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8^"* All communications intended
foi* this column should bo addressed
to S. P. Stwoling, School Commis
sionor, Walhalla, S. C.
Tin: NEW SCHOOL PTSTRICTS.
The following aro tho Districts
adopted by tho Board of Examiners
at their recent mooting, vi? :
MILL CRBKK SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. 62.
; Beginning at tbo mouth of tho
Phillips orcok, on Chattooga River,
thence tho dividing rtdgo between
Evan Phillips and tho widow Ramoy,
. c tbonco a straight lino to tho Rocky
' - Gap, thonco a straight lino to and ex
cluding C. W Hunt's residence,
tlionco a straight, lino to tho Callas
Mountain gap, taonco tho top of tho
mountain to tho Bad Covo gap, thonco
a straight lino to Chattooga River,
thonco down said rivor to tho begin
WHKT8T0NK SCHOOL DISTINCT,
Boginning at thc mouth of tho
Phillips orcok, on Chattooga Rivor,
thonco tho dividing ridgo bctwoon
Evan Phillips and tho widow Ramoy,
thence a straight lino to tho Rocky
Gap, thence a straight lino to and
excluding C. W. Hunt's residence,
thence a straight lino to and exclud
ing W. J. Barker's residence, thonco
a straight lino to tho ll milo post,
on thc Clayton road, thence a straight
line to and including J. R. Phillips'
rcsidouc.e. thonco a straight lino to
Wild Cat branch, thence a straight
lino to and excluding Enoch Mooro's,
thence a straight lino to and includ
ing Molly Moore's, thence a straight
lino to tho mouth of Whetstone
orcok, on Chattooga River, thence
up said river to tho beginning point.
DOUNMc ammos SCHOOL DISTRICT,
Beginning at, tho Callas Gap,
thonco a straight lino to and includ
ing W. ll. Mongold's residence,
thence a straight lino to and includ
ing, C. W. Hunt's residence, thence
a straight lino to and including W.
J. Barker's residence, thence a
straight linc to thc 11 mile post, on
thc Clayton road, thence a straight
lino to and including J. li. Phillips'
residence, thence a straight lino to
tho mouth of the Wild Cat branch,
on Changa .. creek, thence up said
cyrcek to tho mouth of Vidage creek,
t"' thcnco up said creek lo thc forks in
thc yerncr farm, thcnco up tho
creek to Wilson's mill, thence a
straight line to tho beginning point.
BKLMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. 55.
0 Beginning at thc ford on Changa
crock, near tho Lime Kiln, thence
thc Lime Kiln road to the Brasstown
road, thence a straight line to Hound
Bottom, on Cedar creek, thonco' up
Cedar creek to and excluding John
Woolbank's residence, thcnco a
straight line to Tunnel Hill, thence
a straight lino to tho head of Black
branch, thence a straight lino to and
excluding Henry Simpson's, p. c.,
residence, thence a straight lino to
S. P. Dondy's farm, thence a straight
lino to the forks of tho creek in Ver
nor's farm, thence down Changa
I creek to tho beginning point.
?^MOUNTAIN O KO VIC SCHOOL DISTRICT,
ri- Beginning at the ford on Changa
creek, thence down said creek to thc
mouth of Hellhole creek, thence up
said creek to tho fork in thc farm,
thonco a straight linc to and includ
ing tho Lot Sunnies pince, thence a
straight linc to and including J. .I.
Woodall's residence, thence a straight
linc to the mouth of Double branch,
on Changa creek, thence down said
creek to the mouth of Crooked creek,
thence up said creek to Round Bot
tom, thence a straight lino to tho
Brasstown road, thence said road to
tho Lime Kiln road, thence said road
to tho beginning point.
UTOU MOUNTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICT,
Beginning at the mouth of Cedar
crock, thence up said creek to the
mouth of Bear branch, thence up
said branch to Mt. Zion church,
thence tho ridge road to tho Mave
rick Mountain, thence a straight lim
on tho East side of Rich Mountain,
--to. X-hangn creek, thence up said
creek to thc beginning point.
POPLAR SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT,
Beginning at tho mouth of Wild
Cat branch, on Changa creek, thence
a straight line to. and including
Enoch Moore's, thence a straight
lino to and excluding Molly Moore's,
thence a straight lino to tho mouth
of Whetstone creek, on Chattooga
River, tlienco down said river to tho
mouth of Fall creek, thence a
straight line to and excluding W.
H. Thrift's residence, tlienco a
straight line to and excluding J. J.
Woodall's, residence, thence a
straight lino to and excluding thc
Lot Simmon plaCc, thence a straight
linc to tho fork in tho farm, thence
down the creek to the mouth
?v>(';?I?'?lhol? creek, on Changa creek,
tlienco up said crook to the begin
LONG CRKI'.K SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. 50.
Beginning at tho mouth of Fall
\branch, on Chattooga River, thence
down said river to tho mouth of
Fish Trap branch, thcnco a straight
linc to and including J. N. Watkins'
resi?enoo,, thonoo a straight lino to
and excluding ?. li. Carter's iesi
denco, thonco tho Pulaski road to
Long Crook ohurch, thonco tho old
ridge road to and excluding J. J.
Woodnll's rosidonco, thonco a
straight l'mo to and including YY. IL
Thrift's rosidonco, thence a straight
lino to tho beginning point.
DHASSTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. 00.
Beginning at and excluding J. R.
Cnrtor's residenco, thonco a straight
lino to and including J. E. Cobb's
reel lenee, thonco a straight lino to
and excluding T. J. Adams' resi
dence, thonco tho Pulaski Township
lino to Changa crook; thonco up said
crook to tho mouth of Doublo branch,
thenco a straight lino to and cxclud*
lng J. J. Woodall's, rosidonco,
thenco tho old ridgo road to Long
Creek ohurch, thonco tho Pulaski
road to tho beginning point.
DAMA8CU8 SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. Cl.
Beginning at tho mouth of Battle
creek, on Tugaloo River, thone?' a
straight lino to the Horse Fold, on
Big Brasstown crook, thenco a
straight lino to tho North ond of
Piny Mountain, thenco a straight
line to tho crossing of tho Western
branch of Long Nose crook, and the
Pulaski Township line, thenco said
line to and excluding T. J. Adams'
residence, thenco a straight lino to
and excluding J. E. Cobb's residence,
thence a straight linc to and includ
ing J. Ii. Carter's residence, thence
a straight lino to and excluding J,
N. Watkins' residence, thenco a
straight linc to thc mouth of Fish
Trap branch, thence down tho river
to thc beginning point.
PULASKI SCHOOL UI8TRIOT, NO. G'2.
Beginning at tho Pulaski Town
ship line, on Tugaloo Uiver, thence
said linc to the Western branch of
Long Nose creek, thence a straight
lino to tho North end of Piny Moun
tain, thenco a straight line to tho
Horse Ford, on Big Brasstown creek,
thence a straight line to thc mouth
of Battle creek, on Tugaloo Uiver,
thence down said river to thc begin
ning point. S. P. STRIULINO.
Not Devoted Enough.
Sam Potts met Moll Darch in tho
"Wy how is you, Sister Moll ?"
"I gives you thanks dat I'se well,
Brudder Sum. Is all yo1 orfairs in
do prosperous 'dition?"
"Mightily, sister, mightily. I lungs
gittin* futter an' fatter ever' day, an
de cows give so much milk we doun
know what to do 'bout il. Whicher
way you gwino under do rays o' dis
yere liddy morn in'4"'
"Jess er walkin' round ter 'joy dc
fresh :v'r o' de season."
"Von looks like you 'joys de sea
son, an' de season looks like it 'joys
you, sister, fur I 'dur' to goodness I
ain't seed such ft putty lady sonco I
Wftn't ino' den er year old."
"Go on, mun, you knin't compor
"I ain't tryin' to compcrmen' you
-jes tryin' to tell yer sonic Imf.
I'so hud dis yere eye on you fur some
time, an' of olo Bob ever dios w'y I
wants you might) bud. Vere me ?"
"Cose I yores you, but look yere,
mun, me au' Bob dun been maird to->
luting ter talk datter way."
"Doun koro how lanni; you been
maird, he mont die."
"Yns, Bruddor Sam, dat is dc
"Say, Sis Moll, uf Hob die, woan
you promise ter be my sperct an' do
bride say come? Oh, Pse coatin' do
skripter on you now, an' you knin't
git out finn under dat. Yere mc?"
"Coso I yores you but I doun
wanter promise ter muir you."
"It is beeuzo you doun bib mo
"Oh, no, dat ain't de cause."
"Whut is den?"
"W'y, it is dis : Ef I wu/.tcr 'pro
miso to muir you in de ease Bob
dies, you-do you know whut you
"Whut would I do, sweet lady ?"
"You'd pissen Hob, dnt's whut
"No, I declare I wouldn't. I
wouldn't do nothin' Uko dat fer us
much money us I could stan' flat
footed an' lif."
"Yns, Sam, I'so feared you mont
pissen him. Oh, I knows you mon.
I ain't hud my eyes shot all do time
Pse been a Indy, I nin't. You'd
pi/.cn dat po' mun sho, of I wussier
promise to mair you."
"T tell you, Iswnrdnt ? wouldn't,"
the old fellow pleaded. "I knows
whut a pusson's duty ia in dis yere
life, an' I would be de Ins' mun tor do
nothin' wrnung. No I wouldn't
pi/en him, Sis Moll."
"An' of I windor promise dis min
uit ter muir you when Mob dies, you
say you wouldn't pissen him?"
"Sweet lady, I swar to' do Lawd
dat I wouldn't."
"Well, den, of you wouldn't pissen
him dur ain't no use in nromisin1
yon. Dc mun dut doun lui) or lady
hurd ern nit ter pi/.eti or pusson, so
ho kin git her, nin't my idee o' er
lubber. Go on yer way, now, I ain't
gwino tor gib you my 'factions."
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A Toast, to GeuWosieiK
Mrs. Duniwny, at a literary re
union at Salem, Oregon, toasted
"Tho Gentlemen" as follows : "BleBS
'em I They have our joys, they dou
ble our sorrows, they treble our ox*
penses, they quadruple our cuves,
they oxoite our magnanimity, thoy
increase our self-respect, awaken our
enthusiasm, arouse our affcotions,
control our proporty, and out
manouvre us in everything. This
would be a dreary world without
them? in fact, I may say, without
prospect of puccossful contradiction,
that without them this wouldn't bo
much of a world anyhow. Wo love
them, and the dear Doings can't holp
it; wc control thom, and tho precious
fellows don't know it.
"As husbands thoy aro convenient,
though not always on hand; ns beaux
they aro by no means 'matchless.'
They aro most ngreoablo as visitors,
handy nt State fairs, indispensable at
oyster saloons. Thoy aro splendid
ns escorts for some othor follow's
wifo or sister, and a? friends they
aro bettor than women. As our fa
thers they aro inexpressibly grand.
A man may bo a failure in business,
a wreck in constitution, not enough
to boast of ns a beauty, nothing ns a
wit, less than nothing as a legislator
for womon's rights, and not very
brilliant as a memboi of tho press,
but if ho is our own fathor wc over
look his shortcomings, and cover his
piceadiloes with tho divino mantlo
of charity. Then, as our husbands,
how wo love to parado thom as para
gons ! In the sublime language of
tho poet :
".We'll lio for'om,
We'll cry for 'cm,
And if wo could, we'd Hy for 'om
We'd anything but dio for 'cm.' "
A Washington banker says : "Take
a greenback, a silver certificate, a
gold certificate or a national bank
note to your bank and it is received
and placed to your credit without a
moment's delay. Not s>x with gold.
A few days ago a gentleman brought
to our bank upwards of #?1,000 in
gold of different denominations, and
was much provoked because wc would
not receive it forthwith and give
him credit for the amount tho faces
of thc coin presented. Thia wo
could not do, because the law rc
quires that gold shall be redeemed
only at its actual value. Coins car
ried in tho pocket for any length of
time naturally lose something in
weight hy abrasion, probably but a
fractional part of a cont on a #10
coin; but it is a loss, nevertheless,
therefore bankers cannot give credit
for gold deposits until the coin shall
have been weighed. lu the case in
point my friend took bis gold to the
Treasury Department and was com
pelled to wait there nearly an hour
before he could get notes for it;
every coin had to be passed through
the scales, and after thc weighing
process had been completed three
coins-two ?5 pieces and one $10
piece-were returned to him as short
in weight, liefere returning abort
weight coins the Department stamps
on the face of each a cross. The
owner is left to either send the coins
to thc United States mint for re
demption or to again put them in
circulation. Eventually the coins
with crosses on their faees will go to
thc mint and be redeemed at their
actual value. In many instances
there may not be more than several
couts shortage on $50 worth of coin.
Business men naturally object to the
inconvenience and got rid of their
gold as fast as possible."
Is Cons mind inn Incumbi? !
Head the following: Mr. C. II. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with
abscess of lungs, and friends and physi
cians pronounced me an incurable con
sumptive. Bogan taking Dr. King's Now
Discovery for consumption, am now on
my third bottle, und able to oversee tho
work on my farm, lt is tho finest medi
cino ever made."
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says:
"Hail it not hoon for Dr. King's Now
Discovery for consumption I would have
died of lung troubles. Was given up by
the doctors. Am now in best of health. '
Try it. .Sample bottles free at Norman
Drug Co.'s drugstore.
"Why, is that you?" erics the first
woman, as they met on the street,
says tho Detroit Free Prcas.
"And is that you ?"
"Just got home ?"
"So'd I. Have a good time?"
"So'd I. Splendid time. What'd
"So'd I. (Jain any ?"
"Ki ve pounds."
"So'd I. ??nby sick ?"
"So was minc. Have any mos
"So'd I. Hate to come home?"
"So'd I. Make lots ot* friends?"
"So'd I. ? just cried when I left.
Did your trunks get smashed?"
"So dit) mine. Did your dresses
"So'd mino. Got a girl yet?"
"Neither have I. Isn't it dread
ful ? Well, good-by."
Whcie i?iio Id>od.
It ?B strange how "difficult sonto
porg?os find it to answer -a ?imp?o
question directly. 10von the fact that
timo, other pcoplo*s time, is valuable,
does not disturb their enjoyment in
cb atti ng of various things which
havo no boering on the two or tbreo
words whioh their interlocutors wait
moro or less patiently to hoar. Tho
following conversation took placo
not long ago in a busy savings bank :
Said the cushier, " Whore do you
"Well, I just carno in from the
Capo. My sister's just boon married
and her busband bas a fino place
down thoro. Ho's doing well, is
Amelia's husband, and I'm glad of it.
"Excuso mo, madam," interrupted
tho onshior, "I wish to fill in this
blank with your residence."
"Woll, I was going to tell you.
She wanted mo to go down and visit
her at tho capo. So 1'vo been down
thoro a month. She wouldn't hardly
let mo como up to-day. Sho said I
must stay a week longer, anyway.
But I thought-"
Again tho official protested, "What
is your address now ?"
"As I was saying, I am going to
look for a boarding place. I don't
know where I'll stay. I vant a
placo to suit me for all winter. And
I can't decide-" Sho paused a
moment for breath, and scorned
ratbor surprised to bo asked sternly :
"Whore havo you been staying?
That address will do."
. "Why, at my sister's down on the
Cape. I never make long visits, but
I've been there more than a month,
sho being just married and thinking
a sight of me-"
"Yes, whore does your sister livo ?"
"Down on tho Cape-"
"Whereabouts is tho Cape?
What town ?"
"A thens v i He.*
And the cashier and four custo
mers, who had been waiting, breathed
a sigh of relief, as she turned away
murmuring that A ens vii le wasn't
really a town, but that ber married
sister liked living there very well.
His Judgment Day is Coming'.
Now listen. Soven hundred mil
lions of dollars is tho snug sum
which this Christian nation spent
last year for rum, wine and beer.
At least so the national statistical
bureau affirms. Would it be too
much to add twice that amount for
the direct and indirect bad conse
quences of the traffic ? Twenty-one
hundred millions of dollars! But
what is the sense of talking about
dollars when you undertake to esti
mate poverty, wretchedness, blight,
tears, bleeding hearts, the ruin of
home, body, mind, soul, eternity ?
This is the darling that is so tenderly
fondled by politicians, and protected
so carefully by the laws of the na
tion and commonwealth. But the
monster will not always bo used so
well. His judgment day is coming
-aye, is almost herc.-Kpioorth He
A lady of Warsaw advertised in
the papers that she was willing to
accept proposals for marriage, ami,
giving a description of bcrsolf, she
also enumerated tho qualifications
she required in her suitor. Among
those qualifications she mentioned
that he must bc thc owner of real
estate. She received many letters in
reply, but one of them was strictly
original. The writer said ho pos
sessed all that thc lady desired in
her future husband. Ho waa good
looking, bc held a responsible posi
tion, had many friends and was re
ceived in good society, and could
support a family comfortably As to
real estate, he had that, too; bo was
owner of a plot of ground in a
cemetery which was la ,e enough to
accommodate him, a wife and aix
children. Tho lady selected tho
writer of this letter from tho whole
number of suitors. She opined that
a young man of his position who
had thought of acquiring graves for
himself and a large family before ho
was married was surely worthy of
the endowment of her hand and
.- . ---
Teacher in Grade 1 School, junior
class, explaining tho attraction of
gravity : "If a ho e was cut through
the earth from one side to tho other,
and a cannon bal! dropped into it,
tho ball would bo drawn towards the
center with such force that it would
not stop when it reached tho center,
but woidd go nearly to tho other
side and returning would go nearly
as far on tho other side, its momen
tum decreasing each timo until at
last it would stop in tho center o?
tho earth ?" School boy in das?
(one of Marion's yo-ng hopefuls:)
"How would you eve get tho ball
Out if it stopped in the mindle?"
Tho king of the Sandwich Islande
lives in a $1,000,000 palaco, that was
built by his loyal subjects. Thc na
tives do not seem to mind expense
where the king's pleasure is involved,
When thc princess died they spent
$50,000 on her funeral, and $00,000
for a mausoleum to her.
What f.H.t?o Ones Caa Do.
Children from fivo to toa years nf
ago eau opon and air tho beds in tho
morning; oan wash and wipe dishes;
oan bring from tho collar all tho coal
and wood to be usod in other parte
of tho house, by repeating tho jour
noy many tinms with light loads each
time They cnn wash tho insido of
windows; cnn donn silvor; can sew on
buttons. They eau swoop tho back
stairs or any bare floor, not "a heavy
oarpot; and a iargo room may bo
divided into sections and swept by
small bando. They oan tend a baby
-not by lifting; no growing ohild
should lift a heavy baby-and can
tako a baby to rido in its oa.rriago.
They oan cut, after tho mothor has
mixed it, a batch of cookies or
doughnuts, and if allowed to uso
thoir fancy somowbat in tho figures,
will consider this a most dolcotablo
employment. Thoy can stOno rai
sins, Bort over b^ans, pick vogotablos,
paro potatoes, break tho macaroni.
They oan not und olear uway tho
dining-tablo. * Thoy eau dust tho
living rooms, wipe tho mop-boards
with a damp cloth, hang out tho
small pieces of washing, bring thom
in when dry, iron tho handkorobiofs,
napkins and towels. Tho boys oan
learn to uso a needle, tho girls to
handlo a hammer. It is eminently
fit and desirable that boys and girls
should understand something of oach
other's traditional tools.
Tasks should bo m ado easy to tho
children; when dono in a womanlike
manner it should be recognized and
commended. If a ohild not natu
rally lazy shows a special distaste fo.
any particalar duty, it is right to re
lievo him from tho task, if possible;
something oise can gonerally bo sub
stituted. Children that help to pre
pare a meal might bo allowed t,o sug
gest part of tho bill of faro some
times. In performing n task, it
should not be considered completed
until the implements that may have
been required aro returned to thoir
usual shelves or hooks.- TM House
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A LACK OV "EDIHCATION"-Says
a Saratoga correspondent: I mot
dear old "fighting" Gov. Curtin, of
Pennsylvania, at the cottage one day.
Ile was just os full of fun and story
telling as over. Ile said ho was
once in a Southern hotel, so tired,
so full of business and care, as to bo
indifferent to creature comforts.
When ho wont to dinner, thc waiter
politely handed him tho bill of faro
and a low bow, and, "What will you
please lo order, sah ?"
"Oh, give mo some dinner," said
thc Governor, waving tho menu
away, without looking at it, and
handed thc darkey half a dollar.
Every day the same programme
was enacted; a grand darkey bow,
menu offered, waved away, "give
mo a dinner," and half a dollar.
And thc waiter would hurry off,
and bring back everything on tho
bill of fare, with, no doubt, thc men
tal ejaculation : "Well, dis yero
beats me ! Who'd a think sich a
fine gemmen as he had no eddica
Thc evening Gov. Curtin left, be
handed tho silver as usual, and said :
"Well, good-by, Jackson. You have
taken very good care of inc."
"T'ank you, sah. l'so awful sorry
to have you go; d reff ul sorry, in
"Why, what's the matter ?"
"Deed, sah, doro's lots of gemmen
come to dis yer hotel, but no ono
came before what didn't know how
to road. I'so mortal sorry, honoy,
I mean sah; but I did my best to gc
you good dinners, sali."
Tho Famous Strasburg Clock.
The Strasburg clock has been for
about 300 years ono of thc wonders
of thc world. It has boon written
about" until students of descriptive
literature are almost as familiar with
it as if they had seen it. Its chief
performances arc, in addition to its
astronomical features, a procession
of apostles and saints around a cen
tral figure, Jesus. This procession
is preceded by tho feeble crowing of
a cock at 12 o*elook, and some of thu
more important figures in the pro
cession perform rather stiflly tho
principal acts that connect thom
with th?' history of tho Master.
The most wonderful performances
of tho clock from a mechanical
standpoint aro its astronomical
motions and indication of tho sea
nous. These motions aro accurato to
such a degree that it is said that one
shut up with tho clock would have
no difficulty in keeping tho run of
the seasons and tho motions of tho
principal heavenly bodies.
Bon Franklin waa dining with a
niall party of distinguished gentle
?wu, when ono ot thom said ? "lloro
ire three nationalities represented; I
im French, and my friend thoro is
Snglish, and Mr. Franklin is an
Vmerionn. Let each ono propose a
oast." It was agreed to and tho
Snglishmnn's turn oamo first, lie
iroso, and, in tho tono of a Briton,
johl, said : "Hore's to Groat Britain,
ho sun that gave light to all nations
>f tho earth." Tho Frenchman was
athcr taken back at this, but ho pro
)oscd : "Horn's to Franco, tho moon
vhoso mngio rays movo tho tides ol
ho world." Bc? thou arose, with an
dr of ' quaint modesty, and said :
'lloro's to Gcorgo Washington, tho
roshua of Amorion, who commanded
ho siin and tho moon to stand still
-and they stood still."
A Resolute Woman*
"Thou you have mado up yow
nind, young !.?,dy, never to got mar
"Yes, sir. I'll clio an old maid."
"But if some young man were to
?roposo to you ?"
"Ab, that would bo a difforont
bing altogothor I" .
fJouTHAMiiTov, Ootober 10.-Tho
Inmburg-American Lino stoamoi
.Columbia," which loft Now Yorl<
it 2 v. M., Thursday, October 0.
?rossing tho bar at 8.45 pi M., ar
ived bore at noon to-day, making
ho trip in six days, fiftoen boure
md twenty-three minutes, breaking
.ho best record (hor own) by twe
lours and eleven minutes. This if
iqual to about fivo days and twenty
ihree hours to Queenstown.
An item on tho rounds is to thc
iffoot that a professional swindler
ately captured, has confessed thal
io found bia easiest victims among
Jin clergy. It was not because tin
reverend gentlemen wero lesa sharp
witted than the rest of mankind, ai
i rule, but their fear that thoy might
be guilty of an injustico if the j
suspect an attempt at imposition wai
"What's your business ?" said th?
nngistratc of a police court tin
ithcr morning to a prisoner. "I'rc
tn observationist, your honor." "Ar
ibservationist 1 What is chat?1
'One who looks around in tho day
,imo to seo what ho can stoal ai
light, if it please your honor."
, NOTHING SUCCEEDS
Tho reason MADAM'S
M IC KOBE KILLB1
is tho most wondorfu
medicino, is becauso i
lias never failed in air
instance, no matte'
what tho disease, fron
LEPROSY to tho simp
lest discaso known t<
tho human system.
Tlie seien ti flo mei
of to-day claim aiu
[irovo that every discaso is
Caused by Microbes,
Rate's Microbe Killer
(exterminates tho Microbes and drivel
;hom out of tho system, and whoa tba
s done you cannot have an acho or pain
No matter what tho disease, whothor i
limpio caso of Malaria Fovor or a comhi
lotion of diseases, wc euro thom all a
,ho same timo, as wo treat all disease
\sthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bron
chilis, Rheumatism, Kidnoy and Live
Disease, Chills and Fovor, Foin alo Trou
hies, in all its forms, and, in fact, ovo
ry Diseaso known to tho Human Sy:;
Beware of Fradulent Imitations
Seo that our Trade-Mark (samo a'
ibove) appears on each jug.
Send for hook "History of tho Mi
irobo Killer," given away hy DABBY <S
20., Druggist, Agt., Walhalla, S. C.
mm IRON WORKS
Lady Street, near G. & C. R. R
Depot, Columbia, S. C.,
Steam Epes and Boiers
Mill Gearing, Vertical und Hori
zonta Cuno Mills, Grist and
JAW MILLS OF ALL SIZES, IIOUS1
FRONTS, RAILING FOR GARDEI
\ND CEMETERY LOTS.
Prompt and Special Attentioi
given to Repairing of Ma
I would call the attention of tho publi
^(menially to the fact that ?ny CIRCULAI
SAW MILLS have taken tho Hist prize a
jvory State Fair in Columbia when on ox
?ibition, and that I mako a specialty o
ibo manufacturo of tho IM PROVEI
J1KOULAR SAW MILT,, comhtnin;
great simplicity with durability am
itrongth in their construction, and there
l?y I anvonablod to put on tko market ai
uticlo which rivals any other in prico a
woll as olYectiveness, I have on Die man
testimonials from tho foremost sawyer
ind mill-men of this State who uso m
mills to their perfect satisfaction.
I nm enabled to furnish House Fronte
Railing and all Architectural Work a
diort notice, having a largo variety o
patterns; and, besides, tho oxporionco o
many years in tim trade, so that I cai
mit customers in overy mannor to thoi
taste as well as to prices. My oxpericne
And knowledge of gearing and other mn
shincry hy this time JH well know:
throughout tho State, and will warran
to overy one that ho can bo suited by mt
I pay close attention to Repairs 0
Steam Engines, &0., wiitin ordored, s
that they arc promptly lilied and no los
?cern's to any customers hy delay.
Parties desiring any artlelo in my lin
will lind it to tholr best interest to call c
correspond with mo.
Write for Circular and Price Lisi
which will be furnished on application.
Columbia, S. C.
May 2, 18S??.
Croates ii "nv a tmw bnshiois.
isuiargos many an old business,
ltevivos many a dull business,
Rosones many a lost business,
Saves many a failing business,.
Preserves many a largo business,
Socures success in any business.
Wo koop constantly ou band tho
lowing Blanks at reasonable prices:
Titles to Beal Estate.
Mortgagos to Boa!' Estete?.
Mortgages to Beal Estato, with Fore
Koto and Mortgago Personal Property.
Agricultural Lion, with Noto.
Agricultural Lion, without Note.
Wo koop other Blanks, but ino a ho ve
embraces these most in genoral use.
Richmond ft ianuille $0M
Condonsod 8ohedtdo In offoct August 31st, 18: 3.
COLUMHIA AND GREENVILLE DIVINION
Trains run by 76th Meridian Timo.
NOKTU HOUND. . . No. 6*.
Lv Charleston. 7 00 a ra
Lv Columbia.tl 00 am
Ar Alston.12 02 a lu
At Union.'.. 1 83 p in
Ar Spartanburg. 2 30 p lu
Ar Tryon.1. 4 40 n tn
Ar Saluda. 6 33 pm
Ar Flat Kook..,. 6 64 p m
ArllondorsonvlUo. S lo pm
Ar AR hu vi Ho. 7 00 p ra
Ar Dot Springs. 8 40 b in
Ar Tomara.12 20 m
Ar Prosperity.?M 42 p rn
Ar Nowborry. 1 00 p m
Ar Ninoty-Six. 2 25 p m
Ar Greenwood. 2 40 p m
Ar Abbovillo...*... 3 60 p tn
Ar Holton. 4 00 p m
I.v Helton.;. 4 10 i> in
Ar Will tamaton. 4 22 p m
Ar Foliar. 4 31 p ut
Ar Fiodmont. 4 48 p m
Ar Greenville. 6 30 p m
Ar Anderson. 4 40pm
Ar Seneca. ?OQpm
Ar Walhalla. 7 00 p m
Ar Atlanta.10 40 p m
SOUTH HOUND. NO. 66~
LVWnlhalla. 8 80 n m
I.v Seneca. 8 64 a in
I ,v Andorson.10 03 a m
I.v GroonvlUo. 9 16 a m
Piedmont. 0 69 a m
Foleor.10 12 am
Williamston.10.18 a in
Holton.10 60 am
Lv Abbovillo.10 60 p m
Ly Greenwood.12 24 p m
Lv~Klnoty-Slx. 1 l? p tn
Lv Nowborry. 2 S7 p m
Lv Prosperity. 2 67 p m
Tomara. 8 20 p in
Lv Hut Snrlng?. ?. 7 80am
.v A ?lio vi I le .:. 9 06am
Lv HondorsotivlUo. 9 69 am
V Flat Kook.10 10 a m
I.v Saluda.10 37 a in
v Tryon.ll 24 a m
v Spartanburg.12 46 p m
Lv Union. 1 60 p m
Ar Alston. 8 86 p m
Ar Columbia. 4 40 p m
Ar Augusta. 9 07 fa m
Ar Charleston.....'.. 9 80 p tn
tNo. 4. - INo. 8.
Leave~B 46 p m....Columbia...Airivo 10 30 a m
Arrive G 42 p m.... Alston.Leavo 9 30 a tit
7 00 p tn... .Tomara.I,e:\vo 9 12 a ht
7 22 p m - Prospot Uv.. I .eave 8 60 a m
7 40 p mi....Nowborry ;..Leave 8 80 a m
8 46 pm_Goldvitlo ....Leavo 7 28 a m
9 08 p m....Clinton.Loavo 7 06am
0 46 p tn.... Lattrons.Leavo 6 30 a m
KORTU BOUND. SOUTH HOUND.
tNo. 60. " tNo. 61.
Leave 10 40 a in - Holton .Arrlvo 8 40 p tn
Arrlvo ll 02 a m.... Williamscon " 3 17pm
1108am_ToUor. " 3 10pm
11 26 a in.... Piedmont .. " 2 63pm
12 06 p m....Greenville.Leavo 2 10pm
Dully. t Daily oxcopt Sunday.
TiiHoiioti OAK SKHVIOK.
Nos. 3, 4,60 and 61 daily oxcopt Sunday.
Main Uno tnifns 61 amt 66 daily between Co
lumbia and Alston.
Daily oxeopt Sunday between Alston and
Hellman pjtrlor sorvlco between Augusta and
Hot Springs, N. C., dally, without chango, on 63
' om Augusta, connecting with C. & G. 61.
Tiokots en salo at prhiolpal stations to all
pointa. D. CARDWELL,
Division Passenger Agent,
Columbia, 8. C.
J AS. L. TAYLOR,
Genoral Pass. Agent.
Soi.. HAAS, Trafllc Manager.
AtliL?itic Coast J jin.?3
Wilmington N. C., January 18, 1890.
Fast Lino Hotweon Charleston and Co
lumbia and Upper South Carolina
and Western North Carolina.
.eave Charleston (N. E. lt. B. Dopot)
,.H. 7 30 a m
Lanes.0 10 a m
Sumter.10 38 am
Arrlvo Columbia.ll 05 am
Winnsboro. 2 24 p m
Ohestor. 8 84 "
Yorkvillo. 5 00 ?I
Lancaster. 5 23 "
Bock Hill.4 10 M
Charlotte. 5 15 "
Arrivo Nowborry.12 80 "
Greenwood. 2 30 "
Laurons. 0 45 ?
Andorson. 4 40 "
Greenville. 5 20 "
Walhalla. 7 00 "
Abbovillo. 4 00 "
Spartanburg. 2 40 "
Hondorsonvillo.0 10 "
Asbovillo. 7 00 "
Leavo Asbovillo. 0 05 am
Loavo Hondorsonvillo. 9 59 am
' Spartanburg.12 40 m
1 Abbovillo.10 50 am
1 Walhalla. 8 00 44
1 Groonvillo. 0 40 "
1 Andorson. 9 37 "
1 Laurons. 0 80 "
' Gieeiiwood.12 88 p m
1 Nowborry. 2 45 pm
Arrivo Charlotte. 1 00 pm
? Bock Hill. 1 57 "
' Lancaster.1100 am
' Yorkvillo. 1 20 p m
1 Chester.2 -10 p nt
' Winnsboro. 8 89 "
. Columbia. 5 20 "
? Sumter. 0 87 "
' Lanes. 7 50 "
Arrivo Charleston (N. E. It. lt. Dopot)
. 9 30 p m
Solid Trains between Charleston and
Columbia, S. C.
J. F. DIVINE,
T. M. EMERSON,
Goneral Passenger Agont.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY CO.
D. II. CHAMBERLAIN, HKOEIVKH.
(lOMMKNOING March 30, 1890, at 1.30 P. lt.,
J Eastern Time, Trains will run as follows:
MAIN ia Nh TO AUGUSTA, DAILY.
I.'MM' Charleston. 0 (Kl a tn 0 00 p tn
" Hranchvillo. S 66 a ni 8 26 p m
Arrive Augusta.12 01 noon ll 26 p m
AUGUSTA TO CHARLESTON, DAILY.
Leave Augusta. 8 06 a m 4 40 p tn
a Branchville.10 60 a ut 7 68 pin
Arrivo Charleston. 1 16 pm 10 00 pm
MAIM LINK AND COLUMBIA DIVISION WKHT, DAILY
Ix?avo Charleston. 7 00 a m 6 10 p ut
" Hranchvillo. 8 36 a nt 7 46 p m
Arrlvo Conunhia.10 43 a hi 10 05 p m
(DAILY, HXCKIT SUNDAY.) ?
" Camden.ll 30 a in 10 60 p m
COLUMBIA DIVISION AND MAIN LINK KAST, DAILY
Leave Camden (dally except
Sunday) 6 60 a in 4 46 p m
" Columbia. 0 43 a m 6 25 p nt
" Hranchvillo. 8 66 a m 7 45 p nt
Arrive Charleston.lt 03 am 0 30 p in
Made at Union Dopot, Columbia, with C. & G. lt.
R. by train an 1 vine at 10,13 A. M. and departing
at 5.26 e. M.; also with C., C. & A. It. It. by samo
train to and from all points on both roads: also
with H., U. * C. lt. It. by train arriving at 9,80 r.
M. and departing nt 7.00 A. M.
Papsoiigors take Hroakfust at Columbia and
Supper at Hranchvillo. .
At Pregnall'? to and rrohr sui ??lnts on ?rtltwr?
vine ii alli ead; St Charleston With steamers for
New York, Jacksonville and points on Kt. John's
Uiver on MonaaVS, Wednesdays and Fridays:
with Charleston and Savannah Hallroad to and
from Havannah and points in Florida daily,
li At Augusta wit h Georgia and Conti ul Railroads
L i to and from all points West and South: nt Hlaok
ville to and from all points on Harnwoll Hallroad.
Through tickets eau be purchased tn all pointa
South and West by applying to
G. P. MILLER, ll. T. A.. Columbia.
8. H. PICKKN8, Genoral Pussonger Agent,
O. M. WA ni), Gonernl Manager