OCR Interpretation


The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1871-1903, February 01, 1894, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026913/1894-02-01/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

HICKENiS SENTINEL
PICK ENS C. U., S. C.
J. E. 3;OGGS. Proprietor
sared at.PiCten; Postoffice as Second C, ib
Nfatter.
S3SCRIP'If'iow PRICE, $1.50 per Year invaria
bly in advance: for six ionths. 75 cents.
hdvertisements inserted it one dollar per suatre
of one inch or les- for the first insertion a.d
fifty cents for each subsevuetit insertion. A
liberal discount made to mer- bants and rther
adyertisin. for six months or a year.
tyPOs0IT.N ADVERTISE-!ENTS POSI
TIVELY NOT TAKEN.
Obtuary notices exceedinig five lines. tributes
of respect, communications of a personal
ebtracter, when admissable, will be charged
for as advertisements.
THURSDAY. FEERUARY , 1894
Modern Democracy.
Deanocrats will. be going around
after anhile nitb on.e fiinger in their
mouths, hardly knowo :tg whether to
own up to being denwocits or not
Cleayeland began by giving a repub
lican the best seat in his cabi-et,
and is trTing now to pt: Pt ckhem
en the supreme 1. neh, and Col
Townes, who was Lunit for U.onths
and months like a utedle in a hay.
stack,having been appointtd collector,
had to have time to but up a good
democrat to fill the <.ffice of raiding
dep-uty, and the t fiie nt and repub.
lican incumbent, Dr. Et Sor, wns :i
portune d to hold oi for I fen months,
which he kindly c,,'ns.n ited to t do.
Tbere are about seventeen go' d demo
erats wanting the place. But no;
there is a bare possibility of a nis'uke.
Some how democrats do inot ktow
how to govern, they have lield office
so little. The niationa! denocrac
was embarrassed from 1885 to 188,
and was So exe-edjingily diffident and I
modest, it politely stepiped down and
out to let the republicanis try it again.
They knew fr om long eerience how
to take hold of the reins with gloves
off. The Slate d mnocracv fr-our 1S76
to I80 went along as smooth as
possible with "if you pleaee," "will I
you be kind enougt," and "I amI
sorry," till a majority of its own
crowd was ready to try anyhing
in its place. Gov. Tillmnu caie
along with "dam you, do this," and
"dam you, do tlat,". id he thorough
ly entrenched hn.self in our affee
ticns-. He goters-by george, he
rules. That is the reason be get-s?
there and sta' s there: and you had;
heard that he hats said there would be
no March convention. That is just
th'e way: it will tumn out-he knows.
Those of his croud who do not love
himi fear him, and they all mind him.
The people nt to be con~vince-d that
the.y hate tmade a c-hange. They
want to feelj it, whte it is better
or worse.
That is the way we would like to
see the nat jima demticeracy do. Take
rank hold of the loady politic, and
shatke it and sa: "We are on this
:thing aind we ate goin;g to run it,
and we are g-ing to run it to
suit our crowd." WV at is the use t'i
watweeks, n.oobs a&.d years fo
fe-ar of a 'vte bit of a istaka! Inde-'
ciiu and lin-ii n wi: riuih any
will L.e a the ::p l oL e-md of ai
WXatedioo in 18h .
In 1861 the n surenacy :ssued :a V
call for 10.unt*' rs. A young man
went home snd i ' -1-iti.. C littlI
wife of his yout i:, ti:?s thre call hau
eotre, ari he w ould h .ve to g~o. He
said:'eOh, don't mild. I will unlv
be gone a few weeks, or m rnths, aT
the most." He. tOk up the deai
little first borna brownt ueved dlaught)
of ten days, and carre-ssed it good bye.
The weeks changed into mnonths an'i
the months into yeols. lie was5
wrappea in the smoke of many bat
ties, and fell sorelv woundciLd. His
name was numbered with the dead.
He wais crowded with manyv others
upon the deck oif a steamer to b<
sent to Shiloh. As he was lving on
the floor, half dazed with pain and
loss of blood,a colored girl in tr.-ing to
push her way across the rom *?,touched
his shoulder; he <pened Lis eyes, saw~
a little girl with a cup of water and,
as he n as in great thirst, he asleti
her to give it to him. The little tot
promptly complied. FortbL r pleased
he aske-d the mi rse: "u h 'e littib
girl?" She replied, 'Massa Black
burn's." "Where is its mother?" h<
excitedly asked. "Aeross in that
state-room, sir." pointing to the plr ca.
"Tell her," s:.id he, "I want to see
her at one."~ She camne, anid found
ie wounded soldier, Ior whosere
mnains she had permission to seareb
the scene- If con~flic-t where she thought
he had met his death.
Tbe wonnded soldier is now Ser~a
tor Joe Blackburn, aind the little tot
o~f '63 is the beautiful and aczoom
plished wife of G*en. Hall of the
UJnited States Navy.
About the same time the first sad
farewell was taking place at the quie t
and beautiful home in the blue grasy
hills of Ken tucky, a similar scene wvas
<nected at a farm house near-Liberty,
in this cototy. But the her. of the
Iast drama sleers in Virginia, his
widow in the cemetery 'at Liberty,
and the little tot of '63 is Mrs.
?nac I Horton-. of Ointoa .- C.
WrIzes Like Ele Waimk.
The Journal said: "Last week the
Journal contained the celebrated
Wilson tariff bill. As the tariff was
the leading issue in the last cai
jaign and :he pet measure of Presi
delit, C(leeland, the country looked
%ith greitt iiterest to the proposed
tarIft egislation. 'I he bill has been
piepared and read in every section of
he land. % ill the people be satis
fed Nwith it! The privcipal party!
cannot claim that it will stand the
test of democracy, and the republicans
ought surely to tie satisfied,its their
favored institutions will not be seri
ously effected by its enactment into
law. The Soutl con find lttle coi
foi t in its pr visions, for the indus
ties that needed prottetion get none,
and the articlps wLich are to be pur
cbased will have to be paid at an ad.
vanced rate for the benefit of the
New Fiiglnd manufacturers. The
south -eils in a free marsiet and buys
in a protected oue. . New Eugland
boys in a free market and is protected.
e4ainist competition in the sales of
htr muanufacturers. Could the Mc
Einlev bill please the republicans
Iettei than the Wilson bill? Thtre
can certainly be little difference to the 1
republican between Mr Cle% eland and
his willing aids, and a president of
heir ch, ice. Bc a a with them on
nane- and is iI ' fr m them on
ued i."
THEN, NO WOND-I; TI: M .TNEL SAID:
We trust that the inflnence of ex
Sieaker Reed, Boss McKinley, thei
Columbia Register and the People's
Journal wil1 not prove fatal to the
Wilson bill.
BUT WHAT A WONDER TEAT THE JOURNAL
SHOULD IN THE SAME COLUMN SAY:
"The .our'al will not resent the
sneer of THE SENTINEL contained in
the above clipping, but it does not
permit the charge of being in
svnpathy with "Spe'!ikc: Reed and
Boss M-Kinlevy" to pa-; unnotict d.
T1 HE SENTINEL. aS it often does, speaks
without consideration in this instance.
The position of the Journal ou tariff
issues is well known to its readers,
and THE SENTINEL could have known
as much had it referred to its copies
of the Journal, thereby saving itself
froi the an\knard situation of ignor
antly making unfoundid charges
against the Journal. The Journal
reiter.tes for the benefit of THE ' EN
NEL, that it is not ill favor of Mt
Kiulevism, and that its objecti)n t
the \ ilson bill is on account of the
protective tariff in it and its sinilari
tv to the McKinley law. The Jour
nal ventures the assertion that it is
farter from McKizileyism tl ai THE
SEUNEL, notwithstanding the fact
that 'lHE SENTINEL has not expresedl
its viens on the tarifi que-stion. It
ught be in favor of the Wilson bill,
but it has not given the reason of its
faith, having contented itself with
neering at the position of other pa
pers, but artfully keeping its own
ounsel in the premises."
If rats and cats were the san e
ize, there would be many more
The Corn iltution.
The subject of a newv constitution
s beginning to agitate the journalistic
inds o. the State, but most of them
re approaching the question with a
treat deal of caution. THE SENTINEL
.n record as opposed to it, but will
aLe nothing to do in deciding the
ution. ~The, law'yers and judges
cave just aba~t learned Souith a
ma l'tw, and have emptied mauch of
t ito th,- thirty seven Mounws. 01 re
irts under the present fundamiental
aw. besides, the legislature has jumst
imshed a relision of the general
tatutes and the code. This is too
nuh labor and expense to be wiped
ut in a month by a c,>uveution.
Es~ecialy is this the case, wvhen we
miow that eve ry import-nt amendment
mggested by the obje-ctors to, the con
5tittion coul.: he- easily and cheaply
nser ted by k : -.f the people at
any genera] a. <>.. The funds
ruIal law of :7o qle should be
jealously gum>in, and no changes
should be nmat-, except those which
are of such necessity and importance
as to comnnend themselves to the cun
ideraion of the electors at the balloc
i~ox. In the last ten years several
nmennlts proposed have been
adoptd, and some rejected. Withl
he facilities we have for hearing di
er-tly from the people on any subje.ct,
ihere is absolutely no use of a con
ecutO.
Te reform mo~went is the
peoples mIovanjent and not the move
ent of amijtious politicians.-.\l an
uing Times.
It was very necessary for that fact
to be published, brother Apelt The
ae thing had occurred to us se-veral
times, but we were uncertain about
t We had never seen the people
riding or driving the movement, but
e knew that they were paving for
it on the installment plan. A heaivy
cc:talment wvill fall due this year-, as
the i:te of taxation has been fiixed
and now the asesment of land is to
be increased all along the line.
The alliance may nold a March
convention, buck and gag Go'-.'lill
man andsend him to the Uited States
Senate, .ut we hnsten to reimar-k
that he is loaded and automatie, and
had better be kept pointed towards
Washington, or he may disappoint
ome of1.iis asjirats,.
-rc. w skey War.
Whikey, like an attachment of the
late Banquo. will not sit down. It
is, it se ins, as well calculated to
raise a State row as the ofices. We
voted it down two years ago in the
piimary, but it is like the old woman
who would not ~stay sunmoned. This
reminds us that the prohibitionists
have lost the opportunity of their
lives by not electing Gov. Tillman on
their own platform. He could have
enforced prohibition with greater
success and w ith less expense than
zuyv other man in the State. If the
State was not engaged in selling
whiskey itse:f, it would have much
more time to look after those who
try to sell. Then, too, it could pose
with such fiue mor::l effict, and say
that thing is unlawful and you must
not do it. But as it is, sume w'ho do
not take time to spell out the whole
word, cannot see the inherent right
fur the law to prohibit one and pe,
mit another.
It is our candid opinion, however,
that Gov. Tillman as ruler of a pro
hibition State, would have been a
howling success. We are sorry we
di I not give him the job. It is a grim
pleasure to him to do what the other
crowd objects to.
YorklVie voted against the dis
pensary last Saturday by 144 to 76.
So the town will remain dry.
Amatuer Statesmen blould never
rush into print. Type is dull and
cold and stiff, and mutely paints.the
meaning of every word, ho"ever
deftly used to hide a thought, and
paints it not with single or nink.
Five sub.alliances have sustained
the Laincaster Review, u\hieh was con
demned by the county alliance for
its severe criticisms of the legislature.
The Review seems to be getting the
best of the fight, the alliance being
judge.
Juries repiescnt the sovereign
People. When the executive isurps
thir prerogative by re'ersing their
findings of facts, they will sooner or
later try their casts in a court from
whic.h no appeal' to executive
clenmeiey can be made.
Gov. Tilma'i is on the fence for the
first time, but it is just a little cross
fence between the c!over and rye
patches of the reform factious. He
will not take sides with any of the
eformers as against another of the
ame faith and order,
Gov. Northeu and his militia
h ught the pugilists, Corbett and
itchell, would try to com'e to Geur
ia to fight, and the governor w as
etermin~d they should not; so he
ot astride the path from Florida to
3eorgia and stood there tilU he heard'
the fight wvas over.
The New ad Curiee blood1
m the moon on account of the action
f the governor ini pardoniug Consta
ble Elliott for asgaulting Mrs. Nolte
u Charleston. There must be siume
bloo.. ther e, too, fr.om what some ol
he citizens of Lancaster say about
Eliott. All, howeve , nas g:;iet on
he Potomae at last accounts.
It is said that instructious have
been received by the auditors from
the comptroller-general to put real
estate up to its real value this
year for taxation. Well, it will not
aave to be advanced much. Like
otton and corn, it is an article of
ommerce, and like thtm, it has
gone dowvn. -there is no sense or
eason in raising assessments. Thbe
Study and effo'rts should be directed
to cqualizing assessmnents. It is a
sigificant fact: The rate has already
been fixed; andl the higher t be assess
net the moure money the government
will take from the people.
W. H. Pee..hLam, the presidlents
hoice for the supreme court, is, if
possible, more objectio)nable to the
Ne-, York senators than Mr. Horn
bloe r. This associa te justice busi
ness now gives pr mise of a fight to
the fiuish between the chief executive
afd( Senator Hill. Our sympathies
are decidedly with the senator
W beeler Hazard Peckham's record
does not commend itself to our taste
miear as much as that of Benjamin
Harrison. The fact is just about
this: The president owves the sena.
tors from New York a spite and he is
trying to Peck'em.
We arelikin ~the Unitid States
Senate much better than we did,
and it all comes: from its refusing to
-onsent to some appointments which
were distasteful to us. Scott Harri
son, the brother of Benjamin, was
turned down, and he ought to have
been, for his 1892 ticket was ungramn
matical. The same measure was
meted out to the two colored men
appointed to foreign posts. The
p)residert had a~s well take notice of'
the fact that this is a white man's
goverment, especially wvhen the sen
ate is democ'-atic. We are still un
The Charleston Justice Court cor
vieted Constable Elliott, who wa
charged with assault and battery o:
a woman in making one of his raick
The governor said that the defendan
should be pardoned as soon as th
sentence reached Columbia. Tb
governor or Charleston one is evi
dently mistaken in the wan, as thei
estimates of him are widely different
There has been much nndue excite
ment over the affair, and the militii
were ordered to be in readiness tt
hold things in check. Thus while i
storm is brewing on the coast, Pick
ens pursues the even tenor of bei
The agony at Jacksonville, Fla., ox
the fair grounds, was promptly ovei
at 2 p. m., on the 25th of January
and Jnmes Corbett remains the cham
pion pugilist f the world. Tbr<
was only one Mitchell present and h<
was not long in thering, having beet
knocked out in nine minutes. Gov
Mitchell was knocked out the day be
fore in -bout sixty minutes by th<
Duval Athletic Club. He says h<
had rather Le knocked out by .3uch f
club, than be the victim of the trip)
hammer crushers which pulverizec
pugilist Mitchell on the 25th. Cor
bett theatrical stuck will now be at i
great premiium.
Irom P'iedmunt.
The operatives are putting in elevei
hours a day.
RTev. Marsh and his good wif
have been down with the grip, bu
are able to be out again.
The Misses Lynch of Pickens ar
here now and have made waii
friends.
On my recent trip to Pickens
made a most pleasant visit to Mr
John Langston and family. Johu'
girls are all a fine set of bays.
also called on Mr. H. A Richey, a
his charming country homv, xhich i
all arrangtd in good style and tb
very best taste. After looking aroun(
PicKens, I am convinced that th<
best thing that call be done for yu
town is to erect a cotton mill abou
the size of Piedmont No. 3-23,00(
spindles, 73J looms; which would ad
about 1,50 to your population. ]
certainly advocate 'the cotton mil
business, and I know what I an
writing about The laud wher,
Piedmont No. 3 now stands, in Ander
son county, was bought fr.>m Col
King at $6300 per aere, and now i
sells at fromi $50.00 to $100J.t0 pe:
acre anywhein around in the country~
and wood at $. .00 per load. It is
good thing for any cottou country
F. K. McKinzie runs a dairy farn
and he sells milk and butter or any
thing else that can be raised ona
larm. T1heice is not suiflict wate]
power at the Court Hous-, but a 701t
horse power Corliss engine wo uld
pull a mill with the capacity ab
mentioned.
I had the pleasure of mneeting
mauv~ 0. 1my old friends while in Pick
ens, amioug them Mr. Jerry Looper,
who took me to b.. Peter Cauble, the
>Ad Greenviide blacksmith, and that
eauuedl a big' laug~h.
M~arried by the Rev. Mr. Dunlop,
at the re.sidence of the bride's mother.
Mrs. Jenkins, Mr. Jim R'oberts to
Miss .Sannie J1enkins. Jim is a 200.
pounde.r. Ou Saw
Ihurricane.
Joel Chandler Harris, in his articles
on "I'be Sea Island Hurricanes," in
the February Scribuer, says: "h
imnp esoion leit seems to be as vagut
and as shapeless as the tempest was.
Nevertheless, the more active and
alert representatives o~f the you ugel
generation have no advantage ovei
the oldest inha bitant in the matter of
iefinite mnformation. Nor have the
newsp'aper correspondents, nor h a
any liymg soul so iar as I hasve beei
abme aO- uiscover. There are thost
who know what was and who knon
whati:; but between what was anc
what is lhes the anful cataclysm o:
the storm. The curtains of the nigh
flapped over it; the cavernous ch u i
enveloped it; the raging temnpes
drowned it; the thundering titde cv
ered it. '1 he leaf iromn the tree, th'
-hip from the sea, and man that wvo
set to rule over all, becamie comipamot~
atoms, a-,d all were caught by th
storm a.2d hurled into chaos. An
when the morning dawned and th<
tide fell and the suu shone serenel;
over the scene of wreck and dlevastai
ion, there was none left to tell th
defimte story of the hurricane on th1
sea islands5. There is none to tell
today."
"A bot.t eight mioaths aigo I had LI
mumps, and pusi after recovei Ig. I cou
ieneed to): itter n itli dy -pep of12 in;
gesunu. k\ r Luree mioiih, 1Ler; was co~iiu
uadiy a pain or' lumpij is miy CeeSt, andt mi
bowels were so constil ated I could neve
take ant aperts~it. After usinig three bottit
or your daspepsia remiedy I was entirel:
well and have remained so.lI have not iaky
a igle drop (f mewdicine~ 5.ce, and hav
gainedi twelve pu.ids. ' 1 ours truiy,
J. E. Mclvxs.
Atantla, G,
Pr ice 50c per bottle. F.or sale by dirul
1000 Bushels Shelled Corn, delivere:
at Pelzer, 8. C., for which I will pa;
55 cents per bushel cash and retur:
sacks. TRiOS. J. MAIRTIN.
This is a beautiful bock and at th:
same lime one of the most u.;efu
Comprising in o-2c volume the rarce
treats in hiistory, ad venni, nrt an~
science, concluding with a concist
but most comprehensive list orV of th~
World's Fair. 500 splendid illustrz
tions at:d beautiful engravings n
Co'4lumbialn Architecture. Sold ou!:
h~v subscription. Address (jr call oi
I -If you have Vny broken window panes,
Sloan Bros., can dil them. Sloan's is the
best place to buy winlow glass and putty,
paints, seeds and drugs.
Advertising is to business what steam is
to machinery-the great motive power.
Adveitise in THE SENTINEL.
"Mrs. Winslow's Soohivg Syrup for
Cluidren TIeet hing" softenis the gumis, ze
- dures inflamation, allays pain ana cures
wind colic. 25c a bot tie.
- Notice the reading matter in THE SENTI
NEL this week. News! News: Now is
the time to advertise and subscribe.
Notice of Pial bettlement.
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
leave to make a final settlement of the
estate of Vicey Hendricks, deceased,
and ask to be dismissed as adininis
trator. D. E. HENDRIcKS,
Jan. 5.4t Adniuistrator.
Sloan Bros., Ni ill show you how
to pair t your bng-gy for 50 cents.
If your hands and face chap in
cold weather, Sloau's Camphorice
will cuire them.
Summons for Relief.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, .
Pickens County. J
Court of Common Pleas.
Tempy C Stewart. Sallie Siiinons, Susan
Iloward, J. N. Howard. E.' N. Garrett,
Morning F. Garrett, Alva V. Garreti,
Lillie 0. Gariett and Verner Ioward and
Mi':ie Hloward by their guardian ad lit
emt, J. N. tioward, Plaitiffs,
Againit
Corrie M. Blaloct;. Rob rt N. Blalock and
L. F. Blalock, Defe::dants. .
Sunilons for Reiivf. (Complaint
Served.)
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby s:, .-nined and required
to answer the comnp:, a. in this action. of I
wl'ich a copy is herewinh served upon you, I
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
s id complaint on thesubscrihers at their of
rice at Pickens, S. C.. wiiin twenty davs
after the so rvice hereof, exclusive of tl
day of such service; and if yon fail to an.
swer tihe complaint within tihe time afore
said. de Piaintiffs in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief denanded la the
complaint.
i Dated Januay 8th. A. I). 1894.
J. I. STE WAR I', C. C. P.
[Official Sel.]
J. P. C.t :i.., and Jons-;oy & R1iCIET,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
To the defedant!s Robert N. Ialock ar-d
L. F. Balock:
Take notiuc that the c'mplaint tti this
action, togrether with the stnmons of
which the for-oinig is a copy was filed in
tlie ofi-e of the Clerk of the Court of Coi.
mon Pleas for the (o'unty of Pickens in the
State ot South Ca' olint, at Pickens, in said
late and C)untv oin the Silt (lay of Jan
uary lim1
J. P. CAHsY, and ,TousxsoN & Tliette:.
1 Plaintiffs Attorneys.
A. ndro.N jC. ~ tcs5. C
UR~Y& IuGGs.
AxTTO1RNEYs AT LAiW.
PICK ENs, s. C.
LL& WEL1~oN,
Di:NTIsTS,
el2 Main street. GIIE IL LI . S.L C
Gas g.. en every Th';r'day ad Werl:ir and
ecth extractedi without pai:1.
otice over westmnoreland itros .t Duke's D~rug
store.
tjanssttr G E ENv1LbLE. s. C.
jC. FITZ'!-R.\LD,
P'lioTOGR.APHER, t<
GREENVIL:.E, S. C. v
over Westmoreland Bros'. D)rug Store. .Alt
work done by toe- instantaneous, process. Also t
m-*ike calargemenC~ts from 0ok1 poctures to any n
ie in water colors, crayon, Ini ink, oil and
lain phottographs.d
Sanmmons for Relief. I
i TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I
t'
J.Tcob Alexander, Wmn. Alexander, b
Elizal-eth Cannon, Mary .Grave
ler, Milley Bennett, Anthony B.
Lewis, M. H. Lewis, R. K. Lewis.
and .lohn T. Lewis, WV. J cob
Lewis, Malinda (4. Lewis, Sarah
iM. C. Lewis and Elton MeD. Lewis
byli their guardian ad litenm A. B.
against
George K Hen:lricks, Jutlitus H.
Alexander, Thadeus A. Alexander,
James Alexander, Win. A. Alexan
der, Wmn. H. Alexander, Ephraim
T1. Alexander, Mary Alexander and
IJames A, W atts, DefendIants.
1 Summons for Relief. (Comn
plaint Seread).
To the Daentdants ohove named:
You are hereby smtamoned and re
qgired to answer tile complatint ini
L'this action, of whijch a copy is here
with served i'p n you, and to serre ta
copy of your asi.wer to the said com
plaint on the Suibscrib'er at his oilee,
Pikens, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the ser~ice hereofI
excusivte of the day of sneh service;
lt, if you fail to answer the comnplaintt
t.ini the titme atforesid,the Plaitiis
in this action will apliy to) the ('oturt
for the reief demainded in the com"
plaint.
Dated Jan. 16th, A. D. 1814.
J. M. STevArr, C. C. P.
(Seatl]
Jrt'Is E. BOGG4,
Pllaitiis~' Attorney.
To all the Defendants except Geo Ii.
Hen-tricks:..
Taka notice that the complaint inm
his ationtt, togethert with the sumu
mos, of which the foreguting is a
~ opy, wa tiled in the ottice of the
Ilerk of the Court of Conmmon rletas
fort County of Pickens, in the'
Stte of South Carolina, at Pickens,
-in sail State and County, on the 1GthL
diiv of January, 1894. That the ob
1jtof saidl actioni is to partition the
.real estate: of u illiamn Allexander, and
Cthat no personal claim is made against
any of von, and if yo answer it will
be at vyour o~wn cost.
J. E Bo0os, P1'tffs' Atty.
STFwARIXT. C. ..
HELLO'
What's that? Why
kicking! Not kicki
kicking our Job Pre
If you want GOO.
in its latest and mos
SEN*'NEL. Price
work just as good
ruaranteed.
ICKENS SENTINEL 4
MUMI~A ANI GtHBUVILE -T
SaI
1muel Spencer. F. W. fuidekop :r and Reubin
Fos ter. Receivers.
Condensed Schedule in effect Dec. 24. 1893.
Trains run by 75th Meridian Time.
o. 11 No. 22
Daily STATIONS. Daily
5 ........ Lv. ChI rie:,t in. A ......... 8
20am Co!un bia. '' ... .... 4
04p ........ " . ton - ........ 330pm
1 ISpm ......... o ........ 3 14pin
2 35pn........ .. Prospei ity ........ .55pIn
5 p......... Newberry ..- - pin
5p.....,... elena . ........ .35pin
I 3lpm ........ . Chap .ell-x " ........ I 56pm
1 pmnI........ Ninety Six " ..--.----I 32pm
S37p.m.... .. . ien w d .. ........---- . 2.-pm
.3pin........ .. Hodge's '' 135pm
2pm..... ..--.1)onna's" .... ... 12 6pm
5pm........" lonea lrath ". ........1u3pm
55p n...........\r ielt n Lv ..........II 40rIm
.pm .......... Lv Betti-n \r .......... lopr
24pmd.............\ deron... . .....11 15 lm
i.. , pm .............en et n - - - - -.. 10361-1m
; n'pin ...... I ze t t II t f
30pm .............tr en Lv..... .. 1(0 ( p
50pi........... Lv Senec a Lv ...... .... V ym
25"pm......A W: ihalia Lv.... 90,.m
15pm ......?r Greeniv e Lv.... ....1 15pm
Between Anderson. :eltou and GrecnVille.
S11 ' Dl -\ If s -
3 8 m ......... Lv A nderon IA r ......... 12',pin
40pin.........A r I Tton Lv...........15-pm I
4 ~ ~ 1tjn .v' B "t Ar ........ n
00pm ........... L Joelt; .\ ... ....113 (1 - I
4 20pm.........r Willi.sson. Ar. r.... m -i
4 26pm ......-........P 1 er........... II 11U In "
40pmi...........Piedmont ............. 10",p in
4 . . e .....p-......10 1pm
I 2Opm..........Grc, ii iiPL.
Between Charleston. Columbat. Alston and
Spartanburg.
D)aily.
~ 3. 'I\i\s 14.
ST.A TION S. N.,1.
7SIin...... Lv Chair'eton Ar....8.45>m
10lam......L Columblia .\r...... O.001m
5')pin .... ..... .... \ ton ..O..... i--1 .- I2
4Ipm....... ...C tr. .. .. .-1 4 i
10pm ... ... ... ..1 nion ---- - ---10 a5t9
7 !h,mn....... ... Ioe~'"I e--- ---...0.3Ipm
4 1pm ......... paroinur Lv....1im
1 20mlf........ - .. . vhe ile LI..... 6 ii.m
evtweenf N('Jerr. Clinton and Laure.s.
I '1nt..... Lv ( tM inhia .\r...... I 14i
'00pm.... ....... Nv b r --..- -v -1"".
1 5pmn............ Uddlii.........lII :s
3 15 lrm.......... '. ' o u -e~- -----.----- O tE
Between I,.i iled; an AL bvihe.
305m...... L-,- lIfd~e: .t r. ...."G L v
I5pm ...... . . I ):rrauh's....... 10"5
40m.......r A bbevile L..... 20; "
. 9. -No. I2"
15pm....... r .Xtbberille L'..... . i hm
Connections viat Sotu ti !;undi' Rai'ro: d.
- ihi;y.
45am...Lv Columia .\r.... 4p
.0am.... A r Savannah Lv.....10.20cm f
Nos. 13 and I4 aire solid trains bctween Charles
Throuith coaeh between; So:~nnah and .xse
lle On 14 and 13.
Trains leatve Spartanburg. A. &~ C. divmoin.
buled limited: southbound. 12.25 a. mn., 351 p.
.. 11.37 a. mn. X Vestibuled limited: westbound.
I. N. C. division. 6 20 a'nd 3.10 p. mn.. for llen
ersonville. Asheville aud Ilot Springs.
T ins le:ave Greenvil~e. S. C.. A . X: C. divien.
>rth bound, 12.12 a. mn.. 4.00 p. mn.. 5.2. i Vesti iul
limited I: ,iouthbounid, I.-.- a. mn.. 4.00 p. m..
.28 p. mn. (Ve--tibuied l~iitd.
Trains leave Seneea. .\. & C. divisionl. north
mnd. 11.30) p. mn., 2.27 p. mn.. anid 4.1n p. m.:
u lth bondi. 3.32 a. in.. 5.35 '. mn. alnd 1.:i7 p. m.
Pullman Slecrner on I3 and 14 het,. aen (harle
in and Asheville, via Colmbia and Spartan
Pulman palaie .leeping~ car on trains 35 and
.7 and as oin .. & C. division.
I .3
V. T. McllElE.
Gel' lSuperinten~dent. Columiat. S. C.
Ass't Gen'i Pass. Agt.. .\tlanta, Ga.
W. 11. GR imN.
Gen'1 Mianager. Washington, D.. C.
WL. .\. T'll'.
Trattie M1anager. Washingiton. D. C
Scientifc Amnerican .
Agency foi'
SCAVEATS, t
TR~ADE MARKS,
DESICN PATENTS,
CC7YRICHTS, etc'
ot information anvd free THandbook writO to
MUNN & CO., 361 B3IOAt DnY, NEW YORK.
dest bureau for securing patents'in America. .
lvery patent taken out by us is brought before
ae public by anotiCe given frce of char'ge in the
orld plendidly illustrated. No intel1ie1
ian should be withott it. Weekly -S3. a
e SL50 six imonths. Address MU NN &C.
etJuras, 26~ l. roadwvay, Kow York City.
,,0eeeOoge~t ooo,..e @0eeee'e
r HERIPAS TAULESregulate the etcinach, e
l'ive adowelt,nurify sn nud ar a * u
r~tafeend awayerretctuaL. Areiale 0 C.~r
remedy for msousn'ess, ltce on the Face, 0 h
IBright's D)isease, Uatarr, Colic, Cons ottn, ~G
Caronic Di~wrlma. Chroni Liver Troubl. Din
bees Ditardered :stomach, Dizz-nesentery, ~
ranice idney~tl Col%"xa Liver Troubles,.
L.s of Appetite, HIental Depresrion. Nausca. ~
N ie tte Rash, - Fainful Dig CS 11
tio PimpRush of l od
to itpe ea Sallow Com- -
on Sal t~d thbeum. Senld*
a.-heSLnDis. ,.asesSouir ' --
Stomach.Tired F,:cling.Torpid *
Liver, Ulcers. Wa tecr Brash S
and very oth. er c-ym pt o c-e
or dese that r e ii-itS from0
i mpure bloodo1' a frailure in the" properCI rform-6
Iance othcfntosby th toach.li er and*
mntesnes. Po-ons given to over-eating are be
etd by takingi on t'ule nfter each meaL A
continud us.of the RtiprinsTabUlas te surest * 5~
cure for obstinate con~tlpation. They corntain *
nothing that can be jn',ous to the most deli
eate. i grosst i2. 12grosst 11.25.14 grsStc., S 1) -
-1 gros i cents,. t-at bY miaii ~ta~ad. 0 p .
Addrews THE RtIPANS CHE lCAi CO L e --Y
SCHOL.CURH BMR .- F
r- FURUITURIL
Settees forR. R.Depotsp,
and Public B.d'gs- mei
GATES DESK 00 but
., GREENVILLE .'C. A
HfE LLO!
certainly we are alive and
ng about the hard times, but
sses for all they are worth
D, NEAT JOB PRINTING,
:artistic designs, call at THE
as low as anywhere and
if not-better. Satisfaction
10B DEPARTMENT
no IVMim L L
auel Spencer, F. W. Huidekoper and Reubti
Foster; Receivers.
Atlar.ta C Charlotte Air-Line
livision.
Schedule in effect Jur3y 2nd, 1893.
.N Ol 1i mtt .%D. 0o. 0~N . 21. No. 38
Eastern Time aly ul~.Lf
Atlanta tE-T).. I ...
l'e.c tLie ............................
Belt .lunction.. ......... 1Itm.
Goodwin........ ........10 ..M.
Chiamlt-e .... ... ........1 h..
Doraville........ ........1031am.
Nore~oss ...... ..7j.3.m 10 .
buluth .. ... ..... 10 .
Suwance.... ... .........11 ..
uord............... 11
Flowcry Brancha .. 11 2&m .
Odplelim........... ........11 Vem _...
U\ine .svine. ..... 11 i6an 2L.pm
Newv Hollandl............i1
White Sulphur ..... ......o(n...
LU! ......... 8 i6.45 m 19 L111 1.
1,6 w i . .. .. .. I.... ... 1 1 am ........
................ 12 .......
.... ........10 Cm.
........ 1- 11n ........
StA ym.......... 9 14 ........
. t Aiy.......... ...l 10 r, e .m
.Nye: Le.......... .... 1. . ..
'I L..ou ...... 1 'em...... ,
.....t..... ...... ... 1 3trm.
............ ... M........ ..
l n ........... ...... . 1 4m .... ...
WenuiSLr..... .....2 1 ' .
uiha.nd.................23 m .
Seneca ...........10 11m 4 4t .
KeLnee................
Cahou.n.................Z(q 3.
certraly............1u3Z3p 3Ca) 24 m
Libe ty ..................3 Irnm
A y..x........1 pn ~iji
'I(osscn ............. .. 3 T .1 U .
yaos..... .........4J .
Mauicin................... 3 "tI .
IaUin........... ......4 C .
Richllnd ............... 7 D
Seneca.................A)..
Keoweeb r~..............54 .
Calhoun................n;m
Central............... em
Lierty...... ......
Eat- ys....... .,~3
Crossweb..............6I D
Grcille......a~......
Tastlor's........ ....I (
l~o1ei............ .... 1 141.
1,d...............12y
r. i~aih~ie.... .......1.-12 5..4m34
No 635\o 1 tory7m
(hariuie.... .. ...x 1G m 9. Sh
J.~d............. ...1 '11plm.
]ie~~hL1t.......... ...12 2051.lm
l........ 2.li.m .
ile.i~U~r Cty.......... 7 237m
....... ... .... 27 5a;.
Cowpr~.............. 300)m
(l~ftn...............2.31.m.
Spartaht~rg 1107am 33::Ojt 11Sa
~n~rjr r tne..... ... C21 .
GI~erI...c...............4317;m.
(.ueean'.... ..... ........3.
Wellford........... .......5~m
(iowpets.....,..... .......(. .
Th.eketty.......... ........pm
G.eiu 3y...... 17c 59am~ ~ j
Bla~iceug...... 1 13 4
Grcr............,.......54
We in i'-> M unr :II.. ......
1Ieremer..it...... .... ...0jm
15 00 "m
5~- 04q.m .
'~e~i ............6pm....
Vt \5;7pm.........
t tm;............5 5tim...
67ym 7p
Lul..........5 ibi 15pm ...
'~t~ Hllad.... 6.. 45.S.lm ...
Gamns~mle 53ar 7 81-m .......
Ioell ....... ...........8 71'nm...
1ielleeon..... ...... s 54;l...,
DLuth............. ..... 7;wr. ...
r.harleo.te..............am 74C5.;
...harlot............... i n
L:e-do ..................~m
14lt.T~ell........... .......
G~atoehtc..................
Aelana ty ....l.:n115m .m
Lionia cksb rd ....... xitig dvr
Spartrabrgen~..
Fair Fo Past...... .. Wahntn D..
Wenfo L ........ . ~ . tlna a
ener..'s....... ... ~ igon .C
Wiltr ngtn..... . .. a.1, 83
E e e.....e....ad ol bi
Upeer So............ Weten ~r
Riichar ...' Aten.n. At... C nene
igWetinster-......
adi.o ... ....e. ... ..A . S4p
Fianm....... ......I
A yri~......... .....SS
'pmt.\i..f.......... .y.....25p
Corr...i......~.b .. .....2
ponv.ew......ii.G........ I!p
liein.. ....... .r. . .....2.
Lula..... .. ........ e..... '1.I
Wphi...u.ph.....Lh.......0u
pew......nd...A...........~n
O. el.'........ ins........ l)~p
Flowry:Banch.. C . .3p
..wa.........An.....S 'a
...u.............. :A::Q1ia
N.rer.............. u-g
Dor .vil' e..... . ..... 5a
Goi dwin No.......... ld trin btw
rielto and r Ctuon.. ... C
PeachtreM..........
11t25pm~ 32see 00 'n.
~ impovedfarmlard.0:a i 2 sQ..mof$20.
*ard. Lons rpaya .e.i ~.. a1 07 alm
its ?hough ape .i ......i 1e. th- Dm
~ t~; borowerto.py.of h37 ndb.m~aU
~c~ exhasting 12A die in any7 n a
aly to J. 1259am S.67tome

xml | txt