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The Sober Ihought
Maketh Jim Sick,
1% V r.ly " ittl i-? tnt it i" tit KIN
I- Os.- i% L' 1~t ).
int It is Nnle.d'l ui1t1n49 Exccpt Those
Shipil ,g in a no1a1r, tha.t South t'aro
1in* tin- liren tirc"ught to Shtmue.
[Special to ''he Sta'e.
Edgelield, Feb. 2.--When Lieut. Gov.
Tillman was seen this afternoon with
reference to the 1ioosevelt matter, al
though unwell, he said: "I regret very
m11uch ithat I ami Compelled to Itake anly
further -tatement in regard to th,s mat
ter I do not see why it haasealled forth
so much comment, but, I do not propose
to be placed in the light, by my con
duet, of having been the cause of Presi
dent itoosevelt':- decision not to atttnd
the Charleston exlpo. itioln. If such
Construction has been placed upon it
"Ither by him or the people of Charles
ton, I deplore iL deeply. Ile may, how
ever. make this the pretext of, not at
tending the expo:,ition, but it, cannot
he the cause. I am in no way eonnect
ed with the exposition otlicially or oth
erwise except as a South ('arolinian
who is proud of it and wants to see it
;uceced. I in no wa) attempted to rep
resent the exlosition authorities in my
telegram to the president, and it cal
not be s, coniistrued without intention
ailly debauching my words. The tttat
ter of the presentation of the sword by
!':esiident Roosevelt to Major Jenkins
was ptrely a private and social concern
with which thone who are now loud in
their erit.iei-m of ine had nothing to do.
Certainly the editorz of The l:ecord,
Post and State were not contributors,
although to b1 frank and just, which is
more thain they have been to imle, they
were not asked. Hlowever, Governor
MeSweency, who has given an inter
view in connection with this matter,
w: - a-ked to contribute, and declined
p111on the ground, as I recall, t,hat he
had to contribute to so many eharit.ies
and otler public matters he was finally
uniable to do so. and I feel from experi
ene that lie was honest inl his state
"So far as the list of the paid contrib
itors to the sword funtd is concerned, I
de-ire to add, without having the list
before e. that I only know of three
who were not consulted before the tele
gratm to the president was sent, to wit:
Col. \Wilie .Jones, who has been of valu
able assistance both in cur t,ibuting
anttd seleetinL the sword, who., how
ever I endeavored to reach by long dis
tance tel,!phone, ats Mir. Jl. II. Ilammtondl
of the Augusta [lerald wili testify; at
other is Senator Talbird of Beaufort, a
liberal contributor, whoitt I endeavored
to reach but, failed; the third and last,
was Senator TIllatn, whom I did not
ask as I knew the delicate position in
which he was placed. As for the tel
egratts received by me from the con
tributors is a m.atter w.t. which those
whIo dlid ntot contribte have no cont
eern. I have no dotubt, however, that
they, like himnself, ar'e ready to abide
by thte result of their auction. I do not
care andt( (10 not prtoposet to hiave any
thtin:g fuirt,her' to say, however muich I
may11 be shitnd(er'ed antd miisr'epresen ted."
We are glad to seo that the weoather
hats tmade at chanlge, and we hope that
warm weather will now contintue. I
have heard soveral people say that
this has been the htardest winter for
There is a lot of sickness in our
community at this writing.
Mr. WV. D. Hlalfacre who has been
in bed( for abotut two month- has
made very little change. Hope that
he will be better at my next writing.
Air. A. P., Ruff happened with a
very sad accideont last Sunday tafter
noon while Ito was enjoying a ride
with his best girl. His horse got
frightened and ran awvay, throwing
them both out of the buggy anid hturt
ing thoem very badly. We are glad
to say they are improving.
The farmers in this section are
waiting for the land to dry out so
they can begin preparations for a
We are glad to say that St. Philip't
has a pastor and he will cofmmnet
preaching this month.
We are glaid to say that our merch.
ants are beginning to lay in thoiu
-spring goods. Our little town Ka
lula us in a flourishing condlition.
As news is scarce in this town ]
will close, wvith much success to Th(
Herald anid News. Feathertop.
March 7, .1902.
Bouth Caroilna Dlay at th; Exposlt,emn
March 2Oeth, 102.
The exposition at Charleston seemn
to be attracting s. great deal of atten
tion from the people of the country
at large. Cincinnati and Chicago
have sent large delegations there to
inspect the show. The governors of
Georgia, West Virginia and Indiana
have been there with their staffs -and
others all seem to unite on one ver
4Gf, that ft is as creditable an expo.
sition Eusany'held iti this country.
Illinois will inspect the exposition
The treattentt of Catar h w i t 11
astringent washes. lotions. salves. . t
and cigarettes or any exterual or 1.
just as senseless as would b' kitdlil...
the pot to make it boil. True, these
relief. but the cavities and passages of
bronchial tubes soon till up again wit]
Taking cold is the first step towari
checks perspiration, and the poiso
vapors which should pass off throu"
thrownl back upon the mucous membrI
pr..dneing intlaituIluationl and excessivt
mnuch of which is absorbed into the
reaches every part of the systei, invol
parts of the body. When the (liseas
becomes exceedingly foul. blinling h1
hearing affected and a constant ringin
not reach the polluted blood can cur
1circulan alll <
blood is agai1
active, all the (l
pear, and a pt
S. S. S. being a strictly vegetable I
Stomach and digestion, but the app tit
under its tonic effcets. Write us abot
advice free. Book on blood and skin <
March 11Ith, with a delegation of
soveral hundred, and other States ar
bookod for later <ates.
The Logi,,latture of South Carolina
and the Governor of the State, haiv
given thoir endorseent to ti expo
sition, andl urged that tho oollo of
the State visit the exposition at least
onco, and have nameod March 20th
as South Carolina day, with tiho idea
that there should be a grand rally of
South Carolina on the oxposition
grounds on that daty.
It is South Carolina's first attempt
to show to the country at large the
ind:t;tries, resources and possibilities
of the State. They have been well
Let us all go, ald by our prosonce
show an appreciation and jut erest in
what has been dorne.
soith e rolina I)toy al Ihi Ex positi lll,
Thur.liay, Mairch 29th.
Somo reasons why' tho people of
the Stato should visit the exposition
on that (lay:
First. It isi a S'uth Carolint xpo.
sition in which t be State and tho
peolllo are vitally interested, as it
presents to the ple"1Po of the country
at largo for the first timte the great
possibilities of South Carolina, botii
as a mianufacturing aind agricultural
Second. The State has a building
at the exposition in which are exhib
itod the inldust ries and resources of
South Carolinaa. \lany of the pwo
plo do not realizo the magnitude of
thie possibilities that. are withiin our
borders. Go thlen andl see thlemn.
You will profit by the trip iranmanay
Thlai rd. Ina the cotton pal ace, com
maerce, minierals and forestry, ma-it
chainae,y anid electricity, iad Wt(5 in
(diarn buildirags will bo soon nmy ex
hihits that will justify t ho trip.
FoiurthI. To t hose who haave n ever
seen tle exhihits of thu lJritedl Stattes
(Goveri iriet, seinag thaeiu E.!'nri is
worthI more thlain t he cost of t ho trip.
F"ifthi. The exibits ini the Womtan'sa
building will be' of int erest to movery
woman ina SouthI Carol inia. Thela dis
play is far superior to thle woman'sa
work rat any other exposition.
Sixth. Whelan you have seen all thla
exhibits of interest, the midway otTers
it.. attract ions, wh1ere you can sper.d
as mmch timoa in lelasuire as yoaa e.
Sevenat h. Th'le people of Charlest ra
desire you to see the exposition, to
sooi from your oiwn observat ion that
they projected~ the expmositiorn ina your
interest, as well as thaeirs, and that
we should [e again urm'ed as oneu
Eighth. TIho. rail road rate's are
very low, and accommracisiions for all
can be secured in C'harlesto'i at ra
Party or parties desirinig to securie
accomminnodationIs inr ad vanici will hoe
able to secuare same by correspuod
inag with Mrs. A. HI. Clancy, Maniagour
Exposiitiorn I nformuat ion Bureau, 21'7
Meetinig Street, Charleston, S. C.
Charleston. S C., March 2, l1902
MIiss (M)UJLI I)EIPAIRTM.
She was ('h'tmed wthi ('harleton ar-dl the
Utzpoeitio~n an,d todo, ohu (Camei.
On (lie Midway.
[News arid Courier, 21st ]
Miss Hlelena Miller Gould, who has
been spending the last three days
quietly ina Charleston, left, the city
last, [aignt on her private car, Atal
anta, for New York Miss Gould
sod ber party all exp)ressed them'a
selves delighted with Oharlesatori and
the Exposition, which they enjoyed~
thoroughly. The party visited thel
Exposition each day they were here,
and spent the greater part of their
,e head .and the
1 I t il i
is Catarrh, for it
1011s acidls and
h the skin. ae
Ie or liner Skin
ilow\ of 111ucus.
blood, and tlhr-ough1 the eircl1atioll
in1g the Stoal. t i,.dlevs and other
:assuies the drv form. the breath
ealaches are frequent, the eves red.
g in the ears. No remedy that does
c Catarrh. S. S. S. exlpels from the
tTentsive itiatter, atid when ri(l1. puire
I coursing through the body tihe
ranes becoime healthy and the skin
isag reeable. painful iyImlt ptllS disap
riiiulent. thorough cure is efTeeted.
>lo1d pur'itier does not derange the
u and genieral health rapidly imnprove
it your case anl get the best medical
iseases sent on ap>plication.
SPECKFIC CO., Atlan ta. Ga.
tilo seeing and adniring the build
ings and their contouts.
Miss Gould was particularly
pleaseld with the WVotman's building
and expressed her adn iration freely
at the wonderful work the women
had aCCiccomnplishod, which sbe said
was a credit to the city and the sex.
Yesterday morning was devoted
by the party to a visit to the Midway.
All of the attractions woro visited in
turn and thoroughly enjoyed. The
party wound up at the Streets of
Cairo, which had meanwhile been
aroused by the cries of the Muezzin
or priest, who from his lofty porch
in the nlinarel announced the pres.
Mice of a distinguished Christian,
who had como to pay them a visit.
Such a hurrying, scurrying and
scrambling has never been known in
the famed Streets of Cairo before.
Camel boys, donkey boys, merchants,
dancing girls, sword lighters, der
vishes, all rushed helter-skelter, for
it was whispered that the Lady
Bountiful of the Christians had ar
rived an(1 there would be much
"backsheesh" for all. Miss Gould
and party arrived at the Streets of
Cairo about 9:30. They were re
ceived by W. Maurice Tobin, "King
of the Midway," who personally con
ducted the party through the streets,
explaining all the details of the
Bleautiful Orient and many strange
sights and interesting objects. After
procuring some rare souvenirs from
the Holy Land the party started to
take advantage of th3 opportunities
for pleasure which are presented in
this litnrestiig concession. Miss
G-ouild enjoyed a ride upon Lily, the
rained elephant, and a live minute
spini mounted upon Carrie Nation,
If you find y
are losing y(
weight or if
How Mrs. Jennie Gov4
Mrs. JENNIE GovE, of Bidd
down, no appetite, tired and no air
faint feeling in the morning. Wej
did. She gained seven pounds In
began to feel better and now Is str
How Vinoi Caused a (
Mrs. N. 13. JENNER, of Lakei
make a statement as regards Vinol
When I began taking Vinol I weigh
thought I was going to die with c<
doctors who did me no good, and
could keep nothing on my stomacli
day Messrs. Clark Bros, kindly se:
folks decided as a sort of last res<
taking, and to the astonishment<
taken not all of two bottles yet, and
and more than that in strength. I
lived a week longer had I not con
B3eoause Vinol is delicious,
much-sought-after medical pr<
the disagreeable grease, we er
proclaim that it is better than
or tonic rebuilder we have evel
back if you don't think so afte:
1'The very lart;e States ar,
T1exa:. "_'M,ol1 .-qua re mn.os
alr l fen a a . 1 4 7 . M 1: i !-q u a r t. m . s \ .
.1ne w aM x i, l> , ; l,Oe 1 1 0 S N \ s q ul a r c :e s
Arizona, 1:3. 0l square mi es
Nv . square nules
Coloradou, 10:,1,6t square mniles.
' Thrle large 8tate. aret:
Mian.iga, 17.,W0 square milo.
Wyoming, 907,%,-;7S square miles.
Oregon, 96,83S square miles.
Minnesota, 86,335 square miles.
Utah, 84,028 square muiles.
Idaho, 83,828 square miles.
Kansas, 2,2810 square miles.
South Dakota, 77,5S0 square mileis.
Nebraska, 77,531 square mile.
North Dakota, 70,789 square iles.
Washington, 70,574 square miles.
Missouri, 9,137 square miles.
Wisconsin, 65,805 square miles.
The good-sized States are:
Georgia, 59,43 7 square miles.
Florida, 58,9 74 square miles.
Illinois, 58,354 square iles.
Iowa, 50,270 square miles.
New York, 53,710 square miles.
Arkansas, 53,228 square miles.
North Carolina, 52,84 square mile.
Alabama, 51,750 square miles.
Louisiana, 49,72 square miles.
Aississippi, 43,919 square miles.
Pennsylvania, 45,928 square miles.
Ohio, 41,404 square miles.
Virginia, 42,030 square miles.
Tennessee, 32,050 square miles.
Kentucky, 48,332 square miles.
Oklahoma, 38,59 square miles.
Indian, 3,587 square miles.
Maine, 33,039 square miles.
Indiau Territory, bl,154 square miles.
South Carolina, 31,01 square miles.
West Virginia, 24,504 square miles.
The small States are:
Maryland, 12,27 square miles.
Vermont, 9,563 square miles.
New Hanpshire, 9,377 square miles.
Massachusetts, 7,546 square miles.
New Jersey, 8,173 square miles.
Connecticut, 5,612 square miles.
Delaware, 2,380) square mile.
Rhode Island, 1,2-47 square miles.
you are thin
ke Vinol with
and see how
vill gain flesh.
U ained Seven Pounds.
aford, Me., says: " She was all run
bition for work. Her stomach had
'ersuaded her to try Vinol, which she
two weeks. From the first dose she
:mg and has plenty of appetite."
lain of Over 20 Pounds.
,ood, N. Y., says that she wishes to
"My normal weight is 175 pounds.
ed not over zoo pounds. Everybody
rnsumption. I had three of the beqt
[ was practically given up to die. r'
and vomited day and night. One
at me a little book on Vinol and my
>rt to get me a bottle which I began
>f all I began to get better. Have
have gained in weIght over 20 pounds
am satisfied that I would not have
menced taking Vinol."
and beoause it doe. contain these
perties of cod-liver oil without
dorse it, and we unhesitatingly
any preparation of cod-liver oil
'had in our store. Your monug
you use it,
I SO N.Dnugists.'
! IXi is :U1 C L ii iiii'iit - l mud '' au, ca. tt.l0. Farit 's tr y it..
A toaC under
a harr w
lt' lthal tht f:ththf h(WO
thn" i t 1'tl,' 1 .t li , w 1Iney', IIarntes9
:~v.d .114i Ut'n'Athy that .euis, known.
far a:.d wideQ
Never fai1s-uo: l, r ar l;n'ravatd1 eases.
('ures cake. u' ll.lt . t i 'V t1! r tha a ny al known
remedy. a .ir to iuueCle, skin
or joints that ea!.ntU. be curt d by it.
Mexicall Is t"' best. renedy on the mnrket for
1 ial t ;al Spraint: And Skin: l.umps.
Mulstan1g Lini -ernt I epio s..ieeincondlition .
AFrePicture of Gen.Lee
Any veteran, who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas,
April 22nd to 25th, will receive a handsome picture of General
Robert E. Lee, and a copy of his farewell address (suitable for
framing), if he will send us his name and address, and the name
and address of the Camp to which he belongs.
Your best route to Dallas will be via Memp his The
M phis t Dalas ard other 'exas eiiis it
even ng. aftter thtarriv.l of trains viSar rl ie,tu
offoring you close connections andi excellent service.
R IL. B. BAIRD, Tra,cing Passenger Agent, Adlanta, Ga.
1. W. la MEAtIEI. General Passenger and ikket Agenl, St. touts, N,
UniFire th Pi trncipa Con.e iLe
An ente a~ocnemlaeathdn tnd PReinaturea
and sddre s o'the p o uh w thb thengs.
NO T H,mi Eo las and Wlca itE S ihuT.
Highanse eTibue Trains,av Theouhis tnlrpIng-Can
betee eeniw aYtrth arnd New trvillne, v t ant
Cinoinnaind yoFloid conncins mid e tlnt a andici.
an a a n . a R, oraviaseerAsi R i aca , Da vile an
Em el en Wrv . La ANGne Lowee RatesIc ~c t.o uiC hr eto
ountinuthearo in itpate andmWe ind a
Wi nter us Tand etoalhan Re eaounre a
- FoReaoltd uorion h eraoturewthm thbe, aese
Happ.lyao neaestible Tan, addrss h *. ***va
betwe~evaN ngton, n Ne reas.i Aln
Rclln arvc adLo Rts oCharleston, .c. .
N. H.HARD ICK. . c. TEAYLO,
Genral5'aaenerAget, .D. ser. Ps,age ,
Wash Iglen,DC. tlanta, Ga.
PUSNUARY 60, M00.
BLUE RIDGE RAILRf0 A 50YAS
H. 0. BEA'bTIBi, Receiver. jEPREO
Effetivo ..-; .*, h'ii7.
between A wte.g,on .,.(l W alJle.
ABAromT7K. WcmTIOinD. I
No. 12. estatona. No, I
A r 11 00 am.....Anderson....,,..8 36 pmn
Ar 10 40 am..,........enver..............TLv 3 MARm
Ar 10 2iam~....n.A utun..........v 4 05pmDeiw
A r 10 22 am...... Ptdetrn...... .v 4 14 'pm CPRoT O
Ari 10S8am....Chrry'm(Crosaing...,v4 2' m Anoeednakihade0it0 a
ArTO 07 am..A drms' (Irt.e!.....Lv i '9 pmn ucl seti u pmin~o e r
A r 9 49 am .....mtna ....... .. 4,. 47pm pnleiml lnboo aot
Ar 9 2 am ....WesltiUn ion....v 5 ii pmtan ignroreuptn.
A r9 20 am...Walhalla.....v 517 pm eea.oe, itu. mett ble
A. 11. Lv. P. Mi. Ar IAAA&*h . b
J. it. A NDEl*ION, Su,erlitndent EVEUE
Conmmnmnms at 8ineca eri ti n Rye l I a~. i WN~5~ju..yyi
at f nrn with~ en itaw w No i; ,0 --, nsreijIert8 ie1. aaa
Anyon sendngt osketh an deay. ma
Ar ntpora pr ab..r.n..tanb...nniunr asan
I tnebake on se r g te
A hndsgel ilneta "r
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Capital City Route."
hortost lino betwOOn all principal eltilo
North, Mast. Mouth and We.t.
4oeulile In offeot Dec. 1, 1ol.
Ctntral Ti .,. Loal At.
1haity. Daily. lanta t
4orthbounill Ii 34 Clintou,
,v tavai-ah,...... 11 3t pin 1 5' pm
lFalrtn t .... .... L O' am 3 to l,.t.
I)on mark ....... I 60 am 4 27 pun
Coluir bia......... 4 10 aut 7 05 pin
C(aaw'dten............ 57 Wn 800 pin
l. ra ...... ..... ( 89 atu 9 4. pm
\r lin,u.lt .......... 7 05 an 10 15 p-ti Yn. 52.,
,v Ca heui Falls 100 atu 4 21 pia 22 at
\lbh vitle ........ 181' am 51 pin II .7 pi
truon wtd ..... 1 661 mu r 12 pin i 24 pia
Clinton............ 2 it amJ 6. 08 pn 4 ,, pi
Carl l...... .. 1 33 n ' 43 51
Chttr... . ... 401an 7 2) pinl
ur.taw'rv .lt.... I 35 am 7 ' I pn
\r I' rnlo'. .......... 0 i a'n 1U I , j.u
I,v b . nlot ......... 12i am 10 1) i
1'ute1a sts?' ...... 2 '26 pill bbl aln
. tIchmond....... 305 pm 6 3< am
Washington.... 6 35 pIn 10 10 at,
Ballinore ........11 25 pm I1 26 an
Philadelphia.... 2 66 am 1 36 pm
New York......... 630 ain 4 15 pni)
P'tsruoutli-Nor'k 625 pin~7 1 a
Southbound. Daily. Daily.
Lv Choraw............ 7 11 am 11 06 pm
Canden ........... 8 34 am 12 53 am
Colu mbia......... 8 40 am 1 05 am
1)enmark.........952am 2 17am
lenirfax ...........10 .0 am 2 57 am
Ar Savannah ........12 05 pm 4 40am
,Jacksonv lllo... 8 C0 pm 9 05 am
Tampa ............. 6 CO am 5 40 pin
Eastern Time. Local
Lv Catawba.......... 0 07 am 12 57 am Chtt'n to
(' hester ............ 9 45 am 12 35 am Atlanta
Carlislo ............10 li am 2 00 am No. 53
Clinton ........... Il 08 am 2 57 am 2 415 pin
Greenwood......11 52 pm 3 43 am 3 35 pin
Abbevillo.........12 21 pm 4 10 am 4 07 pm
Calhoun Falls..12 60 pu 4 38 am 4 45 pm
Ar Atlions............ 221 pm 6 18 am 0 1 pi
Atlanta........... 4 55 pin 8 E0 " in 850 pin
Coluibia Newb-rry and Laurens 1ailwr y,
tr,tin No 152 loaving Columbia, Ulnipn ata
tion, at I 120 am daily, connects at Clinton
with M A L Railway. No. 53, af'ording
Shortest and quickest route by several hours
to Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville. St. Louis,
Chicago and all points WVest.
Close coinnection at Petersburg. Richmond,
Waehngton Portainouth. Norfolk, Columbia
Savannah. Jacksonville and Atlanta, with
'"Magninicent 'eslibule trains carrying
thrt,nghPullman slopiLg cars between ill
8. A L. Railway 1,000 mile books are good
over t:., N and L Hlilway; also to Washing
ton, ). C.
For reduced rates, Pullman reservations,
etc., apply to
W. P' horuggs, T. P. A., R
.1. M1. Barr. lst V. P', & U. M.
it. E. L. Hunch. (4. P. A. k'ortsmouth,Va.
Chartstov ad Western Carollua hw C
Augusta and Asheville Short Line
Schedule In Effect Dec. 29, 1901.
Leave Augusta.................0 05 a m 3 00 p in
Arrive Greenwood...........12 33 p m .............
Anderson ....... . .......,... 2 65 p mn
Laurens...............40 p 35 a m
W aterloo (11 8.)... 1 1l l rp ..............
Greenville. .......... 12 22 p l 4l;0 am
Glenn S prings...... 4 45 p . .
Spartanburg........ 3 30 p mt
Saluda........ ...... 5 33 p m
Iiendersonvllie..... 6 03 p m ..............
Asheville............... 7 O5.p m .....
Leave Asheville..... 7~0' i
S partanburg .........12 15 a ni 33p
( O3.n 8 priogs.................,,,.
Greenville .........12 a p m 14 p Ip
Laurens................. 2 0, p in 6 30 lit
Arrive Waterloo (t. H.),.. 2 31 p m
Greenwood............ a 07 p at 7 45 pa
Leave Anderson ............................1 245 a in
Augusta ................ . 5 436 a m
Leave Augusta ..............................
Allendale............ . ...... 20 p
Fairfax................. ......4 632 put
Yem assee ...............10 735 pin
Beaufort.................10 15 am 835 pm
Port Royal ............ 10 30 anm 8 4 pi
Beauort......i 40Pm 6" a0ym
Yemasee . i 65pin 7 40 pm
A1ledai~.............'. 24 a m
Arriv Augsta............. ).200 a m
Clos connooLcni~mt req;woo t5rjinl
A W..a a na......... ......... ........
8av n n h................... . .....,
ABrrweve Augusst a................. 10u00am
diper conuthi Caroia an fptlI
Fo TayInArOmaiou ratMive to t
ratos,Ischedule , Naddr Jim %:ss92
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