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OKENS SENTINEI
1CK W1s C H., s. U.
J. H, 110(U, Proprietor
i Itred at Pickens lostofllce atj Second Clai
Matter.
98J isoRIP1toN '1R clE, $KM per Year invar1n
bly in advatee: for six nonth. 76 ceum..
Advertisementh IinOsrted at on6 dbla per squna
1of one inch or loss for the first insertion an
ilfty ceruth for eaci subseqmieuit itettilon. ,
ilibora discomnt mnde to ionrt hats and otlfu
(Ivertisin --. for six months or a year.
W* POS'iA)N A 1v I.RisECNiT POS)
TIVELY NOT TAKEN.
Obituary notices exceeding five ltes, tributte
of' respect, comntiiationto of a persont
character, when adinissable, will be charge
for as adverilsements.
THURSDAY, FERUARY 22, 1894.
IP to the Itacket
The whiskey constabulary of Chai
lston, have developed an en tirel,
new phase in their manner of raidin,
on February 16th they called at fh
grocery store of C. Schulze, and-afte.
going through all the premises, ever
to the man's bed-room, stopped al
a burglar proof safe which they foun
locked, they demianded Shulzo t<
open it, but lie refused to do so o
tell them tho combi)ation. Fourteer
of the constables then sat down ai
rent the fifteenth for a blacksmith
He failed to find one in the city wh<
would coniient to open the safe
Then they put a seal of South Caro
lina on the lock and left it. During
the night burglars entered the stor
and removed the seal, but made m
attempt to break the safe.
The next morning, Shulzo immedi
ately notified the chief constaibli
that his seal had been broken an<
requested him to come to the stor(
as he iltened to openl the safe. Th.
constables declined to attend, an<
reported the matter to Gov. Tillman
It would be an act of simple just ice
if these papers which are having st
much to say at this time, about the
condition of the United States Treas.
ury, would publish a little more of
the ti uth, and state that it is no fault
of tile present admiiistratiou that
bonds had to bo issued to get the
funds to run the govermnent. But
it is the sweet privilege .f those who
are not drawing pay from the public
treasuri(s to ciiticis% berate, an<l
belittle the management of thos<
who are using the taxes to pay thei
grocery bills. All such things ar
fired at the people year after year n ith
Jittlo prospect of chango for the bet.
ter. When the people are out of pa.
tienee they meke a change of officers,
But we feel sure that a tremielndgu
swell in the tide of commerce ani
manufactures is going to come to tlh<
relief of the demuocratic p)arty befor<
18t6.
From the way newv roads are beUingC
added to the already long list of such
enterp~rises inl this counlty, the road
workers might have cause for com.
plaint. But uinder the new law~ which
goes into effect the 1st of next Janui
ary, we apphUCiend1 the traveli 'g pu b
lic wvill be the first to complain. 'I he
eomuntation tax will just produce so
mucli and 110 more, and that will be
the fund toi put the roads in fix
This tax will r~ present mioro labor
than the-roads have been accustomed
ti-get from the hand, yet it will have
be judiciously applied in order to cov
or the increased mileage. Some are
of the opinion tha~t our mileage oi
pu~blic reads is becoming too extensivi
but if experience shows that aniy ar<
unnecessary, they can bo0 disconitinii
ed.
We are still conviniced that we didi
the proper thing when "e adviseut th<
reformers to run Gov. Tilbnan Ior *1
third term. If thoy dcideI not to do
t his, they had better hol a conven
tion and solidify their force~s. The
anti- newspapers seem very solicit ioust
for the welfare of the movement and
are trying to do all they can to keelp
down division among the reformers.
But it is very clear that they will have
to look to some other source for co
hesive substance, than the rnks of
the conservatives. They will have to
wield their enthlusiasmn at some other
forge this year, as there is not politi
tical energy enough in that crowd to
get up a blow.
The surety company businless has
como to stay. It is all thle time grow
ing in popularity, and all the time
people who have to give bonds for
Ildelity are becoming more adverse to
asking their friends to sign with
- thenm. The fc htabn sr
q mire di. shoul be a a iscen re o
for ayone declining to 8ig~n it. But
a company wvhich is paid to do puich
a business, can afford to pay some,
body to look After those whom~ ii
guarantees. And when a mnan knowi
he is looked after, lie i.i not near si
&pt to go wrong. So the busines
wil help in more ways than one.
The sub-Alliance in Lancaster cour
ty, which came out so boldly in sui;
p~ort of the Reoview in its arraignnmen
of the administration, has had aniothe
metng. and reversed itself. So th
p. y! bollred before it got out c
The editorial end Of the Greenville
News is becoruingdeliitfully poetic:
It is fairly electrified with the serene
position it holds on the fence.
The Marriage at the Preabyterian
church to-day, Wednesday, will be at
or near 10 o'clock. It is expected that
the vestibuled train, southbound, will
pause at Easley and receive- the bridal
party.
Judge Gresham, who is now see
retary of State, was until about a
year ago a pensioner. The pensioi
was discontinued at his request.
Some rebel put a bullet in his carcus.
when he was nosing around Atlanta
during the war.
The old democratic party is loom
ing up beautifully. It is going to
have a full fledged democratic lawyer
for associate justice of the supreme
court. This is the fiat of ah miajority
of the senators. Two heads are so
much better than one, that we cannot
help thinking that there ought to be
agreat mny more such institutions.
We do not know what the weather
bureau has in store for us, but it is
rersonable now to suppose'that we are
near the spring end of one of the most
remarkably mild winters that this sec
tion has experienced in many years.
Astronomers will soon inform us of
the cause. It may be that the near
ness of the planet Venus to the earth
will have its full share in the phenoim
enOn.
We are persuaded that the defici
ency in revenues, under the opera
tion of the Wilson bill, is not going to
be near as great as some suppose.
It is well known that the preeint tariff
amounts to prohibition in a great
many important an(d useful articles,
and the reduction is bound to open
soum1e lucrative channels for relenue.
We trust the senate will rush matters
and let us see.
The Senate has rejected W. H.
Peckham for associate justice of the
Supreme court by a vote of 41 to 32'
If the President cannot find a demo
crat, in the circle of his own acquaint
ance to fill the place, he ought to ask
for suggestions. Butler voted for
and Irby against conformation, each
on his own judgmetnt. We like inde
pendence. If we should get out, we
would walk a day through the raini
for it.
The quickening of the pulsa of
tradle is aplparent even on the out
po)sts. Railroad or no railroad, loads
and loads of merchandise are rolling
into Pickens day after day. Pickens
county has never hadl more corn at ~
this timec of the year, and many of the
farnmrs north of the Coum t House
have already begun to move the cropi
in spite of bad weather and bad roads ~
and the low price. But fifty cents a
bushel is said to be better than cot
ton in this country at seven cents.
Some are now obtaining short loans,
with a view to putting their corn on
the market as soon as the roads will
bear it. W hen we COmle to think
about it though, a bushel of corn will
purlchiase as much now as it would
when corn wvas a dollar a bushel. The
solid faci, remains that plenty of hog
aund harmony is a badge of prosperity
and independence.
Thme eScm inm Pontilcs.
Farmers of the State, all of you
who have made sorghum syrup,
know when the juice is put in the
kettles, as soon1 as it begins to simmer
and boil, the foulest scum comes to
the top. To make clear and good
syrp~l the scum is prompt'y skimmned
off and( thrown out. If that is not
(done the scum will mix into the syrup
and ruin it. The same thing holds
good in plolitical revolutions. Wo are
no0w expericingOl) that uincomnfortable
conlditioni. If you do not cast off and
send( into merited obscurity the false
leaders you hwe beeni following blind
13y, leaders who have promised you to
dlo many things if you wordd elect
them to offico, and have niot performed
a single one, leaders who, t~o advance
their own interest, have done many
things they ought not to have done,
all of us sooner or later will go down
into one common ruin. If you fail to
do your duity in that regard, nothing
cani avert the dire disaster. It is
sure to come."--Ellison Keitt in Cot
ton Plant.
Thlis is treason. Keitt and the
Cotton Plant .v'ill have to be snp
planted.
Towanship Board of Asessforw.
The following are the assessors:
Easley Towvnship-J. Monroe King,
M F. Williams, E. B. Lathem.4
Liberty--W. T. O'Dell, W. T.
Bryant, E. B. Richardson.
Central-A. B. Williams, T. L.
Watkins and E. H. Lawrence. .
3 Hurrican-J. E. Burroughs, Jesse
IR. Rosa, P. J. Mauldin.
Piekens.-W. T. Bowen, F. M.
Morris and L.. D). Stephens.
Dacusville--..G. WV. Griffin, WV. N.
1I Hughes, J. E. Hill.
t Pumpkintown--Allen K. Edens, A.
B. Chastamn anmd Matthew Hendricks.
Eastatoe-R. L. Gilstrap, Daniei
Wincheater arid John W.qThomhs
f Tihe auditor will soon call them up1
to paso upon the returns.
1Id Away,
ar M. O.IMNWTON.
Methinks I hear the golden rod say
As it nude 'o the passing breeze:
"Wihy am I thus lild away,
Where n1o one my beauty oyer sees?
Yes. hid away in this cheerless plhce, -
Where never comes a fair maiden,
Willi her bright and liapp)y face.
Nol with other flowers her dinupled bandi
are laden.
I'm sure I am as graceful as a cueeon,
While my golden plume wou d be
Mete for tile warrior's sieen;
But I'm hid away, you see. -
AhM of this old hedge-row I am so tired;
Wh y did nature make me here to grow,
Where I am never'admired,
Eave by the rude winds that toss me to
and fro?
Yes, tile chilly autumn day,.
Tells me it will not be long
Ere I'll be wrapped-ini gray,
While this ashall be mny to:)g.
Hid Away. "
Silly flower, awake from your dream,
Thot jt mnot fogotten nor hid away;
Only gliding al-ongthe terrestrial strea'n,
Where nurmuring-and discontent; beset
tihe way.
Rememberest thou? Twas on isolated
Ararat,
God ainde the Ark of Safety to rest;
Knowing in his goodness and mercy, I hat
It wotid be a baln to many an aching
breast.
Hearken, what do the zepb rs say?'
"Don't forget the klud Creator's power,
For thee glad tidings steal o'er the way;
'hou art now the great National Flower.
Thus patience wl I win, ne'er give o'er,
Though the pathivay be rough and steep;
Gaze steadfastly to yonder shore,
Where the sad and <desolale iie'er weep.
Gentlemen of the Jury.
The following are the Grand
Jurors for 1894.
W T Bowen, C E Hamilton,
J M Welborn, V 11 H Ariail
John L Gravley, C T Martin,
J M Winchester, R A Kay,
Robert Stewart, B H Williams,
W R Garrett, G W Griffin ,
W H Perry, J B Fendley,
B J Johnson, MatI. Hendricks,
J H Lawrence, Samuel Edems.
PETIT JURY FOR NEXT TERM OF COURT.
E C Brown, C M Smith,
Elisha Gilstrap, Irvin Nicholson,
J D Moore, W A Hamilton,
John F Arnold, James B Mauldin,
Aaron Joe Boggs, F L Garvin,
W G Cooley, Wmn J Lynch,
L E Hunnicutt, E F Keith,
A I Craig, V J B Chapnan,
G v Stegall, W M Jones,
B F T Blackeby, E B Sheriff,
T S Hollingworth, T J Ligon,
J Perry Fendley, G T Hendricks,
Alonzo Ni Folger, John D Burgess,
James J Herd jr, T H Stewart,
Wm J Jones, A P Alexander,
E, V Dunwoody, S B Mann,
T A % illiams, l 0 Looper.
I 0 Williams, V A Ferguson.
lie PantA for Fame.
A boy in the Wichita schools has
been suspended for reading the fol.
lowmng essay on "PanIIts:" "Paints
are made for men andl not men'tor
pants. Such pants don't last. Pants
ire like mnolasses; thoy are thinner in
wot weather and thicker in cold. The
nan ini tihe mnon changes his pants
lurinag tho eclipse. Doni't you go to
lie pantry for pants; you mfight be
uistaken. Men are often mistaken
n pants. Such mistakeE make
>reeches of promise. There. has
ieen much disenssion as. to whether
>anlts is singular or plurail Seems
oi us when men(1 wear pants they are
>lural, and when they don't wear any
ants it is singular. Men go on "a
~car in their pants, and it is all tight,
out when thme pants go on a tear it is
ill wrong."
A I~nppy Me.:rrlngr.
H-ear the niedding bells, silver h~ells!
On Wednesdayr, tho 14th inst. Mr.
L. E. Chaildress wias happily married
to Miss Kato Lewis, daughter of
)mr to vnsman, Rev. John T1. Lewis.
Thie weddin~g took p~laco at the beauti
fuld country home of the bride's father,
about seven miles north of Pickens.
T[he ceromnoney was performed by
R1ev. J. M. Stewart, at 4 o'clock in
the aftoi noon, and wvas witnessed by
several of the friends and relatives of
the con tractinmag parties.
The bride was tastefully and beauti.
fulfly attired in cream albatross,
trimmed in ribbon and lace, and the
groom wore a faultless fitting Prince
Albert suit.
Truly they were a coup)lo much
admired. Th'le congratulations andl
wedding feast which followed wvere a
fitting climax to the joyous occasion.
The next evening they enjoyed a re
eeptioni tenidered at the residence of
he groom's father, near Travellers'
Rest, in Greenville county. Mr. Clili
riress is a handsome, indlustrious and1
rising y'oung lawyer at Pickens, and1
the prize lie has won is alike admired
for her p~ersonal beauty and charm
ung manners.
The Ellison family, of which there
ire several branches in the vicinity
>f Easloy, recently got news that there
wvas a considerable estate in Texas for
lhemn, left by Mr. J.no C. Ellison, or
Iis~ sons. Mr. Hugh Ellison, Mrs.
Ranicy Balentine and Mirs. JTohnson,
who live in and unear Easley, aro the
b~rothiers and sisters of Jnio. C. Edison,
wh~o went to Texais some years previ
me to tho war. They had niot been
ierd from in thirty years until the
iews camne that they were all dead.
'ho Ellisons ill scnd a represenita
:ive to look after the matter in a
short while. -Democrat.
IT Ts EVER WoRD THE TRUTH'j.
T'here is a man in town who does
~hmags in his own peculiar w~ay; he
mas his shirts muade to open on the
diouildor, turns his undershirt wrong
ulde out and changes the b)utto~ms to
mit, wears his socks wiong side out,
Inas his drawers mnade with the seams
>utside, has a pocket in the leg of his
pants, eats salt on a wdernmelon, and
mugar on a cantalope, aud it is report.
~d butt we don't -assert it, that lie
was married Bitting down in a split
ottom chair. Guess. who be ist.
T'airliold Tieal1
'-The mnost wonderful serinion I
ever heard," said- a, business man to a
writer for the Pittsburg Dispatch,
''was delivered by a colored preacher
in South Carolina in a slave pen,
which was being utilized as a church
shortly after the war. I happened
to drop into the large gathering of
colored people one night, and was in
formed. that a new preacher was
about to be tried. The minister
arose back of a pulpit that had been
inipruvised from a barrel turned bot
tom upward,. on which was a- lighted
candle stuck in a bottle. He began
to read the Bible, but stumbled at
every word,.spelling some throughout
beforo pronouncing them.
A man in the rear said: 'Go ahead
with your sermon,' and the preacher
ceased reading. He stood up at full
length, and in the dim, flickering
light of the lone candle looked more
like an atparition than a man. His
subject was 'The Judgment.' I-lore
came in that wonderful iniaginative
quality for which the colored race is
noted. In going about duing the
war, he had become imbued with the
military spirit, so lie began by giving
a vivid word pic ture off the hosts of
heaven, lying.in in their ttnts noelep
the night before judgment day.
Then he worked up to a point
where the bugle sounded to prepare
for the descent upon the sinful world.
He pictured the heavenly hosts hur.
riedly running out of their tents to
form in line of battle with the Great
Commander in front. Then he de
scribed the stillness that reigned
when all was ready, awaiting the coml
mand to advance. By this time the
whole congregation, including myself,
were sitting with nerves strained, ex
cited in the extreme, and as the
preacher described the tranp, tramlp,
traip of the mighty host approach.
iug the earth, I'saw several terrified
members get down under the benches.
He then followed a courier coming
from the distance who reported death
on a white horse as having appeared
far away..
When the preacher described the
Commander detailing the squad of
his soldiers to 'go capture death,' a
terrified moan cane front the audi
nce. Finally he brought the army
f heaven down to earth just before
lay-break, and had them resting on
Lheir arms awaiting Gabriel's trum.
pet. He pictured at length how quiet
Ever3ythgir was, and then putting his
band to his mouth lie imitated the
bugle call, which so terrified and coin
pletely unstrung his audience that the
greater portion of it arose hurriedly
and rushed out of the building. In
all my life I have never heard a ser
mon that had such a startling effect
ipoli the congregation.
Iagulls aead Saina Joeies.
The spectacle of Hon. James In
galls and Itev. Sam Jones in coijine.
tion is calculated to rivet p~ublic at
ten tion. Thlese two remarkable men
camie together in Nashville, Tenin., a
lay or twvo ago, and~ not since thw
11ppea race of To mmany in, per-ihmelion I
vith~ Ward McAllister has there beenCU
show ini any way comparable to it.i
Mir. Inmgalls has always been re-t
~arded as the highest type of the in-r
ellectual agnostic. Sami Jones hsi
nlpressedl l''self uponi the geneira- 1
ion as the i ost perfect specimnen of
eligious raw miaterial. Mi . Ingalls
a master- of classic and polished
peech. Mr-. Jones rejoices in a 1
hetoric that never trims its hair or
years a necktie. Mr. Ingalls debatesi
uuch as Launcelot o: Bedivere rodeI
n the lists at Camelot-gallant,
thinning, picturesque. Mr. Jones,
hishevelhed, fierce, unkempt, aigues
svith the Beoutian club. Mr. Ingalls
exemplifes the arts of the barber,
the manicure, the tailor, and the
chef. Mr. Jones burns with conI
tempt for the enervating luxuries of
life and, ns near-ly as the law allows,
exemplifies the state nature.
And yet Mr-. Inigalls went to hear
Mr. J1ones preach, listened atten tivelv
froim beginning to end, and them'
waylaid him at the door to tell him
that ho indorsed every' sentiment he
had uttered. 'Ihey ~shook Mns
eJones welcomed Inigalls to his sc..eme
of salvation. And so, these two ex
trenmes, thrown together by the
caprica of fate, touched, and fused,
a 1(d sparkled for the world's aston
ishnmnt. If Tom Paine and Torque
mnada conld have embraced; if Inger
soll andI Stiggins could have fallen on
each other's necks; if Attila and Per
icles could have exchanged kisses; if
Beau Brumniell could have taken
Praise God Barebones on his knee
if any conjunction equally grotesqcue
could have occurred it would 'not
have excited mora wonder than this
blendedl rap~ture of .lohn J. Ingalls
and Sam Jones. There is just one
p)ossibility that may avert paralysis
b.y stupefaction, and that is the pos
sibility that the stoi-y may be dis
proved.
eorrIs IWheel to go to New York.
Mr. H. WV. Coffin, of this city, who
lias been in Chicago since last A pril,
ungaged in various cnterprises con.
aectedl with the World's Fair', has
been placed in conitrol of the r-eorgan-1
zation scheme p~rior to the renmoval,
>f the Ferris W~heel to New York<
sity and the chances are that th'e lat
ter city will win, notwithstandhing a
: mber of pirominent ex-World's
tEnir officials are interested in the Lon-.
lon movement.--Washiington Post.
Superin ten dent of Edutcation May.
eld has disc vered that ex-Schol
30mmnission~er John Li. Weber. of
.i'aleston, is a de-faulter to the ex
ont of $1,288.83. lHe has been
vorking on the case for two or' three
tionths and has finally unearthed the
vhiole matter and made hais r-eport to
he Governor, and Weber has been
~rrested and given bond for his ap
earance at court. -Weber is well
xmnected and his father is a pr'omi
ment Methodist preacher. Weber
limself was at one time on the edi. I
orial staff of thn Nam~ and (omu-ic.a
A Remarkable Cure.
"About elght months ago I had ti
mumpss and Jet after recotering I com
mienced to suffer with. dyspepela or Inll
gestion. For three months there was contiu
ually a pain or lump in my cliest, and in
bowels were so constipated I couldi nev
take an aperient. After using three bottle
of Tyner's dyspepsia remedy I was entirel
well and have remained so. I have not Inkel
a shigle drop of medicine ainee, and hav
gained twelve pounds." Yours truly,
J. E. Mlolvas.
Atlanta, Oil
Price 50o per bottle. For sale by drug
gist.
This Is a beautiful bock and at 1h<
ame itie one of the most useful,
Comprising in one voluime the rarest
treats in history, advenitic, art aul(
science, concluding with a concise
but most comprehensive history of tlh<
World's Fair. 50) splendid illustra
tions n',(I beautifult engravings 0i
Columbian Archilteeture. bold onl3
by SubsVI 4p1 ion. Addiw-s or call ot
1. W. FAR, Iice's. S. C.
Numm 1111101ns l' IRel ic'I.
STJ O,) 4"0 SOU6111 CA IO:! N A 11
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I 'w of C'omme,. -
Teimpy C Stewa-t S.lliC Simmoi Su n
froward, J. N. loward. E. N. Ca <.1
Morning F. Gi rltt, Alva V. Ga.,
1L1i1L 0. Ganelt and Verncer flowa d aiil
Miii IIowarl by their gliaat i aid N.
enm, J. N. Itoward, Plaiillfs,
Against
Corrie Ml. Blalock, Robert N. Blalock and(]
L. F. Blalock, Defemlants.
Sun..ms [or Rellef. (Complaint
served.)
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby sunnoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action, of
which a co-y is herewith served upon you,
an(] to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers at their of
fice at Pickens, S. C., within twenty dlays
after the service hereof, exclusive of the
(lay of such service; and if you fail to an
swer the complaint within the time afore
said, the Piaintiffs in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in the
conplaint.
Dated January 8th, A. D. 1894.
J. M. STEWART, C. C. P.
[OflIcial Seal.]
J. P. CA nEy, and Jonssov & licuiy,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
To the defentlants Robert N. Blalock and
L. F. Blalock:
Take notice that the complaint in this
action, togrether witi the Suimloins of
which the fore.noinuIr is a1 copy VaS filed in
the oflice of the Clerk of the Conrt of Com.
mon Pleas for the County of Pickem, in the
State of Sout-h Carolina, at Pickens in said
'itate and County On the 8th day of Jan
uary 1894.
J. P. CARY, and JoUosN & Riem.:Y,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
E%. it. IMI'H M.Y, J. c'. Imgms,
A nderson, S. C. Pticken, S. C
3URR4AY & nIOG~s,
AT1"ioIINEYS A'LT L.\w,
l'I(' ENS, s. c.
[Lt. & wVE.:noN,
'12 Main Street. G R EEN VI LLE, s. C
G'ai giveni every TIhttriday attd( F'rida4y, and1
eeth extracted wi thouat pa.1
R. J. jP. CA RLIsILE,
)Iiee over wAestmxoroland Bros & nuke-s Drug
store.
lnn89tf GR EEN VIL LE, a. c.
J c. FITrZOERA LD,
PuIoTOGR A PHt ER,
GaI1*ENvILLEH, S. C.
Over westmnorelandt nros'. nirug store. Alj
work done by th~e Inlstantaneousi rprocess. Also
mauke enulargemnents. from old pictures9 to any
lsiz ini water colors, cralyon, Ind~ia Iik, oil aint1
plnin phiotographs.
Snununonzs for Relief.
iTATE OF SOUTHil CAROLINA,
Pikenss County.
Jacob Alexander, WVm. Al exand(1er,
Elizal 'eth Cannon, Mary 231. Grave
1ev, Milley Bennett, Anthony B.
Lewis, M. H. Lewis, RI. K. Lecwis
and ,John T. Lewis, WV. Jacob
Lewis, Malinda G. Lewis, Sarah
M. C. Lewis and Elton McD. Lewis
by their guardion ad litemn A. B.
Lowis, Plain tifi ,
ag'ainst
George K. Hendricks, Julius II.
Alexander, Thadeus A. Alexander,
James Alexander, WVm. A. Alexani
der', WVm. HI. Alexander, Ephirajim
T.. Alexander, Matry Alexander and1(
James A. Watts, D~efendants.
Sumnmons for Relief. (Comn
plaint Served).
To the Diefenidants 0above inamed:
You are her'eby summiiioned and( re
qaired to answer thme complaint ini
this action, of wh'ichi a copy is here
with served upon you, and( to servo a
copy of your answer to) the said comn
lalinit On thn sublscribeCr at his oflice,
Pickens, South Carolina, withsin
twenlty days after the service hlereof,
exclusive of the day of such service.
n11nd if you fail to ansawer [lhe comlaint11
w'ithlin the tinmo aforesmid,thie Pinitiffs
ini this action will apply to the C ourt
for the relief domuanded in tihe com-.
plaint.
Dated Jan. 16th, A. D). 1 8 14.
J. M. S'rwaT, (2. C. P..
[Seal.]
Juraos E. Bocaos,
Plaintiffs' Attorney.
L'o all the D~efendants e'xcep)t Geo K.
Hendlricks:
Take notico that the complaint in
his action, together with tihe suijm
mnons, of which the foregoing is a
xopy, was filed in the otlice of the
:3lerk of the COurt of Common Pleasq
or the County of Pickens, in the
state of South Carolina, at Pieckens,
nI said State and County, on the 16th
lay of January, 1894. T1hat the oh
ect of said1 action is to partition the
-cal estate of W illiam Allexatnder, and
hat no personal claim is made against
my of y'ou, an~d if you answer it will
>O at your own cost.
J. E. Bonos, Pl'tffa' Atty.
J. M. SrEWwr, C. C. 'n.
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PICKENS SENTINEL
CQLUM~lsh AND UtRNdV1LL,
Samuel Spincer, 1.W. litdekopir and leubin
Foster, Receivers.
Condensed Sched ule in effect Dec. 24, 1893.
Tratins rtin by 75th Meridlian 'lime.
No. I No. 12
Dily NTATIONS. 1haly.
7 l5m....v. Charlesltot, Ar........ 5prn
11 20am1........ .. Coln nibi. " .... ....4 i5pin
1203pin........ Alson .. ........ .3011p
12 18p11........ "1 ,m4aria "1. 3 . 14pi
12 3:5pin........" 1'rosperity ......... 2pn
12 50pm....... . New berry .. ........ 239pmn
1 5pin........ " lelena . ........ 2!)n n
I301pn1........ I Ch ityp1 ll's " ........ I56>m
2 181pm........ " Ninety Six ..,..... I :.pna
237pi...... . ". reenwood "........M255pm
300pin1........ -.' lio i e's4 ". ........ 1'-' iII
3 '20pn . . Donnali 's " ........12 0pin
: 3pni......" l.onen Pthi ........ 12 tuIII
35p5n ..........Ar lielton Lv.......,... 1 40pm
4 00pin.......... LY llton Ar...........It 40pin
4 2-in............A tlersoi... . .....II 5pn
4 58pin............ P'enlleton ............10 36pin
5 10pm............\ r Senecn Lv..... .. 1000m'
550pm11...........L. Sene n lv.......... 0-41pm
0 25pin........ ..\ r Wilhalla I ti .. ... 0.anm
S 5pin ........Ar Greetville I,v.........0 15pin
lietweti A nderson, Pelton and Greenville.
tIly.
No. 1l ST.\T|ONS No. 12
3 Opn ....L..... v A tilerson A r...... 1207pin
3 -10pm.......... .r lolton Lv..........Il 4ipin
-1 0011in...........Lv lieiton Ar...........II 0pIn
-1 20pm ......... r ,W illInm sitoi. Ar.......I 119pn
4 2'lpin........... . P eze..............II 113 n
-1 40pm.............Pled nont..........10 184pin
II'20pi............ . re n ville ............1015pm
Betwv ee Cliarleston. Colunblin, Alston mtid
Spartntiiurg.
______ ~ Iily.______
N. 1:. S ATiO NS. o 1 4,
7 .nm...... Lv Chi r!eston Ar........ 8.-5pmi
5- 0:M........ Lv Coliinblit Ar......... 1.00pm
5 540pm...............Aston............
6 4 I .m ..........i risl . . ...... 11 2ipmi:
6.931pi11.............. snti u...... ... 17.1l 1
7 10pm................nion ............10 59pm
7 30pim.............on esvile .............10.317pIn
7 .13pin............ iaolt ............10.311pm
8 1 n11 .... A r S'tit-atihirg i,v..10.001m
II 208pmn.. ..\i .\sheville Lv?.1 .. 650n n
Bet.'ween Newberry, Clinton and Laurena.
Ih*uily I-.xcept t1 0I:13y,
N o. I. ST1 i'Ai',)\i. .~i.
II 20am....... Lv 'Innin .\r...r ... I 15pm
1:00(11...........Newbi-rry.... ...2 31pm
I 50pm......... Gobiville..........I It 35in
2 1591m...... .... ... Ilutn............ l 1nt
3 50pm.........Ar Lanutenim ..........1.loni
Bet ween liodges aind A bb'eville.
No. II. RIS. No. t0
305pm........Lav Ilodges. .\r...... 255m
I 25pmn...... ..... )rraugh' s.......2 351,tn
3-1pm.... A r A\bbeviille :...... l0prun
No.-> 9. No. 12e
1240pmn....Lv Hlodges Ar.......2 25pm
I 00lpm..... .... .lhrraugh' .......1205Xprn
1 i5pi... Ar A lbeille L~v... 11 50amn
Counnetions v1ia Sou th'..lound1 Rtailroad.
D~aily.
N o. 38 No 3 8
6.45anm....... Coltiibin Ar...240pn
ll.30am...Ar Savatnnh Lv....1.0nn
Nos. 13*1and 14 are solid tra'inslbetweeni Charles
toin rind Asheville.
'rou gh conteh betwieen Savannah and Ashe
villa on 141 and 13.
Tr'Iainis leave Spartanburg, A. & C. division,
nlortlhotind, 1.43 a. mn., 5.05 p. n.g6. 12 p. mu. (Vs
tibuled lItnited ): southbountd. l:.25 a. mn., 2.51 p.
m., 1 l.gi n. in. (Vestibnled limitedt : westbound,
W. N. e. dlv ision, 6.20 and( :3.10 p. in., for lien.
dearsonvlille, .\ shevlle and liot SprIngs.
Tlralns lenve Grenville, S. C., A. .' C'. divisIon,
niorthbIound, 12.-12 a. in., -1.00 p. mn., 5.'23 Vestilhul
etd lImited ). southibond, 1.20 a1. mi., -1.00 p. mi.,
12.28 p. ni. l Vestibulaed lImuIted).
'l'rnins lnye Senecn, .\. 5 (C. divIsion, inrth
hoiund, I l.30 p. mn., 2.27 p. mn., nd< -1.10) p. m.;
sount houd, 2.32 a. mn., 5.35 pi. mi. andji 1.37 1.11m.
Pu' nan Slee per (on 13 and I- lihet, een (harle~s
ton aind Asheiclle I, via C!olutinbini and Spartan
hu rg.
1'uall man plance sleelitig ('ar on trains 35 nd
36(,37 and 33 on A. &5 C. division.
V. E. Mclli-1-X
Gecn'l Stuperlintendenaut, Colunin, S. C.
Gen'l Shmager, WSlshington, I). C.
W~. A. Ti'RTK,
Coenl P'ass. Agent, Wnashinigton, D).C.
8)La Il.\AS,
'I'r tile Mfanager. Wlashimeton,. I).(
Scientiflo American
Agency for
- CAVEATS.
TRADE MARKS
DESICN PATENTS,
OOPYRIOHTS, etc.
For Information and froo hnndbook wrIte to
MUNN & CO.. 861 llioADuWAY NiEW Yaomtf.
Oldest bureau for securIng patenits In Anmerica.
Every patent taken out by us Is brought. bafore
the public by a notleo given frco of chasrgo la the
Lar est edroaulat Ion of an solontlflo ppr In the
man should be ilthout, It. Weekly 03.00 a
ant to take, Ijafo and al wavaircetual. Ar relablo (hl
remtedy for Itiltousnens, 1lotchnia on the Face s
BJrlit's D)isease, Catarrh. Colle, Cos ceto, (
IChronto Diarrhona. Uhronf'o Liver Tru l ia
htes. hllerderedt itomnachm Dizznaess, D)ysontery,
y ,Ezemna Flaiulence Femnal Com- .
lant Foul Brnth Ileadiacho, Hieartburn, ivses,
~aundice, Ktdnay Cmpnlais, LIver Troubles,
.nsa of Appetite, 31ental D)epression, N1ausen, . 9.
? o tt1e itash ---L-- Pain'ful iges- I I
pilexion Bal .a thmend
Hendfle~ill rta of lileod- 12.
iihe, iki eir- t oa8our 2
I itomiac,Tired - Feig1opd 3
L.iver, bleers, Wa. c ngT o Bnah ..
+or dirense that r y oput n frm 7
lipue bloodl or a fnuro In tihe propiernerformi.
alneo of thein functions by the stomasch, liver andg
fintestnaes. Peursonra given to over-entlng areben.
enltod byv taking one tabuio after each meal. A4
conureo ofthe RtipanisTabuIes Is theo auet 5
cur frobstInate constlpation. They contaIn
niothingi that can be Injurious to the miost deli- 8
enite. I gross 42 -1-2 ross $51.4 ross 75e., 10
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OD, NEAT JOB PRINTING,
ost artistic designs, call at THE
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od, if not better. Satisfaction
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TH RICHMOND I DAV L I. L
Samuel Spencer, F. W. lluidekoper and Reubia
ioster, Rteceivers.
Atlanta 4 Charlotte Air-Line
Division.
S1chedule In effect July 2nd, 1893.
no tai ut ND. No. 80 No. 21. No. 38
EaIstei, n Tuim Dally. Daily. )aIly
L'. A tlanta (l ...... 6.46pm" 9 0am 1I (0-m
A. . enetree ................
At Helt .:nto *.. .. *:.:.., 1a
Chaiblee .... ... ........ 10 .2 ..m
. Doraville......... .........10 3lem
,, Norerosi ...... ..7.3pin 10 890m .
l4uth- ....... 10 0am.
" uwanc.--.-... ...... ....11 0 .m.
".... ..---- - - ......... ISam.
" 1/loiery lrmich .
W O selli. .. ... 11 3nm.
"New hlland. 820pn 11 48an 222pf
White Sulphur..... ...... -- - .
S,.M ia ------0 0p 1242pm'
tiai...............8 4(.. 12 '1 m.m
lielitun .... .....12 141.
eI ....mhstr------...1. 2j .m.
.... el ''.......... .. --.. 12 28p
A r. i3,t Ary -------.......... . C m 12 47pm.
l.v. ',%t Ali) ............ 9 pa 1 0%i.U .
Ayerville .................1 201 m
6 hou.............0 .prn 1 38ra ....
4 olsoin - -- - 1 3 .05.m. .
64 11 i l ..........2 2O inm
Ilaildus.2 2ljpm .
--- - ---.... .......2 39pm .
aey................... 11(./pm 262...
v... . ill........ ........ 4o.n.
(Centifl -............1031r 3 051-in 4 39PDI
Iiue t'........... .......3 4 in
Eii8ieys ...........1 I o(,pi 1 3I*tj.iu ....
W d 4-......- 4in ..
Fienvlle - -......... ....p 4rm
' T-ylor --.......... ....... 5001m
1cer - -............ ........ 4221-m
Du. wp.. ns............ .......4 O2t'm.
W (he I 1........... .......4 4s in.
AA air n 4ics.t......... .. 6 tKi- II .
Spurtti burg .. .c... 5 04mim
Nnrluihirg 12 52n 6 pi 6.12pi.
(liflw-................... 6 28m
ong a Mounta.n... ........6 S~pym.
essiceter.Cit...... .... ....61p
----- -----... ....g Naam 7 t'01m
ICharlotte.r........ 12pm 6200 'n 9.35rm
-Zoo............. ..... .. 11 i.
lillemeont...... ......... 3227.mi
" iesseinaer City...... .......6.1 7i.m
" 'ing's ion.a.. ....... 1.ln 7tepin
" Thieketty.......... ........ 222m.m
1C0w14n........... .. ....... .35).m
Ar.litn ----......... ....m 74.8m81
Sparanbug... ... 35.m No0p Ilo17
>..(i mrtnur.u.. ......1)1 ,00p -nP3m
1'.roue..t......... ......2 307pm
" We(llordt..--...... .......2 20pin.R
Luncan'............ ......26pm.
(.;eers..a...... ......m1 .3pnm.
" Taylor ........... .... .... 345pm.
Grenvs3luil...........Ba 4.0pm
Crosswel.............,.......4.3 , -28p
(3a Tueys........ .. 2.48am 4 35pmn
iberkt ........... ..... .4 ipm -
Calo-np n........ ... . 51pmi n
heowteT........... ....... 524pm.
.Sanen ......u...... ..30m52pm* -
Rhlado e......... ........545pm.
Westiner'........ ....... 554pm::.
" Ma io''''''' '... 6pm . .
(4iyem '----'-- ... 1pmi.
-r - ---------......1 a . 61 pmr 1.28 r
" t'orCn....-- ..-.-..... .... 7 0pnm
- ''---............. 720pm .
" iteliton '''.--.----.........7 4m~in
--....... -...--. --.. .. --.. .....73pmn
it i' ,'h',. ...... n7..
..w........ind....... ........801pm.
F ----...53 6m8pm .3
-re ---..-..... ......80pm.
ldiwvey .ranc............ g.pni.
---- on....... ........854pm .
-----............ .... ...9.0pm
or~deoS--................ 92pm.
Dornv1ile. ..d... .... .... ...94pm.
Chambeslee.............n .9 2p~m33p
Godwn's.......... .......9.0pm
-l ery lrnceli......-----3ji
r tantad ( . .C 7 O'0 5
iliruibtween....rm......and.A 641nt inste.
Lula nd Ajian.. Agent.. wil..g.9 2oall.b
'ithpssble and.have.newspaper0 makeco.
enton'lI accordance..with..ur ex2tngad.r
r Atant (N 'I W.. A. TURK
Noesen'al tPa.t. WiaNshingt'1, 17 C.d 1 T
.II.irnbtwe on liA A tiDWICKIila
Idilal mid uplrntn.ennt til A~ lla Oub.
WY. H. 'LR E,
Genra aa ge. Washington, D. C.
SOL .AAR.WIK
TIraftic Manager Wasinuition, D). D.
HE~ ATLANTIC 00AST LINE IP
PAS.SENGER DEP'ARTMENTr.
Wilmington, N. C., Jnn, 14, 1893.
Tast Line bectweein Chiarlestoni and Columbia 9
dl Upper 8(onth1 CarolIna and Western North
rolina and1 A thens and A tlanta. Condensed
hiedutle:
'ing West. GoIng East
o. 52. IT A T1 NS. '*N o. 53
00nam...v Charleston, 8. C., A r.. .4pm
40ami.. .... .... ... nea. ... .... .. .... 7.0pm
53tnm.............umnter,.............S5.8pm
05am......r Clo~nluba l7.....v. 0pm
29pmn............'serity..........21pm
1341m............enb Ierry............ .8pm
....pm..............inton.............. .5pm
ilpma...........renwod..........245pm
l4pmn..........Abbevlle ..........21pm
Ml~im..............Athens............10.0m
irp..........tlatn.............70am
20pma.... ....... insoro............4pm
30pm.........rloto, N. ...........8pm
upm.li............Anderson............6Iam
l5pmtn.... .......renvlle...........0 iSam
I 0pmt...........Sarrtanbutrg....,......000am
22pm.n...lersoville, N. C...7 48am
20ram. ..,..Aheville, N.,C......... 65ami
Daily. Nos. 62 and 58 solid trains bietween)
arieston and O.uklu.i bla, 8. C.
ii. M1. EMiERRON,
Aaa't Gen'l Pasmsenager Aget.
R. l{ENLY, T'. 1. EMl ElRSON,
Cen't Manniger, Tali Manager
Money to Loans.
)nn proved farm lands in mums of i and
wayda,1Loans repnayble in small annual pay.
mini. throogh a petiod of s1x years thusna
nig the bxwtower to pay oil hia Inuebtedneas
thouitexhatitng his crop In any one year
pl to * 1. E llO;GGM.A tlorney,
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