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THE BIG EVENT AT CHE EXtIOS1i11
SpInndid Kee p-au \ccvrd-d th-4 Chi<
Mgiirate L!td tMe Nanwser of Its R -
ciproc,t on by Him.
Charleston, April 10.-The obse1
vance of President's Day at the Ei
position yesterday marked the moi
interesting and important feature <
the entire Exposition season. T1
chief executive of the nation wi
greeted in the most southern of a
the Southern States with a cordia
ity, a hospitality and an enthusia
that absolutely left nothing to be d
sired or wished for.
The sentiments exhibited by tb
fine assemblage of Carolinians we
fully met and reciprocated by Pre.
dent Roosevelt. During the who
course of the continuous ovatio
which may literally be said to hal
attended his movements during t]
visit, he was continually bowing at
smiling and taising his hat in recol
nition of the tumultuous plaudits ,
those whom be proudly called b
fellow citizens. His keen appreci
tion was plainly shown by the co
diality of his manner, and the whol
souled character of the man stirrf
the people to a high degree of ej
AN INSPIRING SIGHT.
The parade from the St. John H
tel to the Exposition grounds w
'probably the most imposing ev
seen in South Carolina. It was cot
posed of representatives of the arn
and navy, cavalry, artillery and il
fantry, with several fine bands.
was indeed a fine thing to behold ti
head of the nation, escorted by ti
serried ranks of physical force wil
glittering bayonets and clanking s
bres, marching to the inspiriz
strains of martial an%.' patriotic mi
sic through the streets of a peaceft
hospitable and country loving cit
lined from end to end with cheeric
thousands of the citizens of the r
public to view the great exhibiti(
of the wealth, resources, skill, inte
ligence, civilizationr and materi
prosperity of the country.
A VERITABLE LOVE FE AST.
The speaking in the auditoriu
was a veritable love feast. Pree
dent Wagener of the Expositic
Company, Governor McSweene
Governor Ayeock of North Carolin
Mayor Smyth,and President Roos
velt spoke, exchanging noble seni
ments of patriotism and good wi:
This was followed by a short b'
beautiful address by Ex Governi
Hugh S. Tompson as he handed ti
magnificent sword to the preside>
to be presented to Major Micah Je:
-kins. The sword presentation itse
aroused the great assemblage to ti
Facial Sores and Blotche
a Sign of Blood Diseas<
Cured by Vinol.
The face that is blotched or co7er4
with unsightly pimples is not only
source of mortification and annoyan
but is dangerous.
Where such a condition texists the:
must be something radically wrong.
When such eruptions become wor
and give place to ulcers the danger is,
course, enhanced. Ulcers frequently for
first on anyof the great vital organs, e
pecially the stomach.
Won't you, if you suffer from any suc
blood impurities give us the oppo.rtuil
of telling you how you canget rid of out
ills safely and quickly. Our Vinol wi
This, we firmly believe, and tI
reason for our belief is that we hm'
learned that Vinol in its inission<
rebuilding the body and creating strengt
does as much in the way' of puLrify ing d1
blood as it does in dreatinig new, h,. aitl.
flesh tissue.- in making the body stroz.
and healthy itinvigorates everyone of ti
great vital organs and enables themi 1
properly perform their work.
Impurities of the blood are thus mo
quickly displaced by new health el,
ments that are taken by the stomae
from the food which by means of Vina
is fully assimilated.
"I wish to say a few words in praise <
Vinol. For over a year I was severel
troubled with ulcerated stomach wbit
caused me niuch pain; for three mond)
I could not eat any solid food. I beca x
weak, tired and all run down and lo:
much flesh. Hearing of the great me-r
of Vinol, I bought a bottle, anel afth
giving it a good trial, I feel betteri
every way, and must give all the prais
to Vinol." MARTYE. B>RYANT, 21 Presco
Street, Mansfield, Ohio.
Remember our faith In Vinol Is s
strong that we sell It on a guarante
and wilt gladly refund to anyone th
cost of the remedy who is not sati5
fled with the results obtained by ii
W. E. Peiham &Soi
months of diligent and faithful use
remains as defiant, angry and offens
matter on what part of the body it co
constitutional or organic trouble, an<
remain in the system; or, it may be th:
Cancer-has :ome to the surface and
The blood must be purified before 1
and the skin regains its n atur al
through the circulation that the acr
e fluids are carried to the sore or ulce
irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. vi
s invigorate the stagnant blood when a
11 other hurtful materials are washed o
I. diseased parts, new tissues form, and
healthy and natural look; the discha:
Several years ago, my wife had a se
vere sore leg and was treated by the
best physicians but received no benefit.
Our druggist advised her to try S. S. S.,
is which she did. Fourteen bottles cured
her and she has been well ever since.
re T. R. NAROLD, 22 Canal St.,
Cohoes, N. Y.
skilled physicians for which no charg
le Diseases free. THE SWIFT S
re greatest enthusiasm and was a fiting
ie climax to the events of the day.
d Governor Aycock made a most happy
- speech in his usual eloquent style
:f which greatly pleased both the peo
is ple and the president, the latter fre
a- quently giving way to vigorous de
r- monstrations of approval and amuse
o- ment as the talented North Caroli
d nian stated the attitude of the Southi
-. era people toward the problems of
the past or neatly turred a witty
a President Roosevelt spoke for
3r about 30 minutes and was listened:
I. to with the utmost attention. He:
y held a manuscript in his hand but:
1- referred to it only occasionally. He
[t is not what would be called an ora
e tor, but is a most pleasing speaker.
e He possesses a clear penetrating
-h voice and enunciates with much pre
- ciseness and energy.- He talks with
extreme earnestness and accompa
2. nies his words by facial gestures of
,great emphasis and strength. He
has a trim, stocky figure and moves
gabunt with much agility and manly
Sgrace. His manner is easy and nat
, oral and while not studied is at
1. times extremely dramatic. He wore
al a black frock coat, closely buttoned,
and grey trousers with the usual silk:
hat. His pictures do not give a clear.
idea of how he looks. It is neces
sary to see the man in motion to
fully appreciate bim.
Y TILLMAN WILL SPFA&K IN MANNING
.Senior Senator Will Invade the Bailiwick.
of McLaurin's Dear Friend-Will the
Ii Fuh Fly?
2t [Special to The State.]
>r Manning, April 14.-This telegram
ie was received here yesterday:
at Washington, D C, April 12, 1902
a- Hon. M. 0. Galluchat, Manning, S.
2e Please announce through the
- Clarendon papers I will speak a4
Manning Friday, April 25th, 11
o'clock. B. R. Tillman.
' It is needless to say that the sen
ator will draw a large crowd. This
used to be one ot his strongest coun
. ties. and he has not been here since
probably '92 or '94, and notwith
standing the fact that McLaurin has
been very strongly advocated here,
this . correspondent is of the opinion
that a large majority of the people
aof Claren.don are with Tillman in his
e recent political belligerencies. It is
understood that the senator comes
e8 at the request of a numerously signed
epetition which has been forwarded
Sto him and asking bim to come into!
tbe county and make an address. Up
s- to this time there has been very lit
te active politics, but the speech of
enator Tillman will probably be the
h opening gun.
THE Fi1s.ULTURAL STATI GN
isenator 'Ilitnan's Bill Passes~ the ~seate.
b gTbe s'tation will Probably be Near
[Special to News and Courier.]
Washington April 14-. Sen
*e ator Tillman's bill, providing for
j~the establishment of a fish cul
,i .tural station in South Carolina,
passed the Senate today without op
position. An appropriation of $25,.
~000 is carried in the bill to pr'vide
s for the purchase of a site, construc
e tion of buildings and ponds and
Sequipment at some suitable point to
Sbe selected by the United States
a commissioner of fish and li-heries.
e Commissioner Bowers has not yet
t determined where the station should
be located, as many things have +o
o taken into consideration, as sutli
e cient water supply, lay of land, e' i1h
a view to construction of ponds a:
'buildings, and nearness to railroad or
town where supplies may be pur
1 chased. It is understood that the
station will be located somewhere in
th neighbrhood of Charleston.
ill sour the s%wtcst disposition and
ansforni th mw ) even tem,cvredi lov
>le nature into cross-g ra1d and
iitable in(!in ii ii.
If impatience < 7 fault-finding are
7er excusaie it is when the body is
>rtured bv anm et ing and painful sore.
is trul\ (isco.:a ing to find after
of external re - lies that the place
Ive as ev1r. very chronic sore, no
mes, is a.! ei .:neC of some previous
I that tl dregs of these diseases
it some l,ng hi.1den poison-perhaps
begun it' destructive work.
the sore wllI fll up with healthy flesh
color. It is
r and kccp it
11 purify an(d
11 sedinc::t or
Lt, fresh rich blood is carried to the
:he decaying flesh begins to have a
rge ceases and the sore heals.
S. S. S. is the only blood purifier
that is guaranteed entirely vege
table. It builds up the blood and
tones up the general system as no
other medicine does. If you have
a sore of any kind, write us and get
the advice of experienced and
e is made. Book on Blood and Skin
PECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
SENATOR M'LAURIN SPEAKS ON THE
Fears Measure Now Under Diacussion Will
Ki Our Trade With Chinese leop e.
Washington, April 14.-The Chi
nese exclusion bill occupied the at
tention of the senate throughout the
day, Senators Foraker and Mc
Laurin of South Carolina making ex
tended speaches in opposition.
Mr. MeLaurin in his remarks said
it was inconceivable that any honor
able nation, least of all the United
States, should surrender its integrity
by deliberately adopting policies
and enacting laws in violation of its
own sworn compact, and treaty with
any other power, and that too, dur
ing a period of profound peace by
provoking cause from the other na
tion. The pendnig senate bill, he de
clared, was calculated by its restric
tive action and inimicable spirit to
kill our trade with China. This
was a considerable item of vital im
portance to South Carolina, with its
vast cotton production and the grow
ing shipments of cotton goods to
"Is it fair toj the people of the
south," asked Senator McLaurin,
"just as they were beginning to pros
per in manufacturing and commer
ial enterprises, after long years of
trouble and privaticn, to tear down
and crush their new enterprises on
the assumption that such a ruinous
policy is necessary in order to keep
ont the Chinese when, in points of
fact it is not at all necessary and
the Chinese are being kept out by
the existing law? That is the plain
business proposition at the basis of
the whole question."
Mr. McLaurin said the effects of
a shut down in the China's trade and
the consequent collapse of southern
cotton manufacturing would be
most severe on the south. It would
glut the home market and close the
mills. lThe mill owners and the op
eratives would suffer. In South
Carolina some 60,000 operatives
would be idle while the same results
would occur in North Carolina, Geor
gia, Alabama and all the States
where cotton is grown or cotton
goods are manufactured.
A PECUL1AR CASE.
Novel Result of a Uispensary Election in
I Thbe State, 15th.]
Before Judge Gary at Chambers
here yesterday was argued a rather
peculiar ease. It was entitled A. J.
Davis et al, vs. C. L. Kennedy et al.,
and involved an issue arising from
the election held in the tow i. of Troy,
in Greenwood county for a dispen
sary. The vote stood 10 to 10.
One of these was withdrawn on the
"noj dlispensary" side because he was
not a qualified voter. Those who
wartedA no dispensary then came be
fore Judge Gary for an injunction to
restrain the establishment of a dis
pensar at Troy. They were repre
seted by Messrs. Welch & McGhee
and Messrs. Greer and Ellis Gray
don appeared on the dispensary side.
After hearing the argument Judge
Gary granted the injunction.
QUESTION OF TAXATION.
Parphernalia of Masonic Lodges Asse,ssai
An interesting question in the mat
ter of taxation has arisen through
the action of the county board of as
sessors of Marion county. Tha
board has assessed the parapherna.
ia and fixtures of Masonic and other
logsin that county. Suchpo
erty has not heretofore been taxed,
but t be law does not seem to be
plain as to whether they are exempt
or nt!. Likely an interpretation of
ibe law will be had soon. The law
exeg ts publie charitable organiz
rens froml taxa~ltin; but whether Ma
soIIs and such like orders can be
zonsidered as coming under that
Aasioothmo is the question.
riHRF WILL (f'IT THI E )ELE0TlION.
Kli4tt, T4%'hrt and Latii-r Won't Run
. ain for A-.grf-nr . pire to
lg of 14)ga and( (On Wil: n:it(r
[Special to Charleston Post.]
Washington, April 14.--Hon.
Rbert B. Scarborough of South
Carolina, has returned to Washing
too, having been to his home for a
brief visit. Mr. Scarborough, it is
itated, will get a renomination for
Oongress, which is 1leasing to his
friends in this city, as he has been a
Lio,st popular member of the Hofse
:f Representatives, and one of the
most zealous workers in the delega
Lion. Mr. Scarborough is making
bis headqiarters at the Metropolitan
Hotel, which is a popular resort for
It is said in South Carolina circles
that with the probable exceptions of
Congressmen Talbert, Latimer and
Elliott thac all of the present dele
gation will be renominated for the
Friends of Representative Lever
are very contident of his renomina
Lion and some of them go so far as
to state that he will have very little,
if any, opposition. The same is
rue of Representative Finley.
Representative Elliott of South
Carolina, has returned to Washing
ton from South Carolina, where he
went early this week to be present
at the exercises incident to Presi.
dent's Day at the Exposition.
wine of Cardui is the guardian
of a womnl's health and happi
ness from youth to old age It
helps her ifevl ito won 0hood.
It sustain1 her <lurning thc trials
of pregnl cy, chijldbirth and
miotherhc t, ma krig laibor eas..
and prev entig flooding amnd mnis
carriage. It gently leads her
through the dangerous period
know n as the chani-e of life.
cures leucorrhoa, falling of the
womb, and menstrual irregulaity -
in every form. It is valuable in
every trying pecriod of a woman's
life. It reinforces the nervous
system, acts directly on the geni
tal organs and is the finest tonic
for women known. Ask your
druggist fo:-- a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Ca-rdui.
Bat esv ille, Ala., July 11, 1900.
I am using Wine of Cardni and Thed
ford's Black-Draught and I feel like a
different woman already. Several la
dies hero keep the medicines in their
homes all the time. I have three girls
and they are using it with me.
31rs. KATE BROWDER.
For advice and literature, address, giving
symiptoms, The blies' Advisor Depart
ment ", Thie Chattanooga 3fedicine Company,
In Effect Sunday, February 2'd, I:932.
(Eastern Standard Time.
A M. A,M. P.M. P.M
7 45a Lv Atlainta (s.A.L) Ar. 8 (0
10 lla A thens 5 28
11 16a Elberton 4 18
12 23p Abbeville 3 I5
12 48p Greenwood 2 48
1 35p Ar Clinton Ly. 2 00
10 00a Lv Glenn Springs Ar 4 00
11 45a Spart anburg 3 10
I2 OIp Greenville 3 0P
12 52p Waterloo 2 06
I16 Ar Laurens(Din'r) Lv 1 38
22 53 52 85
Daily Frt Uly Ft
Ex Sun. Ex Sun
A M. P.M PM '.M
6 00 200 byvLaure,ns Ar 147 500
62a 2(8 " Parks Ar 189 4 50
6 40 2 21 .Clinton.. 1 27 4 30
6 is 2 31 'joldville 115 3 51
7 08 2 4 .Kinard.. 1 05 *8 (
7 17 2 49 ..Gary... 12 59 3 31
7 26 2 51 ..Jalapa. !2.-4 3 22
800 310 Newberry 12:39 u0
82.5 3 2& P ros perity le 25 2 22
8 42 3:34 ....Slighs.... 12 6 2
8 55 3 39 Lt Mountain 1212 iSt
9'5 3 51 ...Chapin... 11 59 1l99
9 24 3 57 Hilton 11 O 1 '9
9 29 4 01 W hit.e Rock 11 46$ i24
9 3l 4 7 Ballen tine 11 46 I 15
9 52 4 17 ... Irmo... 11 3' I
10 02 4 2 i ..Leaphart.. 11 22 12 48
1030 4 45 ArColuxinbiaLv11I P :230f
4 15 LvColumbia (A.C L.)Ar 11 CO
.5 25 Sumter 9 4
8 30 Ar Charleston Lv 7 04
For Rates, Time Tables, or further inforna
ion call on any Agent, or write to.
W. G CHILDs;, T. M. EMERSON,
President. Traffie Manager.
F. F'. LVINGSTON, 11L M. EMERSON,
' 1nin hlq. 4. '' Ws'miDgtnn. N C'
sae-. .\!-vays reiatble. LadIie-, ask I)rxggist for
'II1 I'I '4 ' ENiiLIN4EE ini Red anxd
1.o(Ixd mtauI x e.s, se-aed waxh blue1 r:bbon.
rake no oi-er. Refulse d: agerou-s ub,ti
tutio~na uad ina lationx%. IPuy o ur l airuit
r sedx 14. : t.Ips for Parti ulars.. Texti
aonils~ an.i -Relief for Ladie..." inher
xy return Ma:i.1. 10.000 Teimonxxials. Sold by
til l ru :nsx:~.
CHICPI-ESTER CHEMICAL CO.
E100 Mladi.',n %quare, PEINLA., PA.
Mention this y aper.
E53Habits Cured at my sanator
iu 1m, in 30 daya . Hiundreds
unof references. 25 year'. a xxiaty. Book on
WHome T reaitment snt FI-:E.I Addre'ss
B. M. WOO L LEY. M. D., Atlanta. Ca.
b~: '~< ~ A great
DuaLlun tLere is no remedy to equ
and a sure way to
Throat in order tc
and insure healthy
take half a glassfu
it a teaspoonful of
and with this gargle the tI
Then bathe the outsido of the
ment and after doing this pour
around the neck. It is a POSI
25c., 50c. and
~TMA D~VlhIhave 10o
IMAY BE YOU sore or
can Mustang Lilnment and yo
A Free Pictu
Any veteran, who contemplate
April 22nd to 25th, will receis
Robert E. Lee, and a copy of
framing), if he will send us his
and address of the Camp to wh
Your best-.route to
Memphis to Dallas
change. These tra
Ieven ing. after theca
* otfering you close c<
N. B. BAIRD, Travellng
E. W. La EAU4E,Gene
Uniting the Pet
Centers ad HE
Resorts of the ?
High-Class Vestibule Tru
between New YoeE an
Cincinnati and Flerid
New York and Florida, .i
and aaannah. or vii
Wuperier Dining-Car seu'v
E=cellent Service and L
seunt South Carolina I
Winter Tourist Tickets I
Per detailed ?uformatlen, Ui
apply o neareit ticket.agent,
i. H. ARDWICE,
Generel Passenger Agent,
3. W. HUNT,
lEw. .Aaeger Ageni,
ChsrLeaton, J. .
saanUANY 1e. i@o.
BLUE RIDGE RAIL.ROArI
H. C. BEA'0TIE, Receiver.
Effecl.ive .. -,, 1897.
tsetweenl A n d aru a d W alhallai.
LABTBOUND W1EST BOITh>D
N.12. Manons. No. J
r 1: 00Oa ....... A nderson.......Lv 335 pm
Ar 10 40 am...........enver..........L v ~3 56i pmv
c10 2 Ia m...........A ut un .. ........ Lv 4 05 pr
r 10 22 am.....Pe nd leton....Lv 4 84 prr
Ar 10 13 am..Cherry's C'rossing..Lv4 2' pmn
'10O 07 am...A dams' Crossin...Tv 4 29 p mn
A9 49 am .........Some....... cL-44p
-r 9 25 am......West UTnton ....Lv 5 I1 prr
-A9 2am ....Wa!balla.......... v Iipir
AM. Lv. P. Mf. A t
J1 R. ANDE RtON, Sur..rintenldenft
Cnnctions at $eneci with a R REl
At.4ierson with on Iaiiwwv st F! q 2
M( HED)ULE TN vvFFC-r .- FTE JgyT-' 2, 190.
G!Pn (. n S pri as .................... ... 9 00 s mn
Roebuck.............. ... ... .......9 40 a ml
Sa et an b arg........................... T 0 00 a m
Lv Spar tan burg ............ ............. 3 45 p rr
Roebuck................. .......... 4 05 p
Ar Glenn Springs.'.~'..'.'.'"..''''.''' 45
H 8 Simpson. President
many people, sufrei throug.. i,nor
hev don't know that for all illaml
a1 Mexican Mustang Llnlmnte
treat a case of Sore
0 kill disease germs
throat action is to
11 of water put into
roat at frequent intervals.
throat thoroughly with the lini
some on a soft cloth and wrap
$1.00 a bottle.
ig been troubled with a'running
leer. Treat it at once with Mexi
i can depend upon a speedy cure
re of Gen. Lee
attending the Reunion at Dallas,
e a handsome picture of General
his farewell address (suitable for
name and address, and the name
ch he belongs.
Dallas will be via Memphis The
as ownS Ts(tws each day)fhOln
rrs lev oftaemphis.a morning and
nnections and excellent service.
Passenger Agent, Athusta, Ga.
rl Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Louis, ka,
A.VD TJ9VE L.
ath and Pleasure
uth with the #
ST and W EST.
d New Orleans, via Atlanta.
a Points via Atlanta and via
ther via L7n.hburg, Danville
SRichmnond, Danv111e and
ice on all Through Trains.
ow Rates to Charleston ae
ater-State and West Indiaa
o all Resorts now en sale at
teratre, time table,, rates, ese.,
W. H. TAYLOE,
Aast. Gen. Pa.s. AgenO,
.7. C. BEAM,
Dliatrict Pa.e. Agent,
0018 18, OM8ryAla8RtRa, 8irO.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.
South Carolina Inter-State and WV st Indian
Tickets on sale at following rates.:
From Class A Cl'0ss B Class C
Laurens, 4. C., $9.20 $6.75 $4.60
Cln ton. S. C., 8.75 6.40) 4.4')
Ne wbe rry, S. C2., 7.75 5.70 :.00
Prosperity, S. C.. '.45 fl.45 3.73
Little Mountain, S. C., 7.10 5.20 9.
(lhapin. S. C., 6.85 5.05 3. 5
Irro, S. C., 6.85 4.65 3.10
Coun bia S. C. 5.89 4.30 3.25
(Class A tickets sold daily to May 31st con
tin Ons passage final lhmit .June :Ad 19":?.
Class B tickets sold daily to May 3 sr., con.
tinuous oassage. final lim t 10 days in addi
ion 10 db1te of sale.
'1:a4 C tickets sold Tuesday an d Th ursday
ot each week l.a May 29th, continu'ous passage
final limit seven days in addition to dlate of
osedueadfrhrinor to d
dre duEan furtherG Anrto d
drs .CV N Hentrr, ..
J.FLV NGSTON , Ag'
C .F IIGT otia S.'t.
T. M. EMERSON, H. M. EMERSON.
rr.j anmr ga Cooi S. nt
Tramc Manager. (~oxl. Pass. Agent.
.0 tle ls c mears
I 1' : . 1 : V
r . r LMning how to
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
hrtt ita City Route."
Shortest line between all principal citleb
North, East Kouth and West.
qcheInle in effect Dec. 1, 1901.
(entral Tirre. Local At
Daily. Daily. lanta to
Northhound 6a 34 Clinton.
Lv Savannal ........11 31 pm 1 55 pm
o Fairrax ............ 1 09 am 3 40 pTr
1L)enmaw k....... . 1 0an 4 27 pm
Colun bla.,....... 4 10 am 7 05 pm
Cair den............ 5 07 am 800 pm
Ckeraw ............ 6 39 am 9 0 pm
Ar Han let ............ 7 05 am 1o 15 1m Jno.52..
Lv Ca houn l'alls 100 am 4 21 pm 1225 sm
Abbeville ........ 133 am 4 51 pm 12 57 pm
Greenwood. 166 am 5 19 pm 122 pm
Clinton............ 2 45 au. 6 0&pm 215 pm
Carlisle............ 3 3 am 6 53 pm
Chester....... .., 4 O am 7 2) p m
Catawba Jet.... 4 3r am 7 51 pm
Ar Hamlet............. 7 00 am 10' 1 ipm
Lv Hamlet ........ .. 7 25 an 10 4) pm
Ar Ra.eigh ............lo 15am i am
Petersburg..... 2 26 pm 554 am
Richmon ....... 3 '5 pm 6 35 am
Washington ... 63, pm 10 10 a;v
Baltimerf. p.......112.5 pn 1126 am
Philadelphia ... 2 n 1tr I 6 pt
New York......... 63t ai 4 1 prr
p'is ith-Norf'r -2 pr2 7 15 am
Eastern Tin ,.
%outhhound. Dwily Dhfly.
Iv Chpr&w...... 7 Il ar, 11 % pm
Car den ......... 8 31 ai 12 53 am
olumr:bla......... < 4i am 1 05 am
Denmark ......... 9 . aLr 2 17 Rm
F;. i r!ax .........' 30 a. a 2 7 arr.
A r Sava rjah ...... W n :-. I 4o arr
.JVecksonvill ... 1 "0 pn 9 0 am
Taipa.............. 5 (0 am 5 40 pm
Eastern Time. Local
Lv C1 ta wha......9 0' r 12 5' am Clnt'n to
-he.4te-r.......9 45 am 12 m m Atlanta
Carlisle........0 I1,am i j'iam No. 53
C inton . 1.. :06 am 257 am 2 45 pm
Green w Od... t 2 pm 3 43 am 3 35 pm
A bb ville...12 21 pm 4 10am 4 07 pm
Calhoun' Falls..12 54) p. 4 38 am 4 45 pm'
Ar A thens........ 2 2 pn. 6 I3 am 8 .9 pm
\ t'an ta ..... 45pmi 8 0n-rr 850 pm
Cor ui. bia, Ne w brr a d L.aurens Ral.. y,
triD No 52 leaving C lumbia. Union sta
tion. at 1 20 am daily, con nects at ("inton
with S A L Railway. No 54, affo'rding
'Mortest andi quickest r.oute by seve'al hours
to A t:ant . hatta(ooga, Na:,hville,St. Louis,
Chicagco and all poinN Wes:.
(lose c.nif et 0o at Petersburg. Richmond,
W ashinzgton Port, mouth Norfolk, C alum bia
Savannah, Jacksonville anUd Atlanta, with
'Magnifi'cent -estibule trains carrying
thr< ugbPullmani sle'-pi. g cars between all
S A L Railway I,i000 mile books ars- eood
over '., ' and L, Railway; also to Wash ing
ton, I). C.
[or redutced r.ates. Pullman reservations,
ee , apply to
W. P. Serugs T. P A .,
J. M. Barr. Ist V. P, & Gi. M.
R. E. L. Bunch, G. P. A. P artsmnouth,Va.
Augusta anid Ashevillo Short Line
dchedUi' ID Effect DJec. 29, 1901.
Leave Augusta...........1O05a m 2 55p m
Arrive Greenwood........12 3) p m ......
Anderson ................. 0
Laurens....... 140 pm .030 a a
WaterlootiH. 8.)... 1 12 p m .........
Greenville.......122p m 930 am
GilennS Springs...4 45p m .......
Spartanburg...... 3 30 pm 9 00a m
Saluda............ 533 pm ........
Hendersonvilie..6 03 p m .........
Asheville.......... 15 p m ........
eave Asheville.........7 0Cp m
S partanburg......215a m 3 30p m
Greenville......12 22 p m I pm
Laurens.......... 2 0pm 6 30p m
Arrive Waterloo (H. S.)... 2 32' p rm
Greenwood.......3 07 pm 7 45pm
e ve A nderson ...... .. 7 2am
A ugust a........... 5 P1.o il 3a o
r,eve Augusta....................... - i5 pm
Allendale............ .....620 pm
Fairfax.................... 6 32pm
Yen assee ..........10 2>'r. 7 3 ipm
Rteaufort........... 0 15 an~ $3 pm
Port Royal ........ 1030 am 8 4- pm -
Ar. Sa van nah........................
-Port Royal...... 100 px 6 40'tzz
Beanrort .......... 1 40 pir 6 5- am
Y emassee.......... 11 55pm 7 40 am
Fairfax........................ 848 am
Allendale ..................... 8 58 .4m
rrve Augusta................ .... s11 04 am
Close connection at Greenwood for alI
)oir-P on.8. A. L. and C. an d ' Railway. s%nd
t - pa' tan bnrg with&South ern Rail way.
For any informiatiou relative to tickets
tes. wehedules, address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen .'q. A'
T v KMERS" TrafT M na-.
TLANTIC COAST LINE !
etween Charleston and Columbia
Upper South Carolina and North
WILMINGTON. N. C.',MP.rch 26th, 1 2
ioNG WagT: In Effect JAN. 15 30N1?. AsT
No No. 190- No. No.
8 5-2 5.3 59
PM. *A.M. *P3. fA M.
.525 6.00 Lv Charleston, 8. C... ar 9 2'13
7.35 -.51l... ....Lan es ......Ar 7 35 9.45
9 15 9.25 Lv ... . um ter......Ar 6. 3 8 20
10.44) 11.1.5 .ir... Colum bia... Lv 4.40 6.55
... 2.2r.. Prosperity.. v 3.20...
... 2.4 Ar...New berry...Lv 3.06...
... .5 Xr... Clinton.... Lv '.' ....
...1.47 A r.... Laurens....Lv 2. 2 ..
... 3.5 Ar...Greenville. .Lv 1 2.22 ...
. 3.30 Ar ...Spartanburg ... Lv i25 ....
A M- P. 3M....
.... .1 Lv..Sut..r. S. C . ...A r 5.4 ..
.. .i i.1; Ar...C .de m.... r 4 15...
PM.- A M.. ..
.. . X./Ar... Lar ster ...... A ..5
.... r.s A r. York'vi le... \ r .15
2.. 5 2 .B... l3acks.a,r'..... r 8.1
..... 60 :r Sh iby :- C. .. r .5 .
..7.1 r .. u' herfo'dt on.. * r 6 65
.... 8. Ar.. Marion. 8 C. ..Lv 5
.. Ar W.i nnsoro, S. C. Lv 108
94 0 A ,..,Cb: lotic E I- . ,v >.l1t
tTUusay S, Thutsdlay. and Saturd sys
Not. a anus -Mi Zgti U ';teLween Charles
nant. 3rtenvile. M C.
Nos 5$ and l9 carry Throudh Coach be
ween Char'esten and-Colu:nbia.
H M. EMERF.ON, Gent ase r t
J. n'R . E N, r TaMM anaer,