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AMCMAN CHAPEL LETTER.
All the News Around Bachman Chapel and
Union Academy Intetestingly
Told By T. J. W.
I have been on the hustle for the
past few weeks andhave had very little
time to read and no time to write. But
Iam not making any excuses, for the
public have long since learned my short
comings and weaknesses.
Hurrah for our Herald and New! It
-ade a beautiful display of the Metho
dt Conference. Don't you see how
esy iftor our force to. -run a"daily.
Stirg ugood people, and let's show the
w'arktbt New,erry is not behind. All
yothave got to do -is to show your de
sire for a daily by pulling out your dol
lars. It takes money, brains, and
-hustling to run a daily newspaper.
We speak from an unbiased heart
whin we say that we are proud to see
. su a good report from our Methodist
&xethern. But we don't feel at all dis
sod ,S= amiaged, and can say from the bottom
oLegg.heart, thank God we are a Luth
eri, and our salvation will hang upon
these hinges until we die.
Btery man or woman who lives on
e' t- g certainly has a purpose in life.
Vo you ever ask yourself the question,
Srhat is my purpose-in life, what am I
livinfor, what is the cheif object of
Se? Answering this from a human.
a w many would say, we are
S 1Agto aceumulate wealth. How must
' Y wilook upon a man who-enly lives for
dWl8 ig and 'ents? Society counts him
nan, a perfect success, and it
not how he_looks, how he acts,
e is clad; a vast majority of
do -him honor. But how does
Ge& Qobk uen him? God countsahim a
eraI-faiure. Truly, truly, does the
;:- of God say, "What does it profit
af an to gain the whole world and lose
:'~ul." "A good name is rather to
I&osen than riches."
i company not long since with
whose father was a good
an, really one among our
"naciefs and one who had accum
wealth. That boy's father
tl&nointention of reflect
' 'te inoral principal of the
~ ~e!helsid tthe son "I hope
will make as .good-a man as
lnthe and if anything, better."
1~cpreplied, "Why, fathier was a
SThis answer was full sof
nig and you could read through
sxpion ofhist countenane.
du~ald I bea better man than
ybenhenwiist -But,
iear is ind:there is sometihing
- Cdi(for than dollars and cents;
a can be a financial success, and
4be an entire failure morally. It
-nok how: good your father
b re been, always strive to be
- gavlourboys and I pray
thstNiq mayall make better men
-. E ,~es, boyse make:this th
pieof your jife: Make better
P~Ryes fathers.: From a moral,
eontent with what your
~A~~2hv~ dsei .Strive to do some
noble. If youwfathers have
disa grander work than
tion of all the silver and
.~-2&eworld'psee. If your
~ '.ia le this, you can say with
A~~~Sd ead and outstretched -armn,
4 har was a success."
~ -~t e,as fathers, must: remember
~~ boys in patterning after us are
rqg a' part, at least, of the seed
nah we'are sowing. Thank God, I
'CeadSiWall around and see so mnany
'~ -~ iidJ~ s, wrho azre soipuch better than
~ KZ~ uetof some boys I know ought
- ? tebe ahtinging rebuke to their fathers.
Es, make noble men. God knows,
thaistn entreaty that comes straight
~ rom my inmost heart. During your
plismas a ses avoid those sins
wMct are cnstantly luring the young
-en of this cntry :and this.genera
Mrs. H. R.-Eppa is spending a few
days with her son, Mr. Thos. Epps, and
f ifNewberry.
Webave our friend, Dr. 0.'B. Mayer,
i booked for a big hunt to take place
'2 soon. The rabbits and birds have
already begun to -tremble. We have
engaged -the fine. greyhound of Mr.
Foster artin, whieh Dr. Mayer is to
bring to him.
Mr. J.3J. Gallman last week butchered
three of the finest home sraised hogs
h at we have seen .for many year.
If something dosen't soon turn up,
we are going to tell on an oldhumbug.
No, Sigma, you can't bamboozle the
minds of 'the public and make them~
tbink that I was trying to belittle you.
'.We know that you are fully thirty-six
inches to the yard. But time is thel
only yard-stick we need to measure youj
by. Just a little while longer, and the'
cat'will do its own jumping.
Died at her home near Colony Church
the 3d inst,, Mrs. Katie Griffin, wife of
G. M.Griffin, in the 80th year of her
age. Her remains were interred at
Colony graveyard the following day.
Mrs. Griffin lived a quiet and peaceable
life and God blessed her to live beyond
the allotted time of man. She leaves
no children; only a' husband, relatives
and friends to mourn her departure.
-- The funeral services were conducted by
Rev. J. J. Long.
Who is to be the next Code Commnis
sioner will soon be decided by the gen
eral assembly. We learn that there
are four candidates for the position, and4,
~* 4l...,~.... ~ boa ,vn~ tb~ TTr,n
F. H. Dominick. Mr. Dominick is one
of the most promising yoang :lawyers
the Newberry Bar. He served in
general assembly as one -of our repre
sentatives for the past two years, and
made a fine impression on that body.
Mr. Dominick has some noble traits of
character, and the one most to be ad
mired by everybody is his firmness. He
is honest and has the courage of his
convictions, and is true to what he con
ceives to be right. If the legistature
is looking for a high-toned gentleman,
who will prove himself highly accep
table in this position, there is no need
of looking further then Mr. Dominick.
Miss Olive Feagle, who is teaching at
Old Town, spent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents.
Julian, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Rikard, is quite sick with pneu
monia.
There will be preaching at St. Phil
lip's Church on Christmas Day at 11
a. m.
There has been quite a change in the
temperature. Last Saturday it was as
warm and pleasant as a summer's day.
But on Sunday the wind changed from
the southwest to the north-east, and it
almost made us feel like a chill had
struck us. But the works of Nature
are as right as they can be. The spell
of cold has come to give the people a
chance to butcher their- Christmas
hogs.
Notwithstanding the chilling wind,
we went over and worshipped with the
good people of St. Phillips on Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Derrick is full of good ser
mons. The subject he used on this oc
easion was one which especially church
people should ponder: "No man can
serve two masters." No,=dear friends,
there is no such thing as wearing two
sets, of harness at the same time, one
for God and one for the devil.- You
must pull off one or the other.
After preaching, we went over and
spent the evening with'our friends, Mr.
M. L. Wicker and Dr. W. T. Dickert,
who live almost in the same yard. We
certainly enjoyed the hospitality of
these kind people.- If you don't believe
Mr. Wicker is fullf entitled to the honor
Pea Dea, all you have to do is to go to
his house and let your eyes be the
judge. The quantity of peas, corn, and
all other field crops he has on hand
shows that he is not only a farmer by
name. Mr. Wicker is a model farmer
and we need more such scattered all
over our country.
'f~he newly elected council of Phillips
was installed on last Sunday., They are
as follows: Elders-W. G. Metts, Jno.
F. Banks, D. A. Ruff, Adam Kibler,
M. L. Dickert and F. L. Lominiek.
Deacons-Dr. W. T. Dickert, Arthur
Loainick, J. D. Nance, Baxter Kinard,
5.C. Sligh, T. W. Folk.
Prof. D. .A. Quattelbaum,of Dehmar,
Saluda county, came overliarSaturday
and spent the .night with his parents,
returning on Sunday.
The wedding bells are beginning to
ring in every direction. We are going
to extend-our-qonratrlatious ina bun
dle, and will say to allthose whoare
going into the partner business, we
hone that you' will live and die in
peace. T. J.W.
GOLOKIZING SOUTHWEST.
IRAIIJtOAD (ONMAIES INDUaNGIEI
GItA1XI3 TAltKAlMAS AEiD TEXAS.
aCap L.ands Wheron Gattle Raising,
Pruit, and Truck Growing are
- ghly Profuible.
Au unusual effort is being made
by the railroad companies with rinies
running into 4hs Southwest to induce
a greater immigration to that section
than ever before. The opportunities
offered the farmer, stock raiser and
truek and fruit grower in portions of
Arkansas and Texas are perhaps not
surpassed anywhere in the wide
world.
Alofig the Cotton Belt Route in
S..uthwest -Arkanss are large tracts
o,f laid from wbicb the 'timber has
been euk by saw mill companies which
may be cleared and made into excel
teat farms. This land can be pur
cbased for $2 to $5 per acre. It
makes good pasture land for eattle
and sheep, and much ut it will pro
daeasa verage crop- of cotton, or
will grow immense crops of vegt t1a
biles of all descriptions.
So prolific are the yields of pota
toes, onions, cabbage, melons, toma
toss, pears, peaches and, in fact,
nearly every kind of vegetable and
fruit,- that. truck growers' associa
tions ar'e forming at many points.
The Cotton Belt is actively assisting
these associatins by granting special
rates and otherwise aiding in secur
ing a fact of much importance that
wherever truck growing has been
entered into the priees of lands have
immediately begun to advance.
In order to encourage this and
kindred industries along their lines
Southwestern railroads have put
ik.o effect very low round trip Home
seekers' rates of one way fare plus
2, aid one way Colonist rates of
alf the one way fare plus $2, from
such points as St. Lonis, Cairo and
Memphis to Arkarnsas, Louisiana and
Texas, oti thbe first ai I thbird Tues- C
days of each mon1tb, ernabling home S
Eee.kers to visit the ecuntry for the
prpose of looking around or to lo ,
eate.c
Tbe Cotton Belt Route, through
its general PassengFr Department at
St. Loqis, hans taken a leading pert 0
is callinIg attention to thbe possibilitiesd
;f thbis splendid count ry and voluna
teers to assist any one in securing
therein a home such as he desires.
ON A WHEEL h.yaa
an accident bappena is a bottle of
Ulce
Runnihr
need not become
body. If they do
ME)
MUSTANG
will thoroughly, c
nently cure these
is no guess work e
iment is used a ci
YOU DON'T KNOW uot
Mustang Liniment. As a flesh
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centow and U.
NOR TH, E.A
New Teem s
New TeeN aned V1.usa, ese
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m.U.mnen *eew,4e ad EL
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THE PURES
Godon's Canadi
NoGodssent C0. a Wne Proof SpiriI
el goods euoiyave1for Residue on
e or agents. We guaran- Non-volatil
eabsolute satisfactin. Salts of Lez
RK,m NE:- Thir a- Respe
oros Cndan Mal and new aao
he Glendale .Spr
* ATLANJTA,
*-THE
Eail BM ~ Of NOWbaiu S C
(ESTABLISHED IN I871. )
al--- - ---- $150,000.00
urlus and Profits - 96,865.88
eeral banking business ransacted
hpromptness. Special attention to
'tlons. Correspondence solicited.
Savings Department.
esits allowed interest at the ra'e
er cent per annum from date of
psib. Interest payable JaErsury 1st
ilJly 1st of each year.
Mi. A. CARLisLE, Prey'.
T. .s DUNCAN, Cashier
W. M. ~TMMONg. ~~s1. C'r
S8Master's Sales.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS
Fannie S. Maffet and Carrie Fant.
Plaintiffs, vs. Carrie Jefferson, Mamie
Abney, Daisy Abney, John Jefferson,
Emma Jefferson, Clinton Jefferson,
Udra Jefferson and Randall Jefferson,
Defendants.
Y VIRT1JE OF AN ORDER OF
the Court herein, I will sell to the
highest bidder before the court house, at
Newberry, S. C., within the legal hours
of sale, on saleday, the first Monday in
January, 1903, all that piece or parcel
I of land lying and being situate in the
County of Newberry, State aforesaid,
containing Forty-Two (42) Acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of Mrs.
Emily Goggans, Mrs.. Alice Schumpert,
Mary Jane Cook, Randolph Jefferson
and Nannie E. A. Wa,drop.
Terms of sale: One half cash, balance
in twelve months, with interest from
day of sale, credit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises sold, with leave to pay
the entire bid in cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
H. H. RIKARD,
Master Newberry County, S. C.
Master's Office, Dec. 9, 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS.
D. H. Wheeler, Plaintiff, vs. Sallie C.
Wheat, Defendant.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, I will sell at public outcry,
before the Court House at Newberry,
between the legal hours of sale, on the
first Monday in January, 1903, the fol
lowing described property to wit:
All that lot of land lying and being
in the county and State aforesaid situ
ated in the Town of Prosperity, S. C.,
fronting twenty-five feet on McNary
and Holley Ferry road and running
back eighty-five feet, and bounded by
Lot No. 2, belonging to Dr. J. B. Simp
son, and Lot No. 4, belonging to Logan
Wyse.
And also that other lot in the Town
of Prosperity, S. C., known as Lot No.
2, fronting on Mairi street and running
back to a street in the rear, containing
Ten One-Hundredt.s of an Acre, more
or less, bounded by lots of E. K. Beden
baugh, J. B. Simpson, A. L. Wyse and
Sallie C. Wheat.
Terms of sale: One-half cash, balance
in twelve months, with interest from
day of sale, credit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises; the house on Lot No.
2 to be insured for two-thirds of its
value and the pol icy assigned to the
Master. Purchaser to pay for papers.
With leave of purchaser to pay the
whole bid in cash.
H. H. RIKARD,
,Master Newberry County.
Master's Office, Dec. 9th, 1902.
STATE OF SOU P'H CAROL INA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS.
J. S. Merchant, M. S. Merchant and
L. J. Merchant, in their own right
and as Executors of J. W. Merchant,
deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. Nannie L.
Merchant and others, Defendants.
B YOR DER OF THE COURT HERE
in, I will sell to the highest bidder
before the Court House, at Newberry,
S. C., within the legal hours of sale on
salesday, the first Monday in January,
1903, all that lot of land in the Town of
Prceperity, County and State aforesaid,
containing Two and Three-tenths Acres,
more or less, and bounded~by lands of
Henry S. Boozer and others, and for
merly owned by Burr Stockman, furth
er known by the name of the "Old
Tanyard Lot," same being lot upon
which J. W. Merchant lived at the time
of his death.
Terms of Sale-One-half to be paid in
cash, balance in onle year, with interest
from day of sale, credit portion to be
secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises sold; the
house upon said lot to be insured for at
least three-fourths of its value by the
purhaser and policy assigned to the
Master. Purchaser to pay for papers.
With leave to purchaser to anticipate
all or any part of the credit prtion.
H. H. RI RD,
. Master Newberry County.
Master's Office, :Dec. 9th, 1903.
N otice to Creditors.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEAS.
J. S. Merchant, M. S. Merchant and
L. J. Merchant, in their own right
and as Executors of the estate of
J. W. Merchant. deceased, Plaintiffs,
vs. Nannie L. Merchant and others,
Defendants.
T HE CREDITORS OF J. W. MER
'1 chant are hereby required to pre
sent their demands and establish the
same before me on or before the 10th
day of January, 1903, and they are
hereby enjoined from suing upon or
otherwise prosecuting their demands
except in this proceeding.
H. H. RIKARD,
Master Newberry County.
Master's .Office, Dec. 9th, 1903.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE
I OR AN AUTHORIZED AGENT
, will be at the following places
named below for the purpose of taking
returns of personal property for the
year 1903.
At Newberry January 1st to 15th.
At Chappells January 16th.
At Longshores January 17th.
At Whitmires January 19thL.
At Maybi'iton January 20th.
At Glymphville January 21st.
At Walton January 22nd.
At Pomaria January 23d.
At Jolly Street January 24th.
At Sligh's January 26th.
At O'Neall's January 27th.
At St. Lukes January 28th.
At Prosperity January 29th and 30th.
And at Newberry until February 20th,
after which time the law requires a
penalty of 50 per cent. to be added.
All notes, mortgages, and moneys are
taxable. The law provides also for an
income tax on gross incomes of $2500.00
and upwards.
All~male persons between the ages of
21 and 60 years are liable to poll tax
unless exempt by law.
Don't ask that your return be taken
the same as last year, or say there is
no change.
Returns must be made on proper
blanks, and sworn to by parties making
the same.
In making returns be sure and state
whether you have bought or sold any
real estate since last return.
All prope::-ty owned or controlled by
tie taxpayer on the 1st day of January
must be listed for taxation.
WM. W. CROMER, -
AudirHtnewuehrry County.
quently meets with disaster. A.very
fficient doctor to have with you wheri
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
rs or.
g Sores
3, fixture upon your
it is your fault, fori
[ICAN
' LINIMENT
[uickly and perma
afflictions.; There
Lbout it ; if this lin
ire will fellow.
quickly a burn or scald can he cured
l you have treated it with Mexican
healer it stands at the very top.
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lth and4 Pleassee
IT and W EST.
bam. The'.gh S3..pingeo@sw
SPelate via AOlat ad wi
he via Lwa.kbwu'g. Dsaw.BM@
Ri.hseemd. bamw'11e ad
ie em all Theeagh Teas.
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ateen.saead West 1adiaa
al Reseete new em seB at
W. N. TAYLoE,
Ass. Qea. Pe. M
5.0e. DRAas,
*5ke5e Pees, y
T ADDl BEST,
il'iaii WhiskyV
4 FULL QUARS
EXPRES S PREPAID,
Worth double the price. Good %.. u.
in a plain box. It has been proven ,nre
and good. Read below the certilea ,te of
N. P. Pratt's Labratory,
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 16, r go
Sample No 19938.
Received by hand, November r4th.
Marked, "Sample of Gordon's Canla
dian Malt Whiskey." For Gler.dale
Springs Distilling ComI any,
Atlanta, Ga.
'AINs PF.R CEN-T.
Evaporation. .105.9 Grains per U.S. Gal !on
a Matter.. 58
d Copper, Lead an d Zinc. .. .. .. ..None
:tfully submitted, N. P. PR ATT L AB'Y.
every order. Write for our pamphlet on
ings Distilling Co.
GEORIGIA.
Department 9.
Or. Wosiley' es ofmrp"
-PAINL.ESS e?f opnd Co
M largebook of par
ticulars on home or
PIu santoriAd rtreat
AND M. WOLE .
UILL DYE FOR YOU. YOU WILL
Vlearn some day that it pays
you to let us dye that old suit for you
or clean and press it. All work is
guaranteed to be first class. Thousands
of satisfied customers will tell you so.
We are not playing for your dollars
only; we are playing for the future too.
Come and test the truth of our talk.
The Newherry Laundry.
SLUE RIDGE RAILROAD
. C. BEA' TIE, Receiver.
In Efte:t June 8 1902.
netween Anderion k-d Walhalla.
r A rBouNi W)TBOUM).
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Hixed Mixed
No. 9 No 12 stations. No. 11 No. 9
P M. A.M P.M. A.M
:3 10 9 5:...............Belton............... 3 20 ,0 -0
248 933........auderson F. D......... 340 1i 10
2 45 9 l0...... Anderson P. D........345 11l
........ 9 2......West Anderson.....349
...... ..............Denver.............
....... 903...........Antun............405
........ 8 5 ..........Pen dleton ...........4 1
........ 841 .............ChFrry...............
........ 8 t .... ...Ada !s.............
... 8 28 .....Jo dania Ju'ct ...3...
........ 8 2i...............ieneca.. ...........
3490.........
. 83.....West Uin ..54 ........
. 800 ......... W altballa ............ 6 09 ......
All regular tr-ins fr.., ni Belton to Walhala,
bave precedence over trains of s tme class
n oving in the opposite direetton unless oth
erwise specified by train order.
Will a 'o stop at th 3 following stations to
takt on and let oft passengers: Phinney's
James and Sand y Springs.
j. ... ANrms(uL. Superintendent
"1arloston adJcestern Carolina Rwv Co.
k.agnsta and Ashevillo Short Line.
,ct.edule in Effect July 6, 1902.
L.avo Augusta ............10 a m 2 5 p tr
-cri ve Greenwood.........12 44 p m ......
Anderson ........................... 710 p *r
Laurens................. 1 45 p m 10 &) a m
Waterloo (H. 8.)... 1 12 p m .............
Greenville............12 22 p m 9 30 an
Glenn Springs...... 4 45 p m
Spartanburg...... 3 30 p m 9 0(' am
Saluda................. 5 88 p m ............
Hendersonville..... 6 08 p m .............
Asheville.............. 7 15 p Tn ............
Leave Asheville.... .. 7 osp m ....
Spartanburg .........12 01 a m 3(8 p r
Glenn 8prhins......10 00a m ...........
Greenville . ......12 15 p m I43 piM
Laurens. ... 2 0- p m 6 30 pM
Arrive Waterloo (f. S.)... 2 3 p it ..........
Greenwood............ 2 51 pm 7 45 pW
Le' ve Anderson .............. ........ ... 7 25ha z
Augus:a................. 5 2)p m 11 35am
,ekve Co:nv bia....~....... 11 2Osrc
Newberry............ 12 42 pm
C-inton 125pr
Arrive Greenville............. 8 85 p z
.'partanbu-g ....... So p.L
G-enn-Springs...... 4 00 t,m
Leave Glenn Sp iugs...... 10 00 am
Spartanburg......... '20 Pm
Greenvill.-............. 12 5 pm
Arriv, Clirtin................. 2 12 pn.
Newberry ............ 8 06 pm
Colun bia........... 4 S1 pm
Fastest and Best Line between K'ewbe ry
and Gre'"nville. S,artauburg and G enn
Springs:
('onnectio a from- Newbe ry via Columbia
New berry and Lbureas Railway.
For any Info, mation. wr.te.
ERNE -T WILtLIAMS, Ge -. Pass. A gt..
Augusta. Ga.
T. M. r Trame Vankcer.
(Etatern Standard tirre.)
Southbound. Nortl,bound.
Ach. dale in Effect August 26th 1901
STATIO' S.
$40 am Lv Atlanta (s A.L) Ar. 8 50 pm
.0 50 am Athens 6 i9 pm
.1 15 aw Elberton 6 17 pm
:2 .pm Abbevilie - 4 05 pm
'. 22 pm Greenwood 8 85 :ir
2 'Sp 1 Ar Clinton (l)in'r) Ly. 2d 45 pm
- (C.Aw 0.)
in ti L.m Lv Glenn I4prings Ar 4 1W. pm
.2 ;.2 Spar:anisurg 33Dpm
12 21 m G'reenville 8 25pm
(H 4arns8 Springs) 8
i im ,r Latens (Dinr) L'v 2 7 pn'
22 63 62 -86
Daily Frt Dly Ft
E.; Bo . ExSur
im P vPF. A.M
5 06 :.01a..vLaurens 4r 150 6 O
6A -20' 1 'a.k Ai 1-42 t
6 40 223 .Clinton.. jS30 ii>
658 231 Goldville 117 '01.
708 248 ..R.inad.. 110 21(
7 17 2 49. ..Gary... 1 05 3 11
7 28 264 .Jalapa.. 1 00 3 2
8 00 8310 Zlewberry 12 48 3 00
8 2. 321 Prosperity 1982 3 2
8 42 3 84 ....811ghs.... 12 23 i 02
8 55 339 Li Mountair, 12 19 1 8
9.5 351 . Chapin... l2b9 -1
9 24 8367 Hilton 1202 1 29
9 29 4 01 White Rock f l ).:
9 37 4 (7 Ballentine Il -4 !"
9 52 4 17 ......rmo.... t'48 0
10 02 4 21 ..Leaphart.. 11 4" i2 i
10 30 4 45ArolumbiaLV D 20 .2 '
4 53 LvColun bla (A.C L.)Ar 11 -u
6820 Sumter 9 5'
9 2.) .r Char'eston Lv 'l'
Train<:,3and 5.2 ar . a d Jeart from
new union depot,
Trains 22 av d 85 f. oi A . C. !L. freight'/epot
West G arrais str' et .
For Rates, Time Tfables, or further in -orrr a
tion call on any Agent, or write to
W. Gl CHILDD'S, T. M EMERSO".
President. Traffi Mas,'-r
. F. LIVINGRTON, H . M. 1<.%E180O'
Sot.Agt. i-nv'lFPrt& Dass gt.
Col'stla. s. C. W'm n.t'v - r'
ATLANTIC COAST LINE1'
CONDENSED BCHEDrTLE.
WILDEG'roN, N. C., Tuly 21st, -I2.
Thron. h Trains Charleston to Greenville
7.00 amn.....L...Charltonl, 8. C......Ar 9.20 pm
8.35 am..Lv......Lanes...........Ar 6.40 pm
9.50 at....Lv.....mmter.............Ar 4 55pu
1t.10 aTo.....ir......Columba......Lv 8.4->pzn
2.29 am..... Ar..Prosperity...... v 224 pm
12.41 pm.....Ar......Newberry......Lv 2.:0 pm
.25 pm..ar.... Clinton. .......Lv '.25 pm
1.47 pm.....-Ar...Lauren...'......I.v 2.10 pin
3.25 pmn.....Ar......Greenvlle..... L 11.22 ptr
.FHOW COI.UMB(A S. C.
No. 53 Arri' e Sutr 8.15 o n.; .eergetown.
Daly H.1 p n ; Florence 7.5) pa a Drrug oa
454.5p xv; H ertsvi lie 9.*0 pin ; Ben ret
P .x + lle 9.37 . m; afbson 10.90 p xvr ;Faye te
nlIe 0.9 pim; W'mington 11.26 PDt;
Rocky M ant t/.45 an ; Weido . 1.5au;
Pete rsb g 3. 6 aae; icohmond 4.12 an ;
W shin on.4 . ew YorkLb.58 n .
No. 54. A rriv e a ter 8.29 an; Florence 9.35
Diy an ; Da- hngton 1:.80 am; Cheraw 11.15
.bo I-rm; W de.sboro 2IE0 pp ; Hartsvil e
A M 'J.10 a-n 'varlon I0.53 an; Wilwrivgton
i 40 prr- ir ayetteville 12-36 pmr ; ock:v
Mur.t 3.5.1 pm; Weldon 4.54 jim; Pe
jt r0urg '44 pm; ichmond 7.45 pit
Washington '.40 pm; New York 7.1.s am
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N C.
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wlington N. C.
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-~WHISKEY
KINDS ~ALE
"Speial Brand" Corn Whiskey, $ 1.5
"PoulrLog" Corn Whse. 1.5
" oulrLog," Old,Smt,
"Private tok" 4t.case . . ..
"Private Sok" 2-tcase . . '7.0
01 u tngRy 12qt
Apple Braiiy. .. .. .. .. . 250
Charge of -25e. for 1-a,35c. for'
-al, and 45c. for ~jg,and 75e.
f41-2-gal. eg; rtre
paid, they will betaken back at
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STATES VILLE, North Carolina, j
Frsh -
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Tenderloin Steak,
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COOKED
IN FIRST-CLASS MANR
And Served on Short
- Notice at -.
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RESTAURANT.
WBHEDULE I N FFECT AFTER JUPE 2, 190 .
-Dy--Except Sunday.
.v Gia ni8 priags..............1 0ai
ARe abuc................ ..... . . ..... 9 g a
vS,artanburg ....... ........1 0
,v L-arbu r . ................. 3 p
Aroebunn .. .................................. 406 p .
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