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PICKENS SENTINEL,
PICK HNS C. It., S. C.
Jr E. BouMS & CO., Proprietors.
ghtered at Pickens Postoiclle as Second Class t
Mtte-r,
iUbISCR TPTION PlCE, $1.b0 per Year Itvaria
bly in advance; for six urionths, 75 cents.
Adveitisoments insertedt at one ollarper qunre
of one Inch or loss for the first iisertion and
fifty cents for each ttsubse(ilent Intrfti.- A
liberal disciumit nande to iner.haItit aInd other
advertislit for six nonths tar a year.
I PosIT&ON ADVERTI-SlENTS Pos%.
fIVo.Y Not .\EN
Oifruary notices exceedini g fnve lities, tribrates
o- respect, coinmintioent los of it persons
character, when aitissIable, will be charged
f6Fa6 adveritdenents
TIIURSIDAY, APRIL 20, 1894.
Paternaallamn.
"Paternalism run lmla(1" i1 the
unique brand stamped on thn sub
ti-easury plan by Gov. Tillman; and
who knows- but what that stamip was
the cause of the anhject being so
offectually pigeon-holed in- this State?
Anything in our government that
mnaeks of paternalism is pernicious.
It stiflies individLality and ilIdep)ied
ece-of thought and action by putting
commuities in pens and placitig over
them- captains and generals, whose
only object is to teach tleir subjects
to keep tie step. There was a time
when one per cent of the population
of the United States couhl and did
serve the people in the mtter of at.
tending to governmental iffairs, but
now it takes about five per cent.. an(1
if th'e evil tendency goes on it Will
soon requira fifty per cent.
Soith Carolina has htad an expeii
,ence that teaches niy valt~llhle les
sons in assuming control of the
liquor business. If it should go o
its Ultimionll would be only ai ciaige'
in the forco of 1.111d, amid ,nppiig a
thousand heads for one.
There is a strong tenlency to as
Rumo entire control of theeducational
interests eof the citizen. Puoplo who
are lucky in getting oflices for them.
oselves and theit'r Bu1n" aid nephews,
want more public oflice! for the'ir
uncles, aunts and Cousins. If this
Rentiment prevaila and mut b, ac
comodated, thG fimlo will come whenl
the infant citizen will be rocked ill a
government cradle, balptAzd in a g0V.
ernment church and, finally, buried
from the poor farau in a govt-rnmliLlit
coffin;
In towns an1d cities of greal wealth <
and poplillitiotI, it is good to have C
free schools. The %'ie an1d erime i
they prevent in carrying civization I
and cheer into the l)oorest homes is a c
good thin,, l1urchased at less cost to (
hs~6 'tfx payers thant the expenUs" 'i f
out-breakcs that may thuis be avoided.
City freq schools are all -right, but
they are all wrong if they are allowed
to Bupplanlt enltir21y all p~rivte enter1
priso in the way of schools. It is
but a short sitep fromt time publbe con
trol of theo brain to the c'ontr'ol of the
conscience If the State is to kell us
w~ha-t and)( how to learn, why~ not hiave
a State-paid priesthmood to tell us how
to pray and wvhat to pray' for', and
w~hat and who to vote for?
Two mills and a poll1 tax is enmough
to take from a lax burdenr'd and over
governed people of any country (di+
trict to educate those w ho cannot
educteC thiemislves. We uneed a few
teachers elected to the high and re
sp)onsible position by aictual parenOlts,
who ill put their own hard-earned
dollars on the old-time articles, in
.iicad of being elected or' rat her pewr
mitled to teach by publhic trustees,
who get no pay mand less thanks for
their service.
JTust thinlk wihaf kind (of at (1hvarf
could be hiiredi withi evenm a four mills
xon a Pickens Court iouse is
tict fiveo miles square. Nothing short
of ten mnilhewould give anything lik~e
a competency to a mian) of the charae.
ter and brains uneeded. for the place.
This would make our tax over thirty
mills, and then where would we get
the mnoney to erect ain aidequaite buil.
ing and putrchase ai base )11 ba ll campus
for the boys? D~o not confiscalte our
pr'operty for the goodl of ~ themnu-u
nity', unlless you cani find a J1os.-ph
who will keep'T the wveevmls of out t hi
corn. If we a ta In' eoneh fo. uher
t'ared, we wi-l deand a kitheg with,
of $50(. 00 peri untib, butt ln ib- -l ebhoo'
tfi~'-u ttPL. find teneht -s atI $25 00.
and less perOt mon tth. Somet people
will wvant trustees5 after awhile to look
after their wvashing and itroning.
Away with such goeeet A-wa
with paiternnam inl eVIry foril t
u~s be a free, self reiant, in~depenidet
poople; Let' those whlo wisth'~tk-dovete
their pr'oper1ty to puiblic u-se move on
a, mtountain, incor'por'ate it and tax it
till it i-s as-le.; el andibarren ais Rahara.
There aro some) cotnunuities and
collmtry villages whielh would like to
retain their pro)per'ty and their clil
dren and be allowed to usne their dlis.
eretion in educating Bmd - training
--their offspring. Thley ought to be
* alowe'd this altl privilege.
So, do not govern-us any more; do
not make any more laws-they are
sur'e to beget exponsive offlees, aund'
thos~e increaseo the taxes. If thero
vero no taxes we could inak', out with
Oven cents cotton. Wo atro glad t4
ive local solf.government, but local
axation, wher3 there ire no corIpoaa.
ions to Saddle it oil, is an- ovor-grown
uisance. To ) many people are ready
o say: --Is the corn shelled?" "No."
'Well, drive on your cart."
Tle Rerona Movenhent.
"Our anti friends havo expressed
hemselves on divers Ocasi0on11 as be
rig pleased with the prospaet of an
mrly dissoluiion ot the reform move
mnent in this State. They base their
upillol on the fact that the leaders
aire wrangling alliong theiuiselves for
the best seits in the sVniagogue.
This of itself can d-) no harm and is
the case inl every faction of every po.
liticid party. It is the sign of a
heatlthy and vigorous condition of the
Iovenilnt, n114 sllows that there is
life amud kpirit ill the cause, and a
high a111d latdible aibitioni ill the
leaders to le prominlent and luseful ill
prolinotiig an1d Idvancing tnol p)
gi (!4 1111(d aecompilishing the purposes
of the loveliieit is ecoraging to
the rank aid file and stimulates in
terest and exertion."
\Ve publish the ibove from olr.
e'steemed coitenimoary, the Peoplies
JoilPfL, so tiit thie readlrs of Tn
8ENTINEL C1nii elipy the (ou ble girati
fiention of knowin g there wias yet
Se)Inthing~ 1(, Ipease an1 aniti and~ ait
t he saine lini assuIre thern that t he re
fori nove:ent is in no dalger. W e
Ire glal to know this. It is the
lhar'ldest, thiing any i0m-1tyh ever tried to
(1 .et, to keep the outsiders in its
OWn1 Crotwd qui60, wvithout throwing.
theii so-nethiing. The atitis hiuve
wran1gil4i enIIIuigfl thIieiselv a to know
hat, is noIhmg, olly the biggest
wianitgler gets the best place. Of
coirse the iovellen t. will continule
vigoius until every fellow inl it gets
Illn lpflice. The purposes of the move.
me 11al0re being rapidIleomlishled,
to-wit: ittin g offiee and stppig
from 1110 to alotier. liit a r( foriIer
told i-, last week that the tImo vmen t.
W11 11a eXp141nSie as1 1 it was inuag
ing to the 1o1iik and file, ani1d that fori
his own artlimrt <was still gawling a
lile.
It is bilicult in undersn hlwt
myN one canil latriblutfe partisanl pre.ju.
li ee to the ( mives V f th Ile supremelit
licu it in hohing the disp enIsary hw
meontiitini:al. The tlinni poiit.
poll whith1 the decision hilged, as
itel by tile News and Coilier, was
eeided adversely to the pohitiol con1
tded for by- thle State in Mauilini I
s, the citxy of Grenville in 33dl ). C.
[t was h~eldl umlawfutl for t~ih'e ty to
'itgage mi the huasj ness of furnninihin~g
ight s t.o stores, (dlie and residenices
Or ai lrollt.
Honii , Joshuia W. Ash ley: hasil been
orced inito print, to exphaiin thtt he is
lot an1 ati, md be do(s so in a strong'
11nd 5(ensile lete. Hie voted againist
he1 diispenisary, the re distrnicting andu
pritiiug bills. No wonder he hasI
boen aociusca of being an anlti. Honl
nst ol farmer that he is, he thought
wo were all ini c'arnest taboiut refcirmi.
T1here was1 no4 pohdtic:dl prejuidice inl
Ju Ldge3 H uldsotn's celebrutC~ ed ldeisiont
lawv iunconstitutiitnal. If thtere had
beeni anting of the1 kind it woutld
h ave turned t he judtgmient t.Ihe othier
way1~ anid in favor of the learned
jtudge's still h'ling his seat.
Those5 who think thtat Associate
Jusjt ice elect Gary w ill hielpl re'vErse
lhe d ispensalry dOisio n are coun11ting.
without11 th ieir host. Hie 11 ibbed toe
nuch (of hiis learninlg from t he seulme
111 untai which sup lie id Judge Me.
Qrowan.
To'i Voite Down~i the C'all.
bel soit toit Ie p1ol for01 1 Ithe ii prtvle
II <h.-alpprovai, 1d no hlereas t lhe 1'Iip
ILoiters 4 f I 'e meure1t( huve opnly
leelareCd thimselves ini favo o'II f a
thi -h woilhl di'enifnullhiise hunreds.h
>f' our luhte (cuizensg, I terefor be it
'111 esibe .v That we dlusea
2~ Tlhiat this he :sent to the I ottotn
hinot f.or publaicaition, hiopiing~ all
S4e. .J''nesl ill(, Allniince.
11for the board1( of e'xamtiinerts
as, 'Thursdlav, to stand the eIxam
pu bb)he schools.
.Thie sh('1 ollnui ssionler fand his
muds.. J . A. MecVhoiter atni .lohn11
O'Davis, were kept qjuite busy for
two days, and1 no I cIV(i~os the 'harid
11ok1( to rde upi thle writtent e~xamlin
at lons.
The examIinlationi was (o11 of th
ones yet had. Each. atpplicanit hadl
abIouit teni siujare feet of the (cou1t
r'oomn to himself.
"B~oggs ill h ave io be0 sent down to
Columbia."-Geenv'ille Monuntaineer.
We guess not. Gov. Tilman is get.
ting oni very well with theo affairs of
the Stain~
Ooineu aud- Welcome.
Costello, Potter county, Pe:m,- April
12th, 1894.
Postmaster, Pickens county, South
Caroheon.
Dear Siri-W- hat are 'our nearest
railroad Collections, if not on a rail
road? Is there any considerable
qiuntity of timber in your county,
near a railroad, or that could be
rieaelijd by a reasonable length of
road? vhat are the average prices,
if You know,. pur acre for timber
lands anid what varieties of timber do
you have in your locality? If not on
a railroad, Would your people or
county give any encouragenent to
the construction of a railroad through
your county, and the development of
its timber intids and other retources?
What encouragement would your
people extend to niorthern capitalists
Coillilig to your couivIL Many of our
calpitalists have been detered from
imvesting in southern- localitiew i
ruiniors of ill treattienit and threatei
imgs to those who have ventured
South, and it is With difficulty that
capitilisti can be induced to embark
in new enterprises in the Sith.
If inconveiient to answer my in
qiries, w.muld you have the kindness
to lhand this note to Home onle who
anll inforim oil its notes of inquiry?
I woull th11n11k you very much for the
names1P an1d addrllesses, of several larige
timber liaid owners iii Your- county.
Tha nk in g you ini ativance, I am,
D.eair 8ir, very t ruly ymours,
C.,sutinlig Civil Eiig'r.
Pick'n'l, SoutI Carolina,. April 17th
1894
Dear Sir--Your commiliunicationi of
(te 12th inst , to the postalister, hais
bwel phlced on ily table, With the re
(iust that I a11tend to voi enquiries.
Ourn est riailroafild strtiol is the
town of Easley, oil the ltichonid &
Danville Railroil, tight toiles distant
The road fro'm Easley to Pickenls an1d
for fouirt-teen miles into the Imioiulitainis
through le denlsely timberedt lands
is ole (f the iiiost carefully graded
hwhways to be fouid anywhere.
The si ply of fiminier in the mliouint.
uiis north of I'iknii is ra)l'lCtiCa1lly
inexlhauist ible. Fine, u1a1k, chlestnu i
oak, waluilt, blck locust.alsh, hickory, I
% h1ito-1a, poplarl, whlite-pinle, and i
C
noiny other variics. A railroad :0
from E.asley to Pickens has beenc
gruedbc, cro-tiel alit bridged by
private stilscriptioin; all theTe is lack- C
ing now to cm)iplete it is the I(eady
mon1eV to buy the ironu and rollinig w
stlwk. anld put it 'down. The towi- ti
Ship- conceulrnled and tle town of
Ea.-ley hmve aigreedby a vote to issue n
ni(d deliver to ( the railroad $20,000 in
ievenl pelr ce'nlt. coupon bn)(s jlst a1s
moll its 11he road is put, in,11to operation.
io if thle road is finlished in the neatr
uture it will be pltictically clear of
any ineumbitrance. At a small comi
paralt.iv'e c'ost, this roa~d could be ex. -
tenided to~ the heart of the titub~er
regioni.
.Large tracts of timbher landis can
lie.lpurchased at fromt 50) cent s to $1.00
per* aere. Wo know of one party who
will sell 19,000 acres at the latter
pr1ice.
Our peopl~e arie ready at. all' times
to give~ norlthernl caplitalists all the
elbow-roomn they can pay for at the,
Siulil jlwice mntltioined, and will treat
h10n withI greater kindnhess timn~l if he
andtiu hey 1( had ben r'aised. here. A
qmeit, orderly, well'behav~ed north
erner gets better treatment here than
any~ where else in the world. T1his is
my observattioni and it is the experi.
enlce of iinaniy goodl menii whot have
colle from your sectioui of the cointi
nieit with mloney~ and1( brains. Of
couIiirse they lhad to shit t.1heir eye to
thle over-d rawnl pictures of stiuthern
poiical tices amt1( slandel(rs industrious
ly pilish~led againist an1 innoltcenit and
law-obiding pteople. Sooth Carolina
lhas beein the vict im of lpoliticai ~
sc'he(inets, an id saiif'icedc both blood
st ructtio; hiii n10 honest 11uan ever
caeli( from, thle North or any other
herI )0 pepl withou11t being firmli y con
inined that they arle as god ia l(ople
as ever hreathed Godhu's pure air or
dranuk from his crystal fountins.
I havl e believedl for- severailyas
01ndc now believe, .t hat the best paiy. 1
img imvestmuenit Souih ('ariohnai, or
any soi'therni Slate, coul make1(,t
wulnhl lbe to iuit * 2,000 per annumi in
Inh c..liumnis of one of ihe Phillelphiia !
mal ic o~ st on <hiily papersI*, to bei con
itrlled'b at soult hera ((dit.or1 of coml
Ioeip it full of tlhe tib ruhuivarnuished
biy po'iie hs, wriit ten lby meni of iuntegri
I.., whI o havie comile from the North,
h inmgmg both t ht'ir mioney and morals
nre nowi reccin jg thei blest tre'atienit
-innple truthi abouit our people is the
beastI :o h titus.eent oh tour'C ili cutry.
I sih:i Ilao'u great pleasurei in givtin g
on 01r yourIi friendsI, any1) further' in
formlia tion <b~ arled, anid wtouldl like to
sow you soe of thle many natural
u(lvlmi age~(s with hiclh we ar i'eissed.
rusltting that, t hese facts will cause
1(ome1 of y'ouir fiidul' to look this war'
for fuLituro' prosperuli ty, I remain sir-,
. Very fruly
.Jous E. Bo0c(s.
The Itevival at Eboniezer.
E'vangelist WV. K. Bogg's is preach
mlg with great powr in the revival
meet'tinlgs at Ebecnezer' church in Nas
san stret. Mr. Boggs is a man of
great earn'iestlless aiudt deep comnsecra-i
tion (If $lpirit aind p~~HOSsse oratorical
gifts of no meoan order. He uses the
hprtobe freely in searchling for the
plf'gne spot of th,, human heart, and1(
is 'qually felicitous in app)~lying the~
cordiala of the gospel to tile soul1 that'
hias bleen awakened to its siln. Ser
v'ices are held in the morning ait 10.30
o)chockC and at 8 p. mn.---News and
Cotur'ier.
Co0x0y's army of tramps will seek
entertainment~f in Washington, D. 0.,
4~hhm we
If afflicted with reglpdisosese, hal
alling out, and prematnre baldness
lo not use grease or alcoholic prep
trations,- but apply H-all's Hair Re
iewer,
H!!aled Ulis
Will be received by the co'naty coml
misisioners until the 7th day of Ma,
iixt, for the purchase of the ol
court house. Bids will be receive(
separately for all the timber, sasi
and doors, for the iron steps and foi
all -the -brick Bids will also be re
ceived for the house ohtire, all- th
material to bedrinoved by such. timi
as .the com~missioners'may -decide up
on.. Colnissioners resoevo the righ1
to -reject any and all bids. If natis
factory bids are not received for tho
building as above rnentioned, th
building will be suld to the higheB1
bidder, on a credit until Deceinbo
lt next, pluichiser tQ give good se
eCrity for the purchase noney.
By order of the Board.
J. J. LE WIS, Clerk of Board.
There's ., omfortabl
Feeling
in not having lots of old things to urge anI
urge upon our customers.
A WOR1LD Or' NEWNESS
Awaits you this week -don't nss tia
tcene. Our (uy to tell the story, yours te
ciheve; yours- t.*et upot the suggestiom
ziveo. Ik here.this week anid ha:uret youi
sha4re of the goo tl-thiigs tihat are awaiting.
P1IWECTLY RI DICULOUS!
When we stop to think how chea > we
lave beenl Selling go ds tle past month,1, il
1oes seci fuznat$. und no doubt you wonidei
Iiy we (10 it; bit when dte' 01c8mIer-'tui'nt
mto winter it takes either bootsor bargaint
o bring the people out. We don't keej:
)0018.
BUT HlERE ARE BARGAINS.
They sak! that Jones & Oarrison woul(
vion tie of:aolliig Amoskeag 11ad IiLIc8
er Ginghaians t 5 eento per yard, and onia
if them hal tWe nerve t: idet our price oii
it ground, but lwre we are.1agiin withI 5.C
neces at the saic price, and don't forget
t, dealr customere, you shail have them at
hat all the year round.
WE T.OOK 40 PIECES!
ThroughIi . a personal friend of ours
6e learned that a certain house had
laced on . side for ono day . Wool
shallies, slightly damaged, worth 20
Fmts, so we COLIl nell them fo- 121
ants. Walk'lively if you want then
>r they are flyers.
ONE CRAZY AGAIN THEY SAY.
Yard ,wide Lonsdale Cambric,
orth 121 cents, for 8 cents per yard
iis week.
Will talk- to you about White Goods
ext week.
.YIRY TRUiL
.0, uuui x D'lltf
31TATE 0OF SOUTH CAROQLINA,
'Pzchis Coar.2
C'orn-'r or 'PIIonATE.
Rtoht. A. 'Thmpson, i- iii hs'o
right aind as adinistrator of the
estate' Xf I nsou -Thomwpsoni,.e
ceased, Plaintiff;,
.. against
e~orge MicD. Tho'liipso'n,. S Franc-s
li inilten, Charles Neal, Silas M.
Neal, Johnt WV. Neal, the heirs at
law of AbiomD~an4deceased,nnmea,
n)tumbers8 and residence unknown;
the lhiis at lawv of D~empsey Thomp-)
son, namies, nu mbers and residence
unkmown; the heairs at lawv of Re
becca Evattt, deceased, names, numi
hier and residence unknown, De
fend an ts.
Snmtnmmns f'or Relief. (Complaint
not Served).
['o the D)efendlimts above named:
You arp herebv- stumoned antd r
luired to answer the ~ntitionl and
:iimplaitit in this action, which 'is
ter-ewith filed in the Court of Pro.
>ate; at Plckens Coort House,'South
Jaroilina,'and to serve a copy of your'
msnwer- tn the said petition and comn
>laint on. the subsciber, at his office
t W alhalla Court I louse, South Cairo.
inn, within twenity days~ after
he service hereof, ex'clusive of the
lay of auch service; atid if you fail to
riswer.:the peOtitJoni and1 complaitt
rithmin the time aforesanid, the Plain
jif in this action will apply to the
'our't fors the relief demanded ini the
(e.itionl fland compl aint.
Dated March 5, A. D). 1894.
Pickens~ Court House.
Rou'r. A. 'iroMPsoN,
A - laintiff' Ator ey.
J. B3. Nm.:wm.:nny, [Seal].
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Why was Ayem-'s Satoapanrlla admit.
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niot a nostrum, tier a socret lpreparationi, 0
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At the
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k
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Cltation.
TAT :O' SOUTH CAOLINA,
ComAl or PIcKENs.
By J. B. NEWBERRY, Esqiire, 1
Probate- Jndge.
Whereas, J'. M. Stewart, C. C. P
made suit to me,- to grant him letters
of administraition- of tlie estate and 3
effects of .Ira T. Rouer.
These R11 the!'Ofot'e to cite and ad
RMellish all and siugular the kindred 12
and creditors o5 the sai1 Ira T. Roper, y
deceased, that bhey be aid appear i
before me, in- thea Courk of Probate, I
to be held at Pekens Court House,
S. C., on the 21tth day of April next,
after publicatio> hereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenocn, to show cause, if
they have any,-why the said adminis
tration should.not be granted.
Given uder my hand, this 12th n
day of March, 1894, in the 118th 6
year of our iudependellce. ' -
J. B. NEW BERRY, J. P., P. C.
Ofice CouMCy Coinmassioner
PICKENS COUNTY.
4
Overseers of roads are hereby noti.
fied to put four (4) days work on the 11
public roads, between now and the
15th of May. They will carefully
observe the law-in regard to default. N
ers, and returnk the names of all de. 7
ftaulters its requnired by law.
By order of the Board. 6
S
J.. J. LEWIS, Clerk of -Board.
Pickens, March 15, 1894.
E. Ri. MURRAT, .1. E. 1!0008,
Andeorson., !8 . Pickens, S. U
~URRA Y & P4LeA;m,
,1.'.ORN EYS ALT LA w,
P'ICK ENS, S. C '
~ ji~. A 1NT1STS,
1l' Mlain Street. GI:E~NVIJL LE, S. C
teeth t' tracle~t lnu ut ni1
DEINTIST,
Olicaeover we.hceland itlsos & D~uke's~ Drug 1
ljlanSgtf GREENVILi.,E 5. 2,t
PHIOTOGRAPIHER ii
GREI-ENVL,.E, 8. C. V
. Over Westmotvaand liros'. Druag Store. Ali(
wvork done ty the' -ntantnieous, proecess. Also n'
rniake enlargementis, from old ,iures~ to a
*'ize in .water cCoi, c-rayon, India ink, oil amin
plalin photographs.
UP
DOWN~
andK
SIDE
WAY S.
That. 1s the way BLOA~AN'S SEEDS8
Gi lOW.,. If yrntr wanit the best varietics,
if y ou wiant the best quality, Sloan's is the
place to buy. They no not elaim to sell
you cheaper th:~n anyb'lody else. They (10
not claim to keep everything, but they can
usuayly'get for yott- anything not ini stock,
aind you can deen~d' on wvhat you buy of
them.
SLGAN BROS.
73 Main St.., GREENVILLE, 8. C.
THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN DRUGS.
J. E. SiIRINE,
Civil Eng ner and Surveyor'
Greenville, S. C.
Special attention given to Sub
division of land, Terracing and esti
Ination of WVater Power. Oflice 88i
Miain St, ov( r lFelton'. Book 'Store.
NUMBER
103
Main Street,1
GREENILL &, C,
We are just now receiving
nd SUMMER CLOTHING th
his season. We bought close at
an and will sell cheaper than an,
rou- will be rewarded with the sij
,owest Prices ever shown tn the
REE WITH EVERY BOY'S
SMITH & I
1EADING CLOTHIERS,
COLUMA AND 6gNMLLL
mIiuel simeerr, V. W. liuideknp ir and Reubln
olster. Reeivers.
Conedenmie Schedule in effect Dec. 21, 1893.
Trains run by 75th Meridint T'ime.
o- Ii No. . 12
MAily STATI... Dally.
1llm. Lv.Charleton, Ar........ 845p
W0hi I........ " Coi unbia. " ... .... 4 imi
03pm ........ I .\Alstonl I. ........ 3 30pm
18pni........ " P laini ........ 3 14pm
35pin........ "Prosperity " ........ 2h5pm
50pm ........- N AvriTry " ........ i
p ........ elena " ........ 23z mA
30pm........ .CniippIs ". .. .... f-50pi
111pm........ "NinetSix .... ... t33phi
37pmn...... . uremwood "........1,Cpmt
m.........l.odge- ........12
2pm... . " )nnl's . ........ 210pm i
35pm...... ".Honen Path " W........103pm
55pmn..........Ar llit n L .......... 40 mIII
00pm .......... 1,v 5elton Ar..........11 40pi
?1pin............A ndersoi... ....... 15pin
58pmi............Pen dleton ............10 311pm
3ipmn............\r Seneu Lav..... ...10001)p:f4
50pm...........Iv Sencen Iv......... 9 45p)m
2Ipm.........A r Wathalla Lv.. . 9 .. 05am
IIsin.. r . ~ieIwil .. ...10 15pm '
Between .\ nderson. sel'on and Greenville.
Datily.
08pm......... Lv Andersomi A r.........1207pm
40prn...........A r itelton Lv...........if 45pm
0pim .........v ielton Ar. ....I 30vm
20pm.........r Williimsron. Xr ......II'M4
2 pm ...............Pelzer.............. 1 I 3prn
'0pm1.............Il edo m it.............1018p
0Im ........-.... reenville ............10 15p In
[letwCen C1ark'on, t ol u mba, Alston and
Sp~ar~nbiing.
Dail-f,
15nm........ Iv Charleston Ar. .-45pi .
10am........., Coilumba Ar.. 1.00ipi
.50pm...............Alston..... .......1.21pimn
4-Ipm............ Carlisle.... -- ...11 2p
53p. ...... . ;. .. antuc...... ... II 17p
.pm...............iUtion ............10 501pm e
3upm .............lon esville.............10.W i
.prn-............ aeolei ...........0.4pm
10pm. ..Ar Spartamburg Lv... 0.aMo ni
2 pm ........ Ar Asheville ,Y......... 6 60am
Between Newberry. (Clinon and rue .
o.h1ilv i.'ee Sunay
2Onra ...1,v ('nomia .\r..... . 5p
....... .... ...Newherry.... .. le 30pm
50lpm-i---.--.-.- ----. yobvile ....... ii 35am i
15m. i............. Clinton --.- -..11 l10ami
....m...... .....\r Lanrens I, ..... . 0-h
een l(.i i' ,dg.r' md .'.'bb ,.ii f.~u)m
o. . i oT 10
ti.20lm...... I liodges .\r......55
2Spm........... arragh'...... 35ipin
40pm.....Ar .\bbevil 1....- 2JpmD
.9No. 12
'40pm.... gs ?....x ld --.....25m
0pim..-........nrrnu.h's ...........205~pm
rm._ ......r .bbelmrl~ I,... i 11 am
Lt'onnectionls vi S'outlhound Isailrioad.
illy.
.fn.....Lv ColumbnTra .Ar-.. 4pm
.doam......A r Savannah Lv.........ib.20am
No.. 18 and 14 a'resolMi trains betweeni Charles
n tend Am.hev~lle'.
Th roughi conch between- Sataninah an<.U .he
lie on 14 and 13.
TPram lenve Spartainbmirg. A. & C. divii,
,rlhhbonrnd. 1.13 a. 'n., 5.15 p. ni.,..12 D. mn. (Yi.u
Lumled litited, 'omitabound, 12.25 ai. in., 2.51 p.
, 1.37 a. m. (VA'ibulmmedtth liied); wemstbnid,
.N. I!. divisioni.0.20 and 3.10 p. in., for lien.
'ronyille, A simeville aihd tint FSprinigs.
f Thin~s lenye G reenyivie S C., .A. A C. diii
1rhoid,1,1a m,40 . i., 5.33 Vetb.
limited): mouthbmmi~1 1.20 a. mn., 4.00 p. i.
.281p P. C Vestibuitl. ijhi*O.
Trais Iavei,-enei., A. & C.- d ivf in, north. -
>undl(, I 1.30 p. mn., 2M7 p. mi.,' and. 41.10 p. mi. -
ntiliound. 2.32 ni. mn., 5.35 p. mn. and t.37 p. in.
Putltman Sleeper oin 13 andi 14 bethaecn Charles.
ni and Ashev'ilie, liln (olumnbla and .Spartan.
i rg.*
Punllmnan balnece inleepine ear on traIns 35s anid
,37 andt 38 on A-. & C. division,
Gon't Superintendecnt, Coluimbida, S. C.
S. II. ITiI iAVICK,
Gon'! Silaniager, Washinigton, D). U.
Gen't l'ass.. Agent. Washington, 1). ( .
SO1IlA AS,
TIrnmelo Manaiger. Washmington, DI. C
ouney to Loana.
In improved( farm latids in stums of $300 and,
wnird s. lImatns repa'iyable in sinal li tanul lply.
~nis thirongb a pciodt of si% '0ars ilhIsenn a
nig tho honmower to paly off hiNt iiidchtednmFN .
thou t exhausting I. is ei op in aniy one year
ply to .J. F: llOUGS. A Itornecy,
myl Piekenms, S. C
A l
of
lme
tinc
e~stu
PRiCt 80 CENTS PER BC'TEE.
B00K OF VALUABLE INFORMATiONl FREE.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS.
ke*eo****s**eeeeee~e....eede Sci
[ 'If. R7PAhg TAfIlU LSr lte the atomach,
Aliver and boweie,gpurify (be blood, are tals
art to take, safe amel alwaysoffectuat. A rellablo 7.(
vemedy for Iiliouanesws, lotchecs on theo FaLcO,
Chr Lurhua., ihroa[lo vor 'Proubfo 0>.& bi -
betes, Disoderod litomah M4aamess..Dysentery, * i (
I ypepsmia, femema, Fiatutenco Bemano ~om- 12.1
ni~ita,Foutltreath Headacho llearQbu e~i~vs, 123~
Jaundice, Kidney )litl5 Livetri e. -
Loss o Ap tie, D elson. Nausea,. l
N e ttl i Is ------ Painful DInges. 2.4
tion. Pimpe ,Rush of jllood 3.1I
to thme Ho8allow Com- 5.0
slexion Sa thcuim, Scald 4
acheofsktn Dis- vcaeimg a rrnir 8.2
Stomach Ti Feig i
Liver, Iilcerm,, Watr iraah .
and overy oth. ersym pt om 4[2
or dseas~othat .* .... uimts fromn 5
impu blood f ataiuro in the proper rform.l 8
incm ohir fantion by the stomach, irver antd
'itestinets.l1ersmons given to oversatifng are bon- 10
onted by takine one tabumie after each meL. A 11 2
contnue us ofthe ipaaa'nn a i h ne
oure for obstlnate constIe en. h eoi$f n *
noting that can he injurio,.a to tM1O -e Cha
t.Ig'ross~t 1. Fregs B1.
.Addr IlPANCSUIO eO ~4 - .
THE PLACE TO
. GET YOR
SPRING * SUIT'.
the freshest stock of SPRING
at will be seen in Greenville,
Ml at great advantage, W.e
body. Come in and see anY
rht of the Finest Goods at the
market. A BALL and. BAT
SUIT,
IRISTOW,
GREENVILLE, S. C...
Amuel Spencer, F. W. HIuide
Foster, Iteceivers.
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
Division.
Sehett (114 in f'rct-Ju 'nd, 1893.
N01r1rn111N). No. 30 N o. 21. No. 38
Fubstei ime Daily. Uniy. Daily
v. A tantai E T)...... 6.45p) n 9 oun 1 (Cpn>
l'eachti ce . ...
eJunction .... .10 m
..d. tt'.... ....... ...........10-'.i
ChaiN lee -.--... ........ 1 28Nm.
Do Mville.................031al .
Not'rors ....,. . 7P3pm31 10 3isam
. . u. t. . h . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . ., . . . . . . ..m
10 ((B ill.
siuwat e... ..( .. . 11 1131m
uford........ ... ........ 13 m .
Flowery lranch . 1 Man
(;iiiicesillc....5 L'OpuIf It 40am 2 2ji
New I-olu- -....... 116011 .
White Nulphur......n
Lala .... ........ ,.2 2
nelittn ........- ... ... . .12 141.
.: ..v e .......... ....... 1 1 m
lim elin - . --...-.-. .... .... 1 r
r. Mt Ahy............ V t pn 12 42rm .
V. M .% I . .--- - .11,14 9 I 501- 1 m .
W ... ... 20pin
h-Vba - -............ .. 25r.m -
lhoun ---''--- ........ m
t ra2 . - - - - -7 . 3 ( X > . . .
.1'----- - 441111
el0fcd . ............ .... 4 47jm
rl' o e t -........ 5 0
.'par4tanb1 - .2un'e. - --. .
nb rg- s--l'22m m 2.
(.un s.............10 "71..u . 14 35.
T hi ek ett - -.....--- - ...... .. 134 m -
Guil ne-y- -........1 a' 35:im 5in0.m,
-----. i ---. ...... 6~ 1.
T4ing's4. ..m~i. .--....6 5 m
(iecmra.ity..-.--..... .... 6-151 mn
G45 ltoninI.-.-.-...........nm 7 0m
.1wlr . x~......... .... .... -;-q2[m
ellemna '--- -- --- -. 1 .. 221 -m '4'u~ '1pw
dlfon-......---........... 7 5pn.
.o huae..........1.p...2..'..Sa:
Ttdo kt...........--.--.5371 1.p
Hrer.n.... ........... li2.27pm .
Lowell'- M -In - 4 - 1-.--.- ... ...8 .. 1 -.
liv4eemer lity ........,.. .6 45 yim .-4.
K~4ing's ..tl-.. ..,.... 7 ((3m
Grover . -.....'..... 1.7 mn
G,4finey....................m 2.7pm.
r.h(baketty..--. --- -.... . 2i 74f.ipm ij~g
(lito - --s..... .. IINo 5.
(Sarlontfrgs...2 5m 1.00 'i m&z
Spartanbur...n........... 31p-n
'eirci.'oret......... .......(//pmi
Loell..rd..... ...... ....... 320pm..
Dunenn's---. .--... ... . 13O6pm
lG es a .... ....r.... .... .... 33pmn..
T(yror..... ....... ......... pm
Enfsl~eya........ ..2 2.-18m 4 Enpm
TLibverty-.-.......... ..... 44 51m
.lhon............ .......55m p
Sprciiwee. ...... ....1541 .1 .-Syma
beneen . oc............. 30m 72pm
I'tIh l.d ... ...... ........ 5-Opin - -
......n.n.ter................ 5Mlpm
.......-.----.----........ G 0pm .
K4.' le. . . ----- -- ....6814 pm .
Ilclm . ---..--.--.--.... ....l 6 19pm .
r.....A.y.'--------....... . .6523ym
1,4 , ;'----.--- ....404 720pm.
White..........'....--. . 5 7. ...pu ...
lairl vill . . .. ,..' 5 5 6
..-....-......41 0p
loeryliran.h-.-..........33pmni
r u.fory- ...-.-... ........ 8.0m
Suwt ne.....-..
Cornvil 1p 7Ojin.
---ig~e 7 Opm.
Jeltom...............75pm .
1.41. .-*-..-*..--...-... --- -p....
5lteo specily that1 tran...N...75 S6,17in. 8
Neru 1het wlen..orm......and A tanapnsea
ty posible an8aenwppr 6-Snin loc.
Ilutnin.e.rdace..t.ou.ex.thg.d...
N rrangeent. . .Op .
As' il) N.n..as.A'., A 1ana,1a'
Superntendnt, Atcant, Ga"
Gl penral Ma41 inar Woshingto, 17 it.. 1
1 run et weea CoOn li'Ac A titla, sta
Troafle M444.Anager Washington, D. D.
b.IALN IC.CAT1LINE CK
WimattlNtcn Jan.-4 Atl9nt. '11*
asIn etween Chiarinto afui~ndt Co.um.ia
ng West.1.oingAAa,
rafc MoziST r T IOs *ltN, . 58.
am... ..L vh rleton S. Ja., 14 ... 8 .40p
'nm.... 1.... ....e CLlasm ....... .C... 7.00p
I Im.........Ar ColmIn arid........ 4r.20b
9p~lm............osperi At........ Condenped
ogpm .......oito ........ L55pb
1pm.........reetnood..,.......24pm.
Oh4pm.... .... .....A.bbevi.e.... .... ....2.Opnv
3pm............ Amthen..............10.0m
.pm..............A.roantn..............l7.30
Dpm.....,........ W ebro..........I.4p
Opmn..........CharlotN.........,...9.80p-a
3pm.... .... ... nodero........ ... 5u
l4pm............Geville............. ons.
1pm...........thrtnbur...........C0m'
'apm.........endArlonvlloe...........7 4amI
3pm.. .......Aunbvile,. ...........650m
3rpsto harl outeb, N . . 9.O .
Ap......entlen ....enger A gent
t.IIY .- i.- E M E H SON,
hecn'i 3(anagecr, Tranic .5ianages 2

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