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TERRIBLE TRAGEDY
NEAR CLINTON
ball entered just above Ramage's left
nipple, passed through the large ar
tvry above the heart, penetrated the
body, entered the right arm and
lodged tn the inusele. Death was
doubtles8. almost inst ant aneous. Ram
age was left handed and was stand
ing with his left side next the house
hardly ten feet from the back door
from which Wham shot as he ran
down the stairs from the second story.
Ramage was a iagnificent man phys
ieally, six feet high, stout and hand
some. He was a bachelor and a half
brother of Miss Simpson's mother,
who was the cephew and heir of late
Capt. J. A. Bell, and was himself a
prosperous farmer and dairyman,
staninlig well in the community.
Wham moved here several years
ago from near the Greenvilie line
where the family of that name is
niumierous and prominent. Ie bought
the old SimpsonI homestead, the
Simpsons moving into a smaller house
acros, the riad. Th old place is a
th pical ('arolitia country hotmie with
big "Iks ii the % ard anil a geniral
appearaice of joi. el ILiw's.,, a In'.t
placii scene fir a ain to work tlie
wreck of a wonali's lift Htil to shiv
her kiiismuij. Nearer ('liton Wham
1Ih0l bought other prtpert arid there
has in process of erect ion an u1nsually
t%lish h Ithke ahnst voinpleted into
Which Ie intelded soon to ilove. lie
is a pr,,sperous fellow abtout 35 N ear-,
old and has four eilIdren. Last y ear
ho was a candidate for couity treas
orer aidi was the second highest out
of four aspirants.
Ilis reptitation has always been
Mis \la tie Siups 1, the wolnan
in the cae, is a well developed, good
looking girl of about lW sumners,
Mal if Iuiy ,le kiew aught against
hir e cltiiiter it Was not ('ot)[1m01n
kii1wle'g unit ii these siO 41eve ,)p.
rieits of tie last Three days. Now,
as usual, there is all sorts of gossip.
It is -portod to Shoritf Duckett that
Whiarin was seen today going towards
tie (ireeniville line. The sheriff
thiks lie will surreider probably to
Shieriff G ilroatlh of ( ireeniville or Shier
\erioi of Spartianhiurg, as Wham's
father lives at Wood ru I. There is
Ito teel for Whmiiii to run. At the
inquest his interests were looked after
b)y Liawyer C. (. Featherstone, who
WAs SUI11MoIn from Laiturens.
l)eputy Sheriff Cathcart came up
froi Coiilujai wit lit ho bliooillioun<uls.
iarivinig att I o'clock at Siunpsoni's
ertinirg, where t1he t raini was st o ye Ie
dIirectly in f ron t of thle holise Thie
clogs were at once put on t he trail
anid were worked for several hours,
but it was irilpossilble to catch the'
scent, arid thle at terupt was aan
lotned. NO onie is out after the fugi.
I ive niow.
Tloniighit all is quiet at Simpson501's
Cross l'ht>ads. The corpse of one of
thie conuniiuniity's most popular mentI
lie's now ini his lonely but comforts
ble homie. Tlhie wife of his slayer,
wit hi a friend or t wo andl her children,
was sittinig quietly Cl lie prhwe
lhe dleputy passed t here late t his evoi.
inrg. The hiusbandc and fat her is
away frorm idanger, rnot know ig wht
hias elatiseid sine lie shiot atid ran.
Arid just about 2(10 yards across thle
wo(od thieriI i a younig womnii who
hias ini the event of todlay food for
thought t hat will last a life time.
WHAM SUiRRENDEltS,
lHe Says he Jid not 11c le rom the Lawv,
but to Save~ H!mself From flau
age's Friends.
lacurer.-, Ju1ly I I -Ahout ii
r.ight last night i iJhin Whamu&r
earnir to town~ ard iiirrenideredi to
Sh"ritTF Duckett fils friends say
that he lid ni4.tIfee f romi just ice, hit
to escapie trouble with thle friends of
t he dead rman, fH amage.
Ferguson and Feathier'storne and
W. 1B. B ichey have been emuployedi
to defend Wham. Thley' stated todayi~
that the quest ion of applying for bail
had riot yet been considered . B.
A white wormari rnamueud fill, livig
ti (lie Fai r Forest set ion of Spar
tanhurg County, went to Spartan. I
bunrg oni Saturdasy arid swore out a
warrant against a negro, George lh
Sheldon, who she says assaultd lier' (G
on July 1 as she was going frori the
house to the cotton field. She said
e dlelayed so long in order to make
sure of the assailant. T1he warrant
was issuod. Th'le womian is a teuant. of
Dr. Cleveland, and lives with her oi
two abildren.
A WOlID WITH DR. CRUM.
k Big Door of Opportunity Open Wide
for Him.
31renville News,
Possibly by this time Dr. Crum,
he negro collector of Charleston, has
.een convinced that his appointment
vas unwise. He must have left it
lien the tirst storm of indignation
,vas raised, not only in Charleston,
>ut throughout the country, and
here is more reason for him to have
hat opinion today, when mop Vio
once has gone beyound all bonds.
h'ace feeling was excited by his ap.
1kintment. She fight against him
vas not contfined alone to his section.
L'he public mind was swayed and all
-ight thinking people had the mqy
10od to admit that the principle of
ilacing negroes in office in white
1mmunuities was dangerous and
vrong. Crum knew that while he
>ersonally was safe from all harm,
he excitement would leab to demnon.
itrations ond outbreaks, which coul(l
'e traced directly to the agitation
.f the negro question.
r Cruim is a colorel man of no
J'dinmrN ability. We believed that
,o far as thet actual work of his olice
-coneeri-d bel is perfictly able to
endet good service. We are willing
o give hin credit f,r that. But is
t wisq for him to remain, against the
-rotest of the people, and when he
annnot help but see that what is
now as the Crum incident is respon
ile in a way for this bitter antagon.
irn bet ween t he racee ? He accepted
he kdfice because he believed it was
or the good of his people. Ie was
iniions to point the way for higher
md better attaininmts,
But what has he acec mplishe?
\k iritocent as ho may consider him.
elf lie has been the primary conse
f this reign of lawlessness. Thou
ianlds and thousands or people, wih
eow i nothing of him, have (on.
b-miiiod the rule by whicl lie was
it ito olie over the white race.
There is another point which is of
nre vital interest to Crun). III the
'ace of the crime in Illinois and Dela
varo and Indiana, where negroes
vere lynched by white men not from
i.- South, the record must. undoubt.
4(lly be used in Washington to show
lit the safety of the public deiiiatids
he eliminiation of the negro from
puInblie life. What wits dono by Ohe
1'astorn and Westorn nobs will natu
-ally defeat any hope of Crum.
The negro collector has an oppor
uniity to prove that what he said be
'ore about accepting the office for
he good of h's people was riot idle
alk. If what he said was true, and(
mdiu if his purpiose weore sinicerO, hie
villI stor down and1( out and put an
iverlast inig end to this const ant dread
af a terrible race war. He can intake
name for lhi melf, arid if he has one
Iropi of hionrest blood ini his veins he
vill let the country knowv that nie
groes cannot rule, and that'*ho would
ather see the races live in peac,.
han to hold all the petty offices i
he land.
Chicago D)iagnosis of Kenituc ky,
(entucky's bills are full of rills,
\nd all the rills are lilned with stills,
'\nd all the stills are full of gills.
lid all the gills are full of thrills,
\nd all the thrills are full of kills.
{'ou see, the feudists dlot the hills,
\nd camp along the lfttle rills,
~ouvenient to the busy stills,
A.nd thirsting for thc brimming gills,
\.nd( when the jice' hia system tills,
C~ach feudist whoops around and kill e.
edow, if they'd only stop the stills,
Lhey'd cure Kentucky's many ills
dien would be sp)aredl to climb the lills.
~ind operate thei busy stills.
Iowever, this would. mean more gills
A.nd that, of 'ouirse, would mean more
thrills,
tesuilting in the same old1 kills.
;o all the lills and1( rills and stills,
Andt all then gills and thrills and kills
re splendid for the coflin mills,
\nd make imore undertakers' bills.
WV. ID. Nesbit, in Chicago Tlribune.
MAUST BE
IN EVERY
HIOME IN
NE WBERRY
he following 'druggists reqjuests the *
ailder's of MIU it N A cou pons to bring 4
emn im at once and secure, absolute '
free, thle regular size bottle of the 4
meat Preparation, M UltNA W INE
b'or saile only by Gilder & Weeks 41
gents.
NOTIIE.~ I
LL IIAUlIN( OF SAND FROM 4
.Ie Scott's Creek must be stopped ati4
JNO. M. SCIIUMPItRT, It
Quarterly Report 4
Ot Supervisor tor Quarter End- 4
Ing Junle 30, 1903.-19
303 J P Adiatis, r N- b, $ 4 56 11
304 W (i layes, stationery, 51 to
305 W .Ilohlison, coul tax, 75
301-A C Sligh, colin tax, 6 00
307 E ( Hetz, asst'sor, 00 49
308 8 K Bouknight, Chng, 9 35i
30) W W IParrow, call sal, 9 04)
310 W C Sligh, ilag sial, ) 00 49
311 W G Houiseall, luncy, 10 00 49
312 W U H1o0s18al, p 111, 5 00 50C
313 J A Silber, co h1ote, 30 00 0 1
314 J I Lonsr, elms, 20 (0)
315 T 1 Richardsoti, hng, 'Z> 00 50:
316 J A Riddle, r & b, 6 00 50
317 .1 H1 Uarret, coin tax, .1 00 50
318 Samnuel Wartv-4, cou tax. 4 00 50(i
319 J L IEpps. ollce ex, 1 07 '00
:120 J C 8healv, coin] tax, 1215 50
321 A A W -tksinger, con tax, 12 50 50
322 (eo W Stockman, coin tax, 16 80 51
323 A 8 King. r & b. .1.1 00
324 11 C Lake. com3 tax, 3 50 "l
343 Observer lrinting Co, alv, 1(1 75 ')3
326 .J Al Brown, r & ), 1 50 '14
327 .1 C 0oggis, sal & offict, ex, 7. 10 .
32 S Nolani, ( 1 ex, ' 4 50 16
3*211 E K Bedenbatiugh, con sal & ' 01
B P 14 Hair, itung sall, .I 00 1
331 .1 H1 IAvingstonj, r & 1, 7 50 21
33z J I IL,ivingstonl, con tax, 00
:33 H awkins & Mliick, r & ', 106 -Q7 .2:
3314 Hawkins & Mlinick, r & b. 151 92
5 S Moore, sill, ' 6i 25
:'. ; Bveuj Halfacre, sila . ,' 5 0125
3:2. J H Hlunter, cIlk & atty 50 6 & 5
:: J Im Schlilupert, sutimi, 612 ,.10 2
Fi,. l'' 1- Mavbil, nling & col siaI, 12 50 '*
34) Howers & )onminik, cilg, '5 .0
311 state PeliOteitiary, ti lg, 28 o 53
342 1,e'vi Britt. Imuper, .1 0 1
343 .1 11 Kotill, r & b, 1 0) 3 ' 23
:11 Simllit- Wakites, r. & 1, .1 0 3
3 N5 M Al lkif'r<l, jail rell & Nal, 15' 4 5:
::*4 D . o 1 i litek, ehlig, 1. 1 00
.17 .1 M 'ount' , jiail Ix, 1 ;10 s
34"v lI P Livitig oll, 'a1upe)r, 00
34 - T Nlavr', r & b, 1 g 534
::5 1: I ) the ws, assessur, *2 ( '30
:51 )-21' Ahttlithw-, ling, 1 00 11
352 i 1 Siipson, ferry rent, 13 "11 41
353 Sminple . Loininieik,o holie, u4 9 .1 1
354 W - ' Prown, (o'il tax, ;00 413
355 1Dab lDvi Ilderson. ferry cli1, 8 15 4
3.)3( .1 .1 K nitlardlt, (.01 1 tax, 11 00 313
357 T A H'ptilig, com tax, 7 oo 046
35s 1- K' Suipt-riilter, assessor, 10 10
3511 A A1 Iostter, assessor, *00
3111 s A I Iitlerson, id.1sol ferry eltil, 1) 75 .0
3o1 I 1 B ' litzseV, (oml1 tax, 00O
362 (' 8 Jolino.,41. cor11 tax, 3 (0 00
:133 (i B A all, atsst-isor, 1 00
364 T I Ale tllmugh, com tax, 2 50 0
36. J -. 11 Itingur, aiss(ISo1, 4 03 ( 1 1
364; selt11111wrt & 'ounts, cling, 18 08 5
;0;7 \V F Sliber, Iinag & conl 81a, i o 556
:16 J l. B 'elnugh, colu tax, 4 00 557
361 (it-o I b-rrivk, r & b), 23 5o 553
:33 Morris & \Vicker, cling, 11 5 55
371 .1 ( Wilsmn. con tax, ' 1 00 WO
372 A (i h'lirtillill, voinl tax, 5 1o M
373 1) B Cmo I, as.esso400, . (10
:17. V 1 1, aiimck, com ax, 1 50 51:
375 lt L I' r0miks, coinl tax, 00 5
:71; 1-' I liradIcy, cor con', 2 oo 5
::711 Ann 4 itary, pauper, 41 01)06
377 J A i(h0s, voill tax, 1 00 567
378 .1 A N ichols, chnig, 5 5 (3
37 .1 1) 11 Kibler, voin tax, 5 50 56"
3,41 .1 1 11 Kih'r, a' & b, .50 570
'81 ,J L' Crooks & (1 ", r & 1), 5 7
:382 \V 1I I'low, Coln taix, 2 O0 57
343 B B I.aitzsey, r & b, - 5I0I
3"A \V T luiford, coll I axi, 15 oo
385 .1 (' \Vi', '31 oin tax, 575
I3; 3 Al 8himmailiert, ex & frI, 7 5
387 Alice (loggaias, r & 1, 1 50
388 RJ I. Ietir, r & b, .1 93 7
3813 .1 C NebuliIn 1wrt, r & 1, 1250 5713
130 J \V littildersoll, coi tax, 0
3 1 WJ Sigh, 0,t11 tax, I 00(
39'2 11 ' I S1l er, co n In.x, 7 2 5,
393 " \V P-'anw, mig sul, 12 "ol 581
39411 lt iSi lit h, coin sall, 3 3 8
3195 ("I i)lcket I, con)a sil i
:1316 1" \V ''at , ne. k(t ('(3' 0 1331
137 1 1" l'~' bri3n, r & I, 23 011'7
:138 \V lb lIb.id, chug 5I:a188
:113 wI lt 14t1i, 'o,a la, 1 3( 591
4033 \V 14 Iihl, as3sssor' 8 og 513
.101 C 1) lillilte.r, I' b
'132 N , lIbkek, r ,& b,, 7o .512
413: I'" 14 Py<3, w & I, I2 513
.1 1 l' 8 11al1k li n3, I'& I,2 33
-1333 W J 11.n 131 r & b
4 J 1:1 .-- u
.t
4.7 T ' U t. 2.
-123' ,1 P 1 in
.1:33 3 S .\1o r- .,
431. J1 Al\ be,311a co -,.*
-138 .\ l ayl 3133 ..' a ' .U
-1133 JohnSo W \'. ll'',x
.1.11 J 11 \let~ I'ulh>3 g , p'311lX
1.17 J Al Selalnu,a1at'1c, II-,'
-130 l I, I o a n n l k , a,..,.,
.1.8 JI.'l 111h 1. 13k1p ),rt , I 31,M3
4451 \JV b(' Il,nk,(s r & I)
-132 la P .1 (Ing, 3lns'tax,
1.1 J Sr by go', rag ' b
ISa .l'J' l3art n'a, assessor\ I33) 31
417 J Al Nebui, w r, con7
.147 Seiti lh'riI, Ii'upa r I
i1 1" Wl I.ratllav, com i'ax 23s:
1511 A ''iltiin, 1313J.nr tax 311
1317I 1a' lIenu, ferr'3y I('3niN ,
(10 11 VI Ivg 4cm. , I.ir auper3, *~lP 1.1
17 JlA i a, ju r lii wi' t ' 31 (1 8) l
(18 W3A'. a'ii, p a.r 'Iti3
'|13.3('1 3 .\1aye,. b 33k rJ3'de r N' :.3 .
A 4 l'err)Ulin333ery, 1 5 153.
65 linj Wiat''a'r, co l l ',I13 3(1
31 K ' Alitrry li erry i' aim3)
67I ,J 'I Hl ard, jai rept 5''l,
'8 'IA ('rentsN- r, 133k erry cl(0a513
0 S lb ~e's, (im3a (k, 1(1).y11.
1 Al 11 ('ialets.3, ferry (hl 32 11
2 ,J 8 Woi-, com tax,~ 1731
3 S 1' '' Mates r te b''3 t''3(7
4 J Wtu Iakr, (33''cii,&I(l jb.
:5 Pr1 1 ah1s olw.r l13c. b 1 (
& If Boozer, akse"ur, 6 C
A l Dlomitniiek, con sal, 9 I
J \V Aook, r & t, 3 U
) 'I' ilen, com1 tax, .1
B S 'ounts, cotu tax, 3 t
Laeitzsoy & Co, r & b, 1s
IC P Iaake, colu tax, '1
t W Hundrick, com tax, I 7
B IN Stibor, coin tax, 5 0
-J J Sehumnport, r & b, 5 0
0 H Suber, .11Iuiages, 1 )
Ati n ary. pauper, .1
It C W t 'liahns, ofice ex, 31 2
J M Brown, r & b, . 1
.1 0 Kinard, con sal, 11 1
B B Sebiutapert. & Co, chug, 211i
Hamirn Bros, r & b), ;.
J) 1i Bowers, zoin tax, ;1 0
iJ C tiggans, sal, 24 I
(i H Crotner, colu tax, II
P Cawm i.-II, voin tax, 2 0
(i V Swittonberg, r & t, .1
.1 IR Sent, cin tax, '
W V Croner, oice ex. 1
C M Evans & Co, r & t', . 01
.S -Johns.11on, co;n tax, 4 (
P t .llisor, mag sal, 9 (
J i Livingston, con sal & (, es,o .1
0 B Evans, chug, i 0
Lawson Doninick, chng, 5 6
T B Beldenbaugh, (lug, .16 .1
-IlA ) avenport, paiper, 2 I
lAIVes & Richardson, sta'u'y, It ;
M V ltdenbatigh, coin tax, I 5)
J A Counts, cow tax, 4 0(
A 'T Wilson, r & b, ' a
l A Sense, coin tax, 7
Levi Fulner, pauper, 20 0(
.1 V 'al bert, pauper, .20 01
B B Sebutupert & Co, r & g, 13 3
J A Stiber, co hoine, 15 2:
(i H HOOZ0er, e0oIfitx, ;3 (it
W P 1,%:, phart, r & b, 3 m
l ' Singley, 4-1)1m fax, .1 ;i
J W Whit , . b repirins, X.4 1:
(l.inton )il Co, v h repairs, I 1W:
'T"P 111ichardsol, ehug, 1; 0:
.1 1) 'rouheb, r & 1), 51
I o NI lie' len haugl, ehng, 1150 (11
N)l Beolbnaugh, r & b, 76 :1
I) 1 tledenultgh, oil tax, 5 2:
It Al Werts, com tax, 11 (t
( A Malett & Co, ClIng, it 6.
.1 S 31t-Carley, assssor, 6 Ol
. 11 SeurY, I & b, 3 ut
J It Scurry, cun tax, I :,
J K Epps, r & b, 1 01
s N1 Heidernon, ferry chm, 1 7;
S A Sloan, ebug, 20 1t
J1 1a ,Epps, Sat), 2 7 77
V V Croner, sall, 27 7
'' P Richardson, chng, 25 o(
E S Werts, sal, :,. 1
J '' Crisp, patiper, .1 on
:J F Hedellbaugh, ehg, 150 00
J ' (ioggais, sal, 22 9I
olose..ley Bros, ch11g, 40 m;
.1 A Sutier, co uine, ;.0 Io
.1 1 Hu1tinter, elk & atty, 12 5
Benj Hatfacre, sal, 6 2
1 H Chappell, r & b, : o.
J) M Sclitmpert, sa, -2 I
J W \Vhite, Irt, 4 3;
F N1 Linilay, cor sill, 21 s;
(- S Moore, sal, I 2$
Wiairen Perry, ferry el, 6 5A
J1 B Siinpson, hrry rent, :3 00
San lA Shealy, coin tax, I 00
Allen Anti 1ust! Mfg Co, r & b, 2.1 39
L Sn1gley, Coila ix, -1 5t
. '1' Callm-s, Iler, -1 00
)avid 1leonerson, ferry elm, s '7
'NI3 Al Buford, sheril"'s sil, 116 6
*S Nolatid, damages, 10 U!)
T P Iiilardson, frt. r & b), S 00
J L Ptulmr, ferr. tlatim, 14 6
C M Folk, con tax, :3 s,
Jas. Bolitad, r & b), 1s -
,1 I MceCullough, co phys, I; 5
.1 A Siluber, Co boliew, I
hl IN iiord. jail rept, 21 1fi
IC 1 Hipp, vlIbg, i1 13
It H H unter, (,)Ilu tax, 1 25
( 11 Peterson, coil tax, 2 00
It 1 Laiviigstoneil, 11auper, 2 00
F Il Boyd, w & 1, 12 13
C S Joh1sonl, Com I "X, ,Im
S 1I McI l--an, r & b1, 251; 00
StIIuIni BIros, r & b, .1 35
Sunimr ros, co homliv, :12 i)9
iun iner 14r.'s, eh)nig, 4 65
I, al Siwers, e hi ex, 2 8(1
,114 lanthan, r & b), 3 75
.John Shlepplart, paulwr)', 2 lIt
WV I ) Hollo way, ebniig, :: on
W. A Wa.tkiin, o(in tatx, 2 I!o
S P' Thuls, r & b, :, I!!
.1 AlI Counts, jil repa)irs, 12 2r,
J 'S Holloway, r & b, n
11 H AXbrains, aissr, -(N!
H undrick. r & b,
I u~ r:ek, 'oiln ta. tio
J 1,,- -m a
* a ' ' 1 t
-n r it . aper
Wa r-o P r y.p .-r :.
S'I J ain -. - upA
j i 'l' Sn rju~j ':f( b,'
F1 1 lack, r &IA '.41
\uI W iop, ma -u
\V re, I"orrik en . f 'o.
Fl 'I Seont, r & ,
) W, )oinic<k, com tax. -pI$
he) S'rzler ( o, (chiig, I
P' Iicharison, cbog, :,i (o
I'C I rong, clbng, fl 0))
A Nuber)'i, e0 hioime, 83 0
itt Schiump aurt, 5)al, (12 5,
S Mloore, sail, I; 2:,
am.i Walltes, comil taix, I 2:,
1e'i. 1 a faere, 'dal, e. 2:,
IA Kiips, 5)a1, ... 7
I. 'j) 0 X, ()fleei ex, 3 OI
C (Iog9.ans, sal, 2., 1!
S Werts, saul, .1 17
S Worts, onllce OX, .1 So
IL ICpt ing, r&. b, 1 5)(
ah nerm I)avenport, comi tax, I 50!
I I Scu rr y, r & , 8 :og
am lHuani, ferry ohni, : (un
(G Sanith, con) sill, 1(I 68
WV Pant, mnag sall, 2? (og
00 l)onuglna a tm,u(0
Small Savings ire the Stepping
Stones to sucess and plenty
$1.00 a month (leposited in ouir
SNS URTMNT
Will in 10 years amount to $ 140 00
$5.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - - $ 730 00
$10.00 will in 10 years
am11ount, to - - - -6$1460 00
We wiait your business.
IIave ample facilities to
accominodiate our cus
tomers.
The Commercial Bank
of Newberry, S. O.
oETTps Curt Chbleralnfantum,
Diarrhoea,Dysentery, and
. the Bowel Troubles of
Children of An Age.
Aids Digestion, Rlegulates
'a the Bowels, Strengthens
the Child and Makes
Bat TEETHING EASY.
J. MOFFRTT, M. D., ST. LOUIS, MO.
, Thrush. Removes and Prevents,
OUNTERACTS AND OVERCOMES
IEAT UPON TEETHING CHII.DREN.
DA R D
RAILWAY.
-. EAST -- WEST.
3tibuled Limited Trains
id NEW YORK.
NG CAR SERVICE.
ite to all Eastern Cities
Vashington, or via
ers.--To Atlanta,
is, Louisville, St.
w Orleans, and All
vest-To Savannah
all points in Florida
IEsTr INE BETWEEN
D SOUTH.
rates, schedules, Pull
to any agent of The Sea
J. J. Puller, Traveling
S.C.E
st.Gteni. Pass. Agt.,
ALH, GA.I
te'An Adrel
7- J4- w
KVR11A . a..T
Ls or n iforma Vlv
'i
Vimntn..C (13
ni
___________ Do
hl
#API I tri ) W it. 2 10
r. 8. HI1Nw, 1Sprvi sor.
Clerk,
Watches, Clocks,
Silver and Plate Ware,
Cut Glass and Table Ware
SUITABL.E FOR
Wedding and Birthday Presents
Key winding Watches
Changed to Stem
Winders.
Eduard Scholtz,
Jeweler and Optician.
R. MOPI
EETHING I
Costs Only 2 nt
r mnall 25 cents to 0.
Cures Eruptions, Sores, Collo, Hives
Worms. 9EJ3MWX-X.1-L
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMER'S I
SE ABi
AIR LINE .
NORTH -- SOUTH
Two Daily Pullman Ve;
Between SOUTH al
FIRST-CLASS DINI
The Best Rates and Rot
Via Richmond and \
Norfolk and Steam
Nashville, Memph
Louis, Chicago, Ne
Points South and SouthN
and Jacksonville and
and Cuba.
PosITIVELY TiH SHoiR
NORTH AN
me-For detailed information
man reservations, etc, appl
board Air Line Railway, or
Passenger Agent, Columbia,
C. F. STEWART, A
SAVANN
TI!E7 LiN
THErINi
ON THEMM
?.ied
N R TH JIND
FIorida
A passenger service un<1
and comfort,equipped with
Dining, Sleeping and Thor
For rates, schedule, maj
tion, write to
WAl. J. CR!
BLUE RIDGE NAILW iV
1U. 0. BEA% TIAleceiver.
In Etoct June 8 WR1902.
ntwoul A ndorion and WalbaUS.
3A83110UND. WUaTBoum,
AiivE. L-AVI.
Mixoft. Mixe0
No. 9. No. 12 citatlons. No. II'No. 9
P. M. A. Jol. P. U. At, II
3 10 1) 5............... elton ............... S o20 10 6U
2.48 933........Anderson F. D ......... 840 1110
2 45 9 30. ......- .nldorson P. D...... 4S46 1116
--- .. 25........ W ext A nidoorson ....... 3 49 ........
-.-.... 9019 ...............Denver.............. 8 59
--.-.-.* 02............... A utun............... 405 ........
-""--. 85- ...........Pondleton .......... 4 Il .....
-------- 8 47 ..............Cliorry, ........,, 4 18 .
" -- 4........ .. ...A dniiim ............... 4 21 ....
8 28. Jo.t i Julet ... ... 433 ........
"""". 8 2---............ oneca.............. 485
64
..... 8 oi---.- : *.- W est UVilonl ....... 6u04 ,....
S... Walalla......... 09
A I rg r tr is t ton t 440 A
av13 pre-ctIence over trains of satme OeIn
Sviliv I ti ol site d iretton unless oth
o'rwiHo0 mpt-01leI bY t"alin order.
Will 3tlm Htop ait tihe following stattlop.e to
JaIko ailfid l t Oft 'asselgers: Phiuny's
Jlincos and Sailtl Bprings.
J. f. A4 VIVuN, Superintendent
.harlostou aud Wo8ternli arolna ir o,
Augusta and Ashevillo Shbft hie
(Schedle in (Irbot March 1, 1903.)
(Road Dowin.)__ (ReadUp)
12.4 .........Lv Newberry......... Ar 8.10 pm
1.63 pm.......Ar Laurons...... Lv .. L2Vu
2.071pin......... Lv Laurona.. ..Ar* 1.80 pm
8.30 pin ........ArC partanlbirg..... Lv 12 01 pm
3.41v pai.Lv tanJburg. Ar 10.26^m
5.32 p i.......Ar Saluda............... Lv 8. 89 Im
.1m .........Ar Iondersonville Lv 8A5 am
- . .ill..........Xlievile . Lv 7.0 am
J6 In..... Lv Newberry (C.N.&L) 3 10 pm
- r 1 ..... Ar ,a,1rens.................. Ly 2.02 pm
- > ) ..... I,v Latirons-...............Ar 1.4 n "
p .3-. A r Ureen wood........... .Lv 12.44 pna
d - -3 r A33gust3 3-.-. --... v 1U.10 i4vn
2 A i33 '3v Auui.... .. Ar 11.66pLa
.3 l ........Lv 7.. an
- r *orl. Roy I ..........1, v .7 ,40 a'I
-; pill Ni-w1berry'(o N.aLAr
0 ( Pitu Lt i.3ro[IH.. .v 2.02 pmn
2 111 Apor . V lI'su im . AlI. P"I
---- ~ *_4oeallo - -- l2.15.pm
For llrthi- I formItation r0*lativ0 t- rates,
33e . , '-I. nr at <r11I'is
It T hY h N, UnG. Ag . GreenVille 1 U.
EN'' w ,LIAINIMs, GOn. Pass. Al
August4, da
1~. 6. -..n i o 3 'rraic Manager.
Co1 dicwn LaLCD,
(Eastern Standard Time.)
Sotilth bound. Northbound.
Sr'heduIe in' Etroct Sunday, (Jutne 12th3
STATIONS.
H 40 alm Lv Atlanta (1.A.L) Ar. 8 60 pm
10.5 1413311 Athens 6 1v'PM
11 56 am Elberton 5 17;pm
12 ;)3 pin Abbeville 4 05 pm
1 22 pin1 Greenwood 35 -Dim
2 15p Ar Clinton (DIn'r) LV. 2 46 pm
(0.aw.o.)
10 00 am Lv Glelnn Springs Ar 4 00 pm
12 i5 pin lArlanburg 8 30 .pm
p reenville 3 26 pm
(arris Springs)
1 12 piln Waterloo 2 85 pm
I 4- .3 :s r Laurens (Din'r) Lv 2 (7 pm
812 5 6!21 2 85
D'y D)'yVD'y DIyDly DPAY
1X1 ex ex ex
Aml- 311ilgun Sun
711) 70) 202 Lv Laurent; Ar 150 00 Go
725 7 10 20t3) Parks 1 42 861 560
845 7o 2 2 Clinton.. 130 80 625
1115 7 334 Goldvillo 117 800 446
73 800 243 Kinard 110 745 480
143 8 09 249 Gary 105 735 440
9)4 N818 264 Jalapa 107246
N80 - Newberry 1240 796 346
2 32 902 33 4 Prosperity 1282 941 806
24o89 IN :34 Sflght 1223 626 260
1 10 9 '15 :39 Lt Mountain 1219 j 20 240
1 .1" 81(1 36 r)bIapin 1209 (305 220)
1 55 9 io 487 Rilton 1302 655 216
r05 9 55 4 01 WhuIte Rock 1169 660 200
226 1004 47 Ballntine 1164 641 '10
255 10317 4317 Irmo 1146 62R3 182
i 2 t 4 V Leaphart,.. 1140 6.1 119
: 10 45 4 40 oluimibia 11 26 500 1 00
3. C. L.
Columbia
(Union Station)
5 i LvColun, bla3 (A .0. L.)A r 11 3
61 20 Sumflter 9 633
93 20 Ar Chalrleston Ly 7 00
Train"3 53 and3 52 arrivo and depart, from
(3w 133 1(ion depot..
Tralins 22 3131( 85 from A. C. L. froight,deopt
Vest (ierva1Is street, t
For Rates, Timne Talbles, or further infortna
oni call on1 any AgontL, or write to
'. G1. C I LDS, T. Mt. EMERSON,
Sot . Agt. (4en'3 F"rt. & Pass AWLg
0Ilmbia, s. C. WIilminRto)n, N. 0.
C URSE
OF
DRINK
CUREDI BY
ElHTE RIBBON REMEDY
No taste. No odor. Can be given in
ass of water, tea, or coffee without
itient's knowliedge.
White Ribbon Remledy will cure or
stroy.tihe diseased appetite for alco
>hec stimulamts, whether the patient is
confirrmed mnebriat~ a "tippler,'' so
a31 drinker~ or drk kardI. Impossible
'r anyone to have an apptite fr alco
die hq(uors after using White Ribbon
emnedy.
dlorsedl by Members of W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Moor~e, press superintendent of
omanIl's Christian Temperance Union,
antur3a, California, writes: "'I have
stedl White Ribb)on Remedy on very
*sIimate drunk ardsi, and the cures have
eni many. In many cases the Remedy
1s given secretly. Icheerfully recoin
md1( and indorse White Ribbon Remie
.Members of our Union are de
hted to 1 nd anl economical treatment
<iud us.inl our temperance work.''
D)raggists or by mail, $1. Trialpack
(e f3ree byv writing Mrs. A. M. Town..
.d (for year.s secretay of a Woman's
ristian 'I'em perance Union), 218 Tre
mt St., Hoston, Mass. Sold In New
ery by Gilder & Weeks.
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