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E_rl:_3, i1E)IL6... ER. S. (1 , FRID~AY-4 NOV1EM BER TWC2AWEK,E
rlllIII ID m86Tn mn nEnLI Y I5 A
NEAiR EACH OTHER,
WILL RESIDE IN ini: 5InUr1oN OF
VA8JI I N(rON.
New ConIgroRKImnI) - I h reo of Thlei to go
Frotn TIain Mtte--AtKianu(ent oIl
Conl) itte- igi1ny h.i Chasnget to
CouiH. (I ne maeo.
[Special to Charleston Post.]
\Vashington, Nov. 18.--Sonator
McL. aurin and family will take up
their residetco (iring the present
sessluto of Congress at No. 1,016 East
Capitol street. This is not very far
from,the residence of Senator Till
man and family, which is also on
East Capitol street, near Lincoln
park. Senator McLaurin has prob
ably boon in Washington city during
the present recess of Congress more
than any other of the South Caro
lina delegation. Senator Tillman
has boon at the capital city this re
Cess but infrequently.
Represonative Elliot of the First
district, has also boon a frequent visi
tor to Washington, locking after ox.
position and other matters of inter
est to Charleston. He is expected to
arrive here for the session shortly af
ter the Thanksgiving holidays and
will be with his family at their old
headquarters the Hotel Normandio.
There will be three new members
n the coming Congress from South
arolina. Mr. Lever, who succeeds
e late Dr. Stokes, and Reprosen
ative Elect Scarborough and John
on. Mr. Scarborough has beti in
ashington a few times during the
ecess, whenever he las- come to
,ashing u heretofore be has
pped at the Metropoiitan Hotel,
it is thought likely for the com
', winter he will make that hotel
It is not thought any of the Repre
ntativs from South Carolina will
rive in Washington for a couple of
Representative Elliot, who always
ops at the Hotel Normandie, will
tve distinguished company this sea
n. Speaker Henderson, who arrived
r the session Saturday afternoon,
ill resi le there with his family.
Owing to the fact that there will
three new members from South
arolina in the coming Congress,
here may be a shaking up more or
as in the committee assignment of
he South Carolina delegation. Con
ressman Elliott, however, is ex
ected to retain his assignment on
he judiciary committee.
Chairman Burton of the river and
arbor committee, it is announced,
will likely abandon his proposed trip
to Texas before the convening of
It is stated that many Southern
cities are preparing to send delega
tions to Washington shortly after
Congress meets to press for river and
harbor appropriations. South Caro
lina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi,
and Texas will all send numerous
delegations to Washington this wvin
ter. Chairman Burton states that
ample opportunity would be given
for all interest to get a hearing before
the committee. It is anticipated
that the hearings will commence
shortly after Congress assembles, and
the committees are ap)pointed, but
the river and harbor bill will-not be
reported to the House until aftbr the
'.ogr [Clu liAsY ORIAF."
tAeorgtia, Floridia and. ,ouath Carobsta WeolI
Wo,rke4t--schener Only Liableo for
Pgosecution for Failuro to l'a~y
[Greenville News 15th.)
A Florida maen for some time past
hbas been working a "get rich graft"
and scores of women in this Stale,
Georgia and Florida have accepted
his offer of twelve months employ
ment at "twenty bucks per," paying
$25 each to got into the game.
Women in nearly overy community
in this State have been drawn into
the scheme. The advertising columns
of nearly every newspaper contains
want ads. from women who have
been fooled mnto acepting his offer.
There are several of those women
here in Greenville.
The Florence Times of Monday
'"everal months ago a "got rich
lick and easy" scheme struck Flor"
once and capturedl many of the ladies.
It came from the land of Flowers
and had all of the sweet breath of
the magnolia t nd orange blossom on
it. You paid in $25, got a watch or
bicycle and twenty dollars a month
for addressing letters to other ladies
urging them to come in and win.
"in spite of the advice against it
by businesH meon many went into it
and some borrowed the $25 note to
got into the game. Several drew
two months salary. One or two got
a watch, whole heaps of others are
wondering where they are a t and
fumo with rage at the brilliant ac
counts they read of the celebration
of the golden wedding of the origi
nator of the scheme.
"It seems that South Carolina,
Georgia and Florida have been suc
cessfully worked and the director
general will not allow working these
fields any more.
It seems that the scheme is just
over the line from "fraudulent use of
the mails" so that the originator is
only subject to civil suits for non
payment of wages when he fails to
pay up, as ho may be expected to do
and seems to have done, when the
$25 checks fail to come in fast
"Further developments are await
ed with pleasure, Florence is not the
only town that is 'stuck'.
"The National Union bank here
is 1100ded with accounts which have
developed from the scheme and a
still greater number of people are
sending money through the post
"You never saw the like in all
your life, said an officer of this bank
today. These people are simply go
ing wild over the thing. The amount
going out of Florida is daily increas
ing, but there is now being paid out
here scarcely nothing. The receipts
through this bank used to run up to
about $100 a day; they have been
hardly a fifth of that in the past 30
days." He is from two to three
months behind in paying large nnm
bers of those writing for him.
"I suppose the Cherry tree scheme
won't be so much of a success now
that the other has fallen.'
"You are entitled to another think,'
replied the bank officer. 'The way
these people are falling over each
other to get on to the cherry tree
scheme puts the other thing entirely
in the shade. I notice that those
papers are going through Jackson
ville, which leads me to believe that
the same fellowv is behind the scheme.
IIe is starting up another now to sell
TO F~OSTERI TOBAC00.
Florence's, Good Reccord--Probby Ithe Only
Mlarket In thn State that Wviii show a
Glain in Tobacco HIandlied During
the Ptresent season)l
[Florence Times, 18th.]
The tobacco men of Florence are
in high feather this fall in spite of
the generally short crop. They say
that Florence will show a gain this
year in the amount of tobacco hand
led over last year, and they say that
few, if any markets in the State will
do that. They think that tihe pros
poects of this market are particularly
bright and that they should be bet
ter fostered by the business men.
This meeting of the citizens wvill
be held soor, and will be made as
pleasant as possible.
One thing that will be suggested
will be that by favoring the tobacco
planter as the cotton planter is fa
vored in the matter of advances moro
men can be gotten to plant tob)acco.
They point to the fact that tobacco
was the real money crop of this sea
son, and has not ben a failure in
a good many years. It is always
South Carolina tobacco is making
a name for itself in the v:orld and in
spite of all that it bas had to over
come it is getting to the very top of
the market. iThis all makes advances
on tobacco more certain of return to
the merchant. Again it is said, and
has always been said that fewer
farmers around Florence plant to
bacco than around any other .market
in the State.
FOR ATTORNEY CENERAL.
U. X. 1iUNTESIi, dlt , MUGEou1EI) AS A
i1 iHa Anlit %lo Young lawyOr msEd Now
Ilidn thu O111ce of Aaslnstait Attorney
MP tosburg Advocate, lGth.]
MAn ily huggest i01n of names of
prominelt citizens of our State have
figured in t he anticipated choice of
state oflicors next year. One we wish
to pllaeo before the public-the whole
State---for the position of Attorney
General ioods no introduction ov n
to the rank and file of our Domoc
racy. W'e desire to place in nomina
tion the name of U. X. Gunter, J r.,
for the oflico of Attorney-General.
We take peculiar pleasuro in doing
this, becatlse of the fact that he is
now located in Spartanburg in the
practice of law-thereby nominating
a Piedmont mian to succeed a tide.
water nan. Wo have known U. X.
Gunter from his boy-hood and we
always knew him as a bright, in1dus
trions, and stu<tious lad, never forsak
ing whatever duties that may have
been at hand. He showed a persist
once and determination of will, of
which few young mon can boast..
His character as a boy was solid,, in
Ilient ial, and moral. Since manhood,
these traits have remained the samo
in kind, but each has boon polished,
monlded, and beautified by his con
stant contact with booke, men, and
experience. Ie has never been en
ticed from his active work into the
fields of pleasure and idleness, but
by ability, application, and deter
mniniation, occupies a high place to
day in po.itics for his purity of mo
tives, sincerity of purpose, and indo
pondence of action.
Mr. Gunter was born and reared
in his youth in our own town. After
finishing his school course here, he
entered the South Carolina College,
where he took a literary course, and
later took up law under that honored
and remarkable figure, Dr. Joseph
Daniel Pope. After being admitted
to the bar, he began the practice of
his profession, and soon his ability as
a lawyer was recognized by those who
came in legal cantact with him, for
soon Attorney-General Barber ap
pointed him to the position of Assist
ant Attorney- General, which position
he held till the end of the term.
When Hon. G. Duncan Bellinger
came into office, he realized that Mr.
Gunter was the right man in the right
place, and he retained him in his
same position. Col. Gunter now oc
cupies that positioni, which he has
clothed with dignity, honor, and in
As Assistant Attorney-General Mr.
Gnuter has made a record in keep
ing with all other positions he has
ever held. Out of about fifty argu
monts prep)ared and delivered before
tihe Supremie Court he has come out
victorious ini nine tenths of the cases.
Every opinion that he has rendered
iln his oflicial capacity, has been sus
tained by the lower courts and Su
preme Court when tested. These
cases and op)inions hlave envolved
some of the most important and com
plex questionls in the current juris
prudonice of tihe State.
Mr. Gunuter has tihe confidence,
both personally and officially, of all
the various dlepartments of tile State
Governr:.ent. Suchl a record merits
aln endorsomenlt by the people.
For a lnmber of years, he has
lived in the city of Spartanburg, ac
tively practicinig his profession, and
there he has by',his honesty, sincerity,
and t alnt won a high opinuion from
the hench and the bar. lie has also
served tihe people of our State for six
years as Secretary of the State Oxecu
live committee, in that time having
givenl up mnuch of 1his tie to his
party in various duties, andl for
wvhiich lhe has never receivedl one cent
We (do not askc the suipport of tile
democratic voters of our Stato for our
nomli[ne, howeve'r, wholly or p)rini
pally, becauso) of hlis services to hlis
party. \Ve nominate the man on his
ab)ility and1( m)oral worth an a citizen
and( as5 a pubilic ser vant. It will give
mlany3 citizMns (f the up coun'ry keoon
satisfaction to cast their ballo1ts for
Mr. (luntnr. because that in now his
homoo les koonly will tto low
country try to lnior hiim by thoir
volO5, htectI1u'' 0ot't ho 's ot urs.
We donot lisittlo to say tiat, if U.
N. Unteor, Jr., is chooiti by the poo.
plo of South Carolint for our Altor.
Itoy (oioral, (o inlterprottltioll of the
law will bo in compoten11 haids, aad
that the lal Ibusinss of tho Stato
could Iot ltt it more studiolus, and
successful I awyor.
Knowilig hht1 its Wo do, ts it boy,
lator as it y"oiUn mntt, and lator still
ats It pr 10ig attoritoy, wo tako
pleitsuro iii suggestiig his 111a1mo for
the su1ffra g of the lemocratio votors
of South Carolna for tho Iiigh offico
of Attornoy-Gouoral of the State.
Thosu who cast thoir froo ballots for
Mr. nnter will be endeavoring to
select ait abhlo lawyor for tho next At
tornoy-Gonoral, becaulso of his rocog
iizod fitness for the oflico, and not.
becausttlo of - any polit ical int igue,
which ho would scorn.
iiUNi)nIUC T)'1oUs1tNI) I)OLLA.I Ii IIC
'Thre-i Grocry Ilo, Itt til uhtrittena ltunt(I
Out Eanrly Yutitly Mornung.
Charlotto, N. (., Nov. 1.-Firo
early today de'stroyod the Hlolton
block and calused a loss of $100,01)0.
'The princil)al losers are: 11. (1. Iink,
groceries, '0,000; R. ]t. Field, gro
ccries, $15,1)00; B. K. Bryan, grocor
les, $18,000; Oglesby Iros., dry
goods. All woro insured.
The firo broko out in Oglesby's at.
the corner of Colle;go ad Trade
streets and gainetd headway throngh
an acecidenlt at the pumnping station
which tempn1)orarily cut off the waltor
supply. By the tiime the block was
well in llanos tho wator supltly was
restored and the 1lames wor contined
to the building.
Tilt C'IuI mt1 Trmbil,Ii, Oventrawn3.
Mr. W. 1). Lvyans, of Ch)oraw, l"ri
day declared that. the publications in
regard to the affair at. Clemson have
been overdrawn. Ie is it memhor of
the board of trusteos and wits present
when the six cadets al)pearod before
the board in bohalf of the senior andl(]
junior classes. There was no throat
Df leaving made by the cadets in their
very respectful petition, tilthough
they (lid ask that the trustoos demand
the resignation of Prof. V. S. Mor
rison, who is in charge of the do
partmont of history. After a thor
Dugh investigation into the matter,
the board found that it was a nmis
understanding on the part of the
3adets as to the import of the lan
guage nsed by Prof. Morrison. The
latter in the presence of the cadets,
sommittoo declined any intention of
being offensivo. lHe had qjuoted
somne phratses from Sam Jones in ro
gard to dancing, but did not intend
Lo apply it personally. The board
did not sustain the studlents, as hais
been reported, iad the rebuke to
Prof. Morrison was not so severe.
Mammoth hwe, P'otatomm.
Dr. W. B3. Browning of near here
presented us Saturday, wvith t wo
specimens of sweet po'atoes, which
boats anything of the kind we hatvo
ever seon. One, at spanish, measured
31 feet long and1( about 2 inches in
circumference, the othor, a rodl yamt,
wveighed 'I.1 lbs. and about 8 inches
long and1( 141 inches in circumference.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
id Not ArrivE, en 'Time .
A l old (c1113 ch iniQilibor dIied(, satys
a wvestern exchange of whose good
noss thor wits somo~ quelst ion, but
who wats regarded as at pillar b)y the
pator)i, who'. pos5fod oalt the church
wind(ow it notice ini thoese wordls:
"Br'ot herJohnson dlepairtedl for heave n
at 4 :30 a. mn." and announced the
funeral. Underneath this somebody
tacked a tolotgrapjhic blank wvith those
words: "Heaven 9:30 p. mn-John
MILLER ON M'LAURIN.
T Il 1 VAN.AItV 'AVTES1 A N T.1 I.l'OI.
11'CM IN WAIl IN(IION
T Ihe1u I'r(hltint. I Im L i~nlalg For lieult.i Froma
Mel(.rnarU1' t M111 i-it-e, bllt Tom 3I l1%ra
Mms tmtigg i ":an 1 1r1o(u (1n lt ath1
\'ashingtoii, Nov. 1M -Sonattor
IlOLaurinl's s)ooeb toforo th Cot
tonl Sp)innorH' AHsociattion at At.
lantit, (lat., Thursday night, attratcted
miuch attontlon amlong t hm South
Carolina cirelo in Washington.
1ho speoch was t ho sit)joct of
somno tiisCuHHiol at tho \Wtito 1 Houso.
I x l)rottatito TI'hos. Alillir t-ho
woll known colored odtucator wits it
tho \W'hito 11011ho ttd had it short in
torviow with the I'reiloi nt regitrd
ing South Carolina 11itterm, during
whtict the position of Seiator Alc
Laullrin, andi his ftollowrs was (1is
cussedt. Tho P'residen'tt oxpressedot
tho hopo that thl advanced p0ohitiolt
takon by tho Sont b Ctolina Son
ator itight. result in the formation of
anI act ivo and Strong! opposition par
ty in tho South, and particularly in
Sout It Carolina.
lr. Ill illor, hmttvwor, statod that
as long aIS tho St'nttor cals Iihimself
a Dounocrat, although he tlty advo
cato tho doctrioes he h dos, ho enn
mitko no atvan'o in the SotIt.
lat or, aft or lIitving tho Vitt
llouts, Iix-Iie)roeentativ 11i11or
said that Soinator McLauit1irinit wits
Still it strong factor in the, Stato, lt
ho says if ho iorsistH ill rettining
it 1)081t.ioln in the Dlmocrati t ranks
ho citnnot. got ,.ny sulipport from tho
rogular ito)nhlican orgaiizatiotn in
'I f ho is a Demiocrat"," Said 1 r.
Miller thon I am opposod to him,
but lif 1h0 is a Iopublicln, ll so do.
claros, then 1 amul his su1Ipporor."
Mr. llillor has boon in Washing
t attonding the mneotiigs of thti
association of theo Amnorican Agricul
tural colleges atl exporinlolt sta
tions, of which ho has bmon for sov
oral yoars an activl and useful 1o.111
NEWS IN SilOItv FORM.
O( (ti nett from11 I1, the (xentu gen for th it 1(ur
ril( I atte.r a--Stialt aiaI (let, rtal N1 wt.
A cotton gin wati burned Sunday
at Tilmnoua.ville, S. G.
The Clifton d1pot and Indistrial
Nows were burnod on tho St It.
'1'Ite trustoos of Winthrop (ollogo
will moot at Rock l1ill on tho 20th.
Fire Monday doetroyocl t:o finest
dormitory of Yale uni vorsity; 10os4
Southt Carolina Col logo (liy at the
expositiont has1 bo0on lixod for Docen;i
Saturday nightt a ginnelry wats
butrned1 at Orumn, in FlIorenco Countt y.
Nearly 45,000) more foreigneors
havo comoi to thit United States this
yeat than last.
The colored1 State Fair proved an
utter failure. It was to have opened
inl Columbia Mondaiy.
Th'Ie Adjutant Genteral hits comn
plietedl his work of intspecting the
militia of the Stto.
It is rumlfored thait Itussiat, China
and .Jalpan hitve entered inito closer
Tw ~o Uit. ed States deput1) y matlr
Mhl s wor iere r(rd aind I hont bhriod
ini Mississipp)i onl the 1(6th.
$7,082,5i8i worth o,f gold was5
shIippedi fromt New York Mondiay to
Parisi. $ I,000,00 -11)f it went to IBor
1'Te b)rigandlls whoi hohil M iss Stone
iln catptivity now demandt( it latrger
amon0n t of risoml tIililr hats b)een col -
Safe blowers haive boon1 pint,ting ini
somet eflective work ,n Ml.1lai1, K(isas.
TIhey otored overly store andt demol -
iSheOd a bank.
Mr. HI. S. Rosh', of niear Florenee,
lost, his stalos itnd livo finot mules b)y
lire lat Suindiay night, the wvork of
Thoere was a small wreck on the
Southern road between Columbia and
Alston Monday mornin1g. Three
freight cars were derailed and the
t rack torn n n. No one hurt.
St. Matt hows, in Orangoburg
comity, had at soriouiH Jiro Monday.
'[ho rocon t oloction in Now York
is said to havo cost thu State about
'l'ho (loorgia Logislat.ure is diK
cn5sing tho mloasuro of making tho
torml of tho Imembors of tho H10ou1o of
liop rnsontativos four youtrs instoad of
'TIh1 body of S. T. Ilakor, at Con
fodorito votoran, of IIoaufort, S. C.
was found a fow days ago in Con
lral park, Savanlnah. It is thought
ho was nlurdorod for his money.
''ho Suntor Training school will
gradnluato a class of trai nod nursos
noxt wook. 'Iho graduating exor
ci(n4 will bo hold in the Sumltor
opeora houso next Wedo(nosday ovo.
Thell 1!ililpino pri0.st, D)oposo, who
was Kontoltco to doath for tho nur
dor of cort:itn of his countrymllon who
woro loyal to tho A muoricans, is not
to 8I11for the dthtt11 pe1llty, (a onoral
(hafloo having connutod the pn
itlty to Iwont.' yours' itnprisonlolt.
E x'temInlg oivil Morviev.
WasI1hiigton, Nov. 1 U.-Irotdont.
Itoosovolt, has issUOd an ordor, amnd.tl
ing tho civil Korvice rogllationH 1o as
to rturn to tho civil srvic' a ntum
bor of civilian placos in the wiar do
plrtClmnt, oxco toed by oxocut ivo or
ter onl ilay 21), 151)1). Today's or
der is at, the reIuost. of Socrot.ary
Root and it affocts about. 1,I,00 poo
p lt in tho (Iuartormlastor's, modical,
tigi 1'lind oIngllloor at. largo do
I art n10t 1It.
nuter Out of PIoltni.
ICx Sonator Marion Butler, of
Carolina, the youngest, llmbor tho
United Sl,atos Solato 1ais over
k,.own. paid WVlashiigtol a visit of a
few hour-s yostorday. lie hunchod
at the Shorohamnl and departod for
Now York on an afternoon train.
"I'm out of politics," said Senator
Biu'lor, "for goodad nd(all. 1 am now
in b>usinoss, and I mnake m-,) "'y and
10 not got jumped on."
It. is now proper, says the 1)rovors
1'ologram, for a young mnttl to call
1'is Kwoothoart at potato instond of a
poach. Although C,ho potato has not
tho cro1a11y skinl of the peach, it it
tearer by far, and is improved by
11ash5li1g. f y'ou wanlt to miake a
killing as8k her if 8110 is your sweet
p)otato, and( as8 she deos)its the silky
trossos ont your manlIly 1)osom1, you
will hear the softeat, swol tent voice
ans1wer, '"1 yam1.
At vor n elt Le,ttt,or4
ltemnIaiIling in E,he postofllce atL Now
berriy, S. C., for week end intg No. v I18,
B---W. R. Brown, Lou lirown,
Miss Alice Boyedl, Franklin Boozor,
TV. ,J. lMaoz/or, Thomas .J. Boozer.
(C--Mrsi Nancy Colwoll, caro of
John11 CJolwoIl, D). L. Clamip, G. M.
(ovinigtont, Mrs. E. C. Croach, Mrs.
10. Y. (Jnlbroath.
D).---IsabIella Dorroh, T1. M. Dun.
(1.- WV. B. (GaunItt, Lot Glenn.
H1-Miss Pauline 11arris, F. 8.
I larhung, N. l1'. 1ligley, Jiohn H iggins,
A.ndr(,w IHnribert, J. Hlobsoni, Missj~
L'orenco I11Hllma, JEalrl H-. Hollis,
14on1, J.*, Mrse. Maggie 11utnter.
K(--M. S. K(elIy, L. JI. King, Miss
L. -Ja.~ck Levy, I 438ter Lii.
M. --James M. MaTtt, Miss Mary
Mangumi, Noel Marcus, J. M. Mar
O.-Mrs Evoluaino Owens.
IR-Mrs. Susan Ralgenl, Jiohn Roau
giln, (2) Mrs Anni Rico, Miss Corria
Rtobirnson, Mrs Marinda Robertson.
S.- Miss Janie Stephen, Abron
Sims, Suo U. Shumnprt, Miss Potr.
T.'--oo. E. Terry,
W. --Miss. JEllai Washington, Mrs.
Mary B. West, Wash Williams,
F"rank Wilson, (Col) Miss Ola WiI
hiams, Moses WillIams, (2) Mrs. Mary
Wilson, CJalvin Wilson, Miss Carrie
Porsions calling for those letters will
nnean 51av thny weno advner.A .
THE RAILROAD RATES
FOR THE EXPOSITION,
TII041E PnIEVAiILINli F+IIOM T1'i lE"Pl'N
+'ftticll Atim:oticemtiolt )IaIH1OUI+- ln.en of
'icketH to ho Hold by 'arlotimtiiAnes.
Ann,oteasmia,o.t int to tho Shalp
m11r+t osf Exh11,1tW.
Ii th1o niattor of tho openling of
the( CharloHton oxp)oHition) whichi is so
rapidly approaching, thoro is nothing
that tho pooplo aro moro anxious to
got than the actual figuros of tht)
round trip railroad ratos. F+roqu n1t
Iv alIouIcoIIontH h1avo boon in<111
that cloal) ratn would bo oMld
and ini a gonoral way an idtoi of
tloso ratov has bon givon, bu1t many
inlis liavo 1)e11 colmifg iii as 1o
to ratos Htate(1 in (ollars ao cont
from this and that town. It has15
horotoforo boon im)osHiblo to givo
tho Iiguros owing to thei dolay of tho
Southoastornl Patssongor asHOeImo
in gotting out itH ox)ositiol cilrcui+r
quoting tho figurns for tihe Iling
p)oints on tho dilforont lits in tho)
Southoiantorn torritory. T1'hit, circlt
lar has at ait boon issnuod aind tho
Iigtron arot now avtilablo. I3olow aro
givotn the ligu's quoto- to t t'
principal pointn in South Caolib .
All tickotH will bo restricted to c+.
l.iinuous passago inl onch di rot ion. Tho
Charloston tormninal lin0n havo givot
110ico that it will bo impracticablo
for thtolm to park carn for occupancy
at I,bo exposition grounds8 or at thoir
Ciarlt'oston tormninal nttt ionA.
'J'ho ots of round trip t.ickots at
rangod are asH follows, tho round trip
rats boing givon:
Ciolunn A-Til-ots co ho sol i
daily, Commoncing Nov. '30, until
adi including May 31, l92, with
final lilnit of Juno 3.
Column B--Ticketn to ho Hold
daily (11'coumncing Nov. 30, iuintil and
including May 31; lial limit of 10
dtys including day of Hialo, oxcopt in
no caso shall Iinattl limit oxcood Jun11o
Column U-'J'ickots to ho soltd on
Tuosdays and Turditi'tays of eatich
wook, including Mlay 29l, with final
limit of novon days in addition to
day of nalo with finil limit, in 110 caso
exceoding J1une :3.
Colutnil 1)-Tickots to be HCid on
TuodayH and lhiurndayn of oacl
wook, comntlcinig Doc. 3, until and
including May 29, with final limit of
livo dayS, inl addit.ion to ditto of nalo.
Undor this oxplanation tho follow
ing figuros are given:
A. II. C.
Albbv illo...........$ 19.90 $7.25 $4.90
Allentdale ..... ... 1 .25 3 I5 ...
A nd erion ............I I. li0 8 I5 5i Oi
A ugusta ..............25 4.5 3 4n
Llwll......... ..... 4.25 31.15 . 5
liaksburg .......... 1.0 8r 10 Ii 0
(Calhouni 1'alls........' " i5 7.00J .90J
(Camden.............. 5.80 4.25 :3.10t
(Carll ................ 8.20 (.00 .10i
Cat,a w ba............ ............ ......
CJheraw...... .......I 6 40 41.70 3 to
.hest... ............. .6 6.3 4 30)
ClInut .............. 8.75 (.10 4.40
Columbia............ 5.85 .30 :1.25
iDen mark....... .....3.70 2.70 ...
F"airfax .............. 4 05 3t 00 ...
C reenillo...........I 0.91) 8.001 5.35
Greeniwood............ 9.20 (1.75 41 0
Lantcaste...............7.60 5 (10 ~3 70
I 4aurens.............. 9.20 0 75 41. '0
N w ber ry... .......7.75 5.70 3 90o
O)rangeburg .......... 3.610 2,05 ...
I 'rosperit.y........... 7.45 5.415 '5 75
Itock [TIl............. 9.50 7.00t .I?
Spart,nurg.. ....... 10.00 7 35 .i 35
Su mier................1.25 3.i .. .
Yctmnmasee .......... 2.75 2 00 ...
Y'orkvillo............. 9.85 7.20 4..',
In Colun D) arec quot,od only t,he fol
lowing figLures: Al lenduale, $2.55; Doti
mnark, $2 :30; I"alrfax, $2.50; Orangeburg!,
$2 15;Mumcmer, $2.55 and Y emasseo, $1.71).
Nt)TICE 'Iro E~x iini'roIi.
Mr. A. WV. Love, Superintendent
Stateoexlihits, Choster, S. C., now
has ready all sipping instructions
and marks for all exhibitsi for the
State building and will furnish a
supply Lo all persons wishing to ship,
if ap)plication is made to 1im.
No shiipment should be mado with..
out first obtaining those instructions,
for loss and confusion may occur, ats
the amount of freight no0W being re
ceived at the expositioni in very large,
and it requires overy care to prevenit
Tihe WVofford College team defeat
ed tihe S. C. college boys in a foot.
ball game Monday. Score 6 to 11.