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'FLOATING A rTENIDANCE" WILL NOI
Important Announcement a to the Stat4
summer Scnool ThIs Y*ar. Some lofor
mation For Teachers.
The printed announcement of the
course of study of the State Samamer
school will be issued soon. This
will be sent out to county and city
superintendents for distribution
among the teachers. Correspond
ence, whether for admission to thE
school or to the dormitories, will b(
with the office of the State superin
tendent of education. When th(
list of admitted students is made ul
it will be forwarded to Presiden
Jobnon, who will assign rooms.
Application blanks will be fur
nished, upon which the teachers wil
note the courses that they wish t<
pursue, and will pledge themselvei
to remain through the entire fou
weeks, unless providentially pre
vented. "Floating attendance" wil
not be permitted. The ci-owding o
the class rooms for a part of the ses
sion tends to interfere with the worl
and will be discouraged. Last yea
614 enrolled, and only 470 staye
through the examinations. Thi
year about 500 will be admitted, an<
it is expected that practically all wil
stay to the end. This will be mor
satisfactory to instructors and to stu
Prof. Pattison writes enthusiasti
cally in regard to his course in draw
ing. His letter is characteristic, ano
an extract from it will be enjoyed b;
the many teachers in the State wh
"I have been giving serious though
to the matter of the work with you
Summer school for teachers. Th
first essential is to make the bee
possible use of the four weeks of th
term; first aim was to create confl
dence in the teachers; satisfy ther
that a considerable amount of drawi
ing was within their capacity.
"This has been actemplished to
greater extent than I had dared a&
ticipate. I have found many pec
pie of quick wits, not to say talen1
among the teachers.
"We have already undertake
many advanced methods, such a
with water colors and a certai
amount of decorative work. It seen
now the right moment to lead th~
teachers in the methods pursued i
all elementary schools in the countr3
in the line of pedagogies, that the
may better awaken a love for dravi
ing among their pupils of the lowet
grades. This is not so much teach
ing to draw as developing the spot
taneous faculties of expression b
means of form. This methodi
used in the youngest grades. Pr
* pils past 14 are customarily taugi
to draw sytematically. I expect t
continue the manner of teaching tb
student teachers'to draw from nw
ture, just as it has been done; br
shall endeavor to instruct those al
ready prepared for it, in this metho
of leading their younger pupils.
However, the first and most esser
tial matter is to induce the teacher
to draw from natural objects, eithe
in crayon, pencil,-pen, or water colo
The way to teach drawing is to excit
a love for the use of lines and co:
St Paul's Items.
Farmers are getting along nicel
with their work.
Old man "Push" has some melo
stalks up in his melon patch. Loo
There is one farmer ini this commui
ity that raises more provisions than b
needs for his family; it is Mr. T. A
Epting. He sold on Saturday to a ger
tleman in the town of Prosperity 601bi
I responsibility, ane
C no taint of disease
to be transmittedt
sive sores and eruptions, catarrh of tl
swellings, brittle bones, white swelli
How can parents look upon;
themselves for bringing so much
any disease lurking in your systei
healthy children ? Cleanse your o'
you have not only enlarged your cap
of life, but. have discharged a duty
mankind healthier and happier.
There is no remedy that so sure
troubles as S
and builds t
a purely vegetable medicine, harn
by both old and young without fe
Write us about your case, and
This will cost you nothing, and w
skin diseases. TIlL SW!]
of lard at 12*c. And has a barrel o
flour more than he needs, besides sell
ing, since he gathered his crop, abou
$30 worth of horse food .and other eat
The policy holders of the Farmers
M. I. Association think the present as
sessmeut rather high. They should re
member that they haven't been assessed
anything scarcely for the past thre
years, and besides it is cheaper by
long way than any o:her company.
The Farmers' Mutual is gaining it
stock and popularity.
Mr. Julius J. Epting is suffering with
one of his eyes and has been advised b;
a good physician to go to Charlestoi
and have an examination made by Dr
Parker, he is expected to go very soon
A young farmer in the Pomaria see
tion is troubled by the crows pulling ul
his corn. He says when the corn start
to come up the crows take a hold an(
b carry it on up.
The preparitory services at St. Paul'
Saturday. evening was well attended
Glad to see it so.
Mr. J. C. Aull, a prominent merchan
and business manager of the firm o
S Aull-Hentz & Co. at Pomaria, put asid
r his business Saturday evening, th
busiest day in the week, and went t
Divine service in his church (Si
Paul's). That is commendable.
St. Paul's Democratic Club No. 1
Township will meet at St. Paul's schoo
house on Friday the 25,h at 1 P. M. t
r reorganize and to elect delegates an
an executive committeeman. A goo
turnout is desired and expected
The early planting of corn is comini
up to a good stand.
1 Nearly all of the patrons of the F. R
D. mail have ordered U. S. mail boxes
We will have daily mail by May 1st.
Mr. L. I. Epting, Sec. Treas. an<
Agent of the F. M. I. Association de
sires me to say for the benefit of any
one who wishes to correspond on busi
ness or otherwise, that his address i
"Sligh's, S C, Box 13."
Mr. Jacob Richardson's little son ha
D been very low for several days.
We got a package of the sugar bee
t seed from Mr. John Scott. If we dor
r get the premium, or bo,h of them, w
will make the one hustle that beats u
e provided we can get our seed to com
A The gardeners are having troubl
with the cut worms One good lad
put stiff paper around her cabbag
plants, and the worms cut a hol
tbrough the paper to get at the plan
The St. Paul's graveyard committe
a has let contract to cleau i f yard to Mi
-Julius Epting and sons. The yard
.in good bands. Mr. Epting know
more about the graves than anyon
We had a large congregation at t b
Q communion at St. Paul's yesterday.
s Mr. B. 0 Epting, wife and daughte
SMattie, stopped a few hours with b:
brother, Mr. L I. Epting, on his wa
shome from Sf. Paul's yesterday (Sur
e day). Mrs. M. J. Dicker% and so
n Ezra, Mr. James Sloan and sister Mis
r, Mamie, and Mr. George Derrick als
stopped awhile with Mr. Epting.
Misses Ruby Holloway and Emo
Julia Dreber ar'e visiting at Mrs I
- A pil 21, 1902.
s~ Most attractively springlike ar
th-e literary features, illustrationi
t fashions and millinery- in The DE
signer for May, the dainty cokc
eplates and cover adding largely t
the effectiveness of this number. C
Lt special interest are "May Day," b
John de Morgan, "The Art of Bas
-ketry," by Jane WV. Guthrie, "Som
Original Cottage Furnishings," b
Ma1y Kilsytb, and "Selections for tb
- recitationist." The fiction compri
-s ses "White Ver.sus Brown," a capita
rshort story by L. G. Wilcoxson
"Joseph's Coat," a parlor comedy b
r. Mary Dawson; "What came of
e Dare," by L. M. Montgomery, an
I- the opening chapters of a contine
love story, " The A pology of Ayliffe,
by the well-known author, Ellen OJ
ney Kirk. "Effective 'Gibson' Gar
ments" ~are charmingly set fort
y among the fashions, so, too, are cos
tumes suitable for. commencement c
n graduation day, and in the milliner'
k department "Ak Expert" describe
lucidly the construction of an up te
- date sailor hat, suitable for travelin
e or general wear. -"Points on Dress
.making," "Etiquette," "Toilet Tanl
- Chat." Nursery and Househol
.Hints are all supplied in abundancE
e right of every cild
11 born, and to the
it must lo*.:k for
- How inicon
is the parenits'
I how important that ~ i
is left in the blood0
o the helpless child, entailing the most
and marking its little body with offen
ie nose an d throat, weak eves, glandular
ng and deformity.
such little sufferers and not reproach
misery into the worldl? If vou have
n, how can you expect well developed,
vn blood and build up) your health, and
acity for the enjoyment of tlhe pleasures
all parents owe to posterity, and made
ly reaches deep-seated, stubborn blood
.S. S. It searches out even hieredlitary
removes every taint from the b)1ood,
tp the general health. If weaklings
up aroundl you, right the wrong by
i on a course of S. S. S. at once. It is
tless in its effects, and can be taken
ir of any had results.
let our physicians advise and help vou.
e will also sendi our hook on blJood and
rT .PCIrIrC CO.. Atnanta. G..
f WILL OF REV. I)R. TALMAGE.
Singular to Relate it G,v-s Entire sat ioa
tion to all Concern6-d. Although 11
Dispose4 of YS300,000 Wovt l o(
Property -Nt Charitiev
Washington, April 21.-The will
of the late Rev. Dr. T. DeWitt Tal
mage was filed bore today. It leaves
an estate of. more t harl $30,000, of
which about $250,000 is in prsonal
property, consisting of securedl notes,
United States 4 per cent. bonds,
stock and cash in bank, furniture,
pictures and househoid effPcts. The
real estate is worth about, $30,000,
composing his houst-, No. 1,400 Mas
sachusetts avenue, in this city, and
property in East Hampton, Long
Island, and in his former home,
Brooklyn. The Washington Loan
and Trust Company is named as ex
ecutor, and today petitioned the Dis
t trict Court to admit the will to pro
bate. All the heirs at law are said
to be entirely satisfied and have con
sented to the probate. The will gives
"the widow's third" to Mrs. Talmage,
and the remainder share and share
alike to al. of his children and their
lineal descendants. The will is dated
I February 3, 1898. The heirs at law
I are as follows: The widow, Mrs.
Eleanor M Talmage, of this city, and
his children, Mrs. Jessie T.* Smith
and Mrs. May Mangum, both of
Brooklyn; Mrs. Edith T. Donnan,
Richmond, Va.; Frank De Witt .Tal
mage, of this city, and Mrs. Maude
T. Wyckoff, Cape Vincent, N. Y.
Dr. Talmage's widow, his son,
s Frank De Witt Talmage, of Chicago,
and Dr. Louis Klopsch, of Brooklyn,
s are appointed literary trustees under
a codicil. The will gives to the son,
t Frank, all the books, manuscripts
e and copyrights thereon or hereafter
, secured in trust, to superintend, Wan
e age and control the printing, pub
lishing and sale, and gives his son
exclisive control of all contracts ex
e isting at the time of the testator's
e death relating to all literary work,
-. with full and unrestricted authority
e to fulfill and enforce them for the
benefit of the' est ate.
IssUE Nor R AlSED.
Why C:onstItutionality of Di,spensary Law
e wVaa Nor Arr.nu'.
r - [The State, 22nd.]
s In the Supreme court yesterday
the Williamsburg dispensary case
Swas argued and disposed of in short
s order. Tphe constituti ;nality of thbe
o dispensary law had been raised in
this case, hut it did not comne before
the court, the State simply admitting
the illegality of the election held,
and ending the matter there.
e Grandmother says in her quaint old way,
' World wasn't made in a day-a day,
And that blue sky where the white clouds
oWhy, the Lord was six (lays painting
"The way ain't sunny;
But don't you fret!.
Cheer up, honey --
e You'll get there yct"
Grandmother says in her quaint old way,
e-World wasn't nmade in a day-a (lay;
The meadows there, wh'ere you love to
Why, the Lord took time to carpet it!
a"The way ain't sunny;
j But don't you fret!
ICheer up, honey
You'll get there yet."
And still to me in the fields and dells
Her sweet voice rings like a chinie of
And I dream brave dreams as I hear her
y"World wasn't made in a (lay-a day.
"The way ain't sunny;
But don't you fret!
Cheer up, honey
- You'll get there yet."
BY JAMIES RAVENSCROFT.
Sotted with drink and dirt; swearing.
stumbl in g,
Staggermng on the wvay; she took him
She heeded not the thoughtless mn chins'
Nor the derisive glance of stronget men.
Debauched. shameless, sunk lower thani
Foul mouth, foul b)reath. hlear eyes,
filth, rags andl all
He was her own. the inmiate of her heart.
Exhausted with his weight, shte dragged
Where pale-faced, hungry children shirank
Bound uip his wounds, received in har
And gave him of her cupboatrd's meager
Dog-like she bore his brutal kicks and
She strove and plead'd, suffered like a
And whien his ravings stopp1edl in stupid
She, with her children huddled to her
Crouched silent in a corner and kept
. New Voice.
A BOY S110OT,4 ASU, ILLSrIO MUTEIR
Dreadful Accide,nt in Lexingti C(oIIty
%uuiI.y_-hnt ev'ret a Main Artery
Aad :thw i.dy liij.t w iihi, iftO-n
Miniiuto;s-The Sad Story
Over in Lexington county on Sun
day there was an extreuelv sad
tragedy. The little son of a devoted
mother -her only child and(] her idol
had the awful misfortune to acci
(entalb shoot and iill that mother.
The victim was Mrs. Pieree leno
drix, the second wife of her husband,
who is a well to do fim-r living
about fivo miles West, 0: Ljexington
court house. Her little son by whose
bands she died, Early Hendrix, is
just 0 years of age, and is heart
It seems that on Sunday morning,
while Mr. Hendrix was away, a large
hawk flew into tho yard arid began
to play havoc with the poultry. Mrs.
Hendrix, who was en the piazza, told
the lad to step inside the house, get
his father's gun and shoot the hawk.
The little fellow ran indoors and
quickly returned with the weapon.
In going down the steps the trigger
was accidently struck in some way
and the gun was discharged. The
entire load entered Mrs. Hendrix's
right, thigh, and severed the femoral
artery. Mrs. Heudrix sank to the
floor with a groan and in 15 uin
utes she bled to death, those about,
the place not being able to do any
thing to staunch the flow of the life
The unfortunate accident has cast
a gloom over Lexington. and the
deepest sympathy is expressed for
the bereaved husband and the mother- I
less little one, who was so unfortu
niate as to accidentally take the life
that was dearest to him.
The funeral services were held
Pure Blood the Greatest
Necessity of Life.
We Know Vinol
To Be A Wonderful
You can't have a healthy house with a
clogged up sewer.
The blood is the flushing fluid of the
system. When it is imipure it ceases to
carry off other imupurnities from the vi al
organs. What is worse it imin:ris its
own poisons to tihe lungs, tihe kidnews
the liver, etc.
Those with rich pure blood know no
In all of our experience we hiave neQver
met anything better tihan V inol ftor th r
oughly purifying and enrich in io hei blot d.
Vinol contains in a highly co ncentrat al
state just the elementis t hat are net-ded t o
enable the blood to take f rom t he s:omta eh
those properties it needs for enriching
itself and r.aconstructing the b)ody. It
also enables the blood to get rid of the
impurities it absorbs from the dilferenit
vital organs in its circulatory action.
We wish to call y-our attention to the
following letter which comes from one of
the many who have been made well by
the use of Vinol. I t is from M\iss Ger trude
McGee of Toledo. Oh io, who is a daughter
of the popular proprietor of the
"Burnett" of that place.. She says:
"For the past ten years the word health
was to me mean ingless. Dtoctors and
their prescriptions were unsucc:'ssful as
far as the building up of my body and
the restoration of my health was con
cerned, until one brigh t day my physician
prescribed Vinol. 1 have taken up to
now about fourteen bottles and find
that it is more than all you claimed for it.
For yea] s it has been my want to pray
for strength: now I have one prayer anti
an occasional dollar for Vinol anti I am
feeling stronger and better every day."
We wish to again extend the invita
tion that we have offered so mans
times to call on us and let us tell y-ou
more about Vinol. We are alwa' s
ready to refund to anyone the rice
paid for Vinol if they are not sati .ied
with its action.
WinE, Peiham & Son
In Eiffct Sunday, February 2d. 19 .
(Eastern Standiard Tir'
A M. A,M- -. -A'
7 45a Lv A1ituta (s.A.L
10 ila A thlenS 5 ?.
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2 23p A bbevie " i
i2 Psp G reenfwood .
iS3p Ar Clinton ILv 2 00
10 0taa Lv Glenun sprintgs Ar 4 00 6
U 45a Spar-ianburr 8310
12 rIp Gireen v4.ie 3~ 0
(Ha trrist Sprinrs)
12 52p Wa te(rloo 2.0t,
22 5i 52 '5
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M1nw in Q 0 Wi!min inn T (
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1.t tr R a ~ r' to' taltl ''. or fir! (or it loin' a Lv
't()fl caP 'i - . o' wrilt tt
('I i.~ ' HILD-., 'r. NI F:MEItSO\. 4r
i'ro~a1ent. f attic NhLn5~ter Lv
F TIXIN'Y-~TON II 'I. I*.MFJ~SON
~o' \~t. 'tn'1 ~rt. & '~s~t * gI Ar
olumbla ~. C WI]minRton. N. (~
MRE YOU WISE a^ec
maLion there is no remedy to
and a sure way1
Throat in order
and insure healt
take half a glasr
it a teaspoonful
and with this gargle t
Then bathe the outside of
ment and after doing this P
around the neck. It is a F
IT MAY BE YOU s're
can Mustang Tilnment an
L H O
Are bist reach by the Co i
runs two trains day fro
without change. hese
directvor make close nnec
for al parts of Texas, abi
and I Vdian Territory.
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GATES VILLE G
SAN ANGO@.. . ~
If you want tonfn d a ood homne
in Texas, where bi crops are
raised and where pe le prosper,
write for a copy of ou handsomE
booklets, " H omes in te South
west'' and "Through T xas with
a Camera." Sent free to any
body who is anxious to bett r his
Uniting the I
Resor'ts of the
between New Tek
Cincinnati and Fle1
New Yoemk and Florida,
and 3iavannah. er
u=ieiow Dining=Caw S<
EZcellent Beevice and
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Winter Tourist Ticele
For detelued ?nformaeae
apply es neares tecketsag
*. 3. HARD WICK,
Generel Paaenger Age
R,. W. KUNT,
see. PagSsr Agso,s
P..VAm S., SeS.
tUE RIDGE RAILRDI
H. C. BEA'h:TIE, Receiver.
1ttfective 2. .,1897.
netween A nvriennn and Walhalla.
.P St.ationls N
00 aum...... A nderson.......Lv 3 3
Iam..........A utun..........Lv 4f
''22 am.......Pe udeton.......Lv 4 I
013 am..Cherry's C'rossine....L4 2:
I' am...AilqTm S' Crossin..Lv 4 29 r
4am.}........Snec'a.......} Lv 44
12 am .... W et U nion ....LV 511
'.0 amn . ..Wal balla.........Lv3I'
.Lv. P. I
J. R. A.N[DERSON, Superintende:
tn'tir at Senecai with So. R R 'f.1
EC't1-)'LE IN FFFECT AFTER JUFE 2, 190)1
(l1enrn SprIag's................. .. .. 9 00)
Robuck................ ........... 9 45
SvaLrt an u r .......................100
purt anbu rg......................... 35]
Rebu ck ...'.......................... 4 8.5i
lenn Springs .... .. . ........4 5
H S Simpson. Presido~
-eat many peOP10- sul7c"troF
They don't know that for all iill
equal'Mexican Mustang Liniments
;o treat a case of Sore
to kill disease germs
hy throat action is to
full of water put into
e throat at frequent intervals.
the throat thoroughly with the lini
our some on a soft cloth and wrap
and $1.00 a bottle.
long been troubled with a running
or ulcer. Treat it at.once with Mcxi
you can depend upon a speedy cure
AN INIlAN TER.
mn elt, ich finei
M mphi to Texas,
'ai s ei er reach "
.SHE A I
-TyuI - MREVEPORT
N. B. BAIRD, T. P. A., --ATLANTA, GA.
E. W. LaBEAUlNE,0. P. & T. A., ST. LOUIS, NO.
inT HIGHW AY
E AND TSOVE L.
ealth and Pleasure
Suth with the .
AST and W EST.
rains, Through Sleeping-Care
and New Orleans, via Atlante.
rida Points via Atlanta and via
either via Lynchburg, Daaville
via Richanond. Danville and
ivice on all Through Trains.
Low Rates to Charleston ao
a Inter-State and West Indian
s eo all Resorts now en sale at
,literature, tase Sable., rat*e, ese.,
tt or eddreas
W. U. TAYLOE,
t Aaet. GeE. Pa... Agteut,
D. C. attaant., Os.
J. C. BEAM,
DterLet Page. Age01,
) I CURSLORATE I LARIESTON, 8.0.
SAtlantic Coast L.ine Railroad.
PoSouth Carolina Inter-State and W- st Indian
prTickets on sale at following rates:
rrjx From ('less A Class B Clqss C
, Laurens. 8. C., $9.20 $6.75 $ I.60
PWClinton. S. C., 8.75 6.40) 4.4)
rr Ne wbe rry, S. C., 7.75 5.70 ?.90
pnm Prosperity. S. C.. 7.45 C.45 3.75
little Mountain, S. C., 7.10 5.20 -.o'
Ar ( hapin. S. C., 6.8i 5.0"i 3.15
Irmo, S. C. 6.5 4.65 3.-40
SCo'umnbia. $. C.. 5.85 4.30 3.25
Class A tickets sold daily to May 3'st. con
tinnous passage, final limit June 3d 19)2.
Class B tickets sold dlaily to May 3'st, con
tinuous oass?ue, final limit 10 days in addi
lion to d ate of sale.
('lasa C tickets sold Tuesday and Th ursday
1ot each week to May 29th, continuous passage
final limit severt days In addition to date ot
~ or schedule and further informnation ad
indress E. CAVENAUGH Agent,
inNewberry, S. C.
nr iJ. F. LIVINGSTON. Sol'g Ag't,
Colum bIa. S. C.
T. M. EMERSON, H. M. EMERSON,
n T.mC Manager. (In. Paan. Agrent.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Cital City Route."
Shortest line between all principal cities
North, East, South and West.
Rchedule in effect Dec. 1, 1901.
Centi-lTime. Local At-.
Daily. Daily. lanta to
Northbound 66 34 Clinton.
Lv Savannahli.........1 3) pm 1 55 pm
Fairfax ............ 1 09 am 3 40 pm
Den mar k......... I '0 am 4 27 pm
Colui bia. ....... 4 10 am 7 05 pm
Can- den............ 5 7 am 8 00 pm
Chberaw ........... 6 39 am 9 40 pm
Ar Hamlet ............ 7 05 am 10 15 pTm No. 52..
Lv Cathoun ails 100 am 421 pm 1225am
Abbeville ........ 133 am 4-51 py 1257 pm
Greenwood .... 156am 5 19 pi 1 22 pw
Clinton............ 2 45 am 6 08 pm 2 15,.PM
Carlisle............ 333 am 6 53 p-W
Chester.......... 4 00 am 72rpm
Catawba Jet.... 4 35 am 7 64 pm
Ar Hamlet ......... 7 00 am 10 15 pm
Lv Hamlet ........ .. 7 25 am 10 40 pm
Ar Ra:eigh............lu 15 am 130 am
Petersburg...... 2 26 pm 5 54 am
Richn ond....... 3 05 pm 6 35 am
Washington.... 6 35 pm 10 10 an.
Baltimore ........1125 pm 1126 am
Philadelphia.... 2 56 am 1 36 pm
New York......... 630am 415pm
P'tsr~outh- Norf'k 525pm 7 15 am
Southbound. Daily. Daily.
Lv Cheraw............ 7 Il am l 06 pm
Camden ........... 8 34 am 12 53 am
Columbia......... 8 40 aEd 1 05 am
Denmark......... 9 52 am 2 17am
Fxirfax ..........10 30 am 2 57 am
Ar Savar.nah ........12 05 pm 4 40 am
Jacksonvillc... 3 E0 pm 9 05 am
Tampa.............. 5 C0 am 5 40 pm
Eastern Time. Local
Lv Catawbr .......... 9 07 am 12 57 am Clnt'n to
Chester ............ 9 45 am 12 35 am Atlanta
Carlisle ............ 1 am 2 00 am' No. 58
Ctinton .......... I 106 im 2 57 am 2 45 pm
Greenwood......IWt 12 Dm 3 43 am 8 35 pip
Abboville........ 12 21 pm 4 10 am 4 07 pm
Calhoun Falls..12 50 pu 4 38 am 4 45 pm
Ar Athens...... ..... 221 pm 6 13 am 619 pm
Atlanta ........... 4 55 pm 8 F0 - m 850 pm
S.olumbbia, Newberr.) atd Laurens Railwey,
tr.in No. 52 leaving CAlumbia. Union sta
iion, at 120 am daily, connects at Clinton
with S A L Railway.- No. 53, affording
*,5hortest and quickest route by several hours
to Atlant,. Chattanooga, Nashville, St. Louis,
Chicago and all points West.
Close coLnection at Petersburg. Richmond,
Washington Portkmouth Norfolk, Columbia
avannah, Jacksonville and Atlanta, with
:'Magnifiicent restibule trains carrying
thr:ugbPullman sleepit.g cars between all
8 A L. Railway 1,000 mile books are good
over .'., N and L. Railway; also to Washing
ton, 1>. C.
For r(duced rAtes, Pullman reservations,
e -B,Lpp:y to
W. P.Scruggs, T. P A.,
J. M. Barr. Ist V. P, &. G. M.
R. E. L. Suneh, G. P. A. Portsmouth.Va.
:'1arl1ston an Western Carolina Rwr
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line
9chedule in Effect Itc. 29,1901
I.eave Augusta.................a0 05a 5pm
A --iv 1 Gre1wood... 1.2 3) p m
Anderson ............... ....
Laurens....... 140pm 100a
Waterloo<.H 8.)... 1 12 p nm
Greenville.....12 22 p rn9m i
Glenn S prings..445pm -.
Spartn burg....... 3 30pm m0t
Saluda............533pm m .
Hendersonvilie..6 03 p m
A sheville......... 7 15 p -.
iav Asheville.........7 05p m .
Spartanburg ....12 5am 33p
Greenville ........2 2p m 4p
Laurens...........2 05pm 63p
Arrive Waterloo(H. S.)... 2 3 pm m
Greenwood.......3 0 pm 74p
Leave A nderson ............... ... . 72 a
A uguse a......... . 540 p 11r. a
Leave Augusta.......................4 5p
Allendale........ ..... ..82p
Yen.sassee .........lO10 25 72r.
Be.aufort.......... 1 0 15 am 85p
Port Royal....... 10 30am 86p
~emasee.....IISim 970 ar
~'airfa . .9... 4am
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6tgaa 20 p
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DT R ECTORM.
EO W. SUMMER L. W. FLOYD.
EO S. MOWER. P C. SMITH.
. J. GIBSON. W..H. HUNT.
JNO. M, KINARD, President.
. B. MAYER, Z. F. WRIGHT,