Newspaper Page Text
tle of prohibition, a m11an of 11prlight
cliaracter and)(I irreproactihblo Vilralcity
in hill testilionly before a (Ianladian
cimmlission Onl tho lignor01 traffiv, do.
clared that, thero wits no Stato inl the
Uniion Whero miouro li<pIor was con
sImed ill Irop1Ortion to 1)0p)1ltion
than in Maiiin pi ior to the passago of
tiho prohibitory law. It was thon one
of the poorest St ites, and under pro
iibition it has become one of the most
prosperous, largely the result of say
ings by the pvoplo froi tlt) discon
titnaine of th liquor traific. Ile
said it wits (uiet within tlio mark to
fiay that not ono0-twontieth as. much10
liquor is sold clandestinely in that
Stato as was sold by t ho saloono b.
foro this law was passerl. Portland,
its chief city, whoe Gon. D)ow lived
and died, had sovon distilleries and
two broweries, while many car
goes of rum were brought every year
from the West Indies, aid now liuor
is Sold there on a very small scalo,
til quantity not a hundredth part of
what it w11a in the oldon time. .lis
estimato was that t1horo is a saving of
$24,000,000 annually, which goes to
incroaso the prosperity of the m1asses,
and he declared that it is far within
the truth to say that $1,000,000
would pay for all th liuior smug
glod into Maino and mold in violation
of the law. 'his is the testimony of
a man who spent the best yehrs of
his life even down to extremo old ago
in advocating a cause that lie knew
was beneficial in a moral, religious,
industrial and financial sense. A
whole generation hits growin up there
without being witnesses to tho effects
of liquor, and there aro grown men
and women who havo never soon a
drunken man. Is not such a stUtO of
affairs worth striving for, even though
the attainment of such a result in
"DANGRt IN TIE EAIIif AND J
A Wise and Venerable Doctor 'J
In a leading hotel, in a great city, a
Ing. Listening to his wise and sente
dressed men, evidently lawyers, buiines
My firn belief, is " that medical se
eases without exception nre caused by i
isms. Ilere s the gerin of that terrible<
of typhoid fever; and here is the still mc
eauses that most destructive of all dis<
comnon and su)osed ineurable diSe%;!
"I wish, Doctor," said the travelin
catarrh. I have had it for year-s, and I a
The Doctor answered. "Catarrh,
fever, and a host of other dliseases, is th<
and attacking specially the mucous men
disease is especially prevalent in tihe U
whio is not, or has not been troubled mut
she obliged to remain at home from plex
of many intellectual treats, from fear of
tarrhtal affections. In it.s worst phase, t
humnself and his friends.
" I believe," continuned th is ~rent ph
tarrh is to medicate the blood. .This carI
which act as blood purifiers."'
Betsy A. Marctt, of Manistee, Manis
1)ear Sirs :--FLior ten years I was a suI
eatarrh. My fae was pale~ as death. .I
hardly walk, I was so dizzy and had a
hands and feet were always cold. My a
in then morning, my head swamn so I wasU
awvful pains in the sma(i of my back.
My muscular power was almost enitirel
steps without stopping to rest, and ofter
a pain in my side. It seemed as though
tors said my blood had all turned to wait
tmng wvell. I tried the best physicians in
My husband got me a bottle of Johnsto
bought another. When these had bet
health. I continued its use, and felt I v
freshing, and it seemed as if I could feel
kept on tahing it, and now consider mvys
all the time, and am happy. I am positi
The sick headaches I have had since chi
tarrh has almost entirely left me. I cai:
Sarsaparilla 'has done for inc. I recom:~
aches to use your Sarsaparilla.
r . a& xQoar mi.a og
THE REEDERt P
Dn. L. G. CORB'
volvos sacrifice, toil and en durance on
the part of its advocates? Christian
men and women can wvoll, afford to.
make the sacrifice and bear the toil,
because it is in.- the direct line of
obedience to their Master.
The contest we ato entering upon
is not child's play. The Prohibition
Democrats of South Carolina are not
responsible that the issue has to 1)e
made on the polhtical hustings. There
is no choice left to us except to aban
don the field, wherein we would prove
recreant to the most solemn obliga $
tions that rest upon a Christian peo.
pie charged with the' moral and re
ligious elevation of those around us.
To relinquish tihe field means the
continuation of the liquor trafle in
der the aegis of our beloved South
Carolina, and perpetuates a system OL.
that is ulndermining the public weal t
a'.d destroying probity of our public
meii; a system that sanctions, wvith lo
'the broad seal of tihe State, an annul. k
Anuenlt of the divine injunction, "Woo
unto him that gives his neighbor
drink * * * and makest him drunken
,, also." flvery day, and every hour
through the day, the State of South
Qarolina is vending that. whinb do.
stroys tho souls of niol, an1d tho mer
vants of God cannot remiain indil'r
ont or uiconcerni whilo thit; law
is Contained inl thll shttuto bo0.>I;;.
"Ritousnes exlltth it 1111tion, blit
min iis I rproach ( aill peoplo," ind
th hideous (1eInormity of this sin of
drunkolnles.4, fostilred by h im Sato,
must no) lolger staill tho proud vs.
cutchoon of our comimon mothe r.
Vo mu11st protest t.gainist this anom
lous 'perversion of governmental
puwor by which overy citoizne of th
Stitto is 11111d respolsitblo for a1 tldlie
that is aibomillablo inl the eves of
Gc. Tho means of our protet is
through tho political agoney with
WIiCIh Vo aro in 1)11rt entrusted as
Citizens of South Carolina, an1d we
como IOW to 11: k 1)n1 lp)I)eal to our11
follow eitizonls that they will join 11S
in resorting th 01(1 Cormmonweulth
to it right. relation, whereby tho Ii.
qutor traiei will bo put under han, so
that onr rulors and lawmnakers will
bo sparod tho necessity of I.i:,liting
to incrouso tho sin of drunkeiis
within our borders. To do this ef
foctully wo aro compolled to iako
this issho at the Dolocratic primary,
and hence to havo representatives of
okir prilnciple.., who Will Coltond for
thim hoforo tho peoplo, and "svok to
obtain control of tho executivo and
legislativo dopartmonts of tho State
Govornmont" Tis is 1no unworthy
aill) or object ind wo proclaimu Ilhose
purposos, which 1ro not hid in ia Corn.
or, to our political assocides, to
mlanding tho right to ma11ko tho issuo
at tho primary 1)011, and ins-isting
that faimness and justico requiro thO
recognition of our roprosentatives in
side tho party hues, whore overy
other issio is sottled for tho main
tOnuco of good govermnent in this
State. Vo dolny that anly class of
Demnocrats havo peculiar and seCial
privik,gos accordud to them under t ho
constitution and laws of th0 party,
and wo will nLtitain our right to bo
hoard on tho hustings aind to cast a
froo, untrammelled ballot at I ho polls.
BE CURED BY
LIUt; JDAN4.EL EVElRYWIRE11E.9
ralks about Advanced Science.
framousa n( aged phy,sieianN was convera
ntious (liscourse, were ia, group of well
i men and commercial traveler"".
nee is certain yet to show that all dis
nvisiblo germs whiclh aro living organ
liseaso diphtheria. Iere is the bacillus
re dreadful bacillus of tibercle whiclh
ases, consum) Lpiion. This of that very
man, "that y,ol woild tell us r)out
mn thoroughlY dIiscouraged."
like diphteria, consumption, typhoid
result of a1 icirobe inIvainig t he blood
brane. This foul anid most disgust ing
ntitedl States and it is rare to meet one
>re or ]ess with it. I low oft,en is he or
tile disagrceablo odor arising fromi ea
he0 patienit becomes loathsome both to
ysician, "that, the tru1e way to heal ea
be done only by powert1 a;teratives
tee Co., M%ich., writes:
ferer froml general debi)ldty and chIronie
vas1 wealc and short of breath. I couild
ringing inl my head all the timel. Ml y
)petito was very poor. On getting u'p
>ften) obliged to lie dIown aga inI. 1Ilhad
had a continual feeling of t iredness.
y gone, and I couldn't go hatlf a dozen
thlat miuchl execise caused mec to have
Ile blood had left my1 veins. The doe
'r. I had given up all hope of ever get
the) stat e, but failed to geit any relief.
i's Sa rsap)arilha. I toolc it., an<d then I
n) used, I was somiewhat- imlproved in
-as growing st roniger; my sleep was re
new blond moving ti'ough my veins. I
el f a wvell and ruggcd womnani. I work
ve that the Sarsaparrilla saved my life.
ldhiood, have d isappear-ed, and ony ca
lot be too thankful for what Johnston's
nend -all women w.hio have sick head
Now e- ry, S. C;.
STOR E, Nowborry, 8. C.
IFARM\ACY, Nowhierry), S. C.
iTT, PLroverity, S. C.
k,506 Worth of Dry Cc
3,500 Worth of all kin
All goods will be sold
it of it, and if actual cos
ose who are booming u
ng to convin ce you that
lied by the slangoer
III somte e:ase't the
victinit is firimly withill
I,; klowi. In otlier ca
7 Swollen glainds, mucus
l tiroat, (ruptions onl s1
romn1 I'o doubt, as; ttse are a11 i
lDoctor; ,;till preseribe Incieury :lld p
cralk never yet IldCpulle a comlit al perinf
b:lck into the systeIn, cover it. up for a whi
rlin1111;tisili 11(l tile 11ost. offelsive Sores I
pota-h mako wrocks, not curcs, and
S. S. S. acts inl 11 entirely Clifferent 1
istead of tearill ,ig down, 1ui!ds up ald it
tlherefore tile onlly cure for Contagious ]
thou gi pronoiuiie<l incurable ),by the doct
lew, - 1tried( rItIedy ; "1l experience of
01ly purely vcletable blood Ie<liecile kim
Mr. 11. L.Mycis. o 'midberry st.. Newark, I
Spi e I l111 ovI uty body. These soott broke ot
ever for this. All correspondence is held
13M11'()lCT AN 1 1IC02C(11) F'4)UINl),
M1'. 1% 111tut'a Li 4t M 1port will' Amilit tho
..tato it) Collect r' inoea the (iieo-al
(ove 111ft loitey lig
Tliis afternoon Mr. \V. Il, Yeldo.ll,
Who, with Mr. Josso T. Gaitt, lits
benol ait worjk somo timo uinder di.
roctiion of (overnor McSweenoy and
T roa su re r T im m ol 1 1.r a n in l i sy sto ai f
tiv- svarch, iscovored in the rubbish
room of tho Stato H1ous tho long
soughlt, "Exhil,it. A" of John a1 Black.
It ik found, its statod by Mr. (att
in a recont report to tlho Govern(,r,
to consist of an itemized statcment.
of umws duo South Carolina amount
in,g t o throo hutidred thisand
dollars, without intorest, on account
of vxpenditures growing out of the
lUtvolutionary war. It makes no
referenco whatevor to tho cl1ims of
interest on account of the war of
1814 and Ito Seminolo war, now be
ing pressed by Seator 'illmaiin it)
Wash ingtonl. Nor is much light
t brown by it upon th Mexican wari
claill. Howevvr, it estalblishevs the
falt that th 04 total indebtedlless of
tho United ('tates to South Carolina,
withi int.rest. Jo datte, lgr[rgates o'()r
it million ald a half dollars, altholigh
it is' ot reasonlable to expvct Smnittor
Till:m to reco\or this larg stim.
Accompanying th "Exhibit A' is
tho report of Mr. Black to the Gen
(ral AsKembly of '-0, giving the
hb-tory of h--iv v o eet the
aM01unIt (11o t(e St
Ti' text of M .,Ieport is
Columbia, S. C., Dec. 3, l1800.
T'o His Excellency, W. Hf. Gist.
Dear Sir: As agent o' the State of
SouathI Carol inai, ill theO -prosecution1
of her claimis iaginst the United
Stah's, t bu'g leave to submt I be fol
lowleg report to your excellency,
show~ ing theo progress I have maide
thereini duiring the last two sessions
of Con'gress. At tho session of our
lh gislat 12re of 18SoS my report 1 o his
('xcillnc, Governor Alston, statted
thait the Senialo Coinmmittee on Claims
had, dunring the sessSion Of Congrtess
wich altdjournred June[t, 1868, uniiver
sally rep1orte.d a clanse ats an amtend.
menOIt to the civil appr)1opriat ion bill],
(cov~ering t ho aImont ".-inco ascer'
ury D)epartmient to 1)o $>02233.Ot
(111 to t ho St ate on atccoun2t of her
advanices to t ho genietal governmeint
for military purposes in the(2(' ermn 1)
detfenI'e" during the war of 181 2;
that this amnendmlent passed t ho sen
ate0 by a voto of 38 to 19, and thatt
the House Committee on Wart~s and
Means bad, also, at that session,
ods at actual cost.
Is of Shoes at actual
positively at New York 4
t will do it, we will get
p their friend's store. C
FLYNN is selling his go
xter 1nl signs of Contagiotis Blood Poison r
the grisp of the monster before tile it tie I
Qes the It4),tl is (plickly fille<l will ttis poiI
patches inl the Iioltli, soIes on scalp, ui.
,Cop>per Colore<d "plotelles, an<1d falling1
11anistakable signs of Cont:agious Blood ot
>tashi as the only cure for Blood Poison. 'T
tent eure of Coitagiotus Blood Poison. T1
le, but it breaks out agaiin in worse form. 'I
uid uleers, causing the joints to stiffenl am
Itose who l' ive been losel with these drug
anner, beiing a lurely vegetable reinedy ; i
vigorates the general health. S. S. S. is i
Ulood 1 isoi.. No matter inl what stage o
)rs, S. S. S. can be relied upon to make a
wearly fifty years ias proven it a sure til(
J., ayS: " I was liflhicted with a tetrilt ood (I
oilt) sores, and It Is easy toiinginie the mnfflerih
lectors colid (o lite 110 good I llatd Spent a hu11t1lied
riet vatiois patent iedicines, hbut they di<l not ,
>ottle of S. S. S. I Was gr,,!.tlv imi:provedl. 111d was d
O1 Illy Chest beglint t" grow palelr ald italler. awtl
ost weight, ec:Itie stroligQr, anid ly lippetite imil
lear as a piece of
Send for our IHome Treatment. Book, i
his disease, with comnplete directions for se
n charge of physigianls Who have ilade a
lesitate to write for any information or a
in the most sacred confid6nee. THE SW
unanimously recommeded at concur
tico il the sam, and htd changed
their recommondation on account 6f
the then alleged exhausted condition
of tho treasury. By this moonis tei
clitmi was postponed, and again ro
nowed at tho session of 1859 (the
short torm). This claim then again
passed th Senato, but (lid not. get
tho concurrence of the House. At
the last session of Congress, Which
adjourned inl J tine last, this claim lwas
again urged beforo tho Sonate by
myself and mily ablo assistotit counl
Sol, 1Hon. P. Phillips, lato mombor of
Congress from Mobile, Ala., who has
boon for some years suc-essfully pur
suing the legal profession in Wash
ingLon city, whom after conforring
with Gov. Alston, I had employed in
November, 1858; but notwithstand.
ing the favorable report, of the Son
ato Committee, it was defeated in
that body from the fact that since I
hav0 boon urging tho claim of this
StatO other States and cities have
preferred claiis of a similar charac
tor, which, including that of thif
State, made an aggregato of ovej
$,00,000, and hence, as tho coml
mitteo had embraced all of them ij
the salmo recommteni'ldaitioln, Iho fem
tors from those States not, havin
such claims duo to them successfully
opposed an appropriation of so large
a sum, although they could no
truth fully deny the legal andi equito
bl(" o )unds upon which these claim,
Second, the claim of this Stato foi
>erI -20,000 for interest on advance
made by her in the Florida win
which interest is allowed all othei
statos wvho set troops to that war
was founded on the same principlen
of law and usages of governmnent as
bose abodvo mentioied, tind of cours
his claim was1 also deOfeated bly tih.
*It ion upon01 the claims of the e' ar c'
Third, tile amount (32,162 Zi ) anc
niterest t hereoue, duno t.his St ate 01
neccount oIf the ad(vanIces - made0 iT
raising, subsisting and t ransp)orting.
volniateers to the Mexican war, was
with the vouchers for tWo expenditure
reforred to the Third Auditor of the
Treasu ry Depart mont, whold could not
paty the sa,e wvit hout it fort her up
prop)riaItion from Congr-ess for that
purpose, and1 the Military Commit
too of the Sonate, to whom this claimn
wvas referred, did not before adjourn
ment mako1( their' rep)ort on this
b,ranich of the claims of this State.
Fourth, the Revolutionary ad1
vances made by South Caralina in
the shapo of liabilities made by her
"in the commlon defon5wt" dulrinlg the
$4,750 Worth of ClotJ
I ,500 Worth of Trun
lost to reduce stock. i
t. Do not pay any attel
ome and see for yourse
ods at actual cost. Pmo
re so slight that the Makc
attire of the disease
MIoUIs virus and the
O On tongue, sore "W c s
liair antd eyebrows
eciolli Ilil NoI Cures
t"y dhive the (liscase
iese powerful minerals produce mercurial
I inger nails to drop off. Meroury and
s are never after free from aches and painl.
I. for-ces tile poison out of the system, and
e onlly attidote for this specific virus, andi
r liow hopeless the case may up pear, even
rapid, jermanent cure. S. S. S. is not a
itunfailing cute for this disease. it is the
iktase, which was itn spots at first, bilt afterwards
V I enh1rcel. Blefore I becaii conivinced that the
< ollars, which was teaty thrown away. I theil
;Ivli tihe dise.se. Whea I had finishied ily first
i tl!ed with tie result. The large, red splotches
b,ire mi,g iisiippezired entirely. I regatiied my -
I Oved. I wvats soon citirely vell, and lny skin a
hicich contais valuable information about
lf treatment. Our medical department. is
life-tine study of blo4tl diseases. Don't
Ivice wante<d. 'We make no charge what
FT SPF1F1, COMPANY. ATLANTA, GA.
Iwar oft Idopendence, and paid by
her after tho settlomont in 1703,
with tho United States, amounting
as shown by tho exhibits taken from
the archives of thl's State, to tei sum
of three hundred and sixteer. thou
smid, nine hundred and forty.-seven
dollars and forty-six conts without
interest. This claimi with its voim
inous exoiplifirnitions and vouchers,
was referred to the Committee on
Revolutionary Claims iII the Senlato,
which committe, after having pro.
pared a favorable report thereon, did
not sublmit the claim to the Senate,
but at the very close of the session
asked leave to bo discharged from
its further considoration.
It will be seen fron the facts
stated in this report, and in that
made by mno to Gov. Alston. that
whilst the Senate of the United
States has recognized the justice as
far as before stated, of our claim, the
House could not bo induced to con
cur therein, owing, doubtless, not'so
tiuch to the alleged condition of the
trosury, as likely to the neglect of
its miembers to investigate these
cla,im, and their indisposition to
tward justice to South Carolina.
I coumjenced the preparation of
hese claims from the original manu
script records of this State in 1857,
and have personally and diligently
endeavored to secure their recovery,
and were Congress what it was "in
the better days of the republic"
would doubtless have succeeded ore
this timo; but I mnst frankly con
fes that I have but slight if any
hopes at all of their ever being al
iowved to our State.
I have the honor to remain your
excellency's obiedient servant,
J A:Zs A. LBLAeIg
A g(nt of the State of So. Ca.
A CALl. ON CHINA.
U. S. Dhemagi,ti I'rotctioon of Life and
Proii,irry of Amnerlia.
Washington, May 25.--The United
States government has taken a hand
ill the suppression of the "boxes," the
famuous Chinese secret society which
is engaged in tihe massacre of native
Christians in China and to which is
attribut ed numberless outrages upon
the foreign missionaries. United
States Minister Conger has been inl
structed by tile Chinese governtment
that the government of the United
States expects it to p)rop)erly and thor
ouigihly at am p oult this society and to
provide proper guarantee for th'e
maintenance of peace and order and
the prot.etion of tIle life and property
of Americans ill Chlina and nowv treat
oened by the operations of the "boxes."t
iing at actual cost.
ks, Valices, N otions and
s at cost.
Me must get4the money
ration to croaIkers, or to
If,rancd it will not take
fits are now effetually
"cOD FORC WvtolNt
The Un1v. relty Gets Ab)s ut 03ne 1inn14red
'It hous anid Dollaris, stildes at 1,tinary
at d Art Gallery, Thrutgla t Io
Si i .il.ena-s of a For
Philadelphia, May 2 .-By tho
Torms of the will of Prf. Viicont
L. Bradford a distitguished jurist,
who diod in this city iii 1884, loaviiig
an estato worth over $200,000, ono
half of the estate and tho othcr
smaller legacies will now revert to
the Washington alld Leo Unliversity,
of Lexington, Rockbridgo County,
Virginia, by roa..un of tho deoath of
his widow, Juliet Bradford. Tho
latter died recently at hor home here,
leaving an additional bequest of $3,
000 to the Univorsity, and through
her demiso Prof. Bradford's bequest
The will provides that his library
-hall go to the law dopartmont of
Washington and Leo University, to
be known as the Vincen, F. Bradford
law library. An ninuity of $100 is
loft for the maintoance of the TM.
brary. All of the oil paintings pos
sessed by Prof. Bradford are dovised
to the same institution, an 1 an amn
ity of $500 is left for the mainton.
anco of the gallery, which is to be
known as the Vincont F. Bradford
Conidenilsed scheadlo iln Hiroct
May 11th. 190).
STATIONS. N). N 1.
L$. Charlston .......... 11W i 7 0
" Stun)morvillo........ 00 it at
Branchvilloe......... 1 65 a i it a a
" Orangeburg ........2 &0 it 9 23 a In
Kinglvillo............4 UO it al 10 15 a Il
Lv. Savamuala....l ..
" a P in well............ ...........4 00 it ait
"........ a415 a an
_ L . foluin ia............ 7 W it li 11 05 a a,1
" -0ros Vrity .......... 8 1. 12 10 it'l
New rr........... at 12 25
(,,; Y t l l a 1 20 10 aaa
Gree woo .......... I 1 1
Ar. IHodges........... 10 M) a ala 2 15 1 a11
Ly. A 1aj!vi kIe............ -1 - -- 1- - p_
Ar. Blton ...............11 1 1 a
10 a5 t ja 2 y
Ar. Grenvillo ..........122 i 4 15 i
STATIONS. i1 Dli
No. 15. No. .
UTQTMIV111.......... 0t p s I 15 a 1
Pfedinfint ...........00 nt 10 40 a it
willilt1stol.........1 55 a m 0 55 a m
A. Aadeso 9........... a n a
4 Ia m 10 15 a isa
Ar. DAhqih ............ . aas i.
Ar. Abla~vi11n. , 8 t 12 05 j):a m s
A7. a m 11 55 a a
w o a 2......... a p a
Ninttxp a 1 55. .. m5.
4 ebe"1v t .. a 2 00 W a
*' Pa.osp, 1) IIIpas)i 14 t pam
" .v Kiiiini-son ...:............5am35 p sm
Ar. iGr ll e,3 ............ 1 I 1 20 5 p m
" B P e onl ..................... ' 1 a as
" WKin~llmson..... 12 m 1s0 55 a1 mn
av a ln . ..la 1 -5 a ns
A . lgA villc............ 425 a a 1 ) m
I 1folilli4 . .......... 2 a ; a 1 ) a i
" N i n e t y - S i x . . . . . . . . . . I : 2 5
" Pr s eiy ..... 2 5 it mu 6 14 p m
" C l m a .......... 1 :52 it ml 7 23 1) m
Ar. C arw(1o0 0.......... . . a 2 a msa
Dally Danily TijiIi~
No~~~~~~ l.N. t TTO . No. 14., No. 111.
a 00 n ah .....,... . ... . . .. . . . 15 a ni
I X 41 a S 11311;11111 erv i I1" 7 2$ 1) 2
5 i5 n . ... .',2)tt I ~. .; 4t ) v
" O r a n . 9, a m 5 1) 3 p1 at
12"l andhvl. . . . 4 a 25 a m h 15 p m
4 Summev.l..".rsl......5.2 i 20 u
Ar Carl.sto ..skil....70am 8 15iSa
10 p'17 0a "v..Chalslona.. 'u 20 P 1)101r
9. 00n7a 1 2ta " Summeillton.. " 7. :1)8 ro55n
10 60a 1 231 a ." Orngebu t 5 :13 p 456
10 30a 12 15 a " . Kingile. "12 45a p lOp.>
120, aO .......hv..Jaaah~iI. ~ 25) Ar..... 5 1
10 64 a 21237p "' ...Pant net .... " 12 14 p1 40 ,a
11 25 3 14 p Ar Sartanurag Lv 11 45 a 0 15p
11 400 8 401) Lv Spa)rtanburg Ar 11 17 a' 0 00p
2 50p 7 15 p Ar...Asheville..Lv 8 00 a 3 051
"P" p). m). "A"4 a. at. "N'" anight.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE B3ETWEEJN
CHARLESTrON AND GREEN VILLE.
Pnlm ana palace sleeplig en rs oan Tanins-35aad
s6, 3and 88A3. on A. stnd C. divisioan. Dianing card
on these trsissrO5ve all mls)51 enouteO)
Trans leave Spartanburg A, & C7. d'tisioa
northahoaa, 7:0:t ia. mi., 3t:37 pa. mn., 0:13 p). m)).
(V.estibulo Limaited); sou.thbonnad 12:20 a. ar:.
8 :15 p. mn., 11:34 na. mt., (vest ibula Liamited.) '
Trrans leavo G.reensville. A. andsc (.dvi3:
uorthsbound.0:00 a. ma., 2:34 p. im. anad 0:22 p. m ',
(Ves.tibuled Liamited; southbond, 1:80 a. msa.
4:3)0 p. m)., 12:80 p. am. (VertIbluhed LiAIited)"
Trains 18 and,t 14-Elegant Pulans Piartor
oars hetwoona Charlestoan andai Asheville wvin 1:e
linaagnrat ed abaout June lot.
Trains. 15 and 16-Puallan Sleepinag asrs bao
tween) Charles.ton ami Coauluia ;ready for 00
*uAanacy aboh poinatsat 9.30 p. ma.
Eregat PuOO ua Drawing~ (oom slooping
rbt'won savan al n A shesvillto enrouts
11 iten.Taekcsonville and Cincinaatis.
FR AK g GANON J.M. CULP.
'1idG.&Gn g. Traf. Manager,
WVashiugtoun, D. 0. Wasxhington, D.'0.
W. A. TUUIK, S. H. HARDWAICK
Gen. Pa. Agent. A. Gen. Pas. Ago'nt
Wahngtn D. C. Atlanta. (a.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE?
Between Charleston and Columbia
Upper South Carolina, North Caro
lina, Athens and Atlanta.
PAtsEBNOER l.EPARtTME NT
WILMIrsGTON. N. (3., Nov. 20t h, 1897.
GJoING WEST: Ini Effeti Jan. 15, GoItNa ItAs?,
*No. 62. 1899 No.53.
7 00 sam Lv....Charlestont, 8. C...Ar 800O putn
8 24 am Lv........Lanes......A r 6 2n pm
9 40 am Lv.........nmtoer........Ar 6 131)pm
liLt)05a1m A r...Coln mt bi .....Lv 4 tO j.am
32 r 7 am Ar...Prosprt,y.......lv 2 17 111
12 20 pmt A r.......Nwberry...L v 2 31 pmla
1 03 pan Ar.....Clin to...... Lv 1 53i pmt
I 25 pm A r.....Laron......Lv i 45 pm
3 00 p mt Ar.......reenv illo...Lv 12 0 an
3 tO jut A r....Paranburg....Iv iti 45 am
t0 07 last Asr.... Wiasaboro.......b II 41 ams
8 16 pus A r..Carotto, N. C...Lv 935 atm
t5105 pma Ar..lIoidersonviiie, N. C..LvO94nia
|7 00 pum Ar.....,.Ashev ille.......LV 8 20 am
Nos. 62 and E38Solid trins $0ioeen Chaarleci.
totn and Gireentvlleo via A tlan~tic Consst. Line
OCluta, Ne wherry antd Laturens. R. IR, anId
chanrlestont sand West Carolina Rt. It.
H1 M. E MER1SON, Gent. Passenrser A goni.
J. R. lIEN t.Y, T. Mi. )M tte ON,
Gant9 Manage-r. !Itaf. c6Nan'tago
Digests what you eat.
It artinclily digests tihe food andl aide
INat.ure in strengthening and recon
struoting the exhausted digestive- or
gans, It la thte latest disecovoredi dIgest
ant and toilic. No other preparatIon
can approach it In efliclency. It In
stanitly relIeves andperrma uently cures
Dyspesla, IndIgestIon, Heartburn,
Fl'aitutlonce, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Hleada'ehe,G astralgia,Cramps and
all other resultsof lmper fect dlgeston.
Price60j ndI agszcnans ie
Prepared by . C. DeWTT 8 CO. Chicago.
In j,ff ct Novv-inlivr IS), I m1.
(Esasteln .inldhard The.)
Soltillhh lmld. N411110lib1ou
A.M. P M. PM. PM - A. M A
r550 7 40 1 '.Lv 3 44441en3) Ai ( II
272 81 53.14
r)1rA ) 7 oil I S.L I3milvim Ai- I 2Al 3j)3
6004 7,00 1 1[ 4 Plarks ArI 12)o
t; 36, 7 40 313 ..C11111ml. I j Ito 1 3
6 :3 7 tl 20.1 Goldvilb- v Ho i:;l 9
7 05 8 I1) 210 ..K IIin 1.. 1:-3 :2 -
7 1:1 S 18 2 15 . .A 1ary... 132 8 :I1 I
7 '2) 8 25 22.; ...J1 tolpk.. 12 4.1 341 .
810 850 2:14 Newberry I Zi'o 2 It It
8 14) 9 t3 2 111 Prospt'ri13' 1:2 F;
m 9 :mf 2 5 ....1 , h .... 7 1
41 1: 0302 1,t molountain d3 .,(
9 .,0 9 -1.0 3 11) ...t h( 11111 1... 11 -t ji
91o W IN) :22 1l-'tonl I 1.1 127
.11; lot II 3 i W hite Ituch I.I m I
9 '; I,- 111 331 I11I ne 3)3 oI 4. I
1015 10 430 :3 it) .. . n...... I a ;o
14) 2 10-10 - I ..o i 1e hLii .. tt 1.- 1'
1) 0. 11 t0 4 0,A r(C'ol1 iLWpt.v I1 is 12:.o
No. I Mixed, D.tily Excvpt .mildiay.
Ar Ntmwbrry 7 15
11rt.slIvI Ipty 7 24
15lighs 6 52
Little Mlount'n 6 VI
ilpillo 6 '
a leu.itline *
Lelf )III I))) 't 6 or)
Lv C (lj.l)I 413 .115
No. 5. 3letWeCl!4) 1,1111-c-lis41tild Newbcrty.
I .V Newlberry 11 0 3) 111
:v '1)10 11 1% 11 :1412 1 11
I , 3Gm33' 9 f' 1 ) 111
L,V 10)lilt1 rd -18 1))))
J,' (tildv ille 1) 68 1) 111
Lv C111tonl I4 -15
M, 1udays )3.'y
Ar Li2 rciiii to -W. 1) 111
:1.v A I Gre,nvIleI,v 12 01
1(3 n Sparb-turg 11 45
L) Ai g tit -1 40
Tr(ititi 5 and 3 ilm le it botween Clpp
leston an (clivion (1y m
Trjt om~e (1,F1.)4 33) td i(ltlye c p8111)(11111:''lz
be0wee Aot bil GrenvIfluervii20
Tr in , 8 d 3. 4111 , ' rxcept Sui 1111 blondax.,
bet.ween Colln In an3)md itt iure'i.
Tralin i 5, 1iwtwcen Newherry n.d Laurer i
SaturI dilys ol ly.
Cloecoiunet Ion it Stim(r for till polw..i
Closo con nections 1 t1 8'rtnnburg for the
Mountains E. CAVENAUG0I, Alt
LTO ALL POINTS
North, South and Southwesl.
Schedile in ellect Nov. 6, le.9.
SOUTIll;GUND. , No. 4.3. h..I
Lv New York, Vin Penn. 1L11(.. .*1101 111 '1 (p .n
W 118 h 111 0)............... ...... , 0 Pit, 1 '1 lIu
Iticlm o ld .......................... 9W 0 N10 3 ' s '
I,jL 1 oi*I8IIoIut l "S" " 15 pin '! 4 4) itnm
A)' W elIoni, viat 8. A. I ......... I I ( pin I1 1 ii
Ar 1lid.4, ". .........12 t1" c1ain I . 3)
'Italleigh 4' .......... I '4 n2 133 . 3, 10
" Sout hern 1tia " .......... 4 - ; " uo
" Hlam let., " ......,.. If 111 " 7(X0
i,vv W it gm i f 13s............ 0.5 -
A 1o n rca ................. ........... . " ' 12 '
A .i ChaI r)o),t . ,41 n A. 3,...... *. 4u " ' 'i 4r13
" , 1)4h4.1-*3. er, 4 y '. 6. . L.......... . 1.i:uu 10 311'
" Greenwood .... ..... 'i " 2
A thens " ......... I 1.11) 3 4 It.11
Atlanta, 8. A. L. ."I 1.ki n 15
NORTHBOUN.I. o. 4o*4. No.3.
Lv A 3Inta,,Centr al ime) 0 1 (.(1434 6's:j '* t
Ar At hens .......... i1 II j I Ip 1 . a
(injeenlwoud " ......... 6 - "t 1 46, 1
Cliester ' ... 1 ; 4 u '
Ar l on roo. v in B. A. L..... ... pm-)44
i-ehIaiot.V I a A.-L. .-. :u ;1it*-) a (
Arlinn, l t .............. .0 - 2u -
Ar W ilm in gton .......... ......... 4, 12 6i :a
" 0 )out he r nP ies..............1 1. ta 1n3n 4444o.4
Ar RIleigh vn. b. A. 1, ... ;; ltn 13: .n
S 11len(131on. " .......... 3 1 14
Ar W ell )ti nt, via 8. A. L ......... 4 .t
Ar .'ort.11o hll ..... .. 11 [Lull '21 '
.lichno)nti,......A f ! ....... P. ' 742
"Wash3In)gI'n,vinPenn 4. nt. 3. 12 33 14 3 24 a'
" New Yir4,1 " '' " ' " k rin
Lv U.n(u n ' .. ... 344 1 ' '411 3r )
Ar_Newber.y '2 ; piln e-ioon4
* D'ly. t l)'1y, ex. S3uminy.
Nos. 403 3and( 4052.-"Thte A(tlanta i'ynet4'l ."
12olid Vestibu4133 '1ri of413 P3u'll inan 3 Slet4' -
and Conches b)etween 5)4.3 Wahigton3 3n141 .
lanta1,3lso 1'u11in,an11 ?leepers het4 w4en l'.'..4'ox 4.
m110t,h3 and34 Char'lotte, N.. C.
No.41 and3( 38."-"'1lhe 8' A. L. Exp4re'. ,
be'tw.een l'11rt)smouth3411n( A 13)an43a.
Atilanta1 113'.or 3 Alntg<>mery, 44obIl,33( ew , W
1leans), Te.xn3, Cal.ifornit341i, M34.' xico, 4 h1;24
n1o4 gnt, 7%ash3ville, 1334.3n3-hi32 .51acen'), F 1on3. .4.
l- 01' Ti'ckets, 8leept-1rs, an.1d 14uforma2tion3,.
(3. McP'. II AT l'IE 23 Tryr.u S, ( ha)rlotte, N :1.
.V k. MI:hiA', (3413') 5143er3inten2dent.
11. W5. .1. (O LUV5 1Il, '- r44 313 .5lger.
. .8. A LLlN, G.eni'i l~('a4t-4ger Agen t.
Augusta and Asheville Short Line.
4~VSchedule In Effect. Ajprl '2'. 11000.
Lenlvo .AuIgusta............ 4 40 313 m1 '40 3. '3
A . riy0 (31'4rum, w ou.... .12 1l 3)41
Lauren122.............1 -.0 413 41444
Gr31)n ville jg.......: 04 .43
Gleill3(3 LIa ligd.. -1 3 310.4443
8ninlin.................... 5 ;A33 4
Ashevlle........7.1. in -
(.~o33 8j4r1.gs.... 3 14 n 21 .....34
(.331q41 Iu .........1 p 44 in33 ... ...3
1~~411)l'4431S.p.. .............I 34 3 7:43.
Le v s e ile............... 34 40 m 3444
S paro tIan.u.rg.......7;Iv451a4m
Gletinrs arg.7...1 ()4
G r1oenvile ......2 01 yi m3
G Aee l w oor............... ...5 ...p m
A"nltlai...... ............... ....3'233
Aor Itousn ....... ...... 10 p m14 ) 1 04 i a 3
A~ S . 1v e un i4 n .......... .16 a4m
Nnri3 k.............ii ' n2in
Peotersbur '..........1 7 341a
Ilica h moi............3 153 311 m 4143
PorIt Roya .41...... 3.....1304a1
Pori 'M"l(0n, .u....... Maji0 pr.
Allecn dA de........................
No.12 IalIon No 1>
Ar 040504 .IIIi V)) .1V 86 .113
Ar ive 22 ug 143.................... ....4'01 . 1 14' 3
Ar.'0 31)m.Ctrin 'rrm A. u4tru4) a. ,. 1kes13)
connect 44) af 'a.houn ca.ls}o alv pol'
8Aboard)). Air 1)310Line.3;'4
point ou . A.L.an ad . talw
at.SpartannEg wih Souer Itailwayo
Cor nynsa 8u0ormatio reth iv0 to 1 tc,1
ats Anchr ones thSoleailsy o.,ian