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PICKENS SENTINEL
PICKENS C. H.,.$. C.
J E. BOGGS, Proprietor
itered at Pickens Postoice as 5sond Class
Matter.
SU BSCRIPTION PRICE,1-.0 per Year Invaria
bly in advance; for six months, 75 cents.
Adve, tisements, inserted atone dollarper square
41 one Inch or less for the first insertion and
fIfty cents for each subsequent insertion. A
iberal discount made to mnerchants and other
0 vertihin . for six months or a rear.
VY-POSITLON AD)VERTISEVENTS P081
TIVELY NOT TAKEN.
04ituary notices exceeding five lines, tributes
of respect, communicatIons of a personal
character, when adnissable, will be charged
f or as advertisements.j
THURSDAY, JANUARYW1894.
The Bond eame.
TnE SENTINEL is willing 'o admit
that Secretary Carlisle understands
the game better than it does, but
with the widespread and very popular
demand for more currency, this was
an opportune time to shuffle out to
the people all the silver cer
tificates the accumulated bullion
would staad. The reason of this
must be that thtre is already too
much silver 'for the amount of gold
outstanding. A yawning deficiency
was thruatening the credit of the
Unitod States, and this too, with the
mountainous McKinley tariff law in
full operation. The fact is that law
has been strained to the utmost to
maintain a corrupt and extravagant
administration, and yet statesmen
w,ill stand lip in congress and oppose
the Wilson bill with panegyrics on
the blessings of protection. Thous
ands will be deceived. They will
not have sufficient consideration to
link cause and effect. They innocent
ly gulp down fiction for fact. ' hey
will not stop to consider that demo
cratic notes have to be given to bal
ance republican accounts-that Car.
lisle's bonds are printed on Foster's
plates. The star eyed goddess of
the Courier Journal, who would at
one deFperate plunge, leap from the
limalaya of protection to the low
tide of free trade, has given his un
qualified endorsement to an immedi
ate j."-w of bonds He has waged
unceasing war on the gold bugs.
This should allay every suspicion
that the administration is looking to
the interest of any besides the people
whose servant it is, and to whom it
knows if must account.
But we confidentially expect that
the surplus of revenue received under
the operation of the Wilson bill and
the income tax law, will be much
more than a match for the bond
issue and "all n ill soon be even in
our gover-nment."
The newv bonds will b)e in sums of
$100 to $10,000, and be offered to
the peole from Maine to Texas. So
have your spar10elhange ready.
Timse To Re Called.
The pliitic-al leaders in the State
are still laying gr-eat stress upon "ro
form" andl "the movement." The
voters will call time on that the next
thing we know. This is 1894, and
reformn officers were put in all along
the line ini 1890. We? proudly p)oint
to th fact that atto'rneyis' costs have
been aboli shed, and( that, only in
form, for the pesky fellows of that
ilk are flourishing more and more,
andc it is p)resmlyl on costs. Some
other II'mo( thlan reform will have to
be paltenlted, or those of us who want
office will have to run on something
else. But It wats Judge BJenet, who,
in one0 of his speceb'hes, said thu party
plat formas are lke-A' platformsa, "To
Fei'o,o to-ide on." This has
Ten ver-y emphatically illustrated,
but we never would have known wnat
reform was unless we had tried it.
Now, let us preserve it as it is, and
not allow it to be disfigured by sel
fishness and ambition.
The Palmetto.
There ip something in a name.
The Palm.,t,to on the whiskey bottle
has a large trophy. South Car-olina
has gone into the brewing business
in Charleston as successor to the
Palmetto Brewing Co., right at the
old1 staid. It succeeds to wagon,
harness, vats, kegs and all the other
p)araphernalia belonging to a well
r-egulated brewing establishment.
The only change likely to be made in
the output of the concern is, it will
niot be so particular in gauging the
per- cent. of alchohol that leaks into
the rice beer. The former high
standard of the larger Leer will be
studiously preserved, only the price
will be a little advanced to cover in
cidentals.
Str-ict good templars will not drink
beer, but so many prohibitionists
will drnink beer and whiskey, the in
di :iCual fact is seine apology for a
proud prohiIbition State going into
the business of manufacturing and
retailing.
It is pretty clear now that if the
reformers hold a March convention,
South Carolina will follow the metro
politan exaImple of the anti-Hill men
in New York, and hold an anti snap
per convention latev in the summer.
If the conservatives willteit quietly o~n
the fene, "antiL'apper" will be at
great relief rromi the monotony of 1
santi,Tillman." r
The Virginia House of Delegates
has pOssed a bill against free railroad
passes.
Gov. Tillman has wade a motion
to strike out the enacting claws of
the Blind Tiger.
The anti-newspapers of the state
are stumbling over each other in
their mad rush for choice of reform
candidates for aovernor.
There is some ten or a dozen good
and substantial citizens in Pickens
county greatly in need of another
dip in the dye of reform.
There is trouble in Hawaii; war at
Rio; a conflict in Arkansas; a conflict
in South Carolina; a conflict at Phila
delphia; a conflict at Washington.
And it is all about. who shall pocket
the dollars.
Secretary Carlislo1 Is asked for bids
;or $50,000,000 in gold bonds of the
United States. The tretwury would
have soon bven depleted, and this
was the only legal way to avert the
impend tig calam1ity.
Bro. B.)vden, of the ( Cotton Plant,
cannot stay out of the campaign this
sumier. There is a promise of too
much pluim-pudding fun just ahead.
Besides, this is an off year and lie
can affor(d to vote with the reformers.
The Palmetto got itself put on the
bottle, now the bottle has supplanted
it. Carolinians abroad are no longer
from the "Pahnetto State," but faom
the "Bottle State," and that, too, inde.
pendent of the fact whether they are
drunk or sober.
Dr. Leo seei,: oc doing a good
practice. She . she likes Green
ville as well as . y city she has ever
visited. He says there are many
cases of rheumatism lie can cure in a
shoi t time, and others which she can
cure in two or three -tionths. and
some it cannot eure at all.
The cases, in wblhich the question of
the colistitutlioiality of the dispeln
sary law is raistl, will come before
the supreme court for arguimient on
the 29th inst There is good legal
talent and learning on both sides,
and the court will not have to iearch
for the law by any dim lights.
SenatOr ilnI defeated the conforma
tion of Mr. Ht-rnblow%er for Associate
Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court.
But this is not the last lie will hear
of that little horn Mir. ilornblower
and his friends will march around the
senator a few times in the great State
of New York and lie wvill collapse inito
private lif.*. W e n ere in hopes Sena
tor Hill would i-un for president next
time, but this (episode says he will
not.
There mmay b)e niemibers getting (
more glory, but none are getting morei
fun out of the prensenlt session of con
gress t.han Mr. lI aed. lIeI is as com
plete master of irony- and sarcasm as
he once was of the HIouse. Mr. Fith
ian, or Illinoise, was fairly basting t
Carlisle, with congressional oratory,
for issuing honds, when Mr. Reed,
it a siginificaiit, pause, interjected,I
"Imtpeachi him!" A non-sectarian
uinile was spread upon the record.
The People's Jo.rnal said TuE
SENTINE did Congressmen Latimer
in iinjustice in stating that he was at
ais post and vote-d w.ith the demo.
3r-ats for- the Wilson bill. The state
neut of TnE SENTINEL did L.ot do bum I
in injustice, buit on the contrary did
nim right.- It was r-umored and
widely published that he wvas in the,
h ouse ref using to vote, and THlE SEN-]
FINEL was the first it ekly paper in
the State to publish the truth ablout
t.
His Excellency, the Gover-nr, is in
Washington this wee-k, looking after
receiver-lot, shose wvho receive at
the whiite house, but such as are ap
pointed b)y . udge Simuonton to take
3harge of railroads. While in the
3ity, the governor will appear before
the comnmittee of congr-ess which has
sharge of the siin regnrdl to r-ail
road receivei , I o'aced by He".
A. C. Latim carriiedl with him
m memorial ta. ' o ress on the sub
ject which is said to embody the
views expressedI in his recent message
to the Legislaturne.
Senatoi Irby says that the candi
:lates for g ,vernior "are entitled, at
east, to n' freir contest and the pro.
bection of tihe p)rinciples of the
afarch c:mvention, the most
)rominent of which was the
7ighit of the people to name their
sandidate instead of a ring in the
state house." We can 5m. no ob
ection in the world to "the ring" re
miding in the State house. It is a
rood, comfortable place and the rent
a low. The senator insinuates that
he people- might not like for the1
ing to put c it a candidate. We i
>eg to assure ee.r senator that the
pine~)e have no objections whatever
o tis method, and the man wh,
icks againat the ring is a back
umber.
Important uferifation "
Mr. McLaurin, of South Carolina,
has taken an unique course to gain
certain information of interest to his
constituents. A resolution introduced
by him in the House requires the
Agricultural Department to report
the number of employee in that de
partment not in the classified service
who are assigned to South Carolina,
together with information as to the
amount of salary paid tnem and other
details, which, as a rule, ate hard to
get at in the ordinary way. This
precedent offers prospects of develop.
ing this information in a manner so
satisfactory that other members are
discussing the question of following
suit.--Washington Post.
Good Law Weil Execated.
At a meeting of the Board of Trus.
tees of Clemson Agricultural College
held Jan. 10, 1894, the by laws were
altered so as to read: "There shall be
a Board of Visitors consisting of
seven citizens, one from each congres
sional district of the State, chosen
every two years, by the Board of
Trustees at their December meeting,
and charged with tho duty of visiting
the College the first Wednesday in
August and instituting a rigid in
quiry into its working conditions,
and suggesting to the Board of Trus
tees what changes may be necessary
for its inprovenent."
Under the above rule the following
gentlemen were elected members of
the Board: W. D. Evins, Bennetts
ville; E. R. Walter, Orangeburg;
R. B. Watson, Ridge Spring; W. 11.
Edwards, Rock Hill; D. F. Bradley,
Easley; T. S. Bryce, Fairfield; T. 1).
Jervey, Charleston.
For Roye.
My boy. the first thing you want
to learn-if you haven't learned how
to do it already-is to tell the truth.
The pure, sweet, refreshing, whole
some truth. Tle plain, unvarnished,
simple, everyday, manly truth, with a
little "t." For one thing, it will
save you so much trouble. 0, heaps
of trouble! And no ond of hard
work. And a terrible strain upon
your memory. Sonietimes-when I
say sometins I rwean a great many
times- it is hard to tell the truth
the first time; but when you have
told it, there is an end of it; you have
won the victory; the fight is over.
Next time you tell the truth, you can
tell it without thinking. Your mem
ory may bo faulty, but you tell your
story without a single lash from the
stinging whip of that stern old task
master, conscience. You don't have
to stop and remember how you told
it yesterday. You don't get through
with th') awful sense upon you that you
are not telling it as you did the other
time, and cannot remember just how
you did tell it then. You wont have
to look around to see who is there
before you begin to tell it. After
Ananias told a lie his wife bad to
tell another just like it. You see, if
you tell lies you are apt to get y'our
,vhole famiily inito trouble. And then,
t is so foolish for you to lie. You
annot pass a lie off for the truth,
ny more than you can get counter
eit money into circulation. The
saden dollai is always detected be
ore it goes very far. WVhen you
eli a lie it is known. Yes, you say
iod knows it. That's right; but he
; not the only one. So far as God's
nowledge is concerned, the liar
oesn't care very much. He doesn't
worry about what God knows-if he
id he wouldn't be a liar; hut it does
rorry a man or boy that tell'. lies, to
hink that everybody else knows it.
['he other boys know it; your teacher
nows it; people who hear you tell
'whoppers" know it; your mother
nows it-but she won't say so. And
11l the People wvho know it and don't
ay anything to you about it, talk
~bout it to each other, and 0, the
hings they say about a boy who is
iven to telling stories! If he could
nily hear them it would make him
tick to the truth lhke flour to a miller.
knd finally, if you tell the truth al
vaa I don't see how you are going
o get very far out of the right way.
knd how people do trust a truthful
>oy! We never worry about him
vben he is out of sight. We never
.ay: "I wonder where ho is. I wish
knew what he is doing. I wonder
who be is with. I wonder why he
loes:'t come home." Nothing of
he sort. We know that lhe is all
~ight, and when he comes home we
ill know all about it, and get it
itraight. We don't have to ask him
where lie is going, and how long he
will be gone, eve.rytim e he leaves the
dome1. We don't have to call him
back rnd make him solemnly promise
the samei thing over andi over two or
thre.e times. When he says, "Yes, I
vl"or "No, I won't," just once, that
settles it. We don't have to cross.
'!'nne him when he comes hoine, to
finid out where he has been. He tells
1s once and that is enough. We
.lon't have to say, "Are you sure!"
avhen he tells us anything.
But, my boy, you can't build up
that reputation by mnerely telling the
truth a'oout one half the time, nor
bvo thirds, nor three fourths, nor
iinetenithis of the time. If it brings
punishmnent upon01 you, wvhile the liar
escap)es; if it brings you into disgrace
avhile the smooth,-tonGued liars are
.'xalted; if it loses you a g,>od position;
f it degrades you in the class; if it
itops a weetk's pay; no miatter what
punishment it may bring upon you,
tell the truth.
All these things will soon be right.
.-d The worst whipping that can be
aidl on a boy's back, won't keep him
>it of the water in swimming time
uiore than a week; but a lie will burn
nore thani fifty years. Tell the truth
or the sake of the truth, and all the
es5t people ini the world will love and
espect you, and alU the liars will re
pect and hate you.-Ladies' Home
l ournail.
Senator Irby agrees with THmi
~iErNTEL that it is Tillmnn's dentl.
Grip.
If your be' goes drip, drip, drip,
If your head aches 1ike it wouldrip
You've got the grip.
If you're sore from crown to hip,
Sore from hip to big toe tip,
You've got the grip.
If sharp painsphoot throuth k'zip,
And you feel like chicks with pip,
You've got the grip.
If deep groans fall from your lip,
And you think you'll die this trip,
You've got the grip.
If of pain's dread cup you slp,
And life seems not worth a flip,
You've got the grip.
If life seems not worth a thrip,
Nor an old-stile candle-dip,
You've got the grip.
If you feel thus at one clip,
With fortitude yourself equip
You've got the grip.
Using ste Campaign Thunder.
Mr. Shaw, the representative
the Eau Claire district, in Wisconsi
took the prize for a glowing descri
tion of the section which sent him
congress. The following sentenc
will illustrate how far he soared
the empyrean of congression
oratory:
"It is a district in which the bra
ney Scot, the hearty Scandinavia
the phlgznatic Teuton, the stur<
Briton, the moon-eyed Mongolia
and the sturdy descendent of Ito
O'More, mingle with the people
every other nationality, from Gree
land's icy mountains to India's cor
strand. It is a district in which t)
voice of the cuckoo is forever hush(
in death; a district in which the soi
of the whip-poor-will in tho evenir
continues in melodious refrain to t1
harsher music of the factory whistl
a district in which the roar, rush at
bustle of the mills and other indu
tries are taken up and continued 1
the hum of harvest machines in tl
golden wheat fields of the surroun
ing farms; a district in which illitera
is unknown, in which the brawn at
brain of the wild and woolly We
are arrayed in har-nonious juxtap
sit'on to the glitter and refinement
the effete East.
It is hardly necessary to say th
when Mr. Shaw had concluded h
colleagues on the floor gave him ti
tribute of unreserved applause.
The Trouble at Clemson.
"It has been known for sometin
that there was little harmony betwee
the Board of Trustees and Presider
Craighead on one side ond Profess<
J. S. Newman, Professor of Agricu
ture, (in the other. Exactly wh
broight about thcse strained relatior
is not known, as the members of th
Board do not zare to talk on the sul
ject. Finding that a lack of harmon
in any of the departments would t
detrimental to the College, the trui
tees requested the resignation of Pr(
fessor Newman. The resignation -vs
tendered as requested and was, <
course, accepted. It will take effe<
on the 1st of February. A cuni
tee of three was appointed to select
suitable man to fill the sacancy'. Thi
commitittee will report to the nei
mneetin:g of the boardl, which will cor
farm or reject the selection as it think
proper. Professor Newman has bee]
with the College almost since worn
began on the b)uildin)gs. He came t.
this State from the Auburn, Alabams
Agricultural College. in which h
held a position simnilar to the one a
Clemson. He is a valuable man an<
the board knew it, but preferred thn
every person connected with the Co:
lege should work together as on
man." Many of the boys speak ver
highly of Prefessor Newman, an
greatly regret his leaving.-Columbi
Register.
Thme Biggest Family Yet.
A few days ago the Greenville New
mentioned the case of a citizen<
Greenville county who has sixtee
living children by two wives. Th:
is eclip)sed by that of Mr. and Mri
Joseph Looper, living near Dacuavill
in Pickens county. Mr. Looper is 8
s cars old and his wife is 86. The
are the parents of 16 children, an
have had 116 grand-children, an ave
age of something over seven apiec
and 94 great-grand children, a tota
of 226 direct descendants in thr<
generations. Mr. and Mrs. Loop<
are in good health, active and sturd
and seem to be likely to see man
more years and descendan ts.-G reea
ville News.
A Remote Remainder.
The clerk of court for Spartanbur
county will now have to go into tb
agricultural busines on a large scal<
Some years ago the Wakefield bacd
elor brothers dlevised a large tractc
land, said to be worth about $100,001
in and about Reidville, to their siste
duiring life and after that remaindc
to the county clerk of Spartan.burg an
his~ successors, to hold in, trust 10
years, then to be sold and divide
among their nearest relative~s. Thi
is an evidlence of the longest handle
l'berality and( affection we have hear
of in a long time.
Patent out.
It is learned from $the records
the Patent Otice that the Bell Tel,
p)hone having run the alloted term<
seventeen years, for which it we
granited, will expire on the 30th ins
and( hmcoea mu he property of the i)ubli
nie Modern. Don't harass the sytem wi
noxious drugys. Monaterey cures Malai, Nei
ousness, indigestion and nowel Comnplaints.
Is uimpie, pleasant to taste and loaves no b
roa Ei Elii or o?Qaliu
Trhis Ia a best tiful book and at
s.me lurre one of ti e most usef
Comprising in onie volume the rari
treats i n Listory. a'!vwntu:e, art a
science, concludha g with a conch
but most comrprt her sive history of t
World's Fair. Su: splendid illusti
tionfs and beautifum engravings
(Columbian Architecture. Sold os
by subscription. Address or c: I1
II. W. F AlR R.TRict's. 8L. C.
-If you have any broken window panes,
Sloan Bros., can fll them. Sloan's is the
beat place to buy window glass and putty,
paints, seeds and drugs.
Advertising is to business What steam im
to itehinery-the great motive power,
Advertise in Tun S:NTINXL.
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup foi
Children Teething" softens the gums, re
duces influmation, allays pain and curei
wind colic. 25c. a bottle.
Notice the reading metter in Tun SzNr
NIL this week. News! News I Now i
the time to advertise and subscribe.
Notice of Final battlement.
I hereby give notic that I will ap.
ply to J. B. Newbery, Judge of Pro
bate for Pickens County, S. C., on
Sales Day in February, 1894, for
of leave to make a final settlement of the
u, estate of Vicey Hendricks, deteased,
p- and ask to be dismissed as adminis
to trator. D. E. HENDRICKS,
es Jan. 5-4t Administrator.
in - .044.o
al Sloan Bros., will show you how
to paint your buggy for 50 cents.
If your hands and face chap in
n, cold weather, Sloan's CamDhorice
will cure them.
f Summons for Belief.
n- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
al Pickens County.I
le Court of Common Pleas.
-d Tempy C Stewart, Sallie Simmons, Susan
Howard, J. N. Howard, E. N. Garrett,
1g Morning F. Garrett, Alva V. Garrett,
ig Lilie 0. Garrett and Verner Hloward and
ie Mi.tile Howard by their guardian ad lit.
e; em, J. N. Howard, Plaiutiffs,
d Against
s- Corrie M. 1lalock, Robert N. Blalock and
L. F. Blalock, Defendants.
ie Summons for Relief. (Complaint
d- Served.)
To the Defendants above named:
Y You arv hereby summoned and required
d to answer the complaint in this action, of
at which a copy is herewith served upon you,
o. and to serve a copy of your answer to the
of said complaint on the subscribers at their of
tice at Pickens, S. C., within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of the
at day of such service; and if you fail to an
is swer the complaint within the time afore.
e said, the Piointiffs in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
Dated January 8th, A. D. 1894.
J. M. STEWART, C. C. P.
e [Official Seal.]
S J. P. CAREy, and JojNso. & RionEy,
t ,Plaintiffs Attorneys.
r To the defendants Robert N. Blalock and
L. F. Bl1lock:
- Take notice that the complaint In this
it action, together with the summons of
s which the foregoing is a copy was filed In
the ofice of the Clerk of the Court of Com.
mon Pleas for the County of Pickens in the
State of South Carolina, at Pickens in said
y State and County on the 8th day of Jan.
e uary 1894.
J. P. CAREY, and JOIINSON & RIcHEY,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
f H. n1. MURRAY, J. E. n1OGGS,
Anderson, S. C. Pickens, S. C
't
AURRAY & nOGOS,
jIL.L & wELDoN,
DENTISTs,
t 129 Main Street. GREENVILLE, S. C
Gas given every Trhursday and rriday, and
teeth extracted without pain.
R. J. P. CARLISL.,
DENTIST,
t omnce over westmoreland nros & Duke's Drug
Store.
B Ijans9tf GREENVILLE, U. C.
I C FITZUERA LD,
a PHIOTOGRAPIZER,
GREENVILLE, 5. C.
Over weutmoretand Bros'. Drug Store. Atj
work done by the instantaneous process. Also
g mnake enlargements from old pictures to any
sliz n whoerrcalo., erayon, India ink, oil and
n --
a ummons for Belief.
a STATE FStT CAROLINA,
y Jacob Alexander, 'Win. Alexandir,
d EliZal'eth Cannon, Mary M.Grave
le y, Milley Bennett, Anthony B.
'Lewis, M. H. Lewis, RI. K. Lewis
1 and ,John T. Lewis, W. Jacob
e Lewis, Malindat G. Lewis, Sarah
r M. C. Lewis and Elton McD. Loami
y by their guardiatn ad litemn A. B.
Y Lewis, Plaintifis,
against
George K Hendricks, Juilius H.
Alexander, Thadeus A. Alexander,
James Alexanider, Win. A. Alexan.
der, Wmn. H. Alexander, Ephraimn
0T. Alexande.r, Mary Alexander and
James A. Watts, Defendants.
I Summons for Relief. (Coin
To the Defendants above named:
r You are heeysummoned andre
Sqsured to answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served uipon youl, and to serve a
Scopy of your answer to the said coin
p llaint on the subscriber at his office,
Pickens, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive (of the day of such service;
and if yo~u fail to answer the complaitt
wfithin the time aforesaid,the Plaintiffs
in this action will apply to the Coturt
Sfor the relief demanded in the coin
Splr.int.
t Dated Jan. 16th, A. D. 1814.
J. M. STEwART, C. C. P.
.[Seal.]
JuLusa E. Booos,
Plaintiffs' Attorney.
th To all the Defendants except Geo. K
1-Hendricks:
d'i Take notice that the complaint in
this action, together with the sum
mons, of which the fore going is a
cop)y, was filed in the office of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleias
he for the County of Pickens, in the
ii. State of South Carolina, at Pickens,
'et in said Stato and County, on the 16th
ad (lay of January, 1894. That the 0ob
ie, ject of said action is to partition the
hie real estate of W illiam Allexander, and
-a. that no personal claim is made against
of any of you, and if yout answer it will
ly be at your own cost.
nJ. E. Booos, Pl'tffa' atty.
.J. M. STEwanT, ('. C. P.
HE LLO!
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kicking! Not ki
kicking our Job
If you want G(
in its latest and r
SENTINEL. Pi
work just as g(
guaranteed.
PICKENS SENTINEl
CQLUMIA AND ORVILL1
Samuel Spencer. F. W. luldekop )r and Leubin
Fostor, ieceivers.
Condensed Schedule in effiect D>er. 21, 1893.
Trains run by 75th Meridian 'lime.
No. 1i No. 12
Daily STATIONS. Daiy.
7 liam. . I,Y.Charleston, Ar........ h5pn
11 20am........ " CoIun mbia. ......... 4 l5pn
1203pm .... ... " AIston " ........ 330pm
12 18pm ........ . Poinaria ........ 3 14pm
12 35pin........ " Prosperity " ........ 255pm
12 0pm........ N ewherry . ....... 2 39pin
12 54pm ........ ' Helena " ........ .2 5n
I30pm........ Chappell's . .......I 66pi
2 Ispm ........ . Ninety Six .. ........ 1 3211
237pm...... . Greenwood . ........1255r:a
300pm ........ " Ilodge's " ........12 3pin
320pn.... . ' )nnald's 12 O6pm
3 35pm. ..... " llonea Path 1203piu
3b5pM .......... Ar Helton Lv..........11 40pi
4 0pm ..........Lv Ielton Ar..........I 401in
4 24pn............Anderson... ......1 15pn
4 58pm ............Peldleton ........... 103q.pmI
5 30pm...........Ar Seneca Lv..... .. .10 iIn
550pm...........Lv Seneca Lv.......... 0 45in
6 26pin .........A r Wa1haLa 1v.. . .. 9 05rn
npm . - .r i;reenviIle LI. . .O5m
Between Anderson, Belton and Greenville.
)aily.
No. 11 ST ATION. No. 1*
3 08pm.........Lv Anderson Ar.........12(pm
3 40pm ...........A r ielton Lv...........11 45pmn
4 00pm ...........L v lielton Ar...........I 30pn
4 20pm.......A r Williaznston. Ar.......I 119pm
4 26pm ............... Pelzer..............11 43pm
4 440pm..... ........Piedmont.........10-8k II
II 20pm._........... reenville ............10 15pm
Between Charleston. Colminblia, A lston- and
Spartanbuirg.
Daily.
No. 13. s'rATIONS. No. 1.
I l5am........ Lv Charleston Ar........ 8..5pr.
5 10am.........Lv Columbla Ar......... 1.(K,pM
5 50pm ...............A 1ston .... ........1.'.20p1 n
6 44pm ..............Carlisle. ....1...1 26p-11
6 53pm.............. Santue...... ... 11 17pm
7 10pm ................'nion .............. 1 0 59pnu
7 30pmi............Joniesvile............10.371in
7 43pm ............. Placolet ............. It .34p n
8 10pm.....A..Ar Spartnainrg L, ........10 0n in
iI 20pm.........A r A sheville Lv........50am
Between Newbesrryv. ('linion i ( .au11rens.
1)ail y Except SunId ny.
No. l6. .WiA''i) N. 16.
II 203am......Iv ('olumila A r....4 I5pm
1:00pm...........Newherry...........2 (.im3p
1 503pm............ oiville.... ........1 35atn
2 15am.......... ....mm'intn....... ....I ..l 1am
350opmx.........Ar i.aurens l,v.. ....... 1040aiu
Between llodges and A bhev ille.
No. 11. STA TiONS. ~ No. 10
S35pm.........Iv IlaIdge)A.............55pmr
3 25pmn............arraugh's............ 3p
3 40pm....Ar Asbevile I,v......2O0pm
1240pm....Lv Hodges A r.... .... 1225pm
I100pm..........i)arraugh'sl..--.........le05pm
I 15pm... ..Ar Abbe,v ie Lv. Ii 50amn
Connections via Soutthilounmd itail road.
lilly.
No. S8. N o. 38
6.45am...Lv Columbmtia Ar...240pm
11.30am....Ar Savanta.hi Lv....1020am
No.. IS and 14 are solid trains betweena (harles
torn and Ashe,ilb.
Through cor.ch betweena Savan.nah: and Ash.
yille on 14 and 13.
Trains leave Spartanburg, A. & C. diva.on,
northbo und, 1.43 a. mn., 5.05 p. Ina., 0.12 p. mn. (Y'es,
libuled limited): southbound, I'2.'25a. m0., 2 51 p.
in., 11.37 a. m. ( Vestibuied lim1i ted ); weAtboutnd,
W. N. C. division. 6.20 and 3.10) p. mn., for lien.
dersonville, Auheville andl lot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville. S. C., A. & U. divisiona
northbound, 12.42 a. mn., 4.00 p. mn., 5.23 (Vestill
ed limited); aouthbaoumi, 1.20 a. mn., .1.00 pa. mn.,
12.2 p. . (Vstibtedliitled).
Trains leave Seneen. A. A C. division, north.
houlnd, 11.30 p. mn., 2.27 p. In., and -4.10 p. in.;
sou th bound. 2.32 a. mn., 5.35 p. in. and 1.37 pa. m.
Pullman Sleeper on 13 anad I i bet,, eent Charles
ton and Asheville. via Colunaia and( Spartan-a
burg.
I*ullman palace sleeping car on trainms 25 ami
36,37 anad 38 on A. & C. div isioan.
V. E. MiEE,
Gen'I Superintenadent, Coilumbia, S. C.
Ass't Gern'1 Pass. Agt., A tlanta, Gia.
Gen'l Manager, Washiagtona, D). C.
W. A. TilltI(,
Gen'l P'ass. Agent, Washaington, 1). C.
SOL, IIA AS,
Traffc Manager. Washilngtoan, 1). C
Scientific American
Agency for
I.
- * CAVEATS.
TRADE MARKE.
DESION PATENTS.
COPYRIOHTS, etc.
Forinformnation and free Ifandbook write to
USUNNA & C 861 JlnoA ,W.AY. Naw Yoir.
Oldest bureau for securIng patents In Americg.
Uvery patent taken out by us Is brought before
the pubLic by a notice given free of chargo in the
Larg oat cIrculation of any scientiflo paper in the
world. SplendIdly illIust.rated. No inatelligont
maan should be a,*hut it. Wookly 83.00 a
wear; 61.60 six ilonthas. ..'adrons MUi& C o.
Pv aLuu ns, 361 Broadsway, Far York City,.
r' Ef RIPAN8 TAIIUiLZ regniate theo stomach,
A liver and bowels, purify the blood, are lasca.
ant to take, safe and aswayseTectual. A relIable
Lmedy fo Duounes, ~1oihes on the Faco,
righ's iseae, atar Coic,ConstinatIon,
ChronIo Diarrhaa. Chr 'G 1.Iver Trouble, ha
boe,Disordered Btomnacl,hllrr.Lues, h)ysentery,
~~ata roul raeatHjeadahe,c . eart o '.ll,s
3auandioe, Kidney ILant, LJher Troubhles,
Loss of AppetIte, D1 epressiton, Nausca,
N e tt le h .l'ainful Dliges..
ion. Pimples, Ilusah of hlood
to the Blead, 8 a lo w Com
!azsiond Salt I;laeum. Scald '
lad eof. - uha,MIlck liend- '
ache,Rkln Dis- eases,Sour
tmthTIre Feeling,Torpld
L.iver, len Wa teor Braag
and every oth- er sym Pto0m
or dIsease ha reos lts from
impure blood or a tallure In thae proper errm
anee of their fuinettns by the talch, liver and
intestines. Persons given to over-cating are' hen.
efited by taking one tabele after each meal. A
continued use or the Itipana Tabut q.is.the surest
cure for obetinate constipation. Tey contain
nothin' that can be injurteuc to the most deli.
ae.Igross gs, 1-I grow 61., 3-4 75e0Tc.
1-6goslb eents. Sent byilvotg
AddeeTHE RIPANS CH A (3UlY,
P .oxe.New Yorik. -
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AND COURI HOUSE
FURNITURE.
Sottees.for R. Rt. Depots
and Public Bld'g.
GATES DESK 00.
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hy certainly we are alive
cking about the hard times,
Presses for all they are wort
)OD, NEAT JOB PRINTI
iost artistic designs, call at 'I
ices as low as anywhere
>od, if not better. Satisfa<
JOB DEPARTME
Samuel Spencer, F. W. Iluidekoper and
Foster, Receivers.
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Li
Division.
Schedule in effect July 2d, 1803
N owrniinouNt-i. No. 2 No.
Eastern Tiit Daily. Dail;_
A
Lv. A tlanta (E T).....645pn 9 a
1 01echt ep ........ .. ..........
"Velt Junction ... ..am
Gowd%Wn....... .. 102a
Chamblee ...... ..;M
Doraville................103am
Norcrosa ........71231n 3t 394ni
D111N.th . N....210 W
Suwanee...... ....... 0 lam
litford............ .... 0 I2am
Flo%ery Blranchb12ai
tell,r............. ....10 33hum
(411illsville........ 2IPM 11I 46aIL
New... .. ... 11 3Oan
" % hith S.ihur ..... ... ... 12 Wr'n
L"uwn............. .84.n. 12 12m.n
i" elufod.......... . ........ 12 14am
" o. . lel........... ........ 11 3V:M
" Coew vilhlland....-- .. ... 0,Vpm
Ar. %It A ir) ...........g C.Spni 12 42p t
L. Mt Ally ...........9 2i,.. 1cp.
A)ersville ......... I.......I 2(t.m
" L uk - ---S --... . . - - - - ) n I i2 p m
" i1on1 ..... .. .... 2 c4p
" l ie..........-- ........ 2'uhprL
" Cor.w.ia........... ....... 2 21pL
Westi ster .. - - - 2 28pju
"Aell--........... ..... '27M
Sueca ............10 15PI" (pm
Kenowee ................. 2 2m
Calhoun................. pin
SCestral............. 228l m
Libe ty ..... .............. 217pm
" fen.c... . 11 (4pm I HIM
" rKoswell ........... ....2. 42pM
Gt.elivilic .........ii 2Vpw 4 t5l,
" ayloru ........... ....... 431pm
Gibert ............- ....... 319pi
" Ell - .................. 4 47l.
Fair Foret............... 431&.rm
"l.artant.urg JUII'c ....... 604.w
Sioarnb urg ....... am 5Cfpm
" Ticwketty .-- -.......n27-m
" GafTney..........12 %sm 581
"lilacktburg........I leam, 6(ripm
Grover--.................... 5 pm
Kngs Mountain... .......6 3.. pm
lles..erner City.-.----... ......C 45pm
Gastnoa-----....... 163am 7%p
l-oell c~...... ..-.......7 12pm
l.ell ont............2 m.
A r. (Charlot te.....2 Stam
No. 35. o: It N
SOt-Tunot-ND. D)aily. Daily
Lv. (Charlotie----...... Il25pm 1200 'n5
1.0.10 .-------...... ... ....121pm ..
lie.hemo nit.. ....... 12 27pn
"Gamttn.........12.0.am 12 50pm
"li.esemr (City.-.....--...... O 7pm
" hog's Mountair ........... 1. lpm
"Grover -.-----..--...-.. .37pm
lilack qburg...1244am I .47p
Gniffreys. ...... .... 1259am 2.67pm
" hicketty.,......... ........ 22p
................... .. ........ 2.5p.m.
"Sp)artanburg.. . I 5am 3.00pmj
'Sartanburg.Jun..........02pm
"..Fa.r..F.re.t......... .......07pm
"WelIford ..... ...... ...... 20pm
"iluncani's........... .....326pm
"(Greers.......... ... ......36pm
" Taylor's.... .. .... .. ....... 3 45pm
"Greenville.........28atn 4.05pm
('rosasweil....... ... ....... 4 20pm
"...a...ey.......... ...4amn 4 35p..
"...,..erty........ ...... ...... 4 6pm~
"(-etraj. ..... 3 I7amn 506pmI
"...a..ho..n............ ......1pm
"Keowee...,............... 24pm -
"Saowa ..... .... ....40am 5 29m
" iebland.... ...... ....... 54pm
" Wetmin ter...... .... 554pmJ
" Harbins ------ .....603p~m
........o--.---..----.......6!m.
------ ------............19pm.
-...-..----... --...4.2am 6 26pmn
Ar MIt. Airy.-----------........ 636ym.
Lv Mt Airy - - . - .... 6 h x
"Cornelfa-----------........ 7004lm
- --- -. .... 7 20pm
,.ongview.----.-.... ....... 725pm
ieliton .---. . .....7 75pm
Luina....----.-......613am 75Opmn
hA ile h.nlphu....... 752; mi
Nw lioliandl..--........ .... 805pm
(iilefville.........34am tf.12p.m
Illfoll..... .. ...... .......48 20pm
Flowery..ranc............~ 8.33
St)wnlu -..... ..... .... .... 8 54.m
N..r.....-.-.-.-..... .... .......9 2pn .
Igoravy ille..... .... ........ 940pm .
( humble. ..... .... .... ..94p .
Good......n'........... ....... 9.5pm.
- Ielt Junhction.. ........
'ea0h tree........................
A r A tlanta (E. T.). 70.m 10 I5pm .
Note esp,ecIally that trains Nos. 15, 16, 17s:
wIll run between Corns tIa anid A tianta Ir
of Lula and Atlanta. Agent. wili giye all
licity l'ousible and have newspapeors make
mentIon in uccordance wIth our exieting at
tlsing arrangemnents.
S. II. A A RtDW IC K.
Ans't Ghen' Pass. Ag't., A tlanta,
J. A. DODSON,
Suiperintendent. A tlanta,
W. HI. GREEgN
Gleneral Manager, W ashingto'n, 1
XtOL H A AS,
-"ramel Manager Washington, I
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE
P'ASSENGERI DEPARITMENTr.
Wilmuington,, N. C., Jan. 14, 1602.
Fast ine.s between Charleston and Col.
arnd liler South Caroilna and Western
t 'air.ihna andi A Ihens and A tlanita. Cond.
S< hediules
fioing West. Going
*No. 52. STATIONS. *l
7.00a....v Charleston, 8. C., A r..
X.40am............. Lanes............7
9.:i ..... ...Surnter............
Ii (.am...4... r 'inns>ia Lv......4
12 291pm............I rosesrity..........
i2.43pm.........ew lerry.. ..........
l.30opm.............iton.......
2.4ii1m.......reewo,d.....
3. i4,,m...... .....A bbevie......
5.04pm ........... .hens........p
7.4. . .. ..... t A tiata......
6'I3jnm........W Wnthoro... . ..,
...0.....hlotte, N. C ..
i .ai'n -- .....A nderson..... ~
5 15jm...........GreenvIlle..........1
hi i0pm........Spran.hurg.... .. ...
10 2-!p.t.... uiedeovile, N. U...
ii 20'pm.Ash... eville, N. C.....
*Datily. Nos. 52 and 53 solid trains b
Charleston and Colun.bia, 8. (C.
Ii. Mt. EMERISOl
Ass't GJen'li Passenger A
J1. RI. K ENLY, T. Mt. EMIERSO] V
Gen'I Manager. Traflc Mat
Mloney to Loan.
On Improved farm lands in sumts of U
upwards. Loans repayable in amall*nn'
ments through a perfod of six years, th
bling the borrower to pay off his inAb
without exhausting his cropin any or
Apply to J.E IlOUS,AttOrt
ian4yt PIcekesn

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