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PIKENS SENTINEL,
P6icK E NS C. IL..S. C,
.1. .. MES A CO., 'roprietors.
Eatored at Pickens Postoflice as second Class C
Matter.
g-iimipTiION l'iCE-. Vl.50 per Year iuvarit
bly Its advnce; for six m1101hM "i5 celsig.
Advertisemelns itserteil it mm1 dollar per square
of one inch or less for the refit inseri lot, atl
fifty ceiits for each subsequent ilitit1o11. A c
liberal discnit made to mer himas ,a:sd other
advertisit . for six ntmls or a year.
gW/-l'os1T')N APOSIiltOsENlI-NTs POS
TIVF-LaY NOT TAK EN.
Obituary notices exceeding five lites, tributept
of respect, cominunications of a personuatl
0haracter, when adiulasable, will be charged
for as advertisenetits. 4
TIHURSDAY, APIlL 12, 1894.
Back to tho Farna.
Under the influence of a protective
tariff which put a fictitious value uIxm
no niany articles of conmerce and
manufacture together with the ma
chine raiied and almost spontallneou1s
growthi of western crops, farming as A
a money latilg occuipation has been
r4educed much below par and railroad
olies, governent o'lioes, the profes
mions, stores, facfories, towns and
cities have becomo over crowded.
Tho coiditionl i,4 a mtnace to tho
stabilitv of tho government. Reac 1
tion must take place, and the timeiv
is not far distant. The question < f a
living is becoming parainouint to the
fluestion of making money. Goveen- c
in nt or no governme 1 tar or 1:o vo
tariff, silver or n> silv.-r, tie soil of b
America is bound to feed her teenm
ing imillikois. The hosts that have
bmen turiled oiut of the mills, the is
shops aid the offices will caalus tho
iwages of those retaiiied to be lower
ed. The gigantic and philmthropic e
chliarities. of last winter cannot be
kept up. No civilize.1 e. >utry, how
ever wealthy, cam long taid the
strain of charity fed millions. The i
alternative of starvation or work on
the farm will drive thousands to the
furrow. When the tide is onco turn
ed in this direction utold wealtlh and
)rosperity will h) bourne upon its
crest. The real stirength, and stfety
of the country now is in the men who
have small farms paid for and are con
teuted aid happy on their incomes.
The wide aread-distress and suffering
last winter among tbhe mases engag
ed.in other callings has tiilken rau tch
of the glitter from seeking a competeut
cy elkewhere than from the farm. I
ii truo in mny of thb southern states
that. furming its ani occnpaitioni is
iteadily going down, but it has about
renohed the rebounding point. Thin
is due in a very great meiasure to the
alitootton methods of men of smnall
means. 1 Th age plan11ters' maike and!
save money ev-ery year', because the~y 14
know how much cheaper it is to raise
their own corn and simall grain. It
costs -less to raise flour and meat at
home-than it does to buy att $2.00 per
bar rel;nd 7 cenlts per* potud. Back
to the far'm and back to some1 of the
old methods is the only sulccessful
a >lution for this country of the tariff
and money questions. Th'e war of
contending interests will finaall y es-t
tablish an equilibrian among the
rnills, the farmis, the workshops and
the professions.
Pickens should hlave a deep[ and
abiding synpathy for its near11 neigh
bor, Breuvarid, N. C. Scarcelv a mon01th1
passes inl which that deserving 1-ttie
town, does not do something in the
way of trying to bring a railroad to
its lmitst. It is sure. to succed some
of thee dlays. It would be a big
joke, if it shonld get ahead of Piukens
ini this respect. The great imlpi 0v0
mnent in the lhustler is well calculated
to make one believe that brother
8hipman is a citizen of anl Eixtraor0di
:nary amoliunlt of push51 and1 determlina~i
lion, and these are the qualities re
*1usite to build r'ailroads nd( imprlove
towvns. Brev'ard is a good pla1ce to <
e'xercise these qualitIes. It han anll
vxtensaive atnd fertile back country thait
will always3 be its own, an~d once in
the possessioni of r'ailroadl facilities,
its lasting prospecrity' is atseried.
It will be seen from our' advertising c
columns that the town of Pickens will.i
soou be greatly indelbtedl to thle county I
commisiners. They have dletern)
ined to rid the p)ublic square of the ti
old court house. As soon as this bi
very desirable work is accomplished, l
THE SENTINEL morven that tile cOrn-'
n insioners be voted the freedom ofc
the city, made its hioni red guests and
tendered a banquet. IL in true, th~ey e1
will be serving the good of the county (1
mfore0 than1 the town, but the latter ft
will have a better ap~preciation oIf tileg
service, as it wvill daily enjoy the0 re- B
sult of thme good work. ~s
w
Piekens county and THE SENTINEL. g
will not havo to change to be in line tm
ilth. the prohlibitionists, but they will ai
not injnye the cause by terymng to lead
its, ometimes the best waiy to find f,
gon~d'hompany is to wait for it to y
come along, thenl tall in. e
The citic an4 mlitnry investigation f
Sthe Darlington hoinI1oide' fixth1
e spbnsibility for tbe deplorable affair
~k' ~~hE~cnstables, and show further4
~psary law was not theI
I:.troubLle. ' i
Gov. Hegg id not hard upon Fry's
ivision of Coxey~s army.
Why did not tie CioIflumbiai people
all their Shandon "Shondon?"
Things are going to be badly mixed
his suminmer for aspiring politicitma.
lobody serene except thoso high up,
n the fence.
The Union Leanguo Club of Chier
,o has antnounced its intention of
rasing from its roll of honorary
nembers the name of Hon. W. C. P.
3reckenridgo. Many other clubs will
loubtloss bray his silver locks. The
urV tay not agree, but public o)in.
on never makes a mistrial in a case
ike this, and remarks in extenuation
f his conduct or mitigation of his
entenco are not in order.
Li, QUEET IN NOUT471 CAROLINA.
roops to be Iuterei 1td out To-day
Tie' 'tiltnry Alone 4'ott site state
t 18.,OO-mtc lee oz, amd ('an are
Held anle Pls iepain.
Col ttn bia, S. A pil 5 --(Spcial.)
-The roll of Lk lrknm will be heard
n1 Co'umlbialln stieets again tomorrow,
tit it will be a1) men of peace. It
-ill be when the troops, who have
een on duty in Darlington, are re
Liring home.
Gov. Tillinas to-night issued a pro
laiation declaring that the counties
f Darlington and Florence are no
Mgoer in insurrection and that the
ivil status has been restori d. The
uiet hieh prevailed here to-day has
cen alnost painful. Business is go
ig on as usual.
All the spies returned from Flor
ce to day, having given in their
vidence hrst night. Chief Gailliard
amo back sick and broken down,
to went to bed at once.
The troops who reiponded to the
overnor's call are to be ptid $1.50 0
Lay for their ssrvices. Gen. Rich
sourg will be paid -at the rate ol
,1,000 a year and the other officert
vill be handsonely renunerated,
1'le e.,tiro cost of the military eXpo
litini will approximanto $18,000
Jov. Tillnan his issued an order call.
ng the troops from Darlngton an<]
PAlorenice here tomorrow and to I
paid and mustered out of Eervico.
To Iteorganihei milita.
The govornor is naking arrange
ment for fatn entire reorgantizat ion o:
the State militia, deelatring that h(
wouild prefer twenty-five coimpa nica
upon whose obedientce ho could de,
iiond than the pnesent large nmnilben
hvhich have shown that they are in.
eliable. Aisitant AdjOtant-General
Watts and Colonel M ixon will leave
otmiorrow for ( harleston for the pujr.
)oRe of collect ig and Ihnigjt to
Aolumiaji the iams and euipmenlt~its
if t he disbanided FoutrthI Brigadei.
L'his br-igade- is thne crack conrps of the
tate and includes the celebrnated
u'ashitngton Ligh t Infantryi of Char.
A F'uss lan tihe Lamny.
Charleston, S. C., April 5.-It nowv
ranspires thnat G3ov. Tillman's oflicial
amnily is imost woefully divided in re
ar-d to his course in calling out the
oldiers and issuing his recent pro
lamaition. Evenry onne of toe cabinet
xcept, perhnaps, M r. 19 ayfield, depre
ates his conduct, and several (of thetm
r-e outspoken in thneir denunciastion
fo ciens tyan.This informa
diinto this, Secretary3 of State J.
.3. Titndnall, is incenised because Till.
nain issued tine p)olico proclamation,
mnd hnad his clerik sign it while he
the Secretaryv of State) was in Char.
eston, as it is well known aull procla.
nationis aren hignied tihus: "B. Rt. Till
inan, Governor; by the Governor,
I. 10. Tinidall, Secretary of Stiate."
It isn not a mer e form, b~ut the sec
-otanry must sign his own ntamo and
dinx tine gtreat seal of the State to the
hocuminent issued. W hen tihe tak of c
l'ilhinuan's issuing his~ police proclnaa
ion ihi at begn o, Secretarny Tindadl
uxpressedi thte tst utnistakable dis
irpproval of the schnemeia, aund after thne
>roclameat ion was~ issuedl Secretary
L'indall stated to ant entirely respon-.
ible gentlemani in Charleston that he
nad given no one any perission to
ign his nnante, and thnat his chief
-lerk lhad been given explicit orders~
not to affix thne great seal of the State
xcept in lisa (thne se:cretaryv's) pres
tnee.
It is not wvonder-, therefore, thant
e~cretalry T1indall w-as amnaze~d to, read
hte pr-ochaunation in the News and
~ourter. withn huis owtn name ap~pended
Ve-rdlet hlendlered.
Darlingdon, S. C., A pril 5, via Flor
ine-Thne conroner's jury hans rendered
ts verdlict to ho0ld McLenidon for time
illing of Norin:ent, Catin for tihe kill.
ig of ReOchaond, atnd that Redtnottd
illed Peper. Tine ihtary' C.ttrt will
rat submliit its ro1;ort to Gov. Tiliman,
unt it is uindetstood to concurti as to
no facts as thney hnavo beeni publishied.
lie cor-oner- is now imakingrout thne
niitmitmienits for the two meon.
Nothing to DI)Ituh b the Quiet.
Dai r-ingtotn, S C., A priI 5, v-ia Flo~r
nce.-Theron- was absol0utely no inmci
it to-dauy -to dis-tunrb the peacoe of
to place. No omne thought of any
rther trouble anid everythning is fast
itting back inito the regular channel.
usiness, wicih lhas bee p(11 arayedI
neo last Friday, is being revived
ith the assurance that there is no
'ound for further appnrehetnsion. The
oops are making themnselves at home
d, but frthneir. guard duty, would
live nothing to do
Thne hearinug of the testimony be
>re coroner's iinqunest, wich begun
caterday morning, has beeni practi
ally ended. At B o'clock Coroner
Parnell adjounrned the court to uawait
urthner ord ers from Genu. Richnbourg.
Owo witniesses were al sent, hut a
uffieint numiber wvere examnined to
>ormit an intohiigent verdict. None
if the evidence w1ll be givein out until
he. conclusion pf the hnearing, when
t will be annnleod by tim c...urt
ie a'd treated with constant and
varable hospitality. It gives ne
easure to acknowledge this couroteou l
Latment, rendered even more hospi
ble and courteous undpr the cir- ym
instances. Through all of my ob- be.
rvations, oflicial and otherwise, du- be4
ig my stay here, I regard the good Ri
me of the citizens of the town and For
Air statements as to this trouble
it were previously published as be
absolutoly and completely vindi
ed."-News and Courier.
athern Eaplist Convention, Dalla, I
Texas, May 11-15, 1894.
It' affords us much pleasure to in
:e your attention to the superior
vantages of the Georgia Pacific
tilway, the Great Short Line, and
unequalled attractions for your
rney on the occasion of the South
n Baptist Ccnvention at Dallas.
,1 Georgia Pacific Railway from
Janta via Birmingham is the only
ie presenting choiee of three routes
% Birmingham, lemphis; Shreve
>rt and New Orleans. In addition
regular sevice in daily operation,
e Georgia Pacific contemplates spe
%I trains on this great occasion to
ost comfortably and expeditiously
ke care of our Baptist friends.
ingranis are now ready, and you
iould most certainly look out for
)ur own best interest by seeing or """
mmnunicating with any ticket agent
this line, or with one of the under
gned before closing your arrange- E
ents. Be sure you get the best. B
Robt. W. Hunt, Trav. Pass. Agent.,
.ugusta, Ga. Chas. L. Hopkins,
'rav. Pass. Agent. Charlotte, N. C. m
N. B.: You understand, of course, of
Lint the service returning homeward of
also best by this line.
onafederate VeteranW xecussiota, Blarmo
angiana, Ata., April 25a-, 1891. al
The Richmond & Danville Railroad d,
fnd the Georgia Pacific Railway will
tiake special reduced rate of one fare tc
or the round trip for all persoas at- S
ending tho Confederate Veterans' '.f
?eunion, at Birmingham, Ala., 25th t
lnd 26th of this month. This is go- tn
ng to be a great gathe ing of the tr
Id soldiers and their friends, and
be people of Birmingham are ex- di
iectiig many thousands to be in at
endance. The Richmond & Dan
ille and the Georgia Pacific are mak
Lg preparations to handle the veter
nm from all along the line in Vir
jinia, the Carolinas, Georgia, Alaba
ia anld Mississippi, and the low rate f
f one fair offered makes it wNithin
each of all to enjoy the great pleas- 1
res on that occasion. Ca1 on any o
cket agent of the lines named for er
ill iformation.
fhe Inspiration
OF ENTERPRISE.
Thuis store was nevier so) interesting~ as it -
ill be this week. Our namhds ha've d
rs~yed dullI )'easions. The lbusinless -ina
Iring oods abpounids-can not helit
maasnate Skill drives a double team
I our stock of Sumnmer lDress. Materials
>ve this. They are unralledl.
YOUR LIU813AND'8 DOLLAR:
An lincrese in the purenasing~ power of I
mur humsband's dollar is worthy of con
leration, ISN'T [T? a
h's worthy while reading what we have
say, whent by So doinmj you save your "
Many bargaians to arrive this week, con.
aMin g of Wool Uballies. Scotch Zephyrs,
.K's., D~ucks, Linenm Dutchess, Organdies,
ied 'n fact everything in ic Suumamer
Wool Challies 12) cents per yard, never
1d before for less thani 20 cents per yard.
ace Striped ainnt Plaid Zephyrs, the 50 -
e~nts qualhty for 20 cents. Linen D~utchess
)r 15i cents. Just as pretty asm a 50 cents Jo
'rgandlie. 20 yards for one dollar, the
est bargain of all.
What We Believe: <
wo
We believe in treatinir every visitor with ""
in the utmost conside'-ation, no matter pta
hether they buy or not. We balieve in _
a'erfully- exchanging gmods or refundin ""
eo purchase parice whent returned In goix
auition. \'e believe in adIvertising and
'ig exactly what we advertise to (dn.
me believe ini giving satisfactiona to our
astonwers, feeling that tthey are not only
eo best, but truest advertising mnedituus.
VEIIY TlIULY,
GIIEENVILLE, S. C.
Nuinanaons for' Relie.
1TATE 01F SOUTH CAROLINA,
PIcKENs CoUNTY.
CoUtRT oF PtoBDArE.
>hna WV. F. Thompson, R. M. Grant,
Robdt. A. Thompson, in) his~ owni
right and as administtrator of tihe
estate of Ranson Thompson, de
ceased, Plain tiff:,
against
uorge AlcD. Thompson, S. Francia
lIanmlton, Charles Neal, Silas M.
Neal, John WV. Neal, tile lheirs at
law of Abbie Dcan,dceased, names,
num~lbers and residlence unknown; If y
the hiors at lawv of Deampsev Thomp- pla<
50on, na1 lmes, numer an1RiSliid residen1ce
unknmown; th heirs att lawv of Re-yo
b~ecca Evatt., deceased, nlames, num.- not
he': andl residlence unknkuown, De- uan
fendattta
SumanmonsR for Relief. (Comnpl~a. t
not Served).
> the Detfendatntsq above named:
You aire he~reby~ suimmlfonled [and re
aired to am'swer the netition and
mplaint in this action, which is
nrewith filed in the Court of Pro. 7
to, at Pickens~ Court House, South
trolina, andi to) servo a copy of your I
swer- to the said petition and com-i
aiint on the subscriber, at his~ office
W halhla Court I louse, South Caro.
la, within twenty dlays after
e service hlereof, exclusive of the
Ly of such service; and if you fail to
swer thle petitionl and com) plaint
thin the time aftorid~t(, the Plain-0
fa in f is action will apply to the
murt for the relief demanded inl tile
tition and complaint.
Dated March 5, A. D. 1894.
Pickens Court H~ouse. di1
flonT. A. THoMvSON,
Plaintiffs' Attot noy
.J B. Niwnnny rmean *~ Mi
ographer. A strict guard has beeon or
mantained all day and none excepting., in
witnesses were allowed to approach pl
the court romin. tr
Last night the sixteen constables ta
were examined and were taken to cu
Coltiibia, except McLendon, who has se
been sent to Florence, pending the rii
verdict of the coloner's jury. While i
the evidence is noi given out, it is Lh
understood that it makes McLendon th
and Cain the principals. in
The inq uat over Henry Green, ca
colored, killed yesterday by Dr. 11. D.
Payne, was not held to-day. as the *
coroner was engaged.
Gen. Richbourg has orders to break
up camp tomorrow morning and leave
for home. The pay roll of the men ad
has been made up and allows $5,0010 i1H
to the forces here. Two constables .
came into town to-day. They were
not recognized by citizens, but as soon e
as the fact was reported to Gen.
Richbourg by Capt. Thompson they A
were taken into the country and start
ed for North Carolina. This was "
thoight best as a precautionary mueas. LU
nire. t
The embargo on the Western Union c
office at this place has not yet been c
raised. All telegi ams have to be n
submitted for iispection. A squad t
of imen guard the entrance to the
office. No news dispatches are re- 1
ceived. Y
Maj. Black, who took an inventory c
or the stock in the dispensary, reports 01
a shortage of $210.
The special committee that wento to
Columbia to confer with Gov.Tillman, A
rettitiod to-day and reported to a ,
meeting of citizens. They said that
neither had made any progriess and
it was finally decided to have the
coniuitte, Mayor Dargan and Gen.
Iichbourg, con fer aid telegraph Gov. C
I illman what they thought had better
be done.
There has been the very best of a
order on the streets. Everything is i
quiet aid people are anxious to get I
back to work. Gov. Tillman will t
meet the troops at Columbia and I
thank them in person for responding 1
to his call. Special thanks will be i
given Capt. Thompson and his com- <
mand, the Darlington Guards. t
Quiet at Llorence. I
Florence, S. C., April 5.----This wat
the last day of the military ocempa v
tion of this place and prelarations i
for breaking caip consumed the day.
Gen. Farley returned to town on he V
Carly i'morning train, having arranged
for the conveyonce of Constable Me
Lenit on, the man alleged to have oc- r
Ciasioued the trouble (if last Fridav
to Darlitgton. Col. N. G. Evans, z ti
Gen. le.,y's stafl, was detailed to fi
go t.) Tiinimonsville oi( conduct in
investigation of the wrecking of the P
dispensary thero.
Late in the afternoon the troops
wer-e marched1 out on dIress plaralde
and aifter having been inispected by
t he adjutant and inspector-gener-al , "
were addressned by himl. H-e comttpli- si
mlen tedc themii hiighly on their conduct I
anda~si 1 thait t he excellen t servic :ren- (A
dered by them wvould be prodtuctive lpr
of good to the State.
On tihe afternoon tiraimn Constables
McLendon and Meakin were briought Y'
to town, guarded byx a detatchment..SI
of miilitial. They3 were quai-tered at td
the hlotel until night-fail and wer-e hi
then remloved to the. iirm'oiv, where
they will spend the night. Tile troops
hlave beenl ordered to assenie to- a
morrow mnorninlg at 7.21), when they
will take the train fur Columbia an'd
their homnes.,
IEhuissed.
In dismaissing thle D~arlington coil- f
tigenit, (ov. 'Tilhnan said: (.
"I feel that it is imphlortant and b
ne~cessalry, and indleedI due, before
dhismissing you, that I should return;
in the namale of South Car-olina, thanks
for youri valuable semvices. Without
a1 mlom~ent's4 notice, without a mom- e
ent's hesitationi, you responded to the ti
call. WA hen1 you depar-ted for Darl- e
iigtonl the ideaf prevailed ill the ~
mlinids of some thlat you were goin~g c
there to shoot your- fellow citizAens. ii
No such thought ever enltered tlhe
miund of a sane min. You wer-e
order-ed there for- thle p~urpose of sup
press5inig disorder andI restoring law
to let those who had (done wrong be
dealt with by the civil cour-t and to
pr~eent, a molh-om doing moure-and -
to see that the laws must be obeyed.
You have been away from your famnil.
ies and I am glad to send you home- K
war-d with the be-nison and bht asing
of every lover- of order- andI peace. I1
Ihankc you, fellow citizens anld soldier-s,
for~ the valuable services you have
render-ed South (Carolina, and inl coin
clusion let ma say it is time for this
bi tterness and anlimiosi ty beitween
brethren to etase, and let us hen1ce
forth and foirever- be one--uited for
tho glor-y and honor- of South Caro
lina."-Augusta Chronicle.
(sien. tichbourgM Opinuon,.
Glen. Rlichbour-g was found at sup.
pe and1( was very much111 fatigued. Hie
very willingly miade the following
statement inl referce~ to) theo conidi
tion (of uairs as lie has found thema:
"a hen I alrrivedl h( re I found some
unrest, the people not knowing what
wouIld be dlone. WVhen they discovered T
I was in comimandi this unirest at on3Ce
vanished and thlings w"ere at once q
iiost quiet and( peaicefuil and even ap- c(
piarently cheer-ful. This condition of hi
affairs has conltin~ued without initerup- ha
tion during my entire stay heie, and1( C
I have had not the shightest clash ill at
any) respect. I attribute this enlir-ely pl
to the conservative trecatmient and the at
~eviet desire oIf all parities here that lii
law and~ order be mahintainedl. The thi
troops compjosing thle commlandI will di
fully bearti me out in this statement. nr
The position and statements made by wi
Mayor Dargan anid his assistanlt tii
prior to may arrival have been fully Ci
borne out by all that has come under pt
my observation officially and other
wise, F"romt my imlpressions of the
Bituation J see nO reason to doubt
that overything will- go on in a most
~eaceful aind uiet anner. We have
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Citation.
ITATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
J. B. NEWBERRY, Esquire,
Probate Judge.
Whereas, J. M. Stewart, C. C. P.
side suit to me, to grant hin letters
administration of the estate and
,ects of Ira T. I)per.
'I'hese are therefore to cite and ad
nisih all and singular the kindred
d creditora of the said Ira T. Roper,
ceased, that they be and appear
'fore me, in the Court of Probate,
be held at Pickens Court House,
C., on the 25th day of April next,
ter publient ion hereof, at II o'clock
the forenoon, to show cause, it
ey have any, why the said adminis
stion should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 12th
Ly of March, 1894, in the 118th
ar of our independence.
J. B. NEVBERRY, J. P., P. C.
inee County Cn s loner
PICKENS COUNTY.
Overseers of roads are hereby noti
d to put four (4) days work on the
blic roads, between now , and the
th of May. They will carefully
serve the law in regard to default
4, and return the names of all de
liters as required by law.
By order of the Botrd.
J. J. LEWIS, Clerk of Board.
PickensC, March 15. 1894.
it. MIURRAY. J. E. 11OGGS,
A n~ierson, S. C. P'ickene, S. C
URRAYv & nOG00s,
ATTOiRNE.s AT LAW,
P1IK ENS, S. C.
IL & WELDO)N,
D)ENTISTS,
Main Street. (2REiENVIL LE, S. C
ha gex a: ewery 'rh trada inad Friday, and
I. J. P'. CAnLISLE,
DENT 1sT,
coover Westmoreland liros & Duke's Drug
Store.
|ansltf G REEN VILL E, S. U.
C. FITZGERA 1.D,
PHiOTOGRIAPHJER,
GR1EENV'ILFE, s. C.
vor Westmioreland liro.'. D~rug Store. All
rk done by the instantianeous process. Also
ke enlargcements from old pictures to any
interpotgrasr, crayon, India ink, oil and
U.P
DOWN
and
SIDE
hat is the way 8LOAN'S 8EEDS
OW. If yott want the last varietics,
ou want the best quality, 8loan's is the
:e to buy. They nao not claim to sell
cheaper than anybodty else. They do
claim to keep everything, but they can
tlly get for you anything not in stock,
you can depend on what you buy of
SLOAN BROS.
Main St., GREENVILLE, S. C.
1E BEST OF EVERY
THING IN D)RUGS.
J. E. Sl1RRINE,
vil Eng ner and Surveyor
Greenville, 8. ('.
3pecial attention given to Sttb.
Ison of land, Terracing and esti
tion of Water Power. Office 881
din St., on r Felton's Book Store.
NUM BER
103
Main * Street,
GREENYILLE, S. C.
We are just now receiving
and SUMMER CLOTHING tlh
this season. We bought close a
can and will sell cheaper than an
you will be rewarded with the sil
Lowest Prices ever shown in the
FREE WITH EVERY BOY'c
SMITH & ]
LEADING CLOTHIERS
COL1M1II AND 6WVILUL,
Samuel Spencer, F. W. Hiuidekop ir and Reubin
Foster, Rcieivers.
Condensed Schedule in effect Dec. 24, 1893.
Trains run by 75th Meridian Time.
No. 11 No. 12
Daily STATION8. Daily.
7 15am........LIv. CharJfeiton, Ar....... 845pm
11 20an........ Colu mb..... ....4 15pm
1203pm........ Alston 330pm
12 l8pm........ "Pomaila "........ 3 14pm
12 35pm......" Prosprity "........ 2 5pin
1250pm........ Newberry "....... 239pm
l'i5pm........ Helena "........ 235pm
I 30pm........ .Chaippell's "........ I 56pm
2 18pmm......." Ninety Six "........ I 32pm
231pm...... . Greenwood "........1255pm
300pm........ . .lodge's. "........1235pm
3 20pm.... . Domiad' ........ 10pm i
335pm. " lionen Path .........23pnI
355pm..........Ar lilton Lv.......11 40pm
400pm..........Lv fielton Ar.......140pm
4 24pm............A nderson... . ... . 5pm
4 58pm............Pendleton ............1036pm
5 30pm...........A r Soneca Lv..... ...10 00pmI
550pm...........Lv Seneca Lv........ 9 4pm
6 2pm. Ar Walhallia lv... .. 90 m
6~1*ip .....r (ireevileiLe . . 5p. ~1m
Between Anderson, Belton and Greenville.
_______________Unily.
No.11 STA TIONS. No. 12
308pm.........Lv Anderson A r.........1207pm
3 40pm.........Ar ielton LV........... 1145pm
4 00pm...........Lv ielton Ar...........11 0pin
4 20pm........A r Williniston. Ar.......11 09pm
4 26pm.............lzer.............103pm
4 10pm.............Piedmont.... ......10 481m
I120pm .............Greenville............1015pm
Between Charleston. Columbia, AIston and
Spartanburg.
D111y.
N, .13. 'A ONS - No. NS.
7 15am........ Lv Charleton Ar........ 8.45pm
5 10am.........Lv Columbia Ar......... 100pm
550pm.........:...A sin.... . .... ...0pn
6 44pm.............Cirlisie. ........l6pm
6 53pim .............. SntuC... . . . ...11 I7pm
7 10pm...............Union ...........10 59pm.
7 30om.............oneville..........10.:;pm
7 3om............. 'n olet .............10.31pm '
U 10pm .Ar Sprtunhurg . . v......0 nm I
II 20pom...A r Asheville Lv............0a
lietween Newberry. Clinton andu Laurens.
D~aily Exeplt Sunidy.
1 "I:rn.'........(aa~'......l3,m
2 ::l om...........I()......21.,m
3.Wpm........ r(:l n .1 lsti
2 li........ aimnd.~tan.vi~e
No Ii STATIO\'.s No. 10.
3 .omLv I'oumbh A r........2 ' 4 in
S ap.........'a nhe 'f,............2 I'3p
3 Om .... (A bbve le L........2 h
No . TOS. No. 10
0.pm......Lv iloudge A r... ........ o
I 0pm...........Ih, :it art 's........... 'O;.g m
3 I0m ...A r A bbev ll... ...I 'i':im
No:. omm.vi .50 e . :
''4 10m...Lv (lodges A r......2.''-mpm
11.30am...Ar Savannah Lv......1020am
No... 13 and 14 aremsold tralnmshetween Charles
ton and Asheville.
Through conch botween Savannmah and Amahe
ville on I4 and 23.
Tramns leave Spartanbumrg, A. A tC. divirloni
northbound, 1.43 a. in., 5.05 p. m., 6.12 p. m. (Ves.
t ibuled limited ): south bound, 12.25 a. in.. 2651 p.
in., 11.37 a. m. (Vestihuled liomied); westbound,
WV. N. C. divisIon, 6.20 andl 3.10 p. in., for lien.
dersonvilie, Asheville and flot Springs.
Train, leave (reenville.S. C., A.A&C. division,
niorthmboundt, 12.4'2 a. mn., 4.00 p. mn., 5.23 m V'estibmul
ed limited): southbound, 1.20 a. in., 4.00 p. in.,
12.28 p. mn. (Vestibuled limIted).
Trains leave Seneca. A. A C. divisIon, north
boundi, 12.30 p. mn., 2.27 ,p. mn., anda4.10 p. mn.;
southbound. 2.32 a. mn., 5.35 p. mn. and 1.37 p. mn.
P'ullman Sleeper on 13 andt 11 bet ,, con Charles
ton and Asheville, via Columubla and Spartan
burg.
Pullman palace sleeping ear on trainus 35 and
30,3'7 and 38 on A. & C. dlIVIsIOn.
Gen'l Superintendentr, Coluimbia, S. C.
S. Ii. 11.ARDIWICK,
Asa't Glen'! Panss. A gt., A tlanta, Ga.
-W. Hi. GR EEN,
Gen'l Manager, Washington, D. C.
W. A. TURK.
Gen'tl Pass. A gent. Waahntn, D. C.
Trafic Manager. WashIngton, 1). C
Money to Loar:. -
On improved farm lands in sums of #300 and
upwards. Loansa repmynbile in sijmall unnual payI
meats through a peneud of six venas thus e na
bling the borrower to pauy off 1hm. Indebted ness
without exhausting hisa c op 1in any one year
A pply to ,J. E i1OGGS,A ttorne -,
janlyi -lpiekens., ' C
n
ti
PRICE 80 CENTS PEN mOTTLE.
WS0 if VALIASLE InUSIMATIO3 UfR~,
r 'IRE RIPAWSTAULSreamto the steotaieb, *
? iver and bowels1si y., obio, ae ldeas
ant to tae safe and a taYu1Ycal. lable
Chiro Diarrh _o beDa
moa Bea owc~Pom
ena oery arr Poo
iin--i . to0? tlI
ett nme bol
ane s
e.. ms
THE PLACE TO
GET YOUR
SPRING * SUIT.
the freshest stock of SPRING
at will be seen in Greenville
id at great advantage, We
ybody: Come in and see and
iht of the Finest Goods at the
market. A BALL and BAT
SUIT,
3RISTOW,
, GREENVILLE, S. 0,a
Amuel Spencer, F. W. Iuidekoper and Reubia
Foster, Receivers.
Atlanta 4 Charlotte Air-Line
Division.
Schedule In effect July 2nd, 1893,
Noytimsot'ND. No. 86 No. 121. No. tS
Eastemn Timit Dally. Daily. Duiiy
,V. Atlanta (E T) ...... 6.45pm 9 M0am I c(pm
Peachtee .......... ........ ........
"lelt Junt'tion ...........10 Iit u.
Goudm i's....... .. ........ I12tan:.
" Chaniblee .... .........I 0 Um .
" Doravitle........... ........ 1031am .
" Noreross ...... ...'23pm 10 81min .
Duluth .. .. ...........10 .arn.
Suwante.... .. . .......11 Oim.
Itufoid......... . ........ 113mm .
"Flowery Jiranch ..Ii 26 m.
S . .......... a.
" nineavilie. ......~ i'' I 4tiam 2
New Holland------- .1 50am
1" hite Sulphur.......... -1 60b'n
a.... ........ 8 44-m 12 12pm .
to id tolt ........... .... 141n.
Longview .......... ....... Ihpu s
Conea'-..'.......... 12 M-n .
Ar. bit Ai!y............ V t'5pm 12 42rn
Lv. Alt Aiy........... 9 (.5m 1 tym.
" A erhvaIe .......... ... ....1 20pm
"o 'TOccoa -.----- 9ti m 13r
iad . - ru - . ...... i(l'pm
" iarn --............ ....... l-1 .
"Mstnister--.-.......... 26.m.
lrbihan .........-........ II in
- Seainea................15. iA:6.m
t ao houn ...... .... ........ 3 1 0 , .
" enea. ............ l 3j.n 3 m ...
"(erssweal------.... ...1L3.i. 3tSpm 'M
" Gl . 4 . ............. ........ .m .
.'o..... ........... ....... 2pm .
" Thacketty --........ .......537pm
" uine.......... 125g'm 550pm I~)m
Groer--------........ 611.an .
"..........r..i.y...... .... .... 645j .
I-ts saan.............. ...4 7 35pn.
A r.a Chaltt.... .u.......50a 74 4in.m'
''i. alot....1...I25m 62(00 ' 9.186am
.....do................ ..... . 2lm.
li;emon......... ........i if227pmf
-ibsell............ ........ .
" mt eirer..y.............aa le(Jm.
" ackgs Luntai.... ....i..~ 6.l-m tm
" rover ................... 137pm
"Uksburgi ... ..tt~i...446 1.m.
lGas.ffner ..............2.9.m 2.7pm .
" Thce......... ........ 2.2pm .
" ICwPI8.............7 235pm .
"...fon......... .7 2.381.
"r li Spartnur...... 35um 3.00pm U~m
paranbug J ne. .. .... N.02 1mN.
"v FhairFores............... 13007pm .3
" lod........... ....... 312pm
" Duncma'.......... ......26pm.
" Grers............ ....... 38pm.
" areenvll..........2.28am 14.05pm a.
lierosswell....... ... .......4 2pm.
" Ensys................m143pm.
" Libery............. ......47Slm ." -
" Cffenta. ..... 175am 506pm '. ."
"ow Calo........... .......lpm.0p
" lifeoe........... ...... 54m''"
"Seanenr.............3.m 2pm"''
" ihlandst... ...... ...... 45m -'
"Westinerd...............55pm .""
" indrson.--..----..........0pm .
" ~ - -- . - - . . . i p ...
" Toccoa ... ,......8am 4.sj
Ayersvill.---........ 63..60 m .
.y.M..A.r..--------.......... 46 pm
Lioreyi....... ... ........ 7 20pm.
..n.v.. .............. l 2pm
Kellone......... ... ......43pm .
Lusa...............5Oam 502pm.
W1Ihtelphu..............5pm.
New Hoalnd....... ........ 35pm.
lIais...........34m.1p
eldison---......... ........23pm.
fordo ......6 114pm .
Suwce-... .. ..... .... ....8 pm .
Ault.h--r..----...... ........9.8y m.
N~orcrol.......... ........02pm .
Doelle......... ..9 4 mtfl
Cl.m.......:::::: 70pm.
rI lieant (p. Ti.........7m0 15pm4.m
Ntew esellly that.ta.n.. N..,.,870adpm
(Jlrnetweenlorm....l3amn A 1anta instea
flaeand's..an..A ent.w.l..g.v.al20p ub
cil oweryl liand have..new ..papsm . oa
1)ntinh..accod..cew.th. ur.ex.. ingadpm .
igoarrangens......9 2 m
r Atant (K 'I W.. 1A TURKmi~
*l Aru 't Gieon' Pars Ag't., Atlanta, iGta
Lulaana Atant . A.t wilOgie lON, b
inaragmnsprnednAlna.a
WV. A. TGRE,
Genras Mager, Washington, D3. 0.
SOL HAASK
Traerl Manager. Washin'gton, D.' D.
'!U ATLANTIC C0AST LIN~3 R
PASVENUER DEPARTMENT.
Wilmington, N. C., Jan. 14, 1893.
Fast Line between Charleston and C'olulabia '
uid Upper South Carolina and Western North
arolina and A thens and A tlanta. Condensed
sh:edulo:
ning Wesl. Going Rs
No. 52. STA TI.ONS. eo
F.0dam..v Charleston, 8. C., A r.. .4pa.
.40am........... a ..... .. . ,.7.Cop
I.53pm ........S m e -.--.. . 35 -
056am.A...r C.olumnbia Lv.,'.4.5
~.20pm... ...roserity.......... .1a
~.48pm............ew erry-............ 2.3p
.30pm............inton-----.........6m
.41 pm..........reenwood-..........4pi
. p .........A bbeville ....,..... 2.53
-4p...................nt.............. .gas
.20pm.... .....nWinboro
.30pm~.....'arlotte, N .......2g
*sps-...........Aerson.-.......1116ana
I1pm......... ..reytenvle-........10 ans
I 0m......... Satahug---.......0m
1pm..endersonville, N. C.----4748m
20nm.....Aheville, . C......... 66aa
wuallty. Nos. 52 nd 63 solid traisbtwieen
harlesto.'i and Colunbia, 8. C.
' 11. M. E M E RON, '
A sa't ('n') Pas.....A a~

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