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AMENDINU THE CONS'IITUTION.
Ti,o A ppiil of t0 M,yors of FIvo South
Ca,rolin, lAtium to tho Votera.
To tho voters of South Carolina:
At tho ht, so.sioi of tho Goneral
Assembly, through tho offorts of our
res.ectivo Sonators and Ropresenta
tives, tho following amendment to
the Constitution of our Stato was
passed by the requisito 111majority of
both tho Senato anld the Houso of
Ropresentativep, and will be submit
tod to you at the general election onl
the 6th of Novomber next:
A Joint Resolution Proposing to
Amend Sect ion 7, Articlk V Il, of
the Constitution Relating to Mutl
nicipal Bondoed Indlobtoedntess.
Section 1. Bo it onacted by the
General Assembly of the State of
South Carolina, That tiho following
amendment to Section 7, of Aiticle
VIII, of the Constitution, bo a1groed
to: Add at the end thereof the fol
lowing words: Provided, that the
limitation imposed by this section
and by Section 5, Article IV, of this
Constitution, shall not apply to
bonded indobtedness incurred by the
cities of Columbia, Rock HiM, Char
loston, Florence, whero the proceeds
of said bonds nro applied solely for
the purchase, establishment, main
tonanco or increaso of water works
plant or soworago system; and by
the city of Georgetown, when the
procoe(s of said bonds aro applied
solely for the purchase, establish
ment, maintenance or incroaso of
water works plant, so, erago system,
gas and electric light plants, where
the e1tirO revenuo arising from the
operation of such plants or systems
shall be devotod solely and exclusive
ly to the maintenanco and operation
of the same, and whero the question
of incurring such indebtedness is
submitted to the freeholders and
qualified voters of such munici
pality, as providod in the Constitu
tion, upon the question of other
Approvod the 1ith February, A.
We believe if the vital importance
of this amendment to our citizons
was ulnderstood by you hero would
ba no doubt of its beinfg adopted by
an overwhelming majc y.
Fearing that you may not appro
ciate the imperativo necessity of giv
ing our municipalities the opportu
nity of deciding each one for itself
whether we should increase our ro
spective debts for the sole puripose
above named, wve appeal to you to
give us this right of choice.
All must realize that without a.n
abundant supply of good water-, suit
able for all purposes, and without a
proper system of sewerage, wvhich
cannot be made cflicien2t without this
water supply, the growth and the
health of any municipality must be
We believe there is no other mecas
uiro or project p)osiblo for the a(d
vancement of our cities that. can be
compar-ed in importance with an
abundant water supply andi a proper
syst.em of sewerage, and without
these, in our opinion, they cannot
advance to prosperity or pop)ulation
as they should do.
Section 18, of Article 2. of the
Constitution of South Carolina, adop
t9d December 3, 1895, provides:
Section 13. In authorizing a spe
cial election in any incorporated city
or towvn in this State for the puripose
of bonding the same, the Gieneral
Assembly shall p)rescribo as a condi
tion precedent to the holding of sauid
election a petition from a majority
of freeholdors of said city or town as
shown by its tax books, and at such
elections all electors of such city or
town (who are duly qualified for
voting under Section 12 of this Arti
cle, and who have paid all taxes,
State, county and municipal, for the
previous year, shall be0 allowed to
vote, and a vote of a major-ity of
those voting in said election shall be
noessary to authorize the issue of
And Sections 5 and 7, of Article
VIII, of Ihe Constitution confirm
and reiterate the same p'rovisionp.
You will see, 'therefore, that the
adoption of this amendment w.Il not
commit any of our communities to
an issuanoc of bonds, or to municipal
ownership, but will only confer upon
USe a power in t.heBo respects which
we do not now possess.
And the conferr-ing of this author
ity, in the event that other plans
for procuring for us thes vital vs
sentials to our very lifo and growth,
will be under those most tnipio safo
guards provide(d by the Constitution
of Cho 8tato.
Tho Constitution, ta quotod abovO,
now wisely surroun(s this quetion
of increasing tho delbt of any munici.
pality with suci provisions aiId liii
tations 1si re(iiiro tle consent, of a
majority of both tle real estato own
er ittd of thio gnaklilled voters inl
each placo to any isiuanco of addi
Pho amend(mnit sibmitted to your
voters recogniz(,s an( repeats tht
ShIouli t1his amillnilltlit be a1dopt
od by tlio voters of the Stato, and(]
approved by our next (eneral As
sembly, 1ne,ither of our cities can is
so) i sitiglo bondl nor incroso tliir
bonded debt it ;inglo dollar by any
action uhntever of our municipal iu
thloritivs, uldess an1d ) until, in each
city, first "a imijority of the freo
holders" polition tlhoso authorities to
order a special election, andi at that
special election a "majority of tlie
qualified electors" vote to issuo theso
bonds for the special puirposo iamoId
in tlie anionIdiont, and for no otlior
Unless this constitutional (tilnd
mont is alopte, "tie froeholders
aind the qualified voters" in noither
of our cities can have the privilego
or option of issuing bonds for the
purposo of atc(uiring thse necossi
ties so essontial to licalth1), life and
prosperity, voen if all "Iho freehold.
ors andlt all the qualified voters" woro
inanimous in thoir desire to do so.
Wo thereforo appeal to you, our
fellow citizet-, to ielp us securo by
your votes for the adoption of this
amienIment the rigI to decido for
ourselves, subject, to the limitations
of the Constitution of South Caro
linia abovo Fet forth, theso blessings
so vssential to our growth and pros.
perty,wjich our own pcople are
praying for, and a prayer which we
fool sure our follow South Carolini
ans will not sulfor to pass unheeded.
Your- respectfully, F. S. Earlo,
Mayor of Columbia; J. J. Waters,
Mayor of lock Hill; W. ). Morgfh,
Mayor of Georgetown; W. 11. Mal
loy, Mayor of Florence; J. Adgor
Smythe, Mayor of Cialeston.
C A F T O 3 .E A.
Bears the The Kind You 1avo Always Bought
DAMAUEs nY TISTORM
To Coltton in Texas An,.ount edn to Abc ut
t.3,400,000o, Exc-Itislve Of 1c hnding&
Wahington, Oct. 19 .--T'he statis
ticiain of the department of uagricul
ture has completed his invest igation
of tho agricultural situation ini those
counties in Texas that wero visited
by the hurricano of Sept. 8.
The aren under cotton in the coun -
ties in which serious dlamage ro.sultodi
from the storm was aipproximately
I.,000,000 acres with a promfise on
Set I of a cr01. of abont 610,000
The reduction of thle rop is esti.
mated at about (I,000 bmles or .10.6
per cent. On a ban~sis~ of 90d. per bale
the quanity destroyed would repre
sent a vulico' of $3,400,000. Exclu
siveo of the damage of farm buildingsc,
mac.hinery etc., the total loss may bo
estimated at five million dollars.
It should be stated that all the
counties vioitoed by the storm worzo
includled in the crop report issued
Bears the hoKind You have Always Dought
TPhese mtiwelcomie visitors usually a
itself frotn thc miac
eating great holesi
- people as lessinigs
the mcistakeni idea
( Nature's p)1an1 of thi
~ ~. cunless rel ievedI the
troubles, which are
,,Mr. Ri. M. pratt, Cave, S. C., writes: bilidinig
afu teuty yat Iv 'w . so: ly S
caused bcy uniur blood Iicuc. It tistrnp~os- ode
ibetdecibe inV suifferinig ;part of 5. 5
thcetinieeincgunabidme to work orsleep,~
several dloctors treated ine, and I tried fit ya
aillithe so-call biloodi renteidics, bu (hdisss.
niotinag seemiedn to do mie ancy good.- It is a ph
Jci-irng ihe Sinner of i-el I was ver- poe
suinded ito try s.s5.5.. ccnd aiter lakinyr prs
severailibottles wanentirely cnred ami1 genea
)"ive hacd no return of thecse pca inful Ou
pests up to the pcresent (ime." ae
and any information or advice wanted wvil
Thu Hintory of Honhaw's IritIe.
Tho history of Korshaw's Brigado
is ready for distribution by tho pub
lisbors, Messrs. E. 11. Aull Co,,
Nowberry, S. C. Col. Dickort, tho
author, has mado a sptlelndid contri
bution to the history of the Stato
troops, from South Carolina, and
payi a thrilling tributo to the horo
ism, self-sacr ifico and loyalty of Kor
shaw's old brigado, commanded at
the closo by our lato follow towns
unu, Gon. Jno. ). Konnedy. He
has giVen truthful aind graphic do
scriptions of battles, tho fatiguoing
mnarchws andl([ the pathos and numor
of camp. Io describes with vivid
neSS, th glorious condnct of tho
trojps in tho great battles around
Rtichmond and Potorsburg, the dis
graceful routo of the Union Army at
Manassns, the storming of Maryland
Iloights at Harper's Forry, and the
bloody battle of Antiotam, in which
Korshaw's Brigado plyed so con
spicious a part. So also at Freder
icksburg and Chancellorsvillo. IIo
tolls of Longstroot's splendid work
at. Chicamauga, tho East Tonnessoe
Campaign, and his return to Virginia
in time to meet Grant's "On to
Richmond," and wbero Kershaw
throw himself in tho breach at the
Vildorness "in time," as was said by
another historian, to "savo Leo's
army from destruction."
The book is eplofto with camp
humor and anecdotes. Ie gives
skotches of nearly all the oflicers
abovo captaini. Ho gives a very
feeling sketch of Gen's. Kershaw and
Kennedy, as well as Dr. Salmond, all
of this county.
His description of the march of
Sherman through the Stato and the
horoic eflorts of the "Old Brigado"
to stay his march, as also tho das
tardly burning of Columbia.
There aro quito a number of cuts
of the officers of tho brigade, among
them, Ono taken from a lifo sized
),rtrait of (en. Kershaw in his regi
mnontals, standing as if viewing the
battle ground. Thero are also cuts
of Gen. Konnedy, its last commander,
as well -s Gon. Conner. Thero is
also a fino cut of Chief Surgeon, Dr.
Sahnond, whom not a few of tho Old
Brigade havo reason to rom, her
with tenderness and love.
M11Uiu1iWA for Nosvenmber.
Periaps the most timely article in
McClure's Magizino for November is
A Woman's Diary of the Siego of
SPokin, by3 M~rs. E. K. Lowry, one of
the besieged missionaries iln the lega.
tions Inst suimmer. T1his vivid nar
rative by an eye witness of most of
the events described is sure to coim
mnand attention at a time when the
eyes of the wvorld are turned to the
far East. It is in a true sonse his
tory from original documents.
Ray Stannard Bakor's account of
The Moet ing of a German Soldier is
instructive and well written.
The story of The Crucifixion of
The Messiah in the Rev. John WVat
son's Life of the Master is a worthy
continuation of a notable work.
A i'ointer for One Iloys,
"What kind of a boy does a busi
ness man want ?" was asked a mer
He replied :'"Well, I will toll you.
In the first place, he wants a boy
who don't know much. Busaino..s
men generally like to run their own
business, and prefer some one who
will listen to their way rather than
teach them a new kind. Second, a
p)romplt boy, one who understands
seven o'clock is not ten mi[nutecs past.
Third, an industrious boy who is not
afraid to put in extra work in case of
>pear in,the sprig or sunner, whleni the
ty ilupulrities that have aceunuilated( dulrinig
ich arec more p)ainiful andi danigerous,comei
ni the flesh, exhaust the str-engthi anid oftem
and they patiently and unicompillaiinglye
that their health is being benefitted, that i
mmming it. Th'le blood is not too rich or too thi
entire systent will suffer. The boil or ca1
only waiting for a favorable oppoertunity to
even cancer, is the result of a neglect,
. -Keep the blood( pure, andi( it will &
skin clear of all the irritating imipurit
cause these p)ainful, disfiguring diseases.
8. 8. S. cures bo0ils and carbuncle
and pernmanently by reinforinig, purify
up) the blood and ridding the systemi of all
S. is imiade of roots and( herbs which act diret
)-seated, are sooni overcome and driveni out b
.S. s niot a new, untried remedy, but fo
-s has been curing all kinds of bloo0ll and skim
It hais curedi thousands, and will cure yout
easant tonmic as well as bleood purifier-im
he appetite and( digestion, b)uilds5 up you1
iealthi and keeps your blood( in ordler.
physicias iave madle b,lood andl skini diS
festitdy-rite thmemi fully about your case
lie cheerfully given. WVe make no ebiarg
ok on Bloand Skiu,i. Di:..-free. Ad
Imitators do nop e
knoWing; t vu diat
cine if youl knew vhai
Contains I ron 1id (), it
prOportions ani is in 0
Iron acts a3 ,. tonic WI
the malaria out of the
druggist will tell you
Original and that all
tess chill tonics arc ii
of other chill tonics :
superior to all othcr.; in
not experimenting vhe:
3uperiority an1Cd excelke
established. Grove's is I
throughout the entire
United States. No Cur<
need. Fourth, an honest boy-honest
in sorvice as well as in dollars and
A CATALOGUIE O URIM DISASTE,
An Engisah Periodical Aseign a itfforent
Varletv to E.ach Month of 1901
(From the Baltimore American.)
A gentloman residing in Balt imore
and who has been travoling abroad,
sends to The American the following
serious prophecy or forecast of the
year 1901, which he found in an
English publication in great demand
among thoso who knew of its exist
In January, according to this au
thority, Franco is to he the theatre
of political agitation so great as to
endanger the existence of the Re
In Fobruary and March events of
grave importance will occur in the
East, and India wvill threaton revolt
from British rule.
In May Ireland will also threaten
In Juno the Anarchists will again
alarm the world and the young King
of Spain will have need to be guard
ed from treacherous enemies.
In July there will be terrible ca
tastroph ios, disasters anad cataclyms
all over the globe. Travel wvill be
dangerous at this time and people
who wish to assure their safety had
best remain at homo.
In September India will again suf
fer fro-m famine.
In October the Dervishes will re
In November Holland will assume
a dangerous political attitude, and it
will require all the diplomatic wis
dom of the combined powers of Eua
i-ope to avert a conflict.
In December there will be local
insurrections, revolts and strikes.
The predictions made in this same
publication in 1899 for 1900, of ter
rible war-s, the assassintion of a
King and of a frightful famine in
India have beent fnltilled.
blood( is making an extra effort to free
the winter months.
most frequently on the back of the neck,
p rove fatal. Boils are regardedl by soe
m.unrc the pain and inconvenience under
eair blood is,too thick anyway, and this is
ick, but is disesed--is full 0f poison-and
hlimncle gives warning of serious internal
evelo . Manyi an1 01h1 sore, running ulcer,
easily O arhugoIes
tly on the blood, antd all poisons, no matter
y this p)owerful purely vegetable medicine.
zin I'S Gr -ove's
i .y i ow f11
dvede ta. ormula
I t- edi
E onal ed. Grove's
Ii11-IC p)l- up} In corr'ect
ile te. Quinine drives
Iy . I,b Any reliable
ttl Grove'S is the
;ther so-called "Taste
3t.tions. An analysis
hlovs that (3ro Je' s is
every respect. You are
1 you tak (i ro0Vu' S i ts
nc having long been
he only Chill Cure sold
malarial sections of the
, No Pay. Price, 50c
some startling Combinations.
Although the present fashion o
christening children with famil3
names is much to be commendet
for many reasons, it carries with i
some awful possibilities unknown ii
the days of Mary Ann and Johi
Henry. A glance at the followinj
list, each of which is genuine, wil
illustrate sufficiently well the possi
bilities of nomenclature resting wit)
parents in their choice of names fo
the men and women of tomorrow.
Edna Broker Mothershead.
Marian English Earle,
Knott Worth Reading.
Dandy Spies Sourwine.
Sawyer Turner Somerset.
Will W. Upp.
Nelson Pray Daily.
Benton Killin Savage.
Owen Taylor Money.
Ima Little Lamb.
Broker Husbands Heart.
iR. U. Phelan Good.
Mari., A. Bachelor.
May Tyus Upp.
T'. Betty Sawyer.
Mabel Eve Stary.
Vill WValtz Wither.
Waring Green Cotes.
Ive Winchester Rifle.
Etta Latta Hammond Deggs.
Barber Cntting Mann.
Weir Sick O'Bryan.
Makin Loud Noycs.
Hurd Copp Gumming.
.Rodenor Pullman Karr.
Florida Central & Peninsulai
Trins run by ?0O.h Meridian, or Central Timi
South of Coluar bia. Time Table in
Eflect June 3rd.
No. 81. No. 27.
L.v Now York ....100pm 12 l15am
Lv Phliladelphi .... 291pm 3 3iam
Lv Ba t imore........5 l5pm (6 19am
Lv washainglon.....7 10pm 10 55amn
Lv It'chrnond....10 40pm 2 8ipm
Lv R ale igh........ ... 4 00am 7 50Impn
A r. Coaiu.aabia....1185am 1 bam
Lv. olumai ...... ..10 85am 12 55am
LV D)en mark ........25pm 2 27pm
Lv Fairfax...........12 5am 8 10pm
Lv Savanna h......3 O7pm 5 a bamn
Ar Brunswick..... 7 00 pmn H 40amti
A r Jacksonville..... 7 40pm 9 lOam
Lv Jacksonville......7 45pm 9 20am
Ar L ak e City.......9 3 p m ii 28am
Ar Live Oak.........3I 0pm 12 18pmn
Ar Tallahassee ...........88pm
Ar lRiver Junction.. 52D
A r Mobile............ 3 am
Ar New Orleans...... 7 409 m
Ar Gainesville ...... 120Olpm
Ar Cedar Keys ....... 6pm
Ar Ocala .............. I 15am 1 40pm
Ar Orlando ........... 8 2am 5600pm
Ar Tampa.............60am 630pm
No. 44. N.O06.
Lv Tamnpa.............. OO0pm 8 00am
L v Orlando........... 6 8pm 8 23amn
Lv Ceder Key........ 7 li-am
Lv Gaines vi lle ....... 1252pm
Lv Tallahassee....... I 48pm
Lv Live Onk......... 443pm
Lv Lak o City ........ 6 25pm
Lv Jacke onvillo...8 21am 7 45pm
Lv Blrunitwiek ....... lO1am 8 80pmr
A r savannah.,...12 27pm 11 50pm
L~v Savannah.....12 86pm Ii1659pm
v Fairfax........... pim 201lam
Lv Den mark .......... 8pm 2 42am
Ar Colum bia.....4 pm 41186am
Lv ('oln iba.......... 4A6. n 45pm
Lv Rale igh ............11 4'lpm 1 5-am
Lv lchmnond ..........- - an. r; w-pm
Lv Washington........Os0am 10) 00ipm
Ar BI tltarmore........ .(ti am ii 83pm
Ar P'hiladc-lphia....1i0,m 256am
A rNew York.........0pm 0 18pm
Nos. 31 and 41 will have P'u'iman sleepin
cars between Now York and Tia'v pa. Meas
.croIV> in dining cars enrouto. Through
dlay coaches between Jackson,ville andi
Nos. 27 and 616 will have PitIma~ Enff'et
slieping (ar I etween New York ati. Jek
.conville andi Day coachmas andi baggage ears
"twren washington and Jatoksnnytihle.
Trains srrive and deparL In- 8. A. L.
8. D). BJOYIMTON TP. A.,
. lun bla. '8. (1.
L.. A. BlIIPMhA N A. (4. P. A.
A. 0. MAoDnnm 2P ila,
Wewdonso, Sohedule in MX406
June 10th, 1000.
STATIONS. T 5.
.Ch~arleston.,........ lf p 0A
Iunerville........ 12 00 n't 7 41 a Ma
" ranohvillo.........1 65 a in a 94 a M
Orangeburg .........2v50 a in 92Q a in
N Kingville.4 0 a in 10 1 a M
........ ....- .
' Barnwell............ ............ 4 3 a m
" M lackville............ ..... 4 a n
t. ;ilnia........... I~) a m 1 05~Sn
Prospority .......... h 11 a im 12 10 n'n
Nowrwrry........... 8 1 a in 12 26 p in
" Ninety-six........... 30 a In 1 20 m
" r rconwood.......... I 9 ) a iI 1 55 p in
Ar. Hodges.......... 4' 15 a in 118 LNm
v.Abb)iT~1110......... iC gfF105p I
Ar. Delton............. i. l615 is t 10_p 15n
Lv.AnAAArAAnA....AAAA10 45 a in 2 _8 p in
Ar. ronflile... ... ... 12 :0 p ru 416 p mi
Ar. Atlanta.(Con.Tltno) 4 55 m U 00 m
STATIONS. N) 0. 2.
T. Grconvillo............ 610 ) mn I 's ii
" Piedmont ........... 6 0U p I 1' .J a %n
Williamnston......... 0621 pm 10 55 a In
r FAndYerson ............7 15 11 11-46 am
L i. tio .. . . p~iii ~~11 1~ a in
Ar. Donnald*........... 7 1 p In 11 40 a p
.*r.Abbovil!o...... ..... 8 10 t min 7jn
Lv. Hodg7s........... .7 i5 y 1 a -n
Ar. 0re1nwood ......... 7 55 p i 12 p im
Ninoty-Six.......... 8 1W p In 12 6.5 p in
Newberry........... 930 1 in 2 00 p in
Prosperity.........,. 9 45 p in 2 '1) 1 *
Columbia ........... 11 :0 8 p m
Ar, Backvio2........ .........8 09 a m
" arnwoll............ ............ 8 15 a In
Savanna .....................5 10 a in
Lv. Kingville............ V01 m 468 pi
Oranguhurg......... 8 45 a m 6 88 p m
"ranchvillo......... 4 25 a in 6 15 p m
" uninorville........ 5 52 a in 7 28 p in
. Charl7ston . I 7 ( a in 8 15 pm
N11 N l" STATIO0NS. "'Tlrl .
No 16. o T.1 o. 1AO.
l1 00p 7 w Lv..UhiarjeKton..Ar 8 15 p 7 00 a
12 00n 7 41 a " Sunnervillo " 7 28 p 5 52 a
1 65a 8 55 a " .Mranchville. " 0 151 4 25 a
2 60 a 23 a" Oranghu r g " 5 811p B 45a
4 t a10 15 a " . (ingville . 24 43p 282a
.2.a....... L..avannah Ar.
4 13 a. " .. Barnwell .. ". B 15 a
4 28 a . " ..Mlckville.. ....... 8 00a
6 l0 a 11 40 a " .. Colunbia.. " 8 20 p 9 WSp
7 Din 12 20p " ....Alstou.... " 2 80p 8 60 a
S 08 a 1 23p " ...Falt ... " 128p 740 p
8 45 a 2 00 ". Union..... 12 45 p 7 10p
9 04 a 2 22 p ..Jonesville.. 12 26 p 0 60p
9 10 ia 2 K7 " ....Pncolet...." 12 14p 6 42p
9 60 at 8 10p Ar Spa't nburg Iv 11 45 a 0 15p
9 55a 8 401) tySpartanburgAr 11 22a 600p
j 10 p 7 15p Ar...Asheville ...Lv 8 00 a 8 05p
"P" p. in. "A" a. in. "N" night.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE BITWEPM
OHARLESTON AND GREENVILLIA,
and between Charleston and Asheville.
Pullman palsoe sleeping cars in Trains 85and
96,87 and 88,on A.and C. di1sion. DiVngoars
on these trains serve all iniftls enroute.
Trains leave Spartanburg, A. & 0. 4ivision,
north ounk 7:08 a. n., 8:07 p.m., 0 018n. p .
lVestllule' Imited); southbouqd 12: . ni,
5:15 p. in., 11:84 a. n., (Vestibule I Iled
Trains leave Greenville, A. anA 0. ision,
aorthbound, :00 a. m., 2:84 1. in. and 2.
Vestibuled nLited) southbounh 1:80 a.
:80 p. m. 12:80 p. in. (Vestibuled inited
Trains 18 and 14-Elegant Pullman PkrIor
L cars between Charleston and A shovillo.
Trains 15 and 10-Pullman Drawinfg-Room
a Sleoping cars betweon Charleston and Ashe
aElegant Pullman Drawing-Room BilS1
Sleeng cars between eavaunAh and Ashevfls
enroute daily between Jacksonvillo andOQa
FiRANK S. GANNON. J. M. CULP,
Third V-P..& Gen. Mgr., Traf. MaMAger,
Washington, D. U. Washington, D. O.
W. A. TURK, S. H. 71ARDWICK,
Gen. Fa. Agent A. Gon. Pas. Agent,
W.as nxgton, IS. 9. Atlanta, Ga.
r Charleston ad Uston Caroha Rwy C
Augusta and Asheville Short Line.
Schedule in Effect May 27th. 1900.
Leavo Augusta......... 9 40 a im 1 40 p i1
Arrive Greenwood...........12 15 p im .
Anderson ........ ...............6 10 p
Laurens.................I o1 , in 6 35 a il
Waterloo (11. S.)... 12 52 p m ............
Greenville............ 3 0) p m 10 15 an
Glenn Springs...... 4 00 p i ............
Spap tan burg...... 3 lopim 00 ian
baluda.................... 5 33 P m ............
Hendersonvilio..... 6 03 in .. .........
Asheville................ 16 p im ............
Leave Ashe-ville............ 7 0 t .. ..........
Snarbnburg .........11 45 a mn 4 10 pt IT
G l n n Spris.gs....10 00 am ......
G reenvilloe.....12 0DIp mn 4 00 pr
Laurons......... ..17p mn 7 30 pr
Arrive Wat erloo il. 8.)... 2411 1 m .......
Orcen wood.....2 35 p m in i
A nderso n .......... .6 35 a 11
____Augus a........... 5 II0; p 10 48,a n
Leave Augusta.......................... 155pr
Allen dale...,................... 3.i8 l ii
Fairfax.......................... 4 i ip
Yeo n.18se ............900 amx 6 I5 pa
Bleaufort...........10 15 atu 0 15 pn
Por t. Royal .....1030 ai m 130 pr
A r Savannah....................... 7 21 pn
Leave Charlest on.......................65 50 inl
Savan nah............... ... ...5 45 anl
P'ort R oya!........... 100 pm 6 25an
Beaurort.............1 10 pm Ii 85 an
Yemassee........... 2 30 pam 7 20 ani
Fairfax.......................... 8 81 :.n
Alleoudale ,...................... 8 414 an
A rrive_Augusta.........................i10 -45 ain
1.40 p. im. train from Augusta makes cles
conneetlon at Calhoun Ia a for all points 01
Seaboard Air Line.
Close coninection at Greenwood for at
point s on 8. A. L. and C. and (I. Railway, anm
at $partanbnrg with Southern Railway.
For any informatiou relative to I.ickoti
rates. schedules, address
*W. J. CRAIG, Gena. Paas. A gt.,
Et. M. NOIRH. sol. Agt. A ugusta, Ga.
T M! EMERSON, Traxfile Manager.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE I
Between Oharleston and Columbia
Upper South Qarolina, North Caro
lina, Athens and Atlanta.
WILMINGTON, N. C., Nov. 20th, 1897.
(GO1NG WEST: In Effect Jan. 15, Joxio ItA!4'
*No. 62. 1899 No. 63.
7 00 am Lv....Charlest<n, .C0...A r 8 00 pn
8 24am Lv......La nes..,....A r 6 21)pn
9 40 am Lv..........Rmter........Ar 5 l8pn
11 00 am A r...Columbia .....Lv 4 1O0pn
125(7 am Ar...Pro erity...l.v 2 47 pn
12 20 pm Ar.......Nworry..... Lv 2 3> pnr
1 03 pm A r.....ClInton.........v I 58 pu
1 25 pm A r.....Lauren s........ 1 45 pn
3 00 pin A r....Grenyille....Lv 1214! aan
8 101 pm A r....partnn rir....l,v 1i 4. a
(107 pm A r.... Wnns boro....Lv 11 41 nna
8 15 pm A r..Charlotte, N1. C...Lv 9 35 an
41E5~pm Ar.Iendersonv ilie,NN.0..L~914~anI
7 00 pm Ar.......Asheville.....Lv 8 2) an
Nos. 62 and 63 solid trains between Charles
toin and Greenville via A tlantic Coast Line
Columbia, Newborry and Laurens R. IR. an<
Charleston and West Caroltina R. Ri.
H M!. EMgRSON, Gion. Passen eor A gent.
J . RKENLY, T'. M!. EM- .1SON,
Goenl.Manager. Trn fle~ M anage
fDigests what you eat.
IIt artificial ly digests the food and aids
1Wature in strengthening and recon
-structing thle exhausted digestive "r.
gans. Itis the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparatiori
can approach it in emfciency. It in.
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dysesia, Indigestion, Hleartburn,
latulence, Sour Stomach, N'ausea
Sick Hleadachle,Gastralgia,Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Peice 60c. and Ut. Large ar.o contains2%n times
Slnallsla.Dook all about dyspopslamailed frec
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chicago.
II i lyc(July 1It, 1000.
(caittern Siaiard T1iuo.
3juthbotl ld. Northbon nil
A.. P.M. PM. PM. A.M PIm
228453 62 85 :
030 700 1 35 T.v Laurons Ar 1 i5) 620 1261
6 4) 7 10 1 41" 1Parks Ar 1 25 6 10 11 t9
7 15 7 41 153 ..C 11ton.. 1 13 4 t0 11 ;20
7 3' 8 13 2 0:1 0oldville 1 00 420 10 20
760 811$ 210 ..Kinard.. 12 t3 1(8 1010
800 821 2 15 ...unry... 12 48 3 69 1 35
8 10 8:3 220 ..Jalapa.. 12 13 3.0 9 101
8 -5 0 05 231 bewborry 1230 3 2- 9 it
. V, 9 3'o 2 19 Pro.4perilty 12 17 2 1,J 8 15
135 1 1-1 25 , ...lighM.... 1207 2: 9
940 1.) :1, 3(b A Al ountain 12 (: 2:i2
10 !0 1010 3 1i ...Ch1npin... 11 18 2 15
0 '.0 102 :122 1111lli 11 43 2 46
124 1- '.-; 3 6 White lIc0(k 1111 1(9
10 41) 10 35 3 1. - it IIe Ino i I I 1, 1 511
1127 10 '-0 3 49 ......I : o..... 1 ' 35
11 4o II' : 1u ..L plurL. ' i 12
1215 11 3) 1 %1 A ( .ibl,tIv i 1 041n
o I Nilxeud. 'INon. W tdilfs. 1.;
1.Ittle o t 'V 7
I'h: t .. I ti
Wit1v ock 1;
Lwtnplut rt EO
I. v Columbin 4 T
Trillit; 52 n 1111113 1 lit ssoih I betweoln Chur
le-ton amid Gre' vill , dally.
Traiitj 2. ?lt() 5 claiy ex xepi Sundiy. be.
tween Colu mbin Itnd I li.trei.
Triit 3. 1ttin Tiu. Thu 4ity nui MttiIny
betweeln colimib lnld Latlenls.
Clotc conicution at Sumiter for all pointa
Clone connections at Spartnnhtig for tho
Mouitains IC. CAVCNAUG.11. Agt
S.g1 a IMITED
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Botwoll New York, Talllla, Atlanta, Now
Orlelans ald PoiWts ith aod West.
IN 1-:Fl-l,,Cl l U N N-3r<l 1931.
H0O111I WA it 1).
N,)311 No Z7
Lv Now York. P. Rt. I...... ... M 13 ir
Philaudelphlat P. It It ...... 29pm 720
" lnit im1ole) , P. It. It ........... 5 %0 l fitIn
Washington, 11 It It...... 7 UM11 10 6A2I2
RICtIchond, 8 A L Ity... 10 10pm 1135pil
1 PIetersburg, 11 3'im :; sopill
l,v igtewV .Ic1 2
Lv Henth, rson. :4 ":11 11 io I1I
" Italeigh "
" Southern Pn "
Is o 4A
Lv Halllot, 6 Wain 1032pi
Lv Columbisi, 44 10 36m 12 biji
Ar Savaninah,I 2 67pm 6 t0oi21i
JaicksonvIllo "4 7 40mvi :1 1 oton
Tainit, .4 11 .1op0la
A r Charilotto, 4._ - .11:11_sin .......
,v Ch' s r IN12rL,A ..
" (i-cenwood " 11 41tj .
" Athens I 48pin
Ar Atlanta,? ".11111).1.
" :gusA, C & W CW........
Lv N"w York. N Y 11 Nt.8 Wi1it 1) 0 ..1
L .New Yorkc, 1) K 8 Cot 3.00ll....
hrItill o'o, lI S 1 i.
Ws21ililtim. N& N KV It 1. ...... .... 63 pill
al U0N.) ily
Lv 'rtau..oumI, S A 1, ty 19 2)1pili jiOu
Weldon P~ u-111 Ikt 1I)Ip
No 31 N
v Ilidpowoly act U 2 j 2:-m 1 2 1ar
1011dorsou, 6 6?ai#j 2 13 111
2% lelJ~gh, '' 4 011ai In 8 6l1111
BSouthorn Phies5 b6 lm 7 12pm
fl) 0im 7 30pm
No 31 No 21
Coltiiblap2 103tr 1 lain
Ar i-livaillab, 2 14pnin ' Oi 2122
1 .1jack%mi-villn. 7 n 1 n. .O n
.N) -103 No.
Lv WilmingNon 3 01)1
10 ht1)117 3mt 102 55nm2
7 ~A.hi 4pmn 11 1am
I -5-N----0 -
'~ 11220)2. 4) ~a........ 20j11 .......2...
" Mol e, .& N........ .3 .a .........
Now ()rm 2.9,1. N . lOpm .. .......
Slc ijIls 1.. 3..)ti m 8 0i.in
10%N 11 20, (U
Lv e.) 11)1, NIi& s 1,. . 0 0 Lp m . ....
12lliI. I & ..... ... ....... 1220 m
" as ' '2 Nb 8 . ..... .. . 0 1))a
No 40- No -li
LvAtmoutl , A Ry. 92'npm 9I :pnm
(iWelon "V(2i 1 10!,a2n 22 1pm2
Lv~ ;logwJt "c, * - 2( m 3 ~ 621pm2
' WHenderoni, " 15am 2 'S3 m
" RIaigh I, "___ 41 0pm 18 501pm
". 1)outhern Pinies, " 5(1 57a11n 1612m
1221100,t:2, - 11 41p 12 03 l
" amet"6 11)02m 67 30pm
Ar II 2-22nvannab, i. 6)22 Ijm
" Ja1cks1onillo .I .5)t 1:)))
No 432 No82
Iv td wiy .(~ S I fl.30 1f am 1065m
W'ol123,2 :67pm 5 0spm
Ar 'O2t-)21I'2I h* 21 7 .O10pm 6 10aml
v ilmington ", 11S1 '.. .......... 3 -pn
" iow odi, " 1) 1 -l ( mn.. .1 8.'am
" A thens "i,c '71 1N 48Ipm - 43nmh7
Nor Ytlna rk 8 00pm 7 41-am
TMne og n. r Ise............. Yo7 2012i -iOcsh
11)0 b2(1 , 2 &112 lN ..... .............. ) 05nm - 11IJp m
NOS. N2 2T21WAl-11.
EfluNi 11 N
Noeylhs NC&S .. 12 -I4t ,pm 8No .Ip
Ar 1 Or))).As.LOa& n. - 8p 7.ti
Ar l 021)) f.D N............v1 0 116 ranm
Ar 1~J a .Alt N.L10 40o 38
SA 10nn2 sn. Pei ALdIeyo..... LvOo 4 14pm
A r Athe13 am er's Cros0ipm.Lv 2 pm
A'00 (12)w.Adal" ( 4oa -Lv 25m
Ar Wo49in.uton s.........v 4a in m
"r 2mWahb,ll.1m 17 M un
A.r Lv.niron " 1 P.a iAr3p
* n-ctIvr s at. rg, 01( .- t . 11 1 .o y1
RtAchnrsont-i "IC 515amws 5-.*iia12
Ar or. Infton tP and........8 en . p
Th hiudeYoun Hav Always 'B6gam
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