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Just so cull in the blood
comes out in shape of scrof
ula, pimples, etc., tn children
and young people. Taken in
time it cm be eradicated by
using Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Molder people, the aftermath
of irregular living shows it
self in bilious conditions, a
heavy head, a foul mouth,
a general bad feeling.
It is tho blood, the impuro blood,
friends, which ls tho real causo. Purify
that with Hood's Sarsaparilla ?nd
happiness will reign in your family.
BlOOtl Poison I lived In a bed of Uro
for years owing to blood poisoning tb ul fol
lowed smaif pox. il bioko out nil over my
body, Itching Intensely. Tried doctors and
hospitals lr. vnln. I tried Hood'a Sarsapn
rllla. It helped. ? kept nt lt mid wnB en
tirely cured. I could KO on tho housetops
and shout nbout lt." MRS. J. T. WILLIAMS,
8cfOfula Sores -" My hnhy nt two
months lind scro.'uht sores on chook and
arm. Local Applications and physicians'
medicino did llttlo or no good. Hood's Snr
snpnrllla cured him permanently. Ho ts
now four, with smooth fair skin." MHB.
S. 8. WHOTKN, Knrinlu?ton, Doh
Hood'a I'llU cure livor Ult; non-irritating and
_J o n 1 jr Je .? t n ii jr ( lo to l:?Vo with 11 omi 'it Hf f ? ft pair"} 11 ?.
First Prayor In Congross..
In Thatcher's MiliLny Journal,
under date of Dccombor, 1777, is
found a note containing tho indonti
oal "first prayer in Congress" made
by tho Hov. Jacob Dutche, a gentle
man ot great eloquence. Hero it is,
a historical curiosity :
"O Lord, our Heavenly Father,
high and mighty, King of Kings,
and Lord of Lords, who dost
from Thy throne behold all the
dwellers on earth, and rcign
est with power supreme and
uncontrolled over all kingdoms, em
pires and governments ; look down
in mercy, wo beseech Thee, on theso
Americans States, who havo lied to
Thee from the rod of tho oppressor,
and thrown themselves on thy gra
cious protection, desiring to bo
henceforth dependent only on Thee ;
to Theo tlioy have appealed for tho
righteousness of their cause ; to Thee
do they now look up for that counte
nance and Bupport which Thou alone
canst give ; take them, therefore,
Heavenly Father, under Thy nur
turing care; give them wisdom in
council and valor in the field ; defeat
tho malicious designs of ojur cruel
adversaries; convince them . of tho
unrighteousness of their cause ; and
if they still presist in their sanguin
ary purposes, O, the voice of Thy
unerring justice, sounding in their
hearts, constrain them to drop the
weapons of war from their unnerved
hands in tho day of battle. Bo Thou
present, God of wisdom, and direct
the councils of this honorable assem
bly ; enable them to settle things on
the best and surest foundation, that
the Boone of blood may be speedily
closed ; that order, harmony and
peaco may bo effectually restored,
and truth and justice, religion and
piety, prevail and flourish amongst
tho people. Preserve tho health of
their bodies, and the vigor of their
minds ; shower down on them, and
the uiillloiiH they herc- represent, such
temporal blessings as Thou seest ex
pedient for them in this world, nod
crown them with everlasting glory
in tho world to come. All this wt;
ask in thc name and through tho
merits of Jesus Christ, Thy Son, our
Whon you ask for Dr. M. A. Simmons'
Liver Medicine, seo that you get it, and
not somo worthless imitation.
Ballottlnrj (or Presidents.
John Adams and Titos. Jeffer
son were balloted for presidential
electors on four different occasions,
Adams succeeding once and Jeffer
To sum up briefly tho presidential
situation, Washington is the only
ono of tho twenty-four men who
havo absolutely vacated tho placo
when urged to remain. He and
Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Jack
son, Lincoln and Grant enjoyed a
ro-oleotion, while John Adams, John
Quiney Adams, Van . Huron and
Grover Cleveland were defeated of
election to succeed themselves.
Clovelnnd got in a second time, how
Androw Jackson and Crover
Clovoland woro beforo the people
throe times; Martin Van Huron
sought nomination four times, got
in three times and was once elected ;
Millard Filmore was twico an un
successful aspirant, after having been
president, and Coneral Grant failed
of nomination after having sorved
wo tormH. Tho fact is generally
overlooked that in 1801 at Lincoln's
renomination tho Missouri delegates
voted solidly for Grant. James G.
Mano's name was before more presi
dential conventions than that of any
other man. Ho was balloted for in
ilvo conventions, extending from
1870 to 1892, but he won tho nomi
nation only once.-Mail and Ex
Candy has been added to tho army
ration hy order of tho secretary of
A rnong rccont presents sont to
Admiral Dowow is an annual pass to
^beator named for him.
Mauy years ago, write? a western
correspondent, a group of cowboys
rode into tho frontier town of Prai
riovr a, and whilo cantering down
the principal street, caine to a sign
''Painless Dentist." They emptied
the contents of their revolvere into
it, and then ono of the company dis
mounted and announced his inten
tion to !',o in and get a sore tooth
attended to. "And I don't pay any
fancy price for it, neither," ho mut
tered, as ho walked noisily into thc
Tho dentist was a quiet-looking
young man of '25.
"Soo boro 1" shouted tho cowboy,
as ho advanood toward tho ohair, "I
want a tooth fixed, and ? don't want
any hightoncd prices ohargod,
Ho throw himself into tho ohair,
hitched hiB bolt around in front of
him, laid his revolver aoross his lap,
and told tho dentist that if ho hurt
him ho would shoot tho top of * his
"Vory woll," replied tho dentist,
with a slight laugh ; "thon you must
tako gas, for this is a bad tooth, and
will givo trouble."
Tho cowboy swore, but finally sub
mitted to tho respiration, and pres
ently was insensible.
With great skill tho ?nan of tho
forceps pulled tho tooth, and then
before his customer regained con
sciousness, ho poouroly tied him
hand and foot to tho chair, which
was firmly screwed to tho Hoon
Then taking tho bully's revolver out
of his belt, tho dentist took up his
position where tho pationt could BOO
him when ho came to.
As thc cowboy struggled back to
consciousness, tho fi rat thing ol' which
ho was sensiblo was tho dentist point
ing thc revolver at him, and saying
in quiet tones :
"Now then, don't move. Just
open your mouth as widoas possible,
and I will shoot the bad tooth off.
Thia is the painless process. No
danger, sir, unless you happen to
swallow tho bullet. Aro you ready?
Then boro she goes ! One, two,
Bang ! went the revolver, knock
ing a bolo in tho wall, and
tho dentist rushed forward holding
out thc tooth in his hand to show
the now terrified bully, who roared
for mercy and begged to bo released,
thinking that ho fallen into thc hands
of a madman.
Tho dentist finally cut his bonds
on condition that hip customer should
restore the riddled sign outside of tho
office. And aftor paying ff5 for the
extracted tooth, which tho dentist
grimly declared to bo tho regular
price for painless operations, tho
creast-fallen cowboy departed, con
vinced that appearances aro some
times deceitful, ?\nd that even n
tenderfoot may have nerve.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A Nice Bill of Fare.
It was at a country hotel in Penn
sylvania. Thc single stranger who
sat down at dinner was amazed when
the waiter handed him a printed bill
of fare, which, began with oyster
soup and clam chowder and ran
down to four kinds of pic and choco
late icc cream.
"PH take oyster soup," said tho
"Y-e-s ; but wo haven't got any,"
replied the waiter.
"Very well, give me clam chow
"Wc are out of that, too."
"Then bring me baked white-fish,
fried sausage, Saratoga potatoes,
French wheat rolls, ribs of beef and
a cup of coffee."
"Wo haven't got any, sir. All
we've got is beefstoak, bilcd taters,
baker's bread and coffee"
At that moment tho landloid
entered tho room, and the guest
called out :
"See here, landlord, what sort of a
trick it-, this ?"
"What? Oh, that bill of faro. My
dear sir, let mo explain. My uncle
kept a seaside hotel and failed. Ho
had ?10,000 bills of faro on hand, and
I bought them at private salo for $?2.
These arc hard times-vory bard
and wc must utilize everything and
keep up style at the same time."
? ? -^??.
Menstruation made regular and pain
less, nnd pain in sides, hips and limbs
cured hy Simmons' Squaw Vino Wino
A Brevet Deacon.
"And you have made Jim Jackson
a deacon in your church?"
"Yes, sah. Dat is, he's a brevet
"And what's a brevet deacon,
"Ho's a deacon dat don't handle
no money, sah."-(^loveland Plain
It is as religious to rest whoa rest
is demanded by tho condition of tho
bodily frame ns it is to work when
health is perfect and strength abun
Tho first woman pensioner of tho
Spanish war is Mrs. S. 0. Gilbroatb,
of Austin, Toxas, whoso husband,
a major in tho 11th infantry, died
in Porto Rico last summer,
pgggg ' "" 11 t
How an English Sootier was Undone
An English peer oallcd upon thc
famous Josiah Wedgwood, who was
an earnest, religious man, and de
sired to see his great pottery fac
tories. With ono of his omployoos,
a lad of about flfteei. ?"?are of age,
Mr. Wedgwood accompanied the
nobleman through the works.
The visitor was tv man of somo
what rooklees lifo, and lather vain of
his religious unbelief. Possessing
great natural wit, he was quite en
tertaining in conversation, and aftor
a while forgot himself in expressions
of "polito" profanity and in occasional
jests with sacred names and subjects.
This seriously disturbed Mr. Wedg
Tho boy was at first shookod by
tho nobleman's irrovoranco, but soon
booamo fascinated by his How of I
skeptical drollery, and laughod heart
ily at tho witty points made
Whon tho round of tho fnotorios
had boon made, tho boy was dis
missed, and Mr. Wedgwood selected
a beautiful vaso of unique pattern,
and recalled tho long and oaroful
process of its making, as they had
soon it in the vats and ovens.
Tho visitor was oharmod with its
exquisito shape, its raro coloring, its
pictured designs, and reached out
his hand to tako il.
Mr, Wedgwood lot it fall on thc
floor, and bioko it to atoms. Tho
nobloman uttered an angry oath.
"I wanted that for roy collection,"
said he. "No art can restore what
you havo ruined by your careless
"My Lord," replied Mr. Wedg
wood, "thoro aro other ruined things,
moro precious than this, which can
never bo restored. You can never
give back to tho soul of that boy
who has just left us tho reverent
fooling and simple faith which you
have destroyed by making light o?
the religion which has been his most
soared memory and inheritance.
For years his parents have endea
vored to tench him revorenco for
soared things, and so to influeneo
Ilia mind that his lifo and conduct
should bo governed by religious
principles. You have undone their
labor in less than half an hour.
The nobleman, though greatly as
tonished nt such plainness of speech
from a "mechanic," respected a brave
and honest man, and he did not go
away without expressing his regrets,
and admitted thc justice of tho re
A common acknowledgment of
(Jod, and tho prevalence of a r?ver
ont spirit, aro society's safo guard
and tho State's defence.
None but those who forget how
much tho country owes to religious
feeling will ever trille with it in the
young, or sneer at a "pious educa
tion." A single scoffing speech may
do mischief for a lifetime.-Youth's
Can't be Bought with tho Clink of Gold.
Tho world will be piad of tho
assurance that there aro some men
in the humblest walks of lifo who
can't bc bought with tho clink of
gold. A Hoosier who lost his wife
a few weeks ago was waited upon a
few days after the funeral by a man
who introduced himself ns the agent
of a Cincinnati medical college, and
he went right to business by remark
"Mr. Blank, neither of us has any
time to fool away. Your wife is
dead and buried. I want her body
for the college. I could snatch it
any dark night, but that's not my
way. How much cash will buy the
"Dige'er up at your own expenso?"
"How much ll you givo ?"
"And the coffin ?"
"Oh, that's no uso to nie."
"Stranger," said the widower, "yeti
skip or I'll shoot. If you think I'm
fool enough to throw a $40 collin in
these hard times you haven't sized
mo up k'roct. Lot tho old woman
stay thar. She isn't costing anything
for board and lodgings, and there
ain't a penny out for repairs.-New
SQ ? ic fhn fin lu There ar
< Ut Oi io ino um) Scrofula, f
_ _ ,, , afford tom
Remedy Equel to this
Obstinate Disease. >?$*T
i M 11 iK mon
is equal to any blood trouble, and no
goes down to tho scat of the disease,
trace of tho taint.
The serious consequences to which Her
should impress upon those nillietcd witl
portanco of wasting no time upon tren
nut poon?bly effect a nure, lu many ensoi
treatment nas been relied upon, comp!
swellings have resulted, for which tho d
a dangerous surgical operation in neceas
Mr. H. E. Thompson, of Millodgevillo,
bad case of Scrofula broke out on tho gi
which hud to bo lanced nod caused inc n
was treated for a long while, but tho ph
able to euro mo, and my condition was
began thoir treatment. Many blood ror
but without effect. Some ono recoinmo
I began to improvo ns Hoon ns I lind tal
Continuing tho remedy, I was soon eui
and have novor had a sign of tho disentir
S. S. S. FOR
-ls the only remedy which can prompth
blood disenso*. Hy rolying upon it, mid
? o on Iliii tonics, etc., all sufferers from 1
instead of enduring years of suffering w
tho constitution. 8. S. 8. is guaranteer
euro Scrofula. Kczenin. Cancer, Rheumi
Tetter, Pimplen, Sores, Ulcers, ol??. In.-ust.
Rooks on blood and Hkin disensos wilj
Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, (ioor
i.? " . . ^.__L *
. A Huiband't Rlflht?.
Clergymen aro not al way s practi
cal, but thore oro timos whon their
advice is good. Hore is the latent
rogarding thohusband's rights :
"Sir," ho said, as ho Strodo into
tho olergymunV study, "you aro tho
mon who tied tho knot, I believe ?"
"I bog your pardon," said tho
olorgyman, lookiug up from his sor*
mon. - .?
"You performed the marriage eqro"
mony for me, didn't you ?" .
"Yes, oertaiuly, Mr. Willings.
What, may I ask-"
. "Thou you know what tho rights
of a husband aro ?"
"Why, yos, in a general way."
"And tho rights of a wife?"
"Well, now, sir," said tho oallor,
drawing a chair up to tho olorgy
man's desk and taking a scat, "has
a wifo a lioenso to torturo her hus
"If abo makes hi? life misorable ho
ha? redress, of course ?"
"YOB, but I should ndvieo-"
"Novor mind your advico. now.
Wo will como to that lator. My
wifo complains that I don't Bhavo
"Oh that's a small matter."
.'Is it, sir ? Is it? JuBt wait? I
informed her that that was my affair,
and then she told the children to cry
when I kisBcd thom, so that she could
say that my rough, unshaven chin
"That hardly showed a Chris
"Just wait a minuto ! Yesterday
morning I found thom playing with
tho cylinder of a broken music box.
You know how that seems to tho
"Well, she'd taught them to call it
'papa's chin !' "
"Keally, sir, 1 must admit-"
"Now, wait till I'm finished. To
day ono of thom got np on my knee,
passed his hand over my chin and
called it 'papa's musiebox.' Now,
sir, I ask, of you, ns a Christian man
and aB the minister, who tied tho
knot, what shall I do ?"
"Get shaved," roplied tho clergy
man. softly, as ho returned to his
work.- -Texas Siftings.
So?n\u* si The Kind You Have Always Bought
Not IwTrrlod Yet.
I rode up to a country store,
whore a young girl stood on tho
porch swinging a sun-bonnet and
talking to a mountaineer. I had
left her in that position a year be
fore and her father had told ino thou
his daughter and tho mountaineer ]
would soon be married. Talking to
her father a few minutes later, I
"Is your daughter married yet ?"
"Naw, an' I don't reckon sho will
"What is tho trouble ? I Kaw her
talking to her lovor just now."
"Yans-sho don't do much clso.
Thet feller aili' no 'count. 1 le's been
courtin' fer throe y'ar, an' axed Sal
ter marry 'im n y'ar ago. I toi' him
ter clean out an' s'posed he'd 'lope
with her. I toi' Sal sho could hov
my bes' boss ter run away with, but I
ho never did make no proposition.
I ain' goin' ter thc expenso o' no
weddin' ti xi n's, an' it looks liko he
wan't goin* tor runoff with her, sol
it jes'stan's thar. I ain'goin' tor]
hov no homo weddin' ; kain't afford
no sich nonsense ; an' I'vo bed six
gals run off an' git married, and
that feller don't seem to hov no ap
preciation of the sitty wattan."
AB T left tho girl was still talking
to her lover, whilo the old man
watched them from behind a tree.
Tired-Torah-Wot did yer havo
tor dinner torday ?
Hungry Hooley (loftily)-Which
At Tientsin, China, ?00 persons
fell through tho ice and 100 were
0 dozens of remedies recommended for
lome of thom no doubt hoing ablo to
porary rcliof, but 8. ti. ti. is absolutely
remedy which completely euros lt.
ono of tho most obstinate, deep-seated
nao?, and ?a beyond tho ?oach of the
(il lea purifiers nnd tonics because some
1 than a moro tonio is required. H. 8. 8.
vcr fails to euro Sorofula, booauso it
thus permanently eliminating every
ofula Hurdy lends
li it tho vital im
tmont which can
i whoro tho wrong
lectors insist that
?A., writes: "A
ands of my nook,
inch suffering, I
ysicians woro un
as bad BS when I
eedles woro used,
oded 8. 8. 8., and
icu A few bottles.
i to return." Swift's Specific
r reach and euro obstinate, (loop-seated
not experimenting with tho various
blood troubles can ne promptly euroli,
liich gradually but surely undermines
I purely vegotnblo, and never fails to
itfsm, Contagious Blood Poison, Bolls,
upon 8- 8 8. ; nothing can take its place,
bo malled free to any address by the
jtMIMll, ! i I I.I Ul] ll UH ,1 ? I ? l||IU<
i.V. f 'I . i
suit?lating ttt?Tocd nttdRep; uni
ting I he 3 tomada oivd Dowels of
ness andIfest.Contatns neither
?cv? or o?d urSAMVEL rnvmn,
Attit* S**d *
Apt fectttemedy for Constipe .
lion. Sour Stonwen,Diarrhoen,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness end Loss OF SUUEia
Tuc Simile Signature og
'; At (> 11 io n1hs' ??1 ll.' '?
y} i) o ?vi. s -(33-e ii N i s
Ijoacr co pr or WRAPPEO. j
For Infants and Children.
THC OKHTAVin COMPANY. NEW YORK OITV.
Severe trains in the Back,
TD BARING-DOWN pains and symp
-'WSW??S^? ^. M toma of a liko naluro ave forerun
J^^^^F^^r^^7^C\ noi'Hoftho moBt distressing and
^ Y^-vJ~ ^^ ftlHO tho most common of female din
^^3?jSp5| "X-^^7~v. I? casca,WhitcHundFiiHiiif.;oflhoWomb.
^M^^fCJx^i J) li Whites is often thq roBult of neglect,
r2/Ui^^^\^ \s^\r( I)' ftn<* whon pormittod to continuo fro
/ffV tWiW^t\ w A quently causes inllammation of tho
' f lr ' r'xrVi t womD> ligaments aro weakonod
ffJrJr,j V*|JJ and relaxed and Falling of tho Womb
y I ^tTTZ- J and othor complications ariso,produc
C / irT7^SM)l inS gonoral debility and undermining
Ny I \ I 'IMS tlie health. Thcso koathesome una
t I w"^^ weakening diseasesv?Ut be oured and
. I Y thc ontt.'c fomnio ?-ystom built up if
*^ a few bottles of tho groat fomalo tonio
QlT^ W"> f (Jcrstlc's
. fV P. Pemftle
Are taken rogularly CH directed. If you havo any of tho symptoms
montionod above, WJ ito to Tho Ladles' Health Club, (caro h. C?orstlo
ec Co.) Chattanooga, Tonn., and receive froo of cost valuable infor
mation concerning your case
I HAVE BEEN CONFINED TO MY BED 17 MONTHS
With fallina of the womb and ulcere of tho same. I have been ?treated hy two
physicians but tho? did mo no good. I have tried ninny different kinds of
medicines and I find that your O. F. P. benefits nie inore than all other treat
ment. I havo used only ono bottle and am better already. I shall eon t niue ils
uao for 1 wish to recover my health. SUSAN IC. DAVIS. Imboden. Ark.
Sold by ?ll Drnpslstt, i'rlce $1.00 per Bottle. h. UKKSTLK & CO., CbfttUnooga, Tenn.
For salo by JAMES II. DARBY, Walhalla, S. C.
Diagnosing a Caso.
Holen lt. Gardiner, in Harper, re
latos tina medical anecdote a? ono
elie heard from a surgeon's assistant,
a trained nurse.
It was a Japanese boy. Ho was
as solid ns a little ox, but lie told Hr.
G. that he'd been taking a honuco
pathic prescription for a cold. That
was enough for Dr. G. A red Hag ,
in thc van of a bovine animal is no
thing to thc word "hoinu'opnthy" to
Dr. G. He questioned thc little Jap, 1
who could not speak good English,
and had thc national inclination to
agree with whatever you say.
"Did you ever spit blood ?" asked
Dr. G. by and by, after he could lind
nothing else wrong except the little
cold for which tho homoeopathic
doctor was treating the boy.
"Once," replied the youthful vic
"Aim! we are getting at the root
of this matter now," said Dr. G.
"Now tell me, truly. Did you spit
much blood ?"
"Yen, sir, a good deal."
Thc doctor sniffed. Ht: always
knew that a homoeopathic humbug
could not diagnose a case, and would
1)0 likely to get just about as near
tho facts as a light cold would come
"How long did this last ?" ho in
quired of thc smiling boy.
"I think-it seems to me-?"
"A "Half-hour ?" queried thc doc
tor, "twenty minutes ?"
"I think so. Yes, sir. About half I
an hour-twenty minutes," respond
ed the obliging youth.
I heard that talk. Common sonso
told ino tho boy's lungs were all
right, but it was nono of my busi
ness. So I watched him treated, off
and on, for lung trouble for over a
month beforo I got a chance to ask
him any questions. Then I asked,
"What made you spit that blood
timi time, Gilli ?"
"I didn't know I ought to swallow
him," he replied, wide eyed and anx
ious. "Dentist pull tooth. Ho says
to mc, 'Spit blood herc.' I do like
ho tell me. Your doctor say vcr'
bad for lungs spit blood. Noxt timo
I swallow him."
Kully ono third of tho female popu
lation <>f france arc laborers on
Asiatic cholera is the most rapidiy
fatal disenso known to medical
Ono hundred pnssonger trains roll
in and out of \ho Atlanta r lion
depot every doy,
A Bouton fruit company now con
trols thc banana trade of tho United
A bill bus passed the Missouri
house making tho operation of slot
machines a felony.
If you do8?ro attractive
Job Printing of any dcHcrip
tion Bond it to the
Courier Job Oillcc.
Briefs and Arguments
: : : : a Specialty.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
ALL PERSONS having claims against
. tho ostnto of Mr?. Sarah J. Ander
son, deceased, aro untitled to ramont
thom to tho undersigned, ns Executors
of her last will and testament, properly
proven as required by law. And all per
sons indebted to said deceased aro noti
fied to make payment thereof to us at
Westminster, S, C.
C. E. ANDERSON,
W. P. ANDERSON,
March 28, 1800. 18-10
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OOO KKK GOUNTV.
Dy I). A. Smith, Esq., Prohato Judge.
WHEREAS, America Mooro has
made suit lo mo to grant him
Letters of Administration of tho estate
of and effects of .lorcminh Moore, de
These are thoroforo to cito and admon
ish all and singular tho kindred and
creditors of the said Jeremiah Mooro,
deeeased, that thoy ho and appoar bo
foro mo, in tho Court of Probate, to he
hold at Walhalla (Join t Houso, S. C., on
Saturday, April 15th, 1800, after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in tho fore
noon, to show causo, if any thoy have,
why tho said administration should not
(riven under my hand and seal, this
Sill th day of March Anno Domini 181)1).
[L. S.] D. A. SMITH,
Judge of l'rohato forOconeo county,S.C.
Published mt tho .'50th day of March,
1800, In the KROWKK Co uni Kn and Goo
noo Nows. 13-14
Notice of Final Hot
"Vf OT I (MO is hereby given that tho un
?\ dorsigned will make application to
1). A. Smith, Esq., Judgo of Probate
for Ooonoo county, in tho State of South
Carolina, at his offioo at Walhalla ('oort
Houso on Saturday, tho 20th day of
April, 1800, at. II o'clock in tho fore
noon, or as soon thoroaftcr as said ap
plication can he heard, for loave to make
final settlement of tho estate of Har
rison Haynes, deceased, and for final
discharge a? Bxoeutor of said estate.
SHERIFF A. HAYNES,
Executor of Estate of Harrison Haynes,
March 80, 1800. 18-10
state of south Carolina,
Comity of Oconce.
/"ILARK CRUMPTON, who is in tho
\y custody of tho Sheriff of Goonoo
Ofitjnty hy virtue of a writ of Soire
Facias, at tito snit of Lindy Nichols, hav
ing plod in my oOjco, tOgpthor with a
Keb nd ti lo on oath, of his estate and ef
fects, his petition t(j tho Court of Com
mon Pleas, praying t hat ho may ho ad
mitted to the benefit of the Acts of tho
(.jenora! Assembly mado for tho relief of
Insolvent debtors: It is ordorcd that tho
Bald Lindy Njchpls and all others, tho
oreditors, to whom tim ?inid clark Crump
ton is in unywjso indebted, ho, and thoy
aro hereby, summoned and liavo notice
to appear beforo tho (-'oort of tho (Morl:
of Common pleas and (lonoral Sessions
for Ooonoo county, H. C., at Walhalla
Court Houso, 8. C., on tho With dav of
April noxt to show eau- e, if any ihoy
oan, whv fho prayer of tho petition
tiforcuaiu iihoidd not ho granted.
JAMES SEA MORN,
C. C. P. ? G. S.
Ofllco of (!lork of Court, )
Oconoo county, S. C., >
.'loth March, 1800. ) 18-10,
Notice to Debtors and
A LL persons indebted to tbo estate
1\ of M. IL Bryoe, doooasod, aro
horoby notified to mako payment to the
undersigned, and all porsonB having
claims agniust said'estate will nresont
tho same, duly attested, -within the timo
proBorlbed by law or bo barred.
J. R. BRYCE,
Administrator of the Estate of M. H.
Hi yeo, deceased.
April C, 1890. 1417
Tho appoint mumu for tho Walhalla |
Circuit aro as follows:
.Firat .Sunday, at Whftmiro's at ll a. m.
Joonssoo at 8 p. m.
Sooond Sunday, at Double Springs at
ll a. m. ; Laurol Springs at 8 p. m.
Third Sunday, at Ooouoo at ll a. m.;
Zion at 8 p. m.
Fourth Sunday, at Fairvlow at ll a. m.;
at Newry at 7 p. m.
A. A. MKHMTT, P. C.
Tho following aro tho nppolntmonts |
of tho WoBtmlnotor Cirouit for tho year
First Sunday-Hopewell, ll a. m.;|
Nazareth, a.ao p. m.
Second Sunday-Westminster, ll a. m. ; |
Rock Springs, 8.30 p. nt.
Third Sunday-Contor, ll a. m.
Fourth Sunday--Rook Springs, ll a.
m.: Westminster, 8.30 p. m.
R. R. DAONAM., P. C.
WoBt Union Baptist Church.
Preaching ovory fourth Sunday at ll
o'olock by tho pastor, Rov. P. J. Verroll
Sunday school at 10 o'clook a. m.-C.
R. D, Burns, Superintendent.
Prayer mooting ovory Sunday at oight |
o'clock p. m.
Tho following aro tho appointments of
tho St. John's Evangelical Lutheran
Snndny School nt lia. m., Mr. J. J.
Divine Services in English on the 2d
and 4th Sundays at ll a. m., and on caoh
Thursday at 4.30 p. m.
Cern?an on tho 1st and 3d Sundays at |
ll a. m.
Condensed boliedulo lu KfYoct
Doo. 4th, 181)8.
Ly. Charleston.777.. ~? 10 a in
Lv. Columbia. ll 05 A ni
" Prosperity..,. 12 10 n'n
" Newberry. 12 25 p ra
" Ninety-six. 1 20 p m
" Greenwood. 7 40 ? in 1 65 p ni
ir. Hodges. ?. 8 111) n m 2 15 p in
r. Abbeville. 8 40 a m 2 45 p ni
Ar. Bolton.. .... " 8 ?TA rn" 8 10 p m
Ar. Andoraon. 0 85 H in 8 85 p m
ir. Groonv?lo77. 10 l?~a in 4 16 p Tu
Jr. Atlnnt"n.77._ ~ il 65 p m 0 80 p in
K'i'A'i'iovn lCx. Sun. ?)nl?y
BTA* U)N8- No. 18. _ No. J2^
tv. Greenville." 6 ?o p tn 10 16 A RI
" Piedmont. 0 00 p in 10 40 A m
" \VIIHnmston. 0 22 p in 10 66 A in
Lv. Anderson. 4 45 j?jn 10 45 a m
Ev. Belton . 0 16 p in ll ?5~A ni
Ar. Dominion. 7 16 p ni ll 40 a in
Lv. Abbeville..". 0 10 i> m Tl 20 A m
I7v. Hollie*. 7 85 p m U 65 A m
" Greenwood. 8 00 p in 12 40 p in
" Ninoty-Hx. 12 55 p m
" Newberry. 2 00 p m
Ar. ProBperlfy. 2 14 p in
"_Columbia. . 8 8?? pm
Ar. Char?cntou. ..777777777. ~8 00 p m
bally Dully HTAn???*? l"h~i?fy~Diilly
No. P No. 18 _ A 1 IONa- _No. 14_No.l0
TTftop 7 lon Ly... .Charleston. .. Ar 800p 1100?
HfWa l?lWn '? .... Cob mitin... 8 2Up 080p
0 07i?1216p .Alston.Lv 2U0p 85(1?
1001a 18Hp ".tiantuo... 1 28p 7 40p
lOSOn 2 00p ".Union." 1 05p 7 OOo
10 00* 2 2.Jp '. .... Jonesville.... - 1836p OWu
10 64a 2?7p ".Pneolot.; " 12 Hp 0 42p
1125a 8 10p Ar.. Spnrtanburg.. .Lv ll 45n 0 16p
11 40n 8<0p I.v.. 8partnuburg.. .Ar ll 22n OOOp
jj 45p 7 00p Ar.... ABIIOVIIIO. ....LY 8 20a 8 05p
"PT" p. m. " A." a. m.
Pullman palace sleeping car? on Trntnu85and
80, 87 and 88, on A. and C. division. Dining cars
on these trabin nervo all menin enrouto.
Trains loave Hpartanburg, A. A O. division,
northbound, 8:46 p.m., 8:87 p.m., 0:10 p.m.,
(Vest?bulo Limited): southbound 12:20 a. m.,
0:15 p. m., ll :84 ?. m.. (Vest?bulo Limited.)
Trains lenve Greenville A. and O. division,
northbound, 6:50 n. m., 2)81 p. m. and 6t92 p. m.,
?Vestibuled Limited) : southbound, 1 ;26 a. m.,
IUO p. m.. 12:00 p. m. (Voatlbuled Llniltod).
Tralau 0 and 10 carry elegant Pullman
sleeping ears betweon Columbia and Ashovllle
.monto dally botweou Jacksonville audOluolu
FRANK 8. GANNON, J. M. GULP.
Third V-P. ii ?cn. Mar.. Traffic Mor.,
Washington, D. OL Washington. D. O.
W. A. TUNK, 8. H. HARDWICK.
don. Puns. Ag't. Au't Gen. Pass. Ag t,
Washington, D. C. _Att.iutn.Gn.
Candonsad Schedule or Passenger Train?.
In Effeot Deo. 4th, 180S.
I Van. Sn. ii Pei,?ra.
Northbuund. Ho.M No. 38 Kx. No. 80
. Dully| Dally, ?un, Dally.
Lv. A timi tn, C. T. 7 Wa 12 00 rn 4 86 p ll 00 p
Atlanta, B.'P. rt 60 a i o0 n 6 86 p 12 60 a
" Nororosa.. . ?80 a . 0 28p 100 A
" Buford.1005 a. 7 08p .......
" Gainesville... 10 85 a 2 22 p 7 48 p 2 26 a
" Lula. 10 58 af? 42 J, 8 08 p 2 50 a
Ar. Cornelia.ll 25 a fa 00 p 8 1)6p .
Lv.Mt. Airy. ll 00 a. .
u Toeeoa.ll 53 a 8 00 p . 8 42 a
" Westminster 12 81m. 4 20 a
" Bauooa. 12 62 p i 15 p. 4 87 a
" Central. 1 10 p . 6 02 ?
" Greenville ... 2 84 p 5 22 p. 6 50 a
" Bpnrtunburg. 8 07 p 0 10 p. 8 48 i.
I " Gaffneys. 4 20 p 0 44 p. ? 28 A
Blaoksburg.. 4 88 p 7 00 p. 7 45 a
" King's Mt ... 6 03 p. 8 03 a
" G?stenla. 6 86 p. 8 88 a
Lv. Charlotte .... 0 ?0 p 8 22 p. 0 26 a
Ar. Greensboro 9 52 p 10 48 p .12 10 p
I.v .Gi eonsiioro. 10 60 p .
Slr. Norfolk. 7 80 *.
A?. Danville ^... ll 25 p ? 61_p. 1 86 p
Ar. Richmond ... 0 40 a 6 40 .?. 6 Wp
Ar.Wnshlnglou. 0 42 a|. 0 10 p
" Boltm'c PRU. 8 (Ki ai. 1105 p
" Philadelphia.10 16 a. 2 59 a
" Now York. 12 48 ml ...... 0 88 a
l's!."Ml Ve?. N'o.l I
outlibound. Nu. 86 No. 87 Dally
Lv. N. 7., P. lt. ir. WW* TWT\,."7T.7T.
11 Piiiinuuipiiia. ? ?0 a it 66 p . .
" B.-.ltlmoro. . 0 81 a 0 20 p.
" Washlngtoii. ll 16_a 10 JO j?
Lv. Richmond ... ?2 01 ni ?2 01 iii ?5 RSI 7..,,,,
Lv. Dnnvlllo. 6 16 p 6 60 a 0 10 a.
LY. Norfolk . .... V 85 p .
Ar. Qraensboro . .... 0 45 n.
Lv. Greensboro 7 86 p 7 05 o 7 87 a.
Ar. Charlotte .... 10 00 p 0 25 a IS 05m .
Lv.Gastoula. 10 40 p. 1 12 p.
" King's Mt. 1 38 p.
" Blaokslmrg .. ll Bl p 10 46 a 8*1 p.
" Gaffiieys. ll 48 p 10 68 a 2 24 p.i
" ?partnnbnrg. 12 20 a ll 84 a 8 16 p.
" Gresnvtlls.... 126 a 12 00 p 4 80 p .
" Central. 6 2ft p SHIT
" Boneea. 2 00 a 1 B3 p 0 18 p
" Westnilnst*r. ?80 p
" Toocoa ....... I 35 a 2 19 n 7 io p -"?
" Mt. Airy. . 7 83 p
" Cornelia.fO 00 p t40p 686a
.? Lulu.. 4 16 a f8 18 p % 14 p 0 67 a
11 Gainesville... 4 05 a 887 p 8 40 p T20a
" Buford. 9 P< p 7 40 n
" Noroross. 625 a. ?48p 827a
Ar. Atlanta, IC. T. 6 10 a 486 p 10 80 p 000a
Ar. Atlanta, O.T. 6 10 a 0 66 p ? 80 u 8 HO a
~^~?77??7"Pn p7 m; mn mion.'^^rghr
Chesapeake Line Htemnor* lu daily ?errloe
between Norfolk and llaltlinoie.
Nos. 87 and 88- -Dally. Wnnhlngton and Bonth
western Vest?bulo Limited, Through Pullman
eleeping eure lietween New York and New Or
loans, via Washington, Atlanta aud Mpntgoin
.ry. and also betwern New York and bfemnhls,
vlaWashlngton.Atlaniaand Birmingham. First
flans thoroughfare coaolies butwuen Washlna
ton and Atlanta. DinlPI care jerve al) meals
an rout*. ' PnUnp^ii dvawnig: room tl(iHi'|n8'<).iir?
between Greensboro and Ny^?Q'W., ( lniii u?n
b'eoUon at For folk forOl.D PO[> TOOHrQBT.
Nos. 85 And 80--tlnfted Ut Ates Past Mall
runs solid betwoen Washington and New Gr
lealia. via Bouthorn Rathvar. A. Sr. W P.' a. IX.
and L. S? N. II. ((..hoing comnotod of hsggat*
car and conohun, through without ohango f^r
PPf4?MK?r? pf al) p|M?aa. PilUpian/rasy!l)fe
f-ooni ilflftp!i|g p?r? liotwnaii New York ?qa
J^Tew Orljarif, ?()? Atlsaia an<|. Montgonipr*.
Laavlng wa?)ilugton cacH WjraaMatf, n raun|l
sleeping osir will run Ihrough betweon Waoh
Ington and 8an Franelseo without chn(?Kf).
pining carn sorva all moals enroiiiii.
Nos. 11.87, 88 and Pi -Pullman .loaning aaM
between ftlphninnd and Charlot ta. via Dsnvlllft,
.outhboijnd Vin?. U and 87, nnrthhomul Hlt?
tH and 12
yitANK 8. GANNON. J. M.Ot/I.P,
7 Third V P. A Gen. Mgr., Traffic ?Tg>.
Washington, D. C. Washington, p. (X
Wi A. TURK, H. il. HARDWICK.
P. piiiwaaiiBi.i im M
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quickly csoortaln, froo, whottior nu .urentlonU
prolmljly pntontnulo. Communication? strictly
confidential. OMcai ftfroncy f<ir?oi-urliig iMitooU
lu America. Wo tiaro a Washington o?lco.
Patents lakou tbrouKO Munn ft Co. reoalT*
special uotloo In tho
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;OUK ON I'A i KM H ?ont fro?. Address
MUNN & CO.,
301 Uromlwnv. Now Yorlt._
Pickens R. R. Oo.
8011EDUI.K IN KFPECT JUNK SC'fH, 1898.
On nnd titter Juno 26th tho following sohodulo
will bo run over tho Plckcns Railroad for tho
purpose of hauling freight and passengers, vis.:
No. 0. Dally Kxcont t?unday. No. lo.
Hoad Down. Mixed Train. Road up.
4 20 a in.LY PlckoiiB Ar.7 60 a ru
5 00 9 ni....Ay Knsloy Lt.7 OB a n>
No. 12. Pally Kxcopt Sunday. No. ll.
Head Down. Passenger Horvloo. Road Up.
1 00 ii tn.Lv PlokoiiB Ar.6 45 p ui
1 40 p in.....Ar Knaloy Lv.....6 05 p m
Trains will stop to tako on or lot oir pansongorii
ftt tho following orossliiK*: Ferguson's, Par
KOIIS'H and Mnutilln's.
Dopot will bo opon for tho receiving ??id deliv
ery of frolght from 8 a. m. to 12 m.
wo will inako lt to your intcrcHt to patronizo
our homo road by giving good servlco and
AnnnuMMl. I JULIUS R. JIOOCJS, Prc?ldont.
Approved.} Jt ,y TAYLOR, (.lon. Miinngor.
Blue Ridge R. R.
II. C. BEATTIE, RBOKIVKK.
TIMK TAULE NO. 10.
SUPERSEDES TIME TABLE NO.
K??cctivo 7.00 A. M., July 3, 1808.
Ex. Sun. unly
No. No. 12. No. 12
84 . Walhalla....Lv.. 8 10 nm 0 00 nm
32 ?Wobt Union. 8 20 nm 0 00 nm
24 *Soneca. 8 03 nm 0 30 nm
18 tAdnm's Crossing. I) 17 am 0 48 am
10 tChorry Crossing. 0 2ft am 0 48 am
13 .Pendleton . 9 40 am 0 CO nm
10 t Autun. 0 62 am 10 Ol nm
7 t Don vor.10 Ol am 10 13 am
0 ?Anderson... Ar.. 10 3ft am 10 3ft nm
No. No. ll.
0 ?Anderson... .Lv.. 3 2ft pin
7 tDonvor. 8 58 pm
10 t Autun. 4 Oft pm
13 "Pendleton. 4 17 pm
10 tChorry Crossing. 4 20 pm
18 t Adam's CroBBing. 4 37 pm
32 "West Union. ft 54 pm
34 ?Walhalla....Ar.. 0 00pm
(*) Regular stop; (t) Flag station.
All regular trains from Anderson to
Walhalla havo right of traok Ovor trains
of tho samo clnss moving in opposite
direction, unless otherwise Bpociilod by
Will also stop at tho following stations
to tako on or lot off passengers : Ptain
noy's, James and Sanely Springs.
No. 12 connects with Southorn Railway
No. 0 at Andereon.
No. ll connects with Southorn Railway
No. ll at Meneen.
J. R. ANIIKHBON,
.Atlantic; Coast JLino,
Wilmington, JV. C., February 24, 1807.
Faut Lino Ilotwcon Charleston
mid Columbia and Upper South
Carolina ami North Carolina.
In olToct Fobruarly 24th, 1807.
Loavo Charleston. 7 00 am
" Lanes. 8 20 "
" Sumter. 0 3ft 44
Arrive Columbia.10 55 **
44 Prosperity.ll 58 p m
44 Newberry.12 10 44
44 Clinton.12 50 14
44 Laurens. 1 15 "
44 Greenville.8 (X) 44
44 Snartanburg. 3 00 44
44 Winnsboro. 0 16 pm
44 Charlotto. 8 20 44
44 llondorsonvillo. 0 03 44
44 Asheville. 7 00 44
Loavo Asbovillo. 8 20 a m
44 Hendorsonvillo. 0 15 44
44 Spartnnburg.ll 45 44
44 Greonvillo.ll 50 44
44 Laurens. 1 45 44
44 Clinton. 2 10 44
,4 Nowborry. 2 67 44
41 Prosperity. 8 18 44
44 Columbia. 5 16 44
Arrive Sumter. 0 35 "
44 Lanes...../. 7 48 44
44 Charleston. 0 26 44
Nos. 52 mid 53 Solid Trnins between
Charleston and Columbia. S. C.
H. M. EMERSON,
Gon'l Pnssongor Agent.
J. R. KENLY,
T. M. EMERSON, .
"THE CHARLESTON LINE."
SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA
Timo Tablo in Effoot January 1st, 1800.
Lv Columbia... 0 45 am
Ar Dranchvillo. 8 52 am
Lv Dranchvillo.0 05 nm
Ar Charleston.ll 00 nm
Lv Columbia. 3 55 pm
Ar Charleston. 8 17 pm
Lv Charleston. ,,. 7 00 am
Ar Columbia.ll 00 am
Lv Charleston. 6 80 pm
Ar Branchville. 7 Hft ppi
Lv Dranchvillo. 7 50 pm
Ar Columbia.,10 10 pm
(Hast Dound-Daily oxcopt Sunday.)
Lv Columbia.3 fifi pm 0 20 am
Ar Camdon. 0 38 pm ll 40 nm
Lv Camdon.8 4.6 am 3 00 pm
Ar Columbia.ll 00 am f> 80 pm
Lv Columbia.fl 45 am i? 65 pm
Ar Dranchvillo. 8 52 am fl 02 pm
Ar Augusta.ll 51 nm 10 45 pm
Lv AugiiHta. fl 20 am 8 55 pm
Ar Dranohvillo. 8 62 am fl 02 pm
Lv Dranohville. 8 ftft nm 7 50 pm
Ar Columbia.ll 00 am 10 10 pm
AUGUSTA AND WASHINGTON
Lv Augusta. 2 80 pm
Ar Aiken. 3 00 pm
Ar Denmark,,,.......,.4 |fj pm
Lv Denmark. () ii ft?,i
Ar Aikon.7 lo am
Ar Augusta.7 66 am
Trains loavlng Charleston at 7.Q0 a. ip,
am} arriving at Columbia Ot 11,00 0, m,
run solid from Charleston to Asheville,
Through sloopor on train leaving
Charleston at 5.20 p. m. (or Atlanta, onn>
nootlng at Dranchvillo with train loavlng
Columbi;-, at 8.16 p. m.
Any furthor information can bp ob
tained from R. I,. 8KAY,
Union Ticket Agent,
Union Depot, Columbia, h. C.
I*. A. EMERSON. Trafile Mgr.,
Charleston, a, 0,