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PICKENS SENTINEL
PICKICNs (. Hi., s. C.
J. E. 110os & CO., Proprietors. el
INtered at Pickens Postolinco as Second Cltsa g
Matter.
SUIBSCRIPTION PRICE; $i.a0 per Year invaria- tC
bly it advatico; for six mno1:ths, 75 cents.
Advertisements inserted at one dollarpor square CU
of one inch or less for the first insertioi aid
fifty cents for each subsequent ilisortion. A PC
liberal discourit imido to merclhaits atid other
advertisin - for six montlhs or a year.. . II
gW"POSITiON ADVIEltTislMENINTs POSI
TIVElaY NOT TAKEN. eN
Obituary notices exceedin-g five I'es, tributes
of rezpect, conmmunications of a personal
character, when admissable, will be charged
for as advertisements
THURSDAY, MAY 24,1894. .
Our Boys. I
In a few years the boys of this b
country will be its men. The charac
ters that are now being moulded in
the hearts and souls of th boys will
soon be in control and give direction
- to Church and State. The engineer
twho lays the line and marks the
curves of a railroad has tho control
ing power over the mighty trains that
. roll on forove:. Those who aro now
moulding -the characters of our boys
are laying the traok for future years.
Very few feel the great -responsibility
of the hour. There is more interest
in the garden and the cotton patch.
The boys must be fed and clothed,
even if their moral and spiritual na
ture is starved. ' "Bowaro of the lean
Cassius," was spoken more of the
moral than of the phy'sical man.
"The lean Cassius" is now feeding the
voracious and corrupt appetite formed
- in his boyhdod, upon the happiness
n prosperity of this country. Men
make things to suit the tasto bred in
the boys. Not the taste of the well
dressed towi boy, not the taste of tho
weil-dressed country boy rules, but
that which results from the combined
innate force of character in all boys.
The half-clad, half-educated, obscure,
little- fellows from the buts of tlo
mountains and forests of the coun
try, forgo to the front with nerves of
stoel and lion hearts to stand for
granito columns in the State. Some
special provideneo made them men
whilo boys, to teach the teachers wis
ill, and man the lifo boats in times
of peril. We need more of them in
preparation. Times are more perilous.
But the present tendency is to micake
them few. We are all so dovoted to
our imnediato gain, to our own pres
ont selfish enjoyment, we havo not the
sense to see 11ow wo are rlobbill outr
solves and oir boys in paving tribute
to base ball parks, biiyclo factories,
and barrooms. Not, that some such
* reeation and indulgence is harmful
as a pas~timeO, but it has assumed the
r-oil of bulsiness, anid (educLation and
moral training aroc muade the pastime.
The wholo .body politic is now suiffer
ing fromn tihe evil results of neglect- d
ing the boys by~ careful, assiduous at- e
* tentlon to indulging their whiims. b
- Work, privation, harudshmip, self-denial b~
miake physYicail and imoral muscxle andc ii
disinfect the heamrt. If he is not nat- t
r-ally meau, the poor- boy has the a
best fortune.,
God pity thee boy that has nothing
to do but devise now schemes of self.
i-1 enjoyment. His education is oft- e
v
en a failure, because it is sought as a
means for further indulgence. Itt
cuimbers mlore thanl it develops. It
takes root inl the phiysical manm and i
grows downlwar-d, instead of in the
mor-al man anid gr-owing upwar-d into
a symetr-ical char-actor. Useful boys I
make useful meon. Woe to the boy<
that has not world Work is the only
wholesome food- for- the mind. Idle. I
ness poisons the hear-t and dlwar-fs the mi
intellect. The best thing that could( 1:
happen to some boys would be for
them to be kidnapped by sonme one
who would use them. Tile youngr
-hawk must have a day of fasting be
fore lie will fly. Put him on his miet-r
tie. Shut oflf his indulgence. D)is. 0
apploint im. Deny him, but never
fool him. If his sweet will is never
balked or oppiosedl. it will never bo0 a e:
sweet will. If lie loves bad company a~
- make him road good books, not good- w
y-goody books like much of the tr-ash b,
. which finds its way into the Sunday
school librar-ies; but a good hard
- book. F'ut him where he will think al
and pout if lhe likes. Never let go"
his heart. Never let him forget that C
.you love him. As y-ou value yourt
own happiness, never forget that that
boy has downright good hard sense. ri
He is more terrible in this, than an tI
army with banne-s. He has mor-e mi
sense than a statesmatr Talk to him aj
like lie was a man. He wvihl know
what y'ou mean, and be a ma Be
honest ~with him and he will be honest.~
Be true to him, and he wvill b)0 true. d
Make a toy of him and he will toy , e
with you. In p~hysical command~
hmim; in morals persuade him by b
precept, by examln)e. Be his equal, b
his playmate, his sympathizer, his au- v
perior only in knowledge, not in
sense. Be his. father and lie w~ill be
*yoyr son. Bie his mother and ho will 0
be your boy. Then theosublime Who,
the W hich and the What of his life
trgeomnipotent force that will
Mhaa isrm for the right, as gravity- C
SK for 'the conter of the earth. His k(
4 4uacter is buil6 inuobedienco to nat-d si
al law. le is bound to the right
a drawn steel wire cablo-strong
than a'cast steel crow bar. But
"atify your Inordinato love for hi
dy, and you damn his soul. Yield
his whims, lot him chooso his owr
ips, and he will fill his heart witi:
>ison, his head with fiction and hi:
puth with vain'words. By the in
:orablo law of affinity, he is drawi
the evil. The seeds planted in hil
3art bring forth fruit after thei
ind. The fruit is the food of lami
es, of communities, of nationE
.cop tho boys right, and there wil
e no wrongs.
While the county conventions i
klabama wore electing delegates t
he State Convention 'last week I
mine that State's next' Governor, ti
Ltlanta Constitution and the Journ
vould stand the average reader o
kis head. Each printed column c
olumn of matter claiming the 'Stal
or its own man, making positil
-laims, and in many instances t
lews was sont to the two papers I
;ho same man. He would give 0
Journal Oaes and. the Constitutiti
Johnston news, and the final admi
sion was that it is doubtful yet whi<
will be named.
'Ihero has been and is now gre
sufllering on the coakt among whi
peoplb who suflered from the Augu
storm. It appears that their gre
destitution has not attracted the i
tentioln of the Red Cross Socie
which has done so much to relic
the sufifering and save the lives of ti
colored peoplo. Any contributions
theso people will be worthily bestoi
od, aind if sent to THE SENTINEL wi
be promptly forwarded and achnoiw
Ddged in these columns.
There was a disastrous conflagri
lon in Boston last evoek. Nearly tw
mudred buildings were bArned an
,le loss will probably exceed $500,
)00. The board of Aldermen applie<
b the Trustees of the Johnstom%
lood fund to expend the balance rc
unining in their hands for the reli(
A tho sufferers from the fire. It i
mid to have been the most disastrou
n'that city since 1872.
The storm on Lake Michigan las
Iriday was the most disastrou
mown for years. Many, lumbe
rafts were torn from their mooring
>y the violence of thme wmnd and wavel
Lmd driven upon01 the shore at Chicam
o, and crushed like egg shells
[here was considerablo loss of lif
nmd a g.rea t loss of propeJ)rty'.
Th semcd Cotton Plant very
eft ly raised the flood- gate for Goy
rw)ir Tillmani to catch Populist fish,
uit the Governor was too proumd of
is D~emocratic pants to muddy them
1that wvater, and1( prefers no fish to
io sacrifice. Shut down the gate
Lid drown yourself in . 'a dry nill
'..nd, contemporary.
Candidate's Elloribe and Evans
umnot vote for Governor Tillmani
'ithout going back on their pledge
support the "demands." Gov
rnor T1iltlan thinks no more of slap
ing the Alliance than ho doues of be
meading a trial justice.
The People's Journal and the Ens
cy D~emioarat are about to got into
on troversy on the silver question:
hey ought to writo a few articles o:
>ve, friendsh ip and charity--subject
s Josh Billings Hays: "That nivi
az bin ritten onto."
CongreasnlnShll lld out th<
aform camp, when he was accused1 o
betting the aiitis in corrupting th<
aform press. His denials bear th<
mphatic ear marks of the historir
[arch Manifesto.
THLE SNNEbe I, 1'm1hlas bee ar
OportL singer, but. the People's Jlour
11 wvarns the Easloy Dcmnocrat thai
hen it listens to TulE SENTINEL, it iE
aing wooed by the voice of a siren,
Th~lo Sara toga Presbyterian Ger.
Assembldy is uinanimiously in favor
organic uinion wvith the Southeorn
murch. Nashvillo is not quite ready
respond
Thme ejyrage (omigesEman is now
mnnin)g for renomnination between
e Sylla of [lhe indolent appointed
1( thme Charybdis of thme active dis.
>p)Ointed.
T1hie announcenmnt columns of TH.
SNTINEL and DoemOcrat are like the
unmoeratic 1platform-there are no
Lndidates running on them.
Several wvorthy citizens whose namnes
ave not been mentioned have their
poms for the office of County Super
isor, tied out to grass.
If SenatorIly value his good
pinion of the reform papers in South
arolina he should cease to peruse
beir columns.
''hAlince may not understand
'evornor Tillman'e position, bu El
rbo and Evans do. so thm Govrno
If no one else runs for the HMuse,
the senior editor of TuE SENTINEL Vill
try to find timo to serve the people
of Pickens coumty i' that capacity.
We should pot like to ee tho offico
hunting the man.
If Coxey could arrange a war be
tween England and the United States
by some judicious seal fisheries gos
sip, his army could then untie the
government purso strings, and make
the Democratic party a thirty years
success.
If you are aching to run for office
- lot tho editor pull you for five dollars.
n This is the only scheme by which you
o can be absolutely certain that the
a governmnent can get on without you.
e What has Tom Watson and the
11 Populists against the Atlanta Consti
tution? Their convention in Atlanta
gave its unqualified indorsencut to
' that great paper.
P0
1e If Senator Irby does not apply the
)y Pullman air brakes to the gubernato
le rial boom of General Ellerbe, it will
m soon bo beyond lis control.
: It is now pretty well settled that a
lady will run for the ofice of School
Commissioner for Pickens county this
at year.
to -- -
Mt Governor Tilbmuiii's reply to the Al
at liance question is a long-roined Dem
ocratic 11l1ter, for the Populist Bull.
Why should the voto on the Son
1 ate Tariff bill awaken any special in
9 terest in South Carolina politics?
V- A magnificent spread, if we could
V get it-tho Wilson Tariff Bill spread
ulpon the Statute bhok as law.
Hon. W. C. o.e clp-ge's op.
ponent has his canpaign hat plumed
o with a few scandals to refute.
Colorado has kicked up as much
ifuss about free silver as South Caroli
na did about Nullification
Seoveral prospective candidates have
f fallen into the shaft of the Clardy
s. gold m1ino near Secona.
The report that Governor Tihlinan
ias joined Johnt C. Sheppard's church
lacks Collirna111t ion.
R H1('n. %. 1. E'val has with mo1st
r befitting ceremony laid his guberna
I toral boom to rest,.
Bland's Kanmsas City free silve suce
ce~ss gave his adherents the sore
throat.
'The rmg is ahv~ars' the Lcwd thaut
hold( then ofhlces and1( passM themI arlound.
There isnot on to th9iebll yet in
the irow for- legislative honors.
Last week the Ocala platform was
tihe limb of a tree.
About 5 o'clock last Tuesday morn
ig the main building of Clemson
(College, the Dormitory, accidentally
caught firle and was burned. The
boys all escaped unhurt, but most of
them lost thleir clothing. Tile build.
Sig wvas insured. Full particulars
later.
Theo S. (1. & G. Ilr~soad,
Nowv York; M ay 17 -Of the $5,.
- 000,000 stock of the noCw South Ca
i olina an~d Georgia Railroad Company,
. the successor of the (old Sonlth Caro
linla railroad, Charles Parsons takes
$4,000,000, whlichl carries conltrol.
9 Holders of thle 01(d bonds get a por
r tion of tihe balance of tile stock.
Charles Parsons is p~residenlt of tile
newY companly andl Charles Parsons.
I Jr-.1 is vice president. George Par
f sons, K. B. Wesson, William Lunnnnis,
Edwinl Parsons and WV. H. Pratt, Jr.' 1
are (expected to 1)0 the no0w board of
dlirectors wvhichl will 1)0 announced inl<
a few days.
C. M. IVard, who has lon~g and ac
ceptably filled the plosition of general
manager of tile road, has1 been retain)- -
edl ill tile same1 position.
Th arsons' -interest 'will nlot be
connlectedl with tile active mlanlage
menlt of tihe road, ibut will na(1me a
Southern man11 as5 vice pres5ident and1( i
general malnlager iln charge of traflig
atT~irs.
It will be tile po0liy of tile r'oad to la
foster local industries as miuc-h as pos- E
siblo.-Stato.
The Chicago Herald explains it in
tis way: "The Sulpreme Courlt hieldl
inl its first dcision that tile dispensa
ry system wvas unlconstitutional. In
its secondc decision it was hold( thaft
only the dispensary part (of the Till.
manl Act was invalid. That p~art
which pr-ohibited tihe granting of lig.
1u01 hielnses was not invalidlated1, but
stoodl as law. Tile repelalJing clauses,
hlowever-, fell with tile dispenmsarlv prlo- I
visionsi of thle Act. This ruling left
mn force tihe statuto pr'ohibiting tile
sale of liquor withlout a liceinse antd 1
thamt part of tile Tillmtani Act ptohib- w
ilinmg the granting of licens.es for the tr
sale of liqluor'. It amlountds to the es- b)
tablishlment of prloihition by jud(icial
process." Th'iis is doing-very wvell for
a p~ap~er thait studies thte si tua0tionl at Iit
so long range. The Herald will be at
interested, hlowever, to be informed a
little farther. The fact of tile case is f
that prohibition, 811ch as it is, has
been established by needless mun~lici
pal misappr)lehlension) of a simple judi
cial, mter-pretation of a compound
legislative enactment. - News and
COurimr
Aix Effort for Iminilgration.
E. Kohn, of Charleston and Now
York, was here yesterday, returning
from a visit to lands of Col. J. E. la.
good and others in Pickens county.
Mr. Kohn has a '-and and immigra.
tion bureau and is in touch with
1,200 emnigration agencies in various
Parts of Europe. Hie will have an
interview with Governor Tillman re
garding a general and energetic
movement to attract inimiration to
this State. lie wil probably return
to this city and open a branch office
in a few weeks.-Greenvillo News.
J. A. McCollough, of counsel for
Capt. J. Mims Sullivan, now confined
in jail here under sentence of death
for tho killing of H. G. Gilreath in
Greenville, has filed a motion before
the Supremo Court to suspend the
hearing of the motion for an appeal
and to romand the case to the Circuit
court to hear a motion for a new trial
on the ground of after discovered ev
idence. The new evidence will im
peach the testimony of McCarter, a
witness for the State, and will also
introduce the testimony of two wit
nesses who will testify that they saw
Gilreath attempt to draw his pistol.
People's Advocate, Anderson.
Notice
Is heroby given that every owner of
personal property within the corporate
limits of the town of Pickens, is re
quired to make a fair and just return
of the same, under oath before the
clerk of council, on or before tho 2d
day of June next. By order of the
council, this 4th day of May, 1894.
J. J. LEWIS, Intendant.
C. E. ROBINSON, Clerk.
Hiteklenii's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salvo in the world for
Cuts, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
ver Sores, Totlor, Clhaped Hlands
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or
no pay required. - It is gutara nteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
ftided. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by W. T. McFall.
Duike's Clippings and Bedford City
Smoking Tobacco at -lorris's.
Finest Lino of Canned Peaches
an11d Tomatoes at MAorris's.
Kansas City Dried Beef 12) cents
per lb. at Morris's.
Best Pickled Cuconbers 13 for 10
cents at Morris's.
larbles, all sizes and prices at
M orris's.
Country Hamas 1o conts per lb. at
%Lorris's.
. Best Muscavado molasses at Mor
El1s I:t.
1REAT EXCITEMENT
INGREENVILLE.
hIr to the Kilife in the.
P.W. POE & CO.'s
ADVERTIS3EMENT1.
While we sell the Finest and
Best Fitting Clothing and Shoes
that money can buy, we also
p)rovide for those wvho can't
ifford to buy our best goods
cin here are some of the prices:
Boys' Knee Pants from 10
:enlts up.
Children's Suits 50 cents, 4
:o 1 3 years. Better. OneCs for
4i.oo, and Real Good School
suits with two pair of Pants
or $3.50.
Men's Extra Strong WVork
nig Pants 50 cents.
Men's and Boys' Black and
rancy Mixed Sack Suits from
i2-50 up.
A thouisand pairs Fan c y
Iixed Socks, for men .and
oys, 5 cents a pair-good
alue.
Jecans Drawer6 25 cents.
~IG BARGAINS IN FINE HATS!
We are selling Hiats \Vay
)owvn Belowv their Value,
'ANCY COLORED SHIRTS
We wer-e fortunate in secuing
doza (lZineii( Negl igeo Shirts aft a
onderful bargain, and we are going I
sell them iat prices never hearid of
~fore.
Our pricos are printled in lini
utres onl the tickets of our garments
ld they are inflexible.
WVe will et~fully return the money
r all uinsatisfactory' purchases. r
F. W. POE&CO.
UEENVILLE. -- S*. 0..
Hundreds of Witnesses.
Stomach diseases, stich as indigestion,
dyspepsia, etc., are hard to cure with ordi
nary remedies, but Tytner's Dyspepsia
Remedy never falls. Thousands say so
who have been cured. If you have a
stomach trouble it is your duty to investi
gate until you find a eure. "Pend for book
ot particulars "llow to Cure Dyspepsia"
free-to Chas. 0. Tyner, Druggist, Atlan
ts, Ga.
"Mr-s. Winslow's Soothing yrup
for Ohildren, Teething" softens the
gums, reduces inflamation, illays
pain and cures wind colic 25c. a hutle
TTENTION
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
A GOOD PIANO, ORGAN
OR SEWING MACHINE, CALL
ON US OR WRITE,
Alexander
Bros. & Co.
Greenville, S. C.
I. B. mu I AY, J. E. IiOGGS,
Anderson, S. C. ieke,.4..S. C
i1URIRAY & IOGGS,
ATT0RfNEVS AT LAW,
PICK ENS, S. C.
ILL & WELDON,
DENTISTS,
122 Main Street. GREENVILLE, S. C
Gas given every itirsday and Friday, and
teeth extracted without pii,
)it. J. P. CARLIISLE,
DEIN TIST,
Office over Westmnorelati Bros & Duke's Drug
Ujai,,9(t GREENVIL LE, S. U.
JC. F ITZGEi E R\l ,
PHOtiTOGR A PHl ER
GR EEN VI E, . C.
Over WVestmora1ln rs'. Drug Storo. All
d7e in warter c Iors, crayon, Indila ink, oil and
The .
DEVWL
Has Uot
BOTH
Ar'oundl the man that
thinks that modecrate
Whiskey dinkling will .
not hurt him!
a
SLOAN'S
5U1I'MER RINKS~
Are delightfully refresh
lug and can't hiurt AN Y
DINE!
They ar'e ever'ybody's
D~rinks and( Eiverybody
SLOAN BROS.
SBest of Everything in DRUGS I
FOR PAIN. j
It always relioves when proindCly
ppriod. Sold by all dru'iggists.
>rico 25 cents.. -Prepaired by'*
2.- X. L. Co., C. AM. D~MPMEY,
danager, 230 Mlain St., Columbia,
I. &. -Ask your drulggist for it, andj
Lavo no othor. C. N. WYATT, Ag t.
SLAU G
CLOTHIN
SMITH &
Will offer for 30 days the follow- 'I
ing lots of Fine Frock Suits at I.
a terrible Sacrifice : .
Lot 1- 37 Suits, 34 to 42, at
$12-50. None of this lot has v
ever been sold for less than
$16.50, and many of them at
$20 and $25.
'Lot 2. 12 Suits, 34 to 42: at f
$o. This lot was sold from n
$15 to $16.5o.0
Lot 3. 9 Suits, 34 to 42, at
$7.50. These suits were sold
from $10 to $1 3-50- t]
mi h
COLUMBlIA AND GRANVILLE
Samtuel Spceor, 1. W. Hulekop.3r and Relnih
Foster, Rteceivers.
Condensed Schedule In etreet Dec. "1, 1893.
Tralis run by 750% M erlithin Tine.
No. I . * N 12
Dally SrATIOXS. Duly.
S5am.....Lv. Irle:.tor, Ar 8 4pm
1 20am1........." Colu nhia " .... - 1,m
12 03pm ........ Alston ........ 3 30pm1
22 18pm ........ ". 'nari " ........ 3 1-1pm
12 35) 11m........ ".Prosper-Ity " .... .... 2 55p1n
12 5opm........" New werry 2392pm
12r)i)mfl........ " iei m " *... 2.15put
I 30pin........ Cha ' ........ 56ipm
2 18pm........ Ninety SI 1 32pm
2 37pin........" Greenwood " . 12 55pm
3 tm n..... lIorgt' " ....12 35pm
3 20pin... . ".. onnal' ".........12I0pm
3 35pm........ " lonea 'ah0 " .. 12 03p1
3 55pin..........A r leitott I.'.........II -10pm
4 0pi ..........Lv 1Ieltoni Ar..........11 10pmn
4 2-1Pii............. A tidel-sonl ... . .....11 15pm
- 588un............en n ............10 :36pil
5311pm11........,..A r S'iaieneen I.v..... .. 10200pm
5F0 .pm..........A Senie Ly ..........9 .15p 11
_25Pin ... ......r i h ia v.... .. 9 05am n
S I15pmn..Ar Greernvlle L.....0 1511m
Uot ween A tle'rson, miil d Greenville.
'o. 11 S1.T.IONS No. 12
3 081>m ......... Lv A hder:on Ar .........107pin
3 -10pn11............ r ie al h%............ I 1 .t51m111
4 00pmu........... Lv Belton \r ........... II 30pim
4 '120pm.........r W illiaislon, Ar ....... II pm
4 2Sp'ni...............le% -r.............. I 0.11 m
4 -10pim .............Piedm ont ......... 0....10-1pm A
I 20pm ............. re nllVPe ............1019pm 1
Between Chairltali '. Ohlmbi, Alston and
SpraNurg.
III . l . . a li aivly. I ai
. ..l' .. . T \ T ' N'. . . .I. .
InI . .. ... . .. . . . in . i t A '. .. . .... . jin o
1. 10am......l. 'intiA......1 2 (j.m 1
l- i .in .. .. . . . . .. . ... ' . . . . . .. . . .1 "q m
53plam ............... sw ttlm ...... ... I li
i "pill............... 1 *'1 n .... .......... 0 .0pm11 ,
I 4-p ......... . ' aa at ....... ...... . ipa |
1 0pm .... '.'Az Syn ' ir hv.....10.2i'ra '
20pm~i...... A r5 .\hal ie Lv.....6 60am l a
IIe'tween Newb lerryC l ('lte antl L 2u ren.
e I '2ly a:.epat~ 1uilay.
00|).a . ...... ..NewvI r..a'aa... . . . .p a
l5'rm....'......,... alvaale.............Il alnit
.1.j int............. r.al ra'lnt ; ............ 0 l2)am "1 '
l1eLwee.iinaodi'', land A bhev'~'ille.
o. 12. N ilhN. Nao. 10
-0.Spln .... ...... Lv Hldges A: '...... .... 255prm
2.1p111.-'.......... Ihaara i ':4........... 2 :iaafm a
40pini.........A u Abbecville LY......... 20p
10pn.--.....LIlogesAr..........12 25pm n
(00pin............Danorratig'sa............'2125pm A
15pin.... ... .A r Abheaville LV... * 11 50am --
Contiectins via Sou th Hound Rairoad.
1)i12l y. ......_________
o. 38. -N O. 38
45~am .... ... .Lv Clolnbia Ar........ 2.-10pm"
.30amu... .... . A r Sr.valnnlah LV ..... .... 10.20.m1 2
NoI. 23 and 1-1 aro solId tritIshe)tweeli C'harles *
an andi As~hev tIle.
TIh ron gh coach1 betweelI Savannah anid A she,
ille 0n 2-1 an12( 13.
'rrainsi leavea Spartanlblirg, A. & C. division "
rarthbaollndI .-13 a. mn., 5.015 ja m., 6.12 p. mn. ( Vesx
bulead lIm1(it<<) 1slithhonn~iiil. 2225 11. in., 2 51i p."
. 1 a. m. _( V st Ihtl la hnit21 a2 el): weast bonda, "
.N. (. filvi 1(ori, 6.20 21n42 3.20 p). IIn., for 1101."
ersoniv2il. SAusheyllie 1anal 121) Spring.'-"
'I'ra1ins leav at 2r(enville, S. ('., A . & C. < 2vistori"
Frt h a onat 1'2.-lia. nII., 42.00 [p. mi., 5.231 iVs ttiIal "
I ini, ): 'aouthbloundl, 2.20 a. m1., -1.00 pI. m.,"
-.8 p. ,. (Ves('tibjiledl lmIlneal)."
T ra il2s leave~ Serleen,' A5 . &S C. d (1s1ai0' norh- "'
>11In22, 12.30 pa. m1., 2.27 11. InI., an1(1 -..0( p. Inl*.
tIth haoln nf 2.312 a. 12., 5.25 p. III anei 1:1 i2 21 a' a
2 '211l1lman Sleger on 21 3 2112 14 b~etrea1n Ci 'ries
n0 andl Ashlev il, via (Colu1n1tbla arnd Spa rtanl-"
irg.
Ptillm22an1211(' palace lig ca on trains1 35 an1t1 '
,37 and 38 ol A. a& J. d Ison.
S. II. JIA RDW1I01( a
A ss't Gen'0 122'as A pt., A t h2iata, Ga.
Gen'I Marlager, Washinigtoari, D)..C.
W. A. TU1(1K
Gen'1 P'ass. Agenti, Wasing1ton, I), C.
Tiraule na ~l~ger. W~ain litona, 2). (1 a
Isct P~owder1 cleans1f out bed( buigs',
- 4..N
--w. of. Tn
1.Jb( 1 5 5 m'.2ultles .E
a I-(a,~~ a er 'lcrty . T'
ISe lC
P.1 C 22 CEma aaal lwlllrl flt 2iat1 f0TTL jaT1. 70
Ia0IcR 1)1 Viaeral ( ;ala2I I1/l2alR py y ry 0
r aaaliago niaN AcyULEom ralaslto tho stombach, 1.N2
antatottok , f antalayell-ual. ANelnbao 2.22
remnly foiar, 12111n111ofho of theFaco, 81.-20
lht'o seae Unnr tOli lo, Con oin.n, rI.o
Chvrnt iarca., hot Lvr rutba
ba. ev ser ed tmah2D1.1,1.yetey
or dlape th~ cat ltlneFmnoCm 2
iints, blood rat faIuh adnho, llErurn lls 2..20
anunotlic fion by aino, iorai Trlvend,
irtaLosi Appeitell in to)oprentilgIonfNau 20a,
N t i by tling ---- --iul ---o -lacnfu m ea. A 2
to the121C 1iH oad h Iiamh ' 8bu lo w tom .(i
ead, for obttnt - ~ ai) uola,'117 o1lcd -
acthin, atk h i njur- aQ tOase1,0 rlOt(11 Ch.20
Lao.iver dieor, W.a'oaa* 25 1- Brasha
aneeyoh r ypom4a
ord.eaetht . ~.routfom 5
SALE!
BRISTOW
'his we befieve D
the Greatest UARF
ver made in clothing in Grgen.
ille, The goods are of the
nest fabrics and made by the
est tailors that cut goods, per
!ct in fit and finish. A few
iinutes spent in. examination
f theseenumbers, we think,
1cans a sale. Come and see
1em. Yours truly,
Bristow
ED RICHMOND -& DANVILRL Ro
unuel. Spncer, F. W'. Ituldekoper and Reubin
Foster, Receivers.
Allanta & Charlotte Air-Line
Division,.
Schedule in effect July 2nd, 18A5.
No1TIfloUNI D. No. 36 No. I 21. No. 39
Eastern Timt Daily. Daily. )aiif
v. Athinta (ET) ...... 6.45pm 9 0am I COpm
'Penlhtree .. ...................... ........
l] t .111 nction .. ...........10 10am .
G.odwin's....... .. ........ 10.22an .
Chamblee..... .......... 10 "Sam .
Dloraville........... ........ 10 31am .
N orcross ...... ...723pm 10 39am .
Dulath .. ....... . .. . 10.... ..am.
Saiwatice........ .......I1 Olam.
11uiford.......... . ........ I I Wan
llowery .Branch -- ........ 11 26om
del-- - -.......... .........1 Mj33ani
GintIilai - ---- 8 20piI 416am 222pm
Aei1i..' ... 8 40pm 12 12pm .
l'Mon '........... ........ . 20m....
Lorbis.-- ........1 20pm
...e.i. ..........- ........ 29pm
r.MtA --ry ....... ........ 12 42pm
.v., Mt Ai 6jnI0p
A -ersv ----.......... ... 2 37pm .
- --- ----- -. 10 5p m 4 4 pm
leOol ............ 07pm 2 3pM .
c d hon .. .- ...... . i m
ili r~al~ .... ..... 7p 05pm .a
y -11iai.-.------..........1pm .
a.l... ............. ... Ipm .
- t 1C................. . . pm
----...---...-..0 ,... 4 22pm.
Gr1ers ----.................. 4 3pm.
DCuncral----- .........10 -1(9m4
Kiery----................... - .m
la1.arl're.t--.--. ....... 500lpm .
Spltbr..un'............ 401pm.
(.1.e tnburg ........ 12s'am 500kpm 5 23
('laltor....-.--...---....... 522pm.
Carera............. ......... 50pn.
iCeta .... ...... 71 pm i.
I l c s u g . . . . % _3m_-V
larver............-........ 18pm.
Sing' talbuntain n... ........ 6lpmn
........ cr.C.ty...... ....m ... 64pm 62m
(elleon.----.-..... ..........7 22pmn
Lodo - .............. ........ 7 351pm -
r. irite .fut........ ..06 745pm......
Laoo ........I 51m7o~m
Lowell...........7 12m
KiiinlMunjta.............. 22.19pm
Gr~o............,...... 1pp
SClsurg . 2. .. 2.44n7 1.47pm 8 p
Thalottye.......... ....~..2p
Lowel n .... .. . . ... 2 p
lianftr City- ..... .. .......8pm.
ipaanugai.........1a .0pm
Siartanburg.Junc....... 1.02pm 04~
Fiair Fest.........2 ....... 307pm.
Wiekford..... .............2pm
Grers............. ........3'pm.
l'aylor'...... ...... ...... 34pm.
Gre nvlle ....... .28 m .05pm 1 3 a
'prsawelul.i......... .......2pm
aires......... ...48 35p
Liery........... ....... .41pm.
Cena............317.3 50.
alhouns............ .......1pin :..0p
Tayoee.......... ........pm "::
(ireeen ...........3.4am 45pm '~2p
'roeh land... ...... .... ....54pm "
i'sti~ster'....... ......a 4-554pm."
Liger '-----.----....... . 603pm .
(olso ---- 3---- ..... 6 O pm .j~
Teoccon.'-.---.-..--......... 6 19pm.
Ayesvild-.----. 42am 562tpm.
Alt...A.ry..''.------.......... 66m.
Alt ir ,'''-----.--........ 648pm .
Conla'''''' 6--- 700pm .
Longviji';"'.-.-.. ... 626pm .
It.iry.'"'.--.----........ 7 25m .
---------...... .... ....7pm.
Whie 'li h :.. 1........7a 7.5pm .
NteIfoa... -----......... 521pm. .~
Goa...v.l..--.----........80pm ..
-..-... ...i3am 8.12pm .838n
phit - ----h--..... ......... 12pm.
ewer ilriach--....--.... ........ pm .
(Iinfod ......... ..... 8.40pm 3p
. unance......nc..... ...... 851pm
Nore'ross'''''.'''''... ......p pn.
D~oravilli---. ....... .... .... 9 20pm .
Chamblee--i-....... ........ 40pm .
Itlt..ma Jucti -..... ........ 9.5pm .
ole especiaiiy t hat trains~ Nos. i5,.l1, 17 and 19
rtn beiJtween (OIl Cor lia and1 A tlanta instead
~a and A tian ta. Aagenats will give all putb
2112bl in have newsp.apers make local
211n1 ii accordaace with our existing adver
aarrang1Iem2en2ts.
W. A. T1URK,
CGen'i Peass. Agt., asaahingt'on, D. 0.
S. Hi. A ARDWICK,
Ass''C (Ion'l Pass. Ag't. A tianta,'GO,
.J. A. DIObSON,
Sutperintendeont, A tlanta, Ga.
W. Ii. 1R EEN,
(Jeneral Manager, Wanhlingto'n, D. C.
SOL HA AS,
Traffic Manager Washain'gton. D. D,
I TLANTiC COST Lin E R
P'ANSEN 0ER DEP'ARITM ENT.
Wilmington, N. C., Jian. 14, 1893.
.at Iline between Charleston and Colubiba
Ulpper South Caroiihaa andl Westernt North
lina and2( A thons andl A tlanta. Conidensed
ag West-. Going East
52. STA TIONS. *No. 55
a........v Charleston, S. C., Ar....484pm
am.............Laes-.--.-.......0 pm
a121.-...... .......uter----.--........3n
am......A r Columbia Lv......4.0m
Pm... .....Prperity...... ...... .pm
pmn...........Newblerry.............8pm
pm.........Clintn.............. .5pm
rm........reewood............12.4phs
pmn.... .... ... A bville.... .......12 215pm
pm11..............Aens...............0am
..m.............Atlanta....*........7.aa
pm.. .....'a Wiinnsoro............ .pm
pm........Chlotte, N. C.......... .8pm
pm12.............Andersoi..~.........I i i5am
pmi............reenille...........0 11nam
..m....... ..... l ptanbiurg..........0 00am
p)in.. ..(Hendersoville, N. C,..77am
a~n....Asheville, . ...,......60am
ily. Nos. 52 and 53 solid trains between
iestoni and Columbia, S. O.
11. M4. EMERSON,
Ase't Gen'l Pastsengor Agent.
ICENLY, T. M. EMER(18011,
enr'l Manager. . TraUio M~anagOr

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