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PICXENS SENTINEL,
PIOKENS C. H., S. C.
J. E. HOG$ A CO., Propriesom
Emored at Pickens Postofica as seton* Class
SUBORIPTION PRICB$160 peis Year invaria.
bly In advanoe; for si Zmonths, %-centA.
Avertisements Inserted at'one-dollar per square
of one inob or lees for th Ois' on and
flftcenti fot, each subsequent insertion. A
liberal discount made to mercbants and other
slvertisin6 f, or six Months or a year.
W-P05I&nW ADVIeRrIS E NTS P061
TIVB3IkY NOTTAKEN.
Obituary notices exceeding five lines, tributes
of respt, communications of a personal
carcter,when adiseablo, will be charged
r an advertisements
THURSDAY, MAW -17, 1894.
The Whiskey Problen.
Tut SEm*NRi remarked, as soon as
the dispenrary act was declared un.
constitutional,that the decision plain
1y meant' probibition of the sale, and
manufacture of alcoholic liquors in
this State. The two cases carried to
the supreme court and decided last
week- puts, the questiou beyond all
doubt.
Some arenow wanting to ask: "How
will prohibition- be enforced?" and
saying that it will prove a dead letter,
-because there is no machinery to en
f~roe it.
No machinery is needed. The law
needs to be observed,,more than- en
forced. There is not. one criminal
statute which needs any special ma
chinery to enforce its provisions.
South Carolina's criminal code is coin,
plete. There is a sweepstakes sec
tion which provides a penalty for
every violation- of the law which no
other penalty is provided for.
T say that our citizens, grand
jtriesr trial justices, constables, and
sheriffs, are not sufficient- to. enforce
this or any law, is an idle and petulant
confession of weakness unworthy of a
ftee people. No. community is en
titled to enjoy greater benefits from
the observance and onforcenen t of
any law than its moral sentiment
commands.
The criminal code, the juries and
the courts, make the system through
which and by which the sentiment of
the people asserts itself in procuring
the enjoyment of civil liberty. The
tl'slfing machine, the mill and the
cooking stovo would be useless, if we
were content to pestle the wheat in a
mortar and eat the chaff and tho
bran with the flour.
The advocates of the present do
funAt dispensary and the free whiskey
crowd will alike join in the cry that
prohibition does not prohibit. Be not
deceived. Be not discouraged.
There is a law against gambling,
but people gamble; there is a lawt
against theft, but peoplo steal; there
is a law against mnurde-, but mur-der'
stalks in tho noon-day and at mzid
night- but is the law void? No; with
tireless foot it hunts the murder-er
dbwn;' shackles the foot of the thief I
and breaks the neck of the assassin.
High license wvas observed and vio
latedi the dispensary was observed t
and violated. We had the good of
their observance, and the evil of their
violation. -
Prohibition will be observed and
'violated. Let us try its good and
evd. When we asked the ballot box
fbr the voice of the people it answered,
"prohibition." WV hat a travesty on
republican government, if prohibition
gein not a fair trial! Only those who
love whisliey will seek it and procure
it in spite of the law. This will make 1
them edonomizo the poison. Thus
the viper will only ting the stung.
More Tax. -
Croswell school distriec. No. 1, ad- ~
$oining Easloy, has, so we have been 0
mfbrrmed,. agreed, without a dissent- i
ing vote, to have a special tax levied r
for school purposes. This is the first
district in the county to act under the
new law.
We would like to impress upon the e
people of Easley School Distract the c
fact that a meeting has been called a
for the 14th of this month to levy ac
special tax for school purposes- Tuin
out everybody.-Easley Democrat.
Croewell school district levied a
special school tax last year of two '
. mills, making a total of $188.16, of
which *108.00 is assessed against the
property of 'the railroad and is not
yet paid, but we suppose it will be
soon. Without the railroad, the2
amount would have been $88.16 to bte
divided between the colored and white
schools of the district. This would
cut a poor figure in running the0
schools of the districi. Yet (iroswell
is by far the wealthiest rural dis4-ict,~
in the county. -Then what will' some
of the rest do? Pht en an extra [tax
of two-mills to run the schools onee
month more? They had much better
leave the matter where it is, and lett
- thme tw o mill and poll tax be supple.,
monte-i by individual parents who
can- select a teacher to their tastes I
and run their school ten months in<
the year.
Easley is the wealthiest school' die
trict in the county, but it will be-a big
mistake to lay a- sufficient tax on its
property to run two such as it ought
to have for ton months in the year.
There are nea.Ily as' many colored I
children in that town as white, and e
Shey are going to the public for the t
eduodi~on of the youth-, the puble, i
I' -
ax Is a8 much the property of their
iegro neighbors as that of the whites.
It is surpassing ktrange that our
eoplo cannot tell a good thing when
hey have it, and that they are always
io ready to exchange well known,
'horoughiy tried inexpensive methods
ror plans that have nothing to com
mend them, but the fact that they
%re experiments. MAuch larger towns
than Easley have tried the free school
system of local taxation much to
lheir regret,. and several could be
pointed out in which the system has
been abandoned in disgust. If taxes
are not a bug-a-boo to thrift, enter
priso,.industry and capital, and a re
ward to indolence, what is? For
mercy's sake reduce the taxes Ohl
give us reforml
Coxey~s Perseverance.
They call Coxey a crank, but like
most other- cranke, he has in his
make-up, some of the elements of
success. His perseverance has been
developed out of all proportion to his
other qualities, and completely over
thrown the equilibrium which koeps
the rest of us millions in delightful
rbscurity. Whatever else he may not
be, just at this time Coxoy is a more
widely advertised individual than
President Cleveland. American sen
ators and British lords and commons
are now 'discussing him. The amia
ble old Queen of the Isles roads and
talks about him; and because the
queen is old. and becoming feeble, the
Prince ot Wales, in the twilight, pon
ders over what Coxoy says is the
duty of the government to the citizen.
These are some of the rich rewards
that Coxey can carry in his hat to his
Ohio hlozme, that will help to swell
the box receipts in his prospective
lecture tours.
Some of his friends are quarreling I
because the authorities at Washing
on had him arrested. He has winked
is off eye tired to make them hush.
Io thinks this makes his little teno- 9
nent of clay a storage battery for P
iersonal magnetism, and -whom he "
nagnetizes of him he will take tribute. b
i hero and mnartyt made out of the a
hvholo cloth by persoverance; and. if
1o needed anything elso to fill his y
mp of joy, his divorced wife is mad
lened and chagrined by his success. t
CouldnLt Sell 11s Liquor flere. c
A citizen from Three-and-Twenty i
3reek, Pickens county, drove into the a
ity Friday night with 140 gallons of
iquor in his wagon. lie tried to
ieddle it at $1.40- a gallon, but failed ti
o sell any at that price and took it
iome yesterday, swearing that he ~
ouIld feed it to his hogs before hie t'
on1l(i accept 1less than his first price. al
-Greenville .News, May 13. t
Sonmo of the above statements will de
ot go. ickens county sells very ti<
ttle whiskey to Greenville, but a
alien of it at that price was never
Bfused. Perhn-ps they wanted it on
me. "Eighteen" is the highest g
U
umbered creek in the county, besides, b
!ho ever heard a Pickens man-swear,b
xcept under order of court. TIhen h
e may east a few pearls before swine,
,ut whiskey, never. Such ignorance
f geography and history, on the part i,
*f the News is absolutely without ex- a
Luse-in a dry town. i
That wa a reat gathering at Rock
Iill,.Saturday, and we guess outnum- 0
>ered any which has been in the State ~
or several years. The grand' master,
d1aj. S. P. Dendy, acquitted himself a
andsomely in thme ceremonial of lay
ng the corner stone of the College,
nid his most .admirable address wvasp
.pplauded to the echo. Gov. Tillman t)
ichly merited the thanks of all the r
riends of education, for his thought- h
uLI, timely and eloquent address, the t
reater part of which will be given to a
ur readers next week. He got right p
own to business and let politics drop n
lear out of the way. So there was o
ot a line to mar the auspicious be-. b
inning of South Carolina's greatest C
'ork.
. d
Dr. T. DeWitt Talmago was grently
lorified and congratulated in his ju.n
ilee on the 10th. The world, so to Ic
eak, did him honor. It was the
5th- aniversary of his Brooklyn pas
>rate. On the 13th inst. the fire
end licked up his $400,000 faber-u
acle, on which there was only $130,
00 insurance. This is the third ei
me the tabernacle has been destroy ed of
y fire. But the doughty doctor is "
'repressible, and he goes straight 2
'ay on .the grandest journey he has ti
ver taken. The next tabernacle will cc
ave stones in its walls pickged from th
be four quarters of the globe, or
________ar
In welcoming the Cabinet and Su cli
hi
n the 10th instant Governor O~ler- cc
all made one of the most eloquent in
md impressive eiddressos that distin
fuished orator and statesman has yet
piven on any occasion, and the Pres-.a
dezit's responae was equally appropri. a
bte. The Women's Momumont toe thi
he last "Roman Matron," as LaFay- r
tte -called' the mother of 'Washing.
in, was duly unveiled to the admir- to
sg gaze of the world-.a
Senator Walsh very pertinently ad
vertized Talmage and the South in
his eloquent Brooklyn address last
Friday.
It witt now be vice versa, The
Governor of South Carolina will soon
say to the Governor of North Caroli.
na, "It is a long time between drinks."
A primary for United States Senator
is a fine scheme, and that plan is now
the talk; but under the present con
dition we do not see how it can be
made practical.
The editor of the Greenville News
can go head on the pot-liquor ques
tion. No one can read his editorial
of last Sabbath and doubt that he
wrote from experience.
Col. Niles G, Parker, reasurer of
South Carolina about 1870, died on
the 7th inst. at his home in Escanaba,
Mich. It will be remembered that
he was defeated by F. L. Cardozo in
1872.
The General Conference at Mom
phis, Tenn., proposes to put ReA
San P. Jones on trial for refusing to i
do pastoral work Our sympathies L
aro with the conferenco for fear it will it
be convicted and fined.
The Lnetir tae Is ow con- (
fronted with a deficiency of $300,000,. a
caused by trying to break the record I
in a low tax rate last year. The peo c
ple will now have to pay interest on N
Lhe money they were allowed to keep c
e
back.
What was tho matter wilh the pro
'ibition aldermen of Greenville last t
voek? Had they enjoyed too much e
>f a good thing heaved upon them
Lod been knocked endwise? They r
ailed to specify at two Prohibition a
aeetings of the city couincil. a
The saloon keepers who stumlbled r1
ver each other in their hasto to be
in business under the "free liquor''
roclamation, promptly losed- doors
,hen the supreme court said "prohi. -I
ition." Certainly. The saloon moen o
ro law abiding citizens. al
) a1
Stevenson Archer, of Maryland' at
ias fast week pardoned by Gov. E
rown, for robbing the State, while
reasurer, of $133,000. He was in
ongress six years and the penoten- b<
iary four. This should not deter b<
nyone from running for congress. hi
Sj
Five thousand Breckenridge but- fe
mal have been1 order-ed for his canh- w
ilign in KentLucky, and it is estimatedB
ant 10,000 more will he disposed of j0
a good1 proflt. They boar his pho
graph. Whose photograph will
'corate the buttons for the opposi- do
"I have no machinery to enforce
ohibition." "Oh, if I only had a
mn, I'd shoot that deer," exclaimed
ac excited huntanman as the buck
>unded by. He had forgotten that
e held in his grasp a double-barrelV
aot-gtm, loaded, caplped and cocked.
The Atlanta Jour-nal has just put
a the Thorne type setting machines,
ad is now ready to meet the increas
ag domanda- on its news columns.
iabor-saving and time-saving machin
ry will after awhile do away with
inting the no*spaper, and reading
nd spelling will be dumnped over
mong tihe lost arts. Then what will
ecome of the Thorno typo setters. B3
There is no organize democratic ti
arty in this county or State. The P
tree candidates for governor are a
inning on the populist platform, and ai
ave publichy pledged allegiance to
le principles therein announced, as C(
bove tile obligation to support tihe
ledge *to the demnocr-atic platform
inde in 1892. This takes the bridle tc
ll'. It, reminds us8 of a remark made $
y a facetio us cit.izen about Pickens S
mnnty when it wvas so badly in debt. f
re said tile ensinist wvay out of the
ifliculty was to divide tile county in
luially betwveen Greenville and Oco'
1o. So, now we are populists and '
w-tarifi republicanls.
Cordial ampathf.
Really the present situation is hanrdM
pon our esteemed South Carolina
ntemporaries. Hero we hlave an E
atiro community condemned to intol- Vi
able hardmqip, thr~oughl a confusion
counsel and ambition. There has
at been, as we understand it, any
estion of prohlibition in South Car
ina. (Yes there lhas). Tihe ques
mf was, simply, as to wvho should
ntrol the business and monopolize D)
0 profits-whethler the liquor' deal
a should go on selling good, bad, Ig
d indfferent rum, the smooth first
ass article a~cd thle fiery rot-git, ac
rding to the taste of the individual 10(
yer, or whether thae State should wo
rnor thme trade and deal exclusively to
material of guaranteed quality and bel
oof. .Upon the abstract issue of
ving something to drink, the State fig
as beautifully hlarmonious. High a
a low, rich (and poor, inafluentialan
d obscure, haughty and humble,fo
ey met as brothers upon the broadfo
atform of red liquor and a merry
o. From the aristocratic flzz-wvater
>wn to the lowvly but lihgering pine
p, the people stood as one man for
cohol. And no. e ue.- e m4
Court tells them that since they disa.
gree as to the medium through which E
they are to quench their large Amer. dyi
ican thirst, the thirst shall go un- Re
quenched. wh
"We weep for you," the walrus said; sto
"we deeply sympathize." And in P
Ot
this matter we echo the sentiment of *e
that feeling animal. It seems hard ts
that the whole body of South Caroli- -
na citizens should be exiled from was
sail altogether. No more the morn- So
ing pick-me-up of silver fizz; no snore
the midday Remsen cooler; no -more
the ante-prandial absinthe or the gau
dy cocktail; no more the rich red wine Cu
Af Chamberlin and Bordeaux; no vel
more the soothing night cap B. and Cb
94 no more the cheap and artless )a- tie
ger, the foaming schooner, or the no
modest nip of rye. Such are the gil
tragedies of technicalityl--Washing. fui
kan Post. sal
As Brother. to Sttors.
The celebration in Rock Hill yester
lay of the laying of the corner stont
)f the Withrop Normal and Indus
rial College for Women, may be
ikened to the gushing oi an oasis
pring of patriotism amid an arid
lesert of strife and hatred. As such
L is most grateful. May the day
0on come when the torrid sands
hall be reconquered by the spread
ig waters, and the palms of peace
,rood over a generous soil which now I
desolate.
* *
The addresses made yesterday by
lovernor Tillman and Speaker Jones
ppropriately recognized these facts
nd were attuned to a patriotic note.
uth wree as nearly nun-partisan as
ould have been wished and both OP
?ere good. It gives, us pleasure to
ommend the spirit in which the Gov
rnor met the occasion. His address
as thoughtful, strong and altogeth. UJ
r creditable, and it is easy to see
liat his pride is great in the institu
on whose establishment he has so
arnestly promoted.
Rock Hill and the whole country
>uud combined to do the honors of
hearty hospitality, and the triumph
P civic enterprise made the hearts of
11 her people glad. It was a memo
Lblo day, and one of great good
non.-The State.
Speelmen Cases.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis.,
,is troubled- with neuralgia and
leumatism; his stomach was dis
dered; his liver was effected to an
arming degree; appetite fell away, IA
id he was terribly reduced in flesh
id strength. Three bottles of
lectric Bitters cured him.
E dward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., "
d a running sore on his leg of for
ght years' standing; used three gun
>ttles of Electric Bitters and seven pair
>xes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and
s leg is sound and well. John N
>eaker, Catawba, O., had fie large stri
ver sores on his leg; doctors said he
is incurable. One bottle Electric E.
ters and one box Bucklen's Arnica
lvu cured him entirely. Sold by MU
PFall.
Finest Cicily Lemons 20 cents per~~
sen at Mri's. fiLl
REAT EXCITEMENT
IN GRlEENYILLE. DR
far to the Knife in the
J."
.O.LOE & CO.'S
ADVERTISEMENT.
Tht
While we sell the Finest and
est Fitting Clothing and Shoes T
Lat money can buy, we also Th
rovide for' those who can't
ford to buy our best goods.
id here are some of the prices:
Boys' Knee Pants from xo
nts up..
Children's Suits 50 cents, 4
13 years. Better ones for
.00, and Real Good School POi
Jits with two pair of Pants
r $3.50..
Men's Extra Strong Work-Wi
g Pants 50 cents. p
Men's and Boys' Black and Nol
mncy Mixed Sack Suits from T
-.50 up. .T
A thousand pairs Fan c y
ixed Socks, for -men and
mys, 5 cents a pair-good
Jeans Drawers 25 cents.SL
G BARGAINS IN FINE HATS!
Wc are selling Hate Way n
>wn Below their Value, ri
(NCY COLORED SHIRTS
NVe were fortunate in securing e
dozen fine Negligee Shirts at a
rideorful bargain, and we are going
sell them at prices never heard of
)ur prices are printed in plain
ire4 on the tickets of our garments It
i they are inflexible.apr
Ve will chenrfully rtur tnn the money pr
all unsatisfactory purchases. Tr c
F. w. POE & 00. 8."
have:
LEENVILLE, - 8. C.. casle
Emandree er estmeaseg.
Itomach dIseases, sich as indigestion
pepsla, etc., ae hard to cure with ordli
y remedies, but Tyner's Dysppela
nedy never falle. 'Abousands say s
o have been cnred. If you have a
mach trouble It to your duty to investi.
D untilyou find a cure. "8end for book
particulars "How to Cure Dyepepsla"
i-to Chas. 0. Tyner, Druggist, Atlau
Ga5.
Peppers Natural Leaf and Silver
d Plug Tobacco at Morris's.
nuenIe'r Arniea salvo,
rhe Best Salve in the world fox
te, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe.
' Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
ilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup
us, and positively cures Piles, or
pay required. It is guaranteed to
'e perfect satisfaction or money re
ided. Price 25 cents per box. For
a by W. 1'. McFall.
TTENTION
YOU WANT TO BUY
GOOD PIANO, ORGAN
SEWING MACHINE, CALL
US OR WRIT'E,
lexander
Bros. & Co.
reenville, S. C.
kirs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Children Teething" softens the
is, reduces inflamation, allays
and cures wind colic 25c. a bottle
elson Morris and Co's., breakfast
>, at Morris's.
n erson, 8. C. J. cEue 5.0 C
IRAY & BOGUS,
ATTORNEYa A T LAW,
PICK ENS, 8. C.
.& wELDON,
DFNTISTB,
in Street. GREENVILLE, S. C
xorra wth ay and Frkday, and
. P. CA RLIsLE,
DENTIST,
over Westmorand Bros & Duke's Drug
l0tf GR~EENV1LLE, s. U.
FITZGERALD,
PROTOGRAPHER
GREENVILI.E, 5.C.
doneatyoreland Bros' Drug Store. All
enla rgements from ol picturst ay
photograph..
B 01d Oakeni Bucket,
B Iron-Bound Bucket,
e Moss-Covered Bucket,
1i1 sounds mighty well.
~UT
'a drink that's enchant.
ig,
ie with heat you are
anting,.
hing equals the SODA
at SLOAN BROS. Sell.
)AN'S e SUHER
DRINKS
[EST * ON: *ERTHS
T..X.L.
FORl PAIN.
always relieves when properly
ad. Sold by all druggists.
25 cents. Prepared by
.*L. Co., 0. M. DEMPEY
gor, 230 Main St, Columbia,
Ask your druggist for it, arid
ao other. C. N.. WYArrr, Agt
NUMBER
103
Main x Street,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
We are just now receiving
and SUMMER CLOTHING t
this season. We bought close -
can and will sell cheaper than at
you will be rewarded with the si
Lowest Prices ever shown in the
FREE WITH EVERY BOY'
SMITH & ]
LEADING CLOTHIERS
CoMI AD 0RW tILLL
Samuel Spencer, F. W. Huidekopsr and Reubin
Foster, Receivers.
Condensed Schedule in effect Dec. Si, '893.
Trains run by 76th Meridian Time.
No. 1 No. 1t
Daily SATroxs. Daily. k
7 15am........ LCharleston, Ar... 84pm
11 20am........Colu mbia. "... .... 4 l5pm
l2 ..........Alston "........ 330pm
121 .....-..." Ponaria "........ 3 14pm
12 pm. " PMosperity ...255pm
12pm.." Newbrry ". 239pm
12 5p........ Holena ........ 2 m
pm.." Chappell's ... 1 0pm
8pm......." Ninety Six ". 32pm
2 m...... . " Greenwood ........12 55pm
300 pm......... Hodge's "........12 35pm
3 W P .......-Donnald's ........12 16pm
935pm....... " onea Path " ..1203pm
55m..........Ar Belton Lv..........11 m
400pm............Lv Belton Ar. .. 114 m
4 sPm.........Anderson... . .....I1 1pm
4 pm............Pendleton ............10 36pm
53 0m.......ArnecaLy..... ..10 00m
5 m....... Lv Seneca Lv ........ 9 4 m
626pm..........Ar Walhalla Lv... 9 m
515pm. Ar Greenville Lv.........10 15pm
Between A.nderon, Belton and Greenville.
Daily.
No. 11 STA iONS. No. 12
3 0pm.........Lv Anderson Ar.. 1207pm
40 m...........Ar Belton Lv.........11 45pm
400p ..-.-........Lv Belton Ar-.......... 113 pm
4 20pm........Ar Williamston. Ar....... 9pm
4 26pm..........P'eler.... ...11 3pm
4 4pm .........Pedmont... ......1048pm
it 1pm.-..........Greenville ...... ... i5pm
Between Charleston, Columbia, Alston and
Spartanburg.
Daily.
No. 18. STA TIONS. No. 14.
7 15am..... Lv Charleston Ar........ 8.45pm
5 10am.......Lv Columbia Ar...... 1.0 m
550pm...............Alston..... .....12.p m
6 44pm..............Carlisle. .....11.=pm
653pm...........santuc... ... ....1117pm
710pm.... ......Union .... ...10 59pm
7 0pm.........Jonesville............10.ripm
7 mi,.......... Pacolet ........... 1034pm
8 10pm....,Ar Spartanburg Lv........10.00am
112 0p . Ar Asheville Lv.........650am
Between Newberry, Clinton and Lauren.
Daily Except Sunday.
No. 15. STA TIONS. No. 16.
11 20am..Lv Columbia Ar......4 11pm
l01~ .......Newberry.........,1230pm
1 :...... GoldIVille.......... 35am
2 Iam'........... Clinton ..........11 10am
350pm...Ar LaurensLv....1040am
B'etween Hodges and A bbeville.
No. 1I. STA TIONS.~ No. 10
3-05pm...Lv Hodges Ar........25pm
825pm......... Darrauh's........... 235pm
34pm..Ar Abbevi leLv.......20pm
1240pm.....Lv [odge. Ar--....125m
I 00pm,......... Darraugh's .......-...12 O~m
llpm... .-. . AA bbeville Lv....... 110m
Connections via South Bownd Railroad..
Daily.
No. 38. No. 88 -
6.45am..Lv Columbia Ar..... ... 2.40pm
!!.30am... ..Ar Savannah Lv. .....1020am .
No.. 18 and 14 are solid trains between Uharles ~
ton and Asheville.
Thrwg cochbetween Savannah and Ashe
Trains leave Spartanburg, A. & C, division,
northbound, i.4-a m. 5.05 p .6 .m e
W. N. C. division, 6.20 and 8.10 p. in., for Hen
dersonville, Asheville and Hot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville, S. C., A. & C. division,
northbound, 12.42.a. mn., 4.00 p. mn., 6.28'(V'estibnl.
ed limited): southbound, 1.20 a. mn., 4.00 p. in.
12.29 p. m. (Veshibuled limited).
Trains leave Seneca A. & O. division, north
bound, 11.30' p. m., i.27 p. mad410p
southbound 2.32 a. in., 6.3 D.m. and .lO7 .;
pala 'ern 18 and 14 between Cbarles.
tw and Asheville, via Columbia and Spartan.
Pullman palace sleeping car on trains 31 and
16,3/ and 38 on A. & . diision.
V. E. McBBE,
Gen'l Superintendent, Columias, 8. 0.
- 8. H. HARDWICK,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. A gt., Atlanta, Ga.
WN. HT. GREEN,
Gen'i Manager, Washington, D). C.
W. A. TURK,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Washingt'on, D). C.
SOL HAAS,
Trafilo Manager. Washington, D. 0
Duke'R Clippings and Bedford City
Smoking Tobacco at Morris's.
Best Pickled Cucumbers 13 for 10
cents at Morris's.
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PRICE 50 CENTS PE R BOTTL.E.
FOR SALE BY DnUGGISTS.
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THE PLACE TO
GET YOUR
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th freshest stock of SPRING +
lat will be seen in GreenviH4:
nd at great advantage, We
kybody. Come in and see and
ght of the Finest Goods at the
market. A BALL and BAT
S SUIT,
BRISTOW,
, GREENVILLE, 8.0C.
I II11HND a DANILI L I
Samuel Spencer, F. W. fluldekoper and ReMbim
Foster, ERceivers.
Atlanta & Charlotto Air-Line
Division.
schedule in effect July 2nd, 1696.
NonmoutxV. No. 36 No. a21.'No. IS
Eastern Timt. DaIly. Daily. Daily
1:7. Atlanta (E T)..~.. 6.45pm 910am 16pm
Peachtree ....... .. .
:4 B Junction .. ... . .....10am ..
. win.. ......... ........ 10.am
Chamblee ..... .... ........ 10 2am
" Doraville........ ....10 slam .
" Norcross ...... ...7323pm 10 39am .
"1 Duluth... .............1060am .
"uwanee......... .......01cm
Buford...... .. 11 3am
"~ Flowery Branch - 11 2am
"0Oden's..............''''1133am
Gainesvile..... " 10 pm 11 46M ~
"Now Bolland.am... .
" White sulphur..... '-"' "" 12 .
Lula.... ....... 840pm 12 12pm.
Bellton.....--........2 l4pm.
Longview....... ..... 1 28
Corneisa..... ......12~" m.
Ar. Mt Airy ............ 63m .
Lv. Mt Airr......* o iepm .
Ayersvi le .. .... 10 pM
Tocoa..........921pm up
Folsom 6.4..0.
" Madison..,,........
Harbins............. 1pm ..
Wetminster ... .. ....... 2 m
Richland ......... ......2 pm .
SSeneca ... ............. .37pm
" Keowee ........0 1pm 4pm
" Calhoun ............... ''" ''pm''
SCentral............ 37pm 3 0pm ----ps
Liberty ................. a am
" .Weor- 11M 2
--------.. . ...... 0p
"Gprtnur. Jnc-.-... 542pm
".C...r..nburg.-...........43150pm:.2
---an'....... ........0pm .
- -............4 a 11pm -.
B lacsurg.......100p6m.g
.. ............. ......... m .
....n.....n..a.n......... .37m - - -
"Bes.r.Cty-----....a .... p4mn
"Gacstonr....... 11am 607p -------
GrLover................... ,11pm ---
-Benement..............5p ----
-Lodo............. ... .... 12p.
Ar. Charlotte ,...,. 30m pm
Nlo. 35.1N .. 11 i. ~
Sourusouxrn. Daily. Daily. 5sany.
v. Charlotte.....,. 1125pma i2 00 'n *.J6am
.Lodo ...-........ ........ 1211pm .
Lo...e..................2p..
Gastonia..... .12.0am 12pm.
BesmrCity--.--.---.-.... lpa .
Eing's Mountain .... ... 1.10m. -... 4
Grover.--.--......-..... . pm .
Blacksburg.... ... 1244am 1.47pm @40
Glaffney......... 1259am 2.7pm
Thi..ke..y........... ......2.m
Cowp. ne....-..... -...... n
Clifton ............. ....p.
Spartanburg...1.. 35am 10,p nag
: partanburgJuno.. .....,..03pm ,.
ar Forest........ ....... 3pm..
Wellfod ......... ........ 3pm
Duncan's...............6pm
Grees............. ...,..35pm
Greenville........2.2am 4. pm 12p
Crosewell----.......---....420 m 2p
Easleys............ .4am 43pm.'"
Central.. .... ,,...31 7am bl06pm .'"
Calhoun.......... ......1pm 10p
Keowee-......... 24pm ."'"
eea .......,. .40am 6 .""
Westminster....... ..,.,..*4p -.
Harbin.. .*.-..6
Madison '" "' "....6 pa.....
F olsom..... ".... 11Upm e.
Tpcca"."'."'''........610pm...
A rse''--''.4.26am 628pm...
r t.Airy.'''''''''-........ 36m...
iv ML Air? " "' '''-'-..643pm.,.
* Clorn~a" "- .......7pm....,
Ben..n """"" .--"-1pm.
Lula ''-'- - --.... 750m ..
Whit'e'idl'h'r-.'.".......72pm.
Ginsie..'.'... '*'i$a 6.12m 3 33
Oe's ....... .... .......0pm..
Fl6wery Branob.-.. ........pm
Boford...... -.... .. .....8.4pm.
....an......... ..... ...... 85pm..
Duluth.....---....--.....9.pm .
Nor..ro....--.-.-...---.....pm.
Doravine-------... 9 m .
Goodwin's,-.------.......p. "*'
Belt Junction..."""*.......
Peachtree..'"'"."""".""""."".*
r Atlanta (B."T.j'.'..'' '1'0am 10'1pm 45
ote especially that trainsN15, 16, 17 and 29
l ru eween Cornt lie and Atlanta insta
Lule and A tlanta. Agents will give all pb.
ity possible and have newspapers make zoee)
ngln acordance with our existing advet.
GeIPs.W. A. TURK,
Ass'I Gen'l Pass. A ' 1ntG.
Superintendent Atla:nta, Ga.
General Mana Waingto',.
Traffl Manager Wahnigtom, Di. P.
E ATLANTTIoCOAST LZM3R R
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
Wilmington, N. C., Jan. 14, 10,
east Line between Chaulesto1 and Gelumbia
I Upper South Carolina and Western North
rolina and Athena and Atlanta. Condesed
ln-es- STATIONS. GonEas.6
lWam..v Charleston, S. C., Ar...3. n
S0m.......Lanes. .--... 700pm
....................8mr.............. 5. as
)5m....Ar Columbia Lv...... .
m............Prosrity......... .351 pn
m.......New.ry------....... m
4lpm.......Greenwood...........1J.
.p..............Abbevie ..,......1g
6Pm...........Aens...........1.anm
1pm... ....Atlanta-............ .3a
T ..,.-..Winboro.........1.s
......Charlotte, N. O0 e
4pm..........Anderson...........11as
1m..........Greenville.........16 5sa
pm..........partanbu..........10 Wm
pm.Bendersonvlle, . C... ya
.....Asheville, N.0....O5 a
irleeton and Columbia, S.C.
i. M. EMERSQ ,
ULAuet Gen'l Pasepgeg,
6en-) Manager. e TYIM MEana'get

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