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THURSDAY, DED. 1, 1892.
XTCK TO THIK OLD SHIP.
Politics Laa overshadowed nearly every.
thing ese. Boys and girls and women
have caught the craze. Everybody wants
to know what everybody else thinks.
What is Cleveland going to do? What
about Governor Tillman? What about Men.
ator Irby? Which faction is going to get
the Federal patronage? Last but-what
does the SUrNTRsL think about the sit
Cleveland Ts a wise statesman. Ifis first
inquiry will he what is best for the whole
people. "Public office is at public :trust."
Next, what is best for the party so cm
phatically called to assume this publictrustye
But what will fie do when lie comes to the
Palmetto State? In this, as in all other
perplexing situations which have beset his
career, his practical, unrilralleled [common
sense will find a wise solution. His past
history makes us content to leave the sub
ject with him. It is neither good taste nor
good po-itics for either faction of the dem
ocratic party in this State to say to memi.
bers of the other faction: Now you stand
off, this is our party." There is something
in South Carolina of far greater moment
than; the present preferment of iay man or
faction- of greater moment than the fact of
who penned. this, that, or the other resolu
tdon, or who made this, that, or the other
speech. There are- Tillnanites and 18hep.
pardites who wish to ket p these lines
sharply drawn. Crimmtinationsand recrim.
mination. Patriotism that does not look be
yond Governiont pap.and seW promotion.
It should be proclaimed at sunsrise and
sunset from every house top in the land,
that white supremacy ftr our beloved State
is the supreme political, good Where ia
that salf-denying self-sacrificing patriotism
that will place the good of the whole State
above and beyond self-pronotion? The
country at ies out, for son- David to come
and smite Goliah. The Giant of ambition
has put the land in tei ror. There is noth
iug too sacred for his spear to pierce or
his sword- to slash. The government or
the-people one must change. The ins
and the outs are terrib!y at outs. If noth
itg but a revolution will restore universai
tympathy then a revolution Nill come..
The piolts of oilee- and' other, avocati.ms
a-e too much out of proportion. It has
turned out, so that everybody had rather
liold' office, than do'anything else. Onice,
oilce was provided for Governmeunt, but
no.w Government is provided for ofilce. The
dbsott'Ine that public ofile is a'p)ublic trust,
hias lhpsed into innocuous dlessuetutde.
Public office is a premiuim for party ser.
alee, and. must be diatributedl around. Thme
wotien in that-tle-government m .st support
the peopleC instead of the people support
ing the government. As a n-oio-u we have
pasted nauch time already in the b)oot-tug
end fenice act. The pirofit: of holdinig
olPce mutsi, he so redluced that we can drift
bacek to first principiles. The theory ant
principles of ourl Government have been
subverted by the high protective tariff. An
immense anmonnt of ridicule and sarcasm
has been fired at the O)cala flat mionety,.sb
turcasury,and government- ownehip of rail..
roads. As visionary as all these may' sem
to-some people, they are as reasonable, just
and fair as the Iligh Proteethl'c Tarif arnd
the present outrageous pension system..
This is history, the other is prophesy.
Nowv comes-the democratic-party lbetween
*' werk real reform and rest;ore e(luilib)riuin
'ibi is its mission. If it does not perforin
!R. it is a gigantic fraud and- as magnifloen t
finihre. We have beeni hanging
rm to It lby the-golden: rig'i of faith and
hope, till thre had bteomec so attenuatedl
Sfrietion that we fbarod they woul snap
and'let us fall from grace; but now as she
has stemed( the storm and ridles proudlly
on to power, let us fire the signal of re
form, and welcome on board the captain
and the mate and all who forsook the shiip1
and cling to broken spars, ando point themni
to the dream -of: Golmbus,.- th hwlopo oif
W%ahtington and/'tite fruit ion of Jefferson.
And darkness anw 'ght shall flee away.
Senator-W.. T1?. (D IDell i~s chairman oIf the
Senate committee on enrolled bills and r.
member of the uommittec on Federal Re
lations. Rupresentati've;. G II. Carpenter
is a member of the Ihouse Conmmittee on
Education, and also of the Commrittee en
the Pnitentlary. Representative, L.
Mauldin, is a member of the Ilouse Comn.
mittee on the )lllitary antd also oif t he
Committee on Offices and Omelcers. The
Pickens Delegation in the IHouse were for
tunate in the allotmeut of sate.. Green.
ville got Hlobson's choice.
Ernest Gary was lastA 8aturday elected
.Jadge of the Fifth CircuIt, by thie General
Assembly and W. A. Neal Suiperintentlbt
"f the Pen4entiary. Judgo Gary hass the
r eputation of bilnig a good lawyer and will
no doubt make an excellent Judge. Mr.
iesl's past experience as a-direetor emi
nontly s him for Superitendankt.
"And I dispute the truth of- some things
thiat he asserts in the above effuion''--W.
iM. Edwards in Cotton Plant.
Juta. That Is the reason so many
people otns on the wrong side. They are
disputing tib. truth.
Someq Montana dude will beseige tho oft
tice of the Attomney General In that>8tate
next year. The occupant elect is a young.
'woman, and usis sarid to be rmal hand
4he brethrea of the press will
~e.p aiw and not be raking up old
toq see)Ing ofRoe, and'we
ae$ t ia. h st
Hon. Laban Mauldin has introduced a r
bill providing for a more stringent usury we
law. It says that the lender shall not only chi
forfeit interest and cost when he charges go
more than seven per cent, but also the Br
principal. This is intended to be a help to of
those who have to borrow money. It will tio
have the opposite effect. It Is like the at
protective tariff. The common sense of do
the thing is to have free money, but under 80
the exiating conditio.s it might be a bad N<
policy. But it is hard eutugh now for a wi
poor editor to borrow money, and if the w
law makes the money-lender take Jany wi
move risks, we fear it will amount to a 61r
prohibition of the business. Every re- to
strictien as a general rule thrown around 111
capital, works the greatest hardship on pr
those who have the least of it. When
costs in foreeloseure cases were reduced, c
the borrower was wcrse hurt than the lend
er; because straightway the lender required W
him to agree to pay ten per cent. attorneys' pr
'fees, and put this in the note. We do not b
well see how a usury law could be framed
more stringent than the present statnte. ab
Mr. 1auldin's bill nercly proposes to- in
crease the penalties. Usury ha. not been Mc
plead as a defence, but once in Pickens
county since the war. Nothing c.uld
show better than this of what little value
such a law is, except to ko.ep people from
horroN ing money, when the real object of as.
such a law is to iake nioney easy, But vij
for the strictres oi money len(les, there ne
are unnumbered dollars in thi, county now K<
hoarded that would he in circulation. We D<
heard a man of experience in borrowing ne(
say a few dhays ago that the more ioiey at pr
men had the easier lie was on his 1ebtors. ti
We have always been in favor of a sev- zei
en i.er eit. interest law, just about us all
strict as the present eight per ce!nt. interest (Ioi
law without its severe penalties, anld with noll
that let th- borrower and lender work t,he dis
matter out. We are not, ini favor of any n1o1
law which will aid any mai in shirking any iss
hon11t debt he may contract. If a Iaan
agrees to pay ten per cent, it is honest and Bp
fair, and a borrower that wont do this, VI
will help the leuder, resoit to all kinds of
oubterfuges to make Mhe law a dead letter. '
Most all juries would be mighty shy about 1s
believing the testimony of a nian who to
would sign one statement under his haul yc
aINI seal, and then come into court and a"
swear the whole thing was different. The sa1
more civilized, enlightened, atd refited the
country gets, the less practical business .i
sense it huats. the more it wants to interfere ".l
by legislation with trde and commerce in w'
fruitless efforts to make contracts for Lo
ple. The best thing we could do, would
be to nake it unlawful to extend credit to
fanly onc; let it be a misdenieanor to bor
row or lomd money. Con-pel every man to
keep all he can get until he gets ready to
spend it. i il
41U111 INTOLItANCP". cal
Prank Leslie's Weekly thinks the South to
is intolerant-that we (to nut allow free lill
speech. lie writes in ignorance of the 'to
condtinis and circumstauces lby weh we tio
arc surroundled. We have been unider nae- Isp~
gro rule. It is robbhery anid confiscntion, of
We (do not want to t-ry it. again. Our uni- ma
ty ats a party and a raice is thme only batrrier a
that sroiutli e' veen us and Ingarchy agi.I rag
ruin. If a man shoul begin to tear dlown alt
the (likes that protect the hSmne of thme free
I lollander, or begin to tundermnine the levees 1fe
that turnt the wvat ers of the Mississippi fronm.
New Orleanms, he would, be shot, iIe that I
would attemipt, to dividle the white peep)le Can
of thec South is no better. lie that woul crti
divide us seeks to (destroy us.. 2slf preser bae
vatioan males uts intolemnt, (jen.
Th'lere is very little sense andl reason in- m'en'
our side cominin ig against- the Tillan.
i.nca for caucusing in the Legislature. Such
a thing is noti in the least unlawitul. A in.St<
one of the rich luxuries of a democratic sam
goverinment. Th'le imuaginiary wrong is no ?
in the leaet agravatedl, even if it shoutld lie il
ceasried to the exVomE suggested b)y the ad cc
Grceenville News, that (Inc mnan should (lie Ma
tate all the laws. It is at least a fair and
squiare governent by the majority undtter Ai
lawful fair aiml square rules, however un- ('t"ti
fair the minority mnaty think it is. We are th
Icoakinig for an economical system of gov- ptred
entmnt to he evol ved from the caucus, if-at
andI onr unistinied praise atwaits the stiatesman
who shall so direct it, indecpendent of past mi
political allilli ationis. I )urinzg our four at lea
years service in the Legislature we recorded.
mtany a fruit less vote for economyv. Some It
if them miay now come to pass. Let uswo
'tt condlemnmi the e:aucus till we see the' with:
inal round upl. Spuirgeon said the miost of L
-eliable commnittee was compiosed o)f t hiee all et
nemnbers, one gone, one sick, and( one to, Univ
.to the work. besidl
'There shoatuldl really he no doubt about wtomi
the passage oif the hill cnlling a constitu
Lional nonivention. If :he admianistration (>aini
is imore thoroughly conuituted to oine' thing WVen
thian anoithter it is this, ihtt we fe'el Sure Ta
that Govea nor Tlilhnatn has sonie grave pc
doubts about thle ptropriety of' such a incas- tht
uire at this time. liere is ott- 1liint that how
every hodly shoulid take n>'iiee (if: 'he cou
Gleneral Assenibly which calls a eonstitu- i*
tionial convention (anniot in any mtannor ail
restrict the action of that convention..
The Legislatume is the petople in thteir repre- The
senttatlye capacity; limtited, conttvolied, di-I lm
reetedh and( restricted by the Contstitution- th
A- onstituttiontal conlventlon, Is the people ;n im
In their sovereign oapaclty, absolutely with:. N' w
out anty limitation ora restriction, except Amt
that implosedi by the cantalitationu anid laws
of the UJnited States. It is simply a waste Clev
oIf white p)aper for the h itislature to try to9
hamper It by any provisions whatever.
Ii the Legislature desires,itcan sltt
diown) the faotories in the State. If%it'jro- Ti
hibits people front working In them long And
enough eaois. day to mtake their employa - T<
menat remunerative to themnselves ana -Ii
protitable to the company the business williz
have to stop). This Is a.stricture on botha
labor and capital.F
In yotur rnsh and hurry and impatient, -try i
repliese. romomtbera thtatevery question Is in g
respeetiko atbreoad plank-it has t wo sides;
and as lbger BetCoverly said about which ti
wras the corrnt side of- the river-to fish on: upqr
'gtea# deal-ma!ght be said on both sides even
-of thiver."' t*he
greadinoie,eleo ~and i at Iiogg Is.(
ktd ,ho.tin, ducks.- 'inowse-d ducks Ie I
Freedom of Speech.
L'ho recent political campaign, as
haTe previously remarked, wa
tracterized for the most part by.
xl temper and a spirit of fair play,
t there were some manifestatons
partisan rancor and some exhibi
ns of partisan violence, e4pecially
Ue South, which are gieatly to be
[plored. While representative
uthern men were welcomed to
r-thern platforms and were heard
Lh courtesy and re ipect, there
re some Southern communities in
iich Northern men, and even SoUth
. en holding opinions contrary
thos of the majority, were denied
it freedom of speech which is the
Drogative of free American eitizen
ip. General Weaver, the People's
ididate for President, visited the
tth in"the belief that no obstacle
>uld be pineed in the way of a fair
esentatiun of his peculiar views,
t lie soon discovered that his confi
nce in Southern fairness was mis
Weed, and he was coinpelted to
andon his canvass because its pros
ition would expose him to- personal
milt, if not to poitive danger. In
3 Tenth District of Georgia "Toni"
atson, the People's candidate for h,
Dgress, was compelled to aurirotind
iself by airrued gatirde .-i order to e3
ure his personal safety against- o&
lence from hit Democratic- oppo
its. In Alabama, where Captain
lb, entered upon a crusade against
mocratic bossism, it was found c
!essary to appeal to the courts for
tcection in the exercise and enjoy- i
nt of the ordinary rights of citi
ship. In some cases lie was actt2
Sasstulted and compelled to aban- al
I his effort to oltain a hearing. n A
ie other States simihar nstinces
closed the purpose of the rnajority
i to permit a free discussion of the
I(s of the civas. o(
[t is undoubtedly true that. the
rit of toleration is making head.
among the Southern people.
ere are iany comnunities in which
edom of speech is es secure a it e(
it the North. But the instances
which we have referred indicate tr
y clearly that the. spirit of sectiop
ireitudice and of intolerant pa~ti
itiup is not entirely extinguished; r
it it is, indeed, as active and pro- to
imed in some localities as at anjy t
w since the aivil war. It goes
hout saying that there can be no
0 pr,ogress along the lines of genu- to
:ocial order and of real civiliza- ex
ii in any cominunity which denies '
hanpers the free interchange of a
iions as to measures which con
n all. classes alike. There is no
anny so obnoxione. as that which
)oses restraints uipon and practi
y destroys the right of every ImTn
Xpress hin conictions within the
itations of law and order. It is
Je hoped that this is the last na
tal camllpaign in which freedoijn of
ech will be impossible in any State
Lhie Union, ant1( that hereafter we
never witness the spec-8aele of
im31erle,n citizen exposed toi oP'
(11a(<lviolence wvhile exercising, or
mu>ting to exercise, the right of
-(discussion.-Fr al / k .Lesic's
ie final 'ounit by the State Board of
assers, gave Murray. the negro, the
flcate of election to Congress in the
distrtet, by al inaJoit'y of forty overi
Moise, thme Conservative. 'fie case
ely to go to Washington for settle.
ue hlave been talking ablong'timne in this
autcmng down to biennial ses
of1 the Ligislature. Thiis is another
lonl which with the timeW of mleeting,
hiave to be referred to tile consatituti()n
unle says tlae Athianc(e is a Tird
LA NTA. (Ga.', Nov. 21.-D)r. ('. W. Ma.
,editor of the National Economlist
wvas recently defeated as president of
I"armiers Alliance, is in Atlanta. iIe fl(
('ta tile'totail dlisrupt ion of te alliance
.thle- nex't tionatll conference te
Wirn AlClegtes do0 not attend. The al.
.he said, is jlow simlply asthird party
in e, ami1( will continue so for one yeatrN
A Wonaan Lawyer. tho
ecima that Soth Carolina is to hlave a on
ml hawyeri, Onle born1 and educated W'~
n1 urlt bounds.- Miss Mary Yeargin, ea
mlre~ns, who from ther promilinece in it a
luenltionIal mallttera, hmas become well comi7
it to the .State, has- gone to: Cornelil tt."ii
ireity to studyI law. .Miss Yeargidl, iitV
es hii fm a0young lady of vigoonue in. y"u
t, is ant ncco't'pl iebed and( charming PII
have bieen''requested by Mr. ,y. C
tlhell- to state thatt he did not vote 'tt -
'er' ticket at tle election lalst wedit
he voted. a foled ticke,t fromD ids
't for pirivale stieouis, not des!ring to
onlie. ,hIt fie'nds ('n tIle onie side or
lhar. 'Kh:it n10 one bult laimself knows
is vot(ed. Nor' (lid he think that his
e would excite comment. He iwealzes
hilt lie made a mlistake, but *le voted.
iled- I pOin a b'roken Retid;
mih i3oree bill and Pension greed,
ii why liarrison made slow speed.
e big Rauce the othIer dlay, 11
he0 is ot',. and 9nt to *tav, we'
D)emlocrate canl sinlg: "i-ra-m-'Jeuii- 1001
he ay ! our
"Ta,r: -ra-boom-de.ay," HCehi
Snd v-hveWOnl t,he day; - am
l'a-ra-ra-blxxmt-e.ay . drel
-Col John GI. (Iashn:an.. reI
i, ?Tm, tile piper's son,. r**'
.a pig and-away lie ruir. ' 'ul
p,ig was eat i&dti(jet wa - at>btS
l'om wvent crying down theat thec
il didn't Steal a pig, butt lie stole Into ys
iress as a D)emlocrat and t,hen changed n~
9/ P 'tpluu tay. End lhe was "lbeat,,o a
.0 ~~--'~d '~3 tW + 00,1
o(' e'tc an tras. Lba 115 enU5
musins,we e able not to increase-Ib
br i~apjby as muiche s the-3
~e hlkes1of- Snow that fall:-unpereIred
the earth, the~ seemitigly utmlerceived iJ
te of life succeo:l one another.' AM
now gathers together, so are our hab.
Brother J. Ii. .06b.tt: Milenc is
ea wrpn to use agnaba#uhqrai
billbes you are
Or A NA
Pot a litle rMoney, If so, you
Clothing, Hats and
ft you don't, you will live c
And we canplease thl
07-I Mr. ., . UM'N is with un i1nd will bo pl
The eleetin or soaibing else has
l(lad ainglar effect *on sone of our i
T6ange. ()lie Oone' News oft
st iek'senta bundle to this post
lice itended .or ian Oeliee 'office,
e News and- Courier of the 17th
nlt a bundle here intended for Lan
sKtor, and -The, Sbat of same date
ata bundle intended- for some place
.Rioblaud arid wo o4wselves. sent
Le Crayton. package tQ- Guyton, and
a hear the Intelfgencerl did the
me thing.. But never mind, we'll
I get over.it after a while.-People's
"How do you know- Sam is going
i a vacation ?" "Because lie always
.ts loaded before he goes off."-Bes
It seems to take more correspond
ice to bring on a yatch race than it
>e to perfect a great commercial
It is a quetion whether the poker- I
ow shbould be called the ante-room
the drawing room ?-Binghamp
What does it profit a man to drink
drive away trouble? He simply
changes one load for another.
INS UIAACGE a
Tritten at the &enti
ws papers :. FR EE
NI) YOl'R oWN NA Mr'~and address antd an
L oft five to ten of your friends otr neighbors
i)Otti '111; r'('lllwa.. nd~ opy of tile (0
TIlE iVEEfKLY NEWS 6.
ni rtxArias VAst. Nr.wSrAPra Won TIER
it in te Sorth-.sixteea aget Waek. Iui 0
itdidly gotltn upJ inq carefuil 0(d te. Jf you12
nover seen at e byf it, send for one and .
will pronounte itIe biggest and best news- -
r you ever fi."tilress 2.
E E.:(LY N1EW., 3.
.4 lvaonah, Ga
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sleitl.arrangement ith the publishers,. '
re Cdt obtain a -number of the above' i,
,'aopose to fornish a copy to each oft .s
le dittnary is a necessity in every home;. :
o1 antd busineas house. rt tills a- .vacancy,.
furnishes knowledg which no one hun- *,
other volumes of th choiceat books couidt '
ly. Young and Old, Educated and igo *i
. Rieh.-end Poot, should~ have it within el
h, and reter to its contents every day in the
'some hav.aaked if this is realty the Origi
Webster's Unrabridged Dictionary, we aic
to state that we hai e learned' direct from'
>ublisher. the fact that: thiu I6 the veryc
ce co et on whi?t about forty of the ben1
s of the unditier's life were so wel empod?
riting tIboontainsa. the entiye vocabua lI
ont wo 01)irds inocluding the correct
ling, de4aton and, definition of sana andt
*oregut6jrstandard -sifl. contaihIb liou#all
00 sq e~siores of psibd i,urfae, and ib
14ii.o0I haltimore and shwp
tit furttier nottb'wo-w4 I furni thuie va1l
'ITb'an ynewa subeuII
'Iay . beciber now .nareawwWlo p.
Jan. tat neo atijstIo oi pices. viar
II eloth*ao sglihtseabdbk-staml
-f it' side - sd hac
3)vair frehian *ur ,
b.vbN.s tstarri ay ha the' ))e.
?Ii .b asa~i p reP express for
the nbisb.vlitth trme and sum
should by all means, 300 our
Ptegel it, for we have the
in Greenville !
Smost fastidious in
CH & BRISTOW,
OIEENVILLE, S. u,
aased to see his friends. OcC2'M3
ILL & WE%j#ON,
22 Main.Stret. GREVNVILLH, S. C.
Gas given every Thtrtsday and Friday, and
oeth estracted without pain.
OlT-1CM OF Rr'.mVA-L.
My Dental Hooms aro now located In W. C.
leveland's new building over the Saviug's
lank and Felton's'Ilook Store.
J. W. NORWOOI), D. D. S.
V. M. NORWOOD, D. 1). S., AssIstant.
GREENVII.E, S. ff.
R. J. P. CARLISLE,
)flce over.Vestmoroland Itoo. A Duke's Drfig
llarrtf GREENVILLE., S. C.
D F. "A'1K SMITH,
Is now permariently located at Hasley, and ro
1erfolly offers his professaert services to the
tbile generally. 2jangotf.
J C. FITZOERAt,
GimtlPN Vt&1,.j.. O..
Ct'e? Welftnorcland Uros'. Drug Kore. All
rork done by the instanttaneous process. Also
nake enlargements from old pictures to any
ize in water colors, crayon, India inkv oil and
D R. WYBT. KIRKSEY,
"as permanently located' In Pickens and offers
its professional services to the eiiqens of the
own and county. Ilis diplomas are frorr the
a lege of Pysicians and Surgeons, of Ilaltimore
8.D, and from John lopkins, 1891. Was nine
nonths in Nursing and Childs lIlospital, Halti
Everybody talks more or )ess,
generally more, but talk is
:heap and don't amount to
nuch without some get up anm
fet to help it along in hard
lAkes and hard times.
Now I want to say a little
alk right here that I think will
e to everybody's interest, to
I1orris' in particaIlar. That is,
o say I have a very good stock
sf general merchandise that I
m selling at reasonable prices.
lot the biggest stock, riot the
h~eapest stock, not the largest
tock, no, no, but just conmmoni
verydcay goods and prices.
will be glad to see my friends
any time. If you want to
all prodiuce of any kind, come
rd see nie. If you want to
uy anything in the merchan
ise line I will do my best to
lease you. Come in and let
s talk awhile.
A. M. MORRIS.
S. A fine cow for sale..
EE ATLANTIC COAST IJNER U
PASfHmGER S )EP'AICTM ENTI.
"saMtL ine betwegn Chary]t,,ad(olnti
il Upper South (Carolinma andi WesternI Noart1,
rolinak Condeod Schedule:.
ing Weast' GoIng East.
o. 52. STA TIONS. 'No. 581.
50Oam.Lv Charlestosn, S. C., Ar..1030pm
43ame. ......~.......Sf itr . ... .... .. ..75m
...............Ar ColumbIa ,v.... .1pm
i10pm. ..U..harotte, . ( . .......... 9,-36pm
...pm..... .... ...Anderso)n... ......lf.1pm
50Jpm....... ...Greenville........ 12..(0pm
E6pm..iendesonvlle, N. C..8.2m
t01rm. .. . ..hevll, N. U.... .. ...7.00sm
D)aily. Nos. 825attd. 53 solId trains ~it;ee~,n
arleston and Col'unmlhi, ..
R. KE~\V,.At&st G1en'l Pasenge r A'mtt.
R. K EE1Y,.T. M. EMERSON,
Oen'l M1nag Trallic Manager
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, Ik sa it etase oem '11beat ,s jca liep ua
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sana5m~ss -epaa.,g,auM SJd A 21 ugeg.hd.00 sag
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Buy Your Drui
**OOrders by mail solicite
~& Prize Turnips to be bi
day, November 14th, 1892.
TIM RIMOND I DADVILU e R
F. W. Huidokoper & Reubin Foster, lieceivers
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
Sehe-dule In effect Nov. 20, 1892.
NoWrIT:BOUND. no. 38. No. 10. No. 12.
Eastern it'ine. D iy Dtl. IIIy
I1v. A lanta (E. T..9.Op
" IChamblee ..................
Norcross ........... ........ M a 1 ' l i
DIluth ............ .......10.13pin %(4111
luford...................O.ipm 9 :Nrti
"F1lowery Branch...........511) 9424111
("1ainehville......... .31) "1 10pn 10.031til
Lula........... 11I 36pinjI.:r#I
lellton............ ...... 13bP) 10.301ti
Cornelia............. . 1VItIl IO.r)am
hit. A Iry ..................120911i 10.maul
Tot!con ............. ...... 1.37ii ll.miii
W ostminbter .. ... .. ... 1 U111.61
Senra .............. 1 1 5 2
" s-nlecys........... .. . 42an Mipt
Greenville .......... 5 .M n 1 1111
" 'reers .........3.35 n 3.
". We ...........3A%ani &WI)m
Spartanburg .......6.pu 4Matn "ASpin
Clifton .................... 6sui 4.0pin
liacksburg.........48pi 5.00in 6.3pni
" rover............. ........ fWii 5.l.im I
King's Mountain ........... .64amn r.::5pmni
iGastonia ...................57ar 6.t6pn at
Nellaemlont .......... ....... .7 kn 6..VpI I
Ar bfai..........8.05pul 6.40itin 7.001bill
INo. 37. No. 1. No . 9.
Daily. 'Daily. 1)aIly.
-.v. C harlotter........35a ni .00p t II '_Iszn
Hlleniiout1.......... ......125pm 1.Cam
Lowell .. .. .. . . ... ... . p fin I !. i I,Iin
GI.".... -............ ........IAGpI10 o,a4m11
SI-g's Mountain... ...... .211pm 12. m
Grover.-....... .... .......21.28pm 12.44m
.Blackbburg....it---n 2.37pn 12.54nn
Gnifneys..................2 5pm 9.18ain
COWP. Its ............ ...... .5pm i.43an.
ClI I fton .............. ..... 3.3pmn 1.39nin
Spartanbur. ..... 1. in 3.36pm 1.5m
reer..... .. ... 1 pnm 2.9ain
o_.p 4.4-pn 3.aMn
.ey4..... 5.i4pim 3.5am
..... ...... ... '6 Opni 4.3I8im
4 We.4iinuter ....... .... &.3nm 4.58am
... M... i.. ............. .....4.1p.4am 1. l5kip
COrel............ ....... 3.3am 3.0pm
GIiIC-4V~Ille . ....3.331)ip m 'ip in 7.0rottnm v
Flowery l3ranich.. ........ .IA.m 7.2patul
............................. 11.211pi6m 74.308pm
Duluth .................. 4:l.im .nl
Norcros.......... ........ 40.52m 8.4.1m
Cham . ........10. Ilnm 8 .p n
Ar. Ctilta e.. .. .5p .0m O.Gopin
No . 0 ande 10 Ilulinoan Weoeperi botmeen AtIinia
' ti - and New York.
Nos.. 37 mid( 38 %%'liing,tonm find S(itithwei.torn
Vt%%ibIldet en a1ilyf-I. ay.
i e Iallemn--..... ... 1 .25pnmi m l1.4mlmg
1111st.on..eev~o .a ..... ..... .... i.46pm a.J
NoK ig an12 Mounin - -B-uf-.... 2.lp 'r8 m
l Gn. ie . ..--...ji ....a ...1 a .. lo 5pm an .tllamn
C n..taop..nr4'......- -- .... ....Siell e.arp .3 m
er lafion ... . ..... ..t lo ... a....R 3.rp add 39nm
Spartnhur.... ... . I )nm 3.6pmO .6n
e r l .......... ..... 4.itum , .I) a(
'e Tra..... ......r . . i6.0 pm 4) am
TraIwer lranch....i ....i.... T.i-m . m
1 Suwance.. ........... Iti....... ... .:.m i.S':a
1 D.hllut............. ri...........52mI.i03,
12 r3p .. . .. ......... .l. .. . (y.... 1....4.m 8.1. a
I .tImb.......e p4eee. ..p.... .!5~ m
A r1m........Intat-E. T....... 5p .00pm 9.00pm
osi)p.e. 9 'l:ano leeper...b.tween tIn-I
VeSditiued.L.mit.r bietween Wa.. hington. u4j.nd
| New n....rk.An e lea.on,.a.so.betwee Wash-m
.32ptn,and...m.hiv vi.ea Ar.anta..n.I firmi..n
haOm beratinr boCwsenIl Washngto 1und.
.Nopn. I.an Gr.evlla liufet SecOd'6n
itween ningtoi.Jlo and rennitn.
__or__d_ta____ inoratlnustly. iad ho
NO. 2 IMliW.~ A.o. :IIK
G' l'as A a..ao WAr.igon .
3.4:1.11l. .L v ielt. Ar.... AAI I I
liienCArs'.t' en '.1110. Ag't., A tlat, a.d
No. 13..SA. l)NO1)SON,
350m .L 4 oliiiW., Ar.GliEI 21p
4.31:i..........A lon..........A3.0A 11,
Tr...afilMnugr,a.hington... D.. l).
Condensed4. Achdueilleffc ov.72,O1892
lletwe.en Colubria, Seneeand alalla ri.
T i ly xen.il. i .
No. I. ST TIO S. ~ ~N~. Id
1.20cm....." Coluimbina Ar..... 5pinb
.2.05p.. ............. Alston ........... .5 m
12.2iprn.... ........l'uma~ia.............4.62m h
12.43pm........ P reity. ........ . 4.3pm
3.00pm-.......elIgrry............. 4.1pm ~
R.46pm....... ...hpels .r.......... 3.1pm 1
8.25ptm............ Ninety-SK............ I3.00pm
8.40pm..........luilge ........ 7.00pm
3. o7p e.... ..... v i ona ls.... .... 2.llco pml
3.3pm.--..... line miath ......... 15pm
I355m......r avatna Lav..... 2.0pem
N. 0p ......LNoetnAr..... . 1 0
.35Bptn..--........Aneson....... r..90 pm
1.00pm ..... r Seeen Lv........o1pm
6.3 epm ... .... ... bv eten A r.. .. ..hl .... 1 .5
.Trxapm...... ....-v - Gp renville~ C...... 00vIin
N'twe A. d nderion .1 allnd .0 a , reevle
T.35piu-.... lea . re fe lton I. ... . .. .'. .Il.0.;on -
3.42pm .........4 .L ielt, Ar.. i . . ... .. ih 1 .25
12.00 pm ............Ge enville e.... ...1.0 -
'ietwis ee Chresto, A.C.ba iste.on nrh
No1. 713 . i TTn..
6.ll0a........ I, Chaep st aon A r......0. 10, m
an.0p .... a.. .8 4. . ay Colu bin A r.... .. .. 1.20p
Palo 2ep---..11rsN..... 1 nrlsl.............'.4-p
l .3 ptn --- a - ...! l lite ia ntit, . .. . . . . . i - p
P'n -- --- ... . n n .... ... .... 11.W pn
62pm --- ..... ( l 't 'Ia et A........... .. pn
N o.15. ~ ~ g f liW . " --~~-~Nl
(lenm.....I , Ca olumbiant r. . ......lli . .5n
T.04 m ----- .- - G l v l . . . . .. . 1 .) a t
Es, Medic ,
, Pipes, &
*ought in on or b(
$20 will buy the O'ELI, T
ith 78 eharacten, nild $15 for n 5
'D)ELL, warranted to.do bettei C
Itlhit ne d1111 te
It ('01nbinleN "Implivity with <11,y
iso of operation, wears longer C
pairs than any other imchluit
itb to bother the operatot. nl
it ini, niekle-platodl, perfect, t
11 kinls of type writing. Like ua
prodiuces shar, clat, Legil to
Wo or tem coijies may be amide gs
ny Intelligert iomon eli neco ;o
I two (IRYN. IVe:offer. $1.000t :0
ho e ql" etual the work of the 6
FI'l Id"Vle tUm to dealers. I
ig hndorsmonts, etc add ress
0A)ELL +iYPI Wvil
eMby1 - 38-364 Dej
SoliC1t. your patronage. Wil Pei
!nt. interest on <tepolmitts for res
on1ths, and 5 per cent, fo: six
"<tlt h-, interest to Continence :sth
le -eed lng ditte (if (ejpoliit$.4
l)eposits are payntblo on :out 4
Alece. IV. MN. IIAGOOD,
R. F. IENIIARY,
W - . SMITI, Cat
And Bath 1
In rear of Mansion 1lolw
]IT 18 A UiWa
y to irf)hbDweyntuoreo a
V. LM )i
M. L. DOUCLAS
83 SHOE CENrle&E
IE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR TNE MOI. -
rtable,astylish audldurablethanaayos ml6 ever
Id atthe rico. I'quals custom-mnade Sbeaoegtgg
4 n $f5t& Hand-ewe *calfshes.T1
to price.t 4i aey and hmol, so.eW
o3 1. -o': d -a
led enn edge sho easy to walk ia, n. wI
2.fleyt nayohrke.1Thanwe 4 :Ss e
*e.."*'heincre.*si', sates show,thatd -okI
ave found this out.
here. The anost srviceable shoesib t e
.adies' 1:88 "nr e
inse ar:nathebest D)ongeia v Ban. ('alf,
aired. The ae very *141mh, eomfortabl and d are
e. thO.xo I eqascuta hlade ose~
a tfindn s e
snpdothe bodmfeachr she.lo foot
udiuent anat subjetato prosecution by.iaw forc
f.I DOSf 8 61"4akAsoeg
V. M. Hfagood & Go.
EasMley, S. CI.
1. B. MJORGAN,
central, s. C,.
.EveiX M-achine has
drop1 leaf, fancy cove
vo latteu dhtwers, uwith nickel rinlgs, and ft:
~t of Atahmns equal to any Singer M
uine sold from $49 to $$0 by Canvas.set
hae Iligh Arm Machine has a self-setting ne 4
Fe andu self-threading shuttle. A trial in yoi
ai'before paymient is aked. Jluy direct
e Niuifacturer.< and save agents' profits b
les gettinig ceritiicates of u'nrrantee for f:b
art. Send for machinec with narne ofra busine
an aus reference and we will ship one at onc
Co-Operative Sewing Machine Co,,
39 S. 1 Ith St., ['l,iladeiphia, Pa.
B.W'E PAY TIiEE IRIS4HT.%3
Consult your interest and Call on.,
KINCH, at Pickens, if you WR V
in above maclUne.
THE GREAT REMEDY
-FRLLD I V ffM
nd ne'uver feaz to
ee ues ad permianuntly
*CROFUi , ULCERS, EOZEMA.
RNUA M Pil
BLOOD,0ALU 4,~., Atlanta, Ga.