
passed to its third reading a bill to
enquire into the feasibility of estab
lishing a State Fertilizer Factory.
The bill to charter the French
Broad and Southern Railway passed
the House. The road is to run from
North Carolina just across the bor
der to some point on the Southern
Railway, probably at Seneca. The
road will eventually go to Anderson.
The plan at prtsnt is to make it an
electric road. Among t 'e corpora
tors are 1. L. Abnoy, J. Q. Marshall
and J. S. Vorner of Columbia and
Senator Stillivan and Representative
Prince of Anderson.
The Sanders bill requiring the
Governor to designate what bank
State funds should be deposited in
caused a groat deal of discussion.
According to the bill there are to be
eight depositories and not more than
$0,000 should be disposited in any
one of them and each bank should
give a bond for the safe kooping of
the money. Mr. Sanders stated that
the State had absolutely no security
for its deposits and said that the State
treasurer had deposited about $200,.
000 in a small country bank, (he did
not mention the name of the bank)
and that the treasurer was unbridled
as to what bank he should use.
Mr. Weston opposed the bill and
said things were getting along very
well under the present arrangements.
He thought Mr. Sanders was mistak
en about the treasurer depositing
such an amount of money last year,
he personally know that the State
was borrowing money last year.
M[r. John P. Thomas spoke in fa
vor of the bill as (lid also Gaston and
Kibler. Mezsrs, Ashley and Beam
guard opposed it. There was con
siderable other discussion pro and
The bill wias finally recommitted
to a special committee, consisting of
Mcs!rs. Sanders, Parker and Gaston,
in order that the ob)jectionable feat
ures might be eliminatod and the
bill porfected by increasing the num
ber of depositories and making the
selectionti by a board.
IN THlE SENATE.
Janur ry 27.--The senate was in
session more than two hours tonight,
and the greater part of the time was
spent iln discussing Mr. Raysor's bill
to amend the law known as the Lord
THEi EXPOSITION TRIP.
The house concurrent resolution
accepting the invitation to attend the
Chalston oxposition on Friday and
Saturday, Febil. 7th and 8th, was re
ceived. On motion of Senator Shep
pard, the resolution wvent over until
today. In .ply to a qulestion Sen
ator Sheppard frankly said he
thought onme day was enough for the
legislature to spend at the exposition,
and his object in having the resolu
tion go over wvas to urge an amend
ment of this kind.
TIIIRD I) EADING BILLs.
These bills passed their third read.
Mr. Gaines' bill to provide for the
running of schools on a cash basis
and to provide for tu'tion fees.
MVr. Aldrich's joint resolution to
provide for the purchase of 200 vol
umes of the Historical records and
rolls of volunteer troops furnished
* by South Carolina in the Spanish.
American war, compiled and pub
lished by General J. W. Floyd.
Mr. Aldric's bill to prov'de for
the preservation of valuable docu
ments and papers of the State of
Mr. Robertson's bill to amend see
V tion 1684 of the Revised Statutes of
the State of South Carolina.
Mr. Croft's bill to exempt dentists
from jury duty.
Mr. Austin's bill to protect the
keepers of boarding houses.
Mr. Mishoe's bill to amend section
8 of an act entitled "An act to pro.
vide for pensiona for certain soldiers
and sailors, non-residents of South
Carolina, who were in: the service of
the State, or of the Confederate States,
in the late War Between the States,"
so far as the same relates to widows
of Confederate soldiers and sailors.
Mr. Rucker's bill to re~quire costs
in oriminal oases transferred from
Will be the Advantage De
rived from an Old Rem
edy in New Form.
W. E. Polihai & Soil, Diatists of oul1'
The Publie Marvel, anid Doctors Every
Nowadays it takes considerable to
astonish the world. So many wonder
ful things have been discovered in the
past century that it has seciied almost
impossible that anything imorc could he
found to add to the comfort or benelit
Probably no branch of science has
made ouch wonderful strides as have
been made in the practice of medicine.
Diseases that a number of years ago
were considered fatal, are now known
to be curable. Even consumption is no
longer looked upon with the dread that
it formerly inspired.
It is right on this line of wasting dis
eases that we now have news of a won
derful discovery-one tha is bound to
revolutionize the science of mediCine
and startle the world. Every one is
familiar with thei methods that, have
been employed by physicians for years,
in cascs that they were afraid would
develop into a decline. In all troubles
of the throat, lungs, bronchial tubes
and other aimilar ailments that were
known to end disastrously, about the
first thing the doctor would do would
be to recommend cod' liver oil, for cod
liver oil has been recogilized for a great
many years as possessing peculiar med.
icinal properties particularly adapted
for the cure of such troubles.
Every one knows the objection, how
ever, to the use of this nauseating rem
edy. So extremely disagrecableh is the
taste and smell of cod liver oil that
many people have actually been un
able to take a single dose of it. Many
others have made heroic efforts to take
the medicine, but have been obliged to
abandon it after struggling with the
horrible stuff for a few days.
The consequence is that thousands
have drifted into incurable diseases
who might have been saved, had it been
possible to adminleter this potent medi
cine. Enough people have been able
to assimilate cod liver oil to prove to
the medical profession and the world
at large, its intrinsic value. Such pa
tients as were blessed with unusually
strong stomachs derived benefit from
cod liver oil. Why then, could not a
form of it be devised, to be adminis
tered to patients whose digestive or
gans had been weakened by disease.
This Is exactly what scientists and
chemists have been aiming at for years,
and this is exactly what has been ac
complished by two prominent French
chemists. Their secret has been brought
to America and our own W. E. Pelbarn
& Son have succeeded in connecting
himself with the prominent firm of Bos
ton chemists who are placing this new
preparation on the market. The prep
aration in question, now that it has
been discovered, like all other great
inventions, is simple. By a pecuilar
process the liver of the live cod is
treated in such a manner that there is
obtained an extract which contains all,
and only all, of the curat,ive properties
that have iiiade cod liver oil famous.
The horrible-smelling, nauseating-tast
ing fat that has been left entircly be
This curative extract is the basis of
Vinol which W. E Pelham & Son are
presenting to the public. Tt is idnecd
In a delicious table wine, and in itself
being tasteless, the consu-mer is unal
to distinguish the fact that he is tak
ing anything more than a pleasant port
W. E. Pelham & Son have indeed
struck it just right in making arrange
ments to handle this niew 'remedy,
which goes under the name of Vinol,
WVine of Cod Liver Oil. It is worth
any one's while to talk to them about
it and to learn directly from them the
good that Is being done by finding a
way to administer what has always
been a horrible and much dreaded
medicine, in a form that is actually
p)leatsant, to say nothing of being a hun
dred times more efict,
one counnty to another to be paid by
the county in which the bill of in
The bills of the speial committee
to validate the actions of the comi
mission to provide for lighting the
State house and other public build -
ings, and the professor's residences
and dormitories at the South C2aro
NO QUADREMIAL, ELECTIONS.
When Senator Giruber's bill to pro
vide for the election of members of
the house every fourth year and mem
bers of the senate every sixth year
was reached, Senator Mayfield moved
that the unfavorable report of the
committee be adopted. This was
done without discussion and the bill
THE BROKEN oIIANITE COLUMNS.
Senator Hydrick's joint resolution
to authorize the secretary of state to
deliver to the Spartan chapter of
United Daughters of the Confeder
'ay one of the broken granite col
umnse on the State house grounds to
be used in the erection of a Confed -
erate monument on the public square
in the city of Spartanburg was given
its second reading without di.anssion.
THE LORD CAMPBELL AcT.
When Senator Raysor's . bill to
amend section 2816 of the revised
statutes was reached, the same being
a part of the "Lord Campbell Act,"
Senator Mower said he didn't under
stand the pu'rport of the bill and
moved to strike out the enacting
words. Senator Raysor said it was
simply to correct a clerical errox! in
the act on the same subject passed in
1001, and on this explanation Sena
tor M!ower withdrew his motion.
Then follows& i rather lengthy
discussion on the morits generally of
the law in question. Tihe present law
allows the children or dopondent
family of a man killed by the fault
of another to recover damages, both
actual and vindictivo. It was moved
to strikoout the words "dependent up.
on for a support." Sonator Barnwell
opposed the proposed amondment., as
did Senator Mr y liold. Sonator Iags
dale was in favor of it. Sonator
Graydon opposed it on the ground
that there was danger of amending
the law to death. Senator Raysor
spoke at some length in favor of the
amendment, and Senator Glenn ar
gued against it. Senator Gruber
talked in favor of it. The proposed
amendinents were finally adopted
and the bill passed itb second road
ing. The vote was 21 to 10 in fa
vor of the amendment.
January 28.-In- the house this
morning over an hour was spent
mostly in routine busin3ss, and there
was little or no debate.
The first matter of interest was Mr.
Kibler's bill to repeal the lien law.
He made a strong speech in favor of
the bill, and Mr. Robinson replied
against the bill. It was quite ovi
dont that the house was opposed to
the bill, and a motion to indefinitely
postpone it was carried by a largo
Another bill proposed was to get
at "tax dodgers." All members
would like to reach such persons, but
this bill had so many objectionable
features that it was killed.
After some discussion the house
passed a bill granting $200,000 to
In the senate committees made un
favorable reports on the bill to es
tablish a state fertiliz -r plant, and
the bill to repeal the act allowing an
extension of time for the payment of
taxes. Both bills went on the calon
dar and will come tip for discussion
The senate agreed to the house
resolution to spend two days at the
Charleston Exposition. The days
will be February 7 and 8. Senator
Sheppard attempted to maake it only
one day, but only about two members
voted for his amendment on a viva
The senato then got on the county
officers salary bill, and it was dis
cussed for more than an hour with
ont any result. It was however,
agreed that the bill as it stands
should be disposed of, and if salaries
(lid not suit various senators, then
they might amend it as they thought
right and just, so f ar as their respec
tive counties are concerned. With
ont having gotten at the merits of the
bill, the senate adjourned until to
morrow at 11 o'clock.
January 29.-In the house this
miornling after a discussion of over
an hour Mr. Kibler's insurance
commission bill was passed by
ai large majority. If the bill be
conies law the commissioner is
to be elected by the legislature, his
salary to be $1,800, to be paid out of
license fees paid by the insurance
companies of the State. This bill
has been before the legislature for
The- military committee submitted
an unfavorable report upon the bill
Wino of Cardul is the guardian
of a womaui's health and happl
ness fronm youth to old1 ago. It
helps her afely into wonman,hoodl.
It siustaini her dulrinig the trials
of pregn: -cy, childbirth and.
miotherhio ,1, making labor easy
and( p)rcvcntimng Iloodim:g and mis
carriage. It gently leads her
through the dangerouse ped
knownt ma ito change of Jife.
cures lceorrhioam, falling of the
womb, and menstrual I-regularity
in every form. It is valuable in
every trying pcriodl of a woman's
life. It reinforces the nervous
system, acts dliretly on the genI
tal organms and Is the finest tonie
for. women known. Ask- -your
druiggist for at $1.00 bottle of
Wilnc of Cardul.
- BIatoavillo 1.Jly1 90
I am itsing Wino of?adu adhd
ford's Bllack-Drau ght and I feel like a
different womnan already. Several la
(lies hero keep the medicines in their
homes all the time. I havo three girls
and they are using it witi-me.
Mrs. KATE BRIOWDER.
mFr advic an iteatre, n dress, gvn
rns " e o a~ttan,moga Medicine oz'omany,
FOR HARNESS and Saddlo
at osuv, and you WUv be astonished
lIt's thi we
You can burn yoturc
Plowder, etc., or yo1
with Steam or 1H-ot
only one proper wa
scald and that is by
It gives immediato relil
linen cloth, saturato it wil
loosely uo)0n1 the wound.
idea what an excelleut ren
you havo tried it.
A FOWL TIP. 4""l"
Liniment. It is called a STANDA
providing for the establishment of a
h>mo for old Coofederate soldiers.
After a long debate the house
overwhelmingly passed the biennial
session bill, also iuoreasing the term
of the setting of the legislature to
fifty days. The bill passed by 92 to
12. Last year the senate killed a
Nearly the whole day in the senate
was spent in considering the county
officers bill and when a recess was
taken until tonight the bill wias not
half finished. This bill will not ef
feet the salary of any of the officers
of Newberry County.
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UTA'E OF SOUTH CAItOLINA,
COIJNTY OF Ni0 WBEltRY---1N
'allio C. W heat, I'laintiff, vs. 1). II.
BY ORDl4It OP'rTill. COURT
heruln, I will sell at public out
.ry, to the highest bidder, before the
.'ourt House at Newberry, S. C., during
,he legal hours of sale, on the (Irst Mon
lay in February, 1002, the following
lescribed lots lying in the Town of
Prosperity, County and State aforesaid.
1. That lot fronting twenty-five feet
mn MeNary street and Holley's Ferry
road, and running back eighty-five feet,
to another lot of HallieC. Wheat and
bounded by Lot No. 2, belonging to Dr.
J. 13. Simpson, and Lot No. 4 formerly
belonging to Logan Wise.
2 That lot fronting on Main street,
%nd containing Ten One-hundredths
,10-100) of an acre, more or less, and
running back to street. in rear and oth
irwise bounded by lots of E. K. Beden
baugh, J. B. Simpson, A. L. Wise and
Sallie C. Wheat.
Terms of Sale: The first lot to be
sold for cash. The second lot for one
half cash, the balance on a credit, of
twelve months from day of iale, to h
secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises sold, with
interest from (lay Af sale. Purchaser
to pay for stamps and papers.
11. H. JUIKARD, Master N. C.
Jan. 9, 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERltY-IN
M. Monroe Harris, Administor of the
Personal Estate of James Y. Harris,
Ella M. Suber, Defendant.
in, I will sell to the highest bid
der, before the Court House at New
berry, S. C., on saleday in February,
next, 1902, all the two tracts or planta
tions of land situate and being in the
County of Newberry, and State afore
said, containing in Tract No. 1, One
Hundred and Forty-two (142) Acres,
more or loss, and bounded by lands of
W. B. Oxner, Geo. E. Hardy, Adolphus
Hardy, Mrs. R. W. Allen and Mrs.
Tract No. 2, the Maybinton Tract,
containing Twenty-one (21) Acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of W. B.
Oxner, Mrs. Hannah Henderson and
Mrs. Sallie Henderson.
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, bal
ance on a credit of one and two years
from day of sale, the credit portion to
be secured by a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold,
with leave to the purchaser to pay all
or any part of his bid in cash. Pur
chaser to paymforpapers.
H. 1. RIK ARD, Master.
Master's Office, January 6, 1802.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS. '
Andrew J. S. Langford, in his own
right and as ex'or., and Milton A.
Carlisle as executor of the Will of
William Langford, deceased, Plain
Malinda Higgins et al, Defendants.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT
Bherein, I will sell at public out
cry before the Court House at New
berry, between the legal hours of sale,
on the First Monday in February,
1902, all the real estate in the Town
of Newberry, subdivided into lots as
will appear by plat, which is now on
file in the Master's office, and which
plat will be exhibited on day of sale,
the same being Lots Nos. 8, 5, 16, 17,
18, 24, 25 26, 35, 30, 37, 38, 40, 41,
43, -14, 45, 47, '18, 49.
Also ali the real estate known as the
Crawford land, situated in the Town of
Newberry, subdivided into lots as will
appear by pint now on file in the Mas
ter's oflice and will he exhibited on day
of sale, t,he same being Lots Nos. 4,
7, 1t, 12, 13, 14.
The Town lots in Newberry wIll be
sold one-half cash, balance in one year
to be secured by bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of thepremises sold.
Purchaser to pay for papers and rev
UI. H1. RIKARD, Master.
Master's O11icc, January 6th, 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBER1RY
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Fannie C. Russell et al. A dministrators,
PlaintifTs, against D. A. Russell et
Y RER O THlE COURT
before the Court House at Newberry,
between the legal hours of sale, on the
first Monday in February, 1902, all that
lot of land, situate, lying and being in
the town of Newberry, County of-New
berry, State of South Carolina, measu
ing 40 feet in width and 72 feet 6 inch
es In length, and bounded on the south
by Friend street, east by lot of Mrs.
Harriett Y. Lane, north by estate of
Jacob S. Russell, and west by lot of, or
formerly of, Win. Laugford.
Also that lot of land in i,own of New
berry on Main or Pratt strest, measur
ing 40 feet in width, and 127 feet 6 inch
es in length, bounded on the north by
Main or Pratt street, east by lot of Mrs.
Harriet, Y. Lane, south by estate of
Jacob S. Russell, and west by lot of, or
formerly of, \\ m. Langford.
All that lot of land in town of Neil
berry, said County and State, contain..
ing Nine Hundredth (0-100) of an acre,
more or less,.known as lot No. 2 of t.he
mill lot, fronting on Main or Pratt
street, otherwise bounded by lots of
Nos. 1, 8 and 6 of said mill lot.
Also lott No. 12, in block 18, of the
Newport News, Hampton and Old PoInt
Developing Company's, addition to the
town of Newport News, Warwick Coun
ty, in the State of Virginia.
Terms of Sale:-New pert News lot,
cash. The other lots, one-half cash,
balance on a credit of twelve months
with Interest from day of sale until
paid at 8 per cent. per annum, to be se
cured by bonds of the purchasers and
mortgages of the premises sold. Pur
chaser to day for all papers.
H. H. RI KARD, Master.
Master's office, January, 6, 1002.
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Clietton............ 2 45 am 6 04 ptil 2 1 111
Carlialo............ 3 *1 i 6 53 pill
Clittor....... .... 4 OJ iin 7 21 p1n
, utaw ba Jet,.... i 35 at 7 61 put
Ar Ilaitot............. 7 00 aitn I 15 pill
Lv i let, ........ .. 7 25 aim 10 lo tIpm
Ar itateigh............14 15 all 30 ain
Il*otorsburg...... 2 241 pin 6 64 am
ItIclil onid ....... 305pill 635atn
W ashlington.... 6 35 pil fl Ia It.
Baltioro t. 25 pin 11 26 am
I'hiladel ia.... 2 66 mit 1 341 pm
Now Yor .......... 4 30 int) 4 1 pm
Pitsmouthl-Norrk t) 2.) 1) i N , l .
Bouthboun1 d hily. )i'.ally.
Lv Choraw............ 7 I1 am I 00 iln)
Cainden ........... 834 Arm 12 63 ait
Columbia......... 8 40 am 1 0 ain
Denmark......... 9 62 ain 2 17 m
Fairfax ...........10 .30 ain 2 :7 a m
Ar SaVannuth.........12 05 pm 4 40 nin
Jacksonvllo... 3 50 prn i9 o5 amu
Tampa..........6.. 5 00 an 6 40 pill
Eastern Tio. Local.
Lv Catawba.......... 9 07 am 12 57 an Clint'n to
Chester ............ 9 45 am 12 35 am Atlit,nia
Carlisl ............10 15 am 2 00 am No. 63
Clinton ............11 06 Am 2 67 ail 2 45 pil
Greenwood......It 62 Im 3 43 am 3 31 pill
Abbevillo.........12 21 pil 4 10 am 4 07 )m11
Calhoun Falls..12 64) p. 4 38 ami 4I V) 15)kI
Ar Athons...... ...... 2 21 pm 6 13 am 6 1191 pit
At lanta ........... 56 pim 8 Fo , In 86o mI
Columbia New herry and Lattrenls Ital(Wey"
train No. h2 loavIng Columbia. Union sta.
tion, at i120a)n daIly, conn(cts ait (1intn
with M. A. L Railway. No. 53, allording
Hhortost and quickest,routo by soveral hoars
to Atantta, Chttanoogga Naslvillo, St. Louis,
Chicago andi all poi9j!Vest.
Uloso connocttoin af,Petersburg, RIch Iomil,
WaslinIgtol. Porthmotth. Norfolk. ColUmtI) bit
Savannah Jacksonvillo aid Atlanta, with
'Magniliccnlt vestibulo trins carrylng
thr1ughPullinan1 slooping cars betweet ilt
8. A. L. Italilway ,00M mile books are gootI
over C., N. and L. Italway; alsot to Washing
ton, D. C.
For reduced rates, Pullinan reservatioll,
etc., apply to
W. P. Sc ruggs, T. P. A.,
.J. Mt. Barr, Ist V. P, & (). %I.
14. E. L. Bunch. G. '. A. Portsmouth. Va.
li Effect Kunday, October 0, T30J.
(EasLern Btandard Time.
A M. A.M. P.M. ..M.
7 45a Lv Atlanta (s.A.L) Ar. 8 (0
10 Ila Athens 628
11 16a Elborton 4 18
12 23p Abbevilie 3 16
12 48p Ureenwood 2 48
1 361) Ar Clinton I'V. 2 00
10 00a I,v G)lennMprings Ar 4 00
46a )a ...nbtArg 8 10
12 Up U rcon ville 3 Oi
12 62p Waterloo 2 08
11 A r Liauren(Dnir) Lv 1 38
22 63 52 _865
Daily Frnt Dly Ft -
Ex Run. Ex Bull
A.M.- A.m. I'm A.M
60 0 Lv Lasrng Ar 14 00
10 4a sa .aubrks A 10 4
I2 OIp 282cenlville 31012
1 52 Waterlo 0033
80 1106A LaureDr L 1 30
32. 3 6 rsert 292 22
855l Fr 4 tMunDi 114 16.
915 34Bun.ain. Ex0 1un
92 00 620 HvLtorn A 167 100
93 4 4 (0 ..alitn.. I2 49 1
62 *'2182 rGoldil 1120 10
704 2 39 ..Ke inar.. i1 05 45
7 17-6 ...Gu'baryA ...)A 1 00 33
6 2 5 t ..Jlap.. 1 40 2
8C0 306 Ctor herry 124 7 00
325 Cl Olll Ag211tProsperite to9 2
8 P55 i4dent Mounta 2 Manager6
. F5 LI4IN...Oh,pi. . 12I03 ON3
9o37 A4t G0Blenl Frte 11 P49 Agt5
4.lmt .8. (voln'la(A.cL.)Ar 11 0.
Between Charleston Lnd 7olub0 a
Upr at o,Thi aol na arndh iNorma
W. G. CIllLDSN.T. M.1. EMCthON
Prz esTiden. Tfec JAN. 1 MaGOnGAer
No . LINTNo , 14M EMEl N.
801 .. Ag. Gn 4Ft&Ps. At.
Colu26 a .oO Wv..Cmrintgton,& .3 11.8
7A3LANT8Lv. Can s TI 7INE 9.4
1B.401e.n ArletadColumbia, .0 38
Upper... So2.9 hAr. ro ina and 2.2 th
..arolin.2 Ar.Clno .v125
1.7IrL auNON . Lvan 12.66.9(
8.2OANDENviD80lE.LE .1 .
No. N. 190'N. No.
g5 5 .40 Lv.umtars, 8. C.Ar 9.356i.
7,575L.........11..Lr.anados .A .r 4.10 .
2.5 .'21 Ar.........Humr.....Ar 106.1382
1.011.0 Ar...Clubl....L 0.4~0 .5
....12.2 Ar......rospeity... L9.1...
7.. . 16 A r...... Clt)rfrin on......L 00.25 ....
......... 8.2 Ar......renvoll....Lv .1.0 ....
A M. P,.M
..........35A LV..iebr, 8. C..A Lv 0.15...
........20.1 Ar.......alem .......A .10 ....
P Mh. A.M.
.... 2.A r...Lac svr....Ar1.6 ....
......0. .11 .......Ysorkv illo. . ... 9.015...
.......7..i.2 Ar....ovacksar...A 8.0...
...... 7.n 8 rnnle, o, C. C 1.8....
......en 0 Chr...Ch)arlt.1 Noum. .L .0. ..
II M. MPISN o.asegrAM.
..... .1ELY .ITdesnvle . E.. 9.RS .....
....... .5 MA..A o Tra.....Lo M.00n....r.
H. 0.esdays , Ta eindvaer. y
tonanGetiveo .. -C.87
twoonChreen Andro n Walumbia.
HA TOU. EMRO,GW.PsegerBA n.
J.o. KELY StT.oD No.EME
Ar 11 0 am tr.........nderon....Lv 8680 pm
Ar1 0Am........Dn......Lv 8 66pm
Ar 10 23 am......Pendleton...Lv 4 14 pm
Ar10 13 am.Cherry's Crossin8...L4 93 pm
ArlO 07 am...damsi Crossin.Lv 420 pmmil
Ar 9 49am .....eneca....... Lv 447pm
Ar 9 25am......West Union ......v 611lpm
Ar 9 90am............WaIhalla.....Lv 67pm
A.M,L' P. M.Ar
J.1R. ANDERSON. Snperiatendent
onnection. at Seneca with S0. RR No 11