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fer you the )cst
y for One )ollar a
ec. We say the best
e we give more iews inl
thanl aly other piper in the
I subsciilers we will say that
1u) what you arc dle thie S-iN.l
(line dollar noire the paper will be
you one year.
olicit subscriptions; and every man
ys oie d4,llar in advanec will get the
welve months. Thi makes your
ost'you a little over twelve cents a
W hen not paid for i n ad vatice it is
one dollar ai a half.
TO TEEE P1'ELIm,
Boggs finding it too great a tax on
rpies and mind to run the SE:Nria.
give it tie time and attention it re
. and on account of other pressing
rI, has Ivased and turned over to me
lire management and ecntrol of tle
I have no long salutatory to make,
Iny apologies for the ciurse of the
- elitor, for the road, as dlazed out
i, will be fq)1lowed a nearly as pos
favor or affetion, I
re too exacting, for un- to give 111
a the altention it should have.
uw has 1lw 114cnit so jealos of it. th t
us Ic(-Sary for imle to devote all i
ic to its -.'.'. >-.-r
- interests of mv elients to siffer.
vointideit that theli new managemen
lake the (11r101:.. accettale to its
I am truly graleful it.r the liheral
t Which h1as been gi% n the S riI.
delirlit lil libmlols, early-risie,
-(cock-tail will beI no ainar after Jui
Carol iia dealer in fine wines,
,liquors, ete 'Cek tailsi not
vi'i a feiha~v do for a drink viho
rite his namne? The distpensatry
Sno provision fo r himi to make
ye read the bretoiry labtor lawy and(
he wisest :nn he; , law passed by
biture jist adjon ed. ('it :z.en
iy wa fachr of thle hillI and lhe
hida of a Lty ple31 reformner.
((gho t iht thei till to slop the
or a year wias killedt in thle Sentae,.
10LIt jCis n tiknown for vebin. Schol.
iese tintn.~ Ifi aos e shool
.if the courts susatain Ith(e hill the
uui cities will no-dkJoubt resort to
a nice thinog inudeed to) be one of Itie
I andi to be on friendly terms~ with
vers that lbe-- Ths4aa legislature
ri.ciLf thmousandi five hundred
Ito pay Samueil I.,ord, a (Charlestont
and Ira- H. Jounesu, Sieaker of the
for asisting; the A lb orney GJeneral
Iing the railroads and0 ban ks.
directors of the l'eople's ,Joiurnal
n(eti ng last Sat urday aind lecased th lie
o Mr. TI. C. lliohm io, the editor.
he contiuedc as heretofore exepjt
is change. Th'lis week the press and(
tI wi fl be muoved Into iiew quarters,
ice of (C. E. tohiinson next to the
lice. We wvishi the .Journal and its
rANT TEliUE IErPE:A LEII.
wv days ago a lHeformier called on
tor of the Coilumbhin llegister itandsid
thbought petitions ought to he circui
every coitunty in) thieh!ate and get a
.y of the dlemocratie voters to sign
u easinog Governor Tfillnfan to call
'a session of the legislature oi repeal
read and Iiqjuor Ia he
law. This woui(do, no good.
10 ~ c g st e o v a do u b if
I be found a brief
hich passed the last
te the manufacture and
ng liquors in this State
stCp towards the concentra
er in the hands of one man or
nen. The absolute control of li
v placed il the hands of the Governor,
anptroller General and Attorney Gleveral
is safe to predict from past acts and rec.
ords that unless an applicant for county
dispenzor or any other position in the gift
of the Governor is a true blue Fillnanite
he will not be appointed. Then again it is
a slap at the towns and [citics. The most
of the opposition to Governor Tillman has
come from the towns and cities, and the
legislature, which was subservient tolhin,
seeks to punish the people in these places
by taking the control of liqor from them.
It is an l ijnst law because it takes hway
the rights of citizens, causs loss to many
who arc now in the liquor business and
dt ives away many a dollar from the State.
It it not only a discimination against the
towi.s and men who sell liquor but also
against the druggist. It is said that
j600,000 is invested in lituor in the city of
hIarheston alone. Uider this bill the most
if this money will be driven from the
itate unless the lquor men resort to the
,ourts for protection, which we lieve will
leclare the law uncolist iit ional. Gover
.or Tillman and the legislature members
tterly igiiorel the will of the people in
his matter. They pretiid to be great lov
rs of the people ami yet denied them a law
vlich they said they wanted-a prohibi
ion law. It was regularly and legally sub
nitted to the people to v.ate on and a ma
Ority of the while votrt IS of this State
-aid they wainted prohibition. Itistead of
WOhibitim ie have lignor.
Instead of doing the will of the people
hey have done the eivasuirc of few. in -
temd of piassinl- 81uch laws ats would en
10urag mot1raity, sobrietyand a regard for
hie laws of tw land, the State has passed
law to oi(i bar- omils, with the Goer
.r ai lied barkeeper, where hiior is to
v <b'alt mit to the citizolns of South ( 'aro
ia as it hever.1-0. Thus the law Iakeis
nentorage immorality and a disregard for
lie laws of the vm(nry aid everything
hat is god and 'oble.
so far aq right it:I jistivei and law are
on1vernedNu we think lle State has just as
rol of the farms and s t in the a
vay. The principle is the s;u . But we
hink the great mioving power ill the pas
1age of this hilt wits an empty treasiry.
\s an evidence of ihis takie the statv levy
vhiich is a mill imire for this yvar than it
v.as for lust, and vet tie increas,e assess.
ment ill Irop-erty is niearly twenty million
lo!iarr; more than it was before Governor
'illinm becanme Governor.
There must be a c anc for the increase
.I taxes lnd we thinik it is becaulse so
illeh Imiioney tias buCteel spent in fighting
he railroads,, banks andother corimrations
n the State. We a.e uettrious to know
hilit the eopilc iihinik of this kind of re
A NICE WTA'M'E OF AFFIAEEMS.
A fter the I aegislatmure hail passedl the rait
end eceiont bill, a munbter rMilroadt men
o wait, (Il Governior Tlilhua:n andt ask him i
ii withhold his~ sigunture fromtt thei hill un
il they coinh I properly present to him their
>hjecthmis to the lill, n'ed the efrt il
vould have nq -n them us laberinmg men.
\tfter the-y lail tinished, the Gouvenor is
('pnrtedl as htavinhg unide themli this replyi:
"The hill tis already~ been, signeid amil is
(Iia d --nt, coireL hI to he 5u0.i)0 or
l,tiiI0 tarmers dinnindinig its pIasssage."
Oii beh'talf (If thie Goverr.(r ad to clear
is skirts the (Co lumbhia llegister oif the
8Sth nIt , puiblished a loing edi teral deny
aig that the Governor utsed the language
iput ed to himi, a:id among other things
'-No w, the tinthI of the matter is, no)
iuch senitenice ever passed Governtor 'Till.
nian's lijps, andi it is cite (of thesae conicen
rateit jouiirinal isitie piotatsh made(1 of the
lilng the editoral , C. K. Hobib,
-omudllltee, wrote a (cardi t o the
iiii wh says Governior '1i TUia
ht h<9 was intterviewedt by the
>l' iilroadl men( did lnt use the
Ice force (Cto inqu111re wh!ete are iwe at?
itaco Troulble- at EaNley.
h.- 3.i1.vy, S. (., I )ee. :10- Special.--This
o is ill a fermnent (If exiit emlent, and(
1ood shied has b eeni preventted on ly by ciool
uI ds. Altegro, day lb-fore yesterdany,
rounlg lady o(f thle tiownI. She Imndiled the
ltte'r to a mtatle friend, wiho founld thei ne(gri
ri d pro( mpItly blroke a hiickory stiek over
itls hiead . The negi'ro es('cped from him I,
ml was subsequienltly arrested and lodged
mi the gurd house5.
A large mneetintg of white ('ilizens' was
mmetdiat ely hctld, andt to prmeve-nt lyncinig,
hei negro, with anlother- whIomn it- iias he.
nlittedt to jail by 'Trtial ,1lustiec I urheton uint it
urther ilnvestigiatiion ('ould be madhe.
On y'esterda)y it was thought by' thte citi
~ens thiat theiy wihi blle brlOnight tback for a
edlimiiinary t tiat, alni a itrt ng delegtion
als ajppinltedl to) m<et the on11(I tIhe boirders
if the townl andti give themib ai warml re(cetiion1.
rimedl theimselves to thel 1 nmber oh teni or
wetve iansd wenit to thie coiurt housei to
uatirdl tl nhe back, bitt the piIsonler's iwere re..
easedI at the~ (iourt htouse, anid the onei
miore pariticlafrly wated :olIClluded it woulld
'e orei3 i tihealthy for et l' himi'ats.
11nd at commhlitteeC was ain(uhtedli t ntify'
ill tIle negroes whoit went to) the ('our11
1ouse to) leave the( town) withlin twty''t3
'our hours. 'rie co1lred iti st preiacher
>f this pla(e is ilnledt ill tile mtUheri .
Muct(h hadilood00( betwen the' t wi' races(5
ms lbeen entgenlder'ed, and iwhat theii (end
vill he is hard to predict. Tihe town is
' arer at the~ 1'enitenllnry.
ton ano in
Tie New;Llquqr Law.
The new State liquor law would fill
six columns of the Daily News. The
following is a synopsis:
All niicipal licenses now in force
can be continuied to . une 30th.
On th1e first day of July the State
agent will take charge. lie will be
appointeI by tihe governor and will
be under the authority of the State
board of control, consisting ef the
governor, thi- comptrollor general Iand
I he attornoy gelnerld. lie will give a
bond of $10,000 and be paid $1,800
a year and will have a clerk at $1,200
a year. He is to bir all the liquor,
malt and distilled, to be sold in th(
State, giving manufacturers in the
State preference. All liquor sent out
by hin must be tested by the chem
ist at tile South Carolina college and
prunotced pure. It is to be shipped
to the Comiities inl un11broken packages
of not less than half a pint or more
than fivo gallons. Each such pack
age Iliist haVO his certificate on it
and any railroad or other common
carrer conveying lignor without such
certificate will be liablo to a fine of
$5t'0. Malnfacitrers call make spir.
ituous or malt liquiors for shipment
otitside tihe- State but each piackitge
must bear the commissioners cortiti
The liquor business in each county
shall be under the mazingement of
three M111, to be appointed l'y Che
State board of coitrol. These con
stitute a cointy board of contri,l,
members of whiclt will be paid $2 a
day and live eents mileage and are to
micet otev a mo"n)th. They N may meet
not m(re thn thirty days in tIho year
and !,hiall tise (lie cotiLy commission
ors' Oflivo and erk. Tile conity
board will appoiilt tIhe coiltv dspe
sr Of lii fin a inicorporitted city
or town of jheir conitY and may ap
po'11L nure th:l on.e if the biiness
r(juiirs(: it. Tle board will also ap
point his assistanits :n(d stperintenld
the loeation, maiagemnt, etc , and
rela.1.1te thet, pay of dispenser and
A pwrson apply vin,g f.r the place of
dispenser mist tie a p-tit ;on
by th lmij 'rit y of '.':freehold voters
O the 1uniejn if wher'% h pItop)se
tqo dis.s l i.o 11111 also filte
uidit of i',300 adlll take a l'w oath
to obov the la.w. Ie 1111:4 fit) his
retirn;S every mllonth1, smowing quan
tity oif liuj#r sdl and to wh'l-) alld re.
turn Iis re ipts, wihieb in turn must
be f wwanlded to) the State oand.
TIe State c.nimmissioner shiall not
sell to tle un di'spelnser at a profit
of mor 111111 ifty per (-vlit. The
vounlty disp11nso.r riist not charv-e
More thaln 0 'fty prcnt profit on tIhe
paclhn"gs he sells. A ft..-r all the x.
penses~' of l b-..
pail the lr
vidled 1b1t wet
is il a dtl th
the State e
rect!v tI t
reillast.r no Llst. tlo! witlli (lhe combn y
d i4spen1se'r an i appl icatin ri iit en ia
iink4 giVing hLisi name4), 1a.t, reidhene
andi thec qulantity of lihuor moaited
N4 liqOr c1 n b'ile druniik oil the
1l1(1niw('. P'ackage us Illt bie cairried
Pr.'un--.s are. foridden141.1 to make
w'ine( (\w1pt f' r-"thieir own use.
All other'1 pl:icis whern liqpiors are
sl, btartered or' givenl away or' drunlk
are0 declaredt pub)1lii uisanes. Tihe
p)osssion of a Uniited StaLte. iint ornatl
re(venuie licenise is to be' taken as pri
ma faoie evidenice of (clonductig a1
All mlembler's or (clubsx whiere liquors
are bartered, so ld or given away or
kept for distribut ion amnl~lg minembers'
are delared giuil ty of rniisdemneanior.
D)ruggists are to buy from dispen.i
se'rs 1i niors for the( CI compoundiing of
mie< heal lin-lparationls at at proftit of
nott mnore than teni p)er cenmt.
All per'~)Isons. ad(I conunIon carrierl
State except, to the State commnis
Th'le Rev. .J. MtcLj. ')Seabrook was
yes te~rday (D)'eemberl 4th1) insital!led
palst.r of thle liuffalo chulrch neam
Gireens.horlo. IRe(v. J. IL. Simth
D~ .)D. preached and. charged the pas
tor'. tIhe Rev. J. Hi. Lacy, l'poounded
t he conistit utiontal gnuektions andic
c'lhrge'd the p(eople. T1hiis is (4un ol
the oldest church'es~ in the 53yno(
of N\ort.h C~arolina, and iU
the iolther' of wvluclh'eensbor'o
[Fin at Westi-n;st er andl Alaimance art
wor)lthly daughil ter1s. Long 1may', lit-i
light. cot nie 14o shine. Them R1ev.
J. M.Rose ourSymnoialvngis
mieetiing ini the We4sbiininsler churi'ch
of t his ph1(04. anud ats ai part.>f thle re
sui~t of t los mei(etinig folurteenl (con.
nete d theciimelves wvithI1 tt chuiirebi
(4n yetsterdasy, s ix' y ertitiiente and
eight~ by proufe-s-ion (of their faithI
Tel Cii 11 membership was grad r''It'ievi ved
adwe al'.ltank Glod for 'what lit
has&~ wroug l.--lb.
G.overlnor' Tilb nnan lhas pardonled
Asury'' Alb-nm, Gilb<tt Bioton, Ifoa
14 llunterz, nil i ol red, who haveo bee'r
intry, for thnureofCatnA
le nAbbev ille cony eeteer
year-s ago. Thie murde'wavs (ornmit
ted iniIO Lowndesville', and1 thrieo ali
thet slaiyeris wereC ex'cu ted soon11 ther'e
afteri bumt tIhe sen tdInce of death pass.
ed upon the fi'. above nauned weir
Ionuniultcd 1(o lifei imp)brisomnuent bix
organizedi an Alliance (Co-oper'ativYe
atr.Tr.~ r~dnr c opital
For Another7s Crame.
Five years ago, at the-October term
of court in 1886, two negroes, Henry
Blythwood and another were tried
before Judge Pressley in this county
on the charge of grand larceny. Bth
men were convicted in each case,
thoro being two cases against them
aid they got five years in each case.
They weit to the penitentiary,
Blythewood maintaining his entire
innocence of the crimes, and have
bon there ever since. Blythewood
was a good prisoier., accepted his
fate, and was made a waiter in the
Three or four daYs ago the second
man was taken violently ill on what
proved to be his deathbed. IIe sent
for Dr. Pope and Sergeant Adams
and told them that lie alone had com
mnitted tho crimio aind that Blythe.
wood had absolutely nothing to do
This confession was transinitted to
Governor TilUman and Testerdaty he
granted a full pnrdon to Blythewood
who has been unjustly imprisoned
for five years. It was a happy dhrist
mas eve for him. He is a 'Beaufort
negro and it a nephew of the recent
ly elected colored Sheriff Recd, of
The roll of the present Houso of
Representatives at Washington sup
plies A fund of odd naies from which
the punster and wurd-twister might
draw inspiration ad infinitui. Fo
mnstance, there are IRainc-s andl( Snow
( with H1alo in the S4enate ); Oates)
Sweet, Clover, Cobb ; Deforrest, Post,
Stump, Stone and Shell ; Stackhouse,
Castle, Itall and Lodge ; Oreenleaf,
Branch and Bowers ; Bland and
Bllount : Baker, I1inn, 'ust, Brown
andot Br,nnes ; Lind andl Lo)g ; Jolly,
Fellows ; Catehings, Cutting, Ketch,
nu, Cliatliam Pierce, Hit, Lviich
and Kilgore Caine ; and 1end ; Littl
anld Moore, Muchler and Lester ; ar 1
i Ouninings and Goodnight. It nov
be added that with the present Coo
gress it will be GoodnthV an round
Will SlI Liquor.
Charles!onl, S. C., Doc. 27.-The
city council at its meeting tonight
gave the fi It readng to a license or
diulanee. Licenses for selling lil.
luor for oie year will ba grailted in
spt wi f lie law passed at the recent
sessi111 of the legislat ure limliting the
sale of li(pwor to state ageits after
July 1, 1893.--Augusta Chronicle.
Mony a man makes a faiiluro of life
bv trving to get alouIg withl his kin.
A Buffalo ian is arra)ning to ex
libit 21 wrking '1del of Niagara
4 1 - R Fair. It will Ie
Onl in mini.
I all the int.r
'5 recon t!v' to
so). The (dead
Juan who h:uI neen une captain of. a
i cyc-le ci llb, re-quetsted before his
deafthl thiat his body he conlveyed to
thle cemfetery' on bicyles andl tO> make
the event complete the meimbers of
tile clumb wvent on bicycles.
IA good ol-1 storyv is revived which
trUeats of a conId it ion always new of
the old famer in Pennsvivanlia whio
received from a Philadelphia friend
0on0 day this note: ''My dear friend
tile smallpox epideie is in this city
and1: for safety 1 h1ave sent my, two
bo)ys up to you." Tw~o weeks' later
return your b)oys please send me the
smallmpox."- W ater buy Americatn.
An eccentric New Yorker, much
given to hospitality has concealed~
among tile flowers on his dinnemr ta
ble an artificial mocking bird, which
at he resureof an electric wire b)y
hs fotflutter and givesi a mulsical
chirp. Strangers are amnused by the
imgenious toy but his family and
friend(s that the b)ird onily flies and
sings wheni a subject is broached
which is likely to pr0~o ifoienivej or
p)ainfui to one of the guests.-.Ex
Since the wordh of thle Lord endulireth
forever1 let us~ i dent Iify 'ourselvyes with its
Scternuity buy do inug it, and, then enteriug inl
to its ever lasting rew~ard.
I A'4enmen4it Notgice.
I n the ist y' of .l'an- daryo 1803( and
el w the 2umb h -!av to Fi,ruar 1893.
-' I 0 . e iinist be ret nd a
1N I- e mal.'t val.ui ow~ ned on the
Irus < ( r s K .1, m lb .iLa - hi :l)llast r 2
toroi mio st I. *Svenl lt whe r'etu are21522(
t o22- e mnp2l~ t be law. Thie p-i
lalt 9 f 50 Ii: Ctro. w. I 1 e (eIro LE
f. non 1 e' .- 'I of pr:,j..i ely b 2t2Lh
.h w 9 h - 21t in b ?iSt.
9 y, 11thw :9 d *l u h .j.L 2', .
\t 1-2,-9, 1' (lv 19 Id SaltIrdav,
t (l anPan ndyJnay
as a mem.
ber of the med
I am opposed
as a rule to
prespri bi n g
tory ro m
C. I find
these much vauint.
ed anld adverlised
preparations are litter hum.
bugs, owning their demand to
the gullibility of human nature.
Your TiP Top CoUon Svalu is,
however, a most honorable ex.
ception, and its inirvelous reme
dial virtues are beyond contre
versy. In my practice, cover
Ing now more thll a "century "
I have never met with a remedy
to compare with it in efficacy.
The cures it has effected have
been simply miraculous-one
(lose will cure any ordinary
ease of oonsumption, am, in my
practice, I have, by the use of 3
one bottle, restored to robust
and vigorous youth. decript old
men and women, in the last
stages of the disease with both
lungs entirely gone. You are
the greatest benefactor of the
race, the world ever produced.
"'efregi m11onumenun perennius P
arr.-." Your very truthfully,
A Qunekenbosh, Mt. D., Antopia,
New Zealand. This wonderful
remedy is for sale by Sloan
Bros., Greenville, S. C., and all it
costs is a quarter of ove dollar.
T Iff I .N4 _1%_IN,_It_C_El
I ENEI VEDI
A. M. MORRIS.
I'ulih'heit ut .\ thlatal, Gai.
.\ lI')1 l ('O.\!P.\NION.
I ins .\ire ,irv (5,000(- Susueis - The Lairg
est t'r u lat-oni o ny. Wek'y News paper
THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEERLY
is tIhe beist iln the land.
I (! SjperinI Fen'ie s WI4tiost more e'
mnoney thanu is paid. by ANY TlEN S3outh- p
ern1 pape'rs cotubtined for general readling
ItM Newsb' C'oluuns, C,over' the ~
Bill Arp writes for it.
Dr. Tlalmange preaches fo r it.
Joei (Chlindle r Haroris (Unicle Remui
WalIai'( P~ Reed and 1ral,k L. Stanitont are
regualarly employed by it.
A. M. Wier (Sarge l1lunketl) lhas a week-'
Mark TrwainI, 1Robierit Louis St(eenson,
RudlyardI Kipling, Frank Stockton, IlichaSrd
Mil'omb i JIohnistoni, andl the best, litear
geus of the world c mtribuite to its cot
IT IS A MAGAZINE I"
A ND EVERY ISSUE IS AN EDUICATORI
ONIY 81.O() A YEAR.
Agents wanted in every locality. Money
for agents in work(ing for it.
SEN b FOIR SA N1P1NM04 PIES.
SEND) (ilving lii the l nresses oif you)rself
NA 'IlES i("s. ti/Vi rite foir i.et'ii tei nis.
g 7 tubs, of lix for Fiv iC )ollajrs a year.
CONSTI T I '1e,N I'
Buy Your Drul
P Orders by mail solicit(
$ Prize Turnips to be b
lay, November 14t 1892.
ILL & WEILDON,
rAliain Street. (lrENVILR, S. Ci
0as given every Thursdt;y and Friday, and
!eth oxtracte<d without pain.
OTICK OF RlEMOVAL.
My i)ental Rooms aro now located in W. C.
GYeland'a nOw bIikIIIg over the Saving's
ank and Felton's ]ook Store.
J. W. NO]AWOO), 1). D. 8;
r. 31. NOItWOOD, 1). 1). S., Atssistant.
)t. J. P. CAR,ISLIF,
Dj HN TIWN',
411ce over Westmoreland BIros. & )uke's Drug
1jatI%89tf GItlEF N V1I, f, ,. R. C.
R. FIRANK SM4'1,
E A S I,E Y,
1- now permanently loratedi at Rasley, and re
netfully oilirs his professional services to the
ublic generally. 2_____ _Janot f.
I'1ll'OOMRA Pi ER,
G1iEFNV1l,1, U, S. C.
Over WestoN - -1
-i pro ess. A so
a vntlrgiements ifrom old pictures to nty
Ze in water colors, crayon, india itik, oil ani
)H. tOB1T. K I KSI-Y',
1iat- permanently Inctitedl in Pleketns aRid ofiers
is profe'sionail serie.s to thu citizens of the
)WI ItIl Count y. Ilis diplonvis tire from the!
ollege of l'ysivtis ant Suirgeons. of liatiznore
N9. nlit froisi lohn iopkins, 1t91. Was n inou
iontlhs in Nursing and Childs ilosp!"al, 1Iti
m107 Duikl'ng 00Mjany!
EleIy, S. V.
-olieits your patronge. Will pay you 3 p'r
mit. itteiest oil deposits for periods of h.,o
itiths, .nti 5 per eent. for periu<ds of tix
month%, intrest to eomtnice on first of month
iete'etding dtnte of ftep. its.
).ppoits are payable on demand without
otiee. W. At. 11G.(O1), lieilent.
it. F. LE N II . It llT, V. Presidcent.
AW . C. S l'li, C:shier.
3etter Than an En
he I ast Wonflerful l'tiiiention ever issued.
P'ress iti nifu;iv.
Now Povernible istorical Chirt, P0
liia 111 , Cobie
A hu~ram of Amnerica Histery.
\ .('0111 ilete hlistory of our Governinent bty Adl
on, '10xtiti itt'hes (largest ever prirnted). .lun
~d ott rol ers at toip anal hottom,.
hty Rpet'ial arranlgetnents with the pubtilters
tire abile to obtiItt a ntttnher (of the above
(.-h otf tear sut breibers. Thh, ii ial is a nee-l.
ittn everv hontte. s ho)l otr one', a:td w Ii bet.s
eti'ily tlosI iable. to ref'er Io dlaily ulutring the
rnng: iolltial ('ttjngit, ias it lieteis at a
lance every itnp.rtant faut etutnie'e witht tihe
istory otf oltr iouttttry inn! .\ tneri:-ant pol it i'.
TillIS l)t'lilE NI Al' ('tNT.\INS:
.\ l)tagramtStwtgal i h 'liia 'zt
A n'on piete %tap of the I uitstbts, Man<i
A .\litp of I :imtaI A morlea. l0x i0.
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.\ iltap oif I'ippetr Nubilia tuite l iabeth or A byssi
Al Alp of P'ershii, A fghtastatt atn<l iel uebitan.
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I11 L't:;s O1- A LaI, TIlE l'l:sllE-NTiS Pr'itM
WI ASiII l I N T'( IIIA lIFtISu)N.
Thle IIstory of t'mloniil Pot ie's.
'The liIiti-try of l!ev.olu't iiit zy 'olites.
Thei, lltstory if the t'ttftulr'ationt.
The- litory of the I . S. Gtovernztnent by (Con
l'he II istory of the I'. li y Ad mninistrationsli.
A ti . tna lysis if I hit 1-edlra I floveran:eatt.
'lit bl i istes ofn1 iii lieh!at lawi. t
VinnbI e rtatttloiIte of 1 E (euifthre tst.
iratit even'tts froun the Ilicove'ry of Antterica
the pre'sent daty.
'Tih' puli shers price is IIXi0 which ib very low
ttsifierinmg its titerii b.i ut we Wi i i tine''t ion
sth sutine of the le,d !tec puiheru in all thto
rtitiugh to iturinish iat ontly ii i-roents each deliver
I ftee to anty patrt oIf the t'miitedl States, its fol
kit. 'lTtot ny tnw subalsei ier.
'id. To any rtenewitIl, 'i4 1hr.
:41. 'T ot n subisibe,r notw int airrearnt sItro patys.
yt to Jlanuniry 1st taxt.
Ast thte pubithlihrs Hlilt thte thne they will fute
hio de-str' tt aiva ii t herntselves (If this oppotu
ity to atttet to it at onc'e
HIE AT LANTIC COAST LINE R
PAtt ENti|-'I. (;EPA I tt 1EN'i'
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Greenville, S. C.
rought in on or before Mon)
'H RICHMOND A DANfVILU Be L.
P. W. Iluidokoper A Houbin Foster, Receivers
Atlaita & Charlotte Air-Line
Schedule in effect Nov. 20, 1892.
NOnRTHBOUND. No. 38. No. 10. No. 12.
Eatern 111me. Dally. Daily. Daily.
Av. A tlanta (IF. T.)..... 12.45pin 9.20pm 8.05am
Chanbleo ................U9.52pm 8.Iam
Norcroti, ....... . ... 10.0pm .12a
uiluth ........... ...... 10. 13ipm .m
Siuwaneoc................... 10.23pm 9.15am
"luford . .......... ........ 10.37pin 9.20am
Flowery liraech... .. ....I 0.51pn 9.42am
Gainesville ........ 2.13pm 1l.10pm 10.03am
Iula................. 232piu 11.36pm 10.27a
Bellton .................. 11.38pn 10.
cornellia ............ ....... 12.05ain 10.51
Mt. Airy........... ........ 12.09am 10.5
TOccoa ...- ...... ....... 12.37am 11.19a
Westmin.ter ... ... .... 1.17am l.56a
Seneca ............. . . .... 1.36nm 12.15p
Central............. ........ 2.10am 1.20p
E-:tsleys............ ........242am l1.56p
(Ircenville.......... 5.08pn 3.07am 2.26n
Greers...... ...... ........ 3.35am 8.0
We*cllford ................... 3.Wam 3.20p
Spartanburg . ...... 6.00pm 4.00an 348p
Ulifton ............. ........ 4.26am 4.08p
owpens............ ........ 4.30am 4.lp
Gantney......... . . 4.52um 4.42p
l1l1ackZburg......... 'G.48pi 5.0am 6.03p
oer .. ............ .18um 5.15
Lowell............. ........ 6.08am 6.
ellemont.......... ........ 6.17am O.mp
r. Charlotte........... 8.05pm 6.40am 7.00p
SOUT-WARD. No. 37. No. 11. No.9.
Daily. Dailly. Daily.
,v. 'harlotte........... 1.00pill .W.011
lielleInont............... .25p 11 .42m
1,01%ell...................l .33plu 11.5211
"taston.ia...... .... .. .46prI Z.O2it
"ing's Mountain...........2.11 pi 12.2811
"Urover . ..................228pm 12.44ml
ihicksburg..... ....4ain 2.3p 2.54an
............................. 2. 4i i r 1.1lani
'owp. 11............ ...... .'A)pm 1.36tin
(litonl ....................3.3pi 1.3%
Spartanb1lurg ....1....11.37a 3.30pn .56
Wellford ....................4.00pu 2.18a
"Greers.......... ..........4*p15 235
" reenville.........12.28pm 4.
S-:asleys ................... 5.1411n 3..
Central... ................ .60'plll 4.1
Se(:t * .. ...6.01%n 4.3
We:4timnstor .... ..6.481ini 4.5
'occoll .. .....7.281pi b.4
" Aft. Airv.................. .011in 61.
" ('orIm;ina....... ...........
"1llton ......... ... .......
1111, ....2.... ....u...i
( ;aiesville .........3.33 11i 8.i3pin
" 'iowery liranch.. ........9
iiford ........ ..... ....9.24
"I KwIlle..... .
" Chablev ..... .... ..1
r. AtImtti . .'..) . ..* .. L.(0pm 2.OOP
-*, -c- -1 - -- c. tA"cr i iet n AI8a
nand11( New Yolk.
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th ii . ihol igi l 11in 1t.. .lee o. p .etwe
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wgtoni atnd Memt'iih VII1 Atfli.ll-ti HId Birmill
mil. Oberiti c be,t1w1 ee... li... 4.% 5 pus
.... A .5.14pm 3.3E
8. . A 6I..m 4.
Aaa' Oo~l...s. At.. At30an4.3
i~1Oit.... ... 6.4anta 4.
... ... 7.2pmK 5.4
Genorel M ....g..r. 8.00pm*gtii 1).l(
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..........NlOtS ... .38 O
4. 14pm... ....t 3.....
................ ....CI I 11.... 1..03.. .
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.IOni.A r8 Wahngltn orvdSoutwest
t.......Th..rog Puinneet orls betwe-0
Ilon and A.\erphi. via.lar. and rniimi
a. Obser.v ar between Ahington..a3
N.3a.11.and~ r l'1(man liufev .epe
ween Washin....n andto A rttt.....1
l1ur deAred nferiation to lca a Ar . h.
imot.h!. ats n- Pllian...eeing..r2.
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