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" Better Be Wise
i Than Rich."
Wise people are also rich
when they know a perfect
remedy for all annoying dis
eases of the blood, kidneys,
liver and bowels. It is
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which
is perfect in its action.. It
so regulates the entire sys
tem as to bring vigorous
health. It never disappoints.
Qo)tr6- " For 42 years I had goltro, or
swellings on my neck, which was dis
cournglng mid troublesome Rheumatism
also annoyed mo. Hood's Sarsaparilla
cured mo completely and the swelling liss
entirely dlsappeard. A lady lu Michigan
saw my previous testimonial mut used
Hood's and WBB entirely cured of tho same
troublo. Shu thnuked mo for recommend
lng it." Mus. ANNA SUTHERLAND, 400 Lovel
turee*, Kalamazoo, Mich.
Poor Health - " Had poor health for
years, patna in shoulders, back and hips,
with constant henduche, nervousness mut
no appetite. Used Hood's Sarsaparilla,
galnod strength and can work hard all day;
eat heartily und tdeep well, I took lt bo
causo it helped my husband-" MHB.
j'.i.i/.Aiii-.ru J. (Jn i i i.'i, Mooso Lake, Minn,
Makes Weak Strong-"I would give
S5 a bottle for Hood's Sarsaparilla if I
could not get lt for less. It ls tho best
spring medicine. It make? the weak strong."
AI.BKHT A. JAOMOW, Douglautowi), N, Y.
Hood'? rilli euro liver HU; nuu-UrltAtl?g ?nrt
~ only ontliiirtlo to toko with Hooil'i SuriaparUU.
A Few Short ant! Spicy Paragraphs
Tho Tennessee Good Roads Com
mission, which recontly met at Mem
phis, adopted resolutions calling tho
attention of tho Stato Legislature to
tho good roads question and the im
portance of improving tho highways
in Tennessee. They recommend tho
passage of a law authorizing thc usc
of convicts in road building.
Tho Loxingtor. (Ky.) Loader says
that tho Blue Grass District is
awakening to tho necessity of good
roads. Superintendent of County
Hoads Spurr atatcB that bc will begin
to reconstruct several of thc most
prominent turnpikes around Lexing
ton ns soon as tho spring weather
A good roads bill will bo submit
ted to thc Illinois Legislature this
month, which provides that thc gov
ernor shall appoint a good roads
commission which shall select seve
ral highways connecting tho import
ant citicH and towns of the State, to
bo improved at thc expenso of tho
State and of tho municipalities
through which thc roads pass. It is
further proposed to employ convict
labor to break thc atone to bc used
for road building material.
Mecklenburg county is recognized
as tho most prosperous and progres
sive county in North Carolina. It
has won this fair fame more by its
enterprise in building nnd maintain
ing good roads. Beaching out from
Charlotte in many directions arc
firm and clean roads, good in all
weathers and easily kept in repair.
The business of tho city has Leen
increased immensely by these roads
and tito value of farm lands for many
miles around bas increased ?10 to 1??
per cent. An election will soon bc
held on an issue ot $100,000 of bonds
for thc extension of Mecklenburg
county's tine road System. Th?
bouda will surely bo voted and thc
good work carried on. Mecklenburg
shows that she appreciates tho value
of (good roads by protecting them.
After abo has built a road abc pro
tects it sacredly.
It is pretty difficult to find any
interest, good or bad, which would
not bo benefited by good roads.
Every class of society, including
saints and sinners, especially in thc
rural districts, has to uso tho high
ways Thc people who go to ti j
merry-making, a dance or ti mar
riage, na well as those who have to
attend a conference meeting, a con
vention or a funeral, aro compelled
to traverse roads in this country,
which, in some ?casona of thc year,
aro a ?ore trial to their bones and
nerve?, Hot to ?peak of their temper?.
So good roads have their social,
their religious and their political, a?
well a? their business phases. Thc
good old lady who found HO much
consolation in her doctrine of total
depravity ha? her doublt!? in the peo
ple who cling to the old system of
road construction and repair.
Good roads moan
Progress and prosperity.
Bad road? mean
Ignorance and poverty.
For Infants and Children. .
The Kind You Have Always Bought
?lgnaturo of ?^^?^^t?C^^
A handsome monument is to bc
orcotcd by tho women of tho South
in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond,
Va., to tho memory of Mi?? Winnie
Davia, tho "Daughter of top Confed
eracy." It will represent a scated
angel, and will bo carved in Italian
marhlo of tho best quality. Ita
original price was $8,000, but Zolooy,
tho soulptor, on account of bia
friendship for tho Davia family, re
duced thc prico to $1,000.
Oort, domes fa impeached.
HAVANA, Moron 13.-Tho Cuban Mili
tary Assembly In pubMo session Satur
day impeached General M?*iteo Gooier
."'.d rome-,-, .d bli)} from his ooiara&ud ns
Gonorol JU Chief of the Cuban army, tho
first' ballot token resulting lu 20 votos
bel?g cast in support of the motiou to
impeach and remove Geu. Comes against
4 lu opposition. Tho meeting lasted
from 2 until 7 o'clock.
o KN. OOMKZ ISSUES ADPliKSS.
HAVANA, March 18.-Geuoral Maximo
Cornea has issued tho following state
ment to tho Cuban people and army:
"Hy the use of toe supremo faoilltios
with whioh it is oudowod, the assembly,
ropv?o??tiug an army only, has deposed
ino as Commander-in-Chief of the Cubau
army, whioh grado it eonforred upon me
during tho Inst war. As Commander iu
Chiof I always followed the dlotates of
my best cousoiouoo and tho eoll of groat
national doods. I endeavored in all oir
eumstanoos to fulfill my duty.
"Tho assembly oonsldors the foot that
I do not' aid it in effort H to raino loons,
whioh lotor would compromise tho groot-'
OBt flnonoiol and political interests of
Cuba, to bo an OOt of insubordination
and of want of respoot. Tho primary
causo for tho aotion taken against me ?B
my conviotion that Cuba should begin
tho exercise of its own Bovoroignty, as a
republic of union and concord, pro
claimed at Monto Cristo and sustained
unimpaired on tho Hold of battle, free
from all compromiso, keening tho na
tion's honor spotless.
"As for tho rest, os o sincere man, I
confess I thank thom because thoy rollovo
mo of groot political obligations and also
leave mo free to return to my abandoned
homo, which during thirty years of con
tinual st rife for tho good of this country
that I lovo so much, has boon my ono as
piration. Koroignor as I am, I did not
oomo to sorvp tj|i? country by holplng it
to defend its just causo aa a mercenary
soldier, and consequently, since tho op
pressive powor of Spain bas withdrawn
from this land and left Cuba in freedom,
1 havo sheathed my sword, thinking I
liad (hushed tho mission whioh I had
voluntarily imposed upon myself.
No other medicino builds up and forti
nes tho system against, miscarriage as
well ns Simmous' Squaw Vino Wino or
(?on. Lloyd Wheaton, commanding tho
United States Hying column, attacked
and dofcated a forco of 2,000 Filipinos at
Pasig-yostordoy afternoon, BO says a dis
patch from Manilla, indicting a heavy
loss upon thom. Tho American IOBB was
slight. Tho Amorloans captured 350
Kilipinos. Many bodies of rebids killed
in tho engagement aro floating down tho
To tho Confederate Voterons of Oconeo*
Tho annual reunion of tho veterans of
the South has boon appointed to bo hold
in tho City of Charleston. S. C., May
10th to 13th, 18D0. And whilst that city
is expected to ?lo and will do a largo
part, yet it is a matter of Stnto prido
that this, tho closing; reunion of tho
nineteenth century, should bo made a
crowning -success, and hence ovory
county in tho State is hoing called upon,
through tho State Executive Committee,
to make contributions toward the enter
tainment of our follow-votorons, who aro
expected to attend on that occasion in
largo numbers from ovory Southern
State and from all parts of our common
Tho Chairman of tho Committee on
Commissary, in his lottor of recent dato,
addressed to mo as tho member of the
Executive Committee for Goonoo county,
To proporly feed tho veterans, who
cannot lied board, who will require Buch
caro, wo will nood from your county 050
pounds of meat, such as ham, beef, pork,
mutton, eggs, chickens, fto.j 1 barrel
grit?, 2 barrels Hour, ?5 barrels potatooB,
2 barrels meal, 1 hanoi rico, 170 pounds
of butter, pickles, fte., ns you may bo
able to send. If you cannot send in
kind, their value in mouoy will bo
Now, as member of tho Excoutlvo
Committee from this county, 1 direct tho
attention of all veterans of Goonoo, and
especially of the organized comps of U.
(J. V., to tho above suggestion as to sup
plies to be furnished from our county
and request that they will toko prompt
notion in tho matter nod designate some
ono in ench locality who Bhnll bo author
Izod to receive tho contributions of tho
articles specified abovo in kind and re
po' ?, them to mo as gathered and ready
for shipment, and I will give thou propor
direction for tho samo.
S. P. DKNOV.
Mombr.r Ex. Com. for Oconco Co.
March 14, 18SH).
C -A. JE? H7 C3> X uA. .
Boura tho J$ Ino Kind You Have Always Bought
Husbands to Hum.
A railroad conductor from Wash
ington to Baltimore tolls tho follow
ing: I found a lady in black griev
ing profusely. 1 asked, "My poor
madam, can I bo of any help to you,
and what is tho matter?" Sho re
plied, "Oh, conductor, conductor, I
have my husband's remains in thc
baggage car, carrying thom to Balti
more to be cremated." A little fur
ther down thc car a lady just he
handsome as tho other said to nie,
"Conductor, what ails that good sis
tor?" "Madam," I replied, "she ia
carrying tho hotly of her husband to
Baltimore to bo cremated, and I am
surprised at lier groat grief, as it is
her fourth husband." Lady No. 2
began to weep very loudly, and in
great surprise I ?aid : "Madam, you
aro worse than the other sister.
What ails you?" "Oh, conductor,
thc Lord is not good. I have trusted
to the Lord for forty years and never
had nary husband, and thcro is a
woman with husbands to burn."
Rut it can not bo cured by sprays,
washes and inhaling mixtures which
reach only tho surface. The disease is
in the blood, and can only be reached
through tho blood. S. S. S. is tho only
rcnieay which cnn have any effect upon
Catarrh; it cures the disease perma
nently and forever rids the systom of
every traoo of the vile, complaint.
Miss _Jo*le_Owen, of Montpelier, Ohio,
writes: "I was af
flicted from infancy
with Catarrh, and no
one can know the
suffering lt produces
better than I. The
sprays and wash o H
prescribed hy tho doc
tor? relieved ino only
neme]' I used them
constantly" for ten yearn, the disease had a
firmer hold than over. I tried A number of
blood remedios, but (heir mineral Ingredients
settled In ny hones and Kftve mo rheumatism.
I wat? In u lamentable condition, and after ex
hausting all treatment, was declared I non rabie.
Booing ft. 8. B. advertised as a cure for blood
diseuses, I deolded to try lt. As soon as my
system was ?Hider the effect of the medicino
I i m to improve, and after taking lt for
two months I was oared completely, the
dreadful disease was eradicated from my sys
tem, and I have had no "'tum of lt."
Many have been taking leroi troat
mont for yours, and lind themselves
worao now than over. A trial Of
will provo it to ho the right remedy
for Catarrh. It will euro the moat ob
. Kooks mailed froo to any address bj
Swift Speciflo Co., Atlanta, Ca.
A boy iu tho Wiohita sohools,
California, WM suspouded for read
ing the following essay on "panta
Pants are made for naen, and not
moo for pants. Women,are tnado
for mos, and sot pants. When a
man pants for a woman and a wo
man pants for a man, they are a pair
vt pants. Snob pants don't last.
Pants aro like molasses-they aro
thinner in hot weather and thioker
in cold. The man in the moon
ebanges his pants during an eolipso.
Don't go to tho pantry for pants
you may be mistakon. Men aro often
mistakon in pants. Such mistakes
makes breaohes Of promise. There
has hoon muoh disoussion as to
whether "pants" wero singular or
plural. Seems to me when mon woar
pants they aro plural, and when they
don't woar any thoy aro singular.
Men got on a tear in their pants, and
it is all right ; hut wheu tho pants
got on n tear, it is all wrong.-San
Franoise o Call,
Shorten tho tim? of oonfluomont,
strengthen mother end supply breast
milk for obild by using Simmons' Squaw
Vino Wino or Tablos.
Sinoo tho days of Noah intelligent
peoplo have been interested in
woathor conditions. Tho ohlldron
in sohool in tho forties, or boforo
never heard of woathor reports and
they did not know whether 10 or
100 inches of rainfall would bo a fair
averngo for a year. In this Pied
mont region about 42 to 40 inches ?B
tho annual averago, taking a long
series of yonr. The monthly avorngo
is nearly four inches. That quantity
of rain divided into about six show
ers would make what aro called good
seasons. A dry period bogan about
tho first of 1804, or tho fall boforo
that. For four years up to Septem
ber 1, 1808, thoro was a sbortngo of
about 40 inches. Since that time, it
has been partly mado up. We havo
not tho figures before us. but thoro is
still a shortage of about If) inches.
Naturo is a sure paymaster and she
will make it up one of these days.
Tho curativo properties, strength and
ofTcot of Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Medi
cino nro alwayB tho samo. It cannot bo
Tho stories that continuo to como
from Santiago, Cuba, aro not espe
cially re-assuring. Tho peoplo are
not at all unanimous in their desires.
Thoro is a strong element that is in
favor of notifying tho United States
to got out of tho island Ijy July 1, or
look out for trouble. Tho merchant
classes arc working up a sentiment
in favor of annexation to tho United
States. They reason that this ?H tho
only salvation of tho island from a
coniincroiil standpoint. Altogether
tho situation continues unsettled,
and thc final solution of tho problem
is going to be an interesting propo
It appears to bo quito tho popular
thing now-a-days to wear military
clothes. It is said that oven tramps
have been getting military clothes,
and find that they can manage their
begging to hotter advantage by mak
ing it apper that they havo been
soldiers in tho rccont war.
William Morrison, an 18 year old
printers' apprentice, in Boston, has
fallon heir to $20,000,000 by tho
death of an uncle in California
rmc CoUHlKR "devils" wish they
liad mielen in California.
Sweat-shop investigations in Now
York havo found that mon, women
and children work as much nB 18
hours daily, tho men for 45 contB a
day and women and children for
BoftM tho J? lh? Kind You Haw Always Bought
Near Celina, Indiana, Miss Mary
Lloyd is dying of spinal meningitis,
contracted by kissing tho lips of a
A paper called Iirains thus gocH to
ibo meat of an important subject :
"There is hut ono right way to ad
vertise and that is to hammor your
name, your occupation, your busi
ness so thoroughly in tho people's
head, that if thoy walk in their
sleep they will turn their stops to
ward your store. Thc newspaper is
your friend. It helps to build up
tho community that supports you."
Tho house of tho Toxas Legisla
ture has adopted a resolution de
nouncing thc war in tho Philippines
as ono of brutal nonquont. and calling
on Texas congressmen to do what
they can to stop it.
Young husband -I'm just about
dead from putting down this carpet.
Wife-Tho carpet is not heavy.
"No ; hut I have to work in such a
cramped position." "Nonsense; just
imagine you aro on your bicycle."
.-,--4 . ft
)tob childbirth of its terrors and mini
mize tho pain and daugors of labor by
using Simmons' Squaw Vino Wino or
Tho Governor of Illinois hnHsigned
a hill appropriating $.9,000 for a
statuo of Francos E. Willard, to bo
placed in tho rotunda of tho Capitol
--? # o
William F. Richard?, of English,
Ind., owns a brood sow which dropped
fi litter of 14 pigs last Monday ; tho
fifth fitter in three years, altogether
W pi?8? pyory ono of which was
Tho war with Spain rout tho
United States ?carly */)00,000,000f
Hoy 's that for an expansion starter?
Soared by Sign?.
A drummer lost hie way in South
west Georgia oountry, whero tlierej
was a go<?d deal of religions enthu
siasm at that time. So ho just gave
his horso tho rein and made the best |
Presently he was confronted by a
signboard, nailed to a pine tree, at |
the forks of a road. Tho sign read :
?Turn, sinner, turn 1" ,
Tho drummer followed its advice
?md turned on the road no?rost the
A little further on Ito was con
fronted by another sign.
"You are on your way to holl 1"
That was rough, b?t Uko many
another man, ho kept on, says the
Atlanta Constitution. Yet ono moro
sign board faood him :
"Sinner, you aro lost forevor 1"
"God help us 1" oriod tho drum
mer, "botweon all thoso slgus what's
a poor, lost devil to do ?"
"Git right down on yer knocs,"
cried a voice froto the bushes, "an'
pray for morey 1 Down, with you,
an' liollor for graco 1"
That'was too much for him, and,
putting spurs to his horso, ho fled
Uko tho wind ; nor did bo stop until
ho reached ii railro.id where h
signalled a froight train and shook
the dust of that ghostly neighbor
hood from his shoes.
O JLW. f& "J? O 3d. I A..
the /) T Kind You Hare Always Eoufiht
Tho Chilian army ls to be red -?.od
by 6,000 men, and it is rumored at
Valparaiso that tho salo of sevoral
oruiscrs to tho United States ia con
A man never cares anything about
meeting his wife's relations-unless
they aro rich and distinguished.
A largo tobacco company in Win
ston, xi. C., ib Biiu?tilutiiig white
for negro labor.
Solomon in Tennessee
A cortain justice of thc pc J, who
lived in Tennessee, was once trying
a negro for stealing. Among tho
defendant's witnesses waa a girl. It
waa very evident that she was not
tolling tho truth.
Tho magistrate stopped ber in thc
midst of hor testimony and said, "doj
you know whar you'll go if you
swear a lie ?"
"Yea, air," sho roplicd.
"I'll goter torment !"
"Torment ? You'll goter jail, en
from thar you'll gotor thc peniten
tiary, that's whar you'll go."
During tho rest of tho trial abo
spoke thc truth.
If you desire attractive
Job Printing of any descrip
tion Bend it to thc
Courier Job Oilloc.
Jlriufs and Arguments
: : : : a Specialty.
BY virtuo of a Decretal Ordor m ado hy
ins Honor I). A. Townsend, dated
February 22d, 181M1, in tho action of Al
bort Zimmerman, as Executor of tho Inst |
will and testament of James 1). Kay, d
ceased, against W. K. Kay and others, i
will soil at public auction boforo tho |
Sourt IIouso door at Walhalla, S. C., on
Salcsday in April noxt, being tho 3d day
jf April, 1801), at elovon o'clock lu tho
forenoon, or ns soon Microaftor as a salo
jan bo made, tho following described
.eal estato, to wit:
All that piece, parcol or tract of land
utuato, lying and being in the town of
Westminster, State of South Carolina,
"ountyof Oconoo, hounded on tho South
east by tho Methodist Church lot, North
3S8t by tho Southern Railway, Southwest
iy Main Street and West by Cross Street,
md known as tho homo place lot, and
nippnscd to contain two acres, and being
i part of tho six aero lot on which the
laid James 1). Kay lived at the timo of |
All that ploco, parcel or tract of land
utuato, lying and hoing in tho town of
Westminster, bounded hy Ibo Southern
Kail way, lauds of the Blair estato, S. II.
lohns and others, and supposed to con
tain one and ono-half acres, and hoing a
part of tho six aero lot upon which tho
?aid James D. Kay lived at tho timo of |
All that pieco, parcol or tract of land
utuato, lying ami hoing in tho Stato of
South Carolina, County of Oconoo, near
tho town of Westminster, bounded by
lands of J. A. Voyles, R. E. White and
tithers, and supposed to contain two hun
dred imd eighty-threo aorcB.
TERMS OF SALE: One-half cash on
lay of salo, tho halanco in ono yetar, with
interest from day of sale, tho credit por
tion to bo secured by the bond
if tho purchaser, and a mortgage j
if tho premises, with privilege on the
part of tho pure' tor to anticipate tho
payment of tho c. dit portion, with tho
interest duo nt tho ?lato of such payment.
Tho tract of hind last described above
will bo offorod for salo in sep?rate par
i?la, and plata of tho same may ho soon
it tho office of Messrs. Stribling Al- Horn
lon at any time previous to the sale.
As Executor of tho last Will and Testa
ment of James 1). Kay, deceased.
March ll, ittlH). 10-18
Notice to Township
Boards of Assessors.
Clinic Township Boards of Assossorf
X aro requested to moot at my oflice
for tho purpose of assessing the value of
pomonal property on tho days mentioned
below, to wit:
Tho assessors for (Jouter, Chattoogii
Kcowoe and Pulaski townships, on
Wednesday, April fith.
Tho assessors for .Seneca, T?galo, Wag
liner and Whitewater townships,
Thursday, April nih.
Tho County Hoard of ICouallzation will
moot at my oflleo on Tuesday, April IKU
Tho gentlemen mentioned below have
boon appointed Township Assessors, to
Centers-Messrs. J. W, Beardcn, T. B
geese, J,. O. Bruce.
Chottooga--Me;;srs( L. A. King, W. if
Mongohl, W. ;;, Russell.
Keoweo-Messrs. B. A- Perry, J. W.
Mei! ev, T. A. (/rant.
Pulaski-Messrs, Nathaniel Phillips, (?.
0. Arve, P. 1). Rotholl,
Sonoca-Messrs. W. A. Lowery, W. A.
Barron, W. M Campbell.
Tugaloo--Messrs. O, I. Walker, G, E.
Singleton, Albert Zimmerman.
Wagoner-Messrs. J. I), h.heil, H. Y.
McAlistor, J. J. Ansel.
Whitewater-Mossrs. J. L. Talley, IX
I). A le . ander, J. IL Wigillgtoll.
J. P. KEESE,
NOTK-Tho Township Assessors aro
lirepted to appear boforo the Clerk of
tho (uOnrtand bo sworn, which is tho
tinly commission required,
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? Climbing Up ?0 Down Stairs
^ _fj ARRYI?G heavy burdons, washing, iron
KH gflHBBHB0^^^^ LD ing, scrubbing and othor laborious duties
Bi ll 1IH filM^W^T'^ aro productivo of an ouormuuu amount of
X ll "lill c??w^l?fl??i/ 'villi Bufforingamong womon who uro alvoady weak
BB ll il'lnOH)!!wff I li! |Ml ftnt^ Pro^Vft*'0<^.^>y rft'Vft^OH ?f fomalo^lis
?? SSSP&SS?WTI? % Hi IllnS -B obligatory to many womon, but tho Buffer*
fea ~f?^rf\\w\ ?]'?'? j r's i"K >Hnot. This foaturoof thonoueoholdbur
%P ^3??rVJrfl$W?l lili ?l^en8 nuay noon bo romovodifwomon will only
\ ? JCKA!^!IY^ ll t*1-*0 the trouble to loam bow. A fow bottloa of
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mm fi ll I M?l? i A ? kv u I Panacea
7 -I I 111 rr^?\? w--* regulato nil menstrual irregularities,and
mW I ll 1 V *j\ restore tho entire fomalo organism to ito
fl n I ll ? 1-n proper condition.
M =-/ ll v M Write to Tho Ladles' Health Club, (oaro L.
b -/i V \ \\A_188 Gorstlo & Oo.) Chattanooga, Tenn., for in
^N^-< I [ -* formation, freo, regarding troatrae.it of all
I-"-^^J fomalo diseases.
^ BED-FAST FOR A YEAR.
BM G F P Jina mude n most wonderful euro on tho wife of ono of our tcn
I nnts. 'Sha lina been bed-fast for twelve montliB, hut your medicine hus cured
^ her and she ls loud in her praises of snmo. Trrv"VT ""^a ~, ,. ..
Af . IIIXON UROS., Clnlborno, Ala.
FOB BAI.n HY ALL DKUQ018TS, PKICK (1.00 I'BB BOTTI.R.
V L. GERSTLE & CO., Propra.. Chattanooga, Tenn.
For salo by JAMES II. DARBY, Walhalla, S. C.
STATIC OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
PURSUANT TO DECREES OF
THU AFORESAID COURT, in the
cawo mentioned below, I will olYor for
re-sale, to tho highost bidder, at auction,
in front of tho Court Houso, in Wnlhalla,
S. C., on MONDAY, tho Sd day of
ARRU/, 1800, hoing Salesday, be
tween tho legal hours of salo, tho tract
of land below described:
In tho caso of C. W. Pitchford, Plaintiff,
John J. Smith, Dofendant.
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, hoing and situate in Oconco
county, State of South Carolina, on
waters of Cane crook, waters of Little
river, and adjoining lands of Jamos T.
Wilson, W. W. Moss, I. (mod and Mrs.
Airy Smith and tho corporation lino of
Walhalla, containing llfty-cight (?S) acres,
moro or less.
TERMS: One-half cash, balance in ono
year. Crodit portion to boar interest
from day of salo and be secured by bond
of tho purchaser and mortgage of tho
premises. If terms of salo aro not com
plied with in live days the Master is to
rc-advortiso and ro-aoll premises at tho
risk of former purchaser. Purchaser to
pay extra for papers.
Sold at risk of for mor purchasor, Mrs.
E. M. Smith. J. W. HOLLEMAN,
Master for Oconeo County.
March 1(5, 18i>!>. 11 -1.1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OOO NEB COUNTY.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
O. W. Glgnilliat, Plaintiff,
Anno Pitts ct al., Defendants.
I)UHSUANT to a Dooroo of Court,
signed by his Honor D. A. Town
solid, Judgoof tho Sovonth Judicial Cir
cuit of South Carolina, presiding in the
Eighth Judicial Circuit, at his Chambers
at Plckons, S. C., on March 8th, 1801), I
will offer for salo, to tho highest bidder,
at auction, in front of Walhalla Court
Houso, South Carolina, on Monday, tho
?ld day of April, (Sit!), samo hoing Sales
day, within tho legal hours of sale, tho
following described real estate, to-Wit!
All that certain pioco, parcol or tract
of land, situate, lying and being in tho
County of Oconco, of tho State of South
Carolina, adjoining lands of L. O. Davis,
Thomas Tomkin and others, containing
ono hundred and sixty-nine (l(M>) acres,
moro or loss, and hoing tho sumo traci of
land conveyed to Potor Pitts by J. 1$.
Tarrant by deed hearing dato December
TERMS : Ono-half cash on nay of
B'.do, balance in ono year, credit portion
to bear interest from day of salo, and bo
scoured by bond of purchasor and a
mortgage of the promises. Purchaser
has loavo to anticipate payment. Pur
chaser to pay oxtra for papors.
J. W. HOLLEMAN,
Master foi Oconco county.
March |), 181M). lf>}3
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA, 1
COUNTY OF OCONKK. I
IN THE COURT OF PRORATE.
Hy I). A. Smith, Esq., Judgo of Probato.
WllBUKAS, Marion W. Oibsonhns mado
suit to mo to grunt him lottors of
administration o( the personal estate of
and cited:, of ThoiiiiiH L. Oibsou, dc
Theso are, tjioroforp, Jo pito and ad
monish a]l and singular tho kindred ?fid
creditors,of thtiHtdd Thomas J,- Qibsof),
deceased, that they be npd appear
before mo, in the Court of probate, to bo
hold at walhalla Court House, s. C" op
Saturday. April 1st, -18M, after pub
lication thereof, at 11 o'clock in th? fore
noon, to show oauso, if any they have,
why tho said Administration should not
(.Iv. u under my band this bit h day of
March Anno Domini 1800.
( ) I). A. SMITH,
1 L.S. [ Judgo Probate for
( ) Oconco county, S. C.
Publinhed on tho Kith day of March,
1800, 'n tho Keowee Courier and Oconeo
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
COUNTY av CHAIU.KSTON. J
In tlio Comn:on Pleas.
Julia R. Won/.ol, as F.xcoutrix of tlio
Estate of Theodore Wenzel, deceased,
and in hor own right,
Gorman-American Trust und Savings
Hank, et al.
BY VIRTUE OF DECREE, of tho
Court of Common Pleas.for tho
County of Charleston, tiled in tins cause
on, respcotively, tho l?th and 11th days
of March, 181)0, I will offer for salo, hy
Public Auction, in front of tho Court
House, in tho Town of Walhalla, Oconeo
county, on MONDAY, tho .Sd day of
APRIL, 1800, at ll o'clock A. M.," tho
below described real estate in soparato
(1) All those two pieces, parec?? or tracts
of land, situate, lying and being in tho
County of Oconeo and State aforesaid,
near tho Town of Walhalla, tho ono con
taining thirty-four acres, moro or less,
adjoining lands of Theodore Won/.ol, C.
Wundelkon, Mrs. vYnnnor arid others;
and tho other, containing thirty-five
acres, moro or less, adjoining lands of
Theodore Won/.ol. H. D. A. Riemann,
Mrs. Wanner ana others, hoing tho
tracts convoyed to Mrs. Johanna Sophia
Baumgartel by J. G. MichaoliK and tho
German Settlement Society respectively.
(2) Also, All that pioco or lot of land,
situato in Oconeo county, Stato abovo
mentioned, ono and one-fourth uii'G?
South of Walhalla, adjoining lands of C.
Wanner, Mrs. Baumsartel ?nd Theodore
Wenzel, nnd containing llvo and one
fourth acres, moro nr less.*
(:$) A'.'JO, All that picco, parcel or tract
of land, situate, lying mu? hoing in tho
county and Stato aforesaid, about one
half milo South of Walhalla, adjoining
lands of C. Baumgartel and others, con
taining twenty-two and 22/100 acres,
moro or IOHS, being part of tract No. 40
of tho West Union lands of tho Gorman
Sottlonicnt Socioty of Charleston, S. C.
For a moro particular description of tho
lands herein conveyed, reference is mado
to a plat by W. F. Ervin, dated 15th
May, 1882, attached to and recorded with
deed from C. B. Oehinig to Charles
Many, recorded 10th May, 1882, Mcsno
Conveyance Rook "H," pago 200, in said
TERMS OF SALE: Cash, with inter
est from day of salo. Purchaser to pay
nil taxes duo and payablo in tho year
1800, and tho Master for papors to each
lot. W. GIBBES WHALEY,
Master for Charleston County.
March 10, 1800. 11- Ci
THF, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
COUNTY OK OCONKK. I
IN TIIIC rOlTUT OK JMIOMATIC.
BY D. A. SMITH, ESQ., JODOK OK
Whereas, James Seaborn, ns Clerk of
tho Court of Common Pleas for Oconeo
county, South Carolina, has made
suit to mo to grant Hm Letters of
Administration of the c \to and off cols
of Sam Holston, deceased
Theso aro thoroforo to cito and admon
ish all and singular tho kindred and
oreditora of tho said Sam Holston,
deceased, that they ho and nppoar
bofore me, in the Court of Probato, to bo
bell) at Walhalla, S. C., on Tuesday,
April Hth, 1800, after publication there
of, at ll o'olook in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they bavo, why tho said ad
ministration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
1st day of March, Anno Domini 1800.
fT^rri I). A. SMITH, Judgoof Pro
w^-^ ) bato, Ooonoo County. S. ('.
Published on tho 2d day of March,
18O0| in tho KK.OWKH COUHIBH and Oconeo
Moles and Wap for Sale.
rpiIE County Supervisor offors at pr!?
JL. vato sale, one pno-horBo wagon and
three mules belonging to the county,
which can bo ?con at Walhalla, S. C., by
application to Wm, J. Stribling, Clerk,
f f not so sold by Sale day in April ne ? (,
thoy will then l>o sold at public nuotion
to tho highest blddor for cash nt tho
Court House door after tho closo of
ShorlO's and Maslor's salos.
J. M. HUNNIODTT, Supervisor.
March 0, 1800.
Tho appointments for tho Walhalla]
Circuit aro as fellow*:
First ?U?day, Ai Wh?tic??po'a ?it ll ?. ta.} j
Jooasseo at 8 p. m. .
Second Bunday, at Double Springs nt j
ll a. ra. ; Laurel Springs'st 3 p. pa.
Third Sunday, at Coonee at ll a. m.;]
Zion at 8 p. m.
Fourth Sunday, at Fairview at ll a. m. : I
at Newry at 7 p. tu. j '
A. A. MERRITT, P. ?.
Tho following aro the appoiutniouts
of the V, vstniinstor Oirouit for tho year
First Sunday-Jiopowoll, ll a. m.
Nazaroth, 8.80 p. ro.
8oooud Sunday-Westminster, ll a. m. ; j
Kook Springs, 8.80 p. m.
Third Sunday-Co?ter, ll a. m.
Fourth Sunday~- Rook Springs, Ho.
m.i Westminster, 8.80 p. m.
J*, ll. DAGNAL?,, P. C.
West Union Baptist Churoh.
Proaohing overy fourth Sunday at ll
o'clock by tho pastor, Kev. P. J. Ver mil
Sunday school at 10 o'olook o, m.-O,
R. D. Burns, Superintendent.
Prayor mooting overy Suqdoy at oightj
o'olock p. m.
tho St. John's Evango?eal. Lutheran
Sunday School at ll a. m., Mr. J. J.
Divino Sorvlcos in English on tho 2d ]
and 4th Sundays at ll a. m., and on caoh
Thursday at 4.80 p. m.
Connan on tho 1st and 8d Sundays at?
ll a. ra.
! O C C fl O ouus AU?
pkhlivi MELI AELE.
S Souci for our Hlurtratcd Catalogue,
5* nod ora^r di root.
S AUGUSTA EARLY TRUCKER
3 A Sure Hoador. Scod 10o. a paokot.
ALEXANDER SEED CO.,
Condensed Scltcdule In Klfoot
_Doo. 4th. 1808._
STATIONS PSF^SP* *PftUri
- -_No. IV. Ko, II.
Lv. OTmrh-Hton.. 7 10 a m
LT. Columbi?..}. T? 06 a m
" Prosperity. 19 lo n'n
?* Nowborry. 12 26 p m
" Ninoty-BIx. 1 20 p tn
" G roon wood. 7 40 n in 1 66 p ra
Ar. Hodges, -^^^^^^JJ^ 8 00 a in 2 16 p ra
ArTAiilwvlllo.. 8 40" a in 2 45 p tit
Ar. Bolton. ~8"B0"~a tn 8 10 p ra
Ar. Aiiilt'i Boii. ?rn 8 85 p ni
Xr. Groonvtilo.. 10 10 a ni 4 16 p in
fr. At inn fa". ".?'?'...*..._| 8 66 p tn| 0 80~~p tn
STATIONS. . Itt Itt.
Lv. SreenvTHo.,. 6 Go p ra 10 16 a ra
" Piedmont. 0 oo u in 10 40 a ra
" WnilnniHtoii. 0 ?j g ni 10 65 a ni
Lv. Anderson.~~i 45 p ra To 46 a tn
Lv. Bolton . d 45 p ra ll 16 a m
Ar. Donn aids. 716 p m ll 40 a ra
Lv. Abiwvllle. 0 lu g ni ?T &Ta tn
Lv. flTxrgos.] 7 85 p in ll 66 a m
" Greenwood. S 00 p tn 12 40 p ra
" Ntnety-SIx. 12 65 p ra
" Newberry. 2 00 pm
Ar. Prosperity. 2 14 p m
" Columbi ? ..,.. 8 80 p ra
Ar. Charleston. 800 p m
Dully Daily MI-A Tinto 7 IDally Daily
No. VNo.lH_ ~. _ No.ftNoJ?
TfBOp 7 ion Ly... .Charleston.'... Ar 800j) ll 00?
"8 80i\ ll 80n '* .... Columbia." 8 20p ?fi?p
907al2l6p '?.Alnton.Lv 200|> 8 60n
lOOIa 138p ".Bantuo." 123? 7 46p
10 20n 200p "..Union." 1 05p 7 OOo
lOWft 2 22p " .... Jonesville .... ? 12atp 0 58p
1061a 2 87p ".Paeolot_" 12 Up 0 4>p
1125? U 10p Ar.. Spartanbarg.. .Lv ll 45a 0 )6p
11 40a 840p LT.. Bpartnnbnig... Ar ll 22a 0 00p
jj 45p 7O0ptAr,. ..Ashovillo.I.v 8 20a 8 06p
"P," p. tn. "A?' a. m.
Pullman palnce Blooping cars or. Trains 85and
CC, 87 and tia, on A.audO. divinion. Dining cara
on theto trains oorvo all meals Anmute.
Trains lcavo Hpartauburg, A. A C. division,
northbound, 0:46 a.m., 8:87 p.m., 6:10 p.m.,
?Vest?bulo Limited); southbound 12:20?. m.,
:15 p. m., ll :84 a. m., (VoBtlbn)o Limltod.T
Trains foavo Greonvlllo, A. and O. division,
porthbound, 6:60 a. m., 2i84 p. m. and 6i82 p. m.,
(Vestibuled Limited): southbound, 1?36 a. sn.,
iiUO p, m., 12:80 p. m. (Vestibuled Limited).
W.-ulns 0 and 10 oarry olegant Pullman
slsoplng cara between Columbia and Ashovillo
.nrnuto <lally between Jacksonville s?dCKnoln
KKANK 8. GANNON, J. M. OULP,
Third V-P. & Gen. Mgr., Traillo Mgr.,
Washington, D. (X Washington. D. O.
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK,
Gen. Pans. Ag't. An't Gen. Pass. AgH,
Washington, D. C._Atlnii'a.O?.
Condensed Sohndulo of Passenger Trains.
In Kfreot Deo. 4th, 1803.
Ves. No. 18 Pst.Rf I
Northbound. No.lS No. 88 K*. No. 80
Dally i)?lly. 8?in. Dally.
Lv. Atlanta, O.T. 7 60 a 12 (0 m 4 86pll60 p
Atlanta, 1?. T. 8 60 u 1 o0 p 6 86pl2 60 a
" Nororoas.... 0 80 a . ? 28p 100 a
" buford.loon a_? odp .......
" Gainesville... 10 86a 2 22 p 7 48 p 2 28 a
" Lula. 10 68 a f2 42 p 8 08p 2 60 ?
Ar. Oornolla. ll 26 a ta 00 p 8 86 p.
Ly.Mt. Airy.ll 80 a..
* Toocoa.11 58 a 8 80 p. 8 42 n
" Westminster 1281m. 4 80 a
" Seneca. 12 62 p 4 15 p. 4 87 a
" Central. 1 40 p . 6 02 a
" Greenville... 2 84 p 5 22 p. 6 60 a
" Bparlnnhurg. 8.?17 p fl 10 p ? . ? 45 a
i" Gaffneys. 4 20p fl 44 p. 726 a
|M niRokslmrg .. 4 88 p 7 00 p. 7 45 a
" King's Mt ... 603 p. 8 0S a
" G?stenla. 6 26 p .. 8 88 a
Lv. Charlotta .... 0 80 p 822 p. 9 26 a
Ar.Greensboro 0 62 p IO 48 p .12 10 p
Lv.Greensboro. 10 60 n_.
Ar. Norfolk. 7 50 a .
Ar. Danville ll 26 p ll 61 j). 1 ?6 p
Ar. Richmond ... '6 40 a 6*40 a."6 26 p
Ar.Washington. 042 a. 9 10 p
" Baltm'ePRR. 8 wi a.ll 86 p
" Philadelphia. . 10 16 a. 2 66 a
_" New YorU. 12 48 m. 6 28 ?
Fat. ni I ""v?s." No. ll
.nillbbonnd. No. 8ff No. 87 Dully
Lv.H. Y..P.R.R. uTTTT; TUtT, -^7. 77^777.
" PhUadelphla 8CO a 0 56 p .
" Pnlttinore. . fl 81 . 0 20 p .. .
"_Wasliiiig_ton. ll 16 j? 10 W J? ........
Cv. Rieiimond .. ?? ?Tra ?2 01 itt lt lOnt.
Lv. Danville ..... fl 16 p 6 60 a Sip ?.
Lv. Norfolk . .... Tj 86 p ' .
Ar. Greensboro . _ fl 46 a.
Lv. Greensboro 7 24 p 7 06 a 7 87a.
Ar. Charlotte .... 10 00 II 0 % a 12 05in ....
Lv. G?H?.O?.!?.10 ?9 ?. ! 12 p.
" Klng'M Mt. 1 88 p.
" Rlfioksburg .. ll 81 p 10 46 a 20(1 p.
" Gsffueys. ll 40 p 10 68 a 2 24 p.
" Spsrlanburg. 12 20 a ll 84 a 8 16 p.
" Grconvlllo.... 126 a 18 80 p 4 BO p.,
" Central. 626 p STTf.
" Bsneca. S80al8?p6 18p Lt''
" Westminster. flOOp "
" Toflooa. 8 26 a 2 l? p 7 10 p
" Mt. Airy. 788p.
" Oornolla.fi? 00 p 7 40 p 0 86 a
" Lula. 4 16 a f? 18 p 8 14 p fl 87 a
" Gainesville... 4U6 a 887 p 8 40 p 720?
!' jluford. 0 12 p 7 48 a
!? Nororons. 6*6 a. 9 Hi p 897?
?r. Atlanta, IC. T. fl to al 4 65 p 10 80 p 6 80 H
r. Atlanta, O.T. 6 10 is' fl 66 p 0 00 pl S ls I *
H" VP? p. m. ty1' neon. 'iMrtsft?
Cbssapeiitco Linn Bteainers In dally s'srrioo
betw?"" Npi foiU ?nd Baltimore.'
Nos. 87 and BB- -Daily. Washington ?nd 0qi)t))
wssteru Vestibule Llmltod. Through Pullman
slesplnsr care between New York and New Or
leans, Tia Washington, Atlanta and Montgom
erv. and also between New York and Memphis,
via Washington, Atlanta and Dlnntnghsm. Tiret
oins* thoroughfare ooaohes bet wean Washtns
ton and Atlanta. Dining oars serve ?ll meals
fn route. Pullman drawing-room slewing oars
between Greensboro and Norfolk. Oloto op t
saotlon at For/oik for OLD P()f> TOOMFO?T.
Nos. 85 and 80-United States Past Mali
runs solid between Washington and New Or
Usus, via Southern Uallwar. A. * W. P. R. R.
?pd L. A N.'R. lt.. being composed of bsgga?e
ear and cosphj<n, tlit'ouglr without ohariifS tA?
?fsssenuors of all class*?. Pullman drsWlrrs:
room slesplbg cars between New York nod
New Orleans, via Atlauta aud Montgomery.
Leaving Washington each Wednesday, a tourist
sleeping cor will run through between WSSfp
Iputon an4 Han ^ranoisoo without mttn
pilling osle serve all ?neals enrout?. 99
Noj. U,tj7, H8 and li--Pullman sleeping oar?
! ,,i f<tnhniondiiud(!harlqlts. via Dsnvtllp,
?nuthl>mta<l Nps. tl enij 8?, northbo,uipi
jw and 12
VRAKK B. GANNON. M. GULP.
Third V P. 3 Gan. Mgr., Trafrto ifVt,
Washington, D. O. Washington, Jfc O,
W, A. TUKK, S. H. HARDWICK,
Otn'l pats. Ag't,, Ass'tGeu'lPass. Ag'l^
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MUNN & CO.,
001 Ureodwnv. Now Yaric.
Pickens R. R. Co.
tum 10DI)IJ? IN EFFECT JUNE 20TU, le?.
On and after Juno 26th tho following nohotUilo
will bo mu ovor tho IMokons Railroad for tho
purpose of hauling freight and passongoni, vis.:
No. 9. baily Excopt Sunday. No. 10.
Woad Down. Mixed Train. Woad up
4 00 a m.Ev Moxons Ar.7 60 a m
6 00 am.Ar. EftBloy J.v.7 Oft a m
No. 12. Dally Except Sunday. No. ll.
Wad Down. raMlUHi Service Read Up.
t 00 p m.Cv rlokonu Ar.6 46 p n>
1 40 p m.M-Ar Eabloy Ly.BjOftpm
Trains will Btop to tako on or lot off passengers
at tho following crossings: Ferguson's, Par
sons's and Maulum's.
Dopot will bo open for tho receiving and doll/
orv of freight fronv? a. .a. to 12 m.
Wo will mako it to your intorcBt to pationiio
our homo road by giving good service and
. ' J, I JULIUS E. HOOGS, Proaldont.
Approved. J j ,r TA'S LOB, Gen. Manager.
Blue Ridge R. R.
n. O. BEATTIE, KKOBIVKU.
TIME TABLE NO. 10.
SVPEIWEDES TIME TABLE NO.
Eltoctivo 7.00 A. M., July 8, 1808.
Ex. Hun. u,My*
No. No. 12. No. 12
84 .Walhalla....LT.. 8 10am 0 00am
82 ?Wobt Uuiou. 8 20 am 0 00 am
24 ?Sonoca. 8 58 am 0 80 am
18 t Adam's Crossing. 0 17 am 0 48 am
10 t Cherry Crossiug. 0 26 am 0 .48 am
13 .Pendleton . 0 40 am 0 50 am
10 i A nt un. 0 52 am 10 04 am
7 tDenver , .... ....10 04am 10 18 am
. ? ?Audorson... Ar. .10 85 am 10 85 am
No. , No. ll.
0 .Anderson....Ly.. 3 25pm
7 t Don vor. _ 8 58 pm
10 t Antun. 4 05 pm
13 ?Pondloton.4 17 pm
16 tChorry Crossing. 4 20 pm
18 t Adam's Crossing. 4 37 pm
32 ?West Union. 5 64 nm
31 ?Walhalla_Ar.. 0 00pm
(*) Regular Btop; (t) Flag station.
All regular trains from Andorsou to
Walhalla havo right of traok ovor trains
of tho samo class moving in oppoBito
direction, UUIOBU otherwise specified by
Will OIBO stop at tho following station.i
to take on or lot off pasBongors : Phin
noy's, James and Sandy Springs.
No. 12 commets with Southern Railway
No. 0 at Andel HOU.
No. ll connoots with Southern Railway
No. ll at. Sonoca.
J. R. ANDKKSON,
^Ltlixntic Coast JLiino,
Wilmington, JV. G., February 84, 1807.
Fast Line Between Charleston
and Columbia and Upper South
Carolina and North Carolina.
In effoct Fobruarly 24th, 1807.
Loavo Charleston. 7 00 a no
" Lan?s. 8 20 u
44 Sumter. 0 85 "
Arrivo Columbia.10 65 "
M Prosperity.1168 pm
" Nowborry.12 10 **
44 Clinton.12 60 "
?? Laurens. 1 16 "
'* Groonvillo. 8 00 "
44 Spartanburg. 8 00 "
M Winnsboro. 0 15 pm
" Charlotte. 8 20 44
" Hondorsonvillo. 6 03 "
" Ashovillo. 7 00 "
Loavo Ashovillo. 3 20am
" Hondorsonvillo.0 16 "
" Spartanburg.ll 45 "
" Groonvillo.ll 60 "
" Lau rons. 1 45 "
" Clinton. 2 10 "
44 Nowborry.52 61 "
41 Prosperity. 8 13 44
44 Columbia. 6 15 44
Arrivo Sumter. 0 35 44
44 Lanes. 7 48 44
44 Charleston. 0 25 44
Nos. 52 and 53 Solid Trains botweon
Charleston and Columbia. S. C.
H. M. EMERSON,
Gon'l Posfiongor Agent.
J. R. KENLY,
T. M. EMERSON,
SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA
Timo Tabla in EIToot January 1st, 1809.
I v Columbia. 0 45 am
Ar Branohvillo. 8 52 am
Lv Branohvillo.'0 05 om
Ar Charleston,.ll 00 am
Lv Col um bia.. 3 55 pm
Ar Charleston. 8 17 pm
Lv Charleston. 7 00 am
Ar Columbia.ll 00.am
Lv Charleston. 6 80 pm
Ar Branchville. 7 35 pm
Lv Branohvillo. 7 60 pm
Ar Columbia.10 10 pm
(East Bound-Daily oxcopt Sunday.)
Lv Columbia. 8 55 pm 0 20 nm
Ar Camdon. 0 88 pm ll 40 am
Lv Camdon. 8 45 am 8 00 pm
Ar Columbia.ll 00 am 5 30 pm
Lv Columbia. 0 45 am 8 55 pm
Ar Branohvillo. 8 62 nm 0 02 pm
Ar Augusta.ll 51 am- 10 45 pm
Lv Augusta. 0 ?0 ?ip 8 65 pm
Ar Branchville.8 52 om ft m bm
Lv Bronobvlllo. 8 68 am 7 60 bm
Ar Columbia- . 4j QQ am If) 10, brr}
AUGUSTA AND WASHINGTON
Lv Augusta. 2 30 pm
Ar Aikon. 8 00 pm
Ar Denmark.. 4 12 pm
Lv Denmark. 0 17 am
Ar Aikon.. . V lp ?Ul
Ar Augpflto.'ll. ,. 7 fifi
Trains leaving Charleston at 7.00 ft. m.
and arriving at Columbia at 11.00 a. m.
run solid from Charleston to A?llOVU^Pi '
Through sloeo?r o/j train leaving
Charleston at &.?0 p. m. for Atlanta, opik
needing at Branphvillo with train leaving
Columbia at fl.45. p. in,
Any further information erm bp olp
fained from R. I,. SflAy,
Union Tiftkot Agout,
Union Dopot, Columbia, 8, C,
U A. EMERSON, Trafilo Mgr.,
Charleston, S, ?,