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[News and Courier.
Or"antelu,rg. .July '.-The reinit:s
of the lIon. J. \Williain Stokes, the
Into lIepriesei ntivte in ( Conglross from
this, the 7th 1itrit, weore interret
in Slunnyside Celmetery. on tilie nt -
skirts of this eity, this tuorninr; ii
tho preserce of an iminletnse throng:
and now )raingeburr Co.-runty's tuost
(listingnrishedlu soi of this generation
rests in the boloi of his native
county. Although th le home of the
decensed is three miles froin this
city there was it very lirgo number
of friends and relatives at (he Ii is
this morning to accompany the re
nains to their list resting place.
'l'hio funeral procession moved froin
th residence of t ht deceasedl towards
the city of Orangelnrg, the funeral
s-trvices being bellt at St. Paul's .M. I..
('hiurel, inl this city. There were
mnV canrringes andcl buggies in the
price?1ion, aid at the church thtere
was sch a Crowd that many coli
not get in. but hld to remi'-, :i on the
""lt- i? tllirinl the servit -t T i111
ttr vb- i'tf:wert, ee"n.Ineted1b l i 'the tv.
. . (' h lllnle. of ow svil1O. the
pi-t ,r , f N w tio .3} . \ thi :
'hurcl h f t .- --..:. :. which w -
h:e e titu i b je.-- p.
1 H. 1 . l> l r w :. . th." trc.:
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T h : r i t.'- we r.. .
: WELamri Emiott. Bi-aufort ; D). E.
taEbur;. , an C. _.. Thomas, ew
bernie, N. C. Theseo gentlemen \vere
driv-en out to the residence thi
mo'rniing andi( rode with the proce:.
sio to the church, being given posi.
tionis of honior in the arran)geJent.
This *as been the largest funeral
that has been held in Orangeburg
for many a day, and well it s4houldl
be, for only the peoPle of this count y
filly realize the loss that Orange
burg has sustained in the deoath of
Congressman Stokes. All of the
stores, offices, banks, the p)ostoflice
a'id other p)laces of business were
closed during the funeral hour, and
fr:m all over this county there have
c>me solid farmers arid business men
> be present at the funeral of the
man they admired and trusted. Men
who admired and asisisted the dle.
ceased while a young man in his
st.rnggle for on education, and later
in life while as a young man he was
fighting his way to the front in poli
ties, came to shed a tear at his grave.
Slenator Tillmran and the Reopre.
sentatives leave this afternoon on the
~ ~, various trains most of them returning
to their hiomeB.
Gen. Joseph L. Stoppelbein, of
"~' < ~ Spartanbx.g, an old friend of Dr.
Stokes, came down this rnorning to
~ ~.tnd tlke funeral.
151 LtIP AN~D OUARIACTR,
*,.tka had an unusually strong
thIe farmers and humbler
~~ ~ A3*trlot and 4t ~as be-'
(UsO tIOV trt1Ft ld Ini' aid lovtd'
liin. N:'etre;t lis tinin liat littni.
12} \\ l t he h' l I tw:t:m ed, he was
ll:i lov't !. I11'. Stok 'S was tivor a
l'iill ant In:i, 1it what h accon
p,ithed wa' tle I stillt of inl'tsaIt,
hos t wrt i ie. Itm II ade t he best nl
. n a.'it "; a saf' inua:. lie w\ as
ltri l:eal' I o w \\'it :1\ t' , i ll t til tx'i i ,
ft y t 11i t your" i .lo, his f:annly v
in l it of tit, l st : in thi- cota v.
lie was I gt ilellh il 'y' Iir:ih it.l
istii't, a stidont by trainig timl
:illlilationl, anit tid a'1\oe' I l 1'e rC
l:i:t'l t'lir-is :in tltrlolg11i!nt his ttil
tire cir. I1ike Im\ yonti men
of hii ime lhe luid to iIlt for li,
eluctilion, and aft or gralutat ion Ihe
taught -chool i nuib''er of years to
earn mnetwy with Iw hich tora pay delbts
ilt ho hail contracted for the pur
p+so of defrayiIg the x: nes of his
education. \\ ihilt' thus e'ngagedO in
teac'hing near11 Na.,hiville. Ten.)r,
St(kI, during lei'utre hour -,at
tellilt it leI'tu1r's lit \i tltl 'r11ilt 11 -Ili
vtrsity", livinig to tavel soine di- s
th o leisu re l o lie lts lit h is l It rlilg
plice for study. It was while thus
elgalgedk thaltt Ie gr'Iduateld at tI
head of hi: c,.iss iin medttiine. w\in.
ning a uiedal for the bo.-t t.ssay on
-o11110 subj'eCt gvti him by hi. i
structors. Vilniing this Inuedlal un
der such ci rcurlustances was a s +urce
S littho gritit n'atio: t' hi l i l
tIe . )r . : I did e1.sio
h' pra'ltt "' of h:s t+n '- itn f. r
r t ' i . as : 1.: 'r
r ' \rn\\1: . ' . :
R ry t' rn. It
6 nant- in-i v.1h
" r riLt r It\l' ; 'el i
dL not 12..wv where the
actsr:ncam fr.a. l. found il
n.. s'iz:e-e that a repIre.entaitive
:n l'en)Iaia. a epbicn
had. everal '. :rs ago' gie s;ome)
att'at'.,n to thi~s aeberine and had1(
evnin: rodul c'd a hi;ll on t he s.ubject.
But the rna!tter dIid not take? favor,a.
bly at that timeJ anid wva-i not pusihed
furth-r, s.o the authxor droQppedi the
subijct and drifte!d out of conigress.
It wa ti s discovery that attracted
il t tention Of C:ohgressmani Stohos8,
and ble qup.ick .F. pret ion l(d him to
believe thait hire was a field for him1
to devote his (fforts, for the, better
mrint of the r'ets~ (of thet rural
dlistricts, his Clodtituenc(y bieing com.,
posed~( largely of fariters. lt.sidinig
oultsidie a towna he reihliz~ed what gooid
and i regular ma1 il faci lities aan t to(
fa rmers, and t be inest i mable valueo
that th develYlopmeint of this8 plan
would prove to thbem. 11(3 threw his
wih lo heart into the~ work and ini his
fertile mnind~ mlot all objections that
were originally ratised. The lanU in
general operation throuhout the
coulutry today is the result of dho
volopmnent, the most valuab)lo featuro
beOing sutggesItedI and( urged by (1on
gresslmani Stokesr. Il(o first made his,
fight almost sinsglo.handed, congress
rejecting his proposition for an ap.
priation for this purpose. Ho then
turned his attention to the postoffico
department and interested its head
in has plans. The system Was then
treated as an experiment, and with
agitation it has grown ini popularity1
and favor. Several of the first ex
perimental routes wore located mr
this district. At this time there are
a number of these free delivery
routes in this district, and there1
would be many more but the falling
healtlh of ('ong,rossma hnl Stokes tih
's t feW imonths:. Congressnan
S(oke. expectrd grent ihings (roln
tho dovelopmeInt of this system,
V'hich lie cotsidlers ia great otluentoi
as wYtlI as of iine from i businss
!tand oint. OIr. Stokes was not the
num to push hims elf fand deianil tlt
:i that he lesrvo for hi: elforts,
1 t!t the- 1't','ople of 11. t.ist riet know
h:i: worth nal of his efforts. alI they
honor mn,l reslptet him for what hc'
nc. mpl1'i-ha l f or themn.
It IO 1 t llt .l I A it, i . \\YF W t.
ltt-t m ttrlq,, stttrc e. . ttl earve,r eq Co p.
Ir,ttl'r of the luttrret"y.
\\ a-hingt,'ln, J aly . ('omupt rollro1
of thot' nlrrtncy I)auwes has ttiderotl
hi- resiginatioll to the PI'esitltet to
t ak , tfeet October 1. NI r. )awes
resigntdt his offie' in order to enter
tie Illinoi t Senatorial clontt'st this
fall. llis term of otlico would not
have expired nut ii January 1, 11O;.
Hlis letter to the President is as fol.
"Washington, .Inly' :3. 19tt).
W lliim \le k inley, I-:xecut ive \lan.
si.n, Wishingtcn : In vit'w of the
fitet that I will he a candidate for the
l'nited Sta'tt s Stnate fron bllints, I
Ihcrt'bv tendor v resignait ion as
c ptroller of the enrrencv, to takt'
.l Oet ctl'ot r I next.
"('hnrlos G. Dawes.
i n annevor to ail iniquiry NI r. Dawes,
in exl,1ln,,tion, sa'd: "1 have re
si:n ,d biee.ms of my intention to he
1 :.t:.dilate before the peopl of
It, for the U1.tiled States Senate.
It wnould not he possible for me dur
t the next year to make i canvass
r t'e -enrtte an;t at tht, stnt timne
: e my own satisfact:on
hem mnt ai respom,sible otice
I :.e.v holl. I am iniluenced solelv
tac tion by what seems to me
i:ain IropIlties of the F.itunation."
Mr. Dawes entered the otlice of
p1 roicr of the currency on Janu
- 1 -.'. sneceding James 11.
: was illmediately con
Iby the situation in the Chest
.., re t National lank, of Phila
i h . which was one If the most
1:.icettoda ever confront ing a comp
t tr. l1e' found it iece'sary, in
thc :. rE -t tfI the creditors of the
i;., to oppose the general plan of
a reorganization committee formed
2 prominent citizensof Philadelphia,
anl for a time he was severely criti
cit.d therefor. His plan was fol
lotd, however, and it is now recog
nize.l as having saved to the credi
t.rs of the bank a lien upon other
roperty, wic h was not cont emplated
by the reorganization committee,
from which they wvill probably re
ai ze over it miillioni dollars.
One of the first ordlers after onter
ing oiffh:e stopped the practice of tIhe
empjloymen!t of nntionadl)bank ox
amiiners for the private examination
of bank:s. Early in his term ho made
a rtuling levying a second assessment
upon stockholders of insolvent banks,
where t he first assessment had been
less t han t ho law authorized, and he
establ.lished the practice of rebating
to stockholders such portions of the
prnor assessment as was dletermnined
by furt her littuidation to have been
excessive under theolaw. This ruling
ebangedi the long establishedI p)ractice
of the oflice anid was upheld b)y the
Courts, practically without excop
tiorn. Comptroller Dawes also or
ganized a system of consolidIationl of
inIsolvenlt banks in the last stages of
liquidation in the interests of econo
my, so that at the present time
thirty -soven receiverships are being
administered by twvo receivers, with
;;reatly reduced expenses. lHe alsc
uniformnly haistened the liquidation
of insolvent banks. Upon e'ntoring
oflico the fag ends largely of the na
tional biank failures of 1893 panic
were st ill unmdisposed of. During the
last four years lie has collectoil
twenty- five million dollars cash from
these assets, which covered overy
description of p)roperty.
Owing to the passage of the law~
of March 4, 1900, the national bank
ing system of the country has greatly
increased. D)urmng his administra
tion lie has created 785 banks. The
numbler of national banks now undoi
his superv sion is 4,004, having as
nets of $5,03l0,704,300.
"1 thought I was riding into offioc
on1 a Wavo of popular enthusiasm!''
"lBut, after I'd paid the lBills, I
felt as if I'd tooted it in, so tc
speak l"-Dtroit Journal.
- Bacon-What aro points on the
races we road so much about ?
Egbert-Whf, the points are the
things which the follows get stuck
Just One 1oy.
ur, sViix>:v P.'v in.:.
.'I ')o vol think it is a good like
lerbert stood hv his Inot her ant
waited ftr her verdic, on the pIho
tograp)h he had hanlded her. 11
had just leel sent homie frot tht
.nrI ist '5.
"Yes. I think it is,'' said mother.
iaiing at it with a loving snilo.
'es, tihe eves are good, the hai
has its owi wave, atd 1 like the
Vathier, exalnititilg it, a1reed
with her opinion , an1d she took it
:tt ln, looking at it more closely.
''!t is very evident t hat you
mother thinks it a beauty I1cr
bert,'' said father, jestingly.
She would not have liked to say
how heautiful to Ier was the face
from w hic Ih looked out tle eyes. so
dear to her, so true in their stiaightl
'tf 1i course the.re is uio pictitre
like it to llerlert's moother,'' she
said. with a smile. ."'ere are his
eves. his month and his hair-his
own .idltl no one's else.'
"Sure enough, that's so," said
I lerbert , a graver expression fall.
ing over his face. "Just my eyes,
jIst iy nose, just mily Iouth-and
No: just think of all the mil
lions of faces inl the world -and
among them all, alt hough sonic
may be very much alike, none are
" lIow could God make so many
all di tferent !' ' asked IIerbert.
"But, mother, my one pair of eyes
andl things are jist for tme to do
with. No one else call make thei
move except me."
"No : they" are your own to use,
because God has given them to
Vl. just one pair of eyes, one
pair of hands, mouthI, ears, feet-all
belong just to 1Ierbert Lee. Through
all his life tie will have the moving
of them. They will act at his
command. If his heart dictates to
them brave, good, upright deeds,
such as bring honor to the ILord
who gave them, the world will be
better for his having lived in it.
Otherwise-well, it is sad to think
how many feet and hands and eyes
are used only for evil ; and fcarfu,
to think how much evil they may
"Oh ! I never thought how much
there was to it before." mused
1Ilerb>ert, as a few moments later tic
walked dlown the street to order a
dozen photographs his mother liked
so well. "lThey're going to scn(d
the pictuires to grandmother and
uncles aind aunts. They'l11 like
them because there' re mine.
They'll t hiink they're good oncs. I
wonder if they always wvill be.''
L ater he strayed down by the
bay beside whicth some of his boy
friends were at play. Boats for
sailing and rowving were tied tc
the dock, and ini onie of them he
saw a boy of his own age.
"'Going out, George?'' be asked,
"'Yes, if you will go wvith me.
'"You don't mean that yout'rc
going out without your father, or
''Yes, 1 do,'' said George, fret.
fully. '"Fat her said he'd take mt
over to the othier side~ today-the3
say thiere's lots of line shells washe
up by the storm yesterday--btt
man camne to see him so the coulc
not go. 1'mi goinug wvithout him,
bitt I don't wvant to go alone. Yor
"'I'll go home and ask mother :'
"'.That'll take too long. Somic
of the boys have gone already anc
they'll get ahead of us on the
shells, You don't need to ask.'
IIerbeirt had stepped into th<
boat and felt uinder him the genth
heave.of tthe water. It was a beatu
tiful day, the sun sparkling on thc
smooth waters of tte bay. Hiow
safe it looked, and how delight
IIe was well accustomed to th<
with of ars, having often been ouw
wihhsfather. Whart harm cotilc
thecre be in such a delightful row i
"If you'd just wait till I ask,'
he said again.
"I can't. There's no need of it,
Helre's a pair of oars apiece."
George slipped them on tthe oa1
lock, and Herbert, without as yel
aniy fixed purpose, laid his ..handm
on them. Then his eyes fell or
tis two hands, , They were th(
hands shiownl in the picture-the
one pair belonging to him, the pain
9f which he had the moving,
either to good or ill. ITn hi v..
litIrt i(e lhlew it \vould he wyong
rI him to go (in the w'iter ViitiotIt
the knowledge of his father or
"I N'rt h:auds, drop those oars!
skip ouit of tHIt hoat ! Eyes,
Vou Iee(dn'I look so lotitngly over
that I y !'' I..ughinito to hinself
" I ht metntally i":suedt the conli
Iltun ds, IIe spI rat; out of t he hoat.
".renI't you going'' said Gieorge
it ;i t ietIt ly).
"Ther's, lin Ilyde, 'iy
don't go le'11 Ie glad to go."
lie n it''s a little fellow. I (Ion't
believe its safe for him."
"You go 'long,'' said George,
sourly, anld IIerbert went his wav.
Ilow can there be any)' danger in
a ro wb1oat y"
Toward evening there was gre;it
excitetient alolg the heach.
"I'wo boys had overturned inl a
''low could it happeun When the
water is so smtloot i?'' was asked.
"'['hey got into the wake of a
steaim1er nild it tossed tihem abot
like a cork, anld finally spilled
\len anld Vomen and children
went about with hushed voices and
white faces during hours in which
it wa not known whether the
boys, taken from the water after
somle delay, could be resuscitated.
lBut at length lI lerbert was able
to carry the glad news of their
safety to his mother. At the same
time he told her of his desire to go
with George, adding, laughingly
"liut I made up my mind that it
was :a good time to begin to make
my hands, my just one pair, all the
ones lve got to (o anything with
all my life, move in the right direc
II is mother kissed the dear
hands, with tears in her eyes, as
she said : "If they had not turned
that way, they might have becW
stilled, and these eyes closed-all
opportunity for loving, beautiful
service gone forever."
-'1'i.I: iIolNxNG S-Alr.
R:d Tople Iustratcd.
Washington, July 8,-The con
troller of the treasury has passed
favorably on a claim of $205 in favor
of George P. Roberts, of Tennessee,
filed nearly thirty years ago. Mr.
Roberts was a member of Capt.
David Beaty's company of indepen
dent scouts, which never had been
regularly mustered into a service.
Congress recognized their services in
1870 and Mr. Robrts was allowed
$1,034. Mr. Roberts, however, had
served compllulsorily in the Confede
rate servico and did not join Capt.
lioaty's scouts until August, .1802.
lie therefore returned tho check to
the treasury and asked that lie be
paid for his actual services. This
waus on December 0, 1871, and now
the matter has been settled1, Robert's
honestly resulting iLl his waiting
thirty years, and the Government
saving a trilling sum a Government
Atla,stic Coast LIno.
On account of Triennial Concave
Knight, Louisville, Ky., August 27-30,
1901. For above occasson, the follow
ing r'oundstrip rates to Louisville, Ky.,
From points soutn of Petorsburg and
Norfolk -- for Ind Ividuals - one .first
class far'e for rotund tipil.
For brass bands in uniform ten or
more on one ticket, from Columbia,
S. C., $11.15 por1 capIta; Wilmington
$15.30 per capita. Rates fr-om other
points wIll be quoted on app)lication.
Tlckets to be sold August 24th, 25th,
26th, 27th and 28th, iron-clad sIgnature
form, limitedl to continuous passage,
with tinal lImit September 3rd, 1901.
By dlepositing ticket with joint agent
at Louisville between August 28th and
September 2nd, Inclusive, and on pay
ment of fee of fifty cents at time of
deposIt, an extension of the final limit
to Septemnber' 18th, 1901, will be ac
From ichemond ad Petersburg:
Frindividunals-Ono first-class fare for
round trIp. No less rat'e to be made
for brass bands.
TVickets to be sold Atugust 22nd to
25th, Inclusive, with flial limit Septem
ber 3rd, 1901. A n extension, by deposit,
to September 17th, 1901 inclusive, will
bo aLcct;rded unider' same conditins as
from other teri'itory.
Week End Rates--Effective June 8th
and contInuIng to and IncludIng Au
gust 24th, the following wveek eiid rates
wIll -ap)ply from Newborry and Pros
perity, S. C.:
To Waterloo, S. C., Cross Hill1, 9. C.,
Spartanburg, 8. (3. and Oroentillo,
Tickets sold Saturdays and Sundays,
good returning, leaving destination not
later than Monday following date of
To Glenn Springs, 8, 0.--TIckets des
tlnatlion not lat.er than Monday fellow
ung date of salo-82.50.
[ron-olad sIgnaturo form tickets lIm
Ited to continuous passage to be used.
HT. N. Emerson, 0. P. A.
T. U. Emorson, T. Mf.
tNIUMU Ai, CONUI'HIONN.
Ti'h St'ab,tr,l Will Alts,w" Stop ovetr on Ituar
Columlbia, S. ( ., Juite 20th, 19<>1.
l''Iiective date all seasot and snminter
excnrsion tickets via tihe Staboarl Air
I,ine Railway to the lall-.\nterican Ix.
1 osilion itt ltiffaIlo, N. V. and Niaigara
l''alls will allow stOp-over. pr1ivileges at all1
>oints ti llt of Lattatico antd Delmiar,
Va., within lintit of ticket. TUis will he
's)ecially convetienit to tiiereltits go
ing norllt who wislit to take advantage ol'
the low rates an<d stop at \Vasiinlgin,
ilaltitiore, hliladelpihia anttl New Vork.
lattes frot all points int Sontt Carolitia
via the Seaboard Air I,itie Railway to
linfTatlo are as follows: $33.15 for ticket
liinted to returtn withiit Iifteet days front
<late of sale, and $36. to for ticket limited
to returi ont or before October 31st. These
tickets are good either all rail or via
Portsmouth, Norfolk and diverging lines.
$.tt.cx for tickets leading via Savainnh
or Norfolk atid steamer to New York
tteals aiid state-rooui oii steaier without
extra cost, thence rail to liutlalo, and re
turn via same route. These tickets to he
sold daily to Septeither 30th, with final
limit October 31st.
'rhe e'eaboard Air l,ine Railway operate!s
daily inl each directioti two vesti)ule
trains comuposed of 'ulltitnn clay coaches
and sleeping ears on quick, conveiient
1'or any further infortiatiotn write to
G. McP. Ilatte, T. P. A.,
Columubia, S. C.
Will. liutler, Jr., 1). P. A.,
Rt. l. L. Iltnchi, G. P. A.,
Cotdnened Sehe.lo in lfloot
STATIONS. i l
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Stunn"ia-rvillo...... .. 1: t n'1 ' i I it inI
" l ant-hviIle......... 2 (1 a ni I (Iu a ii
"Orang-hurg.........2 .1i, iIn it 2S a in
Kingvillvo............ 1 05 a in ) '!4 a to
" Barnnl............ - 10 a imi 1i a mi
" ikrtill..............1 'la it in "1 n a ill
L I l umiIia............ 2.1 a ) i 11 ;U a to
"'Prosperity .......... 7 14 a mn 12 210 nit
Nutwhl)erry"........... 7 ,0 a in 12 85 p n
1" inetv-Stx........... 8 ;II a in 1:10 p tti
" reenwoodt.......... 8 51 a in 2 05 p in
Ar. HoJges............. .9 15 a m 2 25 p m
1v.Abbei ....... - : a i 1 45 p m
Ar. ielt,nt...... ......... it) 10 an 20 p Iml
._Anrrsn ...... __ i 1 4u i n 2IS 1 i1
Ar (ireenville........I 11 ..20 it m 4 :5 1 in
Ar. Atliula.I ('n.'Tiine :1 ,5 p nj 00 p i
ST'ioNS. iil aily,
_______ N_o____. N o. 1.
Lv. dreenvillo............6 '20 p 0 i 40 a n
Pied ont ........... it 1)0 p in 10 05 a mo
Willimnston......... 7 12 p1 m i-10 *25 a m
Ar. An(lnr.nn .... ...... 8 15 p in I1 15 a n
Lv. Beo11,n . - ....~. 785 1y10 h1~ i. i
Ar. Dot al4.ds............. 8 0I p nt I1 10 a in
Ar. AIbovillv............ C) 05 y i 12 01 n'n
L . Iud ts .............. 8 20 p ill 11 25 It m
Ar. (}reenwood......... 8 560 p an I1 50 a .n
" Ninety-ix.......... I 10 p in 12 U5 p m
" Newberry..... ..... 10 15 p nt 1 10 p im
" Prosperity........... 10 32 p in 1 21 p m)
" ColuinbiIa........... 11 50 m m 2 .0 p i
Ar. lint"lctillu............ '12 it 11t 2 ; " it i
" Ilarnw n............ 3 O it a t 07 a im
" Snvtiannnh ......... -1 60 Ia Ii " 50 a im
v Kiingvillo............2 ? : a m 3 .10 p m
(Iran geburg......... .1 it .1 -12 4'p i
" Braticlvillc,......... I -5 it nt 5 25 p in
"' iinninecrville....... 57 a mi 6 .i2 p li
Ar. Chtarlesot ...... 7 00 at im 7 0.) p im
12 00 n i 4.1a " Mummeiorvillo 4 0-2jy 5 57 a
2 00 a 0 (B:0 a" .Hiitanhvjille. ' 5 21 p 4 25 a
2 415 a i ::31 a'" Oran::ebun r g ".1 .1.2 p ;0 .15 it
4 05 a 10 241 a " . Kinillc " : ;)1 p 2 :12 a
12 110 a ... S~ai- iii A r.~.1 T Oii
4 1a a.... " .. Ilarnweni .. "'......: 07 it
4 281a.... ..nlIackvine .. " ... 2 s
7 20 a 11 130 a " .. Cohunia .. "' 2 15 p 9 30Op
7I 57a 12 I5 p " ....Alston.... " 251) 8 5i0ia
8 58 a 1 23 p " ... Xanttuc. "1' 151)p 7 46 p
0 15 a 2 03Op "'... Ui n.....' ." 1 7 a~ 7 10 p
91 84 a 2 221 p'" ..JonetsvilIo.. " 11 17 at 6i 53 p
11) 20 a I8 10 p Ar Spartanburg Lv 10 115 a (115 p
10 8.5 it 40) p Lv Spartanburtg Ar 10 25 a (1 00 p
2 00 I 7 15 p A r...A shovillo ...Lv 7 05 a 3 Op
"P" p. mn. "A" a. mn. "N" niight.
DOUB3LE DATLY XERLVICEi IWTWEEN
CHARLESTON AND) (+REElNVILLE.
Pullmatn palace sleepi)ng narls on Trinsii 115andt
80, 7l iinud 18, on A . and C2. divisioni. I)ining cairs
onl thiose tr'atins serve- all meatils enron)to.(
Tratin 1leat,e Spatrtaiinury A. & C. <1vision,
northbound. 11:5:1 a. mn., 31:31 p. mi., (1:12 p. m.,
(Vestibulo Llnited) and (1:55 p. ma.; sonith
bound 12:'20 a. im., 11:15 p. m., 11:40 a. im., (Vest 1
Trains leave (Greenvillo, A. and C. division,
northbound, 5:55 a. mi., 2:34 p. mn. and 5:18 p. mn.,
(Vestibule Limxited). mand o:55 p. mn.; south
biond, 1:25 a. m..4:80 p. mn., 12:40 p. mn. ( Vesti
bulo Linuited), and 11:30 it. ma.
Trains 15 and 10-Pullmann FBloping OCr
betweon Chatrleston and1( Asevi lie.
Etlogant Pullianti Drawing-Room Slooping
Cars bietweeni Savaninah and Ashevillo enontto
daily between Jacksonvllo anud Cincinnati.
Trains 10 iad 14I Punllman Parlor Cars bo
FRANK 8. 4A NNON. S. HI. HJARIDWICK
Thi'lrd V-P. & Geon. Mgr., Ocen. Pas. Agont,
Waushington, D. 0. Wanshin gtont, D, 0.
W. H. TjAY)LOE, R. W. HUNT,
Asst. GIon. Pats. Agb. D)iv. Pas. A gt.
A tlanta, (a. C2harlest on, 8. 0.
ATLANTIC COASt LINE!
BetWeen Charleston and Columbia,
Upper South Carolina and North
WILM iNGTON, N. C.,, .n .10 DL; 1901,
GOING WEST: In Efet May 20 GoING EAST
*No. 52. 19101 No. 53.
7 00 am Lv....Charleston,8.0...Ar 7 40 pm
887 am Lv.......Lane.......A r 5 53pm
9 51 am Lv.........umt r.......Ar 4 82 pm
1113I am Ar....Colut bia .....Lv 3 00 pm
12 84 pm Ar...Prosprity.......Lv 1 43 pm
12 47 pm Ar......Newbrry...Lv 1 28 pm
1 32 pmi A r. ,.Clin on...,.Lv 12 35 pm
1 50 PmV A r.....Laurns .....Lv 12 12 pim
3 25 pm A r.....,..ronyIllte....Lv 10 0 pm
3 2 pmi Ar,....partan burg.....Lv 10 -l8 amI
7 1a pm A r...Wnsboro........v 10 18 am
9 20 pm A r...harlot.fo, N. C..Lv 81 10 am
fill' pm~Ar..lindcrsonvill1o, N. U~..v f0:~a~m
7 16 pm Ar.....Ahvllo.....Lv 8 00 am
Nos.562 and 580ol(d trains bet.woon Charles
ton and GreenvIllo, 8 C.
H1 M. EIMERS i.. en. Passenger A gent.
J. E. K EN ilY, T. M. EM EIRBON,
GenI.Manag Traffie Manager
80HERDUL1I IN REJEO AFER JUNE 2, I00L
Lv Glenn 8priags.................o0 a m
Rt0ebucir.........,..................94 a m
Ar Spattanburg......;..................10 00 a m
Lv Spat'tanbturg.......................43 p m
RloebOok... .....,..................4 0ip m
Ar Glenn Springs......,.............. 4 45 p m
...... .I 8 Simpson, President,
O P 1 U M * * "ie i& ut S n t
-UM AL LIN Miiit
2(1~kVEsTIBU L b
kSA.L. A ILMITED
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Ci8lal City 11o11to."
hlortI.l"i.he hot.ween all 1 pIncipal citice
North, East, outh nittal VeHt.
UItri(ItaLIled oiedIIe to PLtn AmotIcant Ex
po liIlt n at 111t11:110.
12'"lodulo hn Cll'1ct_ Mlty 20, 11901.
Cetttal 'TIm0. Locn I A I.
IhlIly. i)ntly. latItt to
NorthbounIt 't0 31 CILoa.
l.v Havantttah,....i i -it pam 2 10 pn
I'rtirnx ............ I ? II n 3 68 pln
I lull n' k ......... 2 1 0an 4 :.3 pin
Colu bla......... . 40 n.in 7 12 pin
Ca dtnt en............ 6 37 Itsa I S 0 pmn
Choraw ............ 7 12 amtn 111)
Ar II atnot............ 7 -10 ati 10 )1 o. 2..
lv UnIholhl Falls 100 nam 4 11 put 11 47 It
Ahbovillo ........ 1 13 a1n -188 pal 1122 pin
(Jreenwood ..... 201 at 601 pin 12.1)) pm
Clittion............ 2 5 ltnm t 1 36
Ctrlhtlo............ 3 431 1tn 41 3 1
("il ct r............1 11111 7 111
I 'tttowtat Jt..... 4 -5Ittn 71m lm
Ar ii inlot.............. 7 10 a t I pot
l.v I ta let...........8 0) n 035 )tl
Ar (igIl......t..... 37 at 1 21 pm11
'etosbur.......g.2 *111 i '18 uin
itlcn.und.......: 2dp 1.>n 2 N a ..
W 1ingtul ... 7 015 pinl10 10 7l7,
I llli f utnioo...II 2411 ant 11 26 aml
1'hllndul hn ... 21)111 lan 131 pin
Now York.1;U 1tn1 4 2 14 111 p
1"tHUitl _I tNorI'k t,:i) pin1 7 iH)........
1:6-7irii TIn a p
.Sont.i bou11d1. 1) taly, 1).. I y
Cau ........... 25 an 12 3piti
A a nratl oa .
Ieulnatr ........I 09 id at 2 27 1)
Vatihrtgt.... 7 t m 0 at n
Ar Snyt iai .........I I 26 pmn 4 62 i
.1tekdUnvl3h... 21 10 jomn1 31) palnk
Namw Yr.g........ Ul 10 nm11 40 ptln
'itltth-Nor.'k ti0pta 7 5 0 i)1t
11hbd. lrn 'Tlly . Local
Lv Chtrnw ............ t 43 tntlt 1 0.-at10 Clot at ta
nu.tit ...........10 20 atn 153 amttn Atlana
CallIt b....1 a7 at 2 40 1u11 No. 63
(i;intoa......... 17 9 an 2 65 ttlll 2 10 pi
'ircuawut......12 22 poin , 0 ata 3 05po
A I ioh......... 1 -1 pl 4 15nttn 3 33 pool
('htikonvt 1"l8.. I pt. 10 n i ntu 4 11 pm
Ar A . l s............ 2II) p 11 2 at 6 13 p
Atnalt.......... "1 4 nm1 r ca " nm 8tJ 11n
No. W;es c1 r c ... Itt.. r. sin g ol WI tn0e
t1ua tylon 1.... ..o1t y 1 u aty 2 it i Noxpt s, ai
,I%Iug Ilull'uto ;3.;t111
( tatit r .bitt, . . wI I" y am1 i 551e n il iw py,
rtl rt No wo2 lltvi g C ;in lb. U a Snt p
1, at. v111...... ti12i , :um t4lsa n ul t 3C in
w 'ith n A. 1. 'nil.. ay. Na. 3, nIltdlng
htnesti ad nl.k.... 5 o int by uvOIl o l)t
o. Atlctntt, Ittattgn, Nit8hivtii St. Lotha,
CitIeat3(tati itnd pnly,ll %Vt'aort.
Ciasie eiuattutt 1t Pc-1ersbug, ltnlondta,
Vtati 11 No r2 ntoti . Nrtfba.lk, Coltto )in,
it, It.t l, J . k3 oit1 Ii , 1onil At nlt t itln
5tage3u tut ai hole raints bryoing thr gh
uhlit a:l alepi poits 1twet. a r1110; at
die ts. iics
8. A. .. Iltilway 1,x') mile books are got.l
ovtr t'., N. nitd L. ltilwny; alo t0 WashIng
tun, 1). C.
kor' reducsd rates, 1'ullIan il re8ervatiot.,
0le,, 11pply to
Wti. lutL.er, 1). P. A., (o. Mcl'. latto, T.P.A.
Si Vail) iala, Ua- Cottin, 5, U..
J. M. larr, 1st V. Y, & U. 31.
It. 1". L. tiulnc:h, U. V'- A-. 1Pot mtuth, Va.
Cllarlstoll aild WCStor Caroiua Rv Co.
Augusta aud Ashevillo Short Line.
Nohoditul In ELffeot Juno 1.i1, 19t1.
Leavo Augusta .................10 05 t im 2 !' p mt
Airivo Ut"een1wood...........12 :6 p in .........
An(dCrson ........................... 7 15 p
Laurims ................. 1 35 p mi u ;i i Lt
Watorloo (11. .)... 1 t6 p n ..............
Gretiville......,..... 3 25 p n to 3u ant
Ulen11 n prings......4 .15 p n ..............
Sptttnn burg......... 3 0 1) m 9 00 t m
ttludal................. 33 3 ) ..
lendertunvillo..... U 03 p In
Ashevllu................ 7 16 p in
Loavo.Aushovillo........7 0:) a;) .
Spartttanblrg .........10 1a a am 3 -0 p i
Ulu.n 8pra gs...... 00 a i ............
(re1onvi ilo ............10 it a m 1 4 p m
Laurent................12 07 p mn u 3t1 p i
Arrive Waterloo tI. M.)...12 h 3) .t .
G3recaitwood.......1 16 p mn 7 45 pmn
Leoavo Anadorson ....................... 7 .5 a m
A ugaasa It...........3_40 p im 8 45 P1m
Letavo Auagusta....................... 3-5p
Allond ale......................5 52 pam
Fairfax--.................... am 102 pm
11eaufort............10 15 am ?~ 55p
Por t R oyal..... 10 30 nm1 8 05 pm
Air. Svn n a h -....................... 7 5 pm
Saivan na................... .... ...0 l10 am
Port lioya1........... 1 00 pm 5 40 am
lleauuort, ............0 1)1 6m5)5 am
Y otamaaseo.'.......... 230 pm 6 10 amn
Fairfax---....................... 7 4i nm
Allen dale....-.................. 7 61 tnm
Arrivo Autgusta.-.--................... 3 00 am
Uloso connt,dion at, G2reenwoodt for all
points1 0on 8. A. L. andt C. tand (A. Itailway, and
at Npartanburg with Southern Rtailiway.
For allay inIormnatilon relative to tickets
-W. J. CJLA IG, Gena. P'as. Agt.,
EC. M. NORT H. 801. Agt,, uuta Al
T. hM. EMERSON, Traolic Manager.
Ini Eflfec4t iund(ay, Juno Olih, 39)1.
(iCastern l4tandlard Timno.
A M. A,M. P.M.' P.M
7 45a Lv Atlanta (.A.L) Ar. 8 t 0
10Oint A thenst 6 28
11 16at El bert.on 4 18
32 23p Abbaevilto .216
12 4bp Gireeniwood 2 418
1 25p_Ar Clinton L. 2 00
(O &w U.)
10 00a Lv Gilenn Spriniga Ar 4 00
It hoa Hpart anbuirg 8 10
124'1p *renyvile 8 00
12 52p Wauterloo 2 001
1 4:j Ar aren(DInI'r) v 1 8
2 5 3 52 85~T
Daily Frt D1y FL
Ex Sun-. Ex Buni,
A.M. A-M. PM. A.Ml
6 03 12121Lv Laurene Ar 1 50 5 00
1110 12310 at Pareks Ar 1 43 4650
S41 12 3. ..Clinton 1 83 4 20
1118 12463 Goldville 118 851
7108 32655 ..Kinard 1 10 8 43
7 17 I CS ...Gary. 1 05 8 1
7 !.6 1312 .,Jal apa I tI 8 22
8 00 1 28 19 w borry 12 47 8 00
825 1 43 Prosperity 12 84 2'|T2
8 .1 1.6 '''.'..811gs... 12 23 202
86 11i 8 Ln, Mountain 12 20 1 6
016 212 ...Chapin... 12CO6 189
024 218 RIlItoni 12 (0 I59
it219 222 White Rock 11567 124
0 37 2 27 .talton tline 11652 1 16
9652 2 37 ..rmo....1148 1 00
10 02 2 41 ..Leap hart.. 13 20 12 48
1080 ii 800ArUolujtblaLv 11 t8 12&,
4 16LvColurr bia (A.o.L.)Ar 11 (0
6 26 Sumter 1) .it
8 80 A r Chgreston Lv 7 03
For Rat ioTl, oriif~ti iaaiorma.i
(Ion call (on any Agent, or* wrIte to
WY. 0. (;lIlLDS, T. Mi. 1EERSON,
Presidelelt. Trafflc Manager.
J. F. LIVINUBTON, H[. M. 1atME1RSON
So.Ag. Gen'! Frt. % Pass A gt.
Coumia0S . Wilmington, N. 0'
BLUE RiDGE RAILROAD
1. 0. BBA'kT14~ Receiver.
Effeotive 1y .,, 1897.
- 1e1ween Anderson and Waihalla,
BAIITBOUNtD. . WESTRouND.l
No.12. Stations. No. I
Ar 11 00am ........deroni.........38 0p
Ar)O40tam.........Dnver-......LavB 6 p
Ar1 2a........Autuan..........v4 0pm
A102am.,..,,..n dton v 4 14p.
Ar 1018 am..erry's (7rossing'.Lv,.''L4 93 m
-d )am..dams' Orossin...v 4 29 pinr
Ar 9 49am ,.,..neca...... L 4 47ptn
Ar925am--..et Union ....LL 5 Ipm
Ar m,In....--..,.Wa3halla ......L57 pm
A,.M,iLy,ANDERt3ON Sn erinten'd 6
C0fnnections at Benooa with o. U i No 11
At Ane0o.son With B0 Riway Noa.,3 #iai41