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BICKENS SENTINEL)
PI CK 1-,Ns S C. IHI-- I; - C
J. "0B0;U & Co., Proprietors.
Mitered at Picokens Pos8toilco a's secon1d ilatis
Mfatter.
-IPTKENS SCF, V.60Perearinvara
-Mby in, aivanne; for six imnths, 75 cents
Advertisements intserted ait Mne dollar per squilre
of one inchi or less for the first Itserrioti andl
3g.ycentsfor each subsequtet , linsrtoion. A
liberal discount ma111de to ier..ats and other
advertinin for six m )ith or at year.
gg"PosISON' A D E R TISMInfEN Ts POSI-3
-TIVELY NOTr TAKEMN
obituary niotices exceetting fiye lines. tributtem
of respect. commIll un!cedat ion of a persomal
character,mwheit admissalsle, will bie chartgedI
for as advert isenents
THIURSDA Y, 3AY 4, 16,91
Thnie Whisk0ey Lawt.
"Fection 1731: No licenso for the
Fifle of spirituous or intcxicati g
liquors Shall be granted ini South
caroliifa outsid of the incorporated
cities, towns and villag ofts IStae;
and it shiall be unlawful for any per
sjon or personis to sell Such lieptors
withuy t a licetsliO SO to t."
This. is now thec liquior law of'the
Stitarat, when a 1,1an is charged
with violaing it, fhe governor orders
his release before e is tried, or rather
his attorne y- enoral makes the order
presumably by ho governor's advice.
Some think this is done to keep from
expoing his pet scheme to the scru
w -th-a slipree Court a it pres
CA Cos titu t hd Thi Whiskey lue
might dU Such a ting as mak what
the governor calls "free whoiske .le
of at inuiEoniec thanl thle dispensary.
Just leta themrli rock.
It was at ton gnerous meeky tinog in
"the sBeveral newspper reporters" to
askc Chief Justico Alever to explain
hisrernarkably clear opiniont, declaring
thle dispensary law uinconstitutional.
It is i no prt Of to jUdge's dut to give
advice. O ne0 of the reporters shou l
have, himself convicted by) at tril juls
tict of selling Twhiskey and appeal to
the circuit judg at chaame and
have the Conviction friemked, theng
ofp O appeialn, the only aveiue to the
suprem court, then tMmver will tell
him washat t0 li is in k t haten iso.
The Easley Delincrat n U etonished us
last wefk b reprinting the very able
article of Pr~lof,. R. Means avis, onI
tho free coinagce of silver, and giiiig
the sen y its eldorsement. Th edituor
of the Democrat evidently his no ix(
to grind, and is not preaiching- for
polpularity, as will be seen from the
editorial itself publied i alother
tcofnl. Thi is one reform palpe
that is not yet ready to bow down to
the silver od f the West.
beforemocut the n mee~ti Dr.Unitell
hibl wto ie a exis. ie that ther.
wart tven~ bin~alti thec who' ahough
theyf codrim te o ivernmn better' n
the a ts wh~oshadeit c ho of it..
ofThe wereocrnty eiht-tyh dis f
"I) crinyi iear nos consithuiiora
the ritv af th btae to fromlte lie
liuoria tf.I auls ithinki ih
o luor 'into is bonrderttis pas
thiosl.- ongtreadyman baoro to
The ivrgt of the Sctat .o"euae
but oe ofght~ to aeg le diessoin
veoe tie nioht to "mnpoiz." al
the ablrdey for s~elm liqur nd
tpwere biIle itken to thvoul t
whiey usioi the superemi. etourt
tathce who ( Aore-Gnal Buch-t.
He had nly moeigh-te totorde the
release thnisI aiiod Joversear and wue
tepe orde.
th igf the r e ol rtake Pauh'
liceow, andc be aloink ietined
ing tie Sante t heyntould be rh o
.Iiurinto t boevehod hscibut sda
Clb.The oungI t e ol liekoat to'rgnte
know thow rih of uat de ot Mr.
A i ~lll a iIits.u lo~ie
i other la isr seting Iintore 11ev
eal-go fee llowstke have kuted
wheselvtesiselig tier ind wieyrt
atsice wrhenbitonwent inero effect..
anae ortler takthe Ditreleat
ead eek wore marirt la oit-e
reeseutha Caroad verder prohiiwio
one purosed but tholcr ihebying
th ide.
Afth rem er oudtake Pauelere
adhie Wahndgtondlorresponeo
ohe towas anouier, u lnder darto of
mg oniersn anidhere woda beo
fonr.r svith Sentor Buleieatv
thesilatter' endhs campai t. Mr Ashey
$500 tobeef the ougMnstrongoratet
Clnbd rno liedoetial11 oic hikpore tof
elulo i us. nAdesn.adh
Ipe tedola is re auesrictyiiIcelge
orale gomin lontshe bakrute
theies andlii berad e abov, a
Ake, a he.ICI talk(d t beeto
ist o.d aket histas spot-o
'But lejr,.i he did not conlit n
wdent.
~ f. lde narined here tn (lay ti
The ution Moeeing.
The exercisea preliminary to the
union meeting in the Baptist church I
at this placo, coimonced last Friday
evenling. The visitinlg ministers,j
other than from the county,. were: 1
Dr. Hatcher, of At*lanta, .J. L. Vass,
of Greenwood, an([ A. J. S. Thomas
an(] Dr. T. M. Bailey, of Grcenville.
Mr. Thomas preached Friday evenin'ig
at 8.30, fromi the text: "I pray not
that. thou shoulfdt talle them out of
the world, but that thou siiouldst
keep thiei from the evil in the world."
Ho preached a most instructiso and
interesting sermon.
The opening sermon was preached
oil Santii'lllv illorIlli" 1)3 j ~ os
on~~~~ Suramonn by J. L . Vass,
according to previouis appoin1tlc'nt, I
from the text: "And H1e gave unto
His ser'vanits fallthority, and unlitoevery
ma1nil I lis work, and coimmiianded tile
porter to Watch." His sormon was
niost timely and an earnest appeal for
individual effort inl the advancement,
of the Master's kingd >m. It was
helard most attentively throughout by
a large and appreciative audience.
At the conclusion of the sorllon1,
prayer was oft'red by Rev. A. .1. S.
Thomas, after which the uni i'n was
called to order by Rev. J. E Foster,
moderator of the union, in whose
jirisdiction the meeting Was held.
After som(e appropriite reminrks, the
modratr apoitedRevs,I.T. Ljewis;,
B. I older und W. C. Seaborn, t com
ilit.tee on letters- of delegat.s. Roll
call sIhowed ia large delegation to ho
present. At the conclusiol) of the
roll cail, recess wais. taken and the
coniinittee allowed until alternoon to
report.
Ii the afternoon Rev. J. L. Vass
made it most intereFting talk in pro
seitilng the clains of tho orphlialige
at (runwood. There are now mjore
than fifty children inl tihe home-as it
is ,'ry p oporly called-receivill
(hristian tenoling and trainiug.: It
is only at wolder that the Baptists in
this State did not establish such an
orphlalinage long ago. Mr. Vams is
the man to make it, a success. At the
conclusion of this talk ia collection
wvas taken 'lnounting to $6.33.
Dr. latcher, of Atlanta, was next
heiard onl behalf of the American .Biap
ti-st, Ptisliention Society. Ilo present
ed its claiis ill a shiort, but spirited
(1ddres3, that, was inuch enjoyed by
the tudience. lHe was in i filne, good
humor, alnd he never spoke on 3any
shject without, soon putting every
body ill svipathy w ith himself nilld
his suiject.
Rev. A. J. S. Thomas was next 11ear
onl behll of ofw 1te ptist Courier. His
i'emr:k1lis were well callilted, not on
ly to help the coufrie r, buIt to 11avace
the initerest, of till denominational
limpers. We Sincerely hope theo Pres
byterians ho heiarid him %ill act upon
his most timoely suggestionIs. His re
miiar'ks itirri'ed up ) r. 13ailey, and he
j1mped right, into tie i tile of the
subject ait the( first to uid, 31 andc Ih
hiowi thle peo~ple hi (ked1 the ('1inirch
work by r'efusinig to nmake' use ouf the)
mecans phlacal( within iheir' easy' reChI.
2Mr. Thloma~s received mnany hiiglhy
apprile('iated( 1names( o) add1( to tihe list'
of' the Baj tist Couirier.
TIh~e Statle Missions31 (Iuery wa ot
poned(1 to the evin~ig session3, w~hen1
l'he subhject was pr'omiptly opened by
ain initere'stinig address fromu iloev. Jno.
T'. Lewiiis, w~ho sueme to have'4 su1
Bailhy, wvho is alway's aler't on thait
subhject aniyway1i. His address wvas
greatly enij(oyed by ali pre'sent. It
closed thle e'x0ecs of tihe evein~ig.
Sabbath m3or'ninig the chuach was
soon1 filled and( promp1i1tiy at 10) o'clock
lhe Rev'. A Jl. S. Thlotlias w'as initr'o.
ducedl anid favored the large antd ap
pia(31t1itivaudienlce withI ai spilndid
Sabbath Sc'hoo ad dr1ess-n~t a1 lit tle
tal1k jutst to pleade t he c'hildrien, but it
fllirly bristled with thought for all
and1( espec0ially3 for' tihe Bap1tist . Tis
'oncluided, the time was at hatnd for
th b11. o'clock servi~e,. wihien Dr'. B'ii
'Iey'. appeared upon11 thek plaitfo'.mi and(
a1do ptedi thle mo(st appr~ioprlialte formi
(eer used ill the introduction of pub-)
lie w'or'ship, b y havin lg the conlgiegal
tion to tandii antd silng t1hong meter'
doxoilogy. After' a shlort inv~ocaition3
he rea the mstlappoved ('ode (of
Chruistianiimorals, as laid1 dlown inth
12th c'hapter' of Paul's Epistle to thei
Romanst, and1( took for his text, "I
ye' presen~it youri bodhies a1 liing Hacr'i
liee, hiolv.~ accept able untto God, which
is your' reaslonablle seri''ce." Hius ex
po' sitio 1 o1(f the( text was linii pra'cti
(al and listened to1 with the greatest
inter'est t hroughout by all pr3esenit.
ie certainly taught thle people, and
is gr'eat e'arniestniess antd eloquence
showed that lie wais teaching, ai Je$sonl
u~ bich ho hadlc st uidied hiimaelf. The
coll-Ctjoni for1 State Missions was
$8.1I2.
T1he (e n'i-r gnarlitet of visiting~ di.
vmes( Canl rest assur1ed that the Pi'k
en i'popl will be glad atl Ilny3 timef
to welcomle t hem to coun1ty 0or town.
Rtevs. liatcher and Vass atten~ided
servic'e at Elc'on, wihere the formner'
preach(~led ai most exc'ellent sermon0I and11
thec la tterI reprel'(sentedi the orphanaI~lge.
The c' onlgregat ion made3331( a cash1 con
Siibit ion o f $7.77.
We truist. thait thle Balpists will no(t1
fail to have ait least1 one( iOionemoet,
inig inl Pi('eln eachl y'ear1.
A 11ft in thme Cloudso,
W .. publish thlis week ani article
fr'oim Prof R. Means Davis, of the
South1 Ciirolina College, written to
thle S(outhern Chisotian1 Advocate 0on
''The Free Coinage of Silver," wvhich
to our mind is an excellent exposition
of the subject. and shlould be care
fully read by the ptoplhe, especially
the sounthiern people.
Howv the free coinage of silver at
the prlosenlt ratio is expected, or rather
coulid be expected, to bring prosperity
to the SouthIi, which produlces no silver,
is a question that pulesIh us.
We can see ver'y easily -how the
mine owners of the West would reap
a rich harvest atL the expense of* the
balance of the country by having the
govcpament r}amny for blicm,. free ol
xpenso, forty cent8 worth of silver,
naking it equal to a dollar which they
vould put into their pockets, thus
reating another set of moneyed kings
or the people to havo to-contend with
)esides the ones they already have to
:ontend with in the North.
Saome will say: "Well, if it is coined
t will find its way into circulation."
l'his wo admit--about as fast as the
Iold that is locked in the vaults of the
>anks of New York does at present,
md about the same per cent. profit
;o the mine owners.
We know that the words "free" and.
'silver" have a peculiarly enticing and
tmost irreistable charnr about them
,%'lien alone. How much this is in
Aeisilled when the words are put in
!oninectioni!
We also know that this question is
A presentt a favorite theme with the
southern press, and that their harping
:n it is cieating discord and dissatis
fiction in the democratic rankii. But
the people should weigh this question
well and philosophically and not allow
themselves to be caught in this trap,
even though it is baited with silver.
-Easley Democrat.
The Rlecord.
There is a rod in pic'de for Friday
night pension sessions hereafter, and
Represeitativo 'Talber t, of South Caro
lina,.holds the rod.
Last Frida' night Mr. Talbert tried
to secure the insertion in the Record
as a part of his remarks of an article,
several columtins in length, from a New
York paper. In this he was unisue
cessful. Now ho has determined that
in the future not a pension bill shall
pass unless a quorm is present.
"I' am not opposed to pensioning
any deserving and bravo Union sol
di(er," said Mr. Talbert, "but in thiE
case I sinmply wanted to place in the
Record, so it could be circulated foi
the informaution of the people, soic
facts as to the operations of the pen
sion svstevmi. It was information that
I should have been glad to have gath
cred for myself, but as this was in
possible, I thought its publication it
tile Record would be a good thing
The professional friends of t he soldier
however, do not care to have the fate
imale known. They love darlinemk
rather than light, for their deeds art
evil."-WVashiington Post.
The Last EnCrvlew.
The following is an1 extract, fromi
the last interview had with Senato
Vance by J. P. Kerr:
"Thle democrat ic party is imimortal.
I have not recenit!v arrived at this
coiclusiol, but Since I have been lying
here on my back I have thought pro
foundl of mauiy things, an1d among
them this idc.a of my earlier nnhood
has become a sitadfust conviction.
For thirty years of ny life 1 fought
as a whiig the delmocratic party, and
soimetimies n lhen it was overwhelning
ly defeated I thought it could rise 1no
mlore; bult fromt its wreeks and disast
ers it would comle miore imiighty~ thani
ever before aind sweep awamy all op po
sit ioni. The word dlemnocrat ,stands
rur human li berty and linn an free
tidim, anid cannlot die. The people
b elieve in it, and when freecdomn is
mnen aced and li berty- jeopardized, at
omne blast of that mnag ic naie men
wilI come fr'om the mountains and
from the v'allevs amid place the demo
cratic party in power."
D)ispensary.
As there appears to be a great deal
of doubt among the lawyers and the
people as to the effect of the decisioni
of the supreme court in the dispeni
sary cases the following from Coole)
on Comnstitutional Limitations will be
of initere t: " Whlen a' statute is ad
judged to be unconstitultionmal, it is ne
if it haid niever been. Righits cannot
be built ump under it; eon tracts which
depend upon it for their consideration
aVe void; it constitutei s a pr1ioectioni to
no0 one wh lihIas neto d under it, andic
no one can be punished fo r having re
fusedt obediencee to it be(fore the decis
101n was miadoe." If Coolev's view be
the correct one, amnd he is accepted
by all thle c'our1ts as authority on1 conl
stitutionial qjuestions, does not the de
cision of the snpreme court restore
the status existing before the dispen
sary law was enacted? Is it not the
right of counties and towns to issue
licenses as formerly?
solicitor Ansel believes that the
State of South Corolina is now under
a prohiittion law andl does not besi
tate toi expr'ess his opinion to that
oeffect. He was asked yes terdlay if lie
intendeld to mamke any pr1osecutionis or
complaints for violationis of whalit lie
regards as the law, lie replied that
it was no t his b)usin~ebs to originate
p~rosecultioins, but that if any cases
were made aind sent t) court ho would
prosctIe thtem iivigoro usly.
its Attorney Mc('ullough also bei.
livsthat the city hans in. right to
grani6 iiEense. 1-o says that it is his
oiion111 that only thle dIispenisary fea.
tuirc of the act was declared n'nlcon
stituitional, leaving the other or p~ro
liblitionl fetumre intacnt. Before the
passage of the dispemnsary avt liguor
could 0onlyi~ be 1(sold imcorporated
towns and cities by l icenmse, anmd this
pr1ivilege was taken away 1by the act.
Greenville Newvs.
Thme P'ower or Gld.
H~e lovedl her. She lovec di.
They loved each other.
But the father objected because the
young man wmas alnost a total stranger'.
T1he time had come whem the youth
must ask the father for his daughter,
and~ hie feared to go tdo him.
Hie held, a long conference with his
beloved. Ho told her lie did not wmant
to ask her fnther.
"(Gerge, dear'," she asked in a
h'emuloas whisper, "how much amre
you wvort h?"
"A million dollars, darling," lie re
sp)mded p~roudly. -
Her faice'shone ini the twillight..
"Then you d~on't have io ask him,"
she said with simple trust. ' "Let
luim know that, arnd he wilbaek you."
Amnd Gecorgo gav~ e old umar a tig.
Sp'eluis Tral.t.s for Southerst Haptist
Conventiosa, Dallate, Jiny 11-15, 189-1.
The Georgia Pacific Railway has
arranged with its connectionsaspecial
through train service from Atlanta to
Dallas, leaving Atlanta Tuesday, May
8th, R 30 p. n. after the arrival, of all
trains from the cast The connections
of the Georgia Pacific at Birmingham
will take up the fast schedule from
that point, aUd youi have the choice of
the route via Memphis, Shreveport or
Now Orleans. The Georgia Pacific ip
one md'red to two hundred miles
sho' - than any other line, and will
operato the quickest schedules both
going and returning. The special
train will reach Dallas 7 a. in. To ra
day morning, May 10. Through
Pullman sleeping cars and first-class
day coaches will run through Atlanta
to Dallas without change. Send in
your name to any agent of the Geor.
gia Pacific or its coinctio is for re
servations.
Finest Cicily Lemons 20 cents per
dozen at Morris's.
General (onr'eewe, 11r. E. Ch~rreh
sout101, MeusplatsI11, Tenas11., 111in.y
3d-31st 189-1.
For the above occasion the Rich.
m1ond & Danville lailroad and Geor.
gia Pacific Railwoy will mako special of
one ratefirst class fare for the round
trip; tickets to be sold April 30th and
May 1st, and 2nd with extreme limit
June Lt, 1894.
The route via Birmingham is th<
only through car line to Memphis
and the time going and returning b3
Richmond & Danville ind Georgif
Pacific in connection with. the K. C
M. & B. is several hours tho-quiclcest
Be sure your tickets read over thee
lines.
The autograph letters testifying tc
cures made by Ayer's Sarsaparilli
and other preparations are kept ot
tile at the J. C. Ayer Co.'s office
Lowell, Mass. They are from all ov
er the world and are cheerfully show
tO any one desirouis of seeing them
Sealed 111d1
Will be received by the county com
missioners until I lie 7th day of' MaN
next, for the purchaso of the ol(
court hoaso. Bids will be receive(
separately for all the timber, sasl
and doors, for the iron steps and foi
all the brick Bids will also be re
ceived f.>r I le house entire, tll the
material to bo removed by such tiic
as the commissioners may decide up
on. Coil) I issioners reserve the righit
to reject any and all bids. If satis.
factory bids are not received for the
building as above mentioned, the
buildinig will be sold to theihighest
bidder, on a credit until December
1st iext, purohiaser to give good se
curity for the purchase money.
By order of the Board.
J. J. LEWIS, Clerk of Court.
AS iN YOUTH
Aye r's Hair Vigor
CORDIALLY INDORSED.
RElORES
Natural Growth
-~ OF'TIEF
~HAIR
-wHEN
ALL OTHEIL
\Dressi ngs
"I can cordIlally intiorse Ayer's IHair o3
Vigor, ns one of the best prep~arationisO
foir the hair. Wheni 1 baegan n ising.Ayer's o
Ilua Vigor, all the front part of nayheacd 0
-abonut iui tof it- ws bal. Tihc usec
of onliy two bottles- restorctl a natuirai o
growi h, whilh still cont innes as In my 0
youth. I tied several otiier <lressIngs, 0
hut they ault failed. Ayer's Ilntr VIgor o
Is the biest." - Mrs. J. C. PRltB~ssER, 0
Converse, Trexas.
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR i
PR1EPARIED IIY
Dr. 3. C. AVER & CO., LOWELL, MASS.
There's A Comifortabli
Feelinlg
In not harinig lots of old things t-o rrge and
urge tipol(l our ettslonmers.
A WOltLDi OAF NEWNE8S
Awaits you this week-don't miss tic
scene. Ourt duiy to tell the story, yours te
believe; yours to notl upon the suzgestiomi
givein. lie here this week and hiare'est yoe'
share of the ,zood things thfat are awaiting
PEllfECTL'Y illIDICUL4OUS!
Whleni we stop to think how cheap we
have been sellhng go- de the past month, Il
doues .see.it funny, and noC dIoubt you woneide
why we do it; buit when the summner turmi
into winter it takes either bootsotr bargalnm
to1 bin~g tihe people out. Wie don't keell
hoots.
IBUT llElE ARIC BARIGAINS.
Thecy sah! thlat Jones & Gar'rison wioi
saon tire of sellinig Amioskens and1( Lancats.
ter G~inghms at & c:ents per yardl, andi somit
of'thlenm hadn the nerve to meet our price on'
tht groundlt, but here we ar'e agauin with 50(
pieces alt the saine price, and. dIon't forget
it. decar cristomercs, youi shall have thiemi at
that all then year roind.
WE TOOK 40 PIECESl
Throtgh a personal friend of ours
we learned that ai certain house had
placed on sale for one day Wool
Challies, slight ly damaged-, worth 20
cents,s 50we couildi'sell tihem for 12J
cents. Walk lively if you want themr
for they are ldvers.
GONE- CRAZY AGAIN THEY SAY,
Yard wide Lonsdale Cambric,
wvorth 12{ cents, for 8 cents per yard
this week.
Will talk to you about White Goodi
next week.
JOVB!_Y1T13UL.Y,
ICEN ~ a I
' Handredw of ~WAIgncs.
Stomach diseases, such as indigestion,
dyspepsia, etc., are hard to cure with ordi.
nairy remedies, but Tyner's Dyspepslj
Renedy never falls. Thousands say so
who have been cured. If you bave a
stomach trouble it is your duty to invesil.
gate until you find a cure. "t'end foF book
ot particulars "low to Cure Dyspepsla"
fre-to Chas. 0. Tyner, Druggistr Atlan.
t'. Ga-.
Peppers Natural Leaf and Silver
Seal Plug Tobacco at Morris's.
Lost at the union meeting, at E uon,
April 29th, a pair of gold rim spec.
tacles, rims to extend over the ear.
Finder will please return same to the
owner, Rev. L. T. Weldon at Liaerk?.
This is a beautiful book and at the
same litne one of the most useful.
Comprising in one voluie the rarest
treats in history, adventmc, art and
science, concluding with a concise,
but most compreheisive history of the
World's Fair. 500 splendid illustra
tions and beautiful engruvings of
Colunbian Architecture. Sold only
by subscription. Address or call on
H1. W. FARR, Rice's, 8. C.
Duke's Clippings and Bedford City
Smoking Tobacco at Morris's.
citatlon.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
By J. B. NEWBERRY, Esquire,
Probate Judge.
Whereas, J. M. Stewart, C. C. P.
made suit to me, to grant him letters
of administration of the estate and
effects of Ira T. Roper.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Ira T. Roper,
deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Pickens Court House,
S. C., on the 25th day of April next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if
they have any, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 12th
day of March, 1894, in the 1th
year of our independence.
J. B. NEWBERRY, J. P.,.P. C.
Best Pickled Cucumbers 13 for 10
cents at Morris's.
Office County OmnIUA.snaer
PICKENS COUNTY.
Overseers of roads are hereby noti,
fled to put four (4) days work oruthe
public roads, between now and the
15th of May. They will carefully
observe the law in regard' to- definlt.
era, and return the names oi all de
faulters a required by law.
By order of the Bo1r1.
J. J. LEWIS, Clerk of Be~am1.
Pickens, March 15, 1894.
Andeorson, s. C'. INcn~ C
ATT"ORNEYVS AT L.AW,.
IL & wELDoN,
-IDENTilITS,
teetlh extracted ~vthouhiirnlndo. ar5a
DR. J. P. CA RLIsbE~,
DEN 1sT,
Olmce over Westmnoreland 1Iros &~ Duxkei Drug
store.
IjanStf REENVILM,~ s. U.
J . Vrr zCKER.u.l,
PH OT'OGR A PH ER
G RKEENYif.E, S. C.
Over Westmioreland ilros'. Drug state'. Al'
work (d0no lby the lnstantamneous proes~s.- Alsa
iake enlargemne'ts from old picturcs tO un'
si1ze In waiter col irs, crayon, hidi in14.on a
plain photographa
DOWN
and.
SIDE
'WA YS.
Thlat is the way SLOAN'S 8EED)E
GIIO'W. If you want the best varieties,
if y'ou: want the best quality, Slonn's is thei
place to buy. They co not claim to) sel
you cheaper than anybody else. The~y de
not elaimi to keep everything, but they can
usnally get for you anything not in stock,
and you caln depend on what yota buy of
tlmnh
SLOAN BROS.
73 Main St., GREENVILLE,.8S. C.
THE BEST OF EVERY.
THING IN DRUGS.
J. E. SIRRtIN,
Civil Eng ner. and Surveyoi
Greenville, S. C.
Special attention given. to Sub
division etland, Terracing .aa4 esti
mation of Water Power. Offiee 88i
Main St , ov.r b. n's Book Storc
NU MBE R
103
Main % Street,
GREENYILLE, S. G.
We are just now receiving i
and SUMMER CLOTHING tha
this season. We bought close anm
can and will sell cheaper than any
you. will be rewarded with the sig
Lowest Prices ever shown in the r
FREE WITH EVERY BOY'S
SMITH & B
LEADING CLOTHIERS,
MOMMA AND EMEVILLB
Saituel Spencer, F. W. lluidekops ir iand Reublin
Foster. Reecivers.
Cbndensed Schedule In effect Dec. 24, 1803.
Train run by 75th. Meridian Time.
No. 1, No. 12
ily SrTIONS. _aily.
Sn T . A . . . . .. .harl , . .V .. 8
11 ,11am1........ . Columbia. . 4 15pm
12031m ........ Al.toll ........3 30pn SR
1218pm ........ " P m ria." ........ 31 4pn
1235pm.1 ........ "lProsscrity ....... 1 55pmn
12 50pl ........" Newt serry "'....... !3pmi
1251pm........ "ipn . .elena " .. pm.
. ipm......... Chppl' '....1 5pm<
Ninety Six ..........I T2pm1
237pm...... . "( reenwood "........12 55p1m 1
30Wpm.... .... * lodge's.. ........ f2 35pn
3 21pm... .. - onnald'" ~....N~ l1p ~
335p.in....... "ona Path."........12 Ip
3'55pB. . r Itelton v....v...... II 10pm
4 W1pm. .. Lv Biellon Ar-...4pm -
4 24pn............. nderson... ......I 15pn Ia
4..m............Pendleton .........1030prit
bIslpm...........I r Seneca Lv..... ...10 00pm "
550p)...........Lv Senea Lv..........0 41pm1 "
625pm. r Waihalla inv.. . - 9.0. ja
I4- m ........ % r -ireiis'ile YV~.-..... in r5In- "
Between Anderson, litI on and Greenville.
_Da_-_I_I._.)aIy.
No. 11 STATINfONS No. 12
if6pm.. .........Lv .\nlerson Ar......... 1207pm "
34Opm .......... r Beltoll Ly....:...... f 45pm
-1 00pm.. .Lv ifelton A r........... II 30pm
420p. ir Williamston. Ar.......1 0pm
4E'. pm -.............. Pelzer.............lI03p!d
4 '4 1m.............Iledmont.............0 :3 pm
Ii Cd pn.............Greenville............10 5p i
ietween Charleston, ( ' lumbia, Alston and
Spartauburg. A
Danily.
o.1:. 'VTI(NS. No --i.
7I.15am........ L v (harieton Ar...... 845pm
5 10an.........Lav Columbia Ar....... .tIlpm.
5 01pm................h n............12.20pm.
644pm...............Perlisar. .... ... 11 21pm
7 i3pma............... Santu..........1 (7pm
7 1pm..........Time' lie ......... .10.0pm i
7 pm............ioiteQ............ 10.34pn
74:..m...........~. ier...........0.34pm
,410pm .........A r Spit r( n ni g 1v........ 10.0aC m
I TIa0 ......... .Ar Asheville L .......... 6 50am
3 i 20an......... .LV('lumbiaA rv. ...... .. -l (am "
3.00pm..........N ies rry..........230pm
32 5am11............ riumn ......... 2 0a
340pw.en Abbdesil and:.2be0lpe
No.aI . .xarYTONN. No. 12
)3-0pm... .....LV lodges Ar.....255pm
1 fl5pmn................n..g'............ 3pm '
13-lpm.--....r Abbeville .v:..-.. 220pm
No.1 9- No. 38 "
O.40pra.......v Cludges r........2pm
S0pn..... at .... arwltraghs ............125pm
to a5m... Asel..rAbbvleL... 150m
Th'onnecionscvi b'thenSaoumih Ib)lrou'st.
f .45am.....d .. . Col mbi A.0 p . . ... ... in .40pm
i.30am. -- n.lt) ..Arsa rabnah ,v 1....I. .10.0 .05
Nos. . 13adP'i. 6.2ar andk tra .in.tee fhr les
Atonvld Asheville adln Srns
Tramts leave (ptnhurg'~l, ..A. A C. div'sion, i
e iuted) ntlaouthod , 12 a. m., .00 p. .
m12.7.8: ai. (Vestibued limited esbun
T1rairns lealve Gemenvil, . C. A C. diiin nrth-o
botmd11, IV.n p. mn., 2.27 p. mn., and 4.10 p. m.;
56Wih1ound1. 2.2 a.'mu., 5.35 p. mn. andic 1.37 p. mf.
Pullman Sleepe14r on l3 aiu 141 het., een1 Charles.
ton.and Asheville, via Columbia and Spartan
burg.
P'ullman palace sleeping ear on trains 35 and1(
30,37 and 28 on A5. & C. divyision.
V. E. Mc1tEE,
Gen'l Slaporinte~ndo'ati (?olumliln, . . X
kss't ('en'l Pass. Agt., A tlanta, Ga..
Cen'l Manager, Washington, D. C.
Gen'1 Pass.. Agent, Wasahington, D). C.
0 11A IAs,
'Trallie Manager. Washaingwe,. 1). 0
Mnione~y to Loam.
On nprovedCI farmn latuds in 51nms1 .f 300 and1(
unwtiards. Loans11' repaly1le LII in aIll11anlnual pay
mtenhs throuIghl a period (If six years, thu(s enna
)lrmg the borrower t) pay off his inadebtedness
withou t exhausting is crop ini any3 41ne year
A pply 1o .1. E l10U(4 A t tore FC'
I If
II
ii
T
(4
fthe bloo,..rje
se, nc : 1 -
1tcacycad
artr
an6to ak,1.gfo ad erM t
073, ew~o
THE. PLACE TO.
GET YOUR
SPRING SUIT,
Iye fireshest stock of SPRING.
t will be seen in Greenville
:1 at great advantage, We
body. Come in antd see and
.it of the Finest Goods at the
,arket. A' BALL.and BAT
SUIT,
RISTOW
GREENVILLE, S. C.
XRIC~mun DANVILE I$ I
uuel Spencor, 10. IV. Iuldekoper and Roubim
Foster, Helcilvers.
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
Division.
Schedule in effec .I uly2nd, 1803'
H H D t: N U. INo. ', 6 No. i21. No. IN
Eastern Tiau' . )uIy. lidly. Dully
A tiuta (E T).....
Plen hlree ...........................
It.unction ... 1 1111
Gowin0.......2.. 2.11
.'h..m......... 10 i
1)on.iLle.................1031u .
Norerss ...... ....E 3 I) 1 iin
)uluth. ..... III
Suwne........... .1,
i!uford... .... .. .....I1ah .
Flowery Itratich. . It
Odeli.. .. ... I1 311111
Gainesville. b 11 4
New HIol land. .. ...u11
WhI* NII phu I... . ........
Lula .... ....... . . .
liellion ...........
Longview ................. ' . .
Cornehi....... .. . . 28pm.
r. M.t A....... ..........12 49!i..
Y. Mt Air -............ 9 1 2 I 2pm
Ayersvi le ...... ... . .
Toernall, ............ ...
Folsm l ..... ...... . 1. ...
MJ.adison1.. ...............
Harbins......................
sin ........e . .I ..
Richlrind ................
SC teeen.............. l i iii 4 48jil
Xeo ce ............ ....... :! 1 ) .
Calhionn .................3 4.1In .
C uV tral ............ 1 ;; 4 :1 i
Tnyherty ..... ........... 2j U
(.ares. .... .. ..........44i
1')o1 el il -... .. ....
Ote~lle ........
CTIylor's..... ... ...
Greet.(........
(UtiI nen'.... .......1 . 1333 5 ~p
Welrlfor..... .......... 1 I
lar I1 e .'I~3 ... 11...1 .31
lSe alhinbalg Ct..........C4 n
S.I ~ini O ltin .
IC~uJI...... ......... 1j m)
i~r~cxoil.......... ....7 0'22.
1.010.............. ....1 *sFum~
SorT~m1..OU ~ .... .... 1 Slam Daly
('barlotte........1 ..l, . CO 33 .Sam a
Uodo.................211pm .
Ilelemomt.............. 2Ipin.a
Lowel............ .... 1.Bpin.
....... ....20131 1.713m
lle~~ea~crCity........Ia f1 t .
1(133g'uMounti.....,... 11 0 .m
E1~1rovc....... .. ... 1431 (.37n'ni
I -it'inmlO.4luirm
(.itlfneyH........12 ....n 12 . in.
Thtceti........... ....22pmn
Cll~on............ .... 2 3pm.
Spil t111l33 g 9.130...m.....0aYpm
l33i I'orel.............. I1:pm
font.......... ..... ' lepi.
i~r33a33~.............. 2p5i.
Urees...................2p11.
'l'ylo.9............... 4'lp-m
(~r~,~eII.............. 271-pm
10245pm 4 -18*91.
tonthd.... ........ 3 Ci 91mi61
Ca~o~g3...............319im
Keowe........... .....3 4pm
............... .... 4 pm .
l'(31303). . . . . . .931 .
C ton i~....... ..........0 .
..'.w..n...... .. .....(33362p
Gutieysv~...........6a & Eypm
rove.Ar.......---.-.... ...... m
(l ieeme it .... ..... 7.0~ m
Ilowi .--. ----..... 7 lu1pm .
11I-llemon..-......... ....... 7 *p.m
L.3do1. .... .... .... . 1.. ... -; :D5nam
r.( halote .......... .. 8n 7 1m 143 .
. Chaio e l. ... ... .. L.1--5m 121)0 'n .35a
todo- ----..--..... ......... 1203pm.
F'oellemon.............. 122';pm .
fLuoel........... .... ....10.3pm ..
1)ltont 1...............Un S12.50m.
N or~s. Ciy-.. .....I(p
.r.ver............ .... ..... .p3pm
TIckettyll.......... ....... 2."31pm
lyn rtanbur .... .... 35nm O3.09p
Gre3CLer.......... ... ........... ..pm .
*lty 1313be 0 3y . .... ...... . .... t,)0 4 51pm~c
('i 31 I enh l. ....l...... wl3 17nm r50i6pm a vo
Keowi r11ee3....... 2p
Sen en ... ..... . .n T 20pm
le instlM lge-... .. n .... 5 54p .m C.
som -.-r --- -- ..., 6 ane i uh pmo D .
LrolMf. Airyd ----..o --..( ....... . 6 ondn6ym
o rnel* a'----- ----- ...... 7 No. pm
.O nrt.?.)vi ---- euon -... .... . ..4 pm n
,4ank............ dl3(.*.........m.7.Opm
Whit-313 lphu. .... .te.......7 ...2pm p ))
A wIlAd' ..o....i. ...4...80p
GuIime...v....le~ rlty. ...am ..212p
O*il .............. ...r..........m
F'owery....ran.h....Clno.........8.3p
.inford........ -.... ..ll........8.40p .
Ottwnne......... ..... 110.............10m6 m
Dulut------- -.... ............8fpm~
Nrpmcar-........ .........20pm.
...r.v....e...... .... .........1 0 sa
...... w. n'..... ...... ........ .....pm~ a
2.1.lie .lrcto -~, .C 7 8r
33r13t0ant i E T.o.l...7ba m 8. ( 5m .
ole ospeciNoly t hatatid h8s Nasd nain, 17 and I
Anasrageets. uIPrse~rAe9
Ocal lal~~er . A. fTRKang
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