Newspaper Page Text
PICK-ENs 0. HI., s. O.
. . BOG0s05& Co., 1'-oprietoro.
Ebtored at rIkens fostoffice re Second Class
gUBSOIPhlTION PhiC P, fl'.3O pet Yar OAT nvaria
bly In advance; for six months, 75 cents.
AdvertIsnementI Inserted at one dlta r per square
of' one inch or less for the first Insertiot titd
iffy cents for each tibscmettont Insertiott. A
liberal discount mtdle iemerchattis and other
adveirsin , for six months ori a year.
gorPosITION ADVimTISl.Mi-tNs POSt
dbituary notices exceeding ave lvin0, tributes
of respect, conimmnieation4s of a persomml
character, wheit admiissabsle, will be charged
for as advertbienients
*TRURBDAY,. JtNE 28, le19-.
'~he State Campadlugn.
the d'aily account of the campaign
meetings furnish racy reading. Gov.
Tilhnan and Senator Butler are the
two stars. Each is a highly accom
pfished stump speaker and both are
lirst-class at repartee. They ard
their crowds are having m )ch fnn,
but the game is not worth the candle
for either one of them. They are
merely performers il tho political
eircus tent for the amusement of
their hearers. Neither is gaining or
losing votes. The election for which
they are contending was decided
when Irby beat Hampton. There is
niot an intelligent editor in the State
that is not satisfied of this, and there
is absolutely no practical good to
come of prolonging the agony. The
whole thing is intensely amusing to
those of us who have nothing what
ever to do with politics. It has the
interest of a well matched cock fight,
with the stakes already awarded.
The candidates for go vernor and.other
Stato officers are merely spectators,
Staidiig in the shaldow of tho tall
sycamores of Edgefield. They liake
great efforts to bring dead issues to
the front, while the n ggressiveness
and honesty and earnestness of 1)r.
Pope make hi the favorite speaker,
the Democrats' man, Ellerbee, is At
present the favorito candidato. le
will be the next man to repeal notaries
cO1misalons, and there is no doubl
that lie will make a good governor
The defeated candidates will be apt
to go into the humorous lecture busi
ness. The amiable, honest and inde
pendent Dr. Timmerman hns no rival
in his race for th prenium (n per
sonal a ppearance and for the office of
lieutenant-governor. We (to not wish
the rest any harm, lbut we should like
t& see Tinnnernman governor; lhe would
ma] ke a good one.
While Elgefield is inl the buiness~
of filling the oflices, why caninot we
drawv oni her for men for all I le other
places? We know matny good men
in that county yet wvhose namtiies have
not been mentioned. But do not for
get that Pickens is to have the luxury
of the State circus about water-mellon
The Greenville coinnnencemnents at
the University amil the Female College
last week, passed off' successfully and
happily. The young men and maid
ens enjoyed a real gala week. There
is much cause for congratulation in
the prosperity of these institutions'
and the tact and skill with which
they are managed speaks wvell for
those in charge. Thle U~nversit~
turned out eighteen graduates, amid
the Female College three full gradu
ates. Miss Anna C. Richardson
graduated as Bachelor of English.
Reformers should give careful ,1t
tention to the call of T. C. Robinson
to meet ini their respective clubs on
Saturday, the 7th inist., to attend to
business. The reformers andi some
of the conservativesi are getting en
tirely too intimate, and unless the
close-commnunion clubs are kept and
outsidfers ignored -hiey will soon comie
to the conclusion that they are white
men and waiit an oflice.
Congressmnan~'talbeflt las onur
thanks for a cop)y of his very able
argument, in favor of the repeal of
the tax Ohn State banks of issue, which
wvas delivered in the house of repro
sentatives on the 5th of June. We
inotice ho speaks right out in the
meceting whenever occasion dexmands it.
Priv'ate lifo~ hasgotten vcry much
on its ear of late. It seems to lie ap-1
prehousive that it will have to receive
dov. Tillmian or Senator Btler, and
itd s not pining for either. We serve
lie with notice nowv that she wvill
have to furnish quarters for several of
.Oneo a stately oak, which wvas ad
* n- ired by all, was persuaded by th<
huckle-berries to run fir ollice. I
was soonl traneformed into a miuscf
4 ine vine and its fruit became a pro
to the little foxes.
The Peoples Journal is no long
sottr Qn Sentor Irby. The senata
eota his fricr.ds play off a little wnm<
tnes, but he~ alway. brings thier
baok Heo ill soon tako . ice orear
-with the Regitster.
Gov. Tilhinan ant Senator Butler
are playing at political leap-frog.
Your "Uncle George" T llhia has
decided to enter the lists for governor.
Conservatives will pleaso keep off
the State house and court houso
The Abbovillo Press and Banner,
in speaking of the conservatives, still e
says "we." a
The motion to make the election of ei
Hion. Laban Mauldin unanimous has ti
been withdrawn. ti
Gen. Rlcbourgf has11 annlounced thalt
lie is a candidato for adjutant and
The Iatch antiti-option bill has gone
through the lower hous of congress ci
like shot oil a hot shovel.
Court is ill Andeonl this week, S
Ju(lge Gary presiding. The next it
will be inl Oconee, then IPickens. t
The Deiocrat and the Journal are
still firing editorial slugs at each
other. We neither "chew nor chaw." a
A man should nuiot apply for public b
offico mitil hi lie has trained two colts
and a yoke of steers or taught school. 9
The old friends, Senator Butler
and Gov. Tillnan, havo agreed to be
nothing more than sisters hereafter.
The Richland reformert-s havo de
clared for a protective tariff. Yet ily, j
free trade is suffering in the house of
Editor J. W. Bow den, who has
been quito sick, is much improved
and will sooix be with the Cotton
Due West has spread aniothcr bril
liant commencemuent upon the records,
and sent out many well equipped
young 0men and maidens.
TI here is one kind of a crank that
is generally very much admired for
his crankiness. lie is the man who
is scrupulously cranky about paying
as he goes.
The most i i i ) rbt t congressional
news, for the week ending last satur
day, is that Jerry Simpson is at his
desk again, and Senator Call has a
iow pair of s(cks.
le college colnienCellentireporier
on the daily papers is greatly fagged
ill his search for variety of expressionif
on the ('ssays antd orationis, and is
piining for a pleasturo resor-t.
We hterelhy give 11itec that every
e'andoidaite who does ntot send us tive
dollars by the ist day of July, to pre- r.
vent, will he announced as running in v
the democratic primar-y election.
An "Albncmani" in last week'sv
Cotton Plant wants to know if Sen1a-, s
for Irby is thinking too much of his ~
social standling in Washington to at- ~
tend faithfully to his olitical duties. a
John WV. Hall, -Treasurer of the
IRichmond & Danvillo llailroad Co., f
and recently elected Tlrceasurer of the
Sou thern Railway Co., (lied suddenly!
at his residence in WVashington last
Friday m)otrnin g.
Thle Oconieo News4, last wveek, was
quite lively and interesting, and was
decoratedo wi th handsome eng'ravin gs
of handsomer mueni. Th~Ie pictures of
J udge Nortonl andl Judge J. W. 11o1
, emian wer'e line specimens of news
T1ho Educationual Associatlion is to .
bo held this year* at A13bur-y Park,
N. ., beginniiing July 6th and con
tinlung to July 1t3th. Theli fare for e
the round(1trip is $24.10 from Gr'een-i
,ville, S. C. This will be a ratrc treat 1
and good schioolig to any initelligent ~
Springer and other politicians are
using t ho Chicago latformn ats a
spring h~oard from which i o dive. Itg
is to be hoped that the next time
such mon01 offer fotr congress they' will
get such a tremendous minority' iswung .I
artounmd their st1ubborn necks thant they 1<
will b~ob up no miore to help sink the 0
democratic ship .
Itepuicans ii1 tIll quiitoactive in
regard-( to ireitration.Iisudr
Ito that many who could nlot get
ce'Itificates will pr1esenit themselves at h
the poll in Novembei- to vote, and d~
thus lay schemes to contest the ee-.
tion to all important offices. The
dlemocr-atic par-ty will have to get I
itself together or quit holding office. 1
Those suing for contr-aband whiskey
siezed turder the dispensary law, wvill
be very ap~t to find thetmselves con
fronted with thte pinctliplo that all
acts of theo law making po0wer are
valid until decl ared urnconst itutional
by competent authority. This (loctrine
r wWJasnacerted and maintained in the
r- celebr-ated ease of Caldwvell va. Cal.
b onn, which was to test the validity
a of a partition stle made by tihe pr.
Li bate court b~y virtue of a law not auth
orized bv the conrlituii
Teanhors of $he State,
Elaboratd arlranigem-ent aro being
indo for the 23d auntial meetiing of ur
to State Teacbcrs' Association. of s
oith Carolina, to be held at Con- ar
,rse College, at Spartanburg,. from se
uly 1 to 5 nm xt.
The programme mid other arrange- se
ients have just been prepared and fit
nillounced. 'I he following informa- tw
oil is given by the committee: i
Teachcrs who desire will bo board- foi
A in Converse College. Gentlemen
t $1. Ladies wlIo come by Sunday
lorning and bring sheets, pillow
ises, towels, etc., and rmauin during sc
io session, at 75c. a day. No deduc- ar
on will be made for absence at sa
It is requested that those expecting at
board in Converse College will no- n
Fy Mrs. L. B. Thompson, Spartan
irg, S. C, a few days before the
Parties preferring to board in the
ty will have rediced rates.
It is the hope of the executive com
ittee that all will reach thero by g
The citizens of Spartanburg expect 1
give tile teachers a free excursion 0
Ashevillo on Friday. "'
The lowest possible railroad rates
ill be secured for all attending the
Parties wishing information about
oard, accolmodations, rates etc., c-ll
munulicate with President B. F. C
Vilsou or J. F. Brown, Spartanburg, v(
Plekeiux County Normal Instilitte. m
The Pickens County Normal Insti- g
uto will be held at Easlev, beginning f,
londay July 9th, 1894, and will be s
onducted by Prof. E. L. Hughes.
:he instruction will be upon the saine
ino as last year, but more advanced. I
L part of each day will be devoted to s
no( el class work. Teacliers will j
>ring with them 1st and 4th readers, c
nanual, geography and advansed ar- r
Teachers and applicants for cortili- a
ales are reminded that credit is
,iven those Nhio attend institutes.
Authority to hold an examination 1:
oI the benefit of those who may c
vish to teach this suimmer, has been o
ecOived. To accoimmodato such, an 1
xamination Will be beld daily during
Lectures or other interesting enter- a
aiiments every night.
Teachers, those expecting to teach,
ninisters and all friends of education
tre earnestly requested to attend.
If you wish to secure board, write
A) T. C. Mairtin, Easley, who will
aike pleasure in inaking arranlgements
The Union Moting of the 1st Div. E
>f the Tiwelve Mile lRiver Association
vi'l cionveno witli Antioch cliurch
iturday morning before the 5th m
abblath in Jlly, at 10 o'clock. 1'lie e(
ollowig is tie program:
1. Detvotionlal exercises for half hour
ondutcted by) llev. *J. T. Burdine.3
.W Ilnductory sermon by Riev. J.
41. What is theO Scr-iptuiral lian of
?fachinlg the masses80 of thie people
ithi tihe gospel? Opened by C. E.
5. W hat ar-c wo doing, what shoul
o' do, and what can we do, towards
upporting Baptist work and inter
.sts? Opened by Rev. J. TV. Lewis.
61. WXhat is Christian baptism, w~ho
roe proper subjects for it, and wvho
r~e proper subjects for the Lord's
upper? Opened by R1ev. B. Holder.
Other questions will be discussed
romn the question box.
Missionar-y sermion on Sunday morn-1
ng at 11 o'clock(, by lRov. T. J. Riooke.
J. T. Lavis, Ch'im. Comn.
On the 10th of June, near Earle
[Iamilton's, in this county', Sam
Brown, coloredl, without cauiso or
)rovocation,shdot and inortailly wounmd- t
xd Vardlrey Robinson, colored, aged i
breie months1. Thle child languished ~
or one( week aiid died. Coroner Pa
iOns held( ani inquest on1 tihe 18th and'
lho testimonly showed0( tha t Salm
3r-own, who is a negro man about 21
-ears of age, went to the house of C
lhe child's motheri and1( demanded his
ilier. Th'Ie chlid w~as crying andi
to tohl it i' it dlidi not hush lie would t
hoot it. Th~e miother not alpproChond- *
Lig anly daniger turn~ied awaiy to otherC
Liatters, w~hien sheu was s ar-tiled by the
rauck of the p)istoh. Shle rushed' out
lud tounid the ball huad piced the
Tfhe jurmy of inlqueo-d gave thle ver
ict of willfuil murdejtlr.
Thell defonldant has1 so fari. ma'de
A Fatal Ac1cdent.
Tr~ltoughl a letter to M~r. B3. (1.
[ough, froml hi.s old hiomoi nearW Dud.1 j
y, iln Chiosterfield counlty, we) learnl1
F sad11( accident, whlichi resulted fatal
to a little 801n of Mr. Jonah Court- v'
cy, on1 Tuesdlay last.
Th'le little fellowv, who is ab~out ten
r~ twelve years old, took his brother's
istol out and was playing with itB
)ime distanltce fr-om tile house5, when~i
0 accidentally discharged it. Tile
ischar-ge of a p)istol on1 the premises
>the dohor wher-e she miet t) little
illow cominilg in. Hie said, '-randma,
am (lead," and fell. Th11e bullet 1f
>dged nmear his hleart. -Lancaster
A notiser P're'Nsiet Assannt~l~ted.
M. Carnot, the Piresident of France,
vas, last Sabbath, assassinated on the
mtreet, in) Lyomus, by' Cosar-o Giovanii
hlanto, an Italian faarchist. Ile wasfl
abewih a daigger- whlilS ridin~g Ii
n ea arrlrge on hIm way to the the- a
Itre. Santo was, with great difliuty,
uiaved fr-oml violenice at tile hands o~f
:,he infuriated people. lie is about
twenty-tiwo years old.
Carnot was a grecat and good maii,
and sor-rowv for hlis death comes down
like a dar~k cloud over the - civilized
Two Vacasb SeholareshIps.
On July 17. the competitive exami.
tions. for thei vacant State scholar,
ips in the Winthrop Normal Colloge
u to be held at the several county
uits about the State.
In this county, both the first and
-ond scholarshipst are vacant. The
st scholarship pays $150 a year for
o years. There iwill doubtless be
my applicants to present t heinselves
examination. -The State.
All persons owning stock in the
loot house property at. Pickens C.H.
3 requested to attend a meeting of
id stockholders at Pickens C. H., On
iesday, the 10th day of July next,
5 p. in., in the clerk's office. Every
Anber is requested to be present.
J. M. S'rEwART,
Ch'n. Bd. Trustees.
June 25, 1894.
1IE STATN' BOARD OF MEDIICAL
. EXAMINERS will meet in Columbia,
C.. on Tucaday, October 9th, 1894, at
o'clock, a. m. Al persons intending to
actico Medicinc or Surgery, hi this Stale,
10 are not Registered according to Law,
ist appear before this Board.
W. 11. N ARlDIN, Mt. M,,
Ch'n. State. Brd. Med. Ex.
C. F. McGInAAN, Sec. and Treas.
Bucklet's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world foi
kits, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhouin, Fe
.r Sores, Tetter, Chaupod tlands
hilblains, Corns and af Skin Erup
ong, ond po::itively cures Piles, 01
r> pay required. It is guara'nteed t<
ive perfect satisfaction or money re
imded. Price 25 cents per box. Foi
t1i by W. T. McFall.
Not many business houses in thesi
Inited States can bost of fifty years
banding. The business of Dr. J. C
Lyer & Co., Lowell, Mass., whose in
omparable Enrsaparilla is knovn am
sed everywhere, has passed its half
entenial and was never so vigorou
s at present.
If you desire a luxurious growth c
calthy hair of a natural color, nature'
rowning ornainent of both sexes, us
uily 1.all's Vegetable Sicilian Hai
Morris sells dynamite, caps, fuse
nd blasting powder cheap.
LEE P., ORR,
reeman Building, Pickens, S. C
Am now ready to do all kinds of work h1
y line. I111UtaneOus process and finis
1 in latest ond most popular styles at
Swest prices possileo for first class work
Fine fat mackeral, three for 25c. a
kar to the Knlife in th(
While we sell the Finerst an<
lest Fitting Clothing and Shoe
hat money can buy, wc alsu
>rovide for those who can'
.fford to buy our beCst goods
.ndl here arc some of the price
Boys' Kncc Pants from 1<
Children's Suits 50 cents,
1 13 years. Better ones foi
.oo, and Real Good Schoo
suits with twvo pair of P'ants
Men's Extra Strong Work.
ig Pants 50 cents,
Men's and Boys' Black and
ancy Mixed Sack Suilts from
A thousand pairs Fan c y
[ixedi Socks, for men and
my, 5 cents a pair-good
Jeans Drawecrs 25 cents.
1G BARGAINS IN FINE HlATS!
\Vc are selling Hlats Way
)owvn Belowv their Value,
ANCY COLORED SH IRTS
We were 'fortunate in securing
30 dozen fine Negligee Shirts at
onderful bargain, andl we are going
sell themn at prices never heard o
Our prices are printed1 in plali
gures on tho tickets of our garnment
id they are inflexible.
\Ve will Lenaerfully return the mone;
)r all unsatisfactory pur chases.
F. W. POE & 0O.
1REENVILLE. - S. C
Busi RumTl Up.
Mr. J- E ~Lewis, of Atlanta, Gn., hi
seve'e dyspepsia. Physiiians aild all oth
remedies ailed to curi hin. Ho tried T
ner's Dyspepsia Iemedy, and afterwar
writes: "Tthe first dose gave relief. I re
ommiiend it as the best dysepsa renle
ev&r discovered I have galuCe flesh 81114
usilng it. I voluntarily recunomend it to i
sufferers with stomach troubles." For as
by druggists at 50c. per bottle.
"Mrs. Wnmslow'm Soothia
Syrup, for Children Teething," softei
the gums, reduces inflammation, alla
pain and cures wind colic. 25c. a botti
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
A GOOD PIANO, ORGAN
OR SEWING MACIlNE, CAI
0 US OR WRITE,
Bros. & Cc
Greenville, S. C
Andersion,.%. C. iekens~, .9
MURRAY & BOGGS,
ATTORNEYS AT L.AW,
P'ICK ENS, S.
j L1L & .WIRLDION,
122NMnin' Street. ORNI r, 4T I E, .
Gas givent every T'huarsday tad Friday, c
teeth extracted Ithou t i i n.
It 3. r. CA RI,ISLE,
Olliccover Westmoreland ros & Duke's I
ljfan89tf GRISEN~l 1LrE, S. C
JC. iTZGrlaL DI,
PIrOTOC iSAPI! ER
m.:ENVII.E, S. C
wor ki e bm rhe I itnt r mis Trote~
ahin Water oors, rayo n dii ink i
Around the nian th
thinks thxat modner'al
Whiskey drinking wi
Are delightf'ully ref'res11
ing and can't huriIt AN
They are' eerybody
D~rinks andi Everybod
should dirink them.
I3iY Best of Everyting in DRUG!
USE T.' X.
It always 'relieves ivben propei
app)riod. Sol by all druggis
Price 25 cents. Prepared
T. X. L. CO., C. M. DEMP&FE
Manager, 280 MJain St., Columtb
S. (I. Ask your druggist for it, a
biayo no other. C. N. WYATT, As
Enavy . C O.
D. _-___ ---_____ I_
Will offer for 30 days the follow
ing lots of Fine Frock Suits at
r a terrible sacrifice :
Lot 1. 37 Suits, 34 to 42, at
$1 2.50. None of this lot has
ever beeii sold for less than
$16-50, and many of them at
$20 and $25.
Lot 2. 12 Suits, 34 to 42: at
$io. This lot was sold from
$15 to $16-50.
Lot 3. 9 Suits, 34 to 42,.at
$7.50. These suits were sold
from $10 to $13-50
RICHIOND & DANVILLE RAILROAD,
Samuel Spencer, F. V. Inidelcoper and
Itenben Foster, Itecolvers
ATLANTA & CIHARLOTTE Allt-LINE
CONDENSED SCilEDUI.E OF PASSENGER TRAINS,
In Efrect May 13th, 1804.
Veg. 1im 1."t Mail
Northbound. No. 38 No. 30 No. 12
Daily Unily Daily
N Lv Al:hnta C timo 12-01 N'n 9.00 pm 8.00 am
Atlanta F time 1.00 pin! 10.0(0 pll 9.00 am
Norcross...... ........ 10.37 pm 9.14 al
- " uford........ ....... 11.001 p 10.20 am
Gaiz'sville.. 2.15 m 11.:131 pm 10.54 am
" Lula..... ..... ........ 11.53 im: 11.10 am
Cornelia....... ........ ... 11.45 anm
M t. Airy ... . .. ....... .......... 12.10 pm
Tocoa........ ........ 12.45 am 12.40 pm
- Wetin ster . .......... 1.21 alm! 1.14 pn
Sencen............ ..... 1.40 InM! 1.35 pin
" Central..... .. 4.-5 wi 2.10 nm 2.05 pmn
Creenville .... 5 mrn. 3./K am 3.U5 pm
Spartanburg.. 6.2'2 pim1 4.01 aim! 4.11 pm
"OlTnys. . . . . ......... 4.42 aln 4.53 p
Blacksburg ... 7.11 pin 5.00 am 5.10 pin
C "KijsMotitt'n ..........1 6.23 anm 5.35 pm
Gastonia ...... .......... 5.-1(; amt 5. 58 pm
nd Ar. Oharlotte. .... 8.23 pm, G.:0 im111 6.1-1 p)
Ar. Danvillo ..... 12.27 ant 11.15 am' 12.40 ai.
A r l. i h .110110 . . 3.20 n'm .1.50~pi n) It ... ni..
" Ha1thn'e 0. .) m 11.1Z pm ..i .
" Philadelphia .. 10.40 am 3.0) am!......
New York. 1.2.3 pmi: G.23 an).
\'es.~Lm . s Mtii
ug southlward. N.?.No 35. No. 1 1
S~ _Dnl*y Ifaily Daily
.Lv New Yorkc P.u.R .2.20 pm 12.15 a't.... ......
S ~lit imore~...9.21 pmn !l.42 nm.,..
Wash'qlington ..- 10.43 pin 11.0l1 m ....
T.(Iichnoli' - 1-2 .50 l rm ik n~1 ai ~1..Wi ?
r-... an............... 5.4Y am 555 pmlf 7.00) 14m
" hlmrloltu.....9 .35 am 10.50 p n 12.'.0 ln n
" Gastonia ...... ...........11.26 pmti 1.(P2 1)1
" ing'sMonut'n. . .......... ...... .1.25 pm
t Ul1o~ksburg.... 10.48 ala 12.05a.m1 1.60 pIS
L'( Ouffaoys ...... .............. ....205 pm
ny Spartanburg 12.37 am 1257 aan1I 2.50 p1m
nd " Oreonymel..12.28 pmn, 1.2 am 4.10 pm1)
"Contrnl,........1.15 Pm') 2.4:) am 0.20 pml
-Soneca......... ........ 3.01 am 5.45 pm1
-. Westminster............!...........05 pm
- ' Toccoa........ .........8.9 am 6.45 prp
"Mount Airy........... .......... 7.35 pm
" Lula........... ........4.42 am 8.05 pm
"Gainesle. 8.31 pm 4.59 am 8.30 pmo
" Duford...... .. .......... ..... ....03 pm
"Noreros.-.... ....-..... .......... 9.89 pml
hr Atlanta E. time 4.55 pma 4.20 am 10.30 pm
Ar Atlanta C tim' 3.55_pm 6.20 an11 9.30 pm
Pullnman Car Servico: Nos, 33 and1( 36. Rich
lnad and1( Danville F'ast Mail, Pllmlan Sleoping
Cars 1-etween Atlanta and New York.
Nos.37 and 38 -Washinlgtonl nd Soulthwesternl
V'OStibuled Limnited, botween Now York and
New Orloans. Through Pullman Sleepers bc.
tween) New York anld New Oreoans, via Atlan
ta and Montgomery. and also bet wcen Washing.
ton and Memphis, via At laula atnd Hirmingham.
No.'. 11 and 12. Pullmnan Sleeping Car betweom
Rlichnmond, Danlville and1 C Grensboro.
For detailed Informatloll as to local and
through limo tales, rates anld Putlallm 5leep
ing car roservations, Gonfor with local agonts
0Gn'l Pass.. A!,'t, Ass't General Paiss Af
WAsSIINON D. C. A'rrANTA, GA
J...DO, St .porlntendent, Atilnta, Ga
(icen' M gr.. Trafie Mn'gr.
Wt~ A5HiNGTO14 D, C. Washingtonl D.C
Jo -... ...........- .. -
rI II RAN T ATBULEA regulate tho stomaeh,
9ant to (andee, ,m o i Are e a
"remedy for. 11il1ousne04, i'lotches oin tho Faco,
ci CroriI Diarrln'a. ( .ronto ~ro u
baes, Dilsorderod Stomach, Dlrzlness D sentery,9
D lIIi).411, Szoaa Flaultc kelatbu rn
Jaundico, Kimy om tal, L.iver Troubles,
L.oss of Apoti , Mon Depression. Nausea,
Neo tle Ra , -- ----- lnfuj I os
tio,~hn.Pim , Itunh o iod o
toi thead. Sallow Comn.
1lexion~ Salt l theum ca,
Stomach Tired Feelingodh
Livor, 1.clors, Watr lrsh
andoeveryoth- or r'ymlptoml
or disensto that .. - -r esults fronm
imlpulro blood or a falluro In the proper erform
anice of their funettons by tho stoamach, iver and
c ttd Iy ta ian oao talalile at c each meal A A
== contnuedl usO of thle lIipnna bules In the surest
cure for obsitinate constlp n. They contain*
S nthlng that can be inlju ro.. to the most dolt.
cao gross $2 2 lrossd *1.2514 is 7e., -
Adre.$ 5fF ItIPAb' CL31 . l .A~Y
P o. ozO72, Now'York.
e.*see ..aea ee ooeeeseeee.ee
SIF YOU WANT TO BUY
Goods Cheaop for cashI, come1 and1 see meC. I
am111 at Lewls & Son's old1 stand,(
I Good Molasses 25c per1 gallonl. Sugar
Syrup) 30c per gallon. M uscova
(10 Molasses 40c per gallon.
0 Many othler things: Sugar, Coffeoo,
Lard, Tinware, Glassware. I also
have somno Patent Medicino which I
will sell at cost for the cash.
Lt- lIi yotu ow me on) last year's atccoIut
b.y come and settle. I am nedinlg monley.
y, I didn't mean to make you mad when01
you bought the goods, so comIo and
*settle anid let's be friendly.
This we believe JOE
Is the Greatest ACRIF1
Ever made in clothing in Green.
ville, The goods are of the
finest fabrics and made by the
best tailors that cut goods, per
fect in fit and finish. A few
minutes spent in examination
of these numbers, we think,
means a sale. Come and see
them. Yours truly,
COLUMBIA & GREENVILLE RAILROAD.
Samituel spencer, F. W. Hi
Ktonbien Foster, Itec
Condensed Scledulo in Effcc. IT
Trafins run by 75th MeriC
__ No. 11.
... ...... i. I?.-i ii
Col i ............. 1 40 a in
Prosperity ... ........... 12.55 p
Ar. Newhlrry....... ..................10 p i
Ar. Ciinton...x Still I............... i p
Lttren...( Fx Stin) ......... 3.10 p m
teNitnety-Six.............. ..... . 2. i
". reenwood ............... 2.5p 31
"I . . ... . .......................... 3.55 p im
- lielon ............. . 8, p)
selll 3 5403 p in
SSom s i.... .... .......... ........ 5.40 p an
"Wlall:.......... .............16.15 p in
Aln-t ..-........ ................10 30 pus
______________ No. It.
Lv. AValhalla .... ......... ........... 11.35 am
Andti' uni ........,..............,...11.15 amu
. .... ............................ ..11 h m III
Ar. ..ol ............................. 21. pi*m
LV. A ill ....................... 11 to
11cclges.......... . .............1215 pub
" Gree wo d...... ........ . 12556 pml
"_.1..nt ... . ... . pil
"T Lauren-ls (E8x Still).............. 10 1 an
"Newt-er -. -- ...... 2.39 pmn
Prosperit. ......................... 2 5 pin
A r. Coltim bi'............. ... ..... .... 4.Iw pi
n ...... ............... . 8.-15 pM
etlw1n Anter.soni, tioltoni atinel Groenville,
Daitly. I Daily,
No. 11. sT \TIONS. I No. It.
3.03 p. in Lv......Aliors on.......... At n) 07pm
4.05 p. m '' .....1ot Its. .......... i.4am
4. )p mil 4 ,. W il m tn -..... " .0 m
4 2 p. In ........P.e.oi ........ . "11.03amn
5 u.15 1. 1 1Ar ......Gre ni ville.......... .0 15am
(1e bt ween : (ohnaii lii amti A shevill.)
Daily. Daily. 1taily.~ Daily,
.No. 2:3. i . 15. ST ATIONS No. 16 No. 14.
........ I1.*. in "SaivintinlIi 'i 5 K0.uird...,
2 2.:0am 5..10 ain Lv.(CohunnhinAr' 1.'.0,m 3.i'5 a
0-.10pn0, 5.!.i n.tw " .Altoni... "1 hopmn 3.l0pm
1 .2018ii .53i a.m . .* 1antuc..'1 20pm 2.)m
1 .5.'>pm 7. 10 a m'".? Union... "ll.1pmn 1.40pm,
2.131pm i 3 p.- ...J0ns 8Iille ' 1) 4Mym112.40pmn
225pm 'l.413 p am " . Paciiol.. ..1.33pmti~1222pm
2 t0ii' )8. I pim .\r Spairt'b'g-A iTi.4'>pml It.45amz
a.os~tl X. 15 p. itIn 1.V Sn1trt'h'g A IlO.00pn sI .30ngg
~20gnai3 11.20 p.n11.1r Axtuville vi 7.u0ptn 5 .44im
Nos. It oami 12 are soulitins beWi e'er. Charios
.01n antaln~lla :.
Tralins ieave Spairtanbuirg. A. nnd C. divinxion,
northboutt. .1.02 ai. mi.. 41.11 p. mi., 0.2.! p. mn.. 4 Vese
tibued Lmite I; outh~otmt). 12 57 a. mi.,2..*0 p,
m a., 11.37a. m.,~ 1'ostibuked Liullted): wust.
hound. WV. N. C. D)ivision, 8.10 p. an. for Heonder
Tinlmrs loavo Grenvillo, A. anti CI. Division,
northitoutnd,. nm..3 05 p.m., amti 5,30 P.mn..tVes
tibt'lrti (.imitedi; iotliouind. 1.52ai. mn., 4.10 p.
mi.. 12.128 p. im., I'Vstibued Lhniteil . t'
Tralins leave SttOtn, A. and1( C. Dh1' 1din. north
buani. 1.1 3 a. mn. and 1.35 p. mn.; southbound, 3.01
a. mi. and 5,451 p. mi.
Pul1man Pailnec Sleeping Cars on Trains 35
1;ud 30h, 37 and( :8. on A. and C. Division.
Tirains 15 aind i16 einrry Puilhnan Slcepers be.
twcen.lack14ot1ville and Ilot Springs.
Gen'! Mg'r, Tranlo Mgr,
Waington, 1), C.
IV. E. MThI110. Gon'l Sept., Columbia, S. C.
Gon'! P'ass. Agt., Asa't, G en' Pasts. Agt,.,
Washington, 1D. 0. Atlanta, (GS.
THEi ATLANTIC 00AST LIN E R
Wilmington, N. C., Jlune 21, 1894.
Fast Line between (Charlestont and1 Coltimbla
antd Uipper Sothl Catrol ina nmd Weiern Northb
Catrolinns andl A thens and1( A, (mant. Condensed
Goinig West. Qoing East
*No. 52. STPA TIONS. *No. 53
7.15nm....Lv Charlestdon, S. C., A r.8.40pm
9.558n11........ ....., Stnter.............. 5.45.pm
11 10am...,,..A r Columbiiiha hv..420pm
7..I5pnm ... . a t ...... .P'a
6.20pm.... ......Winnsboro........... .1.40pm
.3p.....h rlotte, N. .......... 9.
5 15pm11.... ........reenville...........10 15cm
2 50pin1......... .1 patianrg.,.........l1 45iimt
5 161pm...lictIulrsovillec, N. (1..0 3nm
60.lmt............eilleN. C......... 840am
*iDnily. Nos. 52 andu 513 1sol1( trai betweeD
Chatrleston andit C:oI nhla, S. (C.
A ss't Gen1 '1 assenger Agent,
(Gen'I 5 Mnage~r. TIrallic 31anager
Ver.y be~st appio) vinegar, 25o. per
gallon, at Morris's.
I soil as good goods, as many of
them for as little money, and make
as littlo fuss about it as anybody. A.
PRC 0 5ET PR OTL .
P RE 0 CAENT E BOGITT.