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ndvertinim for ix iontis or a year.
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of respect, coImunicationi or i itersonal
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fior a- aulvertikemcuts.r
THTURSDA Y, FERIR, 1893.
The indications now are that Iawail will
Uccone a St ate.
The Governor of Texas Is a Iogg and
the Lictcunt Governor p a Crane.
0overnor Tiliman will use a part of the
Agricultural Hall for the State bar-room.
The friends of Judge J it. Kershaw are
working to have him appointed postmasterl
The iew% railroad law nmay be apprnpri..
)i.ly explainwd as follows : A Mon.trollS
(lornmir ,idies,of Iw, has ien offer-ed
'X-phr-v iln Clve hmld's vailwt, h111t lie de
clined tc "Icccpt.
.j. mlbis Suillivan, will - tid at Ander
on il I !mntr4lay) for the killin.g of
11crinan C'. Gilreath.
The farmnir are gre0ing contsiderzahbly he
1.;Il bly (fte conitinuled had Aleather, and
t' pr'bahlt y is that they will not be able
'Io ( rw-a,i-h farmn work ivntil Marhe
With onie imid our (Jovernor Seizes the
great irvn horses (f the .4tate and chiins
them tothe Irack, w tli the other limIl he
(atches the IUlited .Sta, %.*coirt in i lit throat
ssd Say stalld hack.
Capt. 1. V. Shell, Congressman from
4th Diitrivt has stasUted to the News and
C#WriC' cor'e d t at Wash1 ington that
h4 will not Aitd for re-elelhon. Fagai
in "Watch!" mlay now% (<ane in.
Ex-.fudg( John J. 'Miher died tit his
home1 at Barnwell lust Friday. Iis health
had eenn failing for (te, til(! 111 for a
m'iuth his Eight h11is failed him. le was
elected Juldt of the sve'1d circlit in 117
LV4 rerv(d 4four yeal's. lie was ver';
A loill j'sct I nlt Al:hinowa flow-!e onl
M,londa y lnolihitm the sale or giviig, ir otchi -
:Wilke (lisposinlg of ciu1t.at tes, eigaret te
i0bmecr. or cignarette paper inl the State,
(muhect to i fine anld imprisonlent. The
li1 aho lr'iiiaiih teiv "inoking of a cigar
C-1t. in anly pulblic phiwc.
secretary State Timdi, (etluIoGr JIfohnll
(harv Eytts, Congressman (eorge 1). Till.
im:m, Senator WV. 1). Evans. Tloii. M. L.
Di-valdsonl, StatWr.-rr K'I.c- Cmp
troller Ociiiral Elirrbcc, .\djutant (-'ner-il
Parly v and Mr. L. P. W:1lr, #of Sirtatit
hmrg. tre said to be possible canditlates for
I!hu 1 nhernatinal chatir niext, year.
The1 Gireenvillo Unily Nc'wv- rerahled us
M.ea: t:ty in a ne w dress of typ bulo td(ec reas
otd it. . ize otto coh unn. It stil giv'es I ihe
bitest ne'ws of theo W wrIl In a much01 better
shanp. titan befo re'. LTe News is the paper
for the up ('ountr y people ais it gi ves till
tnews albou Lwe'nty-fhour thurqSO oar than
the othetr daiolies and it is as~ w'elI (di tedl 11s
any paperCI inl tihe "4tate.
Theil State olileialhs and4 till ralIroatds are
cros' wysl tagain. Wo g ie ot thte out1 sile
ta full; accouttil.0. thea siatas of affiairs. UTe
ontly ineaI we L nein it is thtat if the taxes oni
rai .l .'r in proportioni to other pro)perty'
thtcu they' shoul be maltde to pay it. If,
however, Iteir taxes' ar(' motre' thtan othem~
they should1( no(t, be malfde to~ paiy. We wat
to CTe c'orpo4rationls tre'at< d like othaer tiax
In thae Il[ouse of4 Ib~ presenlt i.,- m' I Saiu'-a
the e(4;Iidleration of '1 the itnvah d u~ppropria.. f
trilli hy Iilibust, r1in. to st op off' debaltte onl
th11 ' 11le hii! 1tokil i poo (ry it ove.1t'i a 11-im
Vte (II bate thil ''.spea 4r ic'alolipnta11 iO
to 1-ee it p:eed'c. SelverrJl times ('ol. .,>hn..
Stone, has 11l'tnri(4d th Sie:d-k-'s bi' sim-aer
has 110 ben in Congress1(5. WV ii M. Lg
velr 4iver r4 (lIlpy it
.1 NEW .JAIL.
'(erv 'edizehn of thetcontty 1o thec 4414 hat1
WISE *uamti dilapidated 144hi)thubing at
.Pickens. I,. II., en'ilied the jatil. WVe had as
soon2 he inca4ree4.rntedi in the4 rl'ebratedo h!aelk
uni e (of CzleuttLa. IT is a sihamtte to) imp1 ris.
pel a deIoen6 m.an11 ami his5 ftnily tt liv 'oiln
it it ai jaliler, iS a d!i grace. Let, tile old
11e' &neC aiporl t ht(''Y id ny-I tl for 21 jail,
:11.l let none0 of t' authIoril ie's siac1 11p
I y'# 'am1lr (. f mlovinig but mo v-' at one. -
SlI.v- 'Tao old1 jail 1his served1 its (day and1(
shouh141li belpteed by a new one. It isl a
fl.e trap andiles I:eome sE) permIeated1 with
('iSeaq grimts thtttt it is dangeroni for any
('le to live thlere. (On r comm ili -tionersi
.'uuhii give it their e:arliest* possibhle atten-i
ti"'s' We are( infor'me( that they are1
thintking (If widinga 511e new1' rtotms 14) the
(o'd jiail, take thae eili;out Vanl td Iplaslerl it
-l).v'n stair s. Of (:omItIe 1thy) liil do1( wh'at
hl, yI tiik bes.t, but ouri jud. gment0 is thatt it
wiouI(l be aI usele'ss exI endil tur o'l1flmoey
It will oitly (be a1 fewv yeatrn tiltil we
will have to have' a ntewt jail and14( we thinuk
it poor econIomy11 to waste ttne'ey ont thec old
One. The ceounty hats got more reah estate
inl town''1 than1) is nlecessary, and1 the comil.,
sinneOrs wouldt (do a very w..ise thing. if they')
irit and butildlngs on1 Maini street, talke tihe
ti)iley and( mo)ve the old c'ourt ho0use blolw.
tiac new1 court house1( oin tile samhe lok i
would not oostL very much to do0 tis and(
we. think 1441 lie thing dist ought to be
Let theo ommitssioners attidy this matter
well before they. ooncjUde to sj)ad aniy
monay on the olatone
It is very strange how many different
ind varied opinions there are upon the dis
pensary law. There is no donbt but that
the law was ru8hed through tihe Legislature
tinder the adinnistration whip and that it
is one (f Governor Tlilinain's pet weatuire8.
Yet there are ninany men who were and are
imiong' (overnor Tilinan's warmest sup
porters who are bitterly opposed to the dis
pensary, and there are others who enter
lain different opinions and think the law
a good one. The strangest thing about the
whole wat ter Is that prohibi tionists are in
favor the law, while liquor men are agaist
it. As a fair smunple of the varied opinions
cn the law the utterances of Anderson coun
ty's Reprebentatives might be referre;l to.
In the mass meeting at Anderson on sale
clay about one hundred men were present
itnid the dispensary law was discussed by
the Representatives. lepresentative Bre
zeale endorsed the law but had serious ob
jeetionls'to:it. lie admitted thatthe law was
illegal by being rushed through the House
without proper consideration.
Senator (leNiii gave a brilliant idea and a
inait-iieint excuse for being in favor of the
law. Ile said "the mo e Williaus and
(,'izales anid others talked against the
Evans law It lie more lie was convincecd it
wzis right. " This heats anything we have
ever lieard given as a reason for the Evans
h ill ing all rilht." Repreentative Pear
man, whoim we sippose to be a farmer,
argued the constitutionality of the law.
lepresentative Josh Ashley, the ideal,
typical refolrmier,, seems to have been the
only one who creled anly enthiihusim. Ile
taid lie votei aginst the Evans law be
Caul.Ae lie did not believe it waLS What the
peolce wanted, and he was right. The
bt-A :.Nwy anI)d only sire wiay to obutil the
wvill of the people i aunythinlg, ibo submit
the intatter to a vote. This was ione last
year and a large niajority of the wl :e pvo
ple ot this Stsae aiul they wante-I prolhibi
tion. Did t-hey get it? Further remarking
on this subject, the Intelligecier reports
lIepresvietative Ashley as follows:
'11v kad.voted for the Illease and Perry
bills, both of which were real prolibition
hills. lie tholught it was wrloIf for the
State to lcone i barkeeper with the Gov
vinor as hoss of the hsincss. Ile hall
ftuighit l'ir a reduct iof saliries bit. lhis
COI leI:ics wotinla't lit-p hin. Ile hittl re
(i ved ;19:3 for his thiry fl?i s' work mnd
ha:d saveIl ; of it. 11111 was too fiiuch,
:ind thu ghu t :I0I wr,s ct eitb, Ist aill the
IeIch s (itlit't Vote :s the h:1ul e acheil
lin the tliunpil. i '-vilted fr -forma f,eVi
tihe I coidl ,et atlit." but lie. aid ever.
bedy else who wlt there for Ihe first 1im'',
VA4 94) grn un that ie(- couhdin't do anvt hiw1'.
The sp-aker, 1,ointing ;at lie eliairu:.,
. ('. Lahilucr .i'. ' ~ ti all iinedn't
< xpe t Iilythi', 'r i , hil when hie tfe(s to
Co:uigress,for he will e givien t.-." ''lhe
cro4wd hA d a g ootl lawh ;,t Ilie chirmi:iin.
Thle slwalxrs rcimark,; 11n1ied1uch
g(1'id seIse anidt cVeIl tinw.vs le was ap
plaIII<h-il 1 cl Ihveredl.
Ill-e-cl t iw! 'lValso iliveo re1 the l wtV
buit h,1l a eways b aeenpapribitionlist. le
thou,git prolkhilitin wvas ilipossible.
T imeltini g Il twas a1 :1recirkable Conile inl
eVerl'. respets. It is the first. litie we
eV(r hwarl (if a3 maIIS Iieelin"g of citizeis he
il clledl fo the plrpfe fcil signcify in
tlir willingniess to obey laws which had
liwen lIade. This is a gIg tw with at Veni
genniee. Thue llCeresenltat ivies ofi tie pieo.
Ide ina~de laws which they kne w Ithe people
(lid 3not waint and( hci luie nt voc ted for, yet
t hey try to get upC a icig hulrnah and1( whloop
to1 lunike thern say~ its aill right. 'Thle few
whit, aittendced lireoves to thuei r Representa
Iiv's that t he iinajo rity ofl the g'oC 1( peopke
oif Antlerson)l are 13ot In favecr of t' neCw
laiw andc are lirced of 1beeing rushed inito lie
epting 3a thinCg as aill rite;ht he(rause5 ai fe,v
leain.: :iic'n say so. TheIc peopClle have got
Ii r(il oif biuffs: nl butblhin /iug. 'They arce
thinuk ingi atll 1acting feor thleilselvYes. Tlhey
havi'e abtit feound out1 thlat "Iefor:n"c is
a inyth anid the faithfunl promilises ai lat fail
uire. Nio womeI(r they havi'e readcheCti his
cochtusitin wvhen they have been so) thor
It Seems to bce definiitely settled that four
places in Presidlent (Alevelaind's cabinet, have
Ilcen filled. Jiilge W~alter Q. Grieshian, ofC
1Illinisei, Sec'rietary ofi Stante; 114n. .1liii (I
'irlisle, (Cf Kentuacky, hCeretary of the
Tlreasury~ : Ilion. I)anl S. ILamoncit, Secretary
oft War andi( lion. WXilsoni S. Hi5ssebl, of
w Ytoek, Mr. Cl-veland's law liartner,
ICcitma,ler <h-ncil. It is stalt.ed o:: gotod
authrit iIy that li hese l(e' have' been ten
chred Ico the gentlei naedC andc hicve
bce3 en reted. It is also statedi that lIIon.
I lokc' Smiith. cif Getrgiau, wilt probaly he
Seeretary oef Agrieultuire.
Oe)yinig Tlan Db-r-iu.aa-d-.d..
The4 Ocabriteu entetini v'iew..s as1 to
thie swVeeping, po wers of the Gener'al
Governmniit which maikes even 11o
uit Ierly ('lbniiito thle p)owers of the
Stal.e and iniake the G)ovecrnor at sumal
ler' piersoni tha11 a firstt Clas 8 postmas
ter'. T1hiey dlesire the es*tab1 lishmient
a great pa wni shopI ort waire hiouse, anhd
inh thle Goernmen'~t fromi sutch a shcemec
by~ ii'4renlSinig Fedal't tatxaltion,) They
woubil;. put all railroads9 iln the hannd's
'ourse4, wecnui i emove all c'1hnce oIf a
State tax oni rauiroiads, fr it'Ihe Sta't(e
doesV noct tax a1gc!ies of t he Federal
(Goverlinmenit. ITheyi wouild miake the
Uniitedl St,alt.es the solot issuerct of mon01
4y, and( thtu States5 woul lbe pICwer
1(e:s to ('sitabclih prive bank1)11 s hiavini
the p)ower 1.o is:131 bills. It ennl be
seent by3 all this that thie State andtt its
Giovernoi' wonl hle wr'itten withi a
thce finndanimnhd(I doctine of tihe (Oen!a
demnands, w hich werie (indor eed hv
the Thin l Parti men3(h teverve here,
1an(dtV evncari 'ed tiIo. a 1Demicra(1ct ic StateI
(Convent Iiln in Scouth iCaroli, whlen
no( t,ood( wo(rd c cole pa sede for thec
Democira tie plat folrm itse4lf.
Now (Governior Tillhuan hau bcome1T
nanilce of States' righits, and threa(tencis
to stummiouinial the p.wers(i thieState
to re5st Federal' aiggressoin. in this
Governor Tilhnan is n-> in acImicord
wvith the prlinipiilesi of the Alliance, or'
of those whIo adlhere to tile Ocala doc
trine. lHe is doing:all ini is piow~er
t1h>preent the asser'tion of the powver
Alaimed for, the Generial Goverinent.
Fle is nullifying the nrripilo of ihe
very Governmental control of railroads
which lie and his Convention and his
Alliance have which such peraistency
deianded. The United States Gov
(1runient has the railroads of Sonth
Carolina just where the Alliancemea
of South Carolina want it tAo have
them. It has appoinited receivers for
these roads, and ordered them to do
nothing .without its orders, not to pay
out any moneys, even as taxes, with
out first getting an order from an of
icer of the United States. This is a
practical dose of Ocala medicine, and
we are surprised that our Alliance
Governor and our Alliance legislators
and our Alliance sheriffs and county
commissioners do not like it. They
have not only asked for it, they have
d-e-m-a-n-d-e-f it with great emphasis
and most "damnable iteration." In
the Democratic State Convention,
when a few men who did not approve
of the "D-e-m-a-n-d-s" tried to show
some reasons for their opposition,
they were derided and called down
and ridiculed as obstructionists and
"Haskellites" aud all that sort of thing.
Nothing would (o but the "D-e
Well, the General Government took
theni at their word, and assumed con
trol of the railroads, and when the
Govarnor of the State chained the
engines to the track, in defiance of
the D-e-n-a n d-s that the General
Government should do the managing,
the Judge of the United States CurU.t
ordered the State sheriffs who had
dared to beard the United States to
cease to obstruct railroads that were
being operated by the General Gov
ernment in obedieneo to the "D-e
m-a-n-d.s" of "Our noble Order," and
then the fight was on.-News& Cou
A suceesrul iarnier amad Fatler.
John Lanford, sr., at Lanford sta
tion, in Laurens county, has become
(ite feeble recently. H(i has been a
remarkble man. He is tle father of
fourteen children. le has seventy-five
graiid-children and thirt.y-seven great
grand-children. Ie is 88 years old
has been able to lotk after his busi
ness until very recentlY. Last year
he made 900 bushels of corn, 11,00)
bundles of fo,lder, a fair crop of cot
toll, wheat. aml oats. Besides raising
his oNvl Imeat he S)Ll several hogs.
He miarrit,td a sister of Dr. Benjuain
WIofl'i,i, of mur vity. Young farmers
IIghit to initate Mr. T"lanford's exam
ple. lIe settled down on fariing a,
a bu1 siness :a1d by his clhsr and c(10n
simot, ati ution, h ) dignifled an eno
ble his calling. If Spartanburg had
la thousaid volmg 1a-Imlers starting
out in lifo vith the same fixed pur
poist to suceed that, inspired Mr.
Laifoi, -ur agrieiltural interest
woIld get ou the ip grado.-Spartan
burg Cvr. )aily -News.
John S. Willetts, who is known as
the "famioul"s crank anid falso phophet,
stivalled," is still inl the city, with
headqaters at 1118 Locust street.
Hie predicts that the year 1893 will
beC the moitst Oeentfull of all its pre~de
cessors "I hon>ugh all thie past centn.
ries." lIH i prophecies are~ takeni from
the Bible, or by dedluctive re-asoningi
froim the same source. 'The curiouls
mayL find( the folloing worth prese.rv'
img, just to see how neiar the prophet
whot predicted Cleveland's eIlectionl
two years b)efotre he was evecr nmim
natedi comeslC to it:
[The fo.veats- umarked * arec direct
from thle Ui-ble. All marked t have
beenI reachedet by deductive reasoniinlg
from the Bile predictioins. All
imrked 1. are less direct by the same
"By May all Europe will been gau
ed in the most bloody and terr:ibYe
war t.his world has ever seen ; twenty
or twenty-eight millions of men will
ha in the field. It will not last a year
andwill result ini the re-establishment
of Augustus Coesar's Rlomanl imipire,
with Rome as the. capital city over the
ten countries thait at first comprised
St ates will "hVo um" a.s a consequence,
bunt the gap b)etween rich aind pioor,
labor-er and1( capitalist, will constantly
wideni, so that therec will be an in -
(creas-ed number of "strikes," "-huit
down," "lIook-ouits" and local mobs.
Cholera w~ill sweep from the gulf of
Northern Canada, and fr-om the At
lanmtic to the Pacific. It will conmc
with greater force through iSouth and
Cen tral Amnerica, and Mexico with
Cuba. It will also enter lby way of
Boston, New Yor-k andi Philadelpkhia.
No qluar-atinle orl sanitaryv pr-ecauttions
will stop) it, and1( it will continiue inito
Theri- will be no hieavy floods ini
thle Ohio aind Alississippi,' but there
will be0 a terrlib)le dh'lestton of river
pro p'e ty, tow h.oats-, barges, coLal boats,
palcket s, ete , froii Pit tlsblurg on down
by ice anid dIenltinIg debris.
'1Theri will be aln incrleased I nmbecr
of terrific locail s torms1, (VelOnles, (a lb .
l1iakes and1( firies. Theri-e will bie also
ani mer ase m.onbel11111ir oIf I c:d anid gen
er-al coh stiah -Iins ini thei suni, moon(11
and1( stars-, cmtt s- pni iam r met t I-s,
balls of ire, bld iainds, Imarichini
arnies ~m i th e sky, str'eamis of tire awl1(
mar-velou, steallhed (electical disp layvs
accomipaLnied with an i increase15d ra'tio
of wreeksi by seal altil land, ship
wreeks~l-, r-ih ail ad wreekt, 1 mnb.rs,
suiicides, hmi avies ani d cimecs of every
d escr-i ption.
"-~hbnob" w ithi Canlial (Gibb mns antI
thjere wvill ( l'e aff~L papa micio at Wa:sh
inlgton the first year ofhs dins
1B l189&47 Cardinal GAibbons, will be
the pope (if thle western conltinient anda
(Caridinail Lieni(l Boniaparte popeP of
Iihe eastcr-n w~orld ProtIestantismi and
the Thmmian ( atholic, hi ierarichy hmavinig
uniited into- one0 umveresal church by
Ij"TheI Congress" of all churces
thbis sunmer at, CJhicago. will mo1(st
likely tix a plan for the "Universal
"The World's Filir,', fr-om. a civil,
political and dinlomnatin point fviw
will be a total failure, but will be of
tremendous religious import. Finan
cially it will be a failure. St. Louis
will rea) wore profits from it than
any othar city not excepting New
York or Philadelp)bia.
Gladstone will secure home rule for
Ireland and Scotland before the year
is ended, and will die shortly af
ter at the end of terriable physical
suffering, lamented by the whole
At the end of the war in Europe a
"Napoleon will be seen as a petty
prince in Greece or Turkey, most like
ly Greece. By 1895 lie will become
king of Syria. Watch for him, be
cause he is the coming "Anti Christ"
the Lord of the whole earth"
What Hick's says:
The two or three first days of Feb
ruary will bring reactionary storms.
About the first, the disturbancies will
be well dev'eloped in westerly regions,
i, will bd growing warmer, with east
erly to southerly winds in the central
and eastern parts of the country,
while the extreme Northwest will
have a high barometer, with the head
of a cold wave in sight on its way
from the Polar circle. This wave will
press on the rear of the storms,
reaching the Middle Atlantic by the
3d or 4th. Meantime, the tempera
ture will begin to rise it the West
the baiometor will begin to drop
and the storn period, which is cen
tral on the 5th will be inaugurated.
We name the 5th, 6th and 7th as the
days upon which the most palt of the
storm disturbances will transpire.
All storm movements overreach and
outlive the direct or central causes
from which they spring, just as the
waves reach the shore after the steam
er which causes them has passed by,
hence st1rins may begin in the far
West before the 5th and they may
not disapper in the extreme East un
til after the 7th But the dates 5th,
6th and 7th will develop the extent
and inteisitv of the regular pertur
I)ations, so that all parts of our con
tinental storm belts will either have
been reached by the disturbances,. or
know pretty well vhat is approaching
before the last of the dates named.
13e prepared for cold early in the pe
riod to the west and to castward la
tor, according to the progress of the
disturbances. Co)hl fair weather will
be the rule upl) to about the 11th and
12th, at whiio time active secondarv
storm.s maY be exeted; attended bi
markel ciauge to warmor but fol
luwd promptly by a return to sharp
The period which promises the
greatest dist urbances for the month is
central on the 17th. The 16th to
19th, inclusive, was set down as dan
geros days. "Viean" and Mercury
fall together on the 17th, the new
moon is on tho 16th, while Mars and
Earth from March 22 will be sensi
bly present to inctease the over nor
ma tendency to storms. On and
about the 1Gth a very warm wave
will develop, and storms of tropical
chargcter will rush upl from the eqjua
torial regions, attended by thunder01,
rain anid miarked violence in many
laches. Boreas andl Sol will meet on
thme field of conflict, armed with bliz
zar-ds on the north and possible cy
clones on the south side. It will be
the lirst piltch b)attle for the contin
iunce of the winter and the suprema
cy of the spring. But spr-ing, w~hile
peCrmanencItly defeated, will have to
fall back towvardl its equatorial base,
and blasts from the polari regin will
rush in triumph over all the central
p)arts of our land. In plaini wordsM,
sleet andl snow storms, followed by a
cold wave of marked severity wvill
push far southward. High rternpera,
ture, sultriness and lightning about
the danger (lays wvill admonish of
p)ossible tempest and do not forget
that great cold will follow, especially
in the north, reaching up to the reac
tionary storm changes on or about
the 23d and 24th. Storms about
these dates, undler pr-esure of the
growing vernal equinox, Mars' eq,ui
nox andl the moon's first quarter, will
prove severe andl dangerous. Keep a
calm eye on them, and be ready for
returning cold whein they have pass.
edl the month Ends with storm con
ditions hiewing-much warmer to
the west, with falling b)arometer and
possible storm s already dleveloped and
PuoF. HIcKs' WARNxINO TO TUE FAnue
Ma'ny of our readeris are mangers
of large interests, likely to be imper
iled (during February by ico gorges
and flocds resulting to ruich tempo
rary dannning of narrow streams and
rieras. WVe advise that all who have
any-thing to risk from sunrh poss.ile
dlangers, keep a prvudent eye on the
si itrioni andc niegleet no reonafIble)
hnesur to for-estall consequences
t hat.ight o'ther wise result.
R emembewr that March and Apr-il
arec full of Indien,tions for storminess,
with munch cold andl trying weather,
calhing for the best corethought and
preparlations for the care of live stock.
Prpe enreand vigilance duig Feb
ruarywi-1do mre tan mny)pople
ar taar i tiode their stock safety
thoug theil trying sto'rms of MaIirch
and Aprl)o niot count us an inex
periIlene, a fieious ignoramuous, when
n e lurge thaese thmings upon1) yo'ur at
tenio un- wo knou w ji ,1t what we are
siouply to, fill .space. WlehA v'onr
I uccess.fuIl neighbor ianmd See if l. ig
no'res suchl timiely forethought andu
met hods as meay 1)0 gatthered from
those brief hints.
IIave you given thme subIject of youry
waLter supp)ly for your family andl your
sinck during the comiing summe-ir the
attent iona it dernatnds ? Put yonur wvells
anad cisterns i the best of order so
ais iA) scurmle a good supply of pure,
clear water (during the cold rains, of
March and April. Remove every
thing that could, possible c<mtaminate
the water,.or anything else about the
bouse,. and thereby lesson the chan
ces- of the colera pestilence in the sum
mer. Clean ont ymi ndand build
up their embankmente, so pa to fill
them with deep, pure water, uifficiont
to last through the dry, hot summer.
See if you do not baye great need for
it. Secure it while the beneticient
Creator brings it in abundance to
your door. Do not forget or despise
our instructions toncerning places of
safety for yourself and Uamily against
the tornadoes that are sure to come I
and make thir records of destruction
$1.100 Dollar* for Early Tronvatoes.
We are in receipt of a Catalogue
for 1893, published by F. B. Alills,
Scedsman, Rose 1ill, N. Y. Mr.
Mills has a very novel idea in getting
up his Catalogue. It is very plain,
and his idea is to give his customers
a very large amount for their money.
With every order amou-ting $1.00
or more he allows the customer to
select 50, cents' worth in packets free
their own choice, thus you see every
one gets $1.50 for their $1.00.
Among the many premiums offered
for Cabbage, Onions, Potatoes, and
pansies,. we- might mention the Farly
Tomatoes. $500 is offered to any
person growing a ripe one in 75 days
or less from day seod is sown, also
$100 to persons growing a ripe Toma
to in least number of days from (lay
seed is sown, $125 for next and $75
He offers one of the finest lines of
Vegetable and Flower Seeds that
can be found, and prices are very
He offers $1,500 to club raisers
for largest club order and largest
number of customers secured by any
Last year lie paid Mrs. T. B. Young
Rock City, Ill., $500 for the largest
order His Catalogue is very inter
esting and no one who plants Seeds
can afford to be without it- It gives
a birdseye view of his establishment
together with interior views of his
Seed Houses, showing how the work
is carried on, and photographs of
persons who have won Irizes.
fHis Seeds are becoming known ev
orywlre for their excellent quality
and Mr. Mills guarantees to pleas'e
all his customers. After looking this
Catalogue all through we would ad
vice our readers to write for one at
oncee, for it is free to any one apply
ing, and try some of his Seeds this
A Lie Nailed.
I hereby certify, that I have today
delivered to Sloan Bros, two boxes,
branded in stencil "Buists Prize
Medal Seeds," and that the railroad
way bill and bill of lading show that
the same were shipped, by Robt.
Buist, Jr., from Philadelphia, Pa , in
the month of January 189:3.
(Signed,) C. E. WATsoN, Ag't.
Air Line Railroad.
Greenville, S. C., Jan. 1893.
This settles a lie that an interested
party has been )ublishing inl the SEN
rINEL, leading the public to believe if
we offered Buists seeds they would
be old stock.
SLOAN B ROS.
And lie brayed so vociferously and
incessantly that sleep beenmo irnpos.
sible in the neighborhood and life a
constant torture. In utter dlespera
tion, the neighbors threatened to mob
me and murd.e.r myW donkey. After
tr-ying every other known remedy, I
gave him TIP TOP COUGH
SYRUP, and he b)rayed no more, his
voice at once became as soft andl me
lodious as a church organ and its
tones so soothing that, under its in.
fluence, fretting babies sink into quiet
and peaceful sIm11nb er, Every body
here blesses TIP~ TOP.
Sandy Flat, S. C.
The ab)ove is one of the millions of
testimonials furnished by grateful
p)atronIs. TIP TOP has relieved oth
ers, it may help) you.
For sale at 25 cents a bottle at ]
(GreenavHIe, Me. C.
A. M. Morris'
Duke Cigaretts always on1 handl.
Finest line of Cigars in town. Try
Tobace>) from the cheapest to the
and a general l ine of Groceries; Chlea~p
See my Plow~ st(cks, Plows and
Varmuing tools[. W\ill not be undler
I will bo pleased to) see miy friends
wvhen they comie town. CalI in.
I want to buly D)ry Hides, Bees.
waIx, Eggs, or any kind of p)rodutce <I
that I can seU again.
More News as to the Weather next
A. M. MOR RIS
NOxt Sixty Da
ny other things
OW COST. H
rder to handle G'' t
them and hawe a
MBI RICHMOND &D4
I.. W. Iluidokoper A .ieubl
A lanta & hIott -
_____ -Schedule i, effect N
Eaterin Tie. D ii Fo
-1 -- --- - -.- - --- 'e
t" buhamblee .......
i Norerows .....
"i uwane ... -e
" Co el tt............ . .. --
Mt. Air.. ..........
" entrail ....
" rctivn.le..........- -
"1 W elifold-. . . .. . ..
.. Spart,p %tburg . ..0... I
" (-liftuln .... . . . . --..
" Ctowl).1en .. . ... -..
" In '.\ u t'I'- m
"%r G istr ia t .......".
" .o el . .. ... 8 - --
" elize o t .
-So( T11WAnr1) .-77 1
-hl . .35
- Jlo r.... ..... ..
t .Alta.. ... .1... ... 3. A
a -ld wery iuranc. .. .
Nos. 37 and :*0 PullmngSlep
\t atn. ~VThrough Pull manI
N ew York and New Orienns -
ntiatdMemphIs vin Atl - I
inntl. O bservat ion car het we
%'ew Orenn,. .m
NoPS. IIliandc 12. Putllmallh
For detailed Ituformatlo bleo -
10me table1, rates and Pull nt
~ryttlins, confer with loeat, a 1
General Mana6e.1 -s n
Trunile Manager i
Wiilngton, N. C.,
Fast LIne betwveen Charoe
nI lipper Sourth Un~rolinaii
~arolinn. Cindeined .SchedT
No. 52. STA TiON
..35nm....... v Charlestoni, S
8.32nmi............. ne..d y~ -
..3m..... . .mer*
r. l0pm....... - .wInnsb4 l
4.:4imu............Ander ut r>3
i.5pm-.- -.... le.. oatiy" ,.. i
*lnily. No'.. 5~2 nml
Ensi,Z - er
'S(ilicits you r piatroninu
'thls, and I pe r.
'tnth1s, injere'st to cot "- f
lD posita are nnyni
P. . 'l.Ilt ERIUl'e.
Ri . I. EA N s.
W. CS tion, are -
es for i L
Money t i~L CUBE.
1i blmprovedi farm Ian ' r.
wards. Loans~ repayaht
-iits through a per fod
ng~ the borrower in p
thout exhauating hIs
CItyl ' . -*b.s
. \ltrn . f
l'c es 4~.re
I Will Sell For the':
DRY GOODS NOTIONS,
WARE, MEDICINES and mm
nerous to mention,
AT and BEL
I amn closing out cheaplin I
[ES and HARDWARE exclh
OcCome and get a bi
IIayc received their sto
Buy your seed of
RIICHMOND I DANVILLI IsRL CO,
. . Iluidekoper & Iteublit FIoster, 11weelvern
COLUNlIALk A (N D.ml-N VI LLE
Condenised Schedule in effect Nov. 20, 18112.
Trrains runi by 75th 'Meridian Time.
1"etween Columbia, Senea aid Walhalla.
No. II. TIA'EONS. No. 2
l.20ai..........Lv Columbia Ar......... 6.05pm1
[2.05pin............... 1.toll ............. 5. 5pm
12.24pmii... ...........oninarh ........... -1.62pm
I.Impli) ........ Newherry ...........4. .15pm
1.05pn... * .......llla ...-.....1.3 p
1.-161111.......... .('h11ppells ............ 3.31p m11
2.25pin........... Ninlety-Six............ 3.091m
2.50)pm............G reenwood ............2.0pm
3. pm ..............Hodges-............. 2 9P
3.27pin ............. Io nalds ............. 2.llpm
3. -. iI.... ....... li atth ...........1.58pmi
3.M lsin .. ........ Ar Blelton Lav........... I.-llpnm
4.Mlpn...........Lv lielton .r........... 1.35pmi
4.35pn11 .............\ ilorsm ............. p
5. I 1bm ............l' ............ I'1 ap i
4I.)pI ........... r Sem ca L .v...... .... 1 . I m
6.3.-j)m ........... Lv Sem wi t r ........... 11.55nin
7. )1 in. .......\ r W alha it hv .........1. 15am
_.__ );-_._._._ .._ .._._...\___ reenjlTI .___-__.___
*o. 2-s. -T.\ -'FI-O . No. It
1.151>111......... Lv - w . i .\ r ......... . .:Cl pn
1.3.>111n ... ........\r itell-in L v ............ -115p m
3. l1 iji..........Lv Iteltom Ar........... I.25pm
-.1.!tpm ......r W illiamist m .\r........ L.Ir21m
4.08pyim-.. ......... ze r ..............12.55II
4.2t10pm-.............ldm Int.. ..Iliipna
5.)p ..m. .........;. reetiville ............1.1.001n
Between Charleson, ' llia, Alstonl and
No. 13. STA TIO NS. No. 14
6.5htmIn........* LV Chariest n Ar ........10311in
3.1p1.........IV Colmnhia .r ......... .:Npn
1.:)pm--..............\.t N on..............12.4opl
5.'13pn .............. rlisle .............. I . IIi l
5.3'11m ............. S itill ............... 11.:1
5.5W p i ............... I Ion ..............11.171 m
6 '!:Ipn ............. I'lvolet ............. 10.4Ipm
t'i.-l1hLn.....r SpaIrt 0ain.rI LV....l.'!nym
10. 10pm...........r A\shev ille I,..... 7.Olhiam
lietweeni Newbaerrv. 4 'lit11t1on aIn Lau1rens
_____ Ility I:xiiept .Snny.
No. I5. T.\TIONS No. Ili.
II .20lamn...Lv Co"lumbaia .r....-. .5
2.00pIIn........ ....Neherry..... ..1:2.00pmn
3.0ljpm............. d dvill....... .1).56am
4. Ipm..........Ar LauIrets I-v......9.501am
IJetweeni I1lItes atu1) A bheCville.
________________ Dailv. _________
N. I1.TI N1' Nol l').
3.00Ipmi...Lv ltndtres .'. -... .2.2pm1
:1.2)plin............ lhrr)tugh's.. ...2.0pml
3.35pm... ...\r A bbevle Lv... .5.m
No. 11. No. 12.
8.00:m. -.. v I1ondges A..... .. .. .. .3 n
1.25am11...... ......rhtr1rih's ............ 7.15m
8.0am.... ...r .\bbe)LvilCle v... 7.')llam
S. 9.(P) O uil t Ilt N o. 38
6.15. ISm...Lv I ')luinhin1 .\ r......2.40pm11
l1.3011n....A SaI tanah Lv....1 2thim
No. :39. NI). Il0
le30pmn....Lv ('ob1 mbia Ar....0f0pm
5.10p.11...A Sa1vannah)1 Lv.....4.0pm
Parlor alrsi het ec ('ol umObia and
Tiratins leave Spartatnhurg, A. & C. dlivlision,
Ibuled Ilii I: oth bound , 3.2; a m., .1.28 p.
iI., 11l.43 at. m. (V~estibllett lImnited ): westboundt,
W. N. C2. divisIon, R.10 and 7.10 p. mn.. for iIen
1ersonlvilIe, Asheville, Ilot Springs and1( Knox
Trains~ leave Greenville. H. C.. A. & C. divlsion,
lorthbouatnd, 2.441 a. mI., 2.11 p. mI., 6.08 (Ves4Itil
:12.3 p. in. (Vestibuted hliCie ).
Trains11 leave H'eCneen A . & 1.. dllvlision, n1orth
10ot1nd, 1.17 at. In., 12.25 p. mi.; IIouthblound(, 7.58 a.
n., 7.27 p. mn.
Pi'ulimati palace sleeping 'air onl trains 9, 10, II,
tiia 22. 37 11tud .18 on A. A C. ldIvision. Pitilman
ParFlor ears) onI trainM Nos. 13 and 14 bet,ween Co
umbnia and21 Spartainburg.
Gen't Suaperintendient, (Columbia111. H. C.
H. II. II.\III)WI('K,
As' G.en 'I Pass. .\gt.. .\. tihtuta, Ga.
W. II. G IE IliN,
(Gen'l AManaigeF. Waishinigton, U. C.
Geni ' aiss. Agent. Washlinigton, D). C.
Trailie ttaager, Washington, D). C
[Il,il & WEJ,IDON,
22 Mlain Street. GiRlEfN VI IL LIC, S. f'.
(is giveni every Thu lrH)dny at11d I'rida)y, sand
eeth ex:tractecd wittiout paaini.
Is nowi permanent ly loced att Iinsley, lan)l Fe
pr'e't fully oaflfer is) profeNdoaaui servi'es to tihe
ulie genl ernily- _____ jaan9i0tf.
Ma!y D)ental 11001oms are now bllnled in W1. I .
leveand'sI new4~ but ilig 0over thec Satvinag'
banak and lon o's 11loo k Store.
it.(,I. P. C.\,I.E, S. C.
I N TI 5.2',
mice (aver Weatmorelaanei-11 lito Duake 's D)rua
4'. IT'z(lIiA I,
PI'IOTOG ItA P.~I'! I;RI,
Over We.'.tmPorebintI liro'. Iirz, SIore \[
al:) enlargement lar oIlI p)eure Io Inyr
ut. I(. K~ Nare iuia (I:Y il L)Mht).liai.I
lie:al' ofPy5m . n IIge. ofl INa.ior
. ndfm-.ntapn bli. Bldga o
Gre.E-inDgSK 00 )
WM. W. 3A itTIN