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A MODERN POMPEII.
THE TOWN #)F s*, PIERRE 1*L%N:1 O'
M%KrTiNIQUE. uu.4-',Y) o A
DELUGE OF FIRE.
The Entire Population of 10 000 Qnls
Supposed to Have Peri-hod-1he V.Li
cano of La Vvlet Over tmi.oa, " the
To-wn ts-till In Vio-en: Errapt..n
fattinique Wai the Kirfi
piac-* of the Krp-et4
Paris, -May 9.-The commandei
of the French cruiser Suchet baE
telegraphed to the minister of ma
ribe, M. DeLanessan, from Fort De
France, Island of Martiqique, under
date of Thursday, May 8, at 10 p
M., as follows:
"Have just returned from St.
Pierre, which has been completely
destroyed by an immense mass ol
fire, which fell on the town at aboul
8 in the morning. The entire pop
ulation (about 20,000 souls,) ii
supposed to have perished. I hav(
brought back a few survivors, aboul
30. All the shipping in the harboi
has been destroyed by fire. The
St. Pierre, it was announced froix
St. Thomas on Saturday last, hac
been covered with ashes to the depti
of a quarter of an inch as the re
sult of the outbreak of the Moni
Pee.ee volcano, and appeared to b
enveloped in fog.' The town, whici
is the largest of the Freuch Wesi
Indies, has a population of over 25,
St. Pierre is one of the most pie
turesque towns of the West Indies
It is built alon. the seasbore at th(
foot of a high range of mountains
its houses are gayly painted and iti
cathedral is quaintly imposing; itt
streets are clean and bordered witl
tAes' and flowers, and it has quit(
an extensive clnb life with a Frenct
The volcano of Pelee or La Pele(
dominates the town, rising to a bighl
of 4,000 feet.
Martinique has a romantic in
terest from b'eing the bithplace oi
the Empress Josephine, and the is
land on which Madame de Mainten
on lived when a child.'
The e xpoittion Duriog the Month of May
The Southern Railroad, the At
lantic Coast Line, and the~ Plani
System have arranged to continuE
the sale of the cheap Tuesday ticketE
to the Exposition, as sold during the
month of May. This will enable all
who have not yet visited the Exposi
tion to do so during its closing
month, and those who have visited
*it, to again take advantage of thb
low rate offered, as many will un
There has been a great deal said
*through the columns of the pap&rs ir
regard to the Exposition, and its
many attractive features. The&e is
one, however, that 'as been almosl
entirely overlooked or. ignored by al]
correspondents, and probably from
the fact that its location is such as
not to attract general, attention.
Reference is made to the Grass Gar.
~ den of the U. S. Agricultural De
partment, which consists of foul
-acres of ground, add is located juist
east .of the encampment of the
Marine Corps. Every farmer wbc
visits the Exposition, sho'uld visii
this garden. Here are to be f. und
.growing over fifty different i-peci
mens of forage crops suitable ft r oni
Southern suns, as well as wheat, rye,
e and barley of many kinds. The
seeds of the different forage crops
referred to have been gathered fromi
Egypt, Africa, China, Ireland, Scot
land, England, Australia and many
other countries. The represent at ive
of the Agricultural Department in
charge of the garden is a practical far
mer, and can give the visitor full in
formation regarding each and every
species of the crop, and it can be
.said to every farmer, if be can spare
time to come down, even if he spends
only one day at the Exposition, let
him carefully study these forage
crops, get a list of such as he wants
to use, and he will be tent times re
paid for the expense of the trip, and
for the time he 'may think he is
losing from his farm.
New Sleeptog Car L.ine to uharlesto.
Southern Rail way announcwnes estab
lishment of additional -leeping car line
to Charleston, S. C., from Cincinnst i,
Chattanooga and Atlanta via Augusta,
soidthbound le~ ving Cicinat at 8:05
p. mn., Chattan oga at 6i:45 a. m ,Atlau
riving in Charlestor at 7 a mn Re
trning, leave Charleston at 11 p m,
arrive at Augusta at 7:15 a. m ,A tlant a
12:45 p. m , Chattanooga 9:50 p. m ,
Cincinnati 8:10 a mn.
On this sleeping~ car liue wi;l be han
dled Pullman sleeping ears, and this
com pletes thbe excellent se vice a tTorded
by the Southeru Railway and i:s con
nections to Charleston on account of
ONLY THREE MORE WEEK-; OF T1HE
3 he 0 esat Show at ( h4rle1n w .ii yO
Juie Ist-Everybmty Oright to Atto nd
on *Wagener Day," May I2!d.
The South Carolina Iuter State
and W-4s, Indian -X'positl wil
have but !hree more weeks of s*Irring
existence. Born of the far seeing
enterprise of a few patriotic men,
iursed to maturity by their unceas
ing toil and self sacrifice, iI the face
of a thousand obstacles, and in spite
of doubt and criticism to those
familiar with its broal scope ai
minute detail, its architectural gran.
deur and its infinite varipty of ex
bibits, its scant treasury and its
abundaut achievement iu all that
constitutes au Exposition, it is the
marvel of the industrial history of
our country. Even its projectors
dreamed riot of so great an achieve
merit. They builded far better than
they knew, but progressed step by
step to completion of what is un
doubtedly the greatest Exposition
the South has ever known, and con
sidered from the statdpoint of
money invested and results accom
plished, the greatest the world has
ever seen. Tbe proof is easy.
-In a few days this great exponent
of industrial progreiis will pa,s into
history, the exhibits will be scattered
to the four quarters of the earth,
and the beautiful buildings removed.
Th,se who have not seen it should
not miss the opportunity of their
lives, those who have, should see it
again. It cannot be seen too often.
The remaining weeks are full of
special "days," conspicuous among
t hem Odd Fellows Day, May 13;
West Indian Day, May 16, and last
but not least "Wagener Day," May
22, designated in honor of the Presi
dent of the Company, who by his
onfaultering zeal and liberality has
given fruition to the plans of his
company. Every South Carolinian,
every man who loves a good patriotic
citizen should bd on the exposition
grounds on "Wagener Day," and
show e't least some faint recognition
of the werk one man has done.
The railroads have made the low
est rates for "Wagener Day" that
has ever been made on any occasion,
and all can afford the small expense
of atteniding thbe exposition.
An Alston M.3stery.
[Thle State, 3rd ]
Thursday afternoon somne children
playing on an old deserted farm
near Alston found a newly made
grave. The-y immediately reported
the gruesome discovery and the cor
oner was summoned from his home
20 miles away. The grave was
ope.ied only to find that it was empty.
It could be readily seen, hesever,
that a small coffinr I.ad bee-n buried,
but had been removed. The entire
ptliee force of Alston, consisting of
o1M man, is hot on the trail and de
termined to unearth the mystery.
(iOORGr SUPRE11IVtC (URT.
Headat Trnsta a" be H-endl'ed I'nde" the
Atlanta, Ga., April 30.--The su
premte court of Georgia today held
that the efforts of the varions du
firm'a ins Atlanta to prevent a certain
pharmacey from p'ircha.ing goods
fromt wholesale houses whieb sup
olied1 the drug trade wer ill-gal
under the common law and contrari
to the public policy. The court also
held tLhat the anti trust law of
Georgia was uniconstituntionali , the
eff.et of the decision is that the
truists and other combinations cant
be proceeded against und. r the comi
mon law of thbe State.
D..From Nt Pht1p'
The crops ing bis section are look
ing fine. There is a good prospect
of plentf' of fruit this s ear if nod
!Mr. WV. WV. Wicker, of Gjoldville,
paid us a visit.
St. Philip's s:-bool closed today,
arid the teacher gave bia pupil's a
On the 28th of A pril we enjoyed
some nice speaking at the Fork ex
ibition. At thbe close of h e s peaking
he children representedl ibe seven
ifferent races of people. Miss Es
ie Pearson, their teacher, mnade the~
me[( that was more punlfltual to ht-r
ebUool duties a pre-nmt, a small girl
>e en n rte asod o
be Wpriz nihe wr-inear ws old,ttle
th . prz Thne wne v-as lttl
Clara L minick.
May, 2,1902. Featbertop. t
Pedestrianisni In Germany.
A German friend of mine (he is some
what of a humoris- was bantering me
about the noturious avrsion of Ameri
cans to walking. and he remarked th:at
he had hear,1 it aid that the averag,
American ( id not w k m! e C than a mile
a day. Uf course I resented this gros
lilwf. iiil I a tler i that th aNverage
An :-i-an ti -, u 1t iiothiin- 4 arting
out f, r a walk f live mik s. I cited
with a good al ,f pride lle hab1it1ual
practice of .1 ul ian Hawt hori ie of taking
a mere stroll of twemiy or thirty mi-s
whenever he has a few momens to de
vote to exercise. I spoke. too. of your
townsman, Mr. Sia ion Tho !,:ps< 1. editor
of The America, who is in te h1abil of
walking ten mih-s a day and iirming fif
teen or twenty i1 ore.
Mv friend thereupon became p"rsonil.
and venturJ to intimate that I coul
not walk fi,: ,m.,. Of course I aeopt
ed the challenge impiaed, and, peac(efully
doddeing im)e'le that I was, I actually
walked for fouair consecutive hours before
I learned (upon remonstrating with my
humorous friend) thatr a German mile
was equal to four and a half English
miles, and that in order to accomplish
the feat I had undertaken I should have
to cover twent y-two and a half miles.
Germany would be a veritable- para
dise, methinks, for Julian Hawthorne
and Slason Thompson. They would be
elected to the reichstag at the first con
gressional election. - Eugene Field in
Information for the Boy.
The instruction that nursemaids are
able to impart to the greedy young
minds that are given into their charge is
truly fearful and wonderful. As a
Coney Island boat was passing the Bar
tholdi statue a 5-year-old youngster was
moved to ask the Milesian lady who at
"W'ot's that, Jane?"
"That's Liberty," quoth Jane.
"W'ot's Liberty?" he asked again.
"W'y, just Liberty. Don't you know
w'ot Liberty is':"
"W'ot's Liberty?" lie insisted.
"'Wy, you goose," instructed his
teacher, "Liberty is-w'y it's-Free
dom. And now you know, don't you?"
And of couise lie did. Just wait until
somebody a.s him.
There was more of the same kind from
the same source.
"W'ot's those, Jane?" he asked again,
with significant finger at the life pre
servers over head.
"Them's life preservers," said Jane.
"'W'ot are they for?"
"They're for when vou fall in the
water and get drowned," she informed
him, "and when you do they make you
"After you're drowned?" asked the
"Oh, yes. I do wish you'd keep still
and not ask so many questions. y'ou bad
But he didn't.-New York Evening
Sun. __ _ _ _ _ _
Drink Y'our Soda Slowly.
Good soda should be sipped. Quickly
drinking off the effer'vescence, which is
merelly foam, an interval of a minute or
two should be allowed before the last
half of the glass is taken. Clerks should
know this, and give customers time
without wvar,ing by looks or actions that
they are expected to leave in the shortest
possible order after bolting their soda
and paying for it. A glass of soda so
taken is a refreshing stimulus, better
than food i, a very hiot noon, but tossed
off as mIort peo.ple take it is a recipe for
cmmps or' indigestion.
If it is poor soda, tasting of metal with
the silver worn off, or standing in silver
too long, flavored wih sirups made from
orages or lemons wvhose musty taste is
plain to all refined palates, the less one
tae(s the bofter for life and health.
Girls wvho serve the cheap soda fountains
af. fancy stores well know this from ex
perience, and the old( hands rarely touch
soda themselves. The girls behind the
counters who depend on soda to keep up
their strength through the close days in
jure their digestion by it, and perhaps
owe more of their sudden indispositions
to it than they imagine.--Shirley Dare
in New York Herald.
Where Mr. Curtis Learned to Write.
Whatever my style of writing may be,
it is the re.sult of natural selection and
not of special design. The first author
who interested me deeply after "Robin
son Crusoe" and the usual children's
books of fifty or sixty years ago was
Washington Irving. Then came Waiter
Scott and Charles Lamb, Keats, Shelley
and Wor'dsworth, then Bacon and Emer
son, Burke and Carlyle, Thackeray and
Hawthornu. But rhetoric or composi
tion I have never studied. My long con
nection with the press has been of the
utmost service to me as a wvriter. For
many' years I have been the chief editor
ial writer' upon Harper's WXeekly, a
paper which t akes part in political dis
ussion, and the necessity oliumako~g my
self inttelligib le to the rapid reader in a
com ara t ivxely short sp ace has been prob
ably the best trainng I could have had.
Fortnately I have no taste for what
seems to mie the frequent extravagance
of news-paper writing, and therefore I
have easily avoided it. Every young
witer' -ionld renmember' that bigness is
not greatness, nor fury force.-George
The Prroper' iIfunct ion oif a Newspap)er.
In its ambition to be everyth ing and
t have everything the newspaper has
traveled far b eyond its legitimnate bounds.
The ompluint of the mnagazihnes inLli
cates tihe outgrowth on one side of tho.e
bounds: the moure excited protests of an~
invadedI privacy point to aniother over
low, and other bur'stings of limits arx'
heard fromu in other direc(tionls. The
riginal functions of a daily newspaper
ppear to hav'e b een fir_gotten. Keen
conmpetition among themselves has final
l brought n]ewspaper' peoplle to a condl1(i
tion if ieverIish anxiety ini wich L'very'
thing ithini reach miust be theirs.
ing 5 is i mal that it cannoli t lie stoopied
to; noting too remote and abistruse for
reaching after.-Noah Brooks in Forum.
The sinagle Thought.
"Ah.'' siahed'( the fondilm intr ''two
ouls with but a single t ihogt'"
"YS." :: i ll ecod paterr.Ialot inis i"and~~
hes's ghan o dolareiM. u ' nlwehsw
he'rIeti goin to atak sit .\l r.ov.h nhey've
o-trhis t :hatu' oing touht thpy'oe
wot " is tha p's oingto.po
r- lnL tn I ). ra: ~
t' r ant ii in f ro,n (iLa f~
The Uommvrc~ iai
CAPITAL - - - 550 00 0O
XX ~ ! \II_ j1*j,(1N I
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. N . . K iN \ 'I)
Our Ice Creams and
are just right.
They are highly fla
vored and madeup ac
cord ing to the taste.
Very cool and deli
OF TRADE .A
Unaiting the Ps-ini
Centere ad Heal
Resorts of the See~
Kigh-Class Vestibule Traja
between New York and:
Cincinnati and Flerida:
New York and Flerida, eith<
and aavanah, ec via
a=perior Dftning-Car Servic'
E=cellent Service and Lou
count South Carolina 1iii
Winter Tourist Tickets to
Per detaIled ?nforwsatlen, liter
appLy .e nearest teeket.agent, es
5. 5. H ARD WICK,
General Paa.nger Agent,
e&Lagten, 8. 0.
3. W. HVKT.
e4.. Pe,eeager Agent,
LAHO 1 Al
Are bpst reach d by the Co ton elf,
runs two trains day fro MA mph
withoutr change. hese t ai s ei
directior make close nnec o
for al(parts of Texas, 0aho "
and IQpdian Territory.
GATES vaLLE WA
say AP NO .
If you want to tin d n od home "O
in Texas, where hi erops are
rased and whera p4' >'le pro sper, c
write for1 a vopy- of iDu haandsomae
booUklets5. ' 11' l ns ifi I le So th
west' and''hrough' Te x:as wvithi
a Carnea."' sent~ free~ to any
bo04 V h lo is auIx:ous to b)ette. r' P.is
The Fidelity Mutual Life
- G n, one of the moSt
pm meennts of Newberry
writ 1 1 as f,ows:
Nehorry, S. C.. April 9th, 1902.
Mr. F. G. Spearman, Gen. Agt., New
berr-. S. (3.
D-ar Sir: AFter a thorough exam
iition of te plans and fwearitv offered
mbhe t FOft'lipy MUtua' Ife Insur
aEtice Compa ny. -d after a careful com
1.arison of itz rt s and policies with
those of otv-c n pani(ts, but h of whpjich
were submitted to me for my accept
ance. I took a policy in! the Fidelity
)u my lii:fe for four tthousan.i, and later
took om t i. more thousand. You can
iifr how hi:hiy I reear] your com
Pal ,i V.
I adrv1e at. e1iring Insurance to in
vest gate the Fidelity's plans before in
With b ' wi- s. Your: trul 'v,
B. F. GRIFFIN.
NAVING H.ANK LIFE IN-URANCv.
Life Insurance is the best Savings
1st. Because, if you die after making
the first deposit, your family receives
many time-, ss much as you have depos
2u.*After having made annual de
posits f,r more than thr-' %,ears, you
can borrow ar a re-asonabbe rate the
loar valuV of r. polieV, with,,ot i ther
For rates and terms for inmurance, or
a. ! env. app'y to
F. G. SPEAWNIA.N. Gen. ARL..
Newberry. S. C.
Land and Security CO.
WILL BUY AND SELL
Notes. Bonds andi
Stocks of all kinds and
Ith and Pleasure
6th with the # *
'T and W EST.
k, Through Sleeping-Cars
New 0Orleans, via A lanta.
Points via Atlanta and via
r via L7nchbarg, Danville
Richmond, Danville and
on all Through Trains.
r Rates to Charleston a.
er-State and West Indian
all Resorts now en sale at
ature, time table., ratea, tSe.,
.Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
J. C. BEAM,
DIstrict Pa:.. Agent,
N INI?IAN TER.
er reach: a
-YL - HREVEPORT
B. BAIRD, T. P. A., --ATLANTA, GA.
W, LaAMm G: P. & T. A. ST.LOilS. M .
tthe acre at less co,,t, mneans
1the Cotton f--rtilizvr imporo)%es flte
jil ; increas(_i-d-,age profits.
.;undI ttr ouir L,ou'.; (fret-) explainling hlow to
"'t these res ults.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
L93 Na-ssau St., New York.
i $ ea [IMITED
DouBLE DAILY $ERVICE
DU l My Route."
Shortest line between all principal cities
North, East, South and West.
Schedule in effect Dec. 1, 1901.'s
Central Time. Local At
Daily. Daily. lanta tc
NOrthbound 66 34 Clinton.
Lv Savannah,.........11930 pm 1 55 pm
Fairf ax ............ 1 09 am 3 40 pm
Denmark ......... 1 50 am 4 27 pm
Coluir bia......... 4 10am 705p
Camden ............ 5 07 am 80 m
Cheraw ............ 6 39 am
.Ir Hamlet ............ 7 05 am105pmN.2.
:.v Ca'houn ralls 100 am 42 m 1 5a
A bbe ville ....... 1 33 am 45 m !.7p
Greenwood ..... 166 am
Clinton ............ 2 45 am 60 w 21 n
Sharlisle ............ 3 33 amll pin
O'hester ....... .... 4 00 am72)p
or'athbt, Et. 4 7 5 pm
A r amlt .......... 8 00 01 pm
SHeule t Dec........ m 1 40 pm
NRithond 6.... 34 Mpmi'.'soa
W aangna . 130pm 15 pm n
BaM r 2......109am 30pm 2
Newm .... 1 6 am 4 1 pm 2
L 0eraw.m 9pm 2 5
Catn-et.... 8 35 am 72 53 pm
!r Hamlet.7......... 7 0 am 10 15 pm
v Hamleu......... . 702 am 1 pm
ir ax R' ......... 1 am 1p0 a m27prt
Rren ood.....1056pm 5 4p am- p
csoington ... 46 pm 6 05 an;.
Baneimere. 400a.1m2 pn7125 am
Philtadepa... 235am 7546pm
Namlet......... 7 6 0 am 1 pm
Ptsamlt . 7'k325apm 71ap
Easteurg. 26p Time. u
Baumor.' 23p11 27 c
LP hlerlw........ 75 11 am 1.S06pm
PCan u- e or. ... 35 pm 72 '3 am.
' olmbia......: 40 am I 05 arn.
D)enwt..rk.... 9 52 aw :21-'amr
Feirfax..... 0 am 2 47a
Ar Saya uah ...12 05pm 4 4arr
J'cksonvill ... 3 .0 pm 9 05am~
Tampa ......... 5(am 5 10po.
Eastern Time. Lw
Lv Catawba ....9 07 air 12 5- ami < lot n t<
'hE-3ter..... 9 45 am 1-2 :5 Amj Atlanta
Carlisle......10 1 mi :: i aee- No Si
I. lat.' 1 06i am . - ami 2 45 pn
- reenw'>od..I 2 prr 343 .in 3 >p'r
Albb ville .. 12 21 pni 4 10 am 4 '0 in'
CatIhouJ Fails..12 50 pr. 4 4 arr. 1 45 pti
Ar Athens ..... 221 prr. 6 is am 6.:9 prn
.At- anta .... . 4 5pm S '0- n. 'GEe
COiuroIbia, .New be rr.s a- d i aunre'n Railw y
tria.i so2 1teaving C lumbia, Ur.ion sta.
ion, at 1 20 am daily, con nects at 'tin tor
with S A. L Railway. No 5s. afo-dis
shorte,st and1 quickest r uite by sev':.l he:ur
to it ant.'. (hattanooga, Na-:hville St.L .u s
Cica o andl all points Wes.
Close c-> nectioe at P'eterstburg Rich;mon;d
Washington Portsmouth Norfolk, C iui bi
naatn1ah Jacksonville 'nd Atlratt witi
'Magmtflicenlt ' est ibule tr air s ctrry.nu
for ugCI Pullman sle.epie g cars bets' 5)n
prim-ei .4 posints
S A L Railw ay l*,000 Insije book s a re 1004
m. r -.. .s and L R.ailwaty; also to 'A shing
tOl. a. Aj
F or r-duce'd retes, PuIIlAlma reseCrvatio:
e < appuy to
W. P' Scruges T. P \
Sava,nn n,4 '
J. M. Barr. lst. V. P, & G. M.
R. E. L. Bunch. G. P. 4. P.rtsmae utb.V.
5ub EDULLE IN 1-FFECr .FTEa JUPE 2. '901.
D)aily -Except sustaluy.
Lv Glenn. apriags ......... ..... . si 'a
Roe-buck...................... ... 4; C' 1
A.rr-at an bur-........ ............
Lv .parta-A>u g ...... ..... ......... 4--; p r:,
Roebuck ................. ...... . l) 0
Ar Gier.n springcs .........--.. 4 5
...... i.; no e I- r' i 1<.Y't
TVhe May~ number of the WVoman'
Home Comnpaniion open's witb an ar
til 01u "Whre~ the Circus Stars
Frnm," by Engene Wood, "'Behind
'be Seeunes in a Depart menft S'ore'
ivs shoppers a glimpse into thec
workin'gs et the-e great en,terperis4 s.
There is a valuable ~article ot. Ee
\I Stone, "Little joulrn.' to t bJf
Woods and Fields" an~d "'TLe Mouthb
of May Day " are. appropriate outcdo'r
featuiires The r'.prodnct ion of fih
pcntiai gs by Charhs Sere. vy
ma?Ik s a strikiIg double feat ur e. A
flew .erial story Ly Cyros Towns- i1d
Brady, entitled "VWoveni wit h tl;b
iaip,"' makes t be mrtozine nosiahl
ji tietion Wil N. Hardtn; m. Ei
ot Filowfr contribute short stoCrie
Potdhsb-d by The Crowell Publishig
o, S1.ringlield, Ohio; onue dolhir a
er teli cenIs a cops ; samp!e cops
It. jli (r d lo ii ona se-a4board A'r l ..- I .1
L w excusrsion: rat'.s will 'e I v en t.
be Seaboa.rd Air Li ne Rail Iway to the
>hIoing points for the tocasions
A' tic Cityv. N J -A " erican F -
Bwling~ Gre-';, Ky -Womian':. B-> i
f isionis of the C 1'. 4 :barc , \a
(natan'- ga. Tern. - Go.or, d Na
on~4 ai :n isr:Lr ~i A ---.,:ia nu', a x. 28
M untai" L.ak'e Park. Md -- V a
N ," y '. N Y - -N ' ion I A x.e .
W'f olf 5Mr o-' .\la..uf ,4. 55re of Uii S
N." Ymk. N Y -Ge: er A-, m-t
e of . he Prie-hx t, rian ('hutr in
S A . \iav 14 27
(Call or nea:r4 2.t -e.7ent for i.feo m di n
LS to rat'm. da e- f sa a'd sched le
r ddress .1. .J. Puller. T'raiv-lin Pef a,
nger Ag-ent, (Colum':a. S C.
.IFE OF T DEWITT TALMAGE, i
sL S'r. LU v Franrk I)- witt 1TIr.a2e
i. (hi ' onlk '.nduor-sed hv Tla'
an.Ero mnous j)Pofi far a~-uns
no act quit kly 0 I'--n ri
rit imm.uidotrel (i- rk & Co . 222-..
i, i-~ l"ni~a. . l's.. Me tj.eu, ties I'.~;;er
in Etteet ,unIry, Febrnry " -, 19-2.
AM.~P a .MP
0 0 vAr.
F ipr)tonf 4
12 'z- ipk! i
,2 4MS 2 4-w
ir -ji.'1 Lv. 2 06
1o wn Lv Gleun sorings Ar I
11 4,a Spa tuiburw
12 H'Ip Grb( 3 0u
(HIa crnis 6prl t19)
W tttr!ro 206
I - r LureuzK:%in1r) Lv 1 38
Dil'y Fri 1)YFt
Ex Sun El Sur
8 gos .-r ),. kr 1 47 5
i ' P:&ris Ar 1 .'9 4
G 4. 22 *.Iton I7 430
6: 1 2 j) 1.vil. 1 9 35 1
726 j i;j .apf. 12 4 322
3 0 "'woerry 1239 31)?
825 311 Prosperity 1225 222
8 4 ..t i .... 12 6 202
855 :3 s Lt MouLtsir, 1212 156
915 361 ...Chapin... )1 59 139
924 357 Hilton 1150 129
9429 401 White Rock 1) 46 124
9 3 4 ( Ballentine 11 40 115
952 4 17 ...rmo..... 1130 100
-1002 423 ..Leaphart.. 1122 1248
1030 4 4'5 ArConwmbi&Lv 11 00 1230
4 15 LvColuii bia (A.C.L.)Ar, 11 00
5 25 Sainter 9 40
8 30 Ar Cbqrleston . Lv 7 00
For Rates9, Tltme Tables, or frther informs
tion call ou any Agent, or write t4o
W. G. CHILDS, T. M. EMERSON,
President. Traffic oaagr.
J. F. LIVINGSTON. H. M. EMERSON.
So". Agt. p-n'l1 Vrt. & pass 3 9t.
1W1nidahl. 0 0iiTV 4',r .i n V V'
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD
It. C. BEA"i UL, Receiver.
F,ff ecti v 1897.
netwedu Arittein - WalhAlla
No. 12. 6tat2ous No. I
Ar 1'00am .....Anderson. -...-.-.Lv 3 5P
Ar 1040 am.......Denver..LV 856 pm
Ar102TIam ........Atun.........v 405pm
Ar 10 22 am...... Pendleton..... Lv 4 .14 pm
Ar 10 13 am...b erry's Crossig. ._.Lv4 23 pm
ArIO 07 am...Adaws' Oroqsin ...Lv 4 29 pmu.
Ar949asin . .Seueo . ILv447p1
Ar 92b am......West UnloL ... . Lv5Dpm
Ar920am 5.Walals v ....... Lv57p
k. V LCLv C P. (X . 1
J. . AN1Z&)N, Superintendent
El".0 1ONRATES TO LIHARLESTON, GoB
C o1DNbla, Newberry allhl Laurenls RaHrioahl
Atantic Coast Line Railroad.
South Catrolina Inter-State and Wst Indan
Pres ale a t ToWing rate.:
J.F.eIINGSTO. H. . EMERSON.7
80+,I3 . Cg. 6.n' .0 3as 5 t
Iro,,Si. C. 6wAn4.6 3.10
Couba . C. BE % m, 4.30iver.
Cl8eBticets Aruerdaily.-d Mayh3ll. en
A 1 C 00 iak..........Ad erh.soa n.......L 3 35 pa
Arnal 40mi sm........D enver..............L t 56 pm.0>
A r 0 chedam..............Au tu........L a 4o 0 adp
dre10 2 Em......deo..........LGHA Ien pm
Ar 0 1 a....C ery' Crssng......Lv 23 p.
ArO Ja.... Ldam (SCOssn.'. Ag29pm.
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E nMR eson..........LE.... . si
c lataurens..rry. 14 panenRailoa
Expositton 3 pm 9 W
H ens er'.''. $. 0 $67 $4.n
r1 u etn 8. . . 715 p.40 4.
Newe rys. vil..... 09 i.0 .9
Gilenon t..rn S..... .0 .5
Aorrie bia.e . C. S. 23.30 -.
tuosrase,efialoomd . 30 da n addpm
. as-gicu-s.aso.d.Tu.-sda ) and Th rsday
ofuv ea uek i ay 9th...n. uos.pa.ag
For schedule.and.fu 15.aer infrtratind
T..t E hoN ... .. 1Wp EMERSON
M iti2OTt........N loii M' 65'ir
.agst n Ahvle Sho 7Li.
'ri 'Grenwoo......... .. ......-8p m.
A Inden... ...... .........
Laures... .............4.0 p man
1 Gr 'envilr. ......t -42 pwo' m o l
Gle~ ~ n S. .ri ndg... an5 p aiwy
saluda........g ........ Sothr 33 p m
- '.iHend.ersonvddress. 0
Ash vii ... ..... .. ..1 p
Spartanbur ......1t' 5augPm,4
Glenn~. Tprgs........ ........
A rrwee WaterlsHto).. 2o 3ol pbi
Gppreenood.......... 0na adNoh
Tnd AFe....... . . .'KN
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YP e. ass e. ......10si.
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xi...~. 4 p
.......... L Cil .. A 1 5 p
ock I I7 25a
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ar y ...... C 00 p i
IM Auo t.........1 0p t
1 . 1e ....... Iv~p
6 5.. am
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B.e on. AO .End C ., Ralw a. n
Habits Oured at m Sanati
lum, in 0 daya. Hundreds
of references. 25 rears a 'ialt7. Book
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