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ADJVIVE 'T0 A V(UN1U rtl-N.
S%nd aud s.vsible Wo;ds from a No'ed
Pseacher to His Son.
The following letter from Henry
Ward Beecher to his son is authen
tic'and should be carefully pondered
by every young man:
Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1878.
My Dear Herbert:-You are now
for the first time really launched
into life for yourself. You go from
your father's house, and from all
family connections, to make your own
way in the world. It is a good time
to make a new start, to cast out faults
of whose evil you have had an ex
perience, and to take on habits the
want of which you have found to be
. so damaging.
1. You must not, go into debt.
. Avoid debt as you would the devil.
Make it a fundamental rule: No debt
-csh or nothing.
2. Make few promises. Religi
ously observe even the smallest
promise. A man who means to keep
his promises cannot afford to make
3. Be scrupulously careful in all
statements. Accuracy and perfect
frankness, no guess work. Either
nothing or accurate truth.
4. When working for others, sink
yourself out of sight, seek their in
terest. Make yourself necessary to
those who employ you, by industry,
fidelity and scrupulons integrity.
Selfishness is fatal.
5. Hold yourself responsible for a
higher standard than anybody else
expects of you. Demand more of
yourself than any body else expects
of you. Keep your personal stand
ard high. Never excuse yourself to
yourself. Be a hard master to your
self; he lenient to eve body else.
6. Concentrate your force on your
proper business; do not turn off. Be
constant, steadfast, persevering.
7. The art of maiking one's fortune
is to spend nothing. In this coun
try any intelligent and industrious
young man-may become rich if he
'stops all leaks and is not in a hurry.
Do not haste; be patient.
8. Do not speculate or gamble.
You, go to a land where everybody is
excited and strives to make money
suddenly, largely, and without work
ing for it. They blow soap bubbles.
Steady, patient industry is both the
surest and safest way. Greediness
and haste are two evils that destroy
tho'usands every year.
9. In regard to Mr. B., he is a
Southern gentleman; he- is receiving
you as a favor to me; do not let him
10. I beseech you to correct one
fault-severe speech of others; never
speak evil of any man, no matter
what the facts may be. Hasty, fault
finding and severe speech of absont
Vinol Will Restore
Strength and Appetite
Take It To Prevent
The grippe is a disease which seems to
.become more prevalent every year. It
.becomes almost a habit Those who have
had it~once can scarcely get through the
following winter without having it again,
Everyone should keep their systems
toned up. Fortify the human cite del so
that it will be impregnable to t'ie on
slaughts of this most distressing of all
There is nothing that will keep you in
c ondition and help better to ward off dis
eases than Vinol. There are many people
who last winter took Vinol simply as a
preventative and have proved conclu
sively that by keeping themselves in good
condition they escaped the grippe that
attacked other members of the family who
neglected to take the same precautions.
We can tell those who have had the
grippe what to take to help them towards
speedy recovery. It is this same Vinol.
Take it when you first have the grippe.
It will not go so hard with you. Your
wecovery will be quicker, and when you
are able to be out, you will not suffer
from those terrible after effects that
make this disease so dangerous.
Remember that Vinol is strengthening,
flesh creating and an arrester of all
"I bought a bottle of Vinol for my
wife and two children who were suffering
* from the after effects of grippe. They
had taken several remedies without doing
them any good. The effect of the medi-.
cine was so marked that I bought another
bottle which made a complete cure, and
restored my wife and children to perfect
health." N. B. BROWNE, travelling
agent for the Phonix Mutual Life Insur
ance Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Our good opinion of Vinol increases
every day. Our faith in It is unbed
ed. To prove to you that we believe
all we say we will gladly refund its
cost if you do not find that it is every
hng we claim It to be.
W. E.Polham& Son
I bequeath to my children Se
attendant horrors, humiliation and s
strange legacy to leave to posterity
place upon the shoulders of the yoi
This treacherous disease dwarfs t
the growth and development of th4
child born of blood poison, or scroful
is poorly equipped for life's duties.
Scrofula is a disease with nu
symptoms; enlarged glands or tun
and armpits, catarrh of the head, we
skin eruptions upon different parts o
presence of tubercular or scrofulous
and stealthy disease entrenches itsel
the bones and tissues, destroys the rE
white swelling, a pallid, waxy appea
a gradual wasting away of the body.
S. combines both purifyin
lost properties to the blood and quicl
color to the skin and vigor to the we
Write us about your case and ou
help you in every possible way to rej
skin diseases free. THE SWIT
people is not honorable, is apt to be
unjust and cruel, make enemies to
yourself, and is wicked.
11. You must remember that you
go to Mr. B, not to learn to manage
a'farm like his. One or two thou
sand acres, not forty thousand, is tc
be your future homestead; but you
can learn the care of cattle, sheep,
the culture of wheat, climate, coun
try, manners and customs, and a
hundred things that will be needful.
12. If by integrity, industry and
well earned success you deserve well
of your fellow-citizens they may iu
years to come ask )ou to accep
honors. Do not seek them, do not
receive them when you are young
wait; but when you are established
you may make your father's name
known with honor in halls of legis
Lastly, do not forget your father's
and your motht r's God. Because yot
will be largely deprived of churcl
privileges, you need all the -nerve tc
keep your heart before God. Boi
do not despise small churches and
humble preachers. "Mind not higi
thiegs, buit condesend to metz of loy
Read often the-proverbs, the pre
cepts and duties enjoined in the New
Testament. May your father's Goi
go with you and protect you.
The Lad with the Snow Shovel.
"Want yer sidewalk shoveled
off, ma'am? I'll have the snow al
off in a jiffy, if you say the word
to go ahead, ma'am."
"No, I guess not," said Mrs.
Maxwell, smiling -down at th<
small boy and big snow shove
before her. 'My servants al
ways attend to clearing off th<
snowv, and I wouldn't care to birn
any one else."
"You needn't pay me, ma'am
'll do it for nothin', seein' I ain'1
busy, jest to show you how mued
bettter I c'n do it than anybod2
else. Then mnaybe y'ou'll hire m<
the next time."
"All right. Work away, if yoi
wish to do it for nothing," sau
Mrs. Maxwell jokingly as sh<
closed the door and returned to the
supervision of her household.
"WVell, I declare if that persis.
tent little scamp :hasn't taken me
at my word !" she exclaimed as she
looked out of the window a few
minutes later. "I supposed, oi
course, he wvould go away when]
accepted his offer to do the worn
for nothing; but there he is, hard
at work, and I suspect 1 shall have
to give him half a dollar when he
gets through, even if the servants
do growl about having their favor
ite job taken away from them."
Half an hour later there was a
rng at the bell, and Mrs. Maxwell
took her purse in her hand and
went to the door. She opened it
and, as she expected, there stood
the lad with the snow shovel. Re
moving his cap, with a scrape and
a bow, he said :'"I've got my jot
done, an' I hope it'll suit you,
ma'am, I would've gone on with.
out botherin' you ag'inl when I got
it done, but I found this shin)
breast pin on one of yer doorsteps,
ma'amn, right tip next to the railin~
where some one dropped it, an'I
thought maybe it might be yourn,
'And so it is!'' exclaimed Mrs.
Maxwell, eagerly grasping the pin.
''It is my diamond brooch. I
missed it last night upon returning
from a dri ve in the p.ark, and I
have sent a notice to the pa pers
ofering a reward of twenty dol
lars for its recovery. Though the
notice has not been published, yet
- . ' ' 1 - ~ - - --
U L A K
rofula with all its
ufftring. Tls is a o
a heavy burden to 5_ t
he bodv and hinders
faculties, and the b
merous and varied gi
tors about the neck
Lk eves and dreadful in
f the body show the
matter in the blood. This dangerous D
f securely in the system and attacks
d corpuscles of the blood, resulting in
rance of the skin, loss of strength and at
x and tonic properties, and is guaran- PI
egetable, making it the ideal remedy in
affections. It'purifies the deteriorated d
it rich and strong and a complete and m
re is soon effected. - S. S. S. improves
and assimilation of food, restores the
:ens the circulation, bringing a healthy
ak and emaciated body.
r physicians will cheerfully advise and
ain your health. Book on blood and
T SPECIrIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
titled to the money, and if you will tj
step inside a moment I will get it p
for you." w
"No, ma'am. I don't want any ft
pay for being honest," said the lad T
with a shake of the head. "I E
don't want yer reward; but if you're ti
mind to pay me suthin' for cleanin' ti
yer walk, seein' I found yer di'mon' C
breastpin while I was workin' at k
it, you c'n do it." E
"Certainly I will pay you. Here a
is a dollar for your work. And n
now, my boy, wouldn't you like fi
something better to do than carry
ing that big shovel around looking
for odd jobs at cleaning walks of
- snow? Don't you think you could
make yourself useful in a store?"
'I'd try hard if I had the chance,
"You shall have it. Come right
in and take a seat in the hall until
I write you a recommendation. Mr.
Maxwell has a big store down tosn,
and I am going to ask him to give
you a chance to earn a living in it."
An hour later a sturdy, indepen
dent-looking lad, accompanied by a
L snow shovel taller than himself,
marched into the store and present -
ed his note from Mrs. Maxwell an d
rsecured a position and in the
I 'eighteen years that have passed
since he entered the establishment1
he has steadily risen from one
position of trust to another, and
today he is Mr. Maxwell's right
hand man and trusted adviser in
all his vast business enterprises.
WV. S. Gidley, in Children's Visit
Southern Bail yay Schedule.
Trains from Columbia, etc., for
Greenwood, Greenville, etc., pass
Newberry, S. C, No. 15 (daily ) 7:40
-a. mn.; No. 11 (daily) 12:35 p. m.
For Hodges, etc., No. 65 (except
Sunday) 9:40 a. m.
Trains for Columbia, etc., from
Greenville, pass Newberry, No. 12
('daily) 1:10 p. in.; No. 16 (daily)
t10:15 p. mn. From Hodges, No. 66
(except Sunday) 9:40 8. mn.
Close connection at Hodges for
AbbAville; at Belton for Anderson,
etc., at Greenville for all points
North East, West and South and at
'Columbia for all South Carolina
points, Augusta, Savannah and
-Through sleepers between Green
ville and Charleston via Newberry
on trains Nos. 15 and 16.
RATES TO EXPOSITION.
mIIEh COLUMBIA. NEWBERRY &
Lauensrailroad will sell excur
sion tickets to Charleston and return
during the Exposition at the following
rates:~ From Newberry, S. C.
T Tickets on sale daily lin
. ited to return June 3, 1902
T Tickets on sale daily,
*'.i) limited LO return 10 days
~9O(~,.Tickets on sale Tues
Q.U Jdays and Thursdays,
limited to return seven days.
C'orrespondingly reduced rates from
-ol her points.A
Charleston Exposition Rates via southern
On account of the South Carolina
IterSta e anid West Indian Exposition
to be held in Charleston, S. C , begin
ning December 1st, 1901, the Southern
Rail way will sell excursion tickets to
Charleston and return at tbe following
FROM NEwBERRY, S. C., FOR
T75 Tickets on sale-daily, lim- E
qe. ited to return June 3, 1901.
- T Tcketson sale daily, lim
. 4 itedto return ten days.
9OTickets on sale Tuesda.3s
ecJ and Thursdays, limited
to return seven days.
Correspondingly reduced rates from
The Southern Railway operates
double daily t rains on convenient sched
ules with Pullman Sleepers to and from
Carleston, 8. C.
For further information apply to:
W. E. McGee, T. P. A., Augusta, Ga.
W. Hf. Tayloe, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga. -
R. W. HIunt, D. P. A., Charleston, S. C
J. A. Burton, Ag't., Newberry, S. C.
. gTA 'I
HE LOT 5100,UU.
mwg Reginai(d :. Vanderbilt n Gambler.
New York, March 27.-Society was
irtled today by a confirmed story
the effect that Reginald Claypool
i.derbilt, the head of the Vander
It fanmily, and the principal heir of
e late Cornelius Vanderbilt and
and.on of Win. H. Vanderbilt, had
st over $100,000 at a roulette table
the famous gambling house of
Young Vanderbilt is now a senior
Yale, where news of the luckless
ay causel a great sensation. The
rent is said to have occurred after a
nuer given in honor of the young
Late Liteiay News.
"What Women Like in Men,"
What Men Like in Women," and
Jusbands and Wives," are the ti
es of a series of very interesting
apers by Rafford Pike, the third of
hich appears in The Cosmopolitan
r April. The same uuwber of
be Cosmopolitan treats of Prince
.enry's visit, with a series of beau
fully printed photographs, under
ietitle of "A Clever Emperor and a
onfederation of Nations." F. Hop
Losori Smitb, Isiael Zangwill, Bret
Carte and Maartei Maartens are
mong the other con'ributors to this
amber, which is unusually good in
A really he althy woman has lit
tle pain or discomfort at the
menstrual period. No woman
needs to have any. Wine of
Cardui will quickly relieve those
smarting menstrual pains and
the dragging head, back and
side aches caused by falling of
the womb and irregular menises.
WINEoF CAR DUI
has brought perma.nent relief to
1,000,000 women who su.ffered
every month. It makes the men
strual organs strong and healthy.
It is the provision made by Na
ture to give women relief from
the terrible aches and pains which
blight so many homes.
GR2EENWOOD, LA., Oct. 14, 1900.
I have been very sick for some time.
I was taken with a severe pain in my
side and could not get any relief until
I tried a bottle of Wine of Cardai. Be
fore I had taken all of it I was relieved.
Ifeel it my dutto say that you have a
Main. Is. A. Yome~T.
m. "Te ai Advrisory 1)partnment,' Tie
Otnnoga Medicine Co., Chattano-:ga, Tenn.
afe. Always reliable. Ladles, ask Druggist for
['H('IC E%'iEWRS EN4iLlMfl in Red and
[sod rnetallic boxes, sealed with blue ribbon.
lake no ot her. Refuse danger'oUM substi
:utions and in sat ations. Buy of your 1)ruggist,
>r send 4c. in statips for Particulars. Testi
mnonals and --Relief for Ladles." in letter,
y return .?ail. 10,000 Testimonials. bold by
CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO.
100 Madison Square, PHILA., PA.
Mention tis paper.
In Effect Sunday, February 2 d, I902.
(Easter' Mt,awlard Tine.
nthhounld. North bonl c'
1. A.M. P-M. P-M
7 45a Lv Atlanta (s A.L) Ar. 8 '0
10 ila Athens .5 28
11 16a Elberton 4 18
12 23p Abbeville 3 I5
12 46p Greenwood 2 48
1 35p Ar Clinton Lv 2 (W
~- - ~~~ W&w C.)
10 00a Lv Glenn Springs Ar 4 00
11 45a Spar:anbure 3 10
12 OIp Greenv'.lle 3 0')
125p (Harris Springs) 2
125p Waterloo 20
11I6:. Ar Laurens(Dln'r) Lv 1 38
22 53- 52 85
ally Fri Dly Ft.
x un Ex Sun
LM. P M P? &-M
6 00 20') A Laurens. Ar 47 503
62 2 (8" Parks A r 1.39 4 50
6 4, 22 .Clinton.. 1 27 4 30
6 58 2 34 qoldvi.lle 1 15 3 51
7 08 2 4 .Kinard.. 1 05 :340
717 249 .Gary.. 1159 331
726 251 ..Jalapa.. L'F4 322
800 :310 Newberry 1 39 300
8 25 3 241 Prosperity 14 25 2 22
8 42 3 34 ....Slighs.... 12 6 2 02
8 55 3 39 ft Miount ain 12 12 1 56
9 15 3 51 ...Chapin... 11 59 1 39
924 357 Hilton 1150 129
9 29 4 01 White Rock 1f 46 1 24
9 3 4 17 Rallentine 11 4e 1 15
9 52 4 7 ... Irmo.... 1 3 1 L0
1002 4 2; .Leaph ari.. i i 22 12 48
10 .30 4 4 ArColumbiaLv 11 0.) i2 3
4 5LvColun bia (A ..L.)Ar 11 00
5 2.5 Sumter 9 4'4
S 30 A r Charleston Lv 7 a
5or Rates. Tima Tah1W .,rnrth jfo"''*
yn call on any ont, or write to
G (:HILD, T. M. E31ERSON.
Prr-si<lent. T p!Th Malrr.er
M. IN CO CA 'l INEP-Sv
'Bot. H ai C'-e at myS'ator
inmb In-.::. dumin Hundred
of MefreCes CA.5 NEAr.' WHIS~ ily okYo
Homabiamet onre atI1 myaatr.
intn, in 30 days. Hundreds
of references. 25 years a sr+eialty. Book on
Home Treatment sent FREE. Address
ARE YOU WISE ea ama
mation there is no remedy to equal
and a sure way to tre
Throat in order to k
and insure healthy tI
take half a glassfull c
it a teaspoonful of
and with this gargle the throal
Then bathe the outside of the thr<
3nent and after doing this pur somE
around the neck. It is a OSITIV]
25c., 50c. and $1.
IT MAY BE YOU have' elonc
ean Mustang Liiment and you car
A Free Pictur4
Any veteran, who contemplates att
April 22nd to 25th, will receive a
Robert E. Lee, and a copy of his
framing), if he will send us his nai
and address of the Camp to which 1
CMmp to Dallas an~
change. These trains I
evening, after the arriva
offering you close conne<
N. B. BAIRD, Traveilhg Passen
OF TRADE A.
Valting the Ps-Ano
Centew-e ad Heal
Reoest. of the Lou
NORTH, E AS
Kigh-Class VestibuZe Twaim
between New York and 3
Ciniamati and Florida I
New You'k ad Flonida, eithe
and aavannah. er viaJ
a=pior Dining-Caw Service
Excellent Service and Low
oount aouth Caurolina Int.
Winter Tonrist TicMta to a
Per deteUed lafermeatles, 1Jtg?ra
apply t. nearest geeketeagent, or
*. 3. HARD WICK,
Gnral psaaenger Agent,
WaaAlaigten, D. 0.
ak. W. UVWT.
51.. Pesseeger Agent,
*&a..le.t.a, .1. 0.
PUSSuARY 10. 3500.
BUE RIDGE RA!LRO/ADJ1
H. C. BEA'bTIE, Receiver.
Effective ...-., 1897.1
B~etireen Anderson and WaibhaDa,
ASTBOUND. w *STBOme D.f
o. 12. tations. No. I
r 11 00am......Anderson...........Lv 335 pm
r 10 40 am.........Denver..........Lv 3 56 pm
r1021 am.........Autun.........Lv 45 pmfS
r 10 22 am.......Pendleton....Lv 4 14 pir
r 10 13 am..Cherry's Crossing..Lv4 23 pm
Arl0 07 am....Ada' Crosa n......Lv 2 pm
r 9 49 am....... eUneion .........Lv45411pra
r9 20 a m.........WalhaDs, .....Lv 5I7 p'xn
. MLv. P.M .t
J. R. ANDERSON, Superintendent
onnections at Seneca with So. R R 'o 11 I:
t uAreA~r with so Railoar. Nos a 11 d' 32 C
SCHEDUYLE IN EFFECT AFTER J.NE 2, I907J.. (
Lv Glenn Spriags....................9 (00 a m
rSpartan burg........................0 0 arn
Lv Spartanburg........................:3 4 pmn
Robuck............... ....... 0p
Ar Glenn Springs................. 4 ~
r peoplc suffer through ignor
on't know that for all inflam
exican Mustang LinimenA.
t a case of Sore
ill disease germs
iroat action is to
f water put into
at frequent intervals.
at thoroughl with the lim
on a soft Zoth and wrap
DO a bottle.
een troubled~ with a running
Treat it at once with Me3l
depend upon a speedy cure.
ending the Reunion at Dallas,
handsome picture of General
farewell address (suitable for
ne and address, and the name
as will be via Memphis The
iwn trains (two each day ) from
other Texas cities .withona
1of trains vi alrlins thn
ions and excellent service.
aoger and Tkket Ageut, StL. Lsis.
H IGHW AY
Ipal Comames oial
th ad Pleasure
th with the #
T and W EST.
, Thoiagh Sleeping-Cayes
ow Orleans, via Atlana[.
oints via Atlanta and via
w via L7nchburg, Dammille
ichond, Dan11ll1e and
on all Through Trains.
Rates to Charleston ae
e-State and West Indian
11 Resorts now en sale at
stare, time tabies, ratea, et..,
W. H. TAYL.OE,
Aast. Gen.. P.as. Agqnt.
J. C. BEA+f,
Distrlct Pas. Agent,
10 UR8NRTES TfJ HAPJESTON,83.0,
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.
outh Carolina Inter-State and We'st Indian
Tickets o;i sale at following rates:
rom (ClaisA Clqrs B C1l88 C
aurens. ~. .$.2 $.7 $.0
wberry. S. C., '-75 5.7 - .
r osperity, S. C.. 7.45 0.45 3.75
ittle Mountin, S. C., 7.10 5.20 :.5i
hapin. 6.'. .6 :..
u ia.;S. C. r,.8' 4.30 2i
Class A tickets sold daily to May 3'st. con
nnoons r assage, final lruit June 3d 19)2.
Class B tickets sold daily to May 3'st, coz'
nuous usrte. fina! lim.t :0 days in addi
ias to teo s'Tue. dyadTusa
('each wee tjc~~ola th,da enntuouspasag
teachmi see d~aysi adtion ~fto'U patsae
I al i i seue. ain urherino ation a-o
res scE.uen uthErG AgenrwtO d
rsE.C E NAU-1ebrr, ..
JF.LI N eSTOC rryl S. C.
J. F.ME VON, STH. S E AERSO
Coh~Tr~b1a S. C.
M. EMERSON, H. M. EMERSON,
q'r,~ffi~ MRJlager. tjcn. Psee. Agent.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
CaDita City Route."
shortest line between all priDipal citie
North, East, South and WRat.
Rchedule in effect Dec. 1, 1901.
Central Time Local At
Daily. Daily. lants t..
'orthhound 0. 4 Clintv-.
Lv :a ah, ........113 p M 1iI5) n
Fairf . 1.... .. . +ai 3 4'; i -
Denuia k . 1b0ai 4 Z7 P a
Coluz- bia......... 4 10 an 7 05 p-r
Can .e-.......----- i 07 sw 8 00 pip
Cheraw ...... ..... 6 39 am 9 40 pm
kr Ia.r.st . ........ 7 05 am t10 15 n
Lv CnIu ' WIs 09 am 4 It pv 122.n
3 au I 51 7 12 p
1ree-uw' 6 56 aw 5 it 12i
C:int ............ 2 6 03 pin 2 lu
%larli-ie............ . :3 am 6 53 pm
C. tar ...... ... 4 0 1 am 72 pin
atawbu Jet.... 4 35 am 7 Al pm
Ar 1,m let. .-------.- 7 W a'i 1- I pro
Lv Hlamlet ....... .. 7 25 an 10 41 pm
tr Ra-eigh...... .....i 15 am 1 33 am
:Ptersourg. 2 2 pm 554 aL
RfchnOond....... 3 05 pm 6 3 ami
-WashiDgton.... 6 33 pm 10 10 an
"Baltimore .......11 25 pm 11 25 am
Philadelphia ... 2 56 am 136pm
New York......... 6 30 am 415pm,.
P1svoth-Norfek 525pm 715 am
Southbound. Daily. Daily.
Lv Cheraw..........-- 7 11,am 11 06 pm
Camden ... . 8 34 am 12 53 am
Co'umbia......... Q 40 am 1 e5am
Dcunuat-k ......... 9 :2 am 2 7Km
Fnirfax ...........10 30am 2 .57 r
ArSavarnab .....1205pm 44kaw
Jicksonvill i... 3 .0 pm 9 03am
Tampa........ 5 Oam .5 pm
Eastern Time. Local
Lv C4tawba.......... 9 01 ar 12 5' am Cint-n to
Slieter ............ 9 45 am 12 35 am Atlanta
Carlisle ............TO I a-a 2 0Y am No. 53
C iiton .-..... .. 6 am 2 a m 2 45 pm
fireet,W-o1......I : 2 pw 3 43 am 3 35 pm
Abb -ville ...... 12 21 pm 4 10am 407 pm
Calhoun Fals..12 ZA pu 4 :38 am 4 45 pm
Ar Athen6 .... ..... 221 pm j 1:3 am 6 19 pm
Atianta ........... 4 55 pm 8 t0 am 850 pm
,wuiuwbiai, .Newbrry aud Laurens Railway,
tr AD No 52 Weaving C lumbia. Unio sta.
tion, at 1 .0 am daily, connects at Ci?nton
with S A L Railway. No. 53, affording
snortest and quickest route by several hours
to Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville,St. Louis,
Chicago and all points West.
Close cOLIneCtIOU at Petersburg, Richmond,
Washington Portmouth Norfolk, Columbia
Savannah, Jacksonville and Atlanta, with
-Magnifficent vestibule trains carryin
tbrougbPaliman sleeping cars between
8 A L. Railway 1,000 mile books are good
over C., N and L. Railway; also to Wi-ng.:
ton, D. C.
For reduced rAtes, Pullman reservations,
elc,, apply to
W. P. Scruggs, T. P. A.,
.1. M. Barr. Ist V. P, a G. M.
R. E. L. Bunch, G. P. A. Portsmouth,Va.
ular1estonAd We11stern CaroHna Rwyvu
kugusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
Schedule in Effect Dec. 29, 1901.
Leave Augusta............ 0 05 a m
Arrive~ ,reenwood......12 31p m
'Anderson .................... p
Laurens............ 14pm 100a
Waterloo (H.8.)., 1 12 pm ..
GlennSp rings...4 4 p -.
Spartanurg.a......S3 3m p00a
Saluda........5 pm m .
Hendersonvlle..... 8 03 pm .
LeaveAshevlle......70'~p 7 -0 m...
Spartnbur.......21 10 830pam
Sprtnburl.....1222pm a 45p
Laurens.......... 2 0p *6Op
Arrive Waterloo(H. 5.)... 2 34p m
Greenwood........ 837pm 74pm
Leave Anderson .......... . .......
A ugust a......5 40 pm 11a
Leave Augusta. .......................
Allendale.............. .. 62 ..
Port Royal........... 100p 840a
Beauort...... 140p 6 30apm
Fairax..... -. ......7 84 a m
Alendle . .. ..11 858 a m
Arrie Agusa. . -.. . 114 5 p
W. 3 CRIG, en.?as 3Ag pm
A. Sa aNR na ...... ...........
A T RoyN............T LINE!
Betwen Qba8stnand 6Cl40bam
Closer oetho arenwoond forthl
at sartnTwih Sothr Mah .6h
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.... 4.25 Ar.Y... Clitone.. ..Ar 9.22
.... S.47 Ar.... Lac sb.......Lv 8.15
.... 7.25 Ar........G ree ne....L 605.22
. ... 3.0 Ar.....paranbur S.C.....Lv 12-1
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....... 9.20ar..,Chnandlue. . L .0 ...
H.EME O,Gn ksegrAn.
.r. .EIY T. L.v.RSN
ITuROesds ThrsdayI an Satrdays
o1nd1reenville. Ca SrC.e
or detaild s cAgeny Shouhernoalb
ew Chaleen arn oubals
to E. K1ENLYt, .T. rm Cininn- i
Chttnot aM tan Ta e vianauger.
rivilgti Ch in arlet' t' S Rvie
uNiw leping Car Leston harestop.
ivhet ofadditioal 7:15eeping ca Alna
C245p hattanooga 9:50Alant vi Agut,
southbountd81 lain.icnat t80
On thi, shaetanog car line wi. be ,btan
die:1dp Plma, Augusta car90 and thisa
r cving pine tharecle t se7vc affoRed
tunn,oev Charleston acuto
ari th e Auouition. :1 a
1.45 p m . t ha'tanooga
at 11 p. m ,
m , Atlanta
9:50 p. m ,
Cincinnati 8:10 a m.
On this sleepiog car line will be han
died Pullman sleeping cars, and this
com ple-es t be excellent set vice afforded
by the Southern Railway and its con
nections to Charleston on account of -- a
the ornnaitinn. -M