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T11 8rurS OF CAIRO.
A Good Timot 'an be tad in the Beautiful
OrMent at the Wet,-Indi-en expooitlon.
There are many great exbibits at
the South Carolina loterstate and
West Indian Exposition, there are
many marvelous things. There are
sights, sounds and sensations to suit
every shade of human taste; pro
found things for the profound, artis
tic things for the artistic, sentimental
things for the sentimental and mor
als aplenty for the moralists. But
if one is looking simply for a good
time, for pureImadulterated fun, it
can be had in the Beautiful Orient
and in big bunches.
At a step one finds one's self in
the midst of a maze of narrow, wind
ing streets flanked with quaint look
ing market stalls, stately mosques,
solemn temples and graceful mina
rets, all clothed in the gorgeous eol
ors so dear to the Eastern heart.
On every side arises a babel of
strange sounds, the - din of drums,
the falsetto squeak of queer reed in -
struments, the droning chant of mos
lem prayers, the hoarse shouts of
camel driws, the shrill cries of hawk
e vending their wares, the grunt -
ing of camels, the braying of diminu
tive donkeys, the trumpeting of ele
phants; a medley of wild, weird mu
sia and the jargon of many tongues.
For here is a motley and polyglot
throng of many peoples and of my
riad languages. The turbaned Turk
strides abreast of the skirted Greek;
the white shrouded Algerian rubs el
bows with the swarthy sheik from
the plains of Araby; the natty and
bejeweled Persian doffs his fez to the
ebony skinned belle of Ethiopta,
while the stranger is jtstled by a
motley crew of Armenians, Alba
nians, Kurds, -Roumanians, Servians,
Bulgarians, Nubians, Cingalese,
Arabians, Soudanee, Aoyesinians
and a host of others, all dressed in
their national costumes and puren
ing their accastomed occupations
with all the noise and confusion of
the land of Allah, &Iahomet and Bud
dah.- A hustling, bustling, jostling
throng arrayed in all the pictures
- que splendor of the Far East. *
Muleteers and musicians, camel
drivers and contortionists, swords
men and singing girls, dancers and
dervishes, tumblers and tradesmen,
jugglers and janizares, houris and
hawkers, acrobats and artizans, a
shouting, singing, rollicking and
~'ood natured crowd as one may wish
K And how the sight-seeing and fun
loving American crowds enjoy it!
Here indeed is the home of bilarity
and the street of folly. Here deco
The greatest ambition of Amer
loan men and women is to have
- .homes blessed with children. The
womani afflicted with female dis
* ease is constantly menaced with
becoming a childless wife. No
medicine can restore dead or
gans, but Wine of Cardul does
regulate derangements that pre
vent conception; does prevent
miscarriage; does restore weak
innctions and shattered nerves
and does bring babies to homes
barren and desolate for pars.
Wine of Cardut- gives women the
health and strength to bear heal
thy children. You can get a
dollar bottle of Wine of Cardul
from your dealer.
148 Market 6.treet,
Memphi Ten., April 14 901.
Wine of CarAui and one pkaeof
Thedford's Black-Draught. haden
married sifteen years and had never
given birth to achild until I took Winie
of Cardui. Now I am mother of afine
baby girl which was born March 31,1901.
The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I
feel as well as a iy person could feeL
Now my home is happy and I never will
be without Wine of Cardui in my house
again. Mrs. J. W. C. SMITH.
Fer advice and literature, address, giving
ympos "The- Lache,s' Advisory Depart
min", he batano~a,Medicine Company,
gafe. Always reliable. Ladle., ask Druggist for
CEICUIHEE'S ENGLISH in Eed and
Gold metallic boxes, sealed with blue ribbon.
Take ne othner. Refhse dangerous subetl
gutUens and lmntations. Buy of your Druggist,1
or send 4e. in stamaps for Partienlars, Testi.
meiiala and " Belier for Ladies," in Lteuer,
return Mail. IO,O00 Testimonials. sold by
CBICESTUR CHEMICAI, 00.
3MB MadIam U.mmpm ~WILA ~A
um is laid aside, diguit, thrown to
Yonder go a blushing bride an d a
lashing groom spending a brief mio
ment of their h ,neymoon on the
,waying, lurching back of a camel;
there a staid and steady old baik*r
i being jolted alog tbe Stroots of
Cairo on an vqnily sagacv)u, dou
key; here a motherly looking matron
is seen clamoering on to the broad
back .f a kneeling elepbaat; old aid
young of both sexes and all stattoa
catch the inflection of the moment
and join in the jollity of the occasion.
Busy politicians forget the plots and
plans of party and faction to jounce
up and down on the vertebrae of an
Algerian ass; overworked business
men forget their cares in a camel
ride and laugh themselves red and
reckless as they roll and pitch on the
hurricane deck of this ambling "shiF
of the desert;" thoughtless studentE
forsake their books and revel In thE
delights of the Oriental theatre and
grizzled veterans share with roys.
tering youths their admiration of the
grace and beauty of the dancing
girls or the gruesome thrills evokec
by the grotesque torture dance.
AFrEB BARTOW WARREN.
Gov Kc%wvenv-y Off- re a t..ward of 81,00(
for His Capture.
Governor McSweeney has issued i
proclamation, recalling the murdei
at Branchville of Tom Watson b3
Bartow Warren, and offering a re
ward of $1,000 for his capture. Baet
of this act lies the story and caree1
of a desperate and vengeful man
Born in the vicinity of his latesi
crimes and respectably connected
Warren followed ihe bent of a reck
less and adventurous disposition, en
listed in the army during the wai
with Spain, but deserted and weni
to the far west.
Drifting back to Branchville with,
out money and in doubtful repnte
he broached to two of his acquaint
anes (Watson and Connor) a plai
to hold up and robh a Southern rail
wv train. They refused to join him
b- he boarded the train and seerted
himself on the baggage car platform
from where, masked and with re
volver in. hand, he forced entrance
into the express car, secured whal
little money the expressmnan had and
decamped in the darkn~ess.
He was speedily apprended ani
several months later was arraignei
for his crime. The trial brought oun
such evidence of guilt that, dispiti
strenuous efforts made to obtain hit
aquital, the jury was unable t<
One of the principal witnessel
against him was Watson. *Both mer
returned to Brauchville, and one eve
ning while Watson was seated on thi
steps of one of the village stor's War
ren without warning shot him t<
Since the commission of that cold
blooded deed he has disappeare<
from this part of the country. Bu
justice never sleeps, and Gov. Mc
Sweeney's proclamation is a reminde
of that determination which all goo<
people will accept as evidence tha
under his administration the las
will and shall be vindicated and hu
man life protected to the utmor
power of the State.
It is a notable co&ncidence that or
the same railroad another train wai
attacked by several men in the sam<
Locality last week and robbed ot
small amount of money. The rail
road and express companies have, ir
conjunction with the State, offered
reward of $1,000 for the apprehen
sion of thie thieves. So far no clu,
to their idenity has been obtained
Nevertheless the State officers aitC
officials of the railway and expres
companies may he depended on t<
push the affair to a finish.
Speaking to a representative 01
he News and Courier, an expres'
official remarked yesterda : "h
policy of the Southern Express comn
pany in such cases is well known.
[t will spare no effort, nor count ex
pense, in bringing these highway
men to justice. As a matter of fact
they only got about twelve dollars
out of the raid. Nevertheless, a sense
of obligation to our patrons and a
sentiment of public duty for the
maintenance of law and order, as well
as for self protection, make it imnper
ative for us to use every resource of
bl e company to punish t bose who de
predate upon it.
"You may say that we have no in
o ormation to give out crng
>resent progress in the case, but tat
iotwithstandiog the trivial loss su
id, relentless pursuit and retri
>ution will follow this gang until thy
have expiated their crime and are put
V A.N .aU V Y .8F uaa a w.a w* . - ---
STATE S. s. CONVENTION.
%'Onth CarollisR %s4ocltti ,n rmioeti at Green
wmid this Year.
The following offi-ial announce
mout has beei imado, dated at New
To Pastors and Superintendents.
The South Car:lina Sunday School
associafion will be convened in an
nual session in Greenwood, S. C.,
March 25-2-. A very interesting
convention is promised. In addition
to prominent and forceful speakers
and Sunday school workers of oui
own State, we will have with us, aE
the representative of the interna
tional executive committee, Mr. Chas
D. Meigs of Indianapolis, Ind., oni
of the foremost Sunday school work
ers of the great west. Mr. Meig.
will discuss topics of great interes1
to the Sunday schools. At thi
forthcoming convention delegate,
will be elected to the 10th Interna
tional convention to be held in Den
ver, Col., next Jane. . We appeal t<
the Christian peop.e of our belove'
commonwealth who are specially in
terested in this great cause to iden
tify themselves with this organizei
movement to the end that the con
vention may be an assured success
Let pastors and superintendents tak<
up this matter at once, with thei
teachers, presenting the great nee<
of larger equipment and the benefiti
to be derived by attendance upon al
the sessions of the convention. Tb
railroads will extend the usual court
esy of reduced rates. The good peo
ple of Greenwood will entertain al
delegates. For programmes add es
Wm. 1. Pelbam, chairman, execn
The county papers are asked t
copy this notice.
PO-%1'3V4TEK 0F GREENVILLE.
Mr. Richardson Cannoi. be' onfirtned Rf
caus-i the Gree-ville News D.nounced
St ua or TI1lmAn.
[News and Courier.]
Washington, February 6.-Jel
Richardon1, of the Greenville News
who was receAntly appointed post
master at Greenville was here to as
certain who is blocking his confirmna
tion. He did niot bave to go far ti
find out that he is stubbornly op
posed by Senator Tiliman. Sen
stors Tillmnan anid McLanrin are di
vided on the subje~ct and the Presi
dent has had both of the South Caro
lina Senators at the White Hons
t recently, with the hope that a com
promise of some kini might b
reached which would result in th
confirmation of Mr. Richairdson
It is understood that Senator Till
man refuses to withdraw his opposi
tion on the ground that Richard-o
has gone out of his way to hea
personal abuse upon him through th
AU HRun Dowa
If you feel all worn out, have very little
work or sickness, try VINOL on our guai
- Pale Weomen
need a tonic-reconstructor that will create fle
tfaces show that the blood is poor and thin an
will correct such troubles as sure as the
delicious. Try it on our guarantee.
L Why drag out an existence without life
Stinually tired. We guarantee VINOL will t
If you do not feel well try VINOL. Ifit doi
You can get fat without taking disag:
system does not create fat. We believe VI]
preparation containing grease. We have
creates strength. Try on our guarantee
Only those who actually suffer know its
.produces many serious complications and exn
when a scientific remedy enabies the stoma
miedicine that will do this so successfully aa
need a strengthening and invigorating rebuil
cases. We guarantee to give strength and I
from disease or old age. Try it on our gu
NursIng Met hers
If women with nursing babies who ha
strength would take VINOL, we know posit
You know the life and future development o
Try it on our guarantee.
S-esgso agraed n i
uered sinL is dagethearydicne mig
uinhecked.e VNO ups the stoach adiin
Wins E. dsnopsEI h A t Mahanits
W E PilH AM
columns of his newspaper. Senato
Tilliman declines to accept any ex
planation or permit the responsi
bility for the objectionable article
to be shifted to otber shoulder
than those of Mr. Richardson's. 1
his opposition to Mr. Richardson i
personal grounds he is su3tained b
a long line of Senatorial precedent
and, unless he can be induced t
yield to the appeals of Mr. Richard
son's friends, the indications are tha
the appointment will fail of confij
The case involves the long an
bitter personal controversy betwee
Senator Tillman and Mr. A. B. Wi
hams, the owner of the Greenvill
News, who at present resides in Rie
mond. It is understood that Mi
Williams. desired to assume the ri
sponsibility for the Anti-Tillman ai
ticles which have from time to tia
appeared in the Greenville pape
but Senator Tillman is not dispose
to take that view of the situation.
The Designer for March containi
among ether attractive features, thrE
short stories -"The Relenting of Ser
ator Marsh," "The New Dress," ar
"What Happened to Miss Millicent
the last for juvenile readers. I
fancy work this number is replel
giving instruction in embroidery
the latest style, lace work and croche
Suggestions for entertainments a
given in "An Irish Potato Party" i
1" A Green Goods Sociable," also
the little parlor drama, "The Calf
Gold," to be enacted by amatei
Thespians. "What Women Are D
ing" is a new and interesting depar
meut, so, too, are "Toilet-Tab
Chat" and "In Motherland," the I
tles of which index their charact(
Among the special fashion featur
are many designs for "Dainty Li
gerie," in addition to the usual mod
of the month for adults and jnvenil(
An expert milliner by aid of pictur
an i text tells just how to make ti
fashionable Spring bonnets, and tl
able writer of "Points on Dressm a
ing" instructs amateurs in the Ma
ing of exquisite underwear. "Bo<
Notes," "Fashions and Fabric.
b ints on etiquette and numerous sav
ry recipes for cookery are alsoi
eluded in the list of seasonable ai
New SleepIng Car LIOe to Uharleston.
Southern Railway announces eats
lishmentof additional sleeping car Ii
to Cnarleston, S. (C., from Cincinna
Chattaoogia and Atlanta via Augus1
sout bbound leaving Cincinnati at 8:
Sp in , Chattanoogas at 6:45 a. m , Aila
ta 3:10 p m , Augut.a 11:90 p in.>
riving in Charlesto at 7 a in F
turning, N-ave~ (Ch;arlstoni at 11 p r
arriv at Augusta at 7:15 a. in, Atlac
12:45 p m , Chattanooga 9:50 p. r
Cincinnati 8:10 a in.
IOn this sleeping car line will be ha
-died Pullman s'Neping cars, and ti
Scoin plet es thbe excellent ser vice afford
by the Southern Railway and its cc
nec tions to Charleston on account
appetite, and not much sleep caused by ovrs
h and make pure, red blood. Pale, hgr
t also indicate Imperfect digestion. OL
sun shines. Children love VINOL It is no
Ill Tired Out.
r ambition ? It is not natural to feel con
ring life, strength and vigor to the debilitated.
s not help you your money will be refunded.
eable Cod LIver 011. Fat taken Into the
OL will create flesh quicker than any other
roved in many cases that VINOL quickly
terrors, for to them life Is robbedcof all joy. It
feebles the entire systern. Relief only comes
ah to proel assimilate food. There Is no
VINOL. Tyit on our guarantes.
der. VINOL Is of exceptional tvalue in such
ealth to those who are weak and debilitated
re diffiulty In keeping up their health and
ely that the best results would be obtained.
the child depends upon proper nourishment.
t as well commit suicide as to let them go
ded. Unlike other Cod Liver Oil Preparf
elicious to the taste. Try It on ciarguarantes.
& O ,hrgit
ON A WHEEL t: rfreq
an accident happens is a bottle of I
need not become
body. If they do
will thoroughly, c
[n i nently cure these
Df is no guess work C
r iment is used a ci
YOU DON'T KNOW E
le Mustang jiniment. 1is a flcrl
A Free Pictu
id: Any veteran, who contemplates
April 22nd to 25th, will receiv
Robert E. Lee, and a copy of
framing), if he will send us his
b and address of the Camp to whi
De Your best route to
Cotton Belt operates
Memphis to Dallas
a . change. These tral
05 Ievening. after the a
offering you close ce
r W.LBAIRD, Traveling
e- E.W. L.a ULAUME, Genet
2 ATLANTIC 'OAST LINE
of Between Charleston and Columbia
Upper South Carolina and Nort]
WIL3IINGTON, N. C.. Jan 1-th, 19.2
GOING W EST: In Effect JAY. 15 anois E4o
No No. No. No.
58 52l 53 59
I5 25 6.00 L..Uiharleston,8. C..Ar i.35 .
7.35 -.51 Lv ..... Laes .....Ar 7 40 9.4
9 15 9.25 Lv. ....umter..... Ar 6. 3 82
16.40 - !5ar... Colum bis.. .....L~v 4.40 65
..... 229 Ar..... Prospi-rty..... Lv 2 24..
.. . ..I. . Ar. . . ewbery.... L v 2. 0..
.... ..2 ) A r.,.. Cl it o .. ..N '7.2 ...
....:.47 Ar.... Laurens.... LV 2.55 .
..... . Ar.... reenvile... Lv 1 10 ..
.... 3.30 Ar.....S partan b!r". I ., ..
AM. P. M...
.... . Lv.. Sutr, S.C . A r 5.45..
1 1.1 Ar......andej..~).....- 4 ..
PM. AM3. ...
2 si A r... La c t r... A 1 5 . ..
.1 1.r .... 94ock H 1' ... ;0."i ....
4.-8 Ar...V nrkvi le... \ r .[i .
5 2>Ar.. Blacks rg.. Ar 8.1.5
-. 00 ' r Sh 'bv. N C. .. r 7'5..
* .7 ;5 -r... u-herfordton...'.r 605..
8 0f Ar... arion, 8 C . v 5 (4
P M A,M.
.. taL A r W innsboro, 3 C Lv Lo.14 .
Ax Lv --
-.s 6.I.endersonville. N C.. 8 0...
. - 7.i.5 AT....A .. . . .
tTuesdays, Thursdlay- and '8 turd tys
Noe 532 an-t 0.:>:0 .~it. t.s Vu.:,... Linari.
N"e. 58 and :9 carre Tbrou-.h Coach be
twe-, Char e..t n andit (j.lu nbia.
k:1 M E.\iEk( O'J, Ue:t. ?as.enge Agent
. .* KE Y T. M.RSN.
:Mfikst0ji 8d MS' f Cs~lardlill N
uusaand A.sheville Short Line
*.av.- M a - .. 0 - a ni 3 -0p
.riv,-. t iree:. wood. . 1: p nr ...
A.nderiot........ .......... -a 5 -l
bau--n .. 1I p rr ,35 a
Waterloo H 8...17 ' f . ..
,re:'nville~ .p... 3:P 9.4! ar
(4iern'' .p: n s.. 4 4 p nI -
8p.:tan btturg.... *3 .0 p mi 9I a ni
8,2nda ... ... 5.3 i m .
H ,wh-r-- il.e ..b 0. p [ ..
A sbevne. .. . 7 15 p m .
~.Ah' viIle .. 0 p in --
Spartanbu1re . ...25a m 3 3t p'
Gle:.n Spri ga. .......
Gre",uvilIo ...... 12 p mT 1 4- p
Lanrens.. .......~ 0 P Wl G E P
I rr e Wterbe.o, R .).2: .p
e --A11r'i.ta ....... .........~?
\ Ien dale .. Op
~ait~t................ 32 px
re $?~.. 10 cmi 7 0 '
CoM'. nisP:,...........- - . -------.
sr avanII n ah.i............... ... --...
Poirt Roy:sT ..... 1 00 pm , 40 a
Bearor ....... 1 0 pm 5 5 an
i em a'see- .. 5-C pm " 40 an
Fr..irfax ......................... 7 44 t-D
Ai!en d aie....... ... .... ....... '*
A rri ve A,nisut'. ..... ...... .... ... . I O0 0 an
-Close con nection at Grenwood for al
poinson 9. a4. L. and C. and G. Railway,.arn
t .r,artanbnre with Southern Railway.
Wanr any information relative 'n fick'e
W ho l.T 9 drW -nPa.Ai
WATnRAT .G nata ~A
A ngnata, HOn1 Ag
IiM NOM1RHSo. rt' .'on
QPabits Inared aty Hanatred
ofrfrin m, 2 n 80ar days~pc. Hundreds
of refe8 remetsyeart aReEi. Addreos
B.om Treatmet Men D.E. Address Ca
a u onn L L EV- M. D.. Atlanta. CS.
uent17m'.ets with tdisaster. A~ --.
icienIt (14oet4 r to have with von u~ a. 11
klexican Mustang Liniment.
fixture upon your
it is your fault, forL
uickly and penna
bout it ; if this lin
ire wviii follow.
quickly a burn or scald can he cured
1 you have treated it with Mexican
healer it stands at the very top.
re of Geni.Lee
attending the Reunion at Dallas,
e a handsome picture of General
his farewell address (suitable for
name and address, and the name
ch he belongs.
Dallas will be via Memphis The
Sts own trains (two each day ) from
and other Texas cities without
ns leave Memphis. morning and
rrival of trains via all lines, thus
nnectons and excellent service.
Passeger Ageat, Atlata, Ga.
al Passeger and Tidket Agest, St. Less, ka
SOU i!HER49 RAILWAY.
n4,'nneRd 'lehedme in E3Oee
June 30th, 1901.
C. bTAT1ONS. No. . NL. 1.
9 .L. harie.sin~........~110~~p mn ~TOO a
o " umme.crville... 12 w0 n't 7 41 a o
5 " Branciivilie........2 10 a mn 9 010 * if
*Oran.gburg ........ 2 45 a m 9 28 a in
.. " Kingv-..... ... .... ..... 4 u a m 1024a
~~..W...av...ab......... ...12 30 a ma 12 80 a m
.. " Bar..e.............. 4Ja m 4 18a m
.." a,-k ville........... 4 2 a an 42$a in
-- Lv. Columbia.........6 00) a mn 11 80 a in
" ro,.s ....... 14 aim 12 20 n'n
.Ninety-Six......... s 0 am 1 80 p m
. "(treenwood........ 50 arm 2 0p m
..Ar Heus........9 1i5 a m 2 25 p
- e A!>beilt.. .........8.350pm i940am
r. Beliton ....... 71 p i '125 a m
Ev.BAti.rson .. . .~~I am 1045apm
...rei..I........... 0 apm 1110apm
tiui.9~T 0635p m 10_.p_m
IL. MTTiOe 8'0pm 16. N.2.
. LA. Gre-,nliio...........8 5 2 p ti 9 40 a m
. " Pemont.......... 0pm i410 p5am
. . Awli.rrvn..........1 15 p mn 110 15 a
-- Ar oaa........... 1 8 P5 i 11 24 p m
.Alevle.... ...905 pnm 12 01n
I. Bil .n....... 8 i20i p2 11 a mn
Sau Ar.Grenoo........... 8~ 5a m 11 50 a in
" NOe:-.ix..... 95 10 m 42p m
- STw': r.. ... ... . 10 15 p m 11 p im
" r oh: ri t'y........ 10 82 p mI 124 p m
"ai Coluumia ...... '11N 50 p m 40 ap
" avajn~ a .h..... . a. . .. 4 0 42 55 am
2 in -i::. .' . .... :2 32 a i 8~ 4 li~m
" 5a ~ ; Ora:v.. : . z..... r8 2. 45 a m 4
4 Ba1 . .2 , .i ... .:W | . a . p m
"2 Su m r i. -....... ki3 5 57Ar 4 p in
4Ar. Charlat n . i i 80 7 8
4 ~ S.A 4 NL .h 'Il 1'J
p Ola fl~ b:1 lniu 'r !l p 7 1d)a
00ni a a - saneri: - 6 42 p 5452
2 45~. aj 8 1 aA-sOra.;elr g "v 4 -:2 a 8 45 a
4'i~ .aan~n~ah r . 46 8 (a
86a3 " '..B.- ehu.ll " .... S0oa
15 a, 32 and "o ...aC.niln... " !nin oars1
9n 84he e jis sev all.0-8: el. enr1b ute5.
Trai2 eave 1 ;Arspar tan burg. Lv C. 3diaiule5
85e tibue l.sarnted anburg A p in. south 0
00ur p :U i r...A:15hp.ine... 11:403 a 3. tVtp
"Pe p.:ne) m.li "A" a. m. ""ngt
n ,r8i and us, on :5a. and,C.:divi.io. inz1.in.ar
Vestiue Limiited). and 55 p. mn.; south
und. 2:,0 a. mz..4 81 p.., 11:40pa.m., (Vest*
2bule .imited'), and 10:3 a. mn.
Tr:!:v leve Jcrsenvlle A.4 an.ivnai.in
Tains l a.nd 1i 1-Pullmnan jaleern Oars
et wen harl a o and Asheville.
PRAN K e. ' A NN 8. H. H:A RDWIOK,
Third V-P'. L& Gen. Igr., Gen. Pas. Aget,
Washing-tob D. O. Washington,. 0.
W.H. T A -LOR. W.E UNT,
Ast.C a t i.Ps
main r naa.,1a=+a=. ilt .
Mi& 8% WLWAL
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
"Iital City Rante."
horLet line betwet-1) all priti1pal cileti
North, Kast 9-nutb and West.
Schedule in effect Dec. 1, 1901.
Central Time. Lom.1 A .
Daily. Daily lant i4
qorthbound 63 .34 Cl. n
v Ravanr s h....... 1!i pm -55 pm
Fairax ........... t o9 am 3 4t) pM
lten'rra-k ... 1 -0 a-. 4 27 pm
Colur bia......... 4 0 a: 7 05 pm
Car den............ 5l7.im 8 0opm
Cl.traw ............ 6 39 a:U 9 to pm
Lr Hamlet ............ 7 0 am 10 15 pm No. 5..
Lv ,a)houin 7alls 1 00 am 4 21 pm 12 25 - in
Abbeville ........ 13: am 4 51 pm 12 57 pin
Ureeuwood ..... 1 66 am 5 i pm 1 22 1-111
Clinton..... ...... 2 45 ar 6 08 pm 2 15 In
Carlisle............ 33 ain 6 53 pm
Chetter... 4 0- am 7 21 pm
- ttawbu Jet.... 4 3'. am 7 At pn)
Ar Hamlet.. ..... 7 00 am Ii pm
Lv Harmlet ....... 7 25 am 10 40 pm
Ar Rleigh............lt 15 aTI 130am
jPbeteisourg. 2 26 pm 5 54 am
tRichmond.... 3 05 pm 6 35 am
WashiLgtOn1.... 6 3 pm 10 10 aM
Baltimore .....1125 pm 1126 am
Philadelphia.... 2 56 am 136 pm
New York. 6 30 am 4 15 pm
P'tsLouth-Norf'k 52.5 pm 7 15 am
Southbound Daily. Daily.
Lv Cheraw............ 7 11 am 1 (16 pm
Camden .......... 8 34 am 12 53 am
Columbia......... S 40 am 1 M am
Denmark......... 9 2 am2 Am
Fairfax ..........10 30 am 27a
Ar Sava- uah ...12 05 pm 4 4uawn
J- cksonvill-,... 3 :0 pm 9 0a
Taupa.......... 5 4am 5610pw
Eastern Time. Local
Lv Catawba...... . 9 01 am 12 5 am Cintn to
(hester. 945am 12 35am Atlanta
Carlisle .....10 1) am 2 0t) am No. 5S
Cituton...... I06am2 57 am 245pm
Greenwood.t12D S 4 am 8 8pm
Abbevile...... p 2 am 4 10m 407 pm
Calhoun Falls.12.50 p 4:18 am 445 pu
Ar Athens ......1..... 9 pm 1 13 am 69 pm
Carlata . ..... 5m 2 pn 8Em 8 50pa
k;jL')ia, Newbtrr) aid Laurcns RalIwi-y,
train No 52 leaving Ci,lumbia. Union sta-~
ion, at 20 am daIly, connects at 2inpon
with S A, L Railway. No. 53, affording
ortestand quickest ruteby several hours
to Atlante, Chattanoo. Nashville. St. Loui
Chicago and all poinw 384tp
Close ea)L.nctwon at Peterdburg. Richmond,
Washington Praiouth Norfolk Unionmbia
Savannah, Jrksonville and AtfLta. With
Magnfieent qucestibule traeis carrylo
throultlaman sleepN.g car betwt.n ai
princi.a l p oints.
S. A L. Railway 1,000 nille books are 1:ood
over %,., X aud . ailway; also to Wshing
tou. P). C.
For re-ducA r.Aos. P'uilman reservatiot-.
e...'applytoo W. P crgsT PA.
Savannah, Ga h
J.M.1arr It V.P, a. M.
ft. A. L. lwuach, 00. P. A. Portsinauth. Va.
e n. al..ply to na, koe 6 9
W.sLr: P Scrugas, Ti.PA.
J. M.& Har stV P &G..
. E. L. Hunch AG.I P. A.L Pors t, Va.
In Efec Elr.a,to be 6, 9.8
72 458pL Arelaoal s .)4r
I 35p A: Clint * liy 'At
10 0.a Lv (ileuni springs Ar at
11 45a -par anburw .310
1220Ip Green -: Ll 3 0'
(Harris~ Springat) 2
125p W .terloo 20
1 IRt ar r.auren:s(utin'r) 1.v I :*1
22 53 52 85
Daily Fri Dly FL'
Ex Run Ex Hun
A v. k M. PM &.M
6 00 '202 a.,v Laureina Ar 1 47 600
6P0 2L8" Parks Ar 141 450
6 4) 2 21 ..ClintoL. 1 25 430
6 8 2 82 'Goldvilk i 2 3 51
7 08 2..9 .Kinard.. 1 06 8 40
7 17 2 46 Gary... 100 8 31
7 26 2651 .Jalapa. 1205 3822
8,O 3106 Newberry 1242 800
32;> 320 P'rosperity 1229 222
84/. 3 0 ..Slighti.... [2'ml 202
8 56 3 34 :.a Mountain 12 16 16
9315 3 4 ...Chapln... .2 03 1 '19
9 24 3 51 HI!ton iN57 1 29
9-29 3 55 W hite Rock il164 Iz'/
9 3's 4 0 Rallen tinue 1149 1 15
9 52 4 i9 . ....rmo..... 11t~ toO
10 02 4 l'5 ..Leaphairt.. !! 3: 12 4$
10 30 4 :0 Aroluat:bial.-.1 :0 :j 2 3
4 :5 LvColuun bia (A C L.)A r 1! 30
5.25 Sumter 94.
8 30 A r Ch:arleston Lv 7 0)0
For Rates, Time Tabl. s, or further in'atr,ma
iont call 'an ay 4gent, or write to
W 0 CHILDsa, T1 hi EMER$N.
President. T -affie Man.ager.
.F. LIVINAMTON, Hi . . MERSON.
9ot. Ag?. en'1 9'rf & a Agt
Col1i,ehtaz - ''Wa ng . - N
LUE 816E RAIltVRO
B. C. BEA4 ru, Receiver
betWePtn Aai.,ders.,ti - d Wat alia.
'4o. 12. stait1ionsJ No. I
r I 0ain ............Arnde-rNon ......... .Lv 3 36 pm
Ar .4am.........De er..... ... v 6 pmf
Ar 10 P am...... ....Autuna....... T.v 4 05pm
.'.r 10 22 am....... Pedletn....Lv 4 L4 pm
A rl 0 3am.....Cherry's ('rOSSinlg. l.v4 23 pm
r10 07 am. Ada ms' Crosin. Lv 429 pm.
1 r9 49~ am.}........enec ..... .. lv 4 4Ipm
4r 25 am... W est I'nion ....,v 6 11 p m
Ar 9 am..... W al balla .....S- 17 T"'
. i. . 7, P. MAtr
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:onectt--ns at S-oca, wIth 8, R P- '-- !1
sCHED)ULE 1N FFECI FEI$JUPS 2, 190L.
Daliy.-I cept 'unday.
Lv Glenn 8priags................. .. 9 ( a m
Ro-buck.................----.... 4' n
A r SIartan burc....... ................0 '0 a il
Lv 9 partaabu rg........................ 34 p -
Roe-buck ... ............... .. 4 05 y e
A r Gnn prin8..... ...... . . .... 4 4. I
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