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WEEKLY FASHION HINTS.
JACKET OF BLACK TAFErTA.
A NoVel Barque..
This charming little jacket is of
black taffata tucked in clusters and
perforated in a small, neat design
showing the white satin lining. It
is fashioned with a novel basque or
skirt which appears only at the side
and back, and the large collar is of
embroidered batiste over a still lar
ger collar of embroidered taffeta.
The sleeves are very wide and flaring
at the wrist and have double turned
back cuffs of taffeta and batiste. A
belt of folded taffeta completes the
jacket which is a pretty model for
spring wear. All the tucks are
stitched with Corticelli Sewing Silk.
A novel feature for blouse jackets
as well as tor skirt jackets and dressy
garments in general as the jabot vest
effect. It has been stated that some
of the foremost Paris houses accentu
atre the drooping shoulder effect both
. in waists and in out door garments.
Quite a feature in jackets is the
long coat collar of taffeta which are
variously enhanced with large collars
and revers of lace or of ribbon-run
Charming fashions and military,
designed especially for the summer
season, are given prominent place in
The Designer for July, but not to
the exclusion of other features of
feminine interest, such as Fancy
Work, which in this issue embraces
"Sofa Cushions," "Toilet . Table
Chat," Etiquette Hints," suggestions
for the mother, the housekeeper and
the gardener. "Some Outdoor Deco
rations,'' by Mary Kilsyth, and "Sea
side Frolics, by Dr. Sarah A. French
Battey, with delightful and new
ideas to those who wish for closer
acquaintance with nature, while pa
triotism is paid due homage in
"July," by John De Morgan.
"' (enus in Patriotic Garb, by Sarab
W. Landes, and "Selections for the
Recitationist." "The Late La
mented," by Leigh Gordon Giltner;
"A Morning in midsummer," by
Ed.ward A. Morris; "Ralph's Success
ful Experiment," by A. J. Johnson,
and severa1 chapters of Mrs. F4len
Olney Kirk's charming love story
"The Apology of Ayliffe," supply the
fiction. The notes on current litera
ture are exceedingly interesting t.his
month. So, too, is "What Women
are Doing." The latter depar:ment,
by the way, beginning with the Sep.
tember number, will be edited by the
womeri readers of The Designer, with
monetary reward for those whc
among them show marked aptness
in this novel, entertaining and in
structive line of work. Worthy ol
especial note among the fashion fea
. tures are Outing Costumes of every
description for ladies, and "Sumrmer
Apparel for Little Lads."
Tris-noial Convention', Intern'aticnaf S. S.
Denver, Col-, June 26-July 2, 1902
* Southern Railway announces rates o1
One First Class Fare for the round trip
plus $2. from all poiAnts in this territory
to Denver. Tickets will be sold June 21,
22nd and 23rd, with final limit leaving
Denver July 31st with privilege of ex
tention to August 31st. Parties taking
* this trip have an excellent opportunity
of visiting the Grand Canyon, Pike's
Peak, Garden of Gods, Yellowstone
Park, Salt Lake City, and other points
in the West as reduced rates will be miade
for these side trips.
Dr. WV E. Pelham, of Newberry, State
Chairman, will be in charge of South
Carolina going via SouQeru Railway to
St. Louis at which point immediate con
nections will be made through to Den
For further information apply W E.
McGee, T. P. .A . Augusta Ga , R. L
Seay, P. & T. A., Columbia, S. C , or
R. W Hunt. D P. A,. Charleston, S C.
AFTER FORTY-.ONE YEARS.
Reunion of Consins Whom the Civil Wir
Knoxville, Tenn., May 29.-John
C. Anderson, of Louisville, arrived
in Knoxville this morning, and this
afternoon shoui hands and was re
united with his cousin, R. M. Ela,
of Kern street, this city, under the
giant sycamore tree near Jacksboro
street, where they angrily parted one
night in 1861.
Prior to the civil war, Anderson
and Ela were fast friends, but as the
war excitement grew Anderson took
sides with the South and Ela witb
the North. One night on their way
home, they began argning the issues
of the impending struggle between
the States. They stopped under a
giant sycamore tree, yet standing,
and there they had a bitter qunrrel,
which ended by their parting, Ander
son declaring he would not spare
Ela should he meet him in battle,
and Ela declaring he would shoot
Anderson as he would any other
rebel. That night they left to join
their respective arm4-s
Both were wounded during the
war, Anderson being shot through
and through. Ela was aboard the
ill fated SultaUa whbn her builers
exploded, killing hundreds of men.
He escaped, although a younger
brother of Anderson was killed by
his side. The breach never healed
and the cousins never saw each othei
during the forty one years. Each
one has thought of the quarrel
many times during the past few
years, but neither would make over
Their meeting today was a
surprise to both, but had been ar
ranged by Officer Dobson, who knew
their story. At dinner Anderson was
introduced to a gray haired man. It
was Ela, and their recognition was
motual. They were overjoyed and
went like children. All the after
noon th-y have bean recounting sto
ries of the war, and are again the
friends they- were biefo're the war.
THE AMENDED ROAD LAW.
rhose Liable for Duty Now Are From the
Ages of Eighteen to Fift,y.
(Spartanburg Herald, 11th )
The road law, as amended by th4
recent leg'slature, is amended in re
gard to the age specification, ani
henceforth those liable to roadi duty
come within the range of from eigh
teen to fifty years instead of fron
twenty-one to fifty years, as hereto
This amendment to the law waw
opposed, it is understood, by ever2
member of the Spartanburg count2
delegation in the general assembly
The members of the House of Rep
resentatives from the lower potion o
the Stat evoted solidly for this amend
ment on acconutt of the tact thati
would render it post-ible to place s<
many idle, loitering negro you.ths a
work in improving the roads of the
state. The law is uniform through
out the state, in order to make i
La e Lit.-sary Ne'ws.
Not to be familiar with those lead
inig figures in ibe world of finlanc<
and production who are denominate<
'Captains of Industry'is not to be abli
to read the daily news understand
ingly. Tne Cosmopolitan has un
dertaken to have prepared by th<
men most competent to write them
sketches of some sixty of these fore
most men in the industrial world
No more entertaining reading hai
ever appeared in that magazine
The undertaking is exciting wide in
terest in every part of the country.
I bequeath to my children S
attendant horrors, humiliation and
strange legacy to leave to posterity
place upon the shoulders of the yc
This treacherous disease dwar-fs
the growth and development of ti
child born of blood poison, or scrofu
is poorly equipped for life's duties.
Scrofula is a disease with nm
symptoms ; enlarged glands or tu
and armpits, catarrh of the head, we
skin eruptions upon different parts<
presence of tubercular or scrofulous
and stealthy disease entrenches itse
the bones and tissues, destroys the r
white swelling, a pallid, waxy appea
a gradual wasting away of the body
S. S. S. combines both purifyin
lost properties to the blood and quicd
color to the skin and vigor to the we
Write us about your case and ou
help you in every possible way to re
skin diseases free. THZ SWIl
Want of Thought.
",I did not think." Well, wh:
did you not think? What is you
mind for but to think? When yo1
agree to be at a n.eeting at a timi
'and place appointed, you ought t
think about it and be as good a
your word. Your failure to think
often inflicts great injustice upo,
A boy goes down stairs thre
steps at a stride, slams the door ani
yells like an Indian to his compan
ions across the street, and frighten
his sick mother into a nervous chi!
that almost ends her life! Ani
when brought to account for hi
cruel conduct his ready excuse is
66>, I never thought." But hi
want of thought nearly killed his del
icate mother. Boys ought to thin
of what they are doing and saying
and of the probable consequenceE
Thoughtfulness or thoughtlessnes
makes all the differe'nce betwee
the agreeable and reliable boy, an
the boy that is rude, offensive an
A mother, tired and worried wit
many duties, cares and interrur
tions, gives way to irritability; an
when her little daughter comes i
from school,full of life,affection an
hope, and ignorant of the sore stat
of ' -r heart, asks for a cookie or a
apple, she replies, in a fretful, ar
gry tone, "0, get away; you'r
just more trouble than you'r
worth." And the little girl goe
away cut to the heart., weeping an
wondering why it is that her mothe
is so cross and thinks her little gii
is such a burden. And if you as
that poor woman why she thruf
her child away in such an unmott
erly way, and with such stingin
words, she will excuse herself with
"0, I was tired, and didn't think.
A husband comes in from th
office or store in the evening, pei
forms his ablutions, takes his pap
and sits down in his easy chair t
read the news. In a few minut<
supper is announced, and whili
they are at the evening meal ti
wife asks him if he will go wit
her this evening to call on or
of the neighboring families. E
promptly gives his promise, and
eight o'clock they are to start. Ti
supper over, the wife attendsi
some domestic duties and then go'
to her room to dress for the pr
posed visit. And the husband go
back to his easy chair and pape
When the news has been satisfa
torily scanned, the paper is droppe
and he meditates awhile, then whi
tles, lights his cigar, takes his ha
and goes out to take a stroll; at
before his walk ends he fallsi
with a friend or two, and the
walk about the streets and tall
and the time passes briskly ar
pleasantly, and by nine or later I
Lreturns leisurely tb his home ar
wonders where his wife is; and I
goes up to her room to see, and fin<
her putting away her wraps, h<
face sad and traces of tears on h
cheeks. He exclaims in astonisl
ment : "Why, wife, what's ti
matter?" To which the wife r
plies : "You promised to go callin
with me at eight, and I dressed ar
waited for nearly an hour, and the
I knew you had found somethir
more attractive than your wife
company ; so I swallowed my di
appointment, as I have often dor
before, and came up here to pi
Saway my things." And the hu
band - sorry, no doubt, after
worldly sort-puts forward ti
plea of thoughtlessness: "0, wifi
I declare I never theought aboi
And so the old, flimsy excui
does duty over and over again,i
rofula with all its
suffering. This isa a
;a heavy burden to
he body and hindersJ
e faculties, and the '~)~
merous and varied
ors about the neck
k eves and dreadful .P- ./
f the body sho'v the
matter in the blood. This dangerous
f securely in the system and attacks
d corpuscles of the blood, resulting in
ance of the skin, loss of strength and
and tonic properties, and is guaran
egetable, making it the ideal remedy in
affections. It purifies the deteriorated
it rich and strong and a complete and
tre 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 wvill cheerfully advise and
-ain your health. Book on blood and
T SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
the family and in society, amonj
young and old, male and female, a
the scapegoat for bearing a%% ay in
numerable sins, great and small, o
r! omission and commission, of worn
2 and deed. When you speak, thin)
of where and what you are speak
3 ing. When you are acting, thin]
of where and what you are doing
And when not speaking or acting
think whether your silence and in
action may not be defrauding some
one of your company or help -Sel
e Cheap Excursion Rates via Seaboard A
Low excursion rates will be given b
the Seaboard Air Line Railway to th
s following points on the dates named:
1 Chattanooga, Tenn., July 1-4.
j Nashville, Tenn , June 17, July 28.
San Francisco, Cal., Juiie 10-14, Ai
gust 11 aud 12.
' Tickets will also be sold on the ce.
s tificate plan for occasions named:
Atlanta, Ga., I. 0. G. and D. of S.
k Boton. Mass, Howard SummE
Boston, Mass., American Literar
s Boston, Mass., American Foundrj
a men's Association.
j Brunswick, Ga, Missionary Baptii
Convention of Ga.
Chicago, Ill., American Water Worl
b Cleveland, Ohio, American In,titul
- of Homeopathy.
d Cleveland, Ohio, Knights of Hon<
Galveston, Tex, Negro Congress
the Soutbern States and Territories
e the United Stat,3s.
a Ithica, N. Y , Cornell Universit,
e Louisville, Ky , National Associatic
of Credit Men.
e Marietta, G-i., Marietta Chautauqui
s Milwaukee, Wis., Annual Meetic
d National Council Junior O.der Unite
r American Mechanics.
Milwaukee, Wis., Annual Meetir
National Electrc Medical Associatio
Mountain Lake Park, Md., Y M. C A
t S-cretaries of North American Biei
- inal Conferenee
g Philadelphia, Pa , Ind ependen' C
der Sons of Benjamin.
Portland, Me., National Young Pe
ple's Christian Union.
e Rochester, N. Y , Kn ight s of St. Jol
- Supreme Commandery.
r Saratoga, N. Y., American .Acaden
of Medicine and American Medical A
Reduced Rates via the C., L N * B. B.
On account of commencement exE
ecises Wofford College, the C. N. &
h R. R will sell tickets to Spartanbu:
e and return June 6, 7, 8 and 9 final lin
[e June 13, at the rate of $3004 for t
it round trip from Newberry,
SBeginning June the 7th the followii
week end rates will apply from Ne'
:o berry to points named. To Charli
a ton, tickets sold Saturdays and Su
- days limited to return not later the
s Tuesday morning following date
sale $4 50. To Waterloo, Spartan bu
r. and Cross Hill, tickets sold Saturdla
3 and Sundays limited to Monday follo
d lag date of saie $2 00 to Glean Sprin
$2 50. E. Cavenaugh, Agent.
*The kisses of a thousand roses '
Stoles from them while they sleep."
and beautiful women are gathered together year
ec and natire collects their delicate tragrance a
reduces i t to tha t
is essence of perfect per
fume, "a%tter of roses"
gr and "perfect children."
An essential o il f or
r the reduction of
women's fragrance Is ,
dIt is a liniment for external
ase on the breast and over the
-egion of the generative organs.
nI With its careful use throughout
the period of reducti .n, wo
g man's igure will remain per
fect. The seemingly crushed
'5 and dainty bud of maternity
will mature into the blooming
r o se again. T he extracted
essence will be a perfect child
besdwith the vigor, health,
leclradperfume of the mother
rose. Its little rose face beside
it her, almost an exact redu,ction and counterpi
of her own, will tell of the blooming curves that a
- still her o wn.
One bottle $1 of all ,ruggits.
a A traieon iotherhood mailed free.
re VIlE BRADRIELD REGULATOR CO.,. - Atlanta, E
in Effect Sunday, February 2 d, 1932.
i(Eastern Standard Tune.
.x. A,M. P.M. P.
7 45a Lv Atlanta (s.A.L.) Ar. 8 10
[0 11a A thene 5 28
I1 16a Elberton 4 18
123p Abbeville 3 15
t24p Greenwood 2 48
I 35n Ar Clnton L, 2 V0
0 0 Lv $lenn Springs Ar 4 00
t i4G Saaburg 8 10
12 "Ip Greenville 3 0C
[2 52p Waterloo~ 2 06
iW .r Laurene(1in'r) iv 1 3$
22 53 f2 8-5
Daily Fr1 Dly 1H
Ex Sun. Er
jA.'< P. d PM I.'
S6 00 200 1v Laurens Ar- 147 500
162. 2 08" Parks A.r 1 39 4 50
6 40 2 22 .Clinton.. 1 27 4 30
6 ?8 2 31 GolIyille i L; 1 51
7 08 2 4 .gi'rd.. j n5 3 41'
7 17 2 49 Gary ... 12 59 3 81
7 26 2 51 .Jalapa.. L2 H 3 '.2
8 00 3 10 N ewherry (2 39 8 00
x 25 3 2 Prospert 12 2 2 22
8 4 3 34 ..lgh . [2'6 2 02
8 55 3 39 m Mountax: l2 -J 1 56
9 35' ..Chapin '154 l99
924 357 Hilton? i350 [29
9 a4 4 01 Wthite Ro--' -.46 1 24
9 ', 4 7 allentir C lP 1
4 5 Lv'olu - bla (A C L.)Ar 11 00
5 25 Sumat'r 9 4.
8 30 .tr Chairleston Lv 7 Ii'
For Rates, Time Tables, or fur:her informi
ion cal! 'en a .y Agent, or write to
W 14 CHILDS, T. MI. E:MERSON.
f. 5'. L.IVINGR~TON H. M. EMERSON.
o . Agt. '- n'1Frt.&Ss gt
(1oInrnhl~ ~ C Wilmington, N. 0
.itaican Mustang Lin
a glass half full of water and
il quickly cure a Sor Throat
all Open Sores, yft
and inflammation wIM
.d flesh healed.
should saturate a piece
and bind it upon the
- a bottle.
ryand at the very first sign of
Ly egs, Bumblefoot or othW
n Mustang Liniment.
7 and W EST.
a, Th.e~Eh Sleeping.OarS
rew Ouleas, via Atlata.
ente via Atlanta ad via
w via Lwnchbuwg, Daavalle
Richemoad, Daaville ad
on all Threegh Teasms.
Rates to Chaelestem ao.
u.State and West ladia
11l Resorte new en sale at
tere, tme saale., r.fes, e.,
W. N. TAYLOE,
Asea. Oem. Paae. Agea,
5. C. BEAM,
er reach: a 'I Li
-mLE . REVEPOAT
B. BAIRD, T. P. A., --ATLANTA, G&
W. LaBEAUME,6. P. & T. A., ST. LOUIS, N0.
T HOUSANDS SAVED BY
D. K([NG'S E IlSCOYEHY
This wonderful medicine posi
tively cur'es Consumption, Coughs
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneu
monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, La
Grippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup and Whooping Cought.
Every bottle guaranteed. No
Cure. No Pay. Price 50c. & $1f.
.CHE ULE IN EFFECTr AF'TER JUFE 2, 1901.
Glenn Spriags.................... 9 00 axis
Roebuck............................ 945a m
8 a tan burg......................... '00 a m
Roebuck... ................-----405 p
Glenn SpringIg........... 44
11 5 Biapson. ?r.aldn*
IF Y U
fWith&thiscgarg1edyou. ,Wroat ui
fa,ct always fresh in *
For Cuts, Mashes and
need only to apply
a few times and the soreness
be conquered and the woundo
To get the best results you ;
of soft cloth with the linimeni
wound as you would a puv
25c., 50e. an
KEEP AN EYE ON OUPSa
- diseases among your fowls use Mexic
l ITHE GREAT
''| OFTRADE A.
Uniting the' Pwine
r-| Centere ad HEeali
[L. 3 eseetse of the Lew
| NORTH, EAS
K igh-Cams Vestibale Traiu
-betweea New Yewk and 3
Cinhoiunati ad Flemida I
tuNew YeeX ad Flerida, eithe
of and avaaa. eu via]
YB e.ie Diaiag-Cas' Servie
Em.elleat a.vvtoe ad Less
s ee==st asuth Carolina nt<
IWinter Teauriet Tisbots te a
Fer doesied IAfenNSStLen, hEard
&3 . UADWICK.
.eerna Paw.enger AgenS,
W..&aagees, D. L.
a. W. UNT.
Sbu. Peseagr Agene,
immAmY S. eSU.
'' LAHO Al'
Are b st reac by the Co ton elt,
runs two trains day fro. M mph1
witho t change. hese t ai s e
direchor make close nnec o
for al parts of Texas, 0 aho -.
- and I ,dian Territory.
..... . I TAMFORO
IAss ANGE LO
If you want to fin d a od horne ''US
in Texas, where bi crops are
S ri dor a copy ofou handsonme
booklets, "Homes in t e South
- west" and "Thirough Te xas witb
li,. a Camera." Sent free to any
-body who is anxious to bette r his N
Anyone sending a sketh an d description may
tons stictly cnt dential te [ad boo on Ptents
sen free Olest agency for nucurn patrenetse
special notice, w ithout charge, in the
year: four months, $1 Sold by all news.dealers.
-MNNN & o31roda,u
Branch Omee. 625 F St., washington, D.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
l8itl City Route."
hoitest line between all principal cities
North, East. South and West.
Rchednie in effect Dec. 1, 1901.
(-,ntral Time. Local At
Daily. Daily. lanta to
4orth-,ound :. 34 Clinton
F -rfnx ........... 1 09 qm 3 40 pv
en nja- k ...... . I 0 an 4 27 pf(
Epstern Tin e.
Ci,ju -)JL .... . 4 '0 all ?705 p1r.
Cav ilen............ 5 '7 am 8 00 pm
Chers .... ..... 6 39 am 9 40 pm .
kr H ir. let ....... 0 an 11) ',5 pm n . 52..
>v CK houn wa!is 1 00 am 421 pTu 1225 sm
t bbovilie ........ 131. am 4 54 pm 12 57 pm
(.ev n1w.. .l 166 am 5 19 pm 122 pw
Clinton.. .....4 an 6 01 pm 2 15 t-1
Carl.rle............ -< '3 aln 6 53 pm .
Cheser.. . .4Ut art 7 21 piu
-tawb. Jct.... 4 1* am 7 Al pw
tr Hmwlet. .. ...... 7 0) aYT, 11) pm
H m t ... ... .. 7 25 a 10(4) Iu
r I . tigh..........--'u 16 auti 130 au
P# tersburg..... 2 26 pm 554A m
Richn ond...... 3 (5 pa, 6 . am
Washinlgt0n ... 631 pl, 10 10 kU
Baltin - r,4 ........11 25 pm' 11 % am
11hilsdei phia.... 2 56 ai 1 26 pm
New York......... 6 30 am 415 pm
n'* auth- vorf"k 5 25 Dwm 7 15 am
outhbound. Daily Daily.
x Cheraw...... . 7 Il am II 06 pi
C*.n:den ........ 8 Si am 12 SS am
(.olumbia......... 3 40 am 105 am
Denir ark......... 9 52 am 2 17 am
Fairfax .. ......'0 30 an 2 i7 atr
Ar Sava nab . - ' pm 4 4( arr.
J-cksonv1l ... 3 :0 pitl 9 05am
Tampa ... ....... 5 .0 am 5 40pm
Erstern Time. , Local
Lv u ba........ . 9 07 vor 12 5' am Clnt'n to
14-- ter ..... ...... 9 45 am 12 '.5 am Atlanta
Carlisle ........ .. TO I'. P n. 0') am No. 5
C.i!t-on ........ I0 am 2 57 am 2 45 pm
Greenwxod......I' 2 pm 343am 38&5pmn
Abb ville ..... 21 pt 4 10 am 407 pm
ca!houu Falls..1250 pn 4 38 am 4 45 pm
Ar Athous. ... 221 pr 6 13 am 6 19 pm
St. anta ........... 4 56pm 81"0 - m 850 pm
-7oiumbia, Newb- rr and Laurens Railw-y,
tr.ID No 52 leaving Columbia. Union sta
ion, at -120 am naily, connects at ninton
with S A L Railway. No 53, affording
hortest aiie quickest r ute by several hours
to At ant- ' battattooga, Nashville St. Louis,
Chicato and all point- West
Close co nvctio( it P4-tersburg. Richmond,
Washiugton Porttmouth Norfolk, Columbia
Qavannah, Jacksonville %nd Atlanta. with
;'Magnifilcent -estibule trains carrying
throughPullman sleApitg cars betweAn al
8 A L Railway T,000 mile books are good
over 0.. S and L Railway; also to Washing
ton, 1). C.
For redi.csd r-tes, Pullman reservations,
e , apply to J J. PULLER, T. P. A.,
Columbia, S. U.
V B. WALWORTH, k. G. P. A.,
ATLANTIC COAST LINE I
Between Cbarleston and Columbia
Upper South Carolina and North
TiFAFFIC I 'EPARTMENIT,
WT LMENG'TON N C., March 26th, la 2
.4ulNG( WEST: In Effect JAN. 15 a4oING EAsT
No No. 190.z No. No.
PM. *A.M. *P.M. tA.M.
525 6.00 Lv.. Cha.rleston,8. C ..Ar 9.l) J.S
735 .51Lv ..... Lanes.....Ar 7 35 9.45
915 9.1 Lv.....umter....Ar 6.8S 820
140 4 . 5 . r...Colum bla...Lv 4.40 6.66
.... 29t... Prosjwrity...Lv 3.0 ...
....19.4L3 .. ..Newberry....Lv 3.06...
.... .. -1..... Clinton ... Lv *.22 .
.... .47 Ar....Laurens.....Lv 2. . ...
.....3.25 Ar.... Greenvilli...Lv I.2...
. .. . Ar ... partanburg ... Lv 125 ....
..... -3 . Lv..Sumte-r, S. C ...Ar 5.41 ....
... .fl.1iA r...Candem.... A r 4 15 .....
P M. A.M. ...
.... 23' Ar... Larcaster... Ar l1.t .....
.....L40 A r..o4ck HIl.... Ar 10. ...
.... 4.18 A r.... ork vi le. ...Ar *'.15 .
..5 25A r..Blacksburg..Ar 8.15 -
.... 6 00Ar Sb Iby, a C.. ...Ar 7.65..
..7.i5 4 r.. ut herfor dtonl... Ar 6 06 ....
.... 8.0 Ar.. arion 8 C.. Lv 6 0
P M A,M.
.... 7. -3 Ar Winnsboro, 8.-C. Lv 10.1$ .. ..
.... 920 s r..,C arotte N O .. Lv M.10 .. ...
..... . .1 .Hendersonville, N. C'... 9.P ....
.... 7.'.5 Ar.... - h pil1p...Tv 4 .00 ....
tTuesdays, Thursdaya and S4turdiys
Not, 52 ant!a o : 'IL.ms' oelwsen Unaris
o and Greenvi'e. C.
Ns58 and t9 carry Through Coach be
tween Chariesten and Columbia.
H M EMER*ON, Gen ase t
1. k KEiY T .fl ~lN,g
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line
$chAndale~ to Effset 1 e. 29, 1901.
eave Augusta......... 0t aUm 255p m
.,rive Greenzwood. l ... 1 3. p m ......
A nderson .................... 7 10p w
Laurens.......... 1 40 p m 10 30a m
Waterloo H1 8.)... 1 12 p in .........
Greenille.... 2 2p m 9 30 am
GlernnSpiing..... 445 pm ......
Spaet.anbulrg..... 3 30 p m 9 's
Saluda............ 53pm ........
H ender" -nvile.... 6 03 p m .......
t.baevPle....... 7 15 p n .
eave A ste viile......... 7 Op m ......
S .a tnburg ....12 5 am 3 0p m
Gier nSpr- gs............... ......
Grevle .. ...12a2 p m i 4 p m
Laurens. ........2 0 p m 6 30 p
A rri e Waterlioo H '-.)... 2 3i p n- .......
Green wood . ... 3 0-.pi 7 45pm
Leave Alder-on ......... .... . 7256amn
A ugus ......... 5 irn 1 3a m
Aa.ve Augusta..................... ai15pa
A ilendale. ......... .... 6 0pm
Frair fax.... ..... ....... ....6832pm
Yea assee ... ...... 0 2 ' 7 35pm
Beaufort.........Iar. 8 3 pm
Port Royal ...... 10 30am 8 45pu:
A r Savannah.......... ................ ......
Savannah...................... .. . ......
Port Royal......... 100 pm 6 40 a m
B3eauxort......... 1140 pm 6 50am
i emiassee........11 5pn 740 am
Fairfax...................... 8 48 am
Allendale..................- 8 58 am
arrive Augusta........................ l 4 am
Close connection at Greenwood for 4.l1
pointis on S. A. ~L. and C. and Q. Railway. and
at partanbnrg with Southern Railway.
1"or any information relative to tickeL.s
ates. schedules, address
W .T C'RATIG, Gen P'aa.Art..
M NORr-H -ol. Art
y y e. sW> 'errf.- Manasier
BLUE OM4 RA~LlR040
K '0. .QAhTk. Receiver
in I'4e tJunt1* 196,2.
7. 9. No I I tations. NJo. TI N'- '
M A M P. M. A. M
j Ii 95 ..........H e on.......... :420 t. u
' 8 943 ..... 's -rs n F. D ... . 340 .
-2 q ...A r der'on P. D...... 14 i Ill5
...9 ......West Aied 'son..... 3 9
9 02.......... 4 utn .......... 05
. .......P e .d lton .......
. 84 .......he-rry......... 4
. --t4 ... A.ia-- s. ........ 2
8 28 Jo d a n i Ju *t .4..438 ...
. a............ - e ca.........4 5 - .
~~~~~. ............ ....Uninn........5 '........
. 80 ...... W al1sl a ........ 509.4 ...
800r . Wa r-is rarliolla. ~Wa.ha0la
ll precedr-el vr train a o ir etioam lass
ov in ete opsie tritnnes oth- cas
w ie] I hefe opot.yri orero une .0h
Wiase scope by thel. fordwegr 'tnst
Will and stpet the fpassengsatPinney's,
ake on and let off passengers: Phinney's,
lames j~ 16. A~?DZ1U5(J~, 8uperintend~nt