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the ctrta Sagev, fle.ninnatcs on "tld- t
dle Men" and Then JUnIs to a Ns
cusson tl Nr"ar and 1otsevdt,
1 was ruminlatitng abont tho grand
irLy of m1iddi mon that it tak's to
run this teunttry. I v-\rity emitIe that
they make more money than the
manufaturers antd thlt>re ar' twith
as many of t hen A ftientd of mint
reclent ly v isitted a large mannfacttory
of sowing mlA('hinues and the Nnl'erin
tetnden told hitm that the prime cosI
.f a irst olass Iahin\ was $.00ani
thtly j,bltd,1 themt otT at $19 l'ht -
jpt\btrs sold theI for U1t\ to ag-nts.
Tht Aats rti y them at S., for he
has to rout a store r'om and keep A
ht\rst\ and wagn aid make rPpairs
free and t1oll on install"entts and'
som tit imo. ha4s to takt a ma.lintl tA'k
for non pay ment When the origin
al lll Ai p motuvd to PIoa' he t,k
his wif\e's iaeliune \\ tit t:um and left
his note behind with $ 1 unpaid
Shot \y after that a new a'ent was
selnt 1eto who w as not s inated
with thit, A1rp fami and he oAie
out to 1in1 house and wantet"1 mite to
pa\ the nOt' 1 hSd hard wok to
t nvin\' t him that 1 wa? anlOther Arp
T n't as tgned W : Arp.
os m' .l i i:.et' a Ai p, het
ma rk My wif( wa s r \t\ ,belz1nant
that she t' 'l3 -1 n v':.., e f m"k
hol 1.1.%1t W I
ii( t ,:;;;Pt l ,.l - at': he t
-a ' a*.s< herea at
- l'heN fre.ght ni e
''>'o her ..s of r
o'o.p'.iming at any b'ody ba:
. Mr. Byrd told me that
\t w uld have to bet' $ to
ny thing, but I wasn't thunk
stun'lt a'gents 'hmargig so ameh~h
ar.3 1 watd t' people t.o hav' it
a.$ CL'ap as pissibale. But it can't
go th isway. The publicatiol
albd if an\ agtnt wol't r tal for
Oet'lt at t'opy, he nat.t n' I sel-l' at
all. lhte ttoks seil Illlitlvts oll
:h cot sit or. u t M r. IS' rd i enn e'n
ilim I a ioll oni mmmi ltder ftor $1 2i
and 1 . centin1.1',Ar.t for postage. Tluls
will b't a air. tivid all aroial and
give tht poor aut hor ahout 1in tcents
Senator lloar's sp''olh at Chicango
ls b'tfote liie. Not iling silittt thme war
has so Ohb't'red melt atial mrested milt
as t hat b'eant ifuli speech't. \\'hiy doteni't
tovery nlewspapeitr ini thit Southl copy
it, or thait part of it that pays sneh'i a
tribiute to t he Soullter people. W hen'l
1 tuinshied rt'adinlg it I wonh ithave'
hu lggedt thieti 11 obll, if hit hadi boon~il
near einongi.h. ittoni-"My1 lift' politi
tly hals boon'i aihiife of tconst ant atirifeo
withi thlt ieadtt s tif tilt Sothitrnt po
i'ia, 'y ot as I grow tilier, I have leairmi
liotim, biut Iiovi lit' grea'mt tpialitiesm
wVlihih belon'ig toi P y country-menl of Ite
Sonimt hott Stabi ti. Thity art' a nmobio
l'utnt. We%t may ti wellti pat Itern fr-om
theom ini somet tof the. virinolts t hat give'
'at rt'ngthi antd gitary to a freti pteopla.
Tlheijr lovt tof homio ; their ehivaluons
rtesptect ftor womant -thitir Oouirage
dtelicatto senset of honor-Itheir eon
stancy whichi can abide by anm opinion
or a puirpose through abversmity andt
prosaperity' and through y ears anid
generations. Andt thitere is anie,hier
i ng . Aovetonantks, tcorrumpt ion and
the low temnption of monty has noet
ye found any- plae in Southtern pot
ilies.
"My friends, we cannot afford to
live in a state of estrangement from
a people who posess these qualities.
They are' friends of onra, born of our
borning, diesh of onr dlesh, blood of
our blood antd if 1 have a right to
speak for Massachusetta, will say,
*Entreat me not to leave thee or for
aake thee, where than g-tiest, I will
go. Thy people aball be may people,
antd thy God my God.' "
This is only a part of it. I have
ioo<l it in nS( y$rtp book along wit
tre admirilu +ditorial Ionnent o
ho COnsttitution
The Snttr apoke trtly when hi
Aid that corruption ini national poli
l: had ttnot yet. rehd the South
t the *ae had I* rovratd on
itll A10t uld11 not hal' unsea*to
titloir, but with the Northern momi
-rv the etns jnatity the nans, Yto
ranlei N'Tr ft'n away batk how thtt
i man folnght na. ty father wa:
hn4ght up in hit State and mlv
nthor in Sonth ('arolina and whtzt
he Stnator antdi I wte in our tarh1
Ian h\'.i kwe were bt trn in tht samtt
tmr) tht war itganl btweteon thost
vro 51t'. \tYe, mw-ty thaN tlfty
.trs Atx\ at t has ion hitter ani
otll,tin1g e"er Mit o This is the- t
rst sign of a minrng iense' of jns
it that has .ome fromt any glt
,at of tht Old 1:1ey 'tRatt' and wo 1v
tioe t.hat it has name fmu Sntot
1,\sr, the ntl ''eet 1 olan1 4f s.how
ts 11utin1en 'N will nw h Ckn ' .s
to' istIL and 1s gno0t\': s,at'
'ots tt il thrll ovrert hr.at :u te
,nt hIand.
1 Oare nothing for Mr. li ' .'Sotlt
X, his 'Att= ottor. I am too old to
P dcw-t by wtrdy paragraphs.
heh rot ra0ts his slandiers on .1 of
tielon avisis and apol-ogi.'t t' his
Eidow 1 will ha\-P sonme ontid'ont
his honor and his profssied good
,iltetonts, but not until thOn. If ht,
a gontletman he will d, that. If
I ts not A gunItlnian he won't. and
hst is all hlitre' is in it. Thom na,
elon : 1Pagt' anl, lt.arty Stili'rel
'liaris a81id ht 'i 't holist prostli
T .f C'in intmati, to the 'olltrai t iot
it hstandiig. Senator loat' n on
1t have utot\d and pnllishod th,t'
I%dler and if ho had d'no it tnwit
igl, th would havt long ago iad
aen,it' honorabl'. "Slanir 'r
tirpor that tho s1Nod Its trtal
idts on the hassng N ilhis and :ts
ngn0 Ont \ AlOm1s All t 1 n' 0rmei f
..t' i t 1 st elt is A Tt1ini, '
%n101 pvlitlti.. lie profs--.
o bt a frnio to tet South, wh. lit
c not. if '' snld A taOnsul to s fr
igu tOiml.try and tht d. n. h,
no e is re\alled t'wnsl't ho i . :
rats persona '' ow mn0h m i
arof ul should tl.o 'retsident b
pp'i t ,o one to ftli w ho i!:
tofn. to our own 1 petoplo if h'oosO
Alt is N f;':d what mak1s h:, kot,
n1 shoring Dr. 'runm on the ptoph
if a gre\at tiy like Ctharltston A,t
ho nog ro is an arrogant, o no;:1'
,or ht N, onldn't take it
"I know that you say that yon l.v,
usO. But whyt did yon kic:k mo dowt
Sorun' oli' askl Tomn R.'.l if m hot
a sisc1i n thing as an lhoes polit
ta-i. lHe sai, "Yes. A . hioi
o.tt ibia is onet whom on tan ln
imd ho wvill any bought. but it 1
NO W~OMIliN IOR t'ORTHi.YO1'.
~cw Caltineit ctember D)oesn't Wan11
'lim in his Detparmtmnrt,
Geoorgo liruic ('ort olyoin, w ritos
Wi'ashington corespondent of t h
h'Iidamgo Newts, w-ill muaki' it oneo o
I Nis htof aUuims I0 the estabI lihmenlt 0
ho nowt dep-art imenit of i'onnuorwo an<
aihor to eqiip it withl a mnodel stat
whIichl wtill be' th envII of all ithet
liends of diopa rt mont a. M l ( 'or t olyitl
wyill be th onto aiwi at th htoad of I
whlo hats ha a pjramtIn'al oxpormne~it
jeintld to imako uise of Ihlit kiien hlg
ho nequj'iredlii m th humbttler p'Ine.e a
thu ( 'Iutioeromt servtienu mt thes blbl
ang up- of theii nuow dopart mont. NI
( 'tttol ot u~ in a lbr.'wdl judeI1 of menu
lIThe excn tve foreno at tho~- \\'hit,
miodol otno olI lhe (lvennoi is tin
resault of his oxoollout juuhnigment I)
orurso, ittnmakinig tIia dIepmtun.nt't h
has hadt theo p'ick of the other dipart
liuts, btut ho is so thotgl- t
quainted with lt h nocessit ies for
good eierk that he may be d.inde2~
upion to tind gooid material for th
new departmeont, evenu if he is ne
permitted to rob' the other depari
menuts of t heir most highly skille
em ploy eos.
Neiws of Mr C)ortelyoni's intentiton
in this respect hast reacheid t ho ot h
departments through the search thur
he is qjuiethy making for suitable met
for chiofs of divisions anid subordin
ate'u who must bo trusted inupliciti
in the building up of the departmn
of commtferce and labor. 11e has tol1
some of his old timeo tegnaintance
in the State, war, postoiio and in
teriot deapartmentts that lie has bi
eye on this or that tman. T'hese con
tidences have been passod around an<
the chiefs of the old artm..t...ar
waking the eatue efforta to retain their
rmen that the Cabinet winister-to-be
it making to seure them.
The future Cabinet minister is not
in faNor of women employoos in de
part monts, lie has no strong objee
r tion to women twrupying minor of
I tiNial poitions, but in a general way
"he is opposed to adrauoing them to
important pIarea. He holds this
' iew with the full knowledge that
nsome of the most ompetent employ.
oe in the departments at Washing
tol are wotnen, lie belieys men
are more effeit ive workeet, giving
better all t\-und results than women,
1'hore are no women employed in the
White ILouse for-te\ and hir lortel"
you will follow out his oonviction in
this tvatter in selelting the staff of
t he nne' depart mnt.
AN911HFR \FTRACK AIR CRUM.
Olnlt ig'ht .Mcut.rs Ptit'scntt at Mecting
ot 'Seic Comittcc No
t News and i.'ourter.,
Only eight members of the Senate
t mmer\ e committte retspoded on
Thnrs,ia, to the call for a vote on
t ho nomination of lr. ('rnum to be'
ooliotor of the port of Charleston.
ll1 a roll tall bt-en oriered Crum':
...-iation1 wold have again boon
rlpo,rte:d adversely, for a najority of
t hose present were prepared to vote
azainst ootitirntation. Those present
w+ho wonll have voted against Crnm
Were: Senator.. Berry, Martin. Clay,
a:d lali+r.\, lDtni crats., and Per.
kil. of CalhfortInia, 1epenlltCan.
a favor weore: Senators Frye,
llanna and lepen l'ont liepul'l
e.'s w ere ab'tnt, Senators FLkins.
St ger-. N ol-- u' and Pen rose.
N atilut was Iade to force a
\,'te, 111ere' I'ein~ a gelltral ip s
t:n ; ,et the lnlatter rest until some
utlIo 1n e: int ,f the onnIItitttN
1'he 'p'Ien't. of Crunn might have
s.r aet a!: .l\ ant a;e of a t'ond ad
V'erse 10e'. 1"1 h1ad they ltt'e n inclinei
t take ;.asIntage of the liepulnian
al'-e::tee 1 her' appears to be a
general un lirsta"imni not to press
the tein.'o: t lt{on a av further and those
liepbel'ans w'i . pr atej., assert
hat the h'rtsient is making a mis
t 1ke '. -e :.0 i he Uominstion
a. re W . that no further ae
tion sha' be taken n this ease dur
ing the remamder of the preseut
spe'ial session.
As has t'eea prt'\ ions,lv stated it,
The Truth
~About Lung
Troubles
Chapter I. Severe climate.
(Thermometer has been know.' n t
drop 50O degrees in 50 minutes.)
Sun hot, wind cold.
Chapter II. A hard cold. A
touch of the grip. Don't seem to
get well.
Chapter Ill. Hacking cough.
(Guess it will w.ear off when warm
weather comes.)
Chapter IV.' Doctor says left
lung is affected.
S Everybody knows the Last chap
ter.
r Isn't it pitiable ? The more so
since common cough<ures don't
cure a hacking cough. They only
temporarily' dry it up and upset the
stomach. The cause is still there.
We believe we can he'p nine
cases out of ten of this kind---that
is about our average of relief and
cure so far.
We do it with Vinol, which is
madeC from the best remned)y for
lung troubles the world has ever
.seen -- cod liver oil, but with the
vile-smelling grease left out.
fThe results are gained by im
proved nourishment. The rich
new blood overcomes the swarming
germs of disease. There is almost
immediate gain. Try it on our guar..
antee --money back if you w-ant it.
~W.E.Pelhamn& Si
DRUCCISTS.
rBest for the ii-.
t WOOD'S MEW SEE' t*'
u mnied free ron . .n I*
Tino. things na 0-i a i
- ees, bot hn for i-atim a id4 in in 1n.
Wood's " Trade tlark Itrand"
t G(R ASS AN.D
I L OV ili- SEEn~us
are the best q iualities obtai neble.
\\ rite fr prices anid our v.
lioek giving :.t1 information.
. T W.WOOD & SONS,
i Scadse, Rih-nd X. '
these dipratolla, auany of the lead.
ing 1iopubliana in the Senate are
avero to tho tonlirlnation of Cru,
but the lroident, havmng made a
party im%no of it, t hy fool const rained
to vote for ?rum'a contlrmation
sh1ould a roll oall ho demanded. To
day's non actioll is bilieved by those
familiar with the oase to ho the laMt
that will be hearti of the Crun case
during the special ssaton, as the
Pommitteo dos not hold another
neeting until next wook, and in the
uoanntime the Stato ImaV have ad
journdti, in any tvent- the opposi
tion is st.rong enough to provont con
tirnation. It is expected that the
President will reappoint Crnm after
the Senate adj 'lrns, but many 1io.
publican Senatos hope he will not.
go to thit extreme in \'arrying ont,
his so called Southorn policy,
EnflOflOus
T1he growth tf The Mutual
Life Insurance Ccmpany t
New oti k is one hundre(l
Inmes greater than that of the
l'nited States.
23,191,876
The r : e Ui. : Lnit t ,
\ew \ .: ti3n i . . w e i m r.c ., was
-, 278, 388
"t,et o T.' M n;; t.i:e lrn,: a;i. c lome:ny td
$352,838,971
The largst. st rongest l.ife
l isilrallce .0, ill the \\-o id.
l'tE 'rAI.1 LF I NSl'RANCE
C rOMrNY OF Nw YoRK
~e-A Mi~~
F. H HYATP, M31?3oc'1.. 0h111bl3, 8.
0. P. PELRAM, Aorlt, NI'A , I'.
Probate tJuhdg( e's Sale.
S'A TV Ot SOl' TiI ('AlI1.NA,
r'01 l'Y 01F N E W lF HlY-lN
. ' U ' FIl tl ''C 1% l. S ;ck,' an. Plainti fT, against
Mar.n Thmas et al. Defendan'ts.
BY 0E%I.1 OF THE COU1'T 11ERF
in' w1 , te. :'fore :he court house
do1,c-r otNwer n sa csdav in April,
athiay) im~ :4 folwingdscie
All tha:t :Of iantd situ
seven
:i s n\.-by .i'.n s of J. A
Eno P: ' 1' Pscwk. St 1.uke's
' Hw . Miniek~ and
Marv T'h>r..- S
Ter."'s -- i ash.:
. . .WILSON. . P. N. C.
V/A
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAI LROAD.
VERY LOW RATES
TO THE
WEST, NORTHWEST
AND
CALIFORN IA.
00MM\E\C\c ''EBRUARY 15
E\W\G APR L .30
Fr'ee Chair Car's Unlen Depots.
FAST TRAINS.
rate -an.: 1:ke address
FRE D 0. MILLER.
Tlrav. Pa:ss. .Agent.
No. I Btrcwn Bldg.. .Atlanta. Ga.
Mrs. Laura S. Webb,
erat te I Rub, 4 .ortalwia Met.
'.as fai .-:4:i.ch!nt. ' note.;ut Vila
of C.z-. > 1.'it ta.4tuat U t n'.a
tu s ' ul ta'.m ttun : n ane'-..
Ul iili 19 tis t ViltI. la d
' ii d6*t nit ts Qii ua .x 'u tigaig t
1n J utti: tan p~rt tto:W mn.k
uvu''un mina. (4k. 1utwmv90
-NL& jOtIa i, 1atinuzy.
uf i he u rutbittutak on iot'r
un W m antoime f:a
W't isk'. Curs id h LdD
NOTICE,
A LL OV SEERS ARE HEREBY
A notifl that they must work
their res tivo roads on or befor
April 1, . Any one knowing of a
setlon of road having no overseer will
please notify tne.
J. M. SCHUMPERT,
County 13upervisor.
Notice of Final Dis
charge.
NOTICE 1S IEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned will a>ply
for letters disnissory as administrators
of the personal estate of Calhoun F.
Boyd. de'eased, on Tuesday, April 7,
f10, at 1r a, i. to the Probate Court
for Newvlwrry County
EILA 'S. BOYD.
MARY J. PARR.
HUGH K. BOY).
SE AB
AIR LINE
NORTH -- SOUTH
Two Daily Pullman V
Between SOUTH a
FIRST-CLASS DIN
The Best R.es and R
Via Richmond and
Norfolk and Stea
Nashville, Memp
Louis, Chicago, N
Points South and Sout
and Jacksonville an
and Cuba.
PosivEty T E SEc
NORTH AlI
RAFor detailed inform ati
man reservations, etc., ap
board Air Line Railway. c
Passenger Agent. Columb
C. B. WALWORTH,
SAVANT
5 .Full ON
Bottles OL
PURE
OLD O L
LINCOLN 'mOL
COUNTY W
We i.the Distillers, ut"
addres- EXPRESS PREPAID
5 Full Botlies S3.45. 10Full Botti
15 Full Bottles S9.70.
TlHE SOUTHIE
The Great Hlghway ol
tHROUGH THE S0
L~ Service Quick ')
Amy T?tp t a PIeasu
Ihavel via TriiE SOU
The FAnest Dining-Car
Pow deailed Infvnation as to TIcS
wsatin addie.. the nearest Agen
W- A- TUP'. S. H. HARl
...e.
Florida -
A passenger scr'u
and comfort, equipped
Dining, Sleeping L'd
For rates, Scliedtal
tion, write to
WM
NOTICE.
I WILL BE AT BRIDGE ACROSS
Duncan's Creek at Whitmire on
Friday, March 20th, 1903, at 1 o'clock
p. in., to let out contract for repairing
said bridge. Right reserved to reject
any and all bids.
J. M. SCHUMPERT,
County Supervisor.
NOTICE.
T ir: COUNTY SUPERV\'SOR OF
Saluda County and myself will be
at Old Town on Thursday the 26th day
of March, 1903 at 10 o'clock a. in., to
let contract to build a flat at. Old Town
Ferry. Right reserved to reject any
Iand all] bids.
J. M, SCHU % PERT,
County Supervisor.
OARD
RAILWAY.
| EAST -- WEST.
estibuled Limited Trains
ind NEW YORK.
ING CAR SERVICE,
oute to all Eastern Cities
Washington, or via
mers. To Atlanta,
his, Louisville, St.
ew Orleans, and All
hwest-To Savannah
d all points in Florida
!RTEST LINE BETWEEN
J D SOUTH.
>n, rates, schedules, Pull
yly to any agent of The Sea
>r J. J. Puller, Travellng
a. S. C.
sst.Genl.Pass. Agt.,
JAH, GA.
EXPRESS a
PREPAID a
)EN AGE
-.SKEY T
thee god t b pure and7' earg
r wil rhip in plaitn boxes3~ to any
.at th following distiller's prices. /I
es $6.55. 12 Full Bot tles $7.90.
25 Full Bottles $15.90.
Y*our money back if not as reopresented.
f2 iIain '4L. Men ph is. T enn.
RN RAILWAY
TRADE anid TRAVE.L
UTHERN STATES.
7me Coinenin rea.
re Trvp to those who
THERN RAIL.WAY.
Service in the World.
eta. Rates and Sleeping-Cav c.Oe.
of TIlE SOUTHERN ftAILWAY.
3WICR. W. N. TAT4.~
(TIC@ST ILNE
'UGNIiFARg oI /{V%
:en Itic
ND SOUTIM
----C ub a.
L1unexcelledJ for luxulry
withi the latest PulIlmi
lihoroughifare Cars.
c, flaps or any informna
J. CfIAt0,
General Panseig.r Agent,
winming-n N C.
BLUE RIE RMALROAD
M. 0. BFA'kTL..5 J. .
in ECoet June S.. 190L ,
between Anderso .-i WlhalLa.
NAet 1Botni41. w sTaoUlqu
ARitIav. L1AVI.
Mli+.. Bgizd
NO. 9. No. 12 stations. No. 11 No. 9
P.M. A.N. P. K ,M
8 10 966.,....... . elton ............... 8 1960
2 48 *88........Anderson F. D .......' 840 3 10
%45 9 80.......Anderson F. D......... b 46 1116
. 926........West Anderson.......849.
... 900..............Denver............. 38 69
. 0.............Autun............ 406.
S61 ...........Pendleton . 4.......4...
.84?..........xerry......,4 18.
. 8 44 .Ada .. 421.
8 28 .... Jo tlatai Ju,ot ...... 4 83.
82 -. .... te a............. 4.6 ..
8113....... 4-40. ....
.803. West Union. 604 ...
. -8. 00........... Walhalla ........'. 0 .
All rgulirain~fa r Halton to Wat-la,
have precedence over trains of a,.me oass'
n ovituc In tho opposite diroetton unless oth
erwiso Npe.Mclied by train order.
W ill a.so stop at the following staions to
tnkte on ad lot oft aesengers: Phuney'8
e. - NUl34, Superintendent
Charlostou audlWosteru;Caroiaa l,co.
Augusta and Ashovillo Short Line.
behedul In ffreet July 0, 1903.
Lecave Augusta....... ........0 10 a n 3 56 pm
Arrive Greenwood...........12 44 pim ....,........
Anderson ........ .......... 7 Op a
Laure s................. 1 46 p m 10 80 a as
WVaterloo i. 8,)... 119 p m ......
Greonville...........12 22 pm 0ara
Glenn Springe...... 4 46 p n ............
Spar.tanburg......... 8 30 p n 9 00a m
8aluda.. ........ 6 83 p m ..........
lienderaonvtllo..... 8 03 p tu
Asheville.............. 7 15 p m .......
l.eavo.Ashevill~o. - .... 7 Obp in
e tar'tanburg .....l2 01 am 'i''p''.
G lenn jpr1tg.,....10 00 a m
Greenvie ........12 O p Iin ..p i
Arrive Wat:rloo:(:, .).., 2 83 p in ...
Greenwood............2 6 p in ''---*
lienov Andorsea................. .7 m
A...... .. ..........6 20 p 11 56
t.av bouniaa-.-----..l
i.orry,..-.'..- - 19 42 p
Clinton ''- - - -
Arrive Ureenvlllr............
Spartanburg .,8 pm
Glent Springs...... 400 pm
L.avr (alin a {uings---.- 000am
Spartan urg..- 1301 pm
Greenvill1.,, 16 pm
Arriva Cliuton....-.---2 . . pm
Newborry ...--.06 pm
ln ia.'--- --- 480 pm
1-'aste.st aind iest 14ine betweern Newberry
mtri ( urnvillo. S. artanburg and G'enn
(')nneetto -S from Newbe ry % ia Colunebia
e twerry anild I.. n'e.:a flailwuy.
h'or sa info m"tiot wr to.
RNk r wi . 1AIsl (o -. Pas,. %gt
Auc sa. (r.
T. R1. I T- antre' "Ant per.
(K '.1, at Standard i, t.)
Sont t"'onna. Nortt.bonud.
Sch dn:e tn Eli et Atignet 26th 1902*
S1'AT1) S.
8 40 am l,v Atlanla (a ...i.) Ar. 8 60 pm
Ii. it ain Athiens 6 19 pn
Ii t,16 at a Ebrton 6 17 pmt
- r ial Abtevilte 4 0-. pin
I 2-2 ptn (reen wooi 3 85 t,m
2 IS." A r Clinton (tltn'r) Lv A 45 pm
(e.aW 0.)
1i' (i atu a tlonn 8pr1ng> ar 4 tx pm
- . ) 4.e. r+parlanburr," 8 30 pm
l: 'A-i Ureenville 826 pm
(Harrts Springs)
1 12 pn - Waterloo 9 86 pm
- 4 ^ I, wnr Laurens (Din'r) Lv 9 (7 pm
68 62
PM- PIN.
202 Lv Laurent Ar 160
209' Parks Ar 1 42
2 22 .Clinton.. I 84
2 34 toldville 1 17
2 41 .Kinard.- 1 10
2 49 Gary... 1 05
2 54 ..Jalapa.. 1 00
3110 fNewberry 148
324 Prosperity 1382
34 ....Slighs.... 12 23
3S9 it Mountain 13 19
AM.
3 61 ...Chapin... 0100
357 Hilton 1301
4 01 W hite Rock 13 6
4 (7 Ballentine 11 64
4 17 .....rmo..... 11 48
4 24 ..Leaphart.. 11 40
4 45 ArOolumnbiaLv 11 20
Pn am
4 55 LvColum bla (A .o.)Ar 11130
6 20 Sumter 0 60
9 20 A r Charleston Lv 7 00
Treia 53 and 52 arrive anid depart Wom
new union depot
Tral nsR 22 arnd si from A. C. L. freight depot
W est Gervals street
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