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PIRK INS C. It., S. A..
J. E. 9OGS, lklitor nd.Proprietor. a
Natered at Plckens 1obille as Second Clams b
sUi 1SCR P'ION PRCE, $1.50 per Year invarta- a
bly In advance: for Ai mjntfht, 75 cents.
Xdvertisenents insertett at one dollar per quary
of oneinch or lv%* for the ays% isertion and U
fifty cents for each subseinent insertion. A 1
liberal discount inimte to merchants tind others
advertising for six months or a year.
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TIVEIaY NOT TAK-N.EM
Obituary notices exceeding five linex, trtbute"
of rect, commnications of a personal
afaa,when adnimisable, will bo- oharged
fbr as advertisenents.
]DIOORATIC NATIONAL TICKET.
Of Now York.
ADLAI E. WRTEVENSbi,
B. II. TILLIMAN,
E. If. GAtY,
For Secretary of State,
J. 1. TINDAl,
For State T.easurer,
W. U. T. B.\T.S,
Por Attorney General,
1). A. TO WNSEN 1),
F6r Comptroller General,
For Superintenlent of llucation.
W. 1). W AY Il'l 1-11.1,
For Adjutimt atd Inspeetor General,
Ii. L.. FAItLEY,
For Congressman, lUl District,
A. u. LA.TIM E,
For Sollitor, Mth Circuit,
M. 14. A NSIEL,
C. ii. CA It l'-N T It,
LA .\N MAU.1'.1IN.
i'or (lerk of Court,
J. 'M. L':W.tit'T.
J. 11. G. M iIJA N IW..
W. S. I'A iSONS.
For School vommi-sionor,
WV. W1. F. BItGHlT.
W. Ii. BR4YANT,
.7. '1. YOUNG ilOOl.
For County CominmissIoners,
J. W. l.A WRENCH,
F. '. iPi:it Y,
0. P1. FE.L D.
TIHUSDA Y, NOV. 3, 1892.
Dr. J. Wn. Stokes in a published card
declines to be a candidate for raliroad
W. T. Crews, formerly of the Urenvillc
Evening Democrat and recently of the Pee
In-lcx, 4 now connected with the Cotton
The North and Northwest is glutted
with grain. The barns, elevators and rail
road earrs are inll to overflowing andI the
railroads are blotcked.
The Weaver men arc for the Gloverni
.memt owning the railroads and telegraph
lines. It would bankrupt the 'zovermntui
to buy them at half pi
Capt. C. .T - dent of
the ('' ia, was
.ay, for the
.Stuch is li fe.
oniserva:iv'es and many otht
~rats, have stifecred a rongs that
.,ald stir a fever in the blood of age and
make the infgtut' sinews strong as steel.
By an .autnce called the democratic party,
they cmushod their oppressors. They are
not ready yet to break away. You will not
get their votes.
Here are the men to Tote for for electors:
8tate at Large-Ernest Gary, of Edgenleld,
ad J. W. Stokes, of Orangeburg. Fiest
district, C. C. rcy, Colleton; second dis
trict, T. S. Williams, ColJeton;. third dis
trict, I. II. McCallau, Abbeville; fourth dis
Prict, Lewis P. Walker, Spautanburg; fifth
dIstrict, J. T1. Brice,. York; sixth district,
L.. WI. Netties, Claireondn; seventh district,
Josep)h 8. art, Berkley.
Bomne voters are far miore timid about
expresing themselves now than they were
before the primary. It would be a grimn
joke on the newspapcrs in this county, if
Weaver shonld beat Cleveland, while all
three of the papers are doing all they can
for the latter. The Allince docs not nteed
a newspaper. We helieve it could have
gotten more votes for WVeaver without the4
aid of the Cotton Plant.
If the election next wecek is very close
the SENTINItL niay he delayed for 2-i or
48 huous so as to give its readers some
definite Information as to the resnit. If
we wait., It will be because we thinuk old
19rver has gotien there, andi we will wish
to publish just bow it was done. Even
thse Third party peo(ple wiln secretly rejoice
In hisa triumphu, though they have been
moere unmerciful in their abuIse than the
Cousin Walker Riussell says the conserv
atives are going to vote for hime for Conug
ress against, Latimer.. There will not be as
3DaDy conser-vati~ves who vote for Walker,
as there will be- Tilhinani men to vote for
Weaver. Senator W. T. O'Dell is going to
vote for Cleveland, and he is as g,ood an al- I
liance man as there is In the county. Lat
imer is going to vote for Crev'eland for two
reasons: Because he had rather see hulim
President and because lhe promised to vo,te s
for him. ______l_____
Below Is given an exact copy of the r
Third Party ticket and the Demoemnts of E
th~e State should ch anud all read it andt e
beware of it.
Jose h L. Keith,.
.J. Waddel Bowdent
William H1. Duncan,.
Phdllip 1. Rawl,
Rtobert B. Llgon
Wilamn W. Mc iwee,. S
*Tulius J7. -Lanta, C
Burkitt HI. Tylon
was anothep' ie- at' EowndeIs'ville
ynight by which Mr. E. R.Hor
nadmill outfit and about C
., 9t(on. The fire occurred C
t d iti not kn wn how b.
CIMANKMAN IRBY SPEKARL OUT..
COLUMIA, 8. C., October 29.-3tate i
hairnan and United States Fenstor Irby
rnved hcre to-day. Commenting oir
tale politics, he said that lest there might i
e any trodble in the State he called for
'ports- of. the political tatus in each
Dunty. Reports Have been received from
11 but three counties, aud his conclusion
ras that the third party here does not
mount to a row of pins, and that the
tate will ive Cleveland a majority of at
mst ir5,000 votes.
The chairman of Stimner county reported
hat that county will go for Harrison. The
nly Th?rd pnrty strengthi-le reportd from
ick'ens. Oconee and a- part of Anderson
ounty. lie really did not believe that
i,000 Third party votes would be cast In
he State. Colonel Irby declared that none
if the farnere who voted in the recent
)r1mary would vote for Weaver. These
men know that their oaths bound them as
nuch to sustain the national as the Otate
onilnees. Since '76 he had never known
he farmera to prove disloyal to the party.
*They were indignant," said he, "at the
lown people votimg against Tillman for
Hnskell in 1890. burely now they wouil
not commit, a greater political crime by
forswearing themselves and renigging. on
the deinocratic nominees."
Colonel Irby made a sly pass at manager
Bowden of the Third I'arty by saying that
Bowden had abstained from voting in the
recent primary because ho wished to vote
for Weaver und " now he surely would
not be so unfair as to ask those who did
participate in the primary to vote for the
Third party nolilees." The point of the
remark lies in the fact that Bowden did
ask for such votes in his recent itklress.
"The friends of Governor Tillnan,"
continued Senator Irby, " who stood by
him in the election can't afford to vote for
the Third Iarty candidates Pr this State
b)e(ause it wouald juitify the bolt against
the regular democracy in 1890 in favor of
Haskell. The men who sustained Haskell
Were under no oat1h to vote the democratic
Colonel lrIy stated that the attorney
gentral hail tcided that the tickets should
contai only the word "1Presidential Elec
tors," followed by the nales of the cand'r
dates. Tle (14mcratic tickets had been
printed Jhis way and lie plesuied that
11(wden hmll taken Advantage of this de
cision in p initing the Third party tickets.
(liianil lrh1y Ieiterates what we said
in the SysrimA. last week, Ianld we beg the
citiziens of this county to read it carefully.
The men who cussed the Ilaskellites for.
bolting two years ago, and now intend to
vote the Third purty ticket should read it
tWilt) NEiXTI I
It is almost an every day occurrence that
prominent reiublicans come Into the demno
cratic fold. The latest announcement is
that Daniel 11. Chamberlain, the notorious
republican Governor of this State, has re
niounced his allegiance to the g. o. p and
is now a democrat. Ile made a big ldemo
,ratic speech at Philadelphia last Friday
ight in which he reviewed and criticised
teverely the republican party, President
Jarrison, Post 31aster General Wannar
naker, J. S. Clarkson and Whitelaw Reid
His speech was principally u)on the four
intional issues, viz: the tariff, free coin
ige of silver, civil service reform and the
oree bill. Strange It is the changes time
wvill bring about.
A Gmenerial Countay .3udge 1Di11.
The TFilhinanite I leadcers who have aspi ra
3(ons are pushing the county jatdge meaCls
ire, first mienit ioned( in this paper about a
iweek ago for all that it is wvorth. Green.,
ville. as stated( at tihe timie, was the first'
mtmnty to tauke upt the scheme1), aunt initend.
d to send it to the Legishittere as a county
>ill. 'he phmn was the~n for t his measure
ti he crried through with 5(parate countye
>ills, Now the leaders have pu1ll them
1elves tog2ethier on the matter, and( Ccileton
iig pretty hot in favor of the scheme
here is plenty oif talk of a general bill for
-very coun1iy mi theC State be'ing introduced.
I'is, of course, means the creation of thir
,y-hlve new judges and the Tilinmanite law
rers very naturally look with great, fiavor
m such a bill. Evena here in Richiland
~ounty the matter is ahi eady being agitated
0 iomec extent, andt there are not a few
>f thIose whod consider themsqelves in the
;r('s oif the powers that be, who arc in
ravor- of thle semne.]
llow this will effect the present trial jus
ties if the law is piased ini not yet
The Journal's Democracy.
In this issue is pubhlished the add(ress of
the P<(iple's P'arty, whieb fully sets forth
he grievances and causes which haie hm
pelledl the signers to appeal to the voters
It is, of course, intensely interesting toi
he people of Piekeiis County, not only on
eccount of the subject matter, but also for
lie reason that six of its most p)roinent
mad influential cit izens are the Arst subisci
>re. Thr hans been expressions of suir
>rlsc and Sharp) ci iticismi of the course
shich these genitlemieni have takeni ; but
leir past recordls in both1 wvar aiid peace
inve' proven thi-r pa! riot ismi, and none
'anl inow doubt the purity of their mo.
ives. lindet d t here is st use disguising
he fact that the symipathies of ai large
iortion oif ouri citizens are enl ist( d In the
-atwe, and1( it is worse than folly to ignore
liat fact, andl alttempit to whip Intelligent,
ruei aii'd pat Iiutic meni back into pairty
ines. While we have ahvays apj.reciated
heir their posit ion, and1( have never once
(lihited ihe honesty of their intespreta
ion of tie i r obl Iig'a(ion in plat i atioin,
'.t wve thlink that the (it izens of SouthI
'arolinai 'vIho part icipa4ted', in any wiay, in
lie May ..onvei.tion, are boundl to support
'levelai'd and Stevenson in the generial
--------------- s -
Big MNweet Potatoes.
S. '. Wadle, near (CoN's bridge, in Pick
ns coun y, brought to the city yesterdlay
w.big 'oat iocs taken from one hillt on kis
lice. Oine of thiemi weighe~d seven and ar
.1Jf tiotnds and( the other three iiii- a
part er pounlds, ma kiing a total of teii and(
birec uaiter liotuds from onie hillI.
Capt. L. 1.J (eninjigs has a p)otatol that
vas groiwn on his place necar lHirer View:
The Syiiod of South Carolina con vend in ~
le Priesbyter-ian church in the town of Ab
evi lie onl 'Tues?day, the 18th inat. lIn the
bsence of the last mloder-itor, tIce opening r
ermoii was lpreachied by3 1 ir. 0. RI. 3riack
tt, of Charleston; after wiv ich the Synod
ras coiistitutedl, when about oine hundred
elegates resp)ond(ed to the roll call. Thi9
umbnler wast greatly Increased the next day
y the arrival of miembers wfio failed to a
~sch the place on the first daiy. The R1ev.
amiuel Smith, D. D., of Co%l umbia, was C
hosena moderator, who madle a miost exceY
mt pr-esiding offcer. The sessions of the
yniod were delightfully harmonious, and
esults were reached which will doubtless I
ontribute to the adlvancemienit of the cause
f Christ. The Synd adjornedian F~rI
*; mornig, the 21st inst., to nmeet' In. the-.
nam of Clinton, Laurens copinty, on the
1st day of October, 1803. All returned to
heir homes wvithi many plensant recollectios
f the good peop le of'Abbeville, whose hos
Itality will be long rememabered' ily thc'ee
rho attendtd the Synod.-1H. in Easley
The time for holding-the South Carolina
onference of the Methodist church in e
barleston hias been changed from Decem
ir 14th to November 28d. Bisahop E. R.
asutr will niresmd
The Wanderlsog Boy,
n tbAt fair mansion on the hill,
A happly family used to dwell;
rh* children sported b' the hill
Where they would tu es of Elfland'tk*ll
rhetir parents were w4th aga bent low,
Two souls prepared foe heavenward lght,
Jut o'er the scene (thill winds did.blow.
An4-marred the fan-the joyful night.
D&nord arore'tmid that few
A brother, restless left bi 6oe;
into his boyhood's guide untrue,
'Neath foreign skies he learned to roam.
,round that spot was east a gloom,
The aged parents grieved then sore
And all those scourge swept hills of hoom,
The car of pleasure passed no more.
Par, far from home the wayward boy
Long sought. for.)oy.s gay Fiddy whirl.
But in his cup was minxed al oy,
lie learned the cruel, heartless world,
And often when he sat alone,
ilia thoughts would wander down the post,
When visions of his early home,
Before his captured eyes were east.
At last, when sikness swayed him form,
And none were there to love and stay,
He could not bear the strangers scorn,
And homeward plod his weaJy way,
Alas! he did not know what pain
Would soon atiend his anguished gaze,
What thoughts would tear his troubled brain,
What gloom would darken all his days.
IIms sainted parents were no more,
For heaven long since had claimed its own;
No children played upon the shore,
Or talked of love in merry tone,
No light burned in that house of woe,
Whari panltoms rained In ghastly plight,
Andi naught those tear-ditumed balls could
Except the grave's sepulebral night.
The youth looked on with streaming eye,
Wlio coull hIs troublsome thoughts divine!
11ow glad would he have come to die
Aid all the joys of earth resign!
Thei shuddening, as the sky o'er spread
With clouil which chilly storm-winds hurled,
lie ttrted bim fron his house with dreal
And faced the cold relentless world.
Ceitral, S. C., Oct; Jon ALLEN 3ETTE,
Governor Sheppard's Opinion.
Ex-Governor John C. 8heppard spent
yesterday in the city on private profersion.
al business. When asked for his opinion
of this national political outlook, lie said
that while it was hardly posiblo to make
sanfe predictions so far away front the main
battleground, lie thought that the Demo
cratic chances were never better than they
nc-.w iwe,. and that Cleveland would be
11ad Ills Coffn Ready.
Nathan W. Gregory. trial justice, died at
his homie near Sialuda Old Town oil Thurs
diay night, the 20th instant. He had been
in bad health for sonic tite. He wav-4
about sixty years old. lie leaves a wife,
but no children.
Mr. Gregory had conic to the conclusion
sote time before that his death would oc
cur about the time it, did occur. Oi batur
(lay, the 15th, lie sent to Newberry for i
coflin to be buried in. The persons lie sent
by decide<d after reaching Newherry not to
get it thut d:ay. On the following Wednes
day, the 19th, lie sent again, aud this time
the cofilin was carried to him. When It
reached his home Weene8tily night lie got
into it. to see if it suitei him, and after
trying It declared it was "all right, except
the pillow was not quite high enough."
The Iiext 1ight he (ied. lli body was
p ced in this collin and carried over to
E'<dgefield county and buried.-Newberry
News and lIerall.
What a Pee-We Says.
We can plainly see that Cleveland's
-hances for election are brightening every
lay, though we ire still earnestly praying
'or the election of Weaver and would if
ove could, with due regard for white su
?reniacy, "vote as we pray.''-Simter
For Permanent and Tranqient hioard at
Reasonab,le Rautes A ply) to
KIrs. J. L. 0. THIOMPSON,
At JaIl luillig,
etOrtf PICK E.NS C. H,, S. U.tJ
Everybody talks more or less,
enerally more, butt talk is
heap and donf't amount to
-nuch without some get up and
~et to help- it along in hard
places and hard times.
Now I wvant to say a little
talk right here that I think wvill
be to everybody's interest, to
Miorris' in particular. That is
to say I have a very good stock
r>f general merchandise that I
aim selling at reasonable prices.
N4ot the biggest stock, not the
cheapest stock, not the largest
stock, no, no, but just common
everyd1ay goods and prices.
[will be glad to see my friends
it any time. If youl want to
jell produce of any kind, come
mtld see me. If you want to
bLry anything in the merchjan
:lise line I will do my best to
>)lease you. Come in and let
uls talk awhile.
A. M. MORRIS.
~. S. A fine cow for sale.
NO LOT IERY
$14400 IN GOLD CGIN
L'o be (NIIive A way A bsoiutely.
A hlyonet for onzly U.22T inn secure both the
'hi'kens STe.rtox. ad thle Loisville, K .
Veeikly Co,urier-.louzrna,l for one y.ear with t no
p lortnn?r of eiminhc ostimates for the Cou-'
ler-.,,ral' s unpreceden,atedi off'ers of one prize
f fli),m5t in (Goldi toin antd 41 priz;e, of *Om1
n'h in Goildl Colin. Sampajle copy of thei \Veckly
'autrier-.houranal enni h.e seen at hIds otice. Or,
lii nioplint hs to thei 'ouir.lour ,nal . ampany,
ouisviilIe, hy. , a i*op~y will be furishea d to anyl
ddlre'ss free of charge.
L'E ATLANTIC CCAST LINE 2
P'ASSENGREit UEPiA RTMEiNT.
Wilmingtoni, N. C., .luly 31st, 1892.
nid Upper S'out.h Carolinta tand Westerni Nort.h
arolina. ('ondensed Schedutle:
NooS TA TIONS. *No.3
L50am. ,..Lv'Chm,leston ( C. A r.1.3pm
...43...m..............sumer.... .......... L.15p
3.22pmti............Pros perity...... .....43p
I.30pm .............linaton. ......3. m
h.23pm......,.lA bevile '....,.... l.4Zpmn
1.4t9pm...... ., A thens..........ll.ami
I.lOpm......,...., WlnnNboro. .... 4.2iprn
l.60pm ..,....... ...reenvilo - .---.---2.l0pm.
t2Spm...... lHandersonvlillo, N. C.,.,. - - .I49n'n
Siipm.......... A sheville, N. C .. .....50amu
*baly. NR, 2 nd 58, solid trainglbetwcen
harleston and (Columnbla, 8. U.
THE FROSTY MORNINGS LAST WEEIK
DROUGilT OUT TIlE PEOPLE LOOK
J. H. MORGAN & BRO.
Have had their share of the trade. Our stock is
attractive and the prices are charming.
55 Stockinet Jackets for F2.98 each. We sold
the same Jackets last year for $3.50.
1 Lot Chinchilla Jackets, fur trimmed, collas
and front for $4-98 each.
Short Jackets, Long Jackets, Long Coats,
Misses' Jackets and M ilitary Capes all will be
found in this stoek. Come and see them, it will
One piece double-Aeed, figuredl Window Plush
which got wet in transit anid is slightly spotted.
We bought it to sell at 25 calt., but owing to its
condition have made the pri,e 20 cents.
Blankets and Comfortx 1
10-4 White lllaikets at-85 eents a pair.
Ileavy, coarse lirown Illmikets at -125 cents
10-4 Gray ilainkets for $1.00 a pair.
10-4 White llankets at $2.00 a pair. These are
pluts for you.
See our Show Winlow and then coie inside
Rcid inspect Ibis Ithaiket Stock. We will selI
ou sure if you want to buy a pair of llankets.
l'hey aire chenp becatu!,e we are tielling thenm
10-4 White Quiltsl at 75 cents.
I 4 and d2 -4 White Quilts at $1.00, $1.25. fl.50,
end $1 .P. These arc second4is, bonght direct
fromt the Factory as such, aid consequently are
a baigain for the purchaser.
Our New York Itesident Ituver sent us a spe
vial hargain in a ioys' and Misses' illitck Ribbed
Uoe price three pairs for 50 cents. Ask to seo
Something spretal in the Shoo Dpartmuent.
Tiny a pair of Shoes and ask then for It.
WVe are Foster Paul O's. authorized agents
to sell their eeleratted Kid( Glove:;. They pell no
one else in this town. If you wint their Gloves
ask for the "William" or "'owler" Brands.
These brands are their own make.
iie litle yard-wIle Shecting for5 cent a yard..
Alnother lot of that 5 cents Sea Ilad ju-st re
ceived. It is hard to get enough of it to supply
J. H. MORGAN & BRO.
A. MAN **""; .P."""* $450 lii" L 1EDON,
HIS NFE IHBOR (A- """"" LLit,. C.t
(elas gtn tedr wThhutrsa and Fiday, ande
1~LI~ toleeancd' nwI bhutpdn. _orthe _avng'
i-ank and l'olton Hook Store.
Ji. W. NOItWOOD), D. D). 8.
~N4so & danlIn 'W. M. NORWOOD, D. D). 8., Asshctant.
~GIE ENV I,LE, . C.
R.J .CAR LIL.E,
Office ove'r Westmoreland Bros. & Danko's Drug F~
ljan80tf GRlE ILLR, 8. ,
ON LY R.FA1 MTf
FOR TIlE SAM E PIANO. Is now permanently loeated at Nasfey, and re.
Neither one wasiu worth a nickel over specifully olYr.r nts profession.al servlces to the
1300. IN8UlIE YOUlHSELJF against pulIC' generally. Sjansotf.
paying exheorbitantt prices bev hulvilgdirect I C. VIrzolW.A LD,a
rmJ. C. GAltItETT"I, Gates,'S. U.,t
Or J. L. H AYNI.E& l)AUGIlTENtS, PHIOTOGEAPMBR,
Greenville, 8. U., GREE.NVILLD, 3. 0.
Who have but Onle price andh that the Ove~ Westnorolandi lros'. Dreg Store. Anl
lowert knownt. Yout can't pay thenm more w75k donoe by the instantaneous proces. Also
lthan instruhenent,; arecactuall wort.lhe 'tSnko enlargemoents from old1 pictures to any
ire not butilt that way. Write for lattest plaIn photographs.r,rao.Ilankoiad
special offers. .
R. ItoBT. KIRK8EY,
IJ H as permanenently located. In.-Plckenr and offers
m,J ii K W tc his, profe sslorial servicds 1-o tile citizons of the
The ai oa as ot et clneto ekns utlon -ne anI e,,ty. ils diplomcae arc fronm lthe
PieckenNe is ie speak iing distang~e of therirodla, e fce .Je and f nreeon ce, of91 Was iner S
If yoeu are In Easley or P'ickencs and wilh to llct,~ n NfroningohnidChkins Il891.l Wa ine -
al1k to anyone in thce othcer towne. just step toI uonth. inNrigadCid 4Isia,g8lti.
hce "phone'' anti enll the one you wanti. r.r.4agn -
Tlelegrames promaptly transmeittedl aced cocrreet- I|
leces guarancteedi. Al1 mnessaeges for P'ickenes andN
deeity proemptly deevereed. ...........................e.....*
l'I UK IN5 'I T E I PIO N E CO. I r HRERIPANS.TAsBULxA rzlate the stomchi
Towni ord snanuc. * arneclr orishl',aca" Dthente a"
lIe It ordained by lthe Intendent and War-' Irh a ~ nel,Tou ,i
lens of the Trown o,f Pickensl iln Conne e OlorlerdSoac,Dlnl u D5eoy
tasembhled acnd icyauthcority tof tIle sano-l, * J> n HulcoFmeCoe
That a 'Tax of 'ren Dollars it year, begin. aun<noo usdao n Uvs rib., N
ling on the first day oIf Novembier, next, I etie Ita , ticulla,ee II
ste and is hereby ft'l lIp on atlIlpartics re. : th)nln iclulser IC.
ailinig Beef, Pork, Mutton, or any (othIer ehonnSl oIwaeum " Sel
Fresht mnedi,, Fish anud I ysters excepted, I hnin l-essac,na. 1
vithmj the town of Pickens. And tat 8tAneh-rirod Fee~ Drid
ty party paying suche LicenIse do executec andeo "'th e* *ypom
good and1( suil1leient bond1( with two sulreties or rdwm htrell nrom
ni thle penial sumfl of One IJiudred i)ollars, are"ncofteer funar shyha tomc,apsad
.onditjonedl for the faithful performneC of * finti'lA Tn prsonw given to ovcreatingawben. N
1is (contracts to sell meals inc thle sa;u i Twn COlle;,e.oo th tlasTscli. cgu
>f Pickens at least OneC day ini every weck an~ "~ aeb icoi to ty mt dl. 3
tlu ing each year. ca: I-IrIoone 0. Ren . nslo
J. E. Bo(los, lcntendente. 9Aerj T I as ~4
J. E. IJA(lOOi, em1. Clerk. - '.U 3z 1. New York.
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I nless yvsti are intem '.e5'l j5
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Buy Your Drug
MANSION HO US]
$Qk*Ordern by mal solicite
& Prize Turnips to be bi
lay, November 14th, 1892.
'l IC11MND a DANVIL L, B ,
P. W. H1uidokopev t Reubin Foster, Receivers.
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
Schedule in effect Aug. 28, 1892. ,
NoRvnouND. No. 38. No. 10. No. 12.
Eatiern Time. Daily. Daily. Ily. r
v. Atlanta (E. To). 100pm 8.50pm m I
Chamblee ................9.21ppu 8.40am ta
Norcrons .................9.31pn 8.11ci T
Duluth ...................9.41pm 9.04al A
Suwaneo.................9.11sm 9.15ai I,
" 1uford..................l1.05pu 9.281m W
Flowery Branch.........1016pm 9.4,a M
Gainesville........2.2pII 0.lpm o.wam
Lula...............2.40p i 1.02in lo.*#am c
Ilellton..................1 1.O51)11 10.30ai i
Cornelia................. 1.30pin 10.51am
Mt. Airy.................11311)m 10.5611i
" Toccoa ..................12.0011 11-19n d
Westminster .............1.4ain I I.Nam
Soneca ...................1.00in 12.15pm
Central ........... ........1.35nm ..,oliiu
" Ensley................ 1 1.501m
SGreenville.......... 2.vm 2.m
Wellford................. . loni s.ffin
3partanburg .......7pm 3.3tn 329pm
Clifton ...................3.46am 35.pm
Cowpens........... ......3S0a m 3.58pin
SGaffneys.................. .13in 42 el
"atlcks urg...............5.35ai 1r,pm
Grover.... .. ....4.46im 446pm
King's Mountain....... 5.00RI 5.021)m
" Gastonia .............5.35ai 52Apm
.Lowell.............. 5.0m 537m
r. Charlotte ..........8. 0pn 1)11.3011M 6.0lu
30t-THWARD. No. 37. No. 11. No. 9.
Daily. )aily. I)aily.
v. Charlotte ..........9.45m 1.50pm 2.05am
liellenoit...............2. 1pm 2. 40am it
Lowell ................. 2.9pm 2.52am
Gamtolla ..................4230pm 93.01am A
K ing's 31o11tain ..........."13pmn 3.aUmi
Grover......, . ... .. .. 0....pm 3.43itm
11tickambu9..... .... .......63.1pmn 3.53am
e. ... m . .33pm 410am
........ l............4.... .. 4.5pm 4.42am
. Clifton..... .... ......01pm 4.45am
Spartanburg. .. .43aM 4.38pm 5.00am
Is.W.......................... 4.38pm 5iam
SGreerm .. ........6.1.1om 5.12am
Greenville::: ....36.pm 6.24pm 6.10am
Effleyn ............ ........ 6.Mpm .15ain
Central.................... 6.52pm 7.10pm
Seneca ................... .17pm 7.58m
W.24pm 2.7m 8.17tm
Mt. Airy................... 8.40am 305pm
Cornielia............ ......H.43pnm 9.m
lielltou................... 3.46m 9.53pm V
Lula...............3.221s in .. 1 m0 3 .8 bp
Glainctivillo.........3.4.1ju -.!8lm 10pm28a1
Flowery Branch ........ .... .47am 10.48m
Buford ....................04P.4m 4.46pm
Suivane................... 1.15pm 11.0Mpm
D)uluth.................... 10.23mi 11.26m
Norcross................ 1043m 11.37pm
.Chamblee ........... 8.20pm n 0 .49am
Nor. 9 and 10 Pullman Bloepor btween A7 Nn
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CoDnlut.... ......n fec ct tl,1S
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0pm.....A to....... ..305Ipm W
.43m ... PosprI.... .....3pmn.3m
.Q0mn.......N w br.........3.33410m
.25mn.......itl- -i-. ......30pm.3m
.Itpm........iolgei2.p .4pm. .0mW
.S8pn.......ho es ...t..... .52.1Spm r
.OSp.......v ....o ....7...35pm 1n
.3Sm.....uo o... ......m.55m
.lp.....le.lt.... ..... .4pm .m T1
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l5pi.1v.nde.. .... 13pm -
S5pn.......Ar ....o ......105pm4a
rmpn.Aat ......5.5 ltnAr....0p.225pmn
Nosp.A 10Pllman Sioepor .Ibtwen QCan
Nos..... 37an f,Wa-higton.andS..t. ter
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n11m....b...rvat ca btw...n..Wa.5hIntn n
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.25 m.... .....Nnaer,y- s hi...... . .9 m
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