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CKENS SENTINEL,
PICKENS q. Hf., S. C.
.1. E. BOGGS, Proprietor do
tel
red at P'ickene Pbstoffice as Mecond Class nai
?'later. t
----- ..to
nCzI pTrioN PMUE, .1.0 per Year invaria- WE
in advance: for six months, 7 cents. ml
rtisementm inserted at one dollar per square
one inch or less for the first insertion and gi
y cents for each subsequent insertion. A iC
eral discount made to merchants and other
rertir-ing for six months or a year. i
'OSiT ION AIWERTIsEM RNTS Posi
VELY-NOT TAKEN.
unry notices exceeding five lines, tributes t
respect, communicntlons of a personal
tracter, when admnissable, will be charged
4 advertisements.
b
IURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 18M.
OV IN I1CAVEN AND EARTI.
Ve cannot better entertain our
Aers this week than to give them s
following beautiful story which b
clip from Word and Works:
Vho believes in his heart that the
"y of the "Babe in the Manger"
ever cease to thrill the hearts of
-tals I It never will as long as
ce are human hearts to love and
ie. It never will I The angelic
ouncement to the shepherds will
w in interest, beauty and joy
i. time shall be no more. It will
v remain an Intnoi tal pleasure to
a to hear and think and sing of
I shining aingels coming downl
r the plains of Beililelium to pro
.m to the humble and astonisled
pherds the glad news of the Sav
r's birth.
Jow often in our own childhood,
well as man's maturer age, have
ill vid iuliagination brought tho
,nderful sene before tis, and whit
Mablo thrills of joy and surprise
ugled with fear have we realizd.
we have drawn, ill Our hot,
ldish fancy, a dim, Judean land
kpe unrolled and sluni)ering ini
soft, oriental night, with fle-er
-Amps of feeding and reclinincg
-d7 reveAled her, and there in the
e sta! light - with the shepherdk
."c and there, heavy with slumer,
un the heavens blaze with Ln on
'thly burst of angelic wings :ni
ird them with their swet. ha .
y faces turned down%wad upon
astonished wttcheirs, Legin their
autiftul song which go( s on1 (4-'IChing
wn tile ages, we havo fet like
iing upon the earth witi anl ov-1
wring wonder which coul n,ot.
defined. Oh, bletsed, clleS
rWlning of guilcless, crtIiloul s
;-ildhood, we shall iever' retu'l to
1,- enchanted sanctlarv-wN% . e shall
.ver hear again froi a swt a Mth
8 lips on the.glad (h'ist 111as mlor
3 story of the 1n1gel ann 3onm ent
the birth of ,JIss, but fill its
ILIy and joy and all tho iImort:l
%)'S kindled by it. are wih 1us to
S day-- a heavenly h.'rit a % ui hib
nec canl deprecialtv Or decstrny
lid all the transitoriness of li's
- ret of our hal- - - hone4 ha
ear'th anid skiL es 4)n the 13 happy 1
r listmas~ mornlinilg with 11the taple's
of love and( hloe anVd joy~ :iii b
-ich listenis in inith to the anigels I
they sing: 'ci
"All glory, l'e to (lodl o1 high:,
And to uin- ear th he1 peace'4;
GIoodw ill heceforth frinl h3'lene to
men'I .- fa
L ws'1 lnothintg Il>re( than nafturlal l|
i the aheherA'O shou1ld have been .a
ed"?I .'l'm<t by suchl an unear'th- D
dlispilay of heav'enly formsnd 311~
Os an id v'oices1-it wasl 13o mioreC than fl
should relize if we shtoubll sud(.
ily find o)urselv'es in the mnidst of ol
hl suirrouindings ;)but it has alwayvs
aI 1ed( str'ange tol uls that suchf
id( be the Case-that 11an1 who is p
r the object of D)ivine love and1( so- ht
tude', shol shrink and shudderu
al faint at the approach of~ hteavn. h<
messengersL:'3i. whose very natures31 vi
-ays 1 cry als the(y c'ome3(, '1Feari niot, I
even joy" W proifes to bluIieie alo
Go ad that the: 0 is al101 b (33 is
.ve~ flh!(d w~ifh1ag(le and1( sp3iritt. m:
in.telligences'H- how the0 whole unih -l
1ne wouldi( be dn:pe)d with the idl C
despair withiout 3-3b a'11 faitLh-n13d 1
IJIgS.it tl 3'u Ie 111 u iE. tmon suc A3 3
e's ofnurl 311lhearthlIy tlungs, tlimt if 33
ruperimtural31 light shouild smh(len'ly n I
:aze( ab1out1 us$ 33nd101 hevenly' form.,
vf3a1 th<m1sd( an34tud rulgs ar1ticu- w
t(d from1 anlgl tngusc' burust uiponl
5 d113d menl w ithi otur f3aces in the
31st. So ighiily1 do1 our1 e'arnal3 na:. b1
3r3 bear- 1013 nsK douwn and binid usM in1i
!is.God of wondertl and' grace,'( h)
w bless the.' and than31k thlee, not t I
si i h33andin our4)11 lows e'st aite,Tat t11hou f
3:t3 cr'eatedl us for' higher' thtintg antd at
ht. Tho3 u shltl vet fit 3us for' comt3- MI
' h'
Uuat th:is heaveny131 iisitation1 did 31
on h1 a ''y)31 anE rd ('31r's. Thel ('om-3 p
ing ). ' .im "who wasH fi 3r lEordain1ed hIe. cl
fore d'Ie foun:datimi of tihe world" hats It,
been' proc0(laimetd thr'onghl all the auges SI
-all the sacrihic'es offered since thle inI
prois tIhat thet see(d of tihe w1omanlf c]
shionid bruise the ser'pent's 1head(, sa
fiom the blood of Abel to.the close of s
the ener1ficiail di1pensation), hand their' (3
only~ real IigniicalNce Si and1( poited. ai
as wvith a flaminng indel(X antger, to thle ol
hial coming of the ILambh of God. (If
All the bea ut1ful hishtoies of Abira- (14
hamil,' Moses and .Joshiua, of Joseph- "'
and David, and all the IKings anid 1'
Prophbets, w(Iee intendled as prepara- ' of
tory' to the final revelat ion and1( work to
of God in the coming of Jesus Christ. th
Thijs great purpose of God, runnlling tul
thr'ough all the opening ages, is plam-. of
li) seenl~5iko an nbroken golden cord, jih
inging all the ancient scriptures It
,o one uufoldiDg and harmonious i
sign. Great and momentous in- t
ests to individuals and tribes and I
tions attached literally mid looaily t
the l1ves and offices of men and v
>men wh.) were temporary instru- I
ents in the development of God's i
'eat plan; but the paramount signif. I
[mee of all was the prophetic rela- i
on they bore to the advent of Him (
bora God has promised as humnji- I
's great Prophot, Priest antd King
or long, (lark ages, moral night hun- i
iost universally about the wori, 1
Lt from time to tine prophietic stars i
lould rise and shine and btrn on the
lack horizon as gleaning harbingers
I the coming day. But as the noI
iminous membert; of wvorld systews
bine only in the reflected fight of
urning, central suns, so every hu
nan planet in the prophetic galaxy of
.nte christian (Iys, iat his best and
>rightest shining, hung only as an
Prb of light inl the gross (larkiless,
'eilecting the effulgeit rays of the all
tirions Stns of lt.eousness which
vas to arise WithI healin.g in His
One thing that has lhvays stagger
!I human faith and hope is, that a
housand years with God i. as a one
lay, so that mIlenl in all ages, in their
reat inIa1tienco, have Coiited that!
Uod is Sl.1ceonicernling HIis purlpOsils1
and protnise--. But chilhrei grow
ilipatielt with tihe l 1ist Living pa
relt(, wh1arhiilg all p)OS6ib4e
haste to Stiply tilt ir miints. 'I'l'e rllos
startling thig in tlhistory of the
WtirI is, thA t 1 even a lay with (d
ih.illyicoms ti anl cind. At Ilast, inl
the hilln1ess of tiwl, the long, dark
Iht .f toisands of yeals Ias Italut!
to disa:ppear, anid all the pro(phe(tIC
h-lits to lose' thelisolvi-s inl the per
foet davni of day. Menl on eartlh are
lnottn lV i1lpI(-SSed wi.h the fact that
a g Iat. evoltlon frain heaven is
ab1olit to be accompislished, bilt the an- i
ge.s theilselves, who for lges hmve
th+,,,ile(d to un1.1derstitill the Imsterv
f tied'sprollise cnc1erlilg the chil.
Irlel of ilen, have solved the pro
lin aii uirlerstnid that ia Rtleenier
o:e wh ) is m11igity to slive --i4 Iboult
t e stIt. 'lhis is a beaiu1tifll ald
khesstil t ilti lit ,iid o1e which Ii
r(11ts cealy witli reason anid r...vela
11n), thilt is. tlant III)oVOts 118 al d ear
Ar ti the DINivine1" Mind i is n ail'ele
,Id](r Itf infignes h re inl futll
Inllllpitliyl with u1S, and w first re
-iefromi the Infiniito Father new
1evelatitnls (d IHis 1111poses, and who
ro tirullgh1 the ute'iost. parts of
tle ('21rth as III illistkering Ilngels, ]Ill
pessig the ililids of Iine wit ih that,
which is 1Ine14 to piss. It is i trilth
th(-clin e tsst ti rsn
>ws b)(ore, aIlnd( ther(t is a diviie
rause forI thle tilwx plainledth.1ie
till. 01h, ba auitifui l t-i th, l1:-ping a in
mAdlne,loni edwt smiund.
11, ht,,,t, and1itbl rivers andit plnill'
11ha.bitted bY Ilnt-n wholl hear the ir11
Ige (of G(,d, 11nd o)verhun11g with thlt
I iinitv 11nd Altarr ' .k Its--- what at Spec
ncl ! Aiql vet w it ita li e, Ltst
it'Il is all the roundIi notihil and al
Ihait nIres up'on111'I ii alnd wha 1t desiru
- on l *I,me a4irus anId ill aal
he; iieldsI' of I'pace'h. if tln-re aric
t'JvenIly. inlte.llig'enees anll hea'venhl i
'enlts i of iighit I -adiniig inito tiegret L
lade I of' God, anid the ange3lic mnes
ligers $r m1C ovinig ill antI out, im 1
''-5;fng the m n~lds 01 Inen! w ith the
et thait things aire coining to pass I
the eart h-- things w. hit-l for alges
ive' ben foretold by Go(d's prop1hiIts lI
idt w.lihi hlIave beeni oh I (cord ini th it
C atn u n i ii and ii lt 'l'e le base il '
ISToe great. Pot in i ted hitory
'itlxheyin's of nwn tre nowii~c 'reudvI
r it aintI t.hicl e ie snihliig th'e
rohfs n t'iltelun the gatsof
.uas to. oor, the'righ(~ ted shop
ti d l", whyar, yIe Pi Id ( osae 1' The
tilenu ai whichiyt r inbt'Ihi' an tieai li
ien yourlti iaes and g aitlu is h lt in
raiatin of odaristht' ac it'
'it tis a'o Il t is'n and ll1id larn
thnelr thea~ MigtyGd the t'ieer
rtrnp athe the bric toi 11(5-.
.e ,I''t e gclan outrn all .t.le it
d a oiemrushed tlo lgito the hillsiif
et'hlehtemt andgh makl the. ciagln
hisgrnet.hat ai prlg, listd
iv t le h stctii ind ihlOor mu'Ist
t ear nt' it'sall rd up or hehnglsi
hatit burnI iing desh-e w ha tiitv -
gre,at he~"Anden, abifin hmust
te tenv oired bese 'ory, jth in
lisae multid e togoon uch "
to edn iy prnts day tnhe asthy
Daerin, an Sarour,e wifh ites wrse
>ontd ith ustey had o ed
ile joyful words when the angell
iiltitude> whom lie had distanced ii
lie flight, rushed into view, and find
ig that there was nothing le't ft)
hern to tell, poised on their shinin
ings in inid-heaven, they burst wit
lie voe inito that, .horal song whic
s sounding on, and( which shall v
ill all the earth and skies with lnu si
.11d joy, "Glory to (od in the higi
ant 1 Peace on earth ! Good will I
lienl 1"
Oh, joyful, magical, blessed Chris
Ias tilue ! lay the echoes of thr
wavenil song fail in the sweet niel,
lies of pardon and love. and pea(
)pon every heart, and every hoine ini
which this message shall colli ! Mv
L.Verv soul be toucled and softened ii
to the teniderness itild love and pity 4
Him vho catte in tho maiifer, w
poured out upon the world the bounw
less love of God, and who wentt u
froin us into the miansions which t.
is preparing for us in our Fatlier
house. bV way of the Cross and Olivet
%% Ito is to iass fron the lionie cire
onl earth to the lotie above the colilit
-ear ? Shall other, fat.her, Iuz
balld, wife, brother, sister, frienld, I
with us when Christmas comnes agaiv
Oh, let this be Cne of unallove<l lo,
alid joy. Let thosa Who have ft
lialnds opel tiiemn to the ermpty pain
of those who aire poor aor l ni F. F
uvery boinm with joYfIl s1r1prises I
the ldear, conii<ing little ones', anl e
ery heart, with loving remembrimeem
Hi whose blesi( birth tle wlo
round world is celet>rating. Let e
1,inuget antid sepanute<I friends III
tn-ighbors invet, forgtve ald veal
aro0ldvachl oth1-:rs hivarts aund iolnl
aL .ain the strtg, to:ider ties of lo
and friendship. Thioso whiorn v
ought, and 'whoin we ittenlded 1So1
titmle to forgive, will not bo Iere ne
Chris.tnas tie, or we ourselves w
Le bc.voil the reach of the long i
t.,!Idvd bmt, loll"' delayed f>rgivenef
aind love of others %lleI the hIAy bel
ring out another happY christin
inor. Oh, let Christ coino in ! L
pe0 acald love tid joy fill earth at
UOkk Sale.
STATE OF sOU'II CAROLINA,
("0ounty of Pieckenls.
W. F. 1Hayes, et. Il.
vs.
D. . ietiilricks.
Ctkinplalinlt fo)r parition.
In pur-suance of a deetial ord
IMade inl the ab1ove stated case b
lion. W. 11. Wallace on 27th No,
Ik1:. .I will ell to the highest bit
Jer 1i fo:e the court hoimse door v
Pielotns during thle lh,gal hours ft
ale, mn
Sniedhay inJaur
next,I lh fllowing d<.cribed re
All thatl *v..rtainl pieco, Imrcel c
I nict.o4f ltnd' lying being sittate i
lhe coiultY adi State af4?rS1ii, (
hevild watvI-s 4f town ervek, cmnthinlin
[hrev hi: dA an d eihtyevv!n k8
er rur rh ss, aldjollii", land
ts the Oe irge letid aitks hIrt pha- ,;
ol libe silel in three triacs, platts
h-rk's oliee and exhuibi ted day~ c
e.
T er-ns: One thlirdi cash, balanuct
ii Ite antd two years. tilite secCure(
v botnd andt In >rtgag ofti et rn
.B. Crane,
vs.
-lizn A. \liles, et. aI.
All thI at, PG-e'e parcel or tract o
ind ini thet. ciunty and1 state afo)re
a id, Cin banclih waters of Wol~,
mC(k, adjo initig land of W. T. Bow~
ii, Rutt-ssel DIuke, %lar~iv Ann Stinit]
10tt)10 Cuiris ittre ir less.
tls thttCi othtr pieCe parclel 0
it of [lan ini said Viountty andt statt
Clear thle corpiiiort liinits if thle tiowi
f I'iekens, andi soth o i(f said toiwn
ontaitting t wenty six (2) acres iorlt
r less, oil w xhi Btun~oin ibe Art.e
ow lives
Also4 all I hat uither lot or parcee
itdC adj->iing huinds of Henry Law~
ilini, atrtl the last aive truenitoniet
net, contitnitng t wenity acres (
t.r e ori less.(2
10e, 11urchalser i > ay fir paisi)i ,ua
cor hng the saiue.
J. M1. S m'WAlIT'1,
D ec. 14, 1898. rkoCt..
I,. CiTiint. i.
EXOllA NO E NTIAHLES,
1:-i st-1:Y .\ N i li a :Nxs. s C
iirrinii:es,tig li ii ! Si i Itbn norse' ni non
VALUABLE PREMIUM S
Ropp's Calculator
alutabitle 1o fr it Farinetr andi lu sliuess
'C.1i.
- -- ~ A 1 ll1- ICI.
M4P(DON.
IITai-: Gul:A s<C 'Till:ltN FACiltl,Y
eri toi erC try Yeoro siubie tier li- :rTIif of
t' welty! Ntews nadii I'our ier, t yeair
i'th tPremgiumi ii.. . .
Cvi n ly elw C lad i tuier, LIm th
sA1 t itt t.otPlF.s .\ N (: 111CclS.s
Auddress:t
a QV
r
Bargains in Millinery
b1 -:0:
Felt lias .25e., former pric, .75.
'elt h1tt"" .650., former prif, $1.00.
Felt huts *1.C0, iormer price, $1.50.
k- Felt biats $1.25, former price, $1.75.
111mmiel HIatt to 00 at I sacrifice.
CHRISTMAS GOODS ARRIVED.
MIS4SES ROMS,
126 Mnin Street,
Y GIEENVILLE - SOUTU CAROLINA.
I- T
)f. r
It. V 1 WL LIAM S,
P'IIYSICI.\N AN) SUlGI-ON,
I Is now perinanentiv lovatet at Plick eji and of
feis him j,r4)f-%onal serw ii,.. to the town a1nd
strrotimilg votiltry. j.-l1s answered at all
(iet ainl residence at the Griffin house.
out. '!dth 93.3..
I Ll, & WI-II:DON,
o122 Main Street. -. Eli-EIN.LLE, S. C
. Gas iven very tiurm(liy and Friday, and
- teeth ext riwted n ithoit pain.
10
D . J. P. CA ni .ls ,
4, 01lice over Westimorclaind Ilros & Duke'N Drug C
Store.
.8
ljan9tfGREIt-NVIL L'.i, S. u.
I'llYSICIAN AND Sut ON,
Il
11. PIwK ENg, S. C.
s WI"Calls answered at all hours.
-tiaugthn,!I1!, -
ts -yINSOR
S. S. CIrTTI'N IlIEN, Proprietor,
Ld
Main Street, G Ityi lNVI,LE S. C.
- V"..A i r%t-class hot el at f 1.50 per day.
AuKu t, 3ast -3in.
C. ITZ- L,z.I,I. ,
P1 11OTOGi HA P, 11 Eit,
GiI:ICNVILL E, 9. C.
Over We%tnuoroland Ilrom'. irug .Store. All
work donw. hr tile ins1tiltuleouis proess. A I,o
llake cill.r9eln)ti fpl ro 1iob idf W ttires to a:y
sir. inl water rolors. crayon, India ink, oil and
Tpiin p,hotograph's.
Hi 0. 150wi*r. L. ?-'. (:nltLnr.5s.
I 1 OW E N & (CH IL1,i>iUlS5,
1-1,-1INCYS AT LA W.
1li- .NS,-S. C.
Will prneti'e in st, aid IF eral Courts.
a USI i't attoentio gtvcn to all busiles.
I E N 1) QR N :l> rt-oeIful, y itforhi s his
1, i tro - n, fw in that he la fitted up
rton iver , we,i r-d whier- he n ill 'ontiiue
tw0 wh e . i -t. sha.111.o,-. A-<- th 111(w
irti,t. PyI:. 11.;:~' by .%trict ind i1roviint at
n i t y ou i toinge inl the fu
!Mi1he Fos An Chwta 1a .
k A1 .in- , Io P ".
I h bs m thein. -land.r~
neytha N midbyANY TE'1N Soth.
WTr. dfri.
JoelCi.ndh- IIirri . (tthe toe te)
regn~'!!arly emplJ)oyedI byi it.
A- 3. Wier (Sa:rge. Pltnketi) has a week
iudyarid K ipling, Firmnk Sinek ton. IHichatre
alicolnih ,b>hdinston, atnd the be'st Ii tcrarv
1ius of thle wori conibute ito its coI
IT I8 A MAGAZINE I
AND~f EYElly. Issi:E IS .XN EI:CATOHt
('N ~ ~ (()A YEAR.
Agents watedo in (very 10(enlit y. Money
foir tin.tnts in woik ing for it
MEINDFOI" A PIPEVOPIE0%.
NE.ND I via. ti' ' .l.iresne8 of yourie'lf
N43 X an i Im-t i a;bor who wvant free cop.
N A .H *,: le ; 9-Wrt for iagent's terniia.
ST/'-in b of six ior live I)ollarsi a year.
ATLANTA 'OA.
I PRICE
I)eaalr L1~r A aim a l o iui
ulellSl.
00Iiw,wehav lirii lnuin eidxi
mdnngi iher ae tranetasoPa.
her faiyiut injuryo.M andil kaee are tap:
HOSPITAL.
For all kinds of Sprains, Bruises,
'ractures, etc., of Silverware, our
=medies
NEVEfRt..FAIL.
Silver and Gold Plating done cheap
We repair almost anything.
)PTICAL PARLOR
ad skilled attendant.
W'No charge for Fitting.
. P. Collins & Co.,
113 Washington St., Greenville, S. C.
P. S. Old En;;1iih Watches chang
d to stem wind.
june22d'93 ly.
/lcAlister & Bentz
All goods'~ ini all Departlmenits to be.
!d1 without reserve.
The Stock CcmprisePs White
I, Blenched Goods, Cloaks, Carpets,
'c.
Everything must be sold for the
Parties indebted to them will please
ttle.
Now isi the time to got a bargaini.
[cALISTE3R & BENTZ,
(A reeniville, S. C.
)o You Want'
A 100 Cents. worth for
$1.00?
10 Call on
1. DENNIS.4
DO YOU WANT
to Save Money?dI o Buy Your
G. 1L DENNIS,
PIck ens, M. C.
ct , 93-jan 1.
SolentIflo Amerloan
Agency for
9 CAVEATS,
TRADE MARKS,
DESION PATENTS.
COP'YREOMTS, etc,
IvranttkenmoU7u I a brought beoe
he pne f aot,to gvenfree of chargo in theo
$Ait#tifi au#e%iGN
1ess'r1 , atton Wse tfl e in the
UiPRICES .-.*
GENEROSITY I
t1tock Increased ani
POLITE SALtSMEN WILL j
We can truthfully tay that we were never bette
ourcloseht and most exacting customers.
An Novemaber
Asticeipate% Decei
yot'r Wantf, and boulglit nevor(lingly of such goods
realize that In or<der to secure your trade we nti1st
Even if we were not oursives dispuedt to deM Li1t
ossV by the pitiful tue Of "11ARI) T Aii'' ."
Wo have everything that is new int Dress Goods,
ive you a list and quote prices ona everything that
would be like lying d%3wUl on oe
to judge how a FATHER 13EI) woul<d feel. Don't
,t ite monly WiLy. I eatt3ot * I 'es ii the arriiv ii!
is the Only way we can -auillmee Yoi tat we uen w
$10.4
Worth of goods fron ts for cAsh, and we will glveyc
Df yuorbelf-the painthig alone Is worth more thall,r
T. A. WALE
t1 MAIN SrmXZJ1
1'. S.- WE don't ask you to buy Ten D>ollars wor
RICHMOND I DANVLLE , 1, CO, TH
,-',r
Samuel Spencer, F. W. liuiiekop -r ind 1Reubin
Foster, ieriver:..
COI7MilA AND Glt::NVILLi.
1)\1 VI I i) N.
Condensel Schedule in effect June 1. 1893.
Trains run b>y ;ith Aleridita Tiue.
1- i No. 12 Lv
D)aUY STATIONS. i11g
7 I3am... v. t'harieston, A r.. . ..l.
t 2 t0an ........ " Co lA i. ' ... ....4 in
1203prn ......- - " i ".... 3epin
12 18pm ........ . . ........ 3 14pni
12 pm ... speri " ........ p
2 W0pm ....... " Nt,whertv *- ........ 3, "
)251pm11........ . lit.;V1n,' ' ........ 2 351 m i
3pin.........C lp s .ll ........ 1 .56
2 1891o ........ ".N ihiety Six " ........ 1 3?pm "
2 7pC........"G retwovl ". ........ 1' n
3 20pin....I... - l11 ii ' ... .3 m
3 3511m - ..... "Hnne: Path " . 12 I3,o
3 335pm ............ r Be!(Im 1. ...... 11 -1pm
4 00" x... ,v l-1on A r ..........11 10m
-A e4ip m1...... ..... . A tl r o . . . .... t 1,0111
4 54pm ............i lleton ............10:*!m
5 301n ........... \ r Senei t I,v..... .. 10tR1ip 1
5 35pn........ ..L v Seneva Lv ..........li 1 o
0' '-:in. Ar W i lina Lv.,. .. 1) :t Itn
51p m..... r G ri.eiiville .v......... 1 5pm
Between Anderson. lellon and Greenville,
- Da i ly.
No. 12S' AT P S'S. N 4). At
3 08pi......... Lv \ider.,on A ........ .1 307p
3 40pm ............ r lie!ton L % ............ i II-5 m1 .
4 010pm ...........Lv Belin \ r ........... i : pm '
.1 20pm ........Ar Wii inin-ton -t.......11(T in
4 2Cpm ....... ...... P'el zer.............. i :1p m1)
4 -101ipm .............Pivdm,l mmat............10 4pn
5 1 5Pm . .._....Grenvile............1013pm --
Between 1harletim, Cultmib!a, .lston aid
Daily.
No. 13 ST. TIONM No. I I
7 0pnm ........ L v ""Wtr!eston Ar........10.:N1m
I I 20aim. ... Lv Colimlpia Ar.. .1 R i.1
12 15pm... ........Aston......1110, -
I0Wpin -- .-- -..- ir,is!e-. . .. . . 14 h
I I4lm ... .. ...... :tt e . . 11 :1 p ml "
I 17 1) . .............. 11 lipm "
2 10pm . . .it....... .... .1-11p
223: n-- . -eolt ...... .......lu .. . ' p "
25011p11. r Simonibui rz .v ........ T.0t;m "
8 40p%in. . A. . r A-shevil!c v ......... S
1i1rween Newherry. (ito Iaurnn::
No. Li. I il . s
I ':0 .........L.. (' ....: ..: . A
I i n............ Go i *i
2iNo.i G. "
. 4.1.Itm
3 05pm.......v lIed e .tr
' 25pm ... . . i.. . rr-;..b's..l
3 48p..... .t r .\ :s vi. i1.I
so. 9.\ i
240pms... ..1V Hotg 4.r. . 0
I 00pmn.... ......):.r.t
I I5pmi... ..\r .\b'I-evi;:e lv 11 ..s8: "
Conneeticor via, South li lou id bT road I
6s.45iain.. . v (Wi' 1 nhini .\ r. ... 4 .Opin
1.30im..A r Savna::ira Lv..... lo. ..
Nos. 13 ani it inre solil trains, .et ween C'ha:-les
on ianul .\shevil!e. .
Thirough etich~ bet ween Si.varniall amri .\heI
'ille oni 1i a'sl 13. ,
Tlratis Iriv Sp:t tahri , A. A C. <ivo I.,n
iortliboutuli. 1.13 a. ini.. 5.05 p. ii.. 1'P p. in. ,~ \a.
ibulced lio: ed i: .o,uithboti. 1 a- n m. 'I p.'
n,., 11.37 ai. ig. ( \estiVr:e Iimit d I: w. s bt :1 , "
5.N N. C. dtiion,(i #.21) nnd 3.it p. in. for l'etan
lersonvi!le, A\sheviIle niot pings.-.llo
Tlralini leave (; rtenville. S. t. .\ A-I t. i!i
iorthbouiiiio, 12.-12nI. in .4.05 0 . in.: -: 1 \-ttiu
it .i.(\e tb lt limited iii;!.iri .2.)c o i(
Trains ienv" .eneen, \. A.-* I. 'I' -ison,1 i n .
Olitid, 11.30 pi. l>i., -:.2;; p. omn.,1 n i I
.otlhounri, 2.3:2 a. in.. 5.:5 p. in. ial I 7,.m
l'lulimnii Slre:pier ont 131a i lii ietI 1en ('hn i' \1
(in tind Ashevillie, v ic Cu!iuinb htiam 'iji irtani
tirr,
I'ullmati palace sle.eplng 'er on tri.ins 35an"
.37 and 38 on .A. A I. < ivi.zon. .
Gen'i Superintir-ncient,I t'o! un,.in. S. .
S. ii. 11 \51 11W It '
A '&t Geni 1l'aiss. .\ gi.. .\t ,.at a, .
Gen'I SI nutger, WSigten' i, D) (.
W. .\. TI'K.
Gen'i l'an. .\renr.Was.hinigton,. .
St II i \.
Tr'itfiile SInnigr.V Wsingiljtin,l).
Save
Paying
Doctors' :~
Bills
B. B.UB 8LODAL
THE GREAT REMEDY
- FOR A.LL BLOOD AItO SKIN DISEASES -
Has beEdS thorough ly testeod by cm.
inert physicians and the people
for 40 yoar,, and nover faita to
} er Jckiy and permanently
SCROFULA, ULCERS, ECZEMA,
RHEUMATISM, PIMPLES, ERUPTIONS,
and 1Lasnor of EATINO, RPItEADIlNG end
ItUNNilt B ORES. Invariably cure. the miost t*n
ioathaoofse blood diseaseu if nlrections are fot- a i
towed. Price $) per bott.le,0 bottlesaforp$5 For lt
sale by druggiat.
8 ENT FR EE WONDEiVsiTJ?URE8. [I
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. 'Ne
7.1.
ieeee eee eee frewoo'e ,oe*
S'IE TtIPANS9 TAlit'IJ2) re ilte thio rtomnh, * 1'd
.liveer and bowesI, puirtfy I5 iil ood, ni J .ht.s- 1:2 I:
ant to take, mefe and alwaa cietfictual. A rehaible
remedy' for Iliioune,. Itlotuthes on the Faiice,
liright's D)isease, Vntarrh. Colie, (onstia tion,
Chronlic Dirrhma. Chironfo iver 'roubiie, lin-. :3i
boite, iSOrdered lltoenisch, Diazitiens, lyw.ntery, 5
Loas N Ap tt, Me errlnNnn
tion, Pimp,lochoiBoo
to t~.head'o SliI a f 11o w 3Com.
ache,Skin Dis - neRu
Btomin.iTired l eeling,TrpuId in I
iIver, Uhecrs, - n i r-rt
andoevey iith- er )ympiItOlin
or deiiia that rcrlefo h
impute tbloodi or a fauiurc in thnpoe rf m
Ance of their functIons by thu st'.mnoh, tlver aid
iintestines. Perruinigivenc to overeinting nre ben.
eIlted by taking inlii tabiuie after each mnenl. A
ciontinueducno of tIhe Ititcinic Tiiibulca ia the surest;
' cure for dhstlnate Ccnstiation. They einains
nothing that ean hic in juius to t.ho mostit del.l
cate. I gra E2. 1-2 Irrn $1 .1 f-wros.s 75S.,.I
I44 eross l5 2inta. Pu-t by mail posrtawau. -
Addr i-. E if* tPANS CL*.\llCAL CO iVAY,
SCH60L, ClIURidll, #Ai
-ANO COUlS HlOUSE
FURtNITURE
* GAMTh BBS K &(I,
SIC'nuVILf 4 . II. s
r~i
SQUEEZED I
XPANDED!
L Still Increasing.
LWAYS SERVE YOU.
r prepared than now to thit the demands of
esber
we haave AvaticipAied
is you buy everyday and furthermore, WO
Pter every honorable biducement we can.
:tALL we are forced to the greatest Uxma
Trimuingi and Millinery, but to attempt to
vo have In btock that would ibtirest you;
vou understand? Come and xee our goods;
belutiful good" of all kinds, coine for that
tt we say. Buy
30
u a life hize crayon and Ink painted potrai(e
'1n Dollarls.
ER & BRO
TAAL DRY GOODS 1
Lh at one timo in order to get #
E RICHMOND & DANVs... ,, .
uinel spencer, '. W. Iltildekoper and Reubin
1-oster, Receivei.
Atlanta tt Charlotte Air-Line
IDivisidon.
Schedule In eTect July 2nd, 1893.
N InolMI. No. 'O No. 1il. No: s
1:aternk Tiu, Dally. Daiy. Daily.
Atlanta 1 TL..m. I OP
h e l t J u c e t i o n . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C ,.. , I I,c,ias ...... .......... .1 0 ::11ri .
Chr...................;M....
P> tuti;.....................10
D u ..... . ... ....... ... .... t 0 m
wnce .. .... ..I I1aM
Buf( ord .......... , 11 l3a .
'lowery iach . tj 2(Som
Cafint sv il le. . .... 114am 22p
New 11-Aland ....... 11ZI EU . ...
White Vulphur.....
l la ............. 12 Pm
...........
. M t A r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 P 1 1
A . .s i l . ... . . . ... . .. . . 2
T . ............r , o5p li m.
Nit Air d........... 9 k5j: Ill I W'pu. . ...
It- '10Cm ..... ......
S ............ 7 I 2 p
nar liak.. . .. ... .. . . .,
1 i e .tm n..ter ...2 .1.ni
Riclhatild ....... ... .... 2 7r . ..
Set .............. 10 1 i
4 ea m e .................... . * I a
('ahot i ........... 3
S al ............ 7 3 u 4 3 P
I e t ..... ...... n .
1 S!e . .. . .. . I I tre 1, m 3 :i,.:.ni .
Sa ! ...................3 1,-i1) .
reCe vil! ve.......... I m 4 Cr,ll
1*aylor's ....... .....
Srs..............lp n
0 II li 'm. ... .. .. . 4
W OI f ........... 4 4
F'tir Fmreq j- .........(0tn
mia,tnug Ju...... .......
til .. .......12 G V
w p ' ............. . . . . t_ ,j ,
T hickcily .......... . . . . -n . . . .
U:si s ........... I b l 6 Wpm
1llki,-urg........ 6(ri 7C#pm
r ri . a........... .......... 161$rn .
Rin'.;' Moun tainl... .... .. 6 1,?m . . . .
-vl: anir a ............... 6 flu .
I.oweil ...... .... . . 7 L ........
fiM- Ca w nt .......... . . . . . . . .
I. o . ...................... 7
;t 1.-pm . 7Of m 8 04pin
.... . . N . 1Nm
Ga l'aa... ... 1a Sl an I
ltPaaa..1,t... a.... f 10 m
1 aa......... pinla
I a'a a~............. ..... 1 i 3an
S2.'p :I 4iain 22p
paa..s~a.r.... .. ....b 3 t00n'n
Jar aaa~.a..................14pma
i aa..s .. .....2 aaay
l~or i............ ..... 1 30pin
9 61:an 44 0pm 1
.. .. .. 1 a.n
I a~.a~..................2lpm .
I t~at................... 3l8pm
305m 4-1iflm
~~ra;:~i~ er............. .b4 1m.
.. . ....3k.
a tao4.........aa 62tpm.
. . . . . 3-.p
a.--...... 5(.Olm
......0i0m
I i12 i 5 l3a pm -.p
I'.llaIa~a..... .....-.... 52.pm
a ~...................aa 15 a60m
I Iit4~~I .... ..i37m
841a tnj(i: Cp
......................... m
........................ 7 2pmi.
..........................7 .I)..m .
a.Iaj.............,b0rm .
r.....h......................m.7.4...m....4p
No.iatl~~:~ * %. io.1:j1 No
a,oa clinlllo lIl. Dila lyNt.D16,!y. Mi' 1
-ati -aa . iaI. Ag at . ~'il~ 1 l l p b
IV . '1''.4
- ent- Mtt. -g. - - -a-- - --. D.10.m
(.re-aa. .. - - -.. ..... iaita ma
i%IabP:rl...l...ll2.4-t, A.;r ti0ia M
i't .'hi ett -l - - . . ..i..i'e
ST s. . . .. .. ........ 2.o3Lm
SP rt n :......S b m .mp
- isa m bu rg . a.l. .. ..r .;p
11'1 r I-rs -.......ta ...........(-7pm n
ali tor --......... ........ ..240 pm4
.... (I %(.. .....2.mu a
rii .... ..ac l.... ......45 . Ipn
na2'...... l.ataem..... .4.(:5m
rli ..-,'i...... i... ........ . . 4 ir
l-la. y-......... ...t I.48n 4 25pm a
'a t.. ........a(1... . .... 4 4 ipm i
.......b..n............ ....... Zapmi .pm
lJilaa. ... .... . ...:.aaaaa a 10 4pm g
"aIetI . ........... N.0a (58.92m
lall.d.....A ..ev.. ..... 5 p
restlln anli te...... ... 564p
. ?'Aaa '------- ....... 636ym..~h,ataj
I t FX'-- --.... . eu48pm .
r'aia, ia Ih a '''' (h a.viaea -*- -
all 'II ,. 'i ili -- ---.-- r 720pm~ara,Ne
---------... sjaaaal owa ... 725ipma a.
a-';tIall Ca 5Iht am 7 (~oSno a

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