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, 0KENS SENTINEL,
PICKENS C. If., S. C.
J. El. BoG0s & Co., Proprietors.
Eitered at Pickens Postofiee as Second Cl.a
Mfatter.
StlUSCR IPTION PRICE, 4.10 per Year itlvana,
bly In advance; for mix months, 70 "ien~ts.
Advertlsements Insorted at one dollar per sqinre
of one Inoh or less for the frst litit~ll tn~l
fifty cents for each siubsequent Itiairtoin. A
Jberal discount-tmade tO ums hats amd other
advertisln-sfri Ix nionthit or a year.
P SITiON AD1EItriSEM ENTS POsI.
TIVELY NOT TAKEN.
Obituary notleen exceedins five 1lne1- trilbutes
of respect, coinrnunlcatFns of a petilOInal
character, when admiusable, will be clftged
fOr as advortitoments
THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1891.
Agricultural 11a111 ('aae.
The farmers Agricultural Hall case
was a few days ago decided against
the State, as was predi2ted by Ti
SmmNEL in 1899. It will be remeni
bored that the hail Vas sold to one
X. W..Alexander who paid the cash;
portion of his bid, received a deed
therefor and pursuant to tho act al
lowing the sale by the State, under
took to anticipate payment of the
remainder of his purchaso in "Reve
nue Bond Scrip." This made the
governor mad, he declared the whole
thing a fraud and proceeded to oust
the purchaser. Suit Was promptly
filed in the United States Court for
the possession of the propert mand the
jury says tile State must give it up.
Mr. Traxler is occupying it as a
whole solo liquor house, for which it
is well adapted
The commissioners a p tp ointe( by
the governor, to s.t. off a poltion 01
Berkeley county to Chlarleston an1(d tc
order an election to deterine 1oll 11
n1ew site for the court holuse of said
county, are required to show cause
before supreme court on tile Oth,
why they should no be forever en1.
joined fron proceeding inl the alllitter.
The petitioners who are oppose I to
any change have presellted objections.
on constitutional groullds wiuelh ap,.
pear to be insurmouill! al le. Nothinig
short of anti amendmet to thIle fulda.
damental law clin clanlge countl Iy linie.
The coroner's jury ald tihe ilnitarv
court of inquiry charged tt) CoIl
stables with felonious iomicido in tile
killing of Normneni t, Ind Redmond.
There is ani applicltiol by the Ie.
foudants for bail. When ono citizel
shoots down alsithler unarmed andt
sitting still, is it a bailihlo ease?
When one is shot ill the back with
a Willchester riflo while innuernth
running from tile contlet, is it a1 bail
able case?~ Then McLendon and1.
Cain should be pr'ompitly discharged.
speech iln the Senato 01n thle taif bill
and inICOmeI tax, and1( it, prov~es tihat ali|
his former supporters said augain~sti
iPresident Cleveland wotuh l a ppl to
the doughty Seniator withl double
emphasis. However far Cleveland
may have fallen shiort of the expecta
tions of his frienids and~ sup1porters,
he is to day miuchl nearer inl line
with~ the latlformi of thle nationlal
democracy than Mr. Hill.
In a race between the Atlantic
Coast Line and the Richmlond & Dan.
ille from St. Augustine, Fla., to
Washington, the former wonl by a
little over an~ hour. It had1( 150 pas
sengers while tile B. & 1). hlad 206.
The latter was somnowhlat dlelayed at
('olumubia hookdng on1 an extra car- t.
accommodate its crowd. rTh1e record.
of tile Coast jineO was albout 21 hours.
This ii -racing wVorth tihe name, and1(
one too in wihich we dho not eare to
ride.
Tho conlservatives, to ai man1, iln
this county, 8scom to be of on1e mlind
on- politics, and that is to have abso
lutely nothmug to do with polities.
We trust they wvill all stick to this
resolution. But we must whisper a
word of cautionl into the ears of our
young men: Thera is a timoe comlling
when it will bo imuportanlt for you to
take sides; so if you aire going to ar
rive at your maijority this year, do
eome and r-egister.
We notice many 1newspalpers dio
not even make a feoble attempt to
oonfine themselves to tile facts as8
foundby the jury of inquest at Dar
hington, and endorsed by tihe military
court of inquiry. We wish to COml.
mend our reform contempor-aries iln
this county for giving the facts with.
* out trying to twist themn to fit any
Moiiay anl oldsoliei's heart will bo
sorrowed-to hear of the death of that
galant soldier', Gl-n. .1. B.Krsa
which occurred at Cam den on the
'f2th inst.' He wasf not oilly a soldier
and statesman,but a Christian gentb.,
main. F'ull of honors and good works
ho has been gathered to his fathers.
In his reassuring proclamration t<
the countl7 Governlo" Tillmnan stated
that thousands of citizens were armedl
with shot-guns to p~reserv'e the peace.
That could be done if necessary, but
theo fact, if it existed would not be
anach consolation to those who were
- rakl af further diaturanneo.
Many poitnicias and alleged s'ates
men are simply doing the dead shad
act.
Many alle-ged demourat-i should
put themselves under treatment for
desqu.uiit ive derntatetis. V
The Constitution, Jr., sent out eachti
week by the Atlantat Constitution is a j
gem ailong the Children.
The row at Darlington was a per
sonal matter at th start. It was
drug into politics to serve political
ends.
The Pollard- Brecrenridge breach I
of promise suit, for $50,000 mnd, d
last Saturday inl at verdict. for 815,0010
for the plaintiff.
The men who lare the greatest help
to any coimntiiiity, are those who
move into it, and mako the most. pos.
sible out of it for th(mil;emves.
Wo believed for t lIong time that
Governor Tillman would stay in the
democratic party to spite the State
niewspaper, but we were mistaken.
The republicaus won the prizos in
most of the elections last week. The
o'd .party may get so many victories
before November that it will be on
couraged to bob u) in South Car
Olina.
It, is gonerally accepted is a fact
that there are to be no more whiskey
spies. The conitables now wear
iheir badges whero they can be seen
id read by all men.
T'he radicals I the n ew First, Conl
gress.-ionlal District are orgamlzing to
take possession of the prizo awarded
to them1 by the last L gislature, to
wit it Imember to Congress.
Wo read the very ilne sketch of
Senator Patrick Walsi by E. B.
I0look, in tho Augusta ChronieO. It
is-i well merited, but it iaide us feel
like tit) Senator had pasesed over tile
river, inistead (if into Ohe Snato. E
A rule of tho llu- aO places a
fiile of $10.00 and cosits oil Congress
men Who arc absent at roll call, un- I
loss they have been excused. W hile
this rule is enforced there will bo no
comiijplainit about the z bsence of a
We learn from the News and Cou- s
ier that the Liesingltn Dispatch one
of the reform papers warts Gen. Rich
(
General oin the TPilhanai ticket for (
189-.1, and t his too inl spite of thie fact
that thie Genera0Ptl is an i: at i. s
Seniafo.r Z~eb) Vtince dtied tat htis resi- if
d(-ncei in W~ashiigton last F"riday fa
His (leathl was cauised by alppopjlexy.,
Thius ended a long, evoutful and suc-.t
etssfuil career-, as thle saying goes.
Th peopile of his State gave hiiin all
the hiono~rs hie asked for.
Crow.ed Oust Laist Wee.'
Enrira Si'NTaINr: We havo rcad a
your editorial ini latt wedek's issue of r
Tu'ia SE.N-r'xo, and if (over a p)icco wvas
written that hand the irighit ring to it r
at thie i ight time, that picce had it. v
You sir', rose ablove tall personauil I
prejudice uaid declared your positioni
in thie boldest language. In ho doing
you enideared yourself to every law- 1
abiding aund liberty-lovingC citije f
Soauth Carolina. ~ .- o
Tilman mw go higher, or ha miay
fall, the dispensary law may be r'e.
peauled or it miay stantd, but sir. aifter'
youi have 1boeen in you1r last r'estiing
')paco tor' mlany~ long yeasl', the chit
drieni yet to lbe biora, wvill stnd ever'
your gr'avo and readh oni yourat tomb i
he utame, Juliuts E. lBoggs, antd their
hear'ts will beat morwe ghldlyv, because 4
their State oncoe claimed1 yoau as her
cit izaen, antd be(cautso you loved your
gi a11d 01(1 Stato next to vounr 'God.
Of couirse, yourl position is no surt
prise to thoso who knuow~ yotu, bu
tih< re is but few men that, will dleclaro'
t.)enaselves s(o boldily a1s yon dlii.
Of couarse', ; oui knaw I have dilTheed
fr'om you itn pl)it ies fors'm tim Iio
ONM 'F aTas Boy's.
E~a!ey, S. C., A pril 10, 18-.
lzhir Vis1 it lac'ealdieunt.
Atmonig the calemrs t. the Whlite
Hlouase to day was RepresenItative
Izlar. Hie was acecoinaniced b~y
Repretsenittiiv( Slull, andc the two
South CJarolia cotgresstmen hiad a
pleasant cliat wit hi t hte prtesidlen t. It
wvas the first timoe Jutdge Iz.lar' met
the presicdent sinco lie biecame a Con
gressmanti, and1( there wa'ts anagri
able1 interchiange of courite4ies- The
pr'esidentit madto a frienadly inuquiry
ablout Judge Br'awley, and1( expressed
tho hopo1) that his jud~icial career will
besunccessfual. After exchianging mut
tual felicit ations thlte South1 Carolin.
innIs wiithedrew. In this contnetion
Cap1t. Shlell congratuilates himsel f up.
on1 haivinig hiad the hotnor of attend
ing Judge Iztlar wheutn hea first tookc
lin Petat utpon the Bench. Capt. Shell
was the. clerk of bin court, abio 0' cort
ing himi to the bar of the H ouse whlen
ho was~ sIworn i (as congressanaa~a, and
In ty in presenltinug to th e presidlen t
of the United States. Mess15. Izilari
and Shell are warm) frieund5. Judg
IzIar conitemrplattes takin~g up his resi.
donce in Chaurlet0m before the nedxt
(election comieS ar'ound.----News and
Courier.
The town cow is the origing~ in
mower.-Galveston Newge,.
Andk t the1 town council wanLa bicy.v
Tcaempa ini a Treapot.
[coMMuseATaIf.] -
o irms! to armsl our leader calls,
To atn t! to armvs! our chieftain cries d
rom every liaImlet, city, townl, A
Come, aId protect o0tr1 troble spies
i some swainythey are lying now i
A gallant, proud. chivalric band,
Viliout onie drop to comfort them
Brave kightsof fle Putinetto bratifd!
Lis trite their liatids are stained with blood
'1bey fired irat tile fatal shot.
'lot' iiurlderer inl the fight of God
With our Goverior it miattterE not,
le c(ills the troops, he hitis themn gof
Y t, IleI them not, this m1iani of war; C
31t, safely guarderd in 111k homne
"Smielleth the battle fLom afar."
e soldlers, oil to Darlitriton !
Al there let this your watchword be
rotectitton for those valiant ien, C
hI'lie "K''lihts of the Dllspensary I "
plhohl the hontor of your State,
SIoot citizeti ii need be.-, thci,
lree c(hees, ati ia blinid tiger give
Oar ILero, the immirtl Ilumif! !
lock 11111, t'. U., April 3, 1894.
ui conlscienice Is clear and his oxen are
fat;
f his naggon's well tarred, lie cares not a
(1rat;
'or alliance or Till'an, or war in the
Fust give him his breakfast and a good
load( of freiglit.
The Prohibitionilty.w
Now come the prohibitionists to
he front and make this call to South
'larolinianls:
Vo the citizensof South Carolina:
Whereas, the people of tho State
it the last, election didI with.1 the Conl
sent and opproval of both political
ract ionls, vote upon lithe question of
prohibition; that thec tunderstanding
>f agreenict to abide the result of
that vote was generally aceepted by
mi ost of our e'oplo and that in said
I
election prohibition received a largo
Imatijority of tho votes cast, thereby t
showing that prohibition of the liquor b
rauifr plain and simple was the do
a1d of the people of South Caro 1
And iher'eas the legislators of S
Ar' StatO chosen at the Smite election
vith the understan(ling as above set
orth (lid, cantirary to the demands of c
tie people, enact a law which, while f,
A, prohibited the citizen from selling C
a(lnor l made a mflonlopoly of the busi- b
iess for, in rtnd by the State.
Now, therefore, in order to carry
>ut the wishes of our people ts e
>res:;ed at the election LWO years ago ti
Md in order to heal the terrible (is
tension and strife in our State, in or I
ler that peace ard prosperity may c
primg u) under the benign influence
if prohibition, and in order that our
lople may once again bOComo a hap- |
y and united people, we, the State
?rhulibition Executive CoituiLtee, d)
1ereby request all Democratic voters
f the State who will sustain prohibi
ion in the Comning election to as
emnblo at thir respective county
eats on the first Monday in June
ext, and elect delegates doub'e the
mmlrnber of Representatives in the
kene'ral Assemlyh from said couny(
> ia State conivenitioni to b~e held in K
Sid( CcI onvetionl to take into con
(her-at ion theo best miiansg to remlove
oC 11quor)1 tri'ci from~f 0onr State, arnd
dcermed advisable to niominate a
Ii State ticket to be placed before
C) Democracy of the Slato for elc.
ni. Jii IE BauSoN, G<
J. P. GaIsoN,
Tros. J. LAo-r-r.,
Commnitte?.
Wantse Prohibition.
The following is the concluioni of
.i article w~ritten to the Baptist ('ou
or by the pastor of the Ba ptist
iurchi at Darlington:
"If the fatail arnd dep~lorable occur
en1ce, of which I harve tried to write
eith moderation and with pains tak-.
ng and accuracy, and the consequet
(Invu'lsion of society throughout the T
stato shal cause Liho chaniges inl the
>r'esent miethiods arnd perisonnfei of the T
LahuiniistraItion (If th( dispensary law,
limt are impljeratively dlemafndIe~d for
-ho sake of the peceiC and welfare of bi
lirt whiole people, and1( shall produce
I lrdical r'evisionf oIf the law so ars to a
;aLtis'fy thle moi'al senseS (If our people, P
>r shrall cause thre totail oblitionl (of the a
aw because (If its implracticablle naI
urio, then somei little compensirmation t
i-ill be gained for this heavy cost. of
leaIth anid social dlisorder' we have suf- a
(eree~l, ,1onNi? S'roUT.
D)arlington, S. C., Al ril 7.t
Dleclined~ tho Job.p
Darlington, A pril i l.---I r. George
31and was toeday offer'ed thre positioni
If dispemimy agenit in this pllace and
leclinued-. M r. Bland is one of the
'ery hest ci~tis of Darlington, a
nan of high principles rand r torling
nrtegrity andi woulild havo'( condulictod~
lie brsineCss ahinir'ably to the sartis
actioni of aill plarties. Mr. Yeldell is
till on the lookoutt for some1( suit able
merson fo' the place. --Tire Stau:e.
lo You Noe She Fa'vor?
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n
b
Thisis wat bcamoof the mani
thteodo buosc in, Iwic ..n J
No small objection which yo-tug
Alks had to the old-time spring-modi
nea was their iausousness. In our
ay, this objection is removed and w
.yer's Sarsaparilla, the most power- y
A and popular of blood-purifierb,ji b
j pleasant to tie palate as i c4)rlial. b
Healed i1ids
Vill be received by the county com
uissionors until the 7th day of May
ext, for the purchase of the old
Ourt house. Bids will be received
eparately for all the timber, sash
nd doors, for the iron steps and for
11 the brick Bids will also be re
eived for ihe house entire, all the
aaterial to be removed by such time
8 the commissioners may decide up
1n. Commuissionors reserve the right
L) reject any id all bids. If satis
actory bids are not received for the
>uilding as above inentioned, the
milding will be sold to the highest
idder, on a credit until Deceminber
aBt next, purchaser to give good so
urity for the purchase money.
By order of the Board.
J. J. LEWIS, Clerk of Board.
She Inspiration
OF ENTERPRISE.
This store was never so interesting as it
dll be this week. Our mietho(s have de
iroyed dull scasons. The business in
lar)1'1g Goods abounds-cannot help it
,onsumate Skill drives a double team.
LiI our stock of Summer Dress Alaterials
rove this. They arc unrivalled.
YOUR HlUSBAND'S DOLLAR:
An increase. in the purchasing power of
our husband's dollar is woi thy of con
Iderallon, ISN'T IT?
It's worthy while reading what we have
) say, whent by so doing you save your
ushand'a dollar, ISN'T IT ?
Many 'bargains to arrive (his week, con
isin of Wool Challies, Scotch Zephyrs,
'. K's., Ducks, Linen Dutchess, Orgaudies, I
nd in fact everything in nite Suimer {
laterisi.
Wool Challies 12} cents pcr yard, never
Ad before for less than 20 cents per yard.
ace Striped and Plaid Zephyrs, the 50 i
enis quality for 20 cents. Linen Dutchess t
)r 15 cents. Just as pretty as a 50 cents
rgandie. 20 yards for one dollar, the
est bargain of all.
What We Believe:
We believe in treating every visitor witi
IC the utmost consideration, no matter
'ie1hor they buy or not. We believe in
werfully exchanging goods or refundin
le purchase price when returned in good
utdition. We believe in advertising and
)ng exactly whut, we advertise to do. f
?o believe in giving satisfaction to our
istouers, feeling that they are not .only
it best, but truest adveriising mediums.
VERY TRULY,
ONE: &
GREENVILLE, S. 0.
msnuamous for Relief.
1TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
PoUKEs CouZrrY.
COURT OF PROBATE.
hni W. F. Thompson, R. M. Grant,
Robt. A. Thomlpson), in) his own l
right and as administrator of the
estate of Ranson Thompson, do
eensed, Plaintiffi,
against
iorge McD. Thompson, S. Francis te(
llamaiton, Charles Neal, Sdlas M. -
Neal, John WV. Neal, the heirs at
law of A bhie Dean, deceased, niames,
ntumbers and residence unknown;-o
the heirs at law of Dempsey Thomp
son, names, numbers and residence
unknown; the heirs at law of Re
becca Evatt, deceased, names, num
her- and residence unknown, De-"
fendants.
Summons forRelief. (Complaint
not Served).
the Defendants above named: i
You are hereby summoned and re-~h
uired to aniswer the notition and
implaint in this action, which is
rewith filed in the Court of Pho
ite, at Pickens Court House, So ith
arolina, and to serve a copy of your
lswer to the said petition and comn
aint on the subscriber, at his ofiee
W alhalla Court lotuse, South Cairo.
n, within twenty days after
ie servico hereof, exclusive of the
ty of such service; and if you fail to
aswer the petition andl complaint
ithitn the time aforesaid, the Plain
sin this alction) will appIly to the
our-t for the relief demndelrd in the
'tdition and1( compliaint.
Dated March 5, A. 1). 1894.
Pickens Court House.
RonT. A. TroMisoN,
Plaintiffs' Atto nev.
J. B. Nawwnwnny, [Seni)
J udge Probate,Pickens Count.
Neuralgia
ATTACKS THE EYES *'
If
Makes pl1
/ THlE LIGHT y
-Unbearable. "I
.- us
- PERMANENTL.Y CURED a~
A&yer's Pills
"~My husband was subject to severe
ttacks of neuralgiat which caused himno
rent pain andi suffering. The pains 0O
tere principally about IRIS eyes, and he o*
ften had to remain in a darkenedt room, O
ot being able to stand the light. Ayer's 0
'ils beinig recommended, lie tried them, 0
sing one before each meal. They very o
aon afforded relief, followed by' pernma- 0
ent cure. I am a strong believer in the 0
iceacy of Ayer's Pills. and would not 00
s without them for ten times their 0
>st."-Mrs. M. E. D)unAr, Liberty, Tex.0
"I have used Ayer's Pills in my family ~0
r forty years, amtd regard themt as the
3ry best-Unclo sfAwRTN II ANCOcN,
mike City, Fla.
AYER'S PILLS~
Received Hilghest'Awards
AT THE WORLD'S FAMR 0m
Ja
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You can easily do it, if yon will kee
mur stomach, the hboratory of yotar botl
good order. ner's Dyspepsla iened
ill to this. wI Il build yotr tip 1nd gih
)u good health. It stands atlolio As ti:
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, cured-enjoy gooIlhealth and be happ3
ook free to all. Price 50c per bottli
or sale by druggists.
This is a beautiful bock and at th
samne tie one of the 1ost useful
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Citation.
-STATE OF SOUTH CAfROLIN)
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
3y J. B. NEWBERRY, Esquire,
Probate Judg
Whereas, J. M. Stewart, C. C. I
nado suit to me, to grant him lettel
>f administration of the estate an
ffects of Ira T. Roper.
These are therefore to cite and a<
nonish all and singular tie kiudre
ad oreditors of the said Ira T. Rope
leceased, that they be and appec
>eforo me, in the Court of Probat
o be held at Pickens Court Hous
3. C., on the 25th day of April ne
fter publication hereof, at 11 o'clo<
n the forenoon, to show cause,
hey have any, why the said admini
ration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 121
lay of March, 1894, in the 1181
ear of our independence.
J. B. NEWBERRY, J. P., P. 4
Mile County Coinanassione
PICKENS COUNTY.
Overseers of roads are hereby not
ted to put four (4) days work on tii
ublic roads, between now and th
5th of May. They will carofull
bserve the law in regard to defaul
r. and return the names of all d
.ulters as required by law.
By order of t'm Btnrd.
J. J. LEW[S, Clerk of Board.
Pickens, March 15, 1894.
I. MURRAY. J. E. 110oGS,
An'Iersona, 8. C. Pickens, S.
1UiNR'IY & HOGUS,
ATTrORNEYS AT LAw,
PICx ENs' s.
ILL'~& wELJIoN,
D)ENT ISTS,
Nkln Stroat. GIR EENV IJL LE, S. (
th extracted wttl ut a, nd. rdaa
R. J. P. CA RLISLE,
D)EN TIST,
ce over westmioreland Bros & Duke's Dru
store.
tiS~tfUREENVILLE, s. tU.
C. FITZGERALD,
PHlOTOGRA PIKER
GREENVILLE, S. C.
D~vet westmoreland Broa'. Drug Store. A
rk dono by the instantaneous process. A k
Lke' enlargomeonts fromi old pictures to ar
iC ho gatracoors, eray'on, India ink, oil ar
DOWN
and
SIDE
That is the way SL4OAN'S3 SEED:
[OW. if you want the best varlitc
you- want the behst quality, Sloan's in th
toe to buy. They 0o not claim to ael
u cheaper than anybody elsme. They di
iclaim to keep everything, but they cal
aly get for y'ou any'thing not in stock
d yon can dlepend on what you buy o
"fm.
SLOAN BROS.
Main St., GREENVILLE,. 8. C
BIE .BEST OF EVERY.
THING. IN DRUGS.
J. E. SIERUINE,
Lvil Eng ner and Surveyor
Oreeinville, 8, C,~
Special attention given to Sub
'sion of land, Terracing and esti
tion of Water Powver. Office 88i
tin St., OV( I Felton's Book Store.
a24 $3ImiO
'ITT
NUMBER
y.
103
Main x Street,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
l.
i We are just now receivin
a and SUMMER CLOTHING
this season, W e bought close
can and will sell cheaper than
f You Will be rewarded with the
y Lowest Prices ever shown in th
n FREE WITH EVERY BO
SMITH' &
LEADING CLOTHIER
p
COLUMBIA AND Q91NVILLU
Samuel Spencer, F. W. Huidecolp ir and Iteubin
- Foster, Receivers.
. Condensed Schedule in effect Dee. 24, 1893.
'8 Trains run by 75th Meridian Tihe.
d No.11 No. 12
Dhuily STATIONS. Daily.
. 7 15tla . . .CI h eston, r. 8 45p n
1I20ai ........ " Coin nbia. " ... .... 4 15pmi
d 1203pm........ " I Alston "........ 3 30pn
12 18pm.,..... Pomari " ........ 3 14pm
12 35pm. " Pros Ity."......... 55m))k
L 1250pm........ "New berry " ........ 30pm
12 5ipm........" lielen .........I )3pm
D, 1310pm)........ " Chappell' . .... 1 56pmn
S218pm........" Ninety Six "........ I 32pm
* p37m...... . Greelnwood "........12 65pin
3 00pin........ lilodge's ......... 112pm
k 3 0: ... . Donniid- " ........ P! lepin
3 35pm. ......." liona Path "........2 03)n
if 3 55pm..........Ar ielton Lv..........I 40pm
4 00pm..........l1v Belton Ar..........1 40pm
' 4 24pm ............A iderson... . ...... 1115pin
4 58pm ............Pendleton ............10 361)m
5 5 30pin............\r Seneen Lv..... .. 10 001p1i
5 50pin...........Lv Seiniera Lv.......... 9 45pn
S 2 .........Ar Waihala lv.... ...9 005m
6 15pmn ........Ar -renvi 1 .. .0 .I5n
B Hetween Anderson. lelton antd Greenvillo.
D 1:aily.
A 1STATfONS. N o. 12
L' 3 08pm.........Lv Andersion Ar......... tylpni
3 40pm ............ r llelton Iv ........... 1 45pni
4 00pm...........L v 1ilton- Ar........... 1 30prt
4 20pm........A r WIlliamston. A r......11 0pin
4 20pm................Peler..............1 I 13pn
4 40pm.............ledmont... .... ....10 48p
I I1 20pm:..........Greenville_..........10 15pil
0 ietweon Charleston, Coiunmbia, Ahston and
Spartanui rg.
ia!y.
13o. . S' TIONS. N0. i
3- 7 iam........ Lv 'harle ton Ar........ 8..ipm
f 0am.........Lv Columbia Ar......... 1.I0pa
6 50pn............A ston..... ........12.20pu
61pm............Crli1... . ...I I 26ln
653pn............ Santu- . ... .11 17pn
7 10p.m ............... Union .......... 10 50pm
7 30pmi............J onlesville. .... .. ......10.%7pm
., 7 43pmn ....,........ Pateel ....... ...... ;' .,ip r
-8 10pm.... r Spartiniuri: 1....... 10.ilan
11 20pin ..... r rheviIle Lv........ 0 50n!
Between Newberry. Clinton and Laurens,
Il aily Ex~cept Sunday.
No. I5. S-iIn~51 .~~~ No. 16
11 20am........I~ (olumbhia Ar... 4l5p~n
l'00pmn. . .......Newberry...............0p
I 1pm .........0obville............I 35nmr
2 15am.... . . ... Cr i rno ............11 101am
Jietwe en lldges and Alhheville.
No. II. fi'~tIId ;- No. IC
.305pm... . ....-L Hodi4ges Ar......... 255pm
9 25pm.. ........ Darah'............2 35pir
3 40pm...Ar Abbheville Lv...... 220pm'
NO.49- N o. 12a
1 1240pmi....Lv Ilodges Ar......12 fpir
1 010pm..... .....Diraugh's .... .. .....1 Opar
115pm.-_..._A r A bbeville LV... 11.50amv
Connections via South-.hound i'ailroatd.
-___________D___laily.
No.38. N6. St
6.45am.....Lv Columbia A r......2.40pmn
ll.130am....Ar Savannah Lv... .10.20am
Nos. 13 and 14 are solid trains between Charles
ton and AshevIlle.
Through coneh between Savannah and Ashe.
yille on 14 and 13.
Tramns leave Spartanburg, A. & C. division
nlorthboundi, 1.43 a. mi., 5.05 p. n':., 6.12p. m. (Ves
mn., 11.37 a. m. (Vestlbuleti limnited); westbound
W. N. .2. divisIon, 0.20) and 3.10 p. mn., for lien
dersonvillo, A sheville anid riot Springa.
ij Trains leave Greenville, .9. (C., A . & C. dIvision
0 northbound, 12.42 a. mt., 4.00 p. mt., 5.23 (VestIbul
yed limited); southbound, 1.20 a. mn., 4.00 p. mn.
d 2.28 p. m. (Vestibuled lImited).
Traina leave Seneen, A. & C. division, north
bound, 11.30 p. mn., 2.27 p. mi., anml 4.10 p. mn.
aouthbound..t2 a. mt., 5.3 p. m., and 1.37 p.m.
Pullman Sleeper on 23 and 141 het., een Ch aries
ton and AshievilleI, vIa Coliitbia amid .Spartan
bu rg.
Pullman palace sleeping car on tralma 35'and
36,37 and 38 on A. & C. dIiv.iion.
V. E. MflIEE,
Gen'l Superintenident, Columbia, S. C.
S. II. IIARDIWICK,
Ass't G;en'l P'ass. Agt., Atlantn, Ga.
WV. II. 011 l'EN,
Gen'l Manngber, Washington, D). C.
WA. A. TUR1IK,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Washingtoni, 1). C.
Trail Manager. WashIngton, D. 0
]Yl3z.e t.o Lon I.
On imiprovedc farni land i in smins of $300 and
upwardls. Loamns repi yable in small anmnumal p~ay
mecnt~s throa ugha a per od of six years thaus ena
bhing the bot rower t~o joay off his im chhtediness
without exhmatuing h'is crop in ainy o-a year
A pply to J1. E lIOUGS, Atitorney,
janm4yl Piens. S.'
1 EOK OF boALUA E RMTOsFRE
RE 0 BAENT BOTTLE.T
R4D***** SALE BY.DRUGG.O *.)
t IC ip fIPANS TAIIULES. remo lato the stomach,
l iver and boweluzurify the blood, are plea*
ant to take, afe andi awa sfrootual. rA bIe
Irmehto lliousness rl0ohe ~fS~tetto,
Chronic DlarheaUhro I AWe'r Troube ia
betes, isoarered hitomsach, Dlxslneoa, Dysentery,
I)yqe.dEczomaa Flatulenc Femalo Comn.
pIa , u hDraat Headache, cartburn,Ive,
Jaunadhco, Kidney atint., Iver Toulose,
Lossi of Ap ti en DepauDgs
Nettle I - -'- ' l s
tion 1'hmats Itush of Blod
tot e Iea Sailow Com-t
oad crof. ula,8 Nejiad
chmOSkin Di. eaaOsBoUn
Stomach Tired FoolingTrie
Liver, le ae
.t an veryot e y 4t
or isasoA tht ... ...t. r e stifrom
imapure blood er a failure in the- rformt
aneo of theIr funetrtns -y the ac fiter and
ai ins esosie to over-eatln ben
en by1) tagoe ibulo after each inal. A
contidn s te Rhipana Tbules mt e surest
enre- for obstinate consti on. They con
nothing1 thtat can be inju rle. to- the moat el-.
ct.Igres 69, 1-4 roed $1.. 3-4gre o,
1-6 re 15Icent. c i
THE PLACE TO
GET YOUR
SPRING * SUIT,
g the freshest stock of SPRINO
that will be seen in Greenville
and at great advantage, We
mybody. Come in and see and
sight of the Finest Goods at the
e market. A BALL and 5AT
S SUIT,
BRISTOW,
3, GREENVILLE, S. 04
THlE RICHiMOND a DAINVILL*1 I
Samuel Spencer, F. W. Iuidekoper and Renbit
Foster, Receivers.
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
DiviS1 o.
Schedule in effect July 2nd, 1893..
Nonvnnotivle. 14o. 30 No. 921. No*38
Eastern Ti '. Dally. Daily. Daily
LvY. Atlanta (ET) ...... 6.45pm 9 inam I CCSAs
" Peachtree ............... ................
" Belt Junction ... ........10im ........
" Goodwin's................-m .
" Chambleo.... ............10 28m.
t Doraville........... ........ 10 31mm .......
" Norcross ...... ....7p3pm 10 39am ...,.,,,
SDilt. ...... 10 a .... ..
" Kuwance........ ..... 11 Olam ...
Iuford.......... . ........ It m ..
" Flowery iranch . I 26am
" F delil' .. .... ... ',','.... 11 33am
Gainesvile- 8 . .'80pm 11 46am 222p
" New.lolland - - 11am
White Sulphur............ .' ()200nn.
Luat ........... . 40pm 12 12pa .
lellton ........... ........ 12 14pur
Longyfew .................12 28pm
Cornelia .......... ........ 12 38pm
A r. Mt Airy.......... L9 pm V 42pn.
Lv. Mt Air 9 05pm 1W0pm
Ayrvl-.-. ... .... 1 20pm
" 'l-occo.-----..-. 9 27pm 1 ..pm.
Folsom ..... ...... ........I .p .
"4 Madison.................. 20pm .
liarbilmn..............
S estininster .... . 2 2 - -
lichland ........... .......'2 m 1 .
Seneca .............. 10 15pm 4 48pm.
Heowee ......... .........25 pth.
Calhoun ........... ........ 300pm
Contral........... 10 37pm 305pm @4 33p=
Libelty ..... ...... ....... 319pm.
'l:ileys ....... ... IIpm 3 32pm
"Crossawell'---...... ........ 34Zpm
" Greenville.........11 2spmn 4 65pna -*p
S'laylor',;.........--......... 42.p
Greers -.---..-..--.........4 34-m .
I n a ------ .... 4 40pm .
" ellford-.--.--.......... 447j.m
" air F"oreit ..... .... .... ... 5 00,m
" partanbuzrg .13n'c. ........ 04pm.
Sartaniburg..12 tam 506pm66i2a
" Cwen---........ .....::
'lBlacksburg...... 691am I Oipm ie
Grover'------- .....Gap m
"King.'s Siountalin.....;.-.,...63pm.
"Heissemner City...... .... ... 6 m -m
"(Gastonia..... ......1 53am 7 ma
SLowell...... ...... ........ 712pm.
nonement.n......... ........ 7 22p
todlo............ .... ..... 7:m.m
A r. Chrlote ......2 30am 7 4bpm lp
SOUTHIEOUND. Daily. Daily. Daily
L. (Chariotte.........I25pm 1200 'a 31m
Lodo -.---.......... .......12 l4m -
lienemesnt. ... ....12 nym .
1.owcn.......l..... .37pm .
"Gastonia.........12.02m 1250pm.
lessemer City---... ........ O07pm.
"Rinig's MountaiD .. ........ .1pm.
*arover.-................. .37pm..
Itlacksbhuig.1.... 2.44m 1.47pm l4a
Gaff'ndys.......... 2 59am 2.67pm.
"lThicketty........ ........22pm .
Cowp ns......... ........3pm .
"Clifton.-......... .. .... 2p.38
Spartanburg..... ....00pm5lm 3.00p
p:iartanburgJune...:......02pm.
FarFrs--... --..307pm
Wellford.---....... ...... 0pm.
Dunans -........... 326pm
G.reers -.......... ........ 336pm ."'''
'1ayior-a.......... ........ .5pm ---
enle.........28am 406pym '2U
Crosherty ....... ... ..... 0 p m, . ---
"enal.. .... ..... 3 1am 4506pm'
"Calhoun................ OO5pm.
"Keowee........... ...... 524pm ' - -.
' .imca ....... 3.4Oam 529pm ." --
' Ri...-b..and............ .........5m -
"Westminseter'......... 5 5pm '''"
"id''''''''''''...'''''''-..60pm.
"Folsom.----.---.----.......2 pm .
'Iq. '--o---.----.--......... 11lpm .
"~ Ayeravilile- ---- 4.26am 626pm .
Ar Mt. Airy.'---------........ 638pm.
L......A..'-'---.--..........4pm.
" Heilton '' '.72p
Lu---------...........7pm .
..---.--..... 53am~ 7.O m.
White Sulphur...--...7752pm .
" wh ---im.---........80pm.
" Otte svlllo........ 4m 8.i1pm'3.3~m
"OFloe~Ia'nc.........'''''''0p '''
ht ---- --.-.-.......... .
Sutwaneo-..... ............. 5pm .
' Duluth...........-7 m
Chamee-.---.......-.....
ilt Jucir.------.......9.a
Note especially that trains Nos. 15, 16, 17 and 1I.
will run between Cornm lif and Adants i utead
'fuLla- and A tlan t'a. A gent's will give all' p6
Ity possible and have newqpapera make Iog1l
n ention in accordance with our exiating mdfer.
sling arrangements.
Gen'l Pass. Agt.,W hngoD..
l.H. A ARDWIdK,
Ass'tS Gn'l Pas. Ag~'t.,Atanta,'Ga..
Superiitendent A tlanta, Os'.
General Maaget-, W~ashidgton, b. 0,
Traflo 1ianager Washington, Db. 9..
THE ATLANTIOCOAST LINI 13
Wilmington, N. C., Jan..14, 1893..
Fast Line between Charleston and Columbi~
and Upper South Carolitta and liesfor n .
Cairolina and' Athena and Atlanta. Coendn..
Schledule:
Going West. 00o45 East
*No. 62. - STATIONS. *No.5IS
7.00am... L Charleston, 8. 0.,, Ar...pms
8.40am.......r...... nes. .....- . .0pn
9.53am............. um ter.... .... ...5.pm
ii 05am....r Columbia Li.....44.pm
12.29pin...........Prosperity......... 3 p
12.43pm.........Newhberry......... .p
1.80pm........... ton.......... 6
2.4lpm..........Greenwood.........12
3.14pm...........Abbeville ..........12.
5.68pm...........Aens-....-.....0.
7.45pm.-...Al nta--.... ....... 73a
6.20pm.........;nnboro...........
.8.30pm.........Charlotte, N. C......... . -
4 4p.... ..Anderson.........i Nm
010pm...........eer ille,..........5m *
8 p..... partanburg...... ..-..0 0
10. Im... lendersonvill,, N. C. ... 7 a
11 20pm..A sh...Aehile, I. .,.... ... 5OO
''Laily. Noe i4anid solid trains betwees
Charleston and Columbia, S. 0.
H1. M. ENERSON,
Ase't Gen'l Passen or A gest.
J. R. K NLY, T. M. EERBO ,.0
Oen'l Manager. Traffic Managsp

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