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FICKENS SENTINEL,
PICK ENS C. IT., S. C.
J. E. BOGoS A CO., Proprietors.
Natered at P'ickeus Postoilce ia second Cla
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Obituary notices exceeding flive lines, tributes
of respect, communicntions of a personal
eharscter, when adtnisooble, will be chargod
1br as advertisements.
TH)RDAY, MARCH 22, 1894.
Death of Gen. fisrdofth Slegiung.
Gen. Rudolph Siegling, one of the
most prominent business men ol
Charleston, died in that city lasi
'Wednesday morning, Maich 14th, ol
appoplexy. lie was stricken oin
Tuesday morning, while attending
to business, in the Aflce of the City
Treasurer at the City Hall, and died
within less than fourteen hours. lie
was just in the prime of a useful life
and manhood, when the niessenger
.of death came, calling him away from
this world. Gen. Siegling was a
man of rare ability, as his record both
in public and private life shows. Be
was born in Charleston, in 1839, and
served in the late war as a confeder
ate 2nd lieutenant. He was thought
to be mortally wounded at the second
battle of Manassas,. aid was left for
he field; but he had the
f reading the deeds that the
n newspapers chronicled of
,ry and gallantry. H is loss in
the greatest that Charleston has been
called upon to sufTer in several years.
Irogresu of the Souta.
PALTIMORE, Alarch 15.-The Manu.
facturers' Record in its weekly sum
mazy of the business conditions of
the South says: "One of the notice
able features of the business interests
of the South is the unusually large
number of capitalists and home seek.
era who are now investigating the re
sourses and attractions of this section,
and this is being followed by some
large sales of propertics and exton.
vive colonization projects."
There is no longer any doubt that
the South is progressing; all we
need to make it far ahead of the
North and West is unity, and, espe
cially unity in South Carolina; but
South Carolina is unanimous on one
point, and that is that politics in this
State are what; can any one
answer?
To advance rapidly we must first
learn the appreciation and use of our
possessions, before we can expect to
gain capitalists, or even desirable
immigrants. Let us therefore unite,
study tihe possibilities of the South,
exert both brain and muscle, and,
show the worlId that we aro the peo
ple. ________ _
Tihe E~aeley Democrat wants Eller
by for Governor, and has duly hop
ped down from its serene position onl
the fence. The People's Journal has
not spoken its endorsement on the
gubernatorial issue, but it is plainly
against Senator Irby's Sudlivan epi.
sode, and is candid enough to say
that it "has failed to rebuke
him for unwvarranted slings at good
men." We had attributed this fail
ure on the part of oair esteemecd con.
tkmporarv to'a lack of spare space,
but are willing to accept its own ex-I
planation. Wo further assure our
Focal contemporaries that we cordially
sypathize with them in their laudable
efforts to restore harmony in tho' re
form ranks. We assure them from
the present delightfid exper-ience of
our own crowd that harmony is a
great blessing.
it is about to tr-anspire that the
sale of confiscated whiskey at Easley
Ihst week wvas against the dispensary
law. The seller and purchasers had
better fly shy. The whiskey was sold
in gallon jugs, and found rea-ly sale
at $2.16 per gallon. A spectator re
marked that it was the thirstiest
crowd he had seen in a long time,
and that the bidders stumbled ovr
.ach other for a nip.
A special frotn Columbia to the
Greenville News, under date of 12th
.imst., says that Senator Irby has de. 4
eided to resign the State Chairman-.
ship and take the stumpl in defence of
his course. We trust the Senator will
not do this. We prefer to have him:
remain chairman, besides, the stump
will be badly crowded.
Judge-IM ey hold8 ttite State
abould talte charge of! every case of
retalilpg whiskey, and that all such
cases hoMk1%o kept from the docket
of the District court. Trhis would be
a big saving to the government, but
would strike tile retailing defendants
a heavy blow.
The latest developments in the
Pollard-Breckenridge case are, that
the masons are defraying theoexpense
of Miss Pollard's snit. Her testinmo
-mey has already cost something over
$4,000, _______
To procure .a -impression of the
greal seal of 8 ~~euires an order
fre# o te nie
Waablngtoxi Letter.
Well, the expected has happened.
The Senate has passed the Bland bill
far the coinage of the seigniorage in
the treasury without amendment, and
the measure is now in the hands of
President Cleveland. It was well
known that when this matter was
first broached, the President thought
it an unwise step to take, and so eta
ted to- members of Congress, but he
has been careful to express no opin.
ion since the bill has been pending in
Congress, and now these who are
.usually well informed express the be.
lief thr-t the President will, in defer
ence to the large number of demo
crate who voted for the bi-ll, in both
House and Senate, allow the bill to
become a law without his signature,
thus giving them the benefit of the
doubt in- his mind as to the wisdom
of the trill.
The democratic members of the
Senate Finance committee had to re
sort to the very unusual expedient of
asking the committee to adopt a res
olution pledging each member to
secrecy while the tariff bill is under
consideration before they could stop
the making public by the republican
Senators of everything said and done
at the committee meetings. Since
the adoption oif that resolution very
little has le:nkt d out of thecommit.
tee room. The democrats on the
cominittee wn; in accordance with
senatorial co)om, to reaich an agree
ment with the republicans on the
committee #s to when the bill shall
be reported, and when the Senate
shall begin its consideration. This
they have up to this time been unable
to do, owing to the unreasonable do
mands of the republicans who act as
though they represented the majority
instead of the minority. The demo
crats will wait until next week, and if
the republicans continue obstinate
will then report the bill and make
their own arrangements as to when
the debate shall begin The demo
crats on the committee are still confi
dent that the bill will become a law by
.June 30.
It. may be necessary to change the
wording of the clause of the tarift
bill which repeals the reciprocity law,
on account of the marked difference
among democratic Senators as to
what would be the effect if the bill
becomes a law as it now stands. Sen. '
ator Voorhees says it will repeal the
law, but will not affect the treaties F
made under that law; while Seinators
Vest, Caffrey and others sany that the 0
repeal of the law will abrogate the C
reaties. This is a very serious ques- 1)
;ion to the sugar makers; also in its I
1ffect upon the revenue expected from *1
he tariff bill, i:asmuch as about two. "t
hirds of the foreign sugar we use t4
vill come in free, regardless of the "
luty imposed by the tariff bill, if the
~reaties nowv in existence, including
bhat with Hawaii, are to continue in
rorce. The Senate Finance commit
:ee lhae inserted a clause in the tariff tc
>)ill providing for the abrogation of
he treaty with Ilawaii, but it will be D
>pposed by democratic Senators, and Ila
t is by no pneans certain that it will tu
e in the bill when it is passed.
Rtepresentaitive Tucker, of Virginia, !e
5happy. His joint resolution pro. '4
ndimg for an amendment to the Con- kc
.titution authorizing the election of ci
Senators by direct vote of the people
will be favorably reported to the cl
Hlouse. C
Speaker Crisp has promised to
eecognize Delegate Joseph next bion
Llay for the purpose of calling up the 0
bill for the admission of New Mexico
as a state. The republicans are
opposed to the bill, and will break a
quorum it it is in their powver, in
ordler to prevent its passage. Etforts
are now being made to have a quorum
of democrats present wvhen the bill is
called. If they are successful there
is no doubt of the passage~ of the bill,
as it will receive the vote of every
democrat present.
Secretamy Herbert welcomes the
op~por-tunity given him by the House
to officially lay before that body andI
the country all of the facts connected
with the fine, imposed upon the Car
negie steel compJany because of its1
failure to keep the armor plates it
made for the government up to the
highest po-uble standard of quality.
The facts are~ all creditable to Secre
tary Herber-t anid to President Clove..
land, who stood b~ehind him. The~re
is a popubar misap~prehension con
eerning those armor plates which
sauIfed the contr-actoms to be fined.
They were not defective. T1hey all
same withmn the contract require-.
nents, but they weore below the best
tandar-d that the contract~rs could <
rodluce ; hence the fine. t
The sensation lovers are enjoying I
.he testimony in the Pollard-Brecken.
idge case, now being tried here, but,
hanks to Judge Bradley, who is pre
iding over the court, the w~omien are t
~xcldedl from the court room, and f
ave to get the testinmony from the r
ewspapers. It is a dirty mess wvhichi
ahould never have been carried into t
~ourt.
Too Onlm to be IUseful. 1
Some men never get excited, no o
nattor what the provocation. One of Ii
his num'eor is employed in a foundry 'j
n this city. .
The other day he strolled into the v
oundry office, and in a very casual s,
way inquired : "What's become of p
that extinguisher I used to see around u
here?"~
"Oh, it was a little out of order,
and we sent it back to be repaired,"
said one of the clerka. Still puff'ing h
tranquily on his pipe, the man in tl
quired: ,"You don't happen to have p
a pail handy do you? ?"
"No ; what do rou want a pail for?" ~
was the answer and qu< ation.
"I 'thougt I could us. it;i the a
here was a scramble to get out,
and when the sbop was rgached - the 'l
fire had made some pro~ress. Tho' I
stOemer company near at hand Was t
notified, aned tfit- a "A,4 tight the
Death or M1r. Andrew V. Lews.,
On Friday last, March 9th, 1894, For s
it 4 o'clock in the afternoon, Mr. ere of t
kndrew F. Lewis died at his home, cerned
)n Seneca River, after a lingering became
ilness. He was in his eightieth South C
vear, having been born on the 21st Of cc
day of June, 1814. A long life of spies wt
usefulness and honor was his portion. these lit
In the prine of a mature manhood secrets
he was noted for his sound judgment that the
and popular manners. He took a them is
deep interest in his farming opera- the squi
tions, and, until enfeebled by the in- interest
firmities of age, gave his farm a follow, I
personal supervision. So devoted mnedium
was he to his noble avocation that he blonde
would frequently remark during his on will
latter years that all the inscription he Johni
wanted on his tombstone was: "He some ti
was a Farmer," because, he would some of
add: "By your fruits you would be former
known." This was a favorite theme tice to
for his contemplation and was one of Port Ro
his oft repeated quotations. day at
He was a fine gentleman of the such in
old school, and in the ante-bellum would a
days was one of the most popular being lo
men in the upper part of the State. and has
He was several times elected a iomn- press Co
ber of the State legislature from Whenev
Pendleton, representing at that titne he woul
both Anderson and Pickens Districts, in Carol
embracing the territory now included package
in Anderson, Oconee and Pickens Mr. J
counties. In every election he was at in Carol
the head of the ticket as often as he pet of
was a candidate. Walsh)
Being a prominent man in 1860, authorit
when the whole South was stirred which %
from centre to circumference, with His f
the burning questions of State rights, here to ,
he was elected a member of the con- under hi
stitutional conven tion,which convened also war
in the city of Charleston, and on ing a i
December 20th, 1860, passed the fa- saunter(
mous ordinance of secession. He was ing Liei
an ardent believer in State's rights, quired i:
and ever maintained the cause of a gutn.
Southern independence. The li
Mr. Lewis was an honest man and the pro
enjoyed the confidence of all who supplyin
knew him. He was a fne conversa- weapon
tionalist and took great delight in days on
Ahe entertainment of his friends. caught,
scarcely was lie ever seen at a public be made
fothering but that he was the centre Spy e(
.a social groupe who hung upon his by an
)right and witty sayings. police fo
In early life he was married to
iss Sue A. Sloan, who, with several
hildren, survive.
For over forty years he lived on his
lantation on Seneca ltiver.
On Sunday afternoon, at three
'clock, his bier was followed to the
Old Stone church, where, after appro.
rate funeral services, conducted by
ev. S. U1. Zimmerman, in the pres. G
ice of a large concuurse of .sorrow
'g friends, his body was laid to rest
await the resurrection morn.-Keo- TO oul I
ee Courier.
When th
centrmal os. morning, 3
Our school is still improving, moringmi
Miss Nellie Rlamseur ia on a visit of the cofn
her relatives in North Carolina. wishes fro
Mrs. Priest and daughter, Miss (e our
aisy, left a few weeks ago for At- opcning.
ita, where they will make their fu
re home.Pnd
WV. B. Gaines received the sad in. That is
Iligence this week of the death of extnt ofim
s son, WV. S. Gaines, who was a of March.
comotive engimeer in Central Ameri
s. He died the 22d of March. Super.
The local freights, which wvere This is t1
anged in the winter and ran from scrbes thd
reers to Toccoa, will resume their Goode
d run Sunday and will lay over Reason
ere, which will cause a good many This is
r the families to move back again, urea tells j,
Some of the citizens of this place large and
iet the other night and elected offi- chanidise.
era for their coming factory, which itSp~la
hey expect soon to have in operation
[l'he following are the officer8: H. M. Jes
tLlen, president; J. D. WVarnock, vice. Fruit of
>resident; E. T'. Wyatt, treasurer; J. Idg
t. Falls, secretary. 5Clesa
.5-cents.
PeonsIons for old Soldiera. JO
At thme office of the comptroller
Keneral, work of tabulating the pen.
ion rolls of the many. counties for
heir final revision by the State board 0
ans begun, although there are t wo
ounties yet to be heard from. The
varrants for the pensioners will
>e placed in the hands of the clerks
bout A pril 1st. -a
.The pensions per capita this)ya """""
vill be about $22.00. There has been
ome increase in the number of TAT1I
ames on the roll, but when the b
ames of those already on the list, By J. B.
vho have died during the past year
r who have moved from the State, Where
re struck off and the amount that made sui
vas saved out of last year's appropri of admir
tioni is considered, the per capita effects of
vill be about ais given above. The These
ntire amonnt is to be p~aid at once muonish a
his year instead of two payments as and credi
eretofore- deceased,
~-*** -before n
h~eight or an Eagle's F'llght. to be lie
The imnperial eagle, the largest of S. C., on
lie sp~eces known, flies to a height of after pul>
romi 10,000 to 15,000 feet. It is a in the fi
ative of South America, and its hab- they hav<
bat is among the lofty mountains of tration sI
hiat countiy. Its power of flying to Given
ighi altitudes is only exceeden by the day of
)ndor of fhie Andes, which is said to year of o
ave attained the hight of six miles, J. B
r w~ithmin one mile of theo greatest
eight ever attained by 'a balloon.
'he eagle sails in the air at heights All
inging from three to five miles, and the es t
'len seen to soar upward by art ob. notified
arver on the earth's surface dissp. prvn
oars from sight -mn about three mm-i the time
tes.-Blrooklyn Eagle.
Snmallpox in Atlanta.
The city health board of Atlanta
as issued an official report that ..
mere are two cases of confluent small Ofggee 4
x in thait city. One case is at the
est-house, the other is convalescent.
here have been nine cases of vario. Overse
id in the city. Seventeen persons fled to pi
r~e detained at the quarantine eta. putblic r<
on; they have been vaccinated and 15th of
atve sho-en no sign of smallpox. observe I
'he population of the whole city have ers, and
een vaccinated, and the disease is faulters a
ktoroughly under control. There is By ord
o alarm even in the limediate J. J.
olbbzorhmoodt if thm Infted, h....... nuoe~
A Tiliman Spy.
Ometime past the liquor deal. Yox
his city have been much con. your I
Re to how their shipments 1
known to the authorities in o
arolina,.s
urse the presence of Tillman be c
a immediately suspected, but Book
nbs of palmetto law kept their For
woll for quite a while, butnow -
y are known the usefulness of
destroyed. The main guy of
td that looks after dispensary
i on this side of the river is a
)y name, Johnson. He is of r
height, quite fat, wears a
mustache and from this time
wear a "worried look." a
;on has been in Augusta for
me and was unsuspected by
the dealers who knew him in
imes. It has been his prac.
visit the South Carolina and 1
Val Railroad express cars every
leaving time and catch on to
formation as he could. He
Iso follow drays that he saw t
aded in front of liquor stored I
been burning about the Ex.
mpany's office on Broad street.
er he caught on to anything
I telegraph to the authorities
ina, who would intercept the
. B. Walsh, a former dealer
ina seemed to be the especial
Mr. "Johnson" and he (Mr. T
made a kick to the railroad S ]
ies for allowing his inspection
ill now be stopped. Temp
pyship not only comes over
vorry merchants who are not tili
s master's jurisdiction, but he Ml
Its police protection for carry. em,
evolver. Last afternoon he
d into headuuarters, and call. Corr
it. Cartledge to one side in- L. F.
he was not entitled to carry
eutenant replied that he had To th
Yo
ud American prerogative of to an
g himself with a deadly whicl|
it the price of $100 or go 90 and t<
the public roads and that, if said <
fleal
a case would most eertainly after
against hin-, day o
>hnson is assisted in his work swer I
3x-member of the Augusta said,i
ece. to the
comp!
Dat
[On
J.
To thi
L. I
Tak
actionl
the ofl
EETING..
State C
sateI
INT r1=~N3 AND CUSOKW1 ur
e clock In every home on Monday
larch 12th, 1891, strikes break. ___
inmd the famuilies gather for the
cal, please add to the aweetening E. ni.
e two extra large lumups of goodl And
11 the new firm of JONES &
i, and( accep~t our hearty thanks MURI
mstnted patronage since our
he word that best conveys thme IIILL a
unr purchtases of New spring
Ir Goods on sale at this 12th day
122 Masl,
teeth ex
ma word that most fittingly de
nature of this stock of New n.J.
iable-- omfeo1
the word which In fullest nmes-.
ist how we are going to seil this 1jan81
select stock of fresh, new mier- -
You will find much pleasure T y.
In this diversified stock. Make ti.
o see it.
r Fui a.
the Loonm Bleaching at 8 cents. Over
le Calicoes at 5 cents. One ease mak
a cents. One case Ginghams at size in
Plain p
U & HAfRISON,
REEN'VILLE, S. C.
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENs.
NEWBERRY, Esquite,
Probate Judge.
ts, J. M. Stewart, C. C. P.
to me, to grant him letters
istration of the estate and
Ira T. Roper.
are therefore to cite and ad.
11 and singular the kindred
tors of the said Ira T. Roper,
that they be and -appear
e, in the Court of Probate, That
Id at Pickens Court House
the 25th day of April next:RO
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock If you
Jrenoon, to show cause, if place
t any, why the said adminis- oue
ould not be granted. yoc
under my hand, this 12th not cla
tlarch, 1894, in the 118th usually
otr indopenldence- and yc
. NE WBERRY, . ., . - them.
tecutor's Notice,
sons having demands against
i of Nero Lay, deceased, are
to present thorm, properly 73 xi
o the undersigned, within
prescribed by law.
W M. LAY,
dJAMEs GOSSETT,
'~ruLL WESnEY,
Executors. -.
sounaty Cona massaoner.
PIcKENs COUNTY.
era of roads are hereby noti.0 v
t four (4) days work on the
>ads, between now and the
~iay. They will carefully
he law in regard to default- Sp
-eturn the names of all de. divisi<
s required by law.
er ofthe Boat'd. . aatlo
LEWIS, Clerk of. Board. Main
'.,March 16., 1894. .Tn24
Esdoy Good4 Eusulti.
i can easily do it, if you will keep
tomach, the laboratory of your body,
d order. Tyner's DyspepslalRelmedy
o this. It will build you up and give
ood health. It stands alone as the
8end for book of full particulars and
red-enjoy goos health and be happy,
free to all. Price 50c per bottle.
ale by druggists.
CINM~I:a til
Phis is a beautiful book and at the
ame lime one of the most useful.
lomprising in one volume the rarest
reats in history, adventure, art and
cience, concluding with a copelse,
ut most comprehensive history of the
Vorld's Fair. 500 splendid illustra.
ions and beautiful engravings of
olumbian Architecture. Sold only
y subscription. Address or call on
I. W. FARR, Rice's, 8. 0.
Sumamous for Relief.
TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,1
Pickens County.
Court of Common Pleas.
y 0. Stewart, Sallie Sinmons, Susan
Nard, J. N. Howard, E. N. Garrett,
ruing F. Garrett, Alva V. Garrett,
ie 0. Garrett and Verner Howard and
inle Howard by their guardian ad lit.
J. N. Howard, Plaintiffs,
Against
M. Blalock, Robert N. Blalock and
Blalock, Defendants.
ummons for Relief. (Complaint
Served.)
e Defendants above named:
i are hereby summoned and required
wer the complaint in this action, of
a copy Is herewith served upon you,
> serve a copy of your answer to the
omplaint on the subscribers at their of
Pickens, 8. C., within twenty days
the service hereof, exclusive of the
f such service; and if you fail to an.
the complaint within the time afore
the Piaintiffs in this action will apply
Court for the relief demanded in the
laint.
ed Jaluar 8th, A. D. 1894.
J. M . STEWART', C. C. P.
Ml Sea].]
P. CARET, and JonxaoNa & RlOUR,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
defendants Robert N. Blalock and
B. Blalock:
u notice that the complaint in this
, together with the summons of
the foregoing is a copy was filed in
ice of the Clerk of the Court of Coin.
'les for the County of Pickens in the
if South Carolina, at Pickens in said
nd County on the 8th day of Jan.
394.
.CARET, and JOHNSoN & RioHE,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
JURRAY, J. E. BOGGS5
lorson, 8. C. Pickens, h. C
AY & 330005,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PICK ENS, S. C.
t WELDON,
DENTISTS,
Street. GR EENV1LE, 8. C
reer whThursay and Friday, and
P. CA RLISL E,
DENTIST,
rer Wesatmorelatore.Bros & Duke's Drug
fGREENViLLE, W. V.
ITZOERALD,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
GREENVILL.E, 5. C.
Westmo l~and liros'. Drug Store. All
niargoenents from oldup piresto any
water colors, crayon, India ink, oil and1
UP 5
)OWN
and
5IDE
is the way SLOAN'S SEEDS 3
t. If you want the best varieties,4
want the best quality, Sloan's is the ~
o buy. They oo not claim to sell
caper than anybody else. They do z
im to keep everything. but they can
-get for you anything not in stock,
u can depend on what you buy of
SLOAN'BROS.
rin St., GREENVILLE, 8. C.
,BEST OF EVERY.
THING IN DRUGS.
J. E. SIRRIINE,
1 Eng ner and Surveyor
Greenville, S. I..
cial attention given to Sub.
m of land, Terracing and esti
a of WVater Power. Office 88)
S3t., ove r, Felton's Book Store.
anDb
HELLO?1
thy certainly we are alive and
icking about the hard times, but
Presses for ll they are worth-.
)OD, NEAT JOB PRINTR -,
nost artistic designs, call at THE
ices as low as anywhere and
Dod, if not better. Satisfaction
JOB DEPARTMENT
Samuel Spencer, F. W. Iluidekoper and Reuima
Foster, Reelvers.
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Lint
Division,
Schedule in effect July 2nd, 1893.
Eastern Timt Dally. Daily. Dily
Lv. Atlanta (E T)......45pm 9 0ar 1 g~p
" Peachtree .......... ...............
" Belt Junction.. .........10 10aD.
Goodwin's ...... ..........1022am.
Chamblee .... . .........10 2Sam.......
Doraville...............10sam.
Norcross ...... ...7V8pm 10 BUMm.
Duluth .. ........ Nam.
" Buwanee.... .. ........ Slam.
" Buford.......... ........ 1 ai .
Flowery Branch ..112am.
04.del' i.i... ........
SGainesville......0pm 11 4am p
" Now Holland............11 bam.
White Sulphur..........1o0n.
Lula...........40pm 12 12pm.
Bellton ....... ...
Longview ,
"Cornla.
Ar. Mt Airy..
Lv. Mt Al y
Ayerv i le
Toccoa ...
Folsom ..
Madison..
Ilarbins................
" Westminster... .. "" pm.
Richland ....... ........2 27in.
Seneca.............10 11pm 4 Opm
Keowee ................252pm.
" Calhoun ................3 00pm
Central ........,. 10 3pm 35p 433p
Liberty ..... ............ 3 .
Easleys............
Crosewell .... .. .... 42p
Greenville.......... i 2gpm 400pm 525pm
Taylor's ........ ........4 Z2pm.
Greers ........ ...... ...4A1 I
" Duncan's.............40m
"..W....ord-.............. 7m......
" Fair Forest. .... .......&Ojm
"Spartan burg.12Jun'c. ~ p 62p
"Cfon..............
"Cowpens..... ......... ~m
"Thicketty .............67m
"Gan n........... ..26c 6Z~m
"Black. urg.......1a 07mip
"* Grover................ 1m
"King's Mountain......* p .
" Iessemer city....
" Gastonia......... ~m7 ~m
"Lowell ...... .........7l~m
" Hellemont...... ......7 pm
" Lodo................ 3p
Ar. Charlotte 2.... ....,.1pm
Sovvuet~~s,. Daily. Daily. Daily.
Lv. Charotte..... ..12 m 120 '0a .3s
........ 12pm.
................102am .
Lowll..........120.. 12 3pm.
7 12pm0p9m '
Beseme Ciy.......,,..107pm .
Kings Munlir.........19am .
Groer..............7p13m .
Ga....,...9a 112a
" ow~s........... l3e
................... Il50m,..
" lito..............Sp00'n...
artsnb8g40pm......3.pm ..
r qes........ ... ..71pm .. .
Wlfr........ ... m,....
Duca'............22pm . .
Giei.......... ...2 3pm ...
1013m464pm .,
Grenvlle........8a - . 5pm .......
Crswel........ ... 320pm..,..
Ea1.~......... 4319pm...
....... ........ 34pm........411m
:: ~.......317a ...2pm ,,......
Wetmng~........... 4sm ...
::~............34pm ...
" olo.......... ... 114pm ..,
Tocoa.............pm ...
................-m -- 6 -..0pm .,.
Ayrsile............ 522m ...
Aiy............8pm ...
.................. 7pm...
..2.....9...m.......0pm ...
Long ieam...72pm.7-p
helin............. 11lpm. ..
'. ewHolan........... Olm...
:: ~1~~yBranh.........0pm .
Suane............. Opm...
" ulth.......... ... 7 2pm ...
Nocrss....--'.....7 pm .;.
Lv Choavlte............2pmm20 n93a
Ldo.............. ........12pm.
"BellJmont---...... ........ .7pm..
Loela -...t ............ 1.3p
A" Atatn a... T.. .am 12.50pmi
Not Besecally taty... trains.... 1, 0,7pa dI
wil, u K etweenM rnt .. ...... Atl.tainsem
lit rosse an ...... newspapers 1.7meJe l
mentinBiaccobrda... with our4m existin s0er
8sn aranbgem n e. .....302
uncn Pass.... Ag.... .s 3 2'6pm.
rnt en.. r.2m.6pm
eneral.. ...g,3 W7ashington -.0
" TRch ad ... n..... ........ pm ""''''
Wslmintrn., ... C.. Jan. 1 4 s "" ""
Harbin an..hes.n Alat....eao
"00adisv" Charlston "-... .A.0pm .,.
" Folm.. "". ""..-anc .....6 ip p.....
"29MT...ccPosperity" -- ........ 10pm...
"Aesiil'epm---.---..e ber....m...26pm ....
ArS M...r ."...----to...........326m...
2.Lp M...A.."."re" --........ 4pm ,..
"1p leloI'""" 5m.lp
-0pm... ......... .........7..p.. .....
" White..........h...... a .0........
',0m.Ne.Wiolaboro......... 52pm...
"30pmnChalo--t-... N.......... . 0pm
42p............. .......8.0...
" 1upmth..... .....n............10m .a
S 10p.........pa an r ........00a m
Di OmAshleville ... C........S p
" ha m blee......u.b.. 8.... 9 4p
- G . a i -s.... .. . ... .. E .50SON
' B eNt Junto A-tGn!1a~'r~rAot
A WoAnety(."' 0o Lqan
Onot improvad tart tans inosum, 206 and i
wilarun Lwen Crmyal iand sAtllannal ntay
nd a trog a eAdo ensix year ths .
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Superntendnt A eant,JO.
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PICKENS SENTINEl
COLUMBIA AND RERVILL1,
iamuel Spencer, F. W. Iuidekop ir and Reubin
Foster, teceiverv.
Condensed Schedule in effect Dec. 24, 1893.
Trains run by 76th Meridian Time.
o. 11 No. 12
Daily STATIONs. Daily.
7 15am........ Lv. Charleston, A r........ 5 45pm
120am. Columbia. " ... .... 4 15pm
203pm........" Alston "........ 30pm
2 8pm ........" Pomaria "....... 314pm
235pm. " Prospity....... 25pm
250pm........ Newberry ......... 239pm
25ipm........ Helena ........ 235pm
130 pm........ " Chappell's " ........ 1 pm
2 18pm........ Ninety Six ". I 32pm
237pm...... . . Greenwood ........1256pm
300pm......" Hodge's " .123pm
320pm.. Donnald's ". 1216pm
3 35pm. " ionea Path '. 1203pm
3 55pm.......... Ar Belton Ly.........11 4 Im
400pm..........Lv Belton Ar..........11 m
4 24pm............ Anderson... ......11 1pm
4 58pm............ Pendleton ...... 10 36pm
5 30pm...........Ar Seneca Lv........1 OOpm
5 10pm...........Lv Seneca LY .......... 9 45pm
625pm.........Ar Walhalla L,.. . .. 905am
5 15pm........Ar Greenville Ly.........10 1pm
Between Anderson, Belton and Greenville.
Daily.
;o. 11 STATIONS. No. 12
308pm.........Lv Anderson Ar.........1207pm
3 40pm...........Ar elton Lv...........11 4bpm
4 00pm...........Lv Belton Ar....... ..11 pm
4 20pm........A Williamston. Atr...... 11 09pt
4 26pm............. Pei zer ............11 03pm
4 40pm..........Piedmont..........10 48pm
1 20pm.............Greenville ............10 5pm
Between Charleston, Columbia, Alston and
Spartanburg.
Dairy.
fo. 13. STATIONS. No. 14.
7 15am........ Lv Charleston Ar........ 8.45pm
5 10am.........Lv Columbia Ar......... I.00pm
510pm..............lston..... .......1220pm
S 44pm....... ......Carlisle. ....... ...11 26pnm
553pm............. Santuc..,.. ......11 17ptn
7 10pm...... .......Union ......... ....109pm
7 30pm.... ..... Jonaville. .... .. ....I.0.37pm
7 43pm... ...... .Iacolet...... .... ...4pm
10pm....r Spartanburg Lv....1000am
1 20pm....A r A shevillo Lv ........50am
Between Newberry, Clinton and Laurens.
Daily Except Sunday..
o. l5. STrATIONS. No. 16.
20am..Lv Columnbia Ar......4 15pm
'00pm...........Newberry...........1230pm
50pm..........Goldville............I 35mm
1 15am............ Clinto't...........110am
10pm.....Ar Laurens Lv.........1040am
lietween Heodges and A bbeville,
o. 11. ST ATIONS. No. 10
1 06pm......Lv Hodges Ar.........255pm
125pm..........Darraugh's...........235,m
140pm..Ar Abbeville Lv.... 2p
eo.9 No. 12
140pm......Lv Hodges Ar......122pm
l 0pm.........~arraugh's..........1205pm
.pm..Ar AbbevIlle Lv. 115am
Connections via South hou nd Railroad.
Daily.
'o. 38- No. 33
.45am...Lv Columbia Ar...2.40pm
I.30am...Ar Savannah Lv....1020am
Nos. 13 and 14 are solid trains between Charles
yn and Asheville.
Through ohtween Savannah mnd Ashe.
Trains leave Spartanburg, A. & C. division,
orthhbound, 1.43 a. m. 5. p. mn., 6.12 p. mn. (Ves
lbuled limited); soutlhound 12.26 a. m. 2.51 p.
a., 11.37 a. m. (Vestibuled limited); west'bound,
V. N. C. division, 8.20 and 3.10 p. mn., for Hien.
ersonville, Asheville and hot Springs..
Trains leave Greenville, S. C., A. & C. division,
orthbound, i2.42 a. in., 4.00 p.n., 5.23 (Vestibul.
d limited): southbound, 1.2 a. mn., 4.00 p. m.,
2.28 p. m. (Vestibuied limited).
Trains leave Seneca, A. A 'C. division, north.
ound, 11.30 p. mn., 2.27 p. mn., and 4.10 p. mn.
cuthbound, 2.32 a. mn., 5.35 p. mn. and 1.37 p. in.
Pullman Sleeper on 13 and 14 bet ween Charles.
n and Ashevil le, via Columbia and Spartan
u rg.
Pullman palace sleeping car on trains 35 and
3,37 and 38 on A. & C.d division.
V. E. MclIEE.
Gen'l Superintendent, Columbia, 8. C.
S. H. HIARDWICK,
Aas't Gen'i Pass. A gt., Atlanta, Ga.
W. H. GREEN,
Gen'l Manager, Washington, D. C.
WV. A. TURK,
Ooa'i Pass. Agent, Washington, D. C.
SOL, HIAAS,
Tramcl Manager. Washington, D. C
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