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WALHALLA, S. C. :
TlllUlMltAY, .M M: 9Q, INO?.
Senator Tillman Condescends.
Senator Tillman has at last conde
soondod. Ho did not oxplain to tho peo
ple, who oleotod him, whoso representa
tive ho is and whoso money ho was
Charged With helping to squander.
When cnllod on directly by authority.,
which ho could not ignore, ho explains in
a contemptuous, slighting way his con
nection with tho penitentiary scandals.
"This is for your information," ho saya,
"but you can make what uso of it you
liko." Tho Senator evidently is at paint;
to give tho impression that he docs not
caro whether tho public is informed of
his alleged defence or not. "Tho public
bo d-d," what has, tho public todo with
such uso of its proporty as a Senator and
a statesman chooses to make. Is not
tho State his and tho fullness and tho fat
ness thereof? Who dares question him?
Any man in tho State could alford to
take this position hotter (han Senator
Tillman. Th080 of us who remember
him from 1888 to 1811-1 remember that
nothing was to small for him to take hold
of in assailing the State Government,
nothing was to vilo for bim to insinuate.
"Hut that was politics," was it? That
ls what his subservient followers and
defenders have tho nervo to say, their
idea apparently being that a man is justi
fied in slandering good men, dofiling
justly honored names and deceiving and
misleading tho pc ?plo so ho docs it to
got a job and some dollars for himself.
Wo can easily imagine thc .moors and
the leors tho insinuations of rottenness
in Denmark with which bon Tillman
would have recited this penitentiary
story if some of his political opponents
or some man .dioso place ho wanted had
done what he has done.
What are tho facts ? Ile accepted pres
ents and favors from a man on whose
oflicial conduct he might al any time
hayo been required to pass, who was
under his supervision and in a measure
at least under his control. Did Colonel
Neal give things to Tillman as presents
and then charge them to him on tho
penitentiary books? We can hardly
believe that. Or is this another reform
wrinkle-give a mail Slate property and
then charge it to him to be produced on
tho investigation later ?
If Senator Tillman had beim the man
ho protended to bo and pretended to
think others should ho ho would havo
cut off his right hand rather than take a
dollar of State proporty or accept tho
value of a cent from any subordinate, lt
was most particularly and imperatively
incumbent on him lo bo chaste as tho
iciclo that hangs on Diana's temple
because ho had been so free and boree
with calumnies against others. Tho dif
ference between taking a dollar belong
ing to another and ton thousand dollars
is only thc dilVerci ce between petit and
grand larceny. The man who receives
a salary from tho Slate-and especially
a liberal salary not reduced by reform,
has no right to accept the. slightest per
quisite in addition.
lint tho Senator was careless, perhaps.
These things escaped his attention.
While ho was chief censor and critic
for the stale he did not forgive careless
ness ill Others. Me did not roeogni/.e
carelessness except, as crime. Ho charged
corruption continually. Has anybody
forgotten how oagorly he took up and
used tho charges of tho unspeakable.
Bigham that Hugh Thompson had taken
away and used some of the furniture,
bolonging to tho Slate. With what
judgment ho has judged let him ho
judged. Try him by his own rules, mea
sure him by tho standards ho set up,
weigh bim according to his own words.
Ho know ho WM t using Slate property,
no matter whether it was a dollar or ten
thousand dollars. Ho know, for instance,
that if Neal was giving him Stato brick
ho had no right to it. If with his salary
ho was willing to allow Neal to buy
brick, furniture, labor and ot tor things
and givo thom to him for tribute, ho is
meaner even than ho was thought to be.
Tho time will como when lion Tillman
will not havo a Jaggery Kvans or a bill
Neal to meekly shoulder his sins for him,
when ho will have to answer beforo an
enlightened public judgment in his own
proper poison for his own doings. May
it como soon.-A. ll. Williams, in Oroon
Beara the /} T? ^ou "av0 ^?*' ??uP.M
Nolico to Tcacliors and Trustees.
State Superintendent. John J. Mc Ma
ll an writes mo that ho can send Prof. IC.
L. Hughs, of (beenville, and Prof.
McNeil, of Alabama, to conduct a sum
mer school for Oconco teachers, to begin
July 5th and continuo four weeks. These
educators aro specialists in their respect
ive branches, and it is onoiimbont upon
ail teachers to attend this school in order
that they may bo better lilted for their
work. I would advise, and urge all Mus
tons to postpono tho opening of their
schools ns long as possible in order that
their toachors may attend, it being abso
lutely froo for all whito teachers. A
special examination will bo given at tho
end of this school to those desiring it.
Tho place of meeting will i>e m walhalla
at tho High School building, where
Adgor College formerly stood. All toach
ors aro invited and urged fo attend.
Those who intend coming arc requested
to wi ito mo, so that I may make arrange
ments for board, oto.
W. II. Il Alt HON, C. S. H.
Thero is nothing that a woman
likes bettor than to get her husband
to work on a job around the house
and then criticise him wbile ho is at
-Go to .7. ?fe J. S. Carter's to get your
now suit. The havo thom now and moro
coming. Your wants shall ho supplied,
for you want a largo stock lo solcct ?rom
and you want prices right. So go now
and got first choleo,
What Poor Roads Cost Our Farmers.
If ovor thoro wore two olassoB of
pcoplo that had a good oau?b in oom
uion they aro tho bioyolists and tho
farmers. Tho question on whioh
their intorests agree is that of tho
need for good roads; tor whilo a
hard, smooth surfaoo i? an absolute
necessity to the wheolman, it is of
even moro vital importance to tho
farmer, sooing that tho condition of
tho roads makes a sorious difference
ono way or tho other in his yearly
profits. As tho rosult of an inquiry
mado in 1895 by tho United States
Department of Agtioulturc, replies
wcro received from over 1,200 coun
ties giving tho cost of hauling crops
in various parts of tho United Stotoa.
Tho average load hauled was found
to bo 2,002 pounds ; tho nvorago
length of haul, 12 1-10 milos ; tho
average cost of hauling a ton of
crops to markot was $8.02 ; while
tho average cost of hauling a ton for
a distanco of ono milo was 25 cents.
Tn order to compare thc roads of
thc United States with thoso of
Europe tho bureau, through, its con
suls, mado careful inquiry on tho
subject of cost of hauling in Eng
land, France, Germany, Belgium,
Italy and Switzerland. Tho average
cost of hauling ono ton ono mile was
found to bc in England 10 couts, in
Franco 10 cents, in Germany 8?J
cents, in Belgium 0.? cents, in Italy
7 A cents, and in Switzerland from 0
to 8 cents, tho avcrago for all thoso
European States being 8 0-10 cents
per ton per mile. Moro than ono
cause may enter into this determina
tion of cost, but that the great cost
in America is due to our poorly
inndo dirt roads is proved by tho
fact that while over tho superb roads
of Europo a farmer will haul three
or four tons at a load, our farmers
aro able to haul only a ton or less
than a ton over tho "plow and
scraper" ridgo of soil which, even at
ibis late day, is dignified by tho
name of road in many parts of the
NEW RBOKUIT8 FOB GOOD HOADS.
?'Yes, sir, it is entirely appropriate
for a Memorial Day orator to speak
an appropriate word in behalf of
Such was thc answer of a farmer
when consulted on the subject by a
gentleman who was to deliver thc
Memorial Day address in a Western
village. Continuing, he said :
"Why not? The people for miles
around here are deeply interested in
Memorial Day ceremonies. Some
years only a few of us could attend
because of the horrible condition of
tho roads. Ob such occasions our
Memorial Day ceremonies havo been
pretty nearly a failure. I was not a
soldier, but I bad two brothers who
were soldiers, and, like myself, they
are farmers, hut I do not believe that
they aro more earnest in their hope
that Memoral day will bo perpetua
ted long after the last soldior has
passed away, than myself. I have
thought for many years that it was
very important that tbeso ceremo
nies be continued. They certainly
have resulted in good thc past thirty
yi?ars ; they certainly can do thc
same kind of work for many years to
come. I know they will be more
largely attended and consequently
will do more good if hundreds of
thousands of people in the aggregate
aro not prevented from attending
tbetn because of deep mud that wo
sometimes have at that time of year.
1 wish I bad my way about >t. You
could depend upon it that every Me
morial Day orator, until we get good
roads, would put in a plea in their
behalf, an earnest one, to the mill
ions who assemble on that day and
listen to addresses.
"I do not understand why it would
be out of place for all of the 7,000
or 8,000 posts in tho country to pass
resolutions in favor of them. I do
not understand why at all of their
State gatherings and at tho national
gatherings they should not take
similar action. They say tho war
cost nine or ten billions of dollars.
Bad roads in the United States lr,1}.
oils and F
AN UNFAILING SIGN THAT
NATURE 18 APPEALING S*SS
COD UCI p must bo gotten rid of ; the
rUll flLLIi -a warning that can not i
To neglect to purify til
time means moro than tho Annoyance of]
unsightly pimples. If thoso Impurities
remain, the system succumbs to any ordini
unable to withstand the many ailment
prevalent during spring and summer.
Mrs. L. Gentile, 20?1 Second A.venue
says: " I was allliotod for a long timo wit
wore vory annoying, mi thoy disfigured m
After using many other remedies In vain.
and thoroughly ob an sod my blood, and
a good complexion, which I never had bof<
Cant. W. H. Donia
lt. lt., Chattanooga.
" Sovoral boils and on
great pain and annoj
a riotous condition,
any good. Six bottl
ami my blood has Ix
8, SH Sa !"
is tho best blood ren
and is tho only ono that is almolutely
promptly purifies tho blood and thoron
tho gcuoral health and strength. It ouri
tlain, Totter. Boils, Soros, oto., by going <
foroing out all impure blood.
Books free to any address by tho Hwitt ?
past fifty years havo cost tho people |
tully as much as that. Anything
that is so exponsivo as that, anything
in whioh so many people aro deeply
ntorested in, it 89oms to me, ls en
tirely propor for a patriotic organi
sation to take a hand in, to do its
full share itt agitating for ai.d bring
ing about. Every class needs good
roads ; hut none moro than wo farm
ers. With all my heart I thank tho I
wheelmen and all olassos who aro]
working for good roads."
Tho speaker, in enumerating work
which the ox-soldiors could assist in
jarrying forward during tho balance
)f their yoars, montionod agitation
n behalf of good roads, dovoting
tour or iivo minutes in that direction,
ind mon and women of tho villago,
nen and women of tho country, all
jlasscs, ohoored it to tho coho, whioh
a Btill further evidonco that good
.oad? aro coming. Lot tho work of |
igitating redouble in earnestness,
tiraotioality and offcctivonoss.
OTTO DOUN KU.
O A. ? TPC> Xl. X U9L m
Boon tho A lh8 Kind You Have Always Bought
Tho Evacuation of Richmond.
Tho morning of Sunday, tho 2d
)f April, 18bT), broke clear and calm
ipon the boloaguerod Confederate
capital. Whilo President Davis
was Heated in his accustomed pew
it the morning service a messenger |
lurriedly entered and handed him a
lispatch, whioh said it would be
leooHsary to evacuate Kichmond by
? o'clock that night. Immediately
President Davis loft St. Paul's church
tor a brief conference with Iiis Cabi
?ct, aftor which preparations wore
inmediately pushed for the removal
)f tho oxecutivo departments to
Danville, Virginia. Bight railway
.rains wore summoned by telegraph
,o bo iii roadiuesa at 8 o'clock to
larry the archives and treasure.
Horses and wagons were impressed
nto service for moving tho govern?
neut properties to the railroad
fards, and tho streets were
hrongod with citiv ms seeking a like
ssoapc with their belongings. As
mich as $100 in gold was paid in
lire for vehicles. It was a throng
)f fear-fed fugitives Hoeing-many
encw not whero. The banks wore
di open on that Sunday afternoon,
nisicd with customers removing their
leposits of specie, and from their
ranks wagons were loaded with
?old, silver and securities. After
bo government lind gone the coin
nissary department was thrown open
,o tho hungry populace, with its
ippetito and greed whetted by
nonths of short rations and starva
tion. The struggling mob of men,
ivomen and children gathered for the
listribution thus secured, tho means
'or the first full meal many of them
ind enjoyed in thc months of the
liege. The city council wisely
mlorcd all liquors destroyed, and
be street gutters were .swollen with
>ungent Hoods. Some retreating j
lobbers managed to procure a quan
tity of the intoxicants, and from that
/une law and order ceased. Pillage
)f stores and residences began, And
be night was hideous with the
orgies of lawless marauders and thc
ire of burning buildings.
- If you want cheap goods go to J. &
?. ft. Carter, Westminster. ' Don't forget
,hat they will pay highest market prioo
or your chickens and other produce. A
lice lot of pants just recoived.
The mother whose children Buffer
n hot weather from prickly heat
ivill be glad lo know that if she will
?lilt baking soda into the water in
ivhieli her children are bathed, she
nay do much toward preventing tho
ir ri val of the irritating malady. She
thould not wait until tho rash ap
pears before adopting this simplo
means to stop its progress, but may
di through the Hummer havo soda
iddod to tho little one'n bath water,
[n ono family whore this precaution
was t alcen none of tho children were
troubled with prickly heat during
the entire season.
When Nature is overtaxed, sho bnfl
own way of giving notice that nssist
i is Doeded. Hbo docs not ask for
1 it ls impossible to got along without
and pimples aro mi indication that
?rn is accumulating impurities which
y nre an urgent apjienl for assistance
safely bo ignored.
io blood at this
painful 1K)11H and
aro allowed to
iry illness, and ld
s which aro so
. Soattlo, Wash.,
h pimplos, whioh
y fuco fearfully.
S. 8. H. promptly
now I rojoioo In
p, of tho A. G. ft. w+iXl
irbunoles broko out upon mo, causing
raneo. My blood seemed to bo in
and nothing I took seemed to do
es of H. ft. 8. cured mo completely
jon porfootly puro ovor since.'
OR THE BLOOD
?edy, because it is puroly vogetr.blo
froo from potash and norcurv. It
ghly oleanses tho system, builds up
ts Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, llhoumn
i i i .-el to tho cnuso of tho troublo and
Ipooiflo Co,, Atlnntn, Ga.
Tho Indian Trader's Praam.
Among tho famous Indian trad
ers of tho past was Qeorgo Galphin,
whoso trading station at Silver Bluff,
S. C., was frequented by Indians
from far and near. In bonoh and
bar of South Carolina a oharaoteristio
anecdote is related of Mr. Galphin
and an Indian obiof. Chief Mogo
loeh, from beyond tho Savannah
rivor spont tho night at Mr. Galphin's.
lu tho morning tho Indian said : "Mo
droam last night." "Ab," said Gal
phin, "what did my rod bro thor
droam?" "Mo dream you gave mo
fino big rifle"-in Galphin's possession
at tho timo. Tho trader instantly
passed tho riflo to tho ohief, saying,
"if you dreamed it, you must havo
it." Next morning Galphin said to
tho ohiof, "I dreamed last night."
"What you dream ?" asked Mogo
looh. "I droamod you gavo mo tho
Chickasaw horse," whioh tho ohiof
was thon riding. "If you droam um
you must havo um," said tho chief,
and tho horse was straightway trans
ferred to the trader. Tho noxt morn
ing tho Indian remarked, "I droamod
last night." "What did my red
brother dream ?" was tho inquiry.
"I dreamed," answered Mogolooh,
"you gavo mo red coat you wear and
much calico." "If you dreamed it
you muse havo it," said Galphin, and
thc Indian received tho red coat and
calico. Next morning it was Gal
phin's turn. Ile said to thc chief,
"I dreamed hint night." "What you
dream ?" was Mogoloch's inquiry
"I dreamed," replied Galphin, "you
gavo mo ten miles of land around
thc Ogcechco old town." "Wugh,"
said tho Indian, "if you droam um
must havo um ; but I dream with
you no more !"
Uno Dr. Miles' NKIIVU PI.ABTF.IM* for SPINAL
WEAKNESS. Ail <lroKKls(sHoll 'em for25o.
A minister's wife, who is not so
soriously minded at all times as hor
husband is, tolls sonic laughable sto
ries relating to marriage ceremonies,
which he performed while they were
living in a newly settled district in
thc backwoods of Canada.
Tho minister always felt it to bo
Iiis duty to givo each young couple a
little serious advice beforo ho per
formed tho marriage ceremony, and
for this purposo he usually took
them aside, one at a time, and talked
very soberly to each of them regard
ing tho great importance of tho stop
they were to take and thc now re
sponsibilities they were to assume.
One day ho talked in Iiis most
earnest manner for several minutes
to a young woman who had como to
"And now," he said, in closing, "I
hope you fully realize tho extreme
importance of thc step you arc tak
ing, and that you arc prepared for
"Prepared ?" she said innocently ;
"well, if 1 ain't prepared, I don't
know who is. I've got four com
mon quilts and two nice ones, and
four brand-new feather bods, 10
sheets and Iii pairs of pillow slips,
four li* on tablo cloths, a dozen
spoons .?nd a good six quart kettle.
If I ain't prepared, no girl in this coun
try ever was !"
For Inlauts and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Cows Frosh Twico a Yoar.
This seems liko a big yarn, but
you can provo tho truth of it
your own farm if you have a pea
patch. Our cows came in frosh last
year and in Foburary this year ;
when the pastures became dry and
tho grass tough, tho cows failed ; un
til September 1 they wore giving]
very little milk. About that timo,
both last year and this wo tethered
thom on tho pea patch, when tho
How of milk increased till they gave
as much as when with young calves.
Caution : Don't turn thc cow loose
on a pea held ; a neighbor did so
and in a few hours his cow had eaton
enough to kill hov. Now, friends, if
you don't believe in thu value of pens,
just try them.-W. K. Lambert, in
Itetttluvlif nod Xrn>utf/i<t cured l>y Dr.
MILICH'PA*N ."id,H. "Ono cent a dose."
Fourth ol July Toasts a Century Ago.
A feature of tho celebration of
thc Fourth of July a century ago
was the pronouncing of toasts in
honor of George Washington who
wan then living. This was tho toast
of 1709: "General, may his declin
ing years bo sweetened by domestic
tranquillity in tho peaceful shades of
Mount. Vernon." A fi. ,v months
later ho passed away, and on .Inly 4,
1800, this was tho toast, "Washing
ton, our great file leader; may wo
tallow him in slow time to thc per
manent cantonment and bc all found
near his headquarters at tho final roll
Tho petition for tho roloaso of
Mrs. Carson, sent to tho penitentiary
from Spartanburg county for mur
dering her husband, has boon refused
by Governor MoSweenoy. Mrs. Car
son has made frequent efforts to ob
tain a pardon, but all have failed,
and tho refusal of tho Governor now
settles tho case for thc present.
Dr. Miles'Nervo Planters 26c, nt nlldnaudsta.
mmm I URIA
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WOT NAR G OTIC.
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sbu'u J?njef > I
Apeucct Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stoinach.Dimrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and LOSS OF SlEEB
"Facsimile Signature of
Alu fifo ii th*. old
Jjliosi s--];^ , MS
For Infants and Children.
THC OINTAUn COMPANY. NJCjjj YOHK OffY.
A HEALTHY ?SE IS A HAPPY ONE.
fm . t TTlYERYwomnn is under obligations
,i ..hil ill1!,, iii iiiiA Vt to herself and, the man BIIO mav
Mlllll lil 111 I Iii ? X\OH?O boin tho most healthy eon
ill 1 ll I R iM dition poBsiblo. She should bo freo of
Ihl fflflK^^^flUKltt^lfflni a11 f?calo disensos and menstrual ir*
I ' lv^-t-Vl R'?<?^^v^^ 11 l??l regularities, becauBO tho condition of
I I fff^^'"'iE/7 illili *no w-f,? '?alces or mars tho homo.
^WHT I I n"Wu\n Don't delay because you dread to con
i Yjpy \ y \NSJL/Jr ffiiii su^ 11 doctor, for a consultation is un
-v^A^jTV l^j^g^^^fcs-^J necessary. Got n fow bottles of
-?&TvT*^^^^ ?fl If fi-< W9. \ Fcmnlo
?T??M 'Ili^SsO I Panacea.
J?^KJrw^* 1V \ a,u* treat yourself In tho prlvaoy of
*^Tik^wJ^i'>'"', tl \ \ your home. It will euro you.
fl^?U9'"' I \s Jf roar caso is in any way compli
(??e^i"\\v> V Y> Xl catod write to TUB LAWIKS'HEALTH
'^O* J^rc^r^y CLUB, (caro L. Gerstle & Go.) Cbatta
<^^\^^L?rt?^^^i'^J nooga, Tenn., and recoivo valuablo
f^i^SSi^2r^^^^C^^ instructions on all fomalo irregularl
tf?8ift'00 of ohnrgo.
MY WIFB HAS SUFFERED FBOM WOMB THOU OLES
For moro limn eleven yenrs. and lins tried everything she could ?ct. as welj ns
sovornl (loot ora. but not .bina did her un y ?nod. bust spring 1 conimonced KI vins
her G. F. P. which gave Immediate relief nod lienHit ed her greatly nt her
monthly periods. NV. Ii. TUttNlCK, Kt. Stephens. Aln.
L. GERSTLE A, CO., PROPR6,, CHATTANOOGA, TENN,
For salo by JA M KS II. DARU V, Walhalla, S. C.
Columbia ia about to reviso ber
cotton mill statistics. When tho
Columbia duck mill shall have been
enlarged and the Olympia, now in
preparation, completed and in opera
tion, tho statistics of Columbia's
mills will stand about as follows :
Mills, f> ; capital invested, $5,000,
000 ; looms, 0,000 ; spindles, 260,
000 ; operatives, 4,600 ; horse power
required, 0,000 ; wages and salarie?,
$700,000 annually ; yearly cotton
consumption, 70,000 bales; lloor
space occupied, nearly twenty-eight
Boara tho Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
Constable Crawford's commission
has been finally revoked by Gover
nor MoSweeney. Ile was suspended
from tho force after tho killing of
Mrs. Stuart, and has not been On
thc pay roi! since. After his acquit
tal he said thal he would apply for
reinstatement, but bis name was
dropped along with tho other batch
of twenty-four who have been dis
charged from the forco.
If you desiro attractive
Job Printing of any descrip
tion send it to the
Courier Job Oilico.
Briefs and Arguments
: : : : a Specialty,
Wiuthrou College Sclolanliip
rrillK examinations for tho award of
JL vacant scholarships in Winthrop
Collcgo and for tho admission of new
student*) will behold at tho County Court
IIouso on Friday, July 21st, at fl A. M.
Applicants must not bo less than
llfteen years of ago.
When scholarships aro vacated after
July '21st they will he awarded to thoso
making tho highest average at this ex
The cost of attendance, including
board, furnished room, beat, light and
washing is only $8.f>0 por month.
For further information and a Cata
PllBSIDBNT 1). II. JOHNSON,
Hock Hill, 8. C.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
Tho stato of South Carolina-Ooonoo
County-Ofllco of Supervisors of Regis
tration, Ocoueo County, Walhalla, S.
C., March 2gd, 1800.
I^TOTICli is hereby given that in ac
J.1 cordanoo with an Act of the Qonornl
Assembly, and in conformity with tho
requirements of tho Stato Constitution,
tho hooks for tho registration of all
legally qualified voters, and for tho issu
ing of transfers, etc., will bo opon at the
oflico of Supervisors of Registration at
tho "court houso, between tho hours of 1)
o'clock a. m., and :1 o'olock p. m., on the
first Monday of naoh month, until thirty
days before tho next general olection.
Minors who sh.ill become of ago during
tbnt pei hui of thirty days shall ho onti
tied to registration beforo tho books aro
closed, if othorwlso qualified. Tho re
quirements for a quallllod voter aro that
tho applicant for registration shall bo
aldo to road and write correctly, or pos
sosB in his own name property to tho
amount of three hundred dollars, upon
Willoh ho pays taxes.
II. S. VANDIVKUK,
W. T. (Jui'uiis,
W. N. Buuoid,
Supervisors of Registration Ooonoo Co,
lu A. "W U AJRDS.
A T T O lt N Ii Y - A T -LAW,
WALHALLA, S. C.,
Will givo prompt attention to all busi
icss committed to bi? caro.
Juno 30, 1808. 20-ly
IVM. J. STKIIII.INO. y <\ E. L. HKUNDON.
WALHALLA, S. C.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVKN TO ALL BUIS*
N KS M ENTRUSTKD TO TH KM.
January 0, 1808. _
H.T. JAYNKH. I J. W. 81IK?.OH.
JAYNES & SHELOBJ
WALHALLA, fl. O.
I)ROMPT attention given to all busi
. noHH committed to tboir onro.
Jan- \ry 12, 1805.
fe TEXAS, MEXICO, CALI
FORNIA, ST. LOUIS, CHI
CAGO, or any point, with
FREE M APS, write to
Fred. D. Bush, ?
District Passenger Agent,
Louisville & Nashville R. R.,
No. 1 Drown bldg, Atlanta, Ga.
H. 0. BW?HT
Staple & Fancy Groceries
FRUITS AT ALL SEASONS.
Cash or bartor for Poultry and Eggs.
I Ink o ry furnishes Frosh Broad and Cnkos.
I ,i i aches sorvod at all hours.
T. J. ANSEL",
Furniture ol' nil Kinds,
Collins mid Caskets.
?CU . Prices to suit tho timos.
'PlI M llAItlilOlt.
POR FOURTEEN YEARS WAL
IIALLA'S TONSORIAL ARTIST.
Prompt and satisfactory work at his
Palmetto Livery and Sale Stables,
SENECA, S. C.
L D. FlNOANNO.V, PnOPIIIKTOR,
Fiuicy teams and vehicles at all times,
lay or night. Prices rensonnhlo.
GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS
Kxohango ?old, Collections promptly
mu?a. J. W. STRIBLING,
0RNKHAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Doposdts reoolvod, Exohango sold, Col
octlons promptly mndo.
Oondenned ?ohedute of Fu^engor Train?.
lu Kffeot June J Ith, 1800.
Lv. Atlanta, O. T.
" Atlanta, M.T.
" (-.'nliii- .ville.
Ar. Mt, Airy.
" Groonvtllo ...
" BlacksburK ..
" Kiuu'a Mt....
Lv. Clmrlotto ....
7 tw ?
8 60 ?
lu (Ci a
10 3J a
1U 58 a
11 26 a
12 111 in
IS 62 i>
I 40 p
?3 81 p
8 8T p
4 20 p,
4 88 ul
6 IX' pi
6 26 P
0 80 p
II ?Vi p
Ar. Danville-.ll 25 p
Xr.TitlchmV?c.4 ... j 0 00 ti
" Bait ni'o PUB,
" Now York ...
12 00 nt
1 00 ?
2 23 p
a 42 p
8 00 p
8 80 j
4 16 p
6 23 p
0 18 p
0 40 p
7 t? p
8 18 p
10 47 p
ll 45 p
8 20 a
0 28 p
7 48 p
8 40 p
0 05 p
11 60 p
12 60 a
1 UO a
0 48 a
8 00 a
10 15 a
12 48 m
2 25 n
2 60 a
1 25 p
"rt 2o >
ll 25 p
2 50 a
0 28 a
Lv. N. Y..P. lt. lt.
Lv. Richmond ...
Lv. Norfolk .
I M (..Ml
8 60 a
0 22 a
II 15 a
0 03 p
Lv. Greensboro. 7 21 p -7 05 a 7 "7 a.
Ar. Charlot to_ 10 00 j? 0% n 12 05m _.
Lv. Gaatonla.io 40 p io 07 a 112 p.
" King's Mt. 188 p.
" Blnoksburg .. ll 81 p 10 45 a 2 0(1 p.
" Gaffneys. ll 40 p 10 68 a 2 24 p.
" .Bpartanburg. 19 2? a ll 81 a 8 16 p.
" Greenville.... 125 a 12 80 p 4 80 pS7Tfr
" Central. 5112 p K_
" Seimon. 2 28 a 1 83 p 5 45 p *
" Woatnihiatcr. n m p Him
" Toccoa. 8 17 a 2 18 o 0 30 p OOTn
" Mt. Airy. 7 12 p 030 a
" Coruolln. 8 00 p 7 10 p 0 35 a
" LUI?. 4 03 a 8 lg u 7 88 p 0 67 a
" (hilno.svillo... 4 30 a 3 87 p 8 28 p 7 2J a
" Buford . . I 60 a. 8 40 p 7 48 a
" No re rosa. 5 2:? a. 0 15 p 8 27 a
Ar. Atilinta, IC. T. il 10 a 4 55 p'lOOOp 080 a
Ar. Atlanta, C. T. 5 10 a 3 55 pl 0 00 p 8!? a
"A" a. m. "P" p. m. "M" noon. "?" night.
Chesapeake Lino steamer* in dally servico
between Norfolk und Haltinioro.
Nos. 3r and88- Dally. Washington and South
western Vest?bulo Limited. Through Pullman
i 11 i? 1 .mi; ears between Now York and Now Or
leans, via Washington, Atlanta and Montgom
cry, and a)HO hotwoon Now York and Memphis,
vinWiishlngtnn, Atlanta and Birmingham. Also
elegant PULLMAN Ll BU ARV. OBSERVA
TION OAKS botwcoii Atlanta and Now York.
Piratohiss thoroughfare couches hotwoon Wash
ington and Atlanta. Dilling dira servo all moala
en route Pullman dr? wing-room skoplngeni "
hot ween Greensboro and Norfolk. Clono con
motion ut Norfolk for OLD POI NT COM KOUT.
Nos. 85 and BO-United Hiato? Kost Mall
runs solid botwoen Washington and Now Or
leans, via Konthern Hallway, A. & W. P. It. H.
and Ii. & N. H. H., being composod of baggage
car and eoaohos, through without chango for
passengers of all classes. Pullman drawing
room uooplng cara hotwoon Now York and
Now Orleans, via Atlantn and Montgomery and
hotwoon Charlotte and Birmingham. Also
Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Blooping Cara
hotwoon Atlanta and Asheville, N. (!. Leaving
Washington ouch Tuesday and Friday, a
tourist sloenlng oar will run through hot woon
Washington and San Francisco without chungo.
Dining oars servo till meals onrouto.
Nos. 11,33, 81 and 12-Pullman alenplug oar?
botweou ltlohtnond and Charlot to, vi i Danville,
Houihhnuud Nos. ll and 33. northbound Non.
84 and 13
FRANK 8. GANNON, J. M. GULP,
Third V P. & Hon. Mgr., Traillo. Mlg'r.
Washington, D. C. Washington, D. O.
W. A. TU UK, 8. H. HARDWICK,
Gon'l Puss. Ag't., Ass'tCon'l Pass. A.c't.,
Washington, 1). G._ Atlanta, Gn.
No. t t
4 30 p
0 55 p
0 20 p
10 45 ]>
fi 00 p;
8 85 p
6 15 a
Condciipod foliodulo In Hft'oot
Juno 11th, 1?08._
BTATIom |?? I ygfr
LTI Chat leaton ..'.I.. ... .......'* 7 00 ii ni
" Summerville. 7 41 ll III
" Brauohvllln. 8 65 a in
" Prnngolmrg. 0 23 a in
" kl"KV'"" ? ?j . UJ-L' . M..? 10 '6 ? .??
Lv, coh?i?bia.7.. .126.96.36.199..T. ii or> a in
" ProflpMi lty. 12 10 nra
" Newberry. 12 25 p ni
" Ninety-Six. 1 20 p in
" Greenwood. 7 40 a m 1 65 p m
Ar. Hodgoa... .. 8 00 a in 2 15 p in
Ar. AhTwvTlTo... . t... TT.'. 8 to a m 2 45 p ni
Ar. Bolton... .... ? '..8 .55 a ni 8 10 p ni
?r. Audoraon . ?0 30 a ni ll 35 p in
Ar. Groonvllhi.. JO 10 a m 415 n ni
Ar. Atlanta.. " 8 68 p m 0 00 p m
' awAwirSxra Kx. Sun. " Dally
Bl At IONS. N() ,8 No
Lv. Gronnvfllo. 6 30 j? in 10 15 a in
" Ph line.ni . 0 00 p in 10 40 a in
" Wllllainaton. (122 p in 10 65 a in
i.v. Anderson. 4 15 p in 10 45 a in
?.v. Belton. ? 45 p in ll 15 a in
Ar. noiuialda.,.. 7 15 p m ll 40 a ni
Lv.Abbovlilu. .......... 0 10 p ni 1120 it ni
Lv. Hod gos...., .7....... 7 86 p in ll 66 a 111
Ar. Greenwood. 8 OU p in 12 20 p in
" Nlnoty-MIx. 12 55 p li.
." Nowborry.. 2 09 p ni
" ProHpority. 2 11pm
" Columhln. JL!??_1L1U
liv. Ringville. .,. 4 :M J? Tn
" Orangihurg. R 20 pm
" Dranehvlllii. rt 17 p III
" Uuiiimorvillo. 7 82 p III
Ar. Obfcrleaton. 8 17 p ni
Tt?op 7OOolLv....OViirfoafon....Arl HKplioOa
000p ?4lu " ..Suminorvlllo... " 782|ilOI8a
7&0p HM? " . ...Hranohvllle.... " 802p 8 62a
824p 02Ha " . ...Oian?;e)mrg... " 6 20p 8 22a
020pl0l6a " .Khigvillo." 4 53p 7 30a
6 80ii lt 40n "....Columbia." B20p 030p
0 07a l220p ".Alston.Lv 2 80i> 860a
10 04a 12811 V .Santue." 1 28p 7 40p
10 20a 200p ".Union." 1 OTip 7 ?Op
I?8O111 22411 "_Jonesville .... " 12 25p 05llp
1061a 28Vp ".Paoolot." 12 14p 04?p
1125a 8 lop Ar.. Upai tanburg.. .Lv ll 45a rt I5p
11 40a 8 lop t.v.. Bpartanburg...Ar ll 28a OOOp
240p! TOOpU.r.... Aahovllle.Lvi 82U;i| 806p
"J '," p. ni, "A." a. m.
Pullman palace stooping ears on Trains Il5and
8rt,87aiul!l8,on A. und C. division. DlningcarH
oil thoso trains servo all meals onrouto.
Trains loavo Spartanhurg, A. ?b C. division,
northbound, 6:48 a m., 8:87 p.m., 0:13 p.m.,
(Voxtlhulo Limited:; soutlilKiund 12:20 a. m.,
8:15 p. m., 11:IH a. m., (Vest?bulo Limited.)
Trains louve Greenville, A. and C. division,
northbound,?:50 a. m., 2:31 ii. m. and 5:22 p. m.,
(Vestibuled Limited):nouthl>ouiid, 1:25 a. m.,
4:80 p. m., 12:30 p. m. (Vostlhulod Limited).
Tralau 0 ali.. !0 carr) elegant Pullman
Bleeping oars hotwoon Columbia and Anhovillo
ourouto dally hotwoon Jaoknonvillo audCitlcin
Trains 13 and l l carry superb Pullman parlor
Mfa between Charleston and Aahovllle.
PRANK 8. GANNON, J M.CULV,
Third V P. &? Gen. Mgr., Traillo Mgr.,
Washington, 1). CL Washington, 1). (!
W. A. TU UK, B. li. HARDWICK,
Gon. 1'as.s. Ag't. As't Hon. i'ass. Ag't.
Washington, D.O. Atlanta, ?a.
Tho appointmonts for tho Walhalla
Circuit aro ss follows:
First Hunday, at Whitmirc's at 111>. m. ;
Jocassee at ll p. m.
Second Sunday, at Double Springs at
ll a. m.; Lam el Springs nt ll p. m.
Third .Sunday, at Goonoo at ll a. m.;
/ion at :i p. m.
Fourth Sunday, at Fairviow at ll a. m.;
at Nowi y at 7 p. m.
A. A. MKUIUTT, P. 0.
Tho followiiio aro tho appointmonts
of tho Westminster Circuit for tho year
First Sunday- Ifopowoll, ll n. m.;
Nazareth, 8.80 p, m.
Seco.ni Sunday-Wostminstor, ll n. m.;
itock Spriugfl, 8.80 p. m.
Third Sunday-Contor, ] 1 a. m.
Fourth Sunday-Hock Springs, ll n.
m.; Westminster, 8.80 p. tn.
lt. lt. PAONAI.I,, V. C.
Wost Union liaptist Ohuroh.
ProachinK ovory fourth Sunday at ll
o'clock by the pastor, Hov. P. J. Vormil
Sunday school nt 10 o'clock a. m.--C.
lb T). Burns, Superintondont.
Prftvor meeting overy Sunday nt eight
o'clock p. m.
Tko following aro tho appointrnonts of
tko St. John's F.vangoljcal Lutheran
?.'.millay School flt lin, ll)., Mi. J. J,
Divino Servions in Knglish on tho 2d
und <lth Sundays nt ll n. m., and on ench
Thuniday at-l.no p. m.
Li -i mah on tho (stand 8d Sundays nt
ll i?, m
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quickly ascertain, /roo, whether on invention la
probably patontablo. Communications e>t Hotly
confidential. Oluo.it nxoiioy fomccurlng putouts
in America. Wo tiavo n Washington oMco.
Patents tulcoo throunh Munn & Co. rcoelr?
?poul ul uotloo lu tho
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liooK ON I'ATKNTH soul fi oo. Address
MUNN & CO.,
SOI llrondwnv. Now York.
Pickens R. R. Oo.
SCHEDULE IN EVKECT JUNE 20TH, 1898.
On mid Rf ter .Tuno 2Gth tho following schodulo
will bo run over tho Pickenft Railroad for tho
purpoBo of biuiliug freight mid passengers, viz.
?o. S. ' Hally ExcGv.t Sunday. No. io.
Road Down. Mixed Train. Head UP.
4 ?0 a in.I.v rickoiiH Ar.7 59 a ni
500 am..._..Ar Easloy I.v.7 08 a m
No. 12. Dally Except Sunday, No. ll.
Head Down. Passenger Service Road Up.
1 00 p ni.I.v ricketts Ar.6 45 p m
1 40 ? IP .Ar Bonley Lv.5 OB p ni
Trains will stop to tuko onor let oir passengers
Rt tho following crossing*: Ferguson's, Par
sons's and IMauldln's.
Depot will ho open for tho receiving mid deliv
ery of freight from 8 a. m. ti IV! m.
Vi'o will make lt to your lt. crest to patronize
our hoino road hy giving good service and
Aimriivnih 1 ?IUI.HIS Bi HOGGS, President.
Appro voa i j x< TAYLOR, tien. Manager.
Blue Ridge R. R.
n. C. BEATTIE, RKOKIVKU.
TIME TABLE NO. ll.
SUPERSEDES TIMK TAH LE NO. tu.
Effective 7.00 A. M., Juno ll, 1800.
Ex. Sun. ?nly
No. No. 12. No. i 2
34 ?Walhalla....Lv.. S 10am 0 00am
:i2 *Wo?t Union. 8 :0 nm 0 00 am
j 24 *SenOoa. 8 53 am 0 !10 am
18 t Adam's Crossing. 0 17 nm 0 48 am
10 IChorry Crossing. 0 25 am 0 48 am
13 *Pondloton . 0 40 am 0 50 nm
10 t Auton.5) 52 am 10 Ol am
7 tDonvcr.10 Ol am 10 13 am
0 *Audorson... Ar.. 10 85 am 10 35 am
I No. No. ll.
?Anderson... .Lv.. 3 40 pm
. t Don ver...-. 4 00 pin
10 tAutnn.4 12 pm
113 'Pendleton. 4 24 pm
10 tChony Crossing. 4 30 pm
18 t Adi m's Crossing. 4 44 pm
I 24 *J So noon 5 10 pm
I ^i j ?oucca.f) in
32 *Wcst Union. 0 ll pm
1 ?Walhalla....Ar.. 0 10 pm
(*) Regular stop; (t) Flag station.
Will also Btop at tho following stations
I to t?ko on or lot off passenger;; : Phill
noy's, James and Sandy Springs.
No. 12 connects with Southern Hallway
j No. 0 at Anderson.
No. ll connects with Southern Railway
I No. ll at Seneca,
J. R. ANDERSON,
./Vtl?X?itio Coast I jine,
Wilmington, N. C., February .24, 1807.
Fast Iii no Between Charleston
and Columbia and Upper South
Carolina ami North Carolina.
lu ofiect Fobruarly 24th, 1807.
Loavo Charleston. 7 00 a m
Lanes. 8 20 "
Sumter. 0 86 "
Arrive Columhia.10 65 "
Newberry.12 io "
Clinton.12 50 "
Lau rons.,. 1 15 "
1 Groonvillo. 3 00 "
1 Spartanburg. 3 oo "
' Winnsboro. 0 15 pm
' Cbarlotto. 8 20 "
1 Hondorsonvillo.Ott! "
1 Ashovillo. 7 00 "
Loavo Ashovillo. 8 20 a m
' Hondorsonvillo. 0 15 "
1 Spartanburg.ll 45 "
1 Groonvillo.ll 50 "
' Laurens. 1 45 M
' Clinton. 2 10 "
? Nowborry. 2 57 "
' Prosperity. 3 18 "
' Columhia. 5 15 "
Arrive Sumter. 0 35 "
" Lanes. 7 48 "
? Charleston. 0 25 "
Nos. 52 and 68 Solid Trains botwoon
Charleston and Columbia. S. C..
H. M. EMERSON,
Gen'l Passenger Agont.
J. R. KEN LY,
T. M. EMERSON,
THE CHARLESTON LINE."
SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA
Timo Tablo in ElToot January 1st, 1800.
Lv Columbia. 0 45 am
Ar Hranchvillo. 8 62 am
Lv Hranchvillo. 0 05 am
Ar Charleston.1J 00 am
Lv Columbia. 3 55 pm
Ar Charleston. 8 17 J>m
Lv Charleston. 7 00 am
Ar Columbia.ll 00 am
Lv Charleston. 5 30 pm
Ar Hranchvillo. 7 35 pm
Lv Branohvillo. 7 60 pm
Ar Columbia.10 10 pm
(Kast Hound-Daily'oxcopt Sunday )
Lv Columbia. H 66 pm 0 JK' am
Ar Camdon. 0 38 pm ll 40 am
Lv Camdon. 8 45 am 8 00 pm
Ar Columbia.ll 00 am 5 80 pm
Lv Columbia. 0 45 nm 3 55 pm
Ar Branohvillo. 8 52 am ii 02 pm
Ar Augusta.U 61 am 10 45 j?m
Lv Augusta. 0 20 am 3 65 pm
Ar Hranchvillo. 8 52 am fl 02 jun
Lv Hranchvillo. 8 65 am 7 60 pm
Ar Columbia....... ll '00 am 10 10 pm
AUGUSTA AND WASHINGTON
Lv Augusta. 2 80 jun
Ar Aiken. 8 Ol) pm
Ar Denmark. 4 12 pm
Lv Denmark. fl 17 am
Ar A ikon. 7 10 am
Ar Augusta. 7 55 am
Trains leaving Charleston at 7.00 a. m.
and arriving at Columbia at 11.00 a. m.
run solid from Charleston to Ashovillo.
Through sloopor on train leaving
( :harle .ii.it ut 5.20 p. tn. ?OT Atlanta, con
Hooting nt Branchville with train lpaving
Columbia at 3.46 p. nb
Any farther information can bo ob
tained from R. I/. SEAY,
Union Tiokot Agent,
Union Donot, Columbia, S. ?).
J,. A. EMERSON, Traillo Mgr.,
Charleston^ S, 0,