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The Abbeville Press and Banner,
BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1900. ESTABLISHED 1844
Superintendents of Exhibits
TfiE ABBEVILLE STREET FAIR?CARNIVAL
A BIG SHOW AND A GRAND SUCCESS IS
The undersigned takes this method of calling the attention of the several
Superintendents of Exhibits at the Street Fair and Carnival to be held at this
place on the 17th, 18th, and 19th inst, and also the members of the various committees,
to the fact that it is now leas than a week until the Carnival opens.
/ .i-;_ tumiM nr<?o them anrl fill nthpr citizens of OUT tOWO I
lu View 01 IU1H lack, uc ttww.v.
and county, who would like to see old Abheevile bearoff the palm for the best and
most successful Carnival of the many that are to be held during the summer and
fall months under the auspices of the Seaboard Air Lioe system, along its different
lines of railway in the South, to be up ajd doiug. With a little effort on
the part of the numerous committeemen, a very creditable exhibit can be gotten
up under each and every head.
, Let each one urge bis or her neighbor to enter something. It need not
be much by any single individual to aggregate and amount to a big display if
only enough will take a hand in it. '
All exhibits, except those of live stack, should be brought in and entered
under their appropriate heads, on Saturday or Monday prjor to the opening day
?live stock can be brought in on Monday afternoon or j^yyTuesday morning.
The Superintendents of the different departmen&'pijli be on hand prepared
to take charge of the exhibits coming uuder their resj^^e beads at the time
above indicated. R.E.Hill,
Abbeville, July 11,1900 Preslctent&f'the Carnival.
Grand Army of the Gray.
k General Orders^toi?[90o'
To every Soldier Boy who wore Gr^y'-anid marched under the
Southern Cross and to the Strains of Di^e.j?'5fou are earnestly requested
to prepare four days rations and start W) the early morning before
the Opening Dav of the Southern CaniCTft^-to bo held at,
ABBEVILLE, Sf C. .
On account of your age you are not reared to go on foot, but to
prepare your one or two horse ifragon with ^iaiuitable, cloth cover to protect
you from sunshine and raiii, and to bring wilfi you your children,
grandchildren and kinspeople4. , /' '
Ample camping-grounds, well supplied' wifcb water for men and
beast, will be free for you and your friends.
On the second day of the Greft Southern Carnival, you will be expected
to join in the processions and, once march to the Tune of Dixie
/ and give the usual Southern Yell for the Stars and Bars and the South'
. !ei;n Cross that will be honored once inore. w >.
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*. You will have the pleasure of hearing several speeches by distinguished
Officers who served under Lee, Jackson, Johnson, Hampton
Wheeibf and owners. l1^
' ; There should bean organizatibvof the Boys in your Township to
arrange for this occasion and to assist every old Soldiet?"io ateml who is
not financially, able to do so. / *
For information address. r
* J. Fnlfe^uyou,
Commander-in-Chief,' AUbeville, S,C.
W. A. Templeton,
Of Confederate Veterans,
JULY 18, 1900.
TKo AkKonilln Dnnflmant IT f \' mm 11 uaaomlilp at. Ahheville Oil that lltlV
j ut fiuuv?uio ivv^ iuivuv w v. ? . n it* a^ou.Mv/iw ? , ,,
, by order of J. Fuller Lyon, Colonel Commanding. General Walker and ueneral
Carwile with other speakers will be present.
The Parade will be on horseback. Come with saddles so as to take part.
T he people of Abbeville will furnish various attractions for the entertainment
of the day
Dinner will be Furnished all Veterans
Bring all relics of the war you can find
W. A. Templeton, Adjutant.
Adopted at Kansas City, Jnly 5, 1000.
We the representatives of the democratic
parly of the United States, assembled Jn national
convention on the anniversary of the
adoption of the Declaration of Independence,
ao reaffirm our faith In tbat Immortal proclamation
of the Inalienable rights of man
and our allegiance to the constitution framed
in harmony therewith hy the fathers of the
republic. We bold with the United States
supreme court that the Declaration of Independence
Is the spirit of our government, of
which the constitution Is tbe form and letter.
We declare again that all governments insti
tuted among men derive,their Just powers
from the consent of the governed; that any
government not based upon the consent of
the governed is a tyranny; and that to lm
pose upon any people a government of force
(b to substitute tbe methods of imperialism
for those of a republic. Webold thai tbe constitution
follows tbe flag, and denounce the
doctrine thit an executive or congress deriving
their existence and tbelr powers from tbe
constitution can exercise lawful authority beyond
It, or in violation of It. We assert that
no nation can long endure half republic aDd
half empire, and we warn tbe American people
tbat imperialism abroad will lead quickly
and Inevitably,to despotism at borne.
porto rican, policy.
' Believing In'these fundamental principles,
we denounce the Porto Rlcan law enacted by
a republican congress; against tbe protest
and opposition of the democrntlc minority as
a bold and open violation of the nation^ or*
Kanic law and la flagrant breach of tbe national
good faith. It imposes upon tbe people of
Porto Rloo ^'government wltbout representation.
It dishonors tbe American people by
repudiating a solemn pledge made in tbelr
benalf by ibe commanding general of our
army, which tbe Porto Rlcans welcomed to a
peaceful and unresisted occupation of tbelr
land. It doomed to poverty and distress a
people whose helplessness appeals with peculiar
force to our Justice and magnanimity. In
this, the first aot of its imperialistic program,
the republican party seeks to commit tbe
United States to a colonial policy, inconsistent
with republican Institutions and tconrtnmnftd
bv tbe sunreme court in numerous
decisions. " . " jjJ;
CUBA MUST BE FREE.
We demand the prompt and honest fulfillment
of oar pledge to tbe Cuban people and
the world that the United States has no disposition
no Intention to exercise sovereignty,
Jurisdiction or control over the Island of
Cuba except for 1U paclflcattoh. Tbe war
ended nearly two years ago, profound peaoe
reigns over all the island, still tbe administration-keeps
tbe government of the lalaiid,
from its people while republican carpet-bag
officials plunder its revenues and exploit the
colonial theory to the dlgrace of the Philippine
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PHILIPPINE POLICY UN-AMERICAN.
We condemn and denounce tbe Phlllnplne
policy of tbe present administration. It has
involved tbe republic In unnecessary war,
sacrificing tbe liven of many of our noblest
sons and placed tbe United States, previously
known and applauded throughout the world
as tbe champion of freedom, In tbe false and
un-American position of crushing with military
force tbe efforts of former allies to
achieve liberty and self-government. The
Filipinos cannot be citizens without endangering
onr civilization; they cannot be subjects
without Imperiling our form of government,
and as we are not willing to surrender
OUT Civilization or lucuuvon iuc lepuunv iuw
an empire, we favor an Immediate declaration
of the nation's purposes First, a stable
form of government; second, Independence,
and third, protection from outside Interference
sucb as has been given for nearly a century
to the republics of Central and South
The greedy commercialism which dictates
the Pbllllpplne policy of the republlcad administration
attempts to Justify It with the
plea that it will pay, but even this sordid and
unworthy plea falls when brought to the test
of facts. The war of criminal aggression
against the Filipinos, entailing an annual expense
of many millions, has already cost
more than any possible profit that could accrue
from the entire Philippine tr&de for
years to come. Furthermore, when trade Is
extended with the expense of liberty the
price Is always too hlgb.
TWO KINDS OF EXPANSION.
We are not opposed to territorial expansion
when it takes in desirable territory which can
be erected into states In the Union and whose
people are willing and fit to become American
citizens. We favor expanlon by every
peaceful and leglmate means. But we are unalterably
opposed to seizing or purchasing of
distant Islands to be governed outside the
constitution and wbose people can never be
We are la favor of extending the republic's
Influence among tbe nations, but believe tbat
tntluenoe should be extended not by force and
violence, but through the persuasive power of
a blgh and honorable example.
The importance of old questions now pending
before the American people is In no wise
diminishing and tbe democratic party takes
no backward step from its position on them,
but tbe burning issueof Imperialism growing
out of tbe Spanish war Involves ibe very existence
of the republic and the destruction of
our free institutions an<1 we regard It as the
paramount issue of the campaign.
The declaration In the republican platform
adopted at tbe Philadelphia convention, held
In June, 1000, tbat the republican party
"steadfastly adheres to the policy announced
in the Monroe doctrine," is manifestly Insinonri
Hpf?Antl</p. This nrofession is contra
dieted by tbe Avowed policy of that party In
opposition to the spirit of tbe Monroe dootrlne
to acquire and hold sovereignty over
large areas of territory and large numbers of
people in the eastern hemisphere. We insist
on the strict maintenance ot the Monroe doctrine
and in all its integrity, both in letter
and in spirit as necessary to prevent tbo extension
of European authority on this continent
and as essential to our supremacy in
American affairs. At the same time we
declare tbat no American people shall ever
be held by force in unwilling subjection to
We oppose militarism. It means conquest
abroad aod in InttmidatlOD and oppression at
home. It means tbe strong arm which has
ever been fatal to free institutions It is what
millions of the citizens have fled from in
Europe. It will impose upon our peace Jovlng
people a large standing army and unnecesssary
burden of taxation and a constant
menace to their liberties. A small standing
army and a well disciplined state militia are
amply sufficient In time of peace. This republic
has no place for a vast military service
When the nation Is in danger the volunteer
soldier jb his country's best defender. The
atloD&l guard of the Untied Slates should
ever be cherished In the patriotic hearts of a
free people. Such organizations are ever an
element of strength and safety. For the first
time In our history and coeval with the Philippine
conquest has there been a wholesale
departure from the time honored and approved
system of volunteer organization. We
denounce it as un-American, undemocratic
and un-republican and as a subversion of Ihe
ancient and fixed principles of a free people.
TllUSTS AND MONOPOLIES.
Private monopolies are indefensible and
intolerable. They destroy competition, control
the price of all material, and of the finish- i
ed product, thus robbing both producer and |
consumer. They lessen energy and small
capital of their strength lessen the employ-!
ment of labor and arbrltrarlly fix the terms !
and conditions thereof and deprive individual\
energy and small capital of their opportunity i
They ate the moat efficient means yet
devised for appropriating the fruits of Indus. I
try to the benefit of the row at the expense of
thp ibmv and unless their Insatiate ereed is
checked all wealth will be aggregated in a
few hands and the republic destroyed. The
dishonest palterlof.wnb the trustavH by the
republican partyvfo"state and national platformn
in conclusive proof of the trntb of the
charge that trusts are legitimate product of
republican policies, that they are fostered by
republican laws and that they are protected
by the republican administration In return,
for campaign subscriptions and political
UNCEASING WAR AGA1K3T THE TUVSTS.
We pledge the democratic party to an unceasing
warfare in nation, state and city
against prlvalt monopoly in every form.
Existing laws against trusts must be enforced
and more stringent ones must be enacted
providing for publicity as to the affairs of
corporations engaged in interestate oom.
merce and requiring all corporations to show,
, before doing business outside of tbe state or
their origin, that they have no watan In their
stock and mat tbey have not attempted and
are not attempting to monopolise any branch
of business or the production of any article
of merchandise, tbe malls and all moc\ea of
interMittte^'iumunlcation Raall be exercised
by tbe enactment of- comprehensive laws
upon tbe subjects of trusts. Tariff laws
sbould be amended by putting the products
of trusts upon tbe free list to prevent monopoly
under tbe plea of protection,
Tbe failure of tbe present republican administration
with an absolute control over
tbe branches of the national governmen t to
enaot any legislation designated to prevent nr
even curtail tbe absorbing power of trusts
and Illegal combinations, or to enforce tbe
anti-trust laws alieady on the statute books
prove tbe Insincerity of tbe blgb sounding
phrases of tbe republican platform.
Corporations should be protected in all
tbelr rights and their legitimate interests
should be respected, but an? attempt by corporations
to interfere with the public aftairs
of tbe people or to control tbe sovereignty
which'creates them, should be forbidden under
such penalties as will make such attempt
. li'ii'MNOLEY TARIFF.
Wecoademn the Dingley tariff ax a fust
breeding; measure, skilfully devised to give
the few layon wblch they do not deserve and
to place upon me many ourueus wuicu iuojt
should oot Dear.
We favor snot) an enlargements 0/ tbe scope
of ibe interstate commission to protect
Individuals and communities from discriminations
and tbe public from unjust and unfair
AMERICAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM DEMANDED.
We re-afflrm and endorse the principles of
tbe national Demooratlo platform adopted at
Cblaago la 1896 and, we reiterate the demand
of tbat platform for'ao American financial
system made by tbe American people for
themselves which shall restore and maintain
a bimetallic price level and as part of snob
system tbe Immediate restoration of tbe free
and unlimited coinage of sliver and gold at
the present-legal ratio 0410 to 1 without
waiting for Ibe aid or consent of any other
We denounce tbe ourency bill enacted at
the last session of congress as a step In tbe
Republican' policy wb lob alms to discredit
tbe sovereign right or tbe national government
to Issue all money whether coin or
paper and to bestow npoh national banks tbe
PQwer to Issne and oontrol tbe volume of
oaperlnjoney for thelr own benefit. A permanent
national bank currency, secured by
government bonds, most have a permanent
fcbt.to rwrtf npoo aud if tbe.banh ourrenoy
Istolnorease with population and business'
tbe debt must also increase.
[ 'The Republican ourrenoy scheme Is, therefore;
a.scheme for fastening upon tbe taxpayers
a < perpetual and growing debt for
tbe benefit or the banks; We are opposed
to tbls private corporation paper circulated
as money, but wltbont legal tender qualities,
and demand tbe retirements of tbe national
bank notes as fast as government paper or
silver certificates can be substituted for tbem.
ELECTION OF SENATOBS BY THE PEOPLE.
we ravor an Hraeuunutjiu iu iuo leuoroi
constitution providing for the election of
United States nenaiors by a direct vote of the
people and direct legislation wherever practicable.
LABOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE CABINBT.
We are opposed to government by injunction
; we denounce the black list and favor
arbitration as a mean* of settling disputes
between corporations and employes.
In the Interest of American labor and tbe
uplift lot; of the forking man as the corner
stone of tbe prosperity of oar country we
recommend that congress create a department
of labor In charge of a secretary with a
Beat in tbe cabinet, believing that the elevation
of tbe American laborer will bring increased
prosperitv to our country at home
and commerce abroad.
FAVOR LIBERAL .PENSIONS.
We are proud of the courage and fidelity or
the Amerloah soldiers and sailors in all our
wars: we favor liberal pensions and we
reiterate tbe portion taken la tbe Ubloago
platform In 1890, that the fact or enlistment
and service shall be deemed conolusive evidence
against disease and disability before
We ravor tbe immediate construotion, ownership
and control of tbe Nlcaragnan canal
by tbe United States and we denounce the insincerity
of the plank in tbe National Republican
plaUorm for an Isthmian canal in tbe
face of tbe (failure Republican majority to
pass tbe bill pending in congress.
We condemn the Hay-Pauncefote treaty as
a surrender of American rights and interests
not to be tolerated by tbe Amerloan people.
We denounce tbe failure of tbe Republican
party to carry oat its pledges to grant statehood
to the territories of Arizona, New Mexico
and Oklahoma and we promise the people
of these territories Imavedtate statehood and
bomerule during their condition as territories,
and we favor home rale and a territorial
form of government for Alaska and Porto
Weravoran Intelligent system or improving
tbe arid lands or the west, storing tbe
waters lor purposes of irrigation and tbe
holding of such lands for actual settlers.
NO ENTANGLING ALLIANCES.
.We favor thecontlnuanceand strict enforcement
of tbe Chinese exclusion law and Its
aDDlicatlon to the same classes of all Asiatic
Jefferson said: "Peace, commerce and honest
friendship with ell nations; entangling
alliances with none." We approve this
wholesome doctrine and earnestly protest
agalDst the Republican departure which has
Involved us In so-called world politics, Including
the diplomacy of Europe and the
intrigue and land grabbing of Asia, and we
especially condemn the ill-concealed Republican
alliance with England which must
mean discrimination against other friendly
nations and which has already stifled the nation's
voice, while liberty is being strangled
SYMPATHY FOR BOEK3.
Believing in the principles of self-government
and rejecting as did our forefathers, tbe
claim of monarchy we view with indignation
the purpose of England to overwhelmn with
forctLtbe South African republics. Speaking
as we do for the entire American nation, exoept
Its Republican office holders and for all
free men everywhere, we ezteBd our sympathies
to tbe heroic burghers In their unequal
otvimrvia tn rnolntoln t.holr HhArfv nnrt IndA*
We denounce tbe lavish and extravagant
appropriations of recent Republican conresses
which threaten the perpetuation of the
oppressive war levies. We oppose the accumulation
of a surplus to be squandered In
such barefaced frauds upon tbe ta&payers as
the shipping subsidy bill, which under tbe
false pretense of fostering American shipping,
would put unearned millions Into tbe pockets
of favorite contributors to tbe Republican
We favor the reduction and speedy repeal
of tbe war taxes and a return to tbe timehonored
Democratic policy ol strict economy
in governmental expenditures.
Believing that our most cherished Institutions
are in peril, that tbe very existence of
our constitutional republic Is at stake and
that the decision now to be rendered will determine
whether or not our children are to
enjoy those blessed privileges of free government
whlob have made the United States
great, prosperous and honored, we earnestly
ask for the foregoing declaration of principles
the hearty support of the liberty-loving
A moi-lnon nnAnlo rooarHl^fifl nf nrfiVinUR
NUIe Trips f rom t'hurlcHtwn, S. t'.,dur*
iiiiC Annunl Mceliui; National Ed.
ncntlon, July 14, 1000.
Southern Hallway will sell side trip tickets
from Charleston, S. C.. at rate of one first
clasR for the round trip to St. Autrustine. Fla.,
PooeaoolH, Kla., Mobile, Ala., New Orleans,
La., Meridian. Miss.. Birmingham, Ala.,
Cb&ttanongo, Tenn.. Bristol, Teno., White
Rulphur Sprlncs, Va., Washington, D. C.,
Norfolk, Va., and Intermediate points.
Tickets will he sold July 14th, 1000, with
final Jnly 39th, 1900, to holders of return portions
of round trip tickets sold to Charleston,
3.0?aooount Annual Meeting National Edu
catlon&l Association. Sucii return portions
of round trip tickets to be deposited with
Agents from whom side trip tickets are purchased.
Agents will Issue receipts for tickets
so deposited and upon presentation ot said
reoelpts will return to original purchasers the
return portions of round trip tickets deposits
' For detailed Information apply to any
agent of the Southern Railway, or its connections
If you* need an apatlaer oall at tha Speed
.''Nunal|*V Candy fresh every week al
Mtlford's fcmg Store, I'hone 107.
0. P. HAMMOND, W. D. ADDIE,
Propt, and Mangr, ______ Superintendent,"
Mm lid) l tea to.
Notice! Patronize Home Enterprise.
WE WILL BE PREPARED IN A FEW DAYS TO SUKVU YUU
in the Laundry Business, and it is our intention to do first-class work
at regular prices.
When we commence work visitors are perfectly welcomed at the Laundry,
and we will take pleasure in showing you how the work is done.
I have secured the services of an experienced Laundryman, and we
Special rates given to young men where we get their
I will run a Laundry Wagon and gather up all work
to be done and deliver same latter part of the week.
HOLD YOUR WORK OVER FOR US * J>
And we will appreciate it. Handbill*, will be circulated giving
terms and opening day. Soliciting your worfc, I am
Yours for work, ' -v;
C. P. Hammond.
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At Haddon's During Month of June.
Fancy Silks for waists and summer dresses at reduced prices.
5 boxes White Indian Linon, worth 25 and 35c. Now 20 and
25c. This lot is extra wide and beautiful quality.
A Big Bargain in Colored Piques, worth 10 and 12 l-2c.
Now 8 l-3c.
Special Values in Printed Lawns and Dimities.
Pastel Shades in silks and ribbons to>match very cheap.
R. M. HADDON <& CO.
\ Having bought out the interest of mk. t
f Weetfleld la the Abbeville Bakery, we are now ready lor A
S tbe basinets of 1900. We keep a fresh lot ol
^ Cakes/Pies, Bread, Bolls, '
i Cinnamon Bolls, Kisses, f
> And Lady Fingers. ^
\ Also anything In Canned Goods, Staple and Green Groce- A
A ries, Butler, Candles and Nats. T
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J J. 11. f
OUR LINE OF " ,
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DRUGS, I InEDlCINES,
Is complete and the prices are as
low as the lowest.
The Speed Drug Co.
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rIF YOU WANT ANYTHING IN THE WAY
OF GROCERIES, FROM A....-i ?
5c Can or Potted Hani to a Barrel of the Finest Flour,
a Good Shot Gun, a Wash Pot, Bneketa, Tubn, Ac., 1
or Staple Dry Goods. Clothing Hat A or Caps,
...CALL ON...' ? ' ?
AMOS B. MORSE
W. D. BAKKSDALK
We Have the Biggest Bargains in the Writing Paper, Etc,
Nice linen, ruled or unruled note at 5c quire.
Splendid legal cap or fools cap at 10c quire.
Large square envelopes at 5c package.
Large linen envelopes at 5c package.
Big lot musquito netting cheap.
Mason fruit jars, quarts and half gallons.
Big lot canned goods cheap and fine.
Cream freezers, all sizes, from 11.75 up.
A few straw hats left at cost.
Nice French candy in bulk.
Glassware. Lots of it cheap.
Special in our own make ?f bottled soda. Very fine in all flavors. Mad<
out oi 11one arteHian water.
W. D. HARKSDALtE.?
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for the ladles can always be found at our
establishment. We have
* All T.at.Ast Pall Stvles. J>
We have gathered them from the centers of
ash Ion, and they form a
R Ladles, you can save money,
ne, by buying your Mlllis..
For your own sall?on,
pay us a visit.
Condanaed Schedule in Efflaot ^
May 6th, 1900. . ' '
1 Dailv i ./Billy
STATIONS. Xo. IS. I'No. 1L
Lt. Charleston 11 00 p ni' 7 00 a m
* Summerrllle. 12 00 a'J 7 41 a ni
" Branchville 1 55 a it 8 66 a m
" Orangeburg 2 50 an' 9 28am
" KingviUe 4 30 a a 10 15 a m
Lt. Savannah 12 06 a m
" Barnwell f 99 m
" Blackville. ^ g
.tfr. Columbia 7 00 a^m
V" Prosperity 8 14 a\pi 13 10 a n
M Newberry 8 30 a aa 12 25 p m
? Ninety-Six. 9 30 a lUl 20 p m ^
" Greenwood. 9 50 a mpVl 66 p m
At. HddgM. 10 15 a m P m
Lv..Abbevlll*. ~T. 935 a m 1 8o"p m
Ai^. Belton 11 15 a id 8 10 p a y*
T,vr Atiriftifura ! 10 45 a m 2 85 p aI ^
At. Greenvili*. 12 20 p m 4 IS p m /.
Aw A+inntjiJn?in.Time) 3 55 d m 9 00 p m '*>
STATIONS. isWe. 'i
? Williamaton 62i p m 10 66 a m
Ar. Ander?oa 7 15 p m 11 40 a m
Lv.Bolton H }? i
A,r Donnaldi < 1? p m 11 40 a ill
Ar. Abbeville. 8 10 p m 12 26 pm
?" . Hodge* I^pm US!!
At. Greenwood i~pmH>*tP
- Ninety-Six 8 83 p m 12 66pm
- Newberry S?pm
m ProsDOritT.. 046pm 2 14pm
? SbU..... 1190 pm 8 30 pjm
Ar. Blftckvilla.???? ? W
i m Barnwell ??9*m
- yavannah .. .. 6 lo a m
?v. Kingville 2 32 a m "148 p m
" Orangeburg. 8 45am 6 88pm ,
" Branchville 4 25 a m 6 15 p m
aummerviiio i o o? a iui i *o j# u*
Ar.Charleston ..! 7 00 a ml 8 16pm
11 00 p 7 00 a Lv..Charleston..Ar 8 15 p 7 00 a
li 00 n 7 41 a " Summerville " 7 28 p 5 62 a
166 a 8 55 a " .Brancbville. " 6 16 p 4 26 a
I 60 a 9 23 a "Orangeburg" 5 88p 8 46 a
4 80 a 10 15 a " Klngville " 4 43p 2 82 a
IS 06a Lr..Savannah Ar 6 16ft
400a..- "..Barnwell.." 8 20a
il6a " ..Blackville.. " 8 06 a
80a 11 40a " Oolumbia.. " 3 30p 9 80p
OTal2 20p " . ..Alston.... " 2 80p 8 60a
1044& 1 28p " . .Santno... " l&p 7 46p
10 ? a 2 00 p " - Union ' 12 46 p 7 10 p
10 89a 2 22 p " ..Jonesrtlla.. " lagp 0 Stp
? Si 2 87 p " ....Pacolet.... " IB Up C 42&
11 28 a 8 10 p Ar Spartanburg Lv 11 46 a 15 p
1140a 8 40 p Lv Spartanburg Ax 11 17 a 0OOp
8 60 p 7 15 p Ar...A3hevlll9 ,..Lv 8 00 a 8 Q6p
"p * p. m. "A" a. m. "IT' $lgbt.
double daily service biStwhbw
OHARLEStON AND GREENVILLE.
Pullman palace sleeping cara on Trains fgaad
fS, 87 and 8o. on A. ana C. division. Dining oan
onthew trains serve nil meals anroute.
Trains leave Spartunburg, A. & C. division,
northbound, 7:08 a. m., 8:37 p.m., 0:18p. m.,
/tr^MVnla oAntKVvAnnH 1Q?9fl a m
i:15 p. m., 11:34 a. m., (Vestibule Limited.)
1 rains leave Greenville, A. and C. division,
northbound, 8:00 a. m., 2 :tM p. m. and 6:22 p. vy,
(Vestibuled Limited)[southbound, 1:80 a. m.,
4:80 p. m., 12:80 p. m. (Vestibuled Limited)
Trains' 18 ,and 14?Elegant Pullman Pur lor
oars between Charleston and Atheville will be
Inaugurated about June 1st.
Trains IS and 18?Pullman Sleeping cart be1
tween Charleston and Columbia; ready for ocoupandy
at both points at 9.30 p. m.
Elegant Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping
oars between Savannah and Asheville en route
daily between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
fBanks, gannon. j. m. culp,
Third V-P. Sa Gen. Mgr., Traf. Maixanr,
Washington, D. C- Washin gtoh, D. OL
W. A. TURK, 8. H. HARDWICK,
Gen. Pas. Ajftnt, A. Gen. Pas. Agent,
/ Washington. D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
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ij 10-# lmen sbeetlDg at Haddon's.
For new up-to-date neck wear look at Haddon's.
Shoe-laces. Rhoe-honiR, polish for tnu, black
Kiid vict-kltl, blacking, etc., nt Cobb & MrI