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TIfUtRSDAY, MARCI 8, 1894
State the Facts'
Some newspapers speak of isolated
acts of in)dividuatls violating the dis
pensary law, as the act of the whole
conimunify in which the deed was
done. All such talk is sheer non
sense. A, community is not lawless
because one colored m nember of it
steals a chicken or a sheep. Neither
Charleston, in open rebellion against
the dispensary law because one, or
even a dozen of her German citizens
seel whiskey unlawfully. There are t
14b,000 people ill the city of Charles.
ton, aid nine tenths of them are in
favor of a faithful observance of, and
eheerful obedience to every law ill
the general statutes. Besides being i
a highly civilized, wealthy and
law-abiding comlluit.y, it is impelled
to this course alike by the dictates ofi
reason and common business sense.
All the flurry and hutrrah about it, or
tiny other community in South Caro
liua, Being- in open rebellion against d
any law, or the present administra- a
tion, is simply political bosh. Cold Y
facts and cold figures will remain ei
facts and figures, paint and twist
them as we may, aid both factions
will itimately be collared and con c
pelled to look them ill the face. AA all
truth, virtue and religion reward re
their votaries, so deceit, trickery and til
fraud sting the bosom in vhichl fhey ft1
nestle, and paralyze the hands that liti
would use them for unlawful gain. Cu
As long as truth shall friumph over -an
error, and the influence of Clristilli- Ja
ty be felt in remnovilig vice and irju- do
(lice from the learts of men, a fixed, Jat
definite, certain aid recorded doom the
awaits tile Willful perverter of facts Ja1(
and figures. This is the mission,
end and aim of truth. Though crushed Wo
to earth 'twill rise again, It is sim- hoi
ply omnipotelt in, every department wo
(of thought and aclion, and those who
disregard its mandates always do so
at their own petil.
The following unliquel telegram
gives the result of McKuane's election Wi
Sinig Sing, N. Y., March 1.--Jhn lu
Y, Mc~ane arrived at thle Sing Sing
depot at 3:12 o'clock in charge of ta
Sheriff Butling anid In~spector Wii Cu
The party got oift on tile river side
of the train and walked diown thle,
track to the prison, where thlev
arrived at 3:25 o'clock. McKane 'vas c(<
met in the clerk's oflice by Chief Clerk
Corwin and Deputy Clerk Westlak e. bei
Upon being (xamuined $25.78 w as c.
found in his pockets. Clerk W~est lake c
took his diamond stud, dialmnd enil. soi
buttons anld diamond ring, whIichI h~e
sent home. McKane gave 1his pedi- Lh
gree as follows : Occupation, bulilder;
aged fifty-one :married ; relig~ion,
M~ethodlist; born in Ireland ; dot a nlot an
use0 tobacco or liquor. After giving
his p)edigree he was taken to the Statea
barber 81101 at 3:35, where 110 was
given a bath, a shave and a p~risonl thl
Some are malking muchlel ado about tih
the supreme court iaflirmning tile juldg. thu
ment of thle circuit coulrts inl criminal
eases. ThIey say thlis is a healthly thu
sign. An examuination of thle de
01isions will prove that the sulpremle
court is simply following the lawv as
hleretofore declared. Tile bad plart h
about it is tile judges who mnade theS
"orrect circuit ruliings wvill rule lno
d0of supreme court sit
ef "Homo seea..,
M. Denmpsy, 230 Main street, u~a
ia, 8. C., at $1.25 per annum. The
first nmber is a neatly p~rinlted ma
gazine, of twenty-four- pages, an~d is at
p~rimipally devoted to the county oft
G*reenvilte. It gives mnch informa
tion about the towns and business of a
Thie Bland bill has passed the b
House of IRepresentatives, and the a
conflict wvill now be transferred to the
Senate. Tbe majority was only 39, i
and the chances are against its pass.
ing the 'inte.
U onstat~les at Beaufort,
-. ~v~' -4two cases of chloice
agned to Senator J. D).
"a, Saint Helena Island, from
We:tnington, D). C.
Now that Boss Mc Kane has been
sent to Sing Sing, the question is who
will sing Ith his Babbath School at
Governor Mitchell, of Florida, I
been knocked oot again. It took t
jury only 16 minutes to find Jam
Dorbett not guilty.
Prof. Lewis, who was recent
Jlected intendant of Yorkville, d
ilined to qualify When was ti
imary department of the office abi
The Cotton Plant is quite welcor
Lo the aid we have given it, and v
are sure, as it said, that it will be r
ciprocated. The Journal is thoroug
ly in line.
The benign satisfaction which
now spread all over the countenanc<
of the antis might pose for an elegat
l1an(sc3eapo picture. It is like the hi
of roses when the sun is faint on il
side, and the lake is settled and blt
in, the vale. If they are not in ti
green pastu res, they are campin
beside the still waters.
Davy Crockett In PoItIes.
Davy Crockett was not a hero-wol
hiper, and was not in accord witl
lie Jacksonian adiniistration of hi
lay. Shortly after his defeat for com
tress he wrote a letter which has jns
ieen unearthed from among a nmast
>f historicRl coirrespondenl cc in privat,
ands, il which he states his positioi
ii a manner that will be aconifort t(
011e Who think the present adminis
ration is a trifle Jacksonian in iti
iethods. The letter is given just at
b was written by the hero of th(
Dea- Friends,- -I consider the tiii
I'S coeic wheni every man ought t<
" his duty I hope the time will con
lien this mian worship will cease. ]
n grattifeid that I can infor:m(
mi that I !Peat in nine comitys out o:
ghteen and I beat 103 votes in thc
>unty that Fitz and myself both liv<
, al(] I beat him upwards of si,
indrcd in the Countys that wil
impose the district when divided
d of course I will hold mnyself il
idiness for the next race. by thai
le the people will see the pu'rity o:
n motive all the people wants is in
"nation and they wiil do right Thi
10 Thing lihas been blowed int<
ngress by lying and huzzawing foi
bkson in fact I had to run agains
-kson as well as this mean puppN
is ready to toike the coller with in
1 on it and tile name of Andrev
:kaon on the Coller he will havw
name of beating me on Genera
kson's popularity but this is no
e. lie beat me by writing dowi
Iful lies and publishing to th(
eAd that which ought to sink ever.
iorable man into insignificants I
ald rather be beaten and be a iai
n to be elected and be a littlt
py (log I must close with grea
pcct I remain
"your obt servt
'P. S please0 to correct errs ani
>li this letter. You know me
"~ D C-"
iirocket t's pred ictions proved true
lived to represent his district ii
igress for threeo terms, and withoul
iring the collar he speaks of.
FlorIda Tinmem-Union Polieri.
Ao-loose-The one-legged inan.
lobbing a hen-roost is a foul pro
t soft snatp-Catching a dude in i
somne men are like a tea kettlo, in
ied to slop over.
Uhe newly miarried wife believer
new hat in ring rule.
Somel plohticia~ns are merely asseE
it smarter pl)Oiticianis ride0.
Thle hog is like a drunkard, always
lipy when wvell corned.
The laborer is wvorthy of his hire
d sometimnes wvants it'higher.
The strongest love a womian is cap
le of is lavished on a baby or al
It is very easy to wright wrong 01)
>right papier- and then not right si
This is what makes one tired-as
wheel said when it camne out o1
l'he imn who falls in love is a foo
t irst timec, a lunatic tihe second
:1 a knave theo third.
No apring Claicken.
hirs Wade Ehinore, near Gaffney
m a hen 18 years 01(d this spring
e looks as spry and active as
ing chicken, and a few days ag<
8. pilmng lip tile eggs preparatory t<
bog. If she had raised two broodi
10 chickens each for the 17 yeai
%n in the bqusiniess, ther<
e been 340 chickerns. A
,chl they wouldl have soic
P'anle Oka 21*e Ilenchaes.
A Maine schoolmaster said witi
urn eimplasis, the other day: " I sa
e person~ who was whispering then
am looking at that person nlow
'ill that person arise before th
hool without obliging me to cal
Two boys and four girls stood ui
ushilgly. Theo master is eros-eye
ad1 wears glasses --Luowiston Journa.
"Ah," she murmnured, as she place
or fain head against his manly bc
01m, " how wonderful a piece of im
hanism is that which nestles her<
~t heats, and all is love. Its promup
nas lead us to kindness, its eve!
at makes the one we love happie
Were it not for its being in i
human breast, love could never be
"Iguess you're right,' ho sai
" ,ure leaning against my pock
"A prudent man doesn't tell eye,
thing he knows everytime he op
his mouth."-Ex. If he did he cot
nmot feed hin fanc manh.
as Geneims sebIsone 4)oUI
[i ighteen grand jurors answered
roll call. W. 1'. Bowen was a t
0 ed foreman. ' His Honor, Judge
Witherspoon first said to thent.
" You should pay special attention
to the oath administered to the fore
1- man." It i8 as follows: "You, as
ie foreman of this gland inquest, shall
,l. diligently inquirb and true present.
mnent make of all such matters and
things as shiljl be given to you in
le charge; the counsel of the State; or
re your fellows, and your own, you shall
, keep secret; you shall present no one
e- from envy, hatred or malice; nor
le- eave any one unpresented for fear,
favor, affection, reward or hope of re.
. Ward; but you shall present all things
t as they come to your knowl.
!s edge, according to the best of your
t understanding; So help you Ood."
1 "The same oath your foreman hath
taken on his part, you and each of
you shall truly observe, and keep on
" your part; So help you God." When
" all were sworn the bills were pro.
.ented to the grand jury, when it was
charged generally, in substance as
" Mr. Foreman and gentlemen: It
is the duty of the State to guarantee
to every citizen protection of life, lib
erty, and the pursuit of happiness.
- This is the constitution. But it
t amounts to nothing unless the courts i
and the juries enforce the law. This I
3 is what we have beel brought here I
for. The law knows no disttiletiols.
> All are equal before the law You are 1
not here its inforers-that would be I
o.lious, but to enforce th a law which
is ample foi the protection of all. I
am a stranger to your local affairs.
But you must be impressed with the
great iportance of your duty to the
public. Nothing can come into this
court except through you.
Your first duty will be to pass upon
the bills handed you. It is not your
province to say whether the defendant
i4 guilty or not. If the facts proved
to you make a case of probable guilt,
it is your duty to put the defendant
on trial. Remember your duty to the
State on one hand, and the defendant
on the other. A man may be prose
cuted from malice. If that is the
case rebuke it by finding "no bill."
When Vou consider these bills, re
member your obligation of recrecy.
Whoever tells anything that occurs in
your room violates his oath. Secrecy
is enjoined to give you freedom to
express your views, that the most
timid may feel free to say and act as
his honest judgement ou the facts
dictates. I am glad to see in this
county as I noticed in Oconee, so few
cases for stealing, but regret to see so
many cases of assault and batterv.
This shows a disregard of the laIw.
Trial justices have exclusive jurisdic
tion of all cases of simple assault and
battery. These should be excluded
from this court ny grand jury. But
if the assault and battery is of a high
and aggravated nature, if some serious
njury has been done or a deadly
weapon has been used, this cour't has
excl usive jurisdiction, and you sho ultl
find a true bill.
You arec required to servo as juror~s
during thin year. Your jurisdiction
extends to all the affair-s of the contv.
It is your dluty and privilege to e'x
amine all the offices; to see that the
incumbent is competent and faithiful,
and make y-our report. If there is
any drunkeness or neglect among the
officials, you should . take cognizance
of it. The law does not allow such.
Another imp~ortant duty is to see if
there are any violations of law which
have not been prosecuted. If you
recceive any anonymoEus letters, accus
ing any one of cr-ime, burn them up.
If the facts stated wvere of conse.
qulence the wvriter shonld rnot hesitate
to give the infor-mation. in per'son.
Examine bonds of your county officers
and see that they ar-e good and suffi
cient. Because a bond is good when
fir-st made is no reason it will remain
so. See that they are still good, or
have them made good.
This is one of the nicest cour-t
houses in the State. It is convenient
and weoll arranged, and I am proud
to see it."
The grand jur-y r'etired.
The petit jury was then called and
The case of the State vs. Bouregard
Ambler, disturbing religious mneet
ing,. was referred back to Trial Jus
tice Edens. T'he case against Allen
Hunter, larceny from the field, was
referred to W. K. Merck. The case
against West Bowen, selling liquor,
was remanded to P. D. Cureton.
The case against James Freeman,
George Kelly and Paul Field, for
gambling was nol prossed--no evi
dence. Thoe-iame order for the same1
reason was made in case agaainst
John Allen, Bunk Briggs, Fed Blass
engamne, Watt Gantt and Dave Hen
dricks. The case against WV. C.
Hiott was nol p~rossed1.
His Honor was gratified to find not
a single case on the se-ijons docket
from last court. The Solicitor said
he would have to continue in the case
against W. 0. Singleton for selling
whiskey'. It was the only one he had
had n te Pcken doketin five
Syears. Pickens is a law abiding pro
TIhie grandl jury returned a "ti-ue
bill" in the case against James Blythe,
'colored, for assault with intent to kill
J1. E. Lynch, and he wvas put upon
tiial. He was found guilty. Sentene
1one year in the penlitentiary', at hard
.labor. A true bill wvas returned ''.i
.the case against Elisha Lawrence,
colored, for breaking inito anid stealing
~. from gin house of A. E. Kelley. Hie
was put upon trial. The defendant
e. was represented by J. P. Carey.
e Verdict, not guilty.
ul "True bills" were returned in the
.1 cases against Thomas M oore for mur
ot der; Nancy E. and Joh'n Ellenber-g,
Jr'., for larceny of live stock ; W illiam
Ferguson for a~sault and battery
Y- with intent to kill, also Bill Brockmnan
fls same charge.
Id "No bill" was returned in the ease
against Jn w. homm. for ~.-a ,
and battery of a high and SjgVate
mature. A r u"trte bill" was found i
the case agaiist Henry Patterson to
housebreaking and lrteeny and "1n
bill" in the case against John Arnok
ftnd Mary Arnold. The above men
tioned. were all the bills 'the Folicitoi
had for the grand jury, and they bai
passed upon them by the middle o;
the afternoon Monday. Bill Brock
man was tried for assault and batterj
with intent to kill Elias Day, and foi
assault and ba. ery of a high and
aggravated nat..re. The defend
ant was represented by J. P,
Carey. Ho was convi3ted on the
second count and sentenced to the
penitentiary for six months or a $75.00
The case against Thomas Moore
For killing fienry Oates, was set for
ru sday morning. The solicitor was
ssisted by H. O. Bowen, and the de
Fendant i% i represented by J. P.
Henry Patterson was convicted of
ite'aling watches from John T. Boggs,
md sentenced to the penitentiary for
Tie Somn of Their Mother.
Mrs. Dr. Samuels, the mother of
he James boys, is well and hear
y enough to record an emphatic and
'igorous denial of the report that she
8 sick nigh unto death. She an
iounces that she has no intention of
caving this world, at least at this
ime. She is still a vigorous woman,
>oth as to mind and body, and is like
y to survive many years. She is quite
L picturesque character. She is the
vife of a submissive and devoted hus
and, who does most of the work
tbout the house, and who permits his
nore positive consort to put in her
iie entertaining the numerous per
tons who visit the farm in Clay coun
;y, Mo., where they live, and in read
ng the tales of adventure and works
f fiction of which she is exceedingly
ond. Mrs. Samuels chargas an ad.
nission of. 25 cents each to persons
who enter her yard, in which her son
lesse, is burried. and this, in the
sourse of a year, makes quite a snuv
Little sum, which slhe expends on
oboks and other small luxuries. The
irou nerve which is apparent in her
personality suggests the belief that
Jessie and Frank were, in a particu
ar sense, the sons of their mother.
General Jubal Early died at his
uome in Lynchburg, Va., last Friday
[ight at seventy-eight years of age.
He was a graduate of West Point
md served in the Florida war of 1837
38, soon after resigning his place in
,he army, he studied law and was ad
nitted to the bar. He went as a vol.
inteer to the Mexican war in 1847.
Elo was in the war between the States
imd was alike conspicuous for his
)ravery and devotion to the cause of
The announcement of his death
vill be sad news to many of his com
'ades in arms, and recall to their
ninds the dlarinig and heroism ini the
>attles of Will iamsburg, Fredericks.
)iurg andl Gettysburg.
Whlile General Leo considered it
Jccessary on account of reverses to
-elieve him of the command in 13G5,
et there was no reflection upon his
>e~havior as a soldier.
Thbe only thiing', in the judgement
>f many, that ever dimmed the lus
rc of his fame was his connection
with the Louisiana Lottery.
Head at tihe Thirteen Clumb.
Mr. Henry Furniss, the caricaturist
>f Punch, has been compiling a list
>f the unlucky dates connected with
31adstone's home rule bill. Here
hey are as he read them at the
ecenit annual dinner of the Thirteen
Home rule bill introduced on the
3th of February.
Read first time on a Friday.
Passed third reading on a Friday.
And thrown ouit by th~e lords on a
Friday, Mr. Gladstone refused an
nterview with the Irish Unionists.
March 13, second reading originally
July 13, Mr. Balfour opposed in
mdl~ out clause.
Friday, Duke of Devonshire spoke
Lt the great meetinig at Edinburg.
hlome rule rejected. House ad
ourned on a Friday.
Coal strike began on a Friday.
Government arranged con ference
m a Friday.
Settled on a Friday.
Any coward can fight a battle when
e is sure of winning it ; but give me
he man who ha.' pluck to fight when
ec is not suire of winning.
The greatest secret of getting on
voll with the world, a secret which
ow have learned, is to knowv when to
upeak and especially when to keep
How quietly flo.w s the river towuards
hle sea I and yet it always
eaches its dlestinaution. This is a
)oint to remfembetr whent you are try
ng to "rush thingA."
Don't wait for somebody else to go
ihead. Break your own path. Don't
uit of to day's work until tomorrow,
n hope that it will be done for you.
A Hog Thef4 Fatie.
One day last week a negro butch.
~red a hog for Mr. Robert Wilson.
~vho lives in Georgia near Shelor's
merry, and that evening being rather
warm the negro prevailed on Mr.
Wilson to let the hog hang until the
aext mforninlg, saving he would come
ack then and finish the job, bi t
~vben Mr. WVilson arose the next more-.
ng the hog was missing and a sear h
it once instituted, and the hog anid
~he negro wvere found at a fence on
>pposite) sides and both dead. It
a supposed the "gammon stick"
aughlt the negro's neck in attempt
ng to get over the fenice with his
load and broke ite.-Oconee Newm.
You can 4sily do It, u will keep
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Su nsons for Bellef.
STATE OF SOUTH CAIVOLINA,
Court of Common Pleas.
Tempy C Stewart, Sallie Shumons, Susan
Howard, J. N. Howard, E. N. Garrett,
Morning F. Garrett, Alva V. Garrett,
Lillie 0. Garrett and Verner Howard and
Minnie Howard by their guardian ad lit.
em, J. N. Howard, Plaintiffs,
Corrie M. Blalock, Robert N. Blalock and
L. F. Blalock, Defendants. '
Summons for Relief. (Complaint
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and required I
to answer the complaint in this action, 91
which a copy is herewith served upon yol,
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers at their of
lice at Pickens, S. C., within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive )f the
day of such service; and if you fail to an
swer the complaint within the time afore.
said, the PIlaintiffs in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in the
Dated January 8th. A. D. 1894.
J. M. STEWART, C. C. P.
J. P. C.u.iv, and JonssoN & RicIuY,
Plaintiffs Attorneys. N
To the defendants Robert N. Blalock and I
L. F. Blalock:
rako notice that the.complaint in this
action, together with the summons of. 4
which the fortoing is a copy was filed in 11
the oflice of the Clerk of the Court of Comt.
ion Pleas for the County of Pickens in the
State of South Carolina, at Pickens in said
State and County on the 8th day of Jan
J. P. CARRY, and JOHNSON & RICIIKY,
E.. It. M'RRAY, J., E. iOGiGS. 7
Anderson, S. C. Pickens, S. C
MURRAY & HO1GGS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .
PICK ENS, S. C. 1
[iLL &~ WELDJON,
122 Main Street. GR E EN ViTLE, S. C
tes giv exrcewrf Trhureda and Friday, and
R.J. P. CA RLISLE,
Office over Westmioreland Bros & Duke's Drug
ljanagtf GREE.NVILLE, S. C. E
JC. FITZGERA LD,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Over Westmorelandl Hros'. D~rug Store. All ti
work done by the in'stantaneous process. Also mv
make enlargements from 0o(1 pIctures to any P
pilain phter color., crayon, India ink, oil and d
That is the way SLOAN'S SEEDS
GROW. If you want thle best varieties,o
if you want the best riuality, Bloan's is the Ut
place to buy. They no not claim to sell I
you cheaper than anybody else. They doL
not claim to keep everythling. but they can
usually get for you anything not in stock, I
and youi can dlependi on what you buy of
73 Nain St., GREENVILLE, 8.' C.
THE BEST OF EVERY
THING 'IN DRUGS.
J. E. SIRR~INE,
Civil Enginer and Surveyor
Greenville, S. U.
Special attention given to Sub.
divia on of land, Terracing and esti-4
mainof WVater Power. Office 88)
M~ain St., ov-er Felton's Book Store.
What's that? Wh
kicking! Not kic
kick'ig our Job Pr
If you want GO(
in its latest and mo
work' just as goo
COLUMBIA iND EifIVLL, T1
amuel Spencer, F. W. luidekop it and Reubin
Condensed Schedule in effect Dee. 24, 1898,
Train, run by 75th Meridian Time.
10. i No. 12
Daily STATIONS. iDaily.
i 5am........ L. Charleston, A r ........ 8 45pm 1
I 20am)........ Colu inbia. ........ 4 imp U
203pm ........ Alston ........ 30pm
2 18pm........ "Pionaria 8....... l4pin b
235pm........" Prosperity "........ 255pm "
!50pm........ "New berry ". 239pm "
254pm........ Helena 2 36p "e
I 3opm........" Chappell's "........I m pm
2181pm........ " Ninety Six " ........ I 2P a
237pm...... . Greenwoot" ........12 pm so
00pim........ - lodge's " ........12 35pm "
I 2pm.... . Donnald's" .... .....12 16pm "
i35p.ni..... "lonea Path "........12 03p i
I 55pin..........Ar Helton Lv..........i 40pm ,
I 00pm.......... Lv Helton Ar..........I 1 40pin
I 24pm............ Anderon... .......111pm
I58pi............ Pendleton ............10 36pm
.30pm...........Ar Seneca ly..... .. 100pm s
i 50pm........... Lv Seneca Lv .......... 9 45p m
25pm.........Ar Walhalla Lv.. . .. 9 05am
pm........Ar Greenville Lv.........10 15pm A
Between Anderson, Belton ani Greenville. .o
o. 11 STA'liONS. No. 12 "
08pin.........Lv Anderson Ar.........1207pm "
40pm..........Ar lielton Lv.........i 4 6 "
00pm...........Lv Helton Ar........ ..1 m
20pni........ r Willaiamston. A r..11 pm
20pm ...............Pelzer..............1103pm "
40pn.............Il ednm ont........ ...1048pm "
20prn.............Greenville............ 105i pm "
Between Charleston, Columbia, Alston and
r. 13. STA TIONS. No. 14.
i5am........ Lv Charles4ton Ar. 8.45pir.
10am.........Lv Columbia Ar......... 1.00pn.
50pm ...............Als ton..... ....... 2.2 0pn,
44pn..............Carlisle. .. .....11 20pn
53pm.............. Santuc... ... ... 11 17pm "
30pml .......... lonesville..........1037pm
43pm ............. Pacolet .............10.3 4pm "
10pm. Ar Spartanhurg L.v....... 1O.0a,
20pm..........\ r .\sheville Ly......... 50am "
Between N ewberry, Clinton and Lauren."
Ihaily Except Sunday,
o-. S 'T'IoaNS No. 16.
20am.....Lv (Columia .\r......4 i~pini
pm........ r Lauren. Lv._...10 4Oan
Between Hodges and Abbeville,
n. 11. STA TIONS. No. 10 -
O5pm.....Lv hlodges Ar.........25pm v
25pmn.... ......)arraugh's...... ....235pm "
40pm......r A bbeville Lv.... 220pm "
o.-:9' No. 12 "
40pm....Lv Ihodges Ar-.........225pm "
00pmn...... .... arrugh's .... .......205pm "
Si5pm......r Abbeille Lv... Ii 5am "
Connections*1ria South llountd Railroad.
.45am..Lv Columbia Ar.:.240pm
.30am,. ..Ar Savannah Lv-..1020am
Nos. 13 and 14 are solid trains between Charles
n and Asheville.
Through coach hetween Savannah and Ashe
lIe on 14 and 13.
Tramns leave lSpartanburg, A. A C. divisIon"
rth bound, i.43-a. mn., 5.05 p. mn., 8.12 p. m. (Ves- "
uled limited ): southbound. 12.25 a. mn., 2.61 p.
,1l.37 a. mn. (Vestibuled .limnited): westbound.
.N. C. division. 6.20 and 3.10 p. mn., for lien.'"
raonville, A sheville and liot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville, 8. C., A. A C.,division,"
>rthbound, 12.42 a. mn., 4.00 p. in., 5.23 (Vestib~ul. "
I limited): southbound, 1.2 a. mn., 4.00 p' m.
.28 p. mn. (Vestibuled limited). 4
Trains leave Seneca, A. & C. division, north-.
>und, 11.30 p. m., 2.27 p. mn., and 4.i0p.im..;
uthb~ound. 2.32 a. mn., 5.3 p. mn. andI 1.37 p. mn."
Pullman Sleeper on 13 and 14 betweeen C haries."
n and1 Asheville, via Columbia and Spartan."
Pullman palace sleeping cam' on trains 35 and"
,37 and 38 on A. & C. division. A
Gen'l Superintendent, Columbia, S. C.
8. Hi. HA RDWICK,
A s't Gen'i Pass. A gI., A tlanta, Ga.
Gen'l Manager, Washington, D). C.
W. A. TUllK,
Gen'I Pass. A gent, Washington, D). C.
Traflic Manager. Washington, D. C"
Scientifno Asrican ,,
Agency .for -
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Dusiow PAr STO,
id adCOPYRIONT at
free an anidbook wri t
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dest bureau or securing patensts in Aerica,
tery patent taken out by us is brogt before
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and overy oth. 0r om - n 7.4
or disease that .-r esut a6.
impure blood or a failure In the prop ~frm- p.
tugns. Pronve ohe aebn
nfienby taking on abule Af~reahe5LA A
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nothinthat can belnulus to 0ost. 102
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-SCHOOL CHURCH, SANIKI
AND 6ctUai HOUS .
F UR NIT URE..0
Gettees for B. R. Depots .upi
and Pubie Bid'gs. mci
GATES DESK 00. bill
.5- - afftaavu , 4 0. A pI
y certainly we are alive and
ririg about the hard times, but
esses for all they are worth--.
)D, NEAT JOB PRINTING,
st artistic designs, call at THE
es as low as anywhere and
I, if not better. Satisfaction
I llCEMOID & DL1 ILLE LI
muel Spencer, F. W. liuldekoper and Reubla
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
Schedule in effect July 2nd, 1893.
N URrnsonYD. N o.6 86'o.gt21. Ne*
Eastern Timt Dally. Daily. Daily
. Atlanta (. T)...... 6.45pm 9 50am I fOpa
]felt Ju nction.- ....1.....0 V
Goodwin's....... .. ...... 10
Chamblee -... .........10 2 m
Norcross...... ...7023m 10 39am
Duluth 10 50am .
Suwanee..-. 11 Olun
Buford.......... - - -......... l13
.lr.... '.......... 11 2am.
GainesviIie. '*- '''. 11 33m
New H olland..: **- p 11 46um 222pm
White Sulphur* .... . I0am .
.....12 00n n
Lula ............. 4pm 12 12pm .
Longview .......... .......12261m .
r. Mt t A iry ........... ....... 12 31 ..
-- -- A -----906pm 12 4xpm.
Ayersvi le'.......... .0m. . 02m .
'oceoa ....... 20m .
Folsom.--'------927pm 1 ..pm .
Madison .'''.''''''.''''". I 3 .
Ilarbin ..''----........ 20pm.
Went Misters - ... 2 21-p .
Richland .......... ........ 2 28pm .
Seneca ' " -''-... 31
......--.---.. 10 I5pm 4 41 m . .
Calhoun ' ''..... 2 52;.m
Calhn -........... ....... g00-m.
Lietya ...--...-. 10 37pim 3 (6 us s4331m
Easleys............. .j...3 32
G~resevlle.........7p I 3"32-1 46pm .
Taylor......... .... ... 4 221-)...
Greenle.....................4 3 m
Tuneor's ----.--.-.--..... 4 45pm.
Wellford........... ........ 4 .m.
Fair Forest ...... ........ - ----
Spartanburg. un'C. ....... 04-m
S artanburg ....... 12 22ani 5 06 m 6121I
.ow.n............ ....... 52m.
'..h.cket....--.--.----........ 5 m.
Ga )n ........ ... 2 i9unm 5 50pm .
GrOv wer~t..... ..............5 I01-.n
King's Mountain . ....... 3 in
Ilessemer City.--... .... ....6 45r-m
Gastonia-.... ....... Sl5am 7 01-m.
Low ll --.- ---- - ....., 7 12j~
L.d........-.... ...... ... .... 7 3.
r Chr2t -.... 340am 7 45j m 14
No. ~65 No- II N o 7.
Sor-rnaors. Daily. Diy. a -y
. harlotte....... .. 12!5pm 12 00 -n 9.35aix
Lodo.---........... ...... 2 11pm
Gastconia...... ... .02xm l2.50pm
Bessen'erdl l2S.... ..'.. i.7
(ing'r Moni ......... p.l.p
1Ilacksburg....12.44 nmI 1.-17.m IO41.
Gaffneya........... 129am 2.67pm
Thickett7y .... .. ....22p
Cowp nn........ .. ........2.p.m
Spartanburg... .. I 3am 3.00pm 13a
X artanburg June.. ........2pmm
.er Fores......... ...... 7ipm.
......ford............ ........3 20pm.
Greers.......... ... .......36pm.
Taylor'...... ...... .... ... 3 4pm ..:
Greenville...... ... m8m 4.05:m 2 8
('rosawell......... ... 2p
Eamleys......... ...8am 4 35pm.
Liberty ............. ...... 4 1pm.
Cnaloun ..... . 3 17am 506pn ----
Seneca ..... .... .... 3.4am 5 20pm.
Rig~hlan ... ...... ........ 5 45pm *.
Tocco..''''''-..--...... 6 16pm .
A yersviil- -.----4.6m66p .
r 5t. Airy.'-'---.---'....:.... 3'ym .
Hellion..'''''''......7 25pm .,
ra ''' - - -- .. 735pm ...
Whu ai.,h.. ... 13,nm 7.50pm. ..
New Hollanm...'''..... 7 5pm ...
GIaine,,ville......3- Sp - -- - -
O-lell's - 3a .2Opm 33p
Flowery JIraneh .. ..
Jnuford........... ...pm ...
Sulwance.'''-. '--......... .40.4 pm.....
Duluth.'''''.'''''.'....... 854pm ...
Nor..ro.... '''''''''..'........0 pm...
)oravill-.--...... .... .... 9 2pm ..
Chamblee-.----..... ........ 9 40ppa .,.
-----i -....... ........9 42pm ...
lielt .Incet- ---.---.----....0Spm ...
AAtlanta (.'.. 0 0it i6i5~
ote especially that trains Nos.l5, 16, 17 and 15
run between Corm, lin and A tlunta Instead
ala and A tlanta. Agents will give all ub
ty possible andt have newspapers make local
ition in accordanc~e with our existing adver
W. A. TURK,
Gen'l Pass. Agt., Washingt'on, D. C
S. II. A A RDW IUK
Ass't Gen'l P'asa. A g~t., A tlanta,'Ga.
J. A. D)ODSON, ,
' uperintendent, A tlanta, Ga.
General Manager, Washingto'n, D. C.
Traffie Mantager Washinebon, D. D.
[E ATLANTIC COAST fLNE L R
PASSENGER DlEPARTM ENT.'
Wilmington, N. C., Jan. i4, 1803.
inst Line between Charleston andi ('olumbia
Upper South Carolina and Western North
alinia and A thens and A tlanta. Condensed
rg Wost. Going East,
'.52. STATIONS. eNg.53
)ar..v Charleston, S. C., A r...pm
)am............ I,'e. .... .. ., 7.00pm
tam......r Uolumbia Lv......42pm
1pm.... ......AAb eville ........ .....1pm
1pm........... AtnR.. ..........15ami
)pm.....Charlotte, N . .--..930pm
ipm.endersonville, N. C.-. 7 8
laily. N os. 52 and 53 solid trasinss~been
rleston anid Coluu.bia, S. '
1i. M. EM ERSON, a
Ass't Cen' i Pasenager A en t
.lKENLY, T1. M. E~MERSO ,
flen'l Manager. Tril Manager
Money to Loan. - *
a improved farm lands in sums of 1800 and
rardis. Loans repayable in g'malil annmal pay-.
its through a period of six years thus ena- *q
gc the borrower to pay off hla Iidebtednecsd
lout exhausting his crop in any one year,
ly to J. E 1100 (S.A itorne,
lyl Pickena.8, C..