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TIIURSDAY, AUGUST 10;-1894.
The weather is too hot, besides a
good crop year like this, the SFNTINEL
has no time to shuck nubbins.
In wicked Chicago there is said to
be an establishment which deals ex
clusivoly in stolen bicycles. It must
be making a. run on then.
Joy and Bull have resutmed their
respective places in the State dis)cn
sary. There may be a world of sig
nificance in such nomenclature.
It is stated on what scems to be
good authority, that Col. Pride, re
publican, is going to look after Dr.
Strait's congressional scalp in the
Sumter county conservatives have
mot in convention on the old ring
rule plan and nominated a full legis.
lative and county ticket. They are
fond of political fights and no doubt
will have much fun.
The wild elirium ofoflice hoildimg,
office getting and politica, mit feel
tho soothing effects of the many suc
cessful revival meetings going on at
the different churches in the county.
.Hurrahl for the preachers.
There seems to be a complete lull
in the storm at Clemson. The zigzag
streaks have harmoniously spreaf
themselves into one soft, mellov
gleam all over the horrizon whicL
now glows with the prospect of un
Sandow, the giant, after flirtin
with Lillian Russell in Chicago, ha
found his Delilah in the fair Blanch
Brooks, of Manchester, England
Sho baited hin with violets at th
time of his break down in Lundot
.more than two years ago, and will
the aid of a priest on the 8th inst.
she successfully landed him.
The Consolidated Coal Company
of Pittsburg, Pa., has notified all lb
miners who stuck to their posts dotr
ing the recent protracted strike, tha
they arc to have an~d hold their preom
ises for the next nine months free o:
fent and fuel charges. An exchang<
pertinently suggests that this corpor
ation has a soul. It canot be do~nici
that it has an eye to business.
Enthusiasm must be getting los
in the reform ranks from tihe frequen
and loud calls to arouse them to the
importance of turning out last Satur
day. Some of them positively refutsei
to belioe their destiny depended up
on the action taken last Saturday
Thie antis are lying so low, or are sc
fewv and far between that they n<
longer excite action by that monition.
The Cotton Plant is making fret
use of some rash expressions. Il
says that any man with two eyes au.l
ordinary observation cainnot fail tc
see the driftings of tile State dispen.
sary and the county dispensary ol
Richland county. We trust our Cs.
ieemed coiltemnporary does nlet inean
any reflection on Governor Tilbmn
and Associate Justice Pope. The3
have been remarkably quick in seeing
the drift gen'erally of things political
While they are abstainers, they are
in for pouring drinks downi the
throats of others.
That inldefatiguable worker and as.
tst lawyer, Joe Johnson,. of'Lau
rena, in hia~ campaign for congress
1has gone deeper into the money ques.
tion than any one yet who has tr'ic(
the subject in his district. However
it appears to us that lie is runninc
agaimst odds, but the voters may do
cide that they want a knowing man
'even if he is an anti. Ilis anti pro
olivities in congress cannot retard re
form in South Carolina. Johnson il
patient and respectful in an argu
ntmnt and thus receives good atten
lion wherover he goes. The 7th ma,
decide to try him for two years.
Tho -reform excutive comnmitte
de no 'change in the plans alread
ofn out for the nomination of cai
~3dates for State officers. Several<
lie member0 are smarting imder ti
~reke ofs the party Mash, but th<
'~elin linen - they .flinolhed and rn
j.. The plAwie pretty politics. Ar
oher would be suicidal: It wvou)
~~ohpr out thetional strife, anmd gia
i 'the reformers a chance to get sa
iofetcn from a full 'and free expre
pIn'nthe primary. B~y anothe
Sj ap factiokal conventions an
a jp'~l'lv begin inJant
" geh 4'urse by tho 1
Straight, unadultorated democrmay
has achieved a triumph in Alabama
in the election of Oates and the do.
feat of Kolb. The votiers said: "If
any oflice-holders can give us a good
government, thoso elected by the
democratic party are just as liable to
do so as any. They have just as
much interest in the State or more.
It can neither improve the adndnis
tration,.nor lighton our burdens to
olect men from another party. Un.
der the name of the democratic party
we havO defended oursolves against
the rule of the carpet-bagger and
negro. The administrationof affairs
can be improved as well under the
old name as any new name. No fac
tion ever goes beyond its platform in
salutary reform, and precious few
come up to it. We will not let. the
ambition and avarice of office seekers
jeopardize the stability of our guv.
ornment. The nominees of the Old
party are intelligent white citizens of
the State. No more can be claimed
for tho other crowd. If they don't
do-right we will turn them out at the
The board of trustees of Clemsen
College held a meeting Thursday
night. The charges against the man
agement of the collego wero investi
gated very closely and thoroughly. It
was decided that there was nothing
in thom to justify any change and the
faculty was re-elected. Thero are
now 305 students in the college and
there is every indication (hat the rip
ple of trouble is over. The trustees
will sustain the president and faculty
in enforcing dscipline.
A correspondent of the State news
paper, writing from Bennettstville, al
leges that our Table Rock is ii
Greenville county. No doubt he has
escaped from the pedal extreme o
s01m geography class, at low watel
We take pleasure in anouncing
i C-T. Martin, the able editor of ou:
crtefoed contemporary, The Deme
crat, for the office of county treasur
er. He is well and favorably knowr
in the count.
3 Some of the candidates graduate
siome rotate, but all will palpitate.
"There is an unaccoiitahle feeling
of distrust in the political isituatioi
in South Carolina just now. Whyii
no one is able or willing to say. Th'c
3 canvas is over and the results as to ii
choice for governor as inuchl obscmi-ed
now as in the b~eginninlg. Wlhy? Can
anybody t elI us?
To our muinds4 the cauises areap
p~arent on the surface, but what of
the reslts no one can yet tell,
It is very clear to be seeni and
heard on every hand, as expressed by
ant i alliance and anti-administration
iluences, that they nmuch hope for
the law~yer canldidalte's flniinationi
not that they wish or- desire his elec
tinor will aid it, but because thiey
hesitate unider nlo circumsntainces it
say that such a nomination may pr1e
eipitate results which may make po
sible the defeat, not only of the can
didate for governor, but that of Gov
er-nor Tillman for the United States
Allince influnces and standingf
aire jeop~ardized by this strained con
di tion of political affairs. Reformenl
and allianicemnen should get together
and avert the dangers in these possi
**Slanll We Meeot Again."
"The fiat of death is inexorable.
Tlhere is no1 appo~al for relict .fr-om~ th<
great lawv which dloonis us to d.emt.
We flourish and fade as the leaves of
the forest, and1 the flowers that bloom,
wither anid fade in a day hiave no
frailer hold upon life than the might
iest monarch that ever shook the
earth with h is footsteps. Genera.
tions of men -will appear and dIiap.
pear as the grass, and the multitude
that throng the world today will dis
appear as footsteps on the shore.
Men seldIom think of the great event
of (loath tintil1 the sliulow talls across
their own p~athw~ay, hiding from their
eves the faces of loved ones whose liv
ing smile was the sunlight of their
existence. D~eath is the antagonist
of life, and the thought of the tomb
is the skeleton of all feasts. We (10
not w-ant to go through the (lark val
ley, although the dark p-asage may
lead to paradise: wve (1o not want to
go down into dlamp) gaves even with
princes as bed.fellows. In thle beain:
tiful (llama of 'Ion' thme hope of im
mfortal ity so 01loqu1en tly uttered b y
Sthe death-dovottcd Greek, findls dleep
response il every thoughtful soul.
-When about to yieild his life a sacri
flue to fate, his (lemantho asks if
they should mcet augain, to which he
responds: -I have asked that dread
e ful question of the hills that Iookc
eternal-of the clear streams that
flowv forever- of stars among whose
ilds of azure my raised.spir-its have
f n'alked in clory. All ar-e dumb. Bumt,
e as I gaze upon thy living face, I feel
ythat there is something inl love that
.mantles through its beauty that cani
not wholly perish.. We shall meet
y again, Clemanthoe."-George D). Pren
i. Mj'. .T. B.ewispot Atlanta,. Ga., hat
severe dlyspcp)sia, Phyelel'ans aind all othei
remedlles failed to cure hIm. He trled Ty
r nor's fyspepsin Rlemedy, anfd afterwyard
wrItes: "TIhe first dose gave relIef, t;rec
ommnend It as thme beet dyspepsia remned
-ever dis~coveredh. I have gaIned flesh sine
SusIng It; I voluntarily recommnd It to al
e sufferers with stomnach troubles." -Yor al
e y dlrnggidts at, 50c..nr bottle..
The convention wia- called to order
by T. C. Robinson, who asked who
they would have for temporary chair
man. Senator O'Doll inquire'd if the
chairman of the reform party was
not ex oflicio chairmain of the conven
tion. Mr. Robinson did not think so.
On motion of Hon. W. T. Bowen,
T. C. Robinson was made temporary
On, motion of W. 0'. Singleton,
John T. Boggs was made secretary.
It was resolved that tile chair ap
point a committee of three on cro
W. T. Bowen, A. W. Folger And
V. A. Hamilton were appointed on
When Calhoun was called, John T.
Fennell answered that he and W. D.
Cain wero elected as delegates but no
statement had been given them He
was enrolled as a delegate. Thirty
live delegates were enrolled.
On motion of W. A Hamilton, the
temporary organization was made
permanent. WN'. N. Bowlin nominat
ed \V. T. Bowen for vice-president.
Tihe secretary was made treasurer.
On motion of W. T. O'Dell, the
committee on credentials was author
ized to receive returns from
the clubs of the vote for governot
and lieutenant-governor and tabulate
the same. The report of tle com.
mitteo showed for Evans 159; Elorbt
222. No report wvs had from Crosf
Plains, Hurricane and Central.
). K. Norris, for lieutenant-gov
ornor, received 77; Timmerinan 211
Norris was not a candidate. Crosi
Plains had no meeting.
Nominatiom for six delegates t
the Stato convantion was then callc
for. V. T. O'Dell, W. W. F. Brigh
and V. A. Hamilton were nominate<
but begged to be excused. The;
Th following vere finally agree<
upon and elected: T. C. 1tohinsonl
L. Mauldin, V. W. F. Bright, M
lell(icks, W. 11. Bryant, A. V. Fo)
ger. Tho delegates woro authorizei
to select their own alternates.
C. T. Maii tin oflered a resolutieo
tit tie remaiinder of the State tie<
et be nomilated in tile general pri
miry an not by the Stato reform co
Mr. Bowlin inquired if the pledg
extended any further tian the nomi
nation of governor and lieu tenant
governor. 1ie thought not ald col
tended that tie reform State conv1erl
tion lad no right to go any firthle
n111d that tie delegates should be il
structed to oppose any further actioi
.1. T. oIoper asked if we wotui
have ia direct or indirect primary
Tlo answer wos that, it would be i1
direct, and each candidate woul
wait a complete set of delegates am
lie thoughi tie convention ias a
well fix up) a complete ticket.
X. A. I Haiton saw not-ing wron
with resoluitionis, but sinco Mir. Leoop
er's remar-ks there was a great ldn
of mal~chiier-y about it.
noss of the State convention to fix
way for ai direct vote. Hie wvas op
posed to all COnlvention systemis.
Mr. Bright said the way out was
for each to vote for his choice ani
send a pliable man who would lhavy
no0 choice of his Own and. oarry a tabi
ulated vo te.
W. N. Bowlin said tile commuitte,
shuould have lhad them-l to ba11se vote<
clear till Jugh instead of just for g~ov
ern~lor. Te thing waIs no0w inl ai wran
gle and he waniited them toe kee
str-aighit so ther-e wvould be lie excusn
for- a bolt.
\V. T. ]Umven agreed with Di
Field that (delegates should go u nir
structed. lie was willig to) trias
thlem, anid the blest thinig they coul
do wais to go dlownl Lheio anlud name
full st ate ticket.
Thle chair01 stated there werie noni
but reforiner-s out, for oflice--this wau
a family fuiss.
J. T. L~ooper- said we have got int
ai mudi~dle. Wo shlouldl dlemanhd thai
we have a direct primlary. That wa
011 (of th() funldamiental principlese
thle r-eform mlovemlent, andl( wo ouigh
to halve it.
Dri. Field said in a gener-al primi
ry the u~p-counitriy hiad away yonide
the advanitage of the low couinti-v oi
aIccountl of thle immleniso negro popi'
lationl in the low country-. The con
venitioni 1plan was a conciC~on to LIh
Mr-. iMartin said 1h0 did not initemi
by reso10lutonl to furt her the inter-es
of any~ canididate, bunt it camne fr-on
Mrii. ,J. T. Looper- said it was no0
right for the lower counities to hlav,
this aidv'antage, and1( we should con
tend( foi the pimaryiu.
WV. T1. B~owen 1had( been in favor- o
a genleral primary. but1 hie had chang~
(ed hlis vijews. Theli lower countie
con111rooled the negroes anld they o .gh
to have somuethiing for it. If we d<
iot give them credit for it thley wi]
uso0 thoso votes' againsut ns. We coni
not have a genlerail primlary3.
The chiai-ruidl the matter hia
beeni fully discussed ini th.e e3xcentiv<
committee. They had begun witl
tile covonitioni system and would hav<
to keep it up. We h1ave too miuel
par-ty matchiineiry now11.
M~hr. B~ow lin said the condlitionl o
South Carol ilna betwoon tile white:
and1( the blacks w~as such31 that we noev
er could have a pimary-. H-o hai
rather- be ruiled by a few white peophl
in the low ciounlt ry than tho ne~groes
But 0.nly3 electoirs would go to Colum
W. T1. Bowven said tile vote showed
that tihe peo ple woer- not taking muel
mnter-est ill tis election, and lie be
lievedi the covenition should name o
Dr. Fields offered a substitute that
tile delegation go uninstructed.
Mr'. Bowlin. said, ho hated to goe
up so much, but ho had already so
leeted his man for Siuperintendoni
of. Education, and they imight no
nomtrihate him, and as ther-e were na
ia pledges, he might still vote for him
Mr.. Marin bald th.. ..h-ud b
long ticket and let every man vote i
in the primary and send in the re
suIt and lot that govern.
W. T. Bowen said if we went int<
the general primary the other faotioi
might have the controlling power
Laban Mauldin said he admittet
that primary would not give justic
to the lower counties. But ther<
was another side to the question
Pickens or Berkley one would havi
to submit to an injustice. This is i
Mr. Bowlin said if we had enougl
negroes to entitle us to another rep
resentative we would claim-it.
After a general conference on thi
subject, the substitute was withdrawi
and the vote was direct on the reso
lution. Tho resolution was lost
The chair stated: "It appear t<
the "ayes" that the "noes" have it
(A big laugh.)
Dr. Fiolda offered a resolution t<
instruct the delegates to vote fo
nominations including railroad com
W. "R. Garrett was opposed to ir
structing delegates. l'hey woul<
work for the interest of the party.
W. N. Bowlin thought before w
instructed them to nominate, we ha<
bettor have a pledge to support th
nominees. The resolution was adopi
ed. Hamilton wanted the delegate
instructed to stay sober. Ruled ot
Mr. W. 0. Singleton presente
i'esolutions from Foster's Store e:
coriating and basting B. F. Perry f<
interfetreing with Pickens county pc
itics and asked the convention I
Dr. Fields opposed their adoptio:
Mr. Singleton advocated the
t adoption in a spirited argument.
Mr. Bowen thought the resolutioi
were appropriato enough for club
Foster's Store, but did not think tl
convention should adopt them. 2
Mr. Perry was not molesting ar
other club in the county, he thoug]
Foster's Store could take care of hit
The resolutions were withdraw
V ben nominations for electors we:
called for there was a long lull. TI
following were named to be voted fi
in primary election as delegates: X
T. Field, W. A. Hamilton, J. H. M
lor, J. T. Anthony, J. T. Boggs, I
There being no further busine
the convention at 1:30 p. n. a
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UttHlroad leetlng at Hltton.
-Tho te interested in the construi
tion of the Ahbbeville, Pelzer & Piet
mont railroad met at Belton yeste
1 day to take the initial steps for i
construct ion. Abbeville was repr
-sented hy Messrs. Hugh Wilson an
W. A. Templeton; Due W'est by D
Ei John Wideman, H. P. McGee, WV.
1Brownlee and others; Antrevillo I
- Dr. J. Andersen; Martin, by Col.
- Bi. A. Robinson; Belton, by S.
P Rice, JT. A. Stringer and others; W
C liamston, by Capt. G. WV. Sulliva
Major Andeorson aind others; Pelz'
-)by Capt. Smyth, and Piedmont
I Them meeting was organized 1
ii electing Hugh Wilson president ai
a ,J. A. Andlerson secretary. The en(
uitive contmnittee mde their reo
di f 'orporators' weCto( appointed to gst
s charter from the legslatumre, and
comumit teo consisting of (4. WV. Sul
0 van, J. A. Anderson, 11. P. McGee,
t T. Itice, WV. A. Templeton, E.
s Smyvth and Jas. L. Orr. was appoir
'f ed t~o confer with the Georgia, Cat
t hina & Northern tailroad to make n
rangements for a sturev of the pm
Spos'od routes and see what arrang
r motnts could be made for op~eratin
I the road.
-A great deal of earnestness at
- en thutisiasm was developed, and( tl
e people along the line are very hopef
of getting the road anmd freeing thet
I selves from the arbitrary and unju
t tr;eatment of thle Riichnmnd & Da
1 viilo-. An eflort was made to itndui
the promoters of thme road to come
t, Greentville, but it was voted down, ti
L3 delegates thinking that Easley at
-Pickecns offered~( greater iad vanttages,
inducements. The only questionc
f which a fight seems brewing, is b
- tween Antrovillo in Abbevillo count
3 and Duo West, both being extrenie
t anxious to have the road.
>A connection with the Seabona
I Air~ Line would, in the op~iniont<
- miany, b~e a God senid to Gr)teenvil
and1( siomon efort shold be made toi
I dluce thto road to- comno thtis wvay.
we quietly sit by till the route is se
tIed on expecting it to come uninvi
3 edl and unassisted, we may regreti
r .--Gaenvillo News.
fThme following are th'e canmdidati
for the different offices in the coin
- elct ion: For Congress---A.C.Latimec
I House of" Representatives-Moed Wi
> lams, W. W. F. Bright, Laban Mat
din. -Auditor-J. (4. Stone, N.
- Christopher, W. HI. Bryant, S.
Robinson, J. E. Parsons. State Seo
l. ate-W. T. O'Dell. County Treasur<
-0. W. Singleton, J. D. Cureto)
Josephl S. Murphree, James- E. Bo
oughs, J .T. Youngblood. Scho
Commuissioner- J. A. McX~h-orter,
SChris. Robinson. County Su >ervis<
.-Matthewv Hendricks, J. R. 1 oss, (
i P. Field, M. P. Rogers. Supervis<
of Registration--4J. A. Brown-, J, I
b Kennemur, J. T. Loopor. Proba
I lnt ude -J. T. Leowis, .J. B. Newber
> M. I!. Heoster. B. J. Johnston is alh
.candidate for tho.HQuUe of floprese1
C cure ror Ineadaee.
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ache, Electri3 Bitters has proved to
bo the very best. It effects a perma.
nont cure, and the most dreaded hab.
itual sick headaches yield to its in.
iluenco. We urge all who' are afflicted
3 to procure a bottle, and give this
a remedy a fair trial. In eases of
habitual- constipation Electric Bitters
3 cures by givinig the needed tone to
% the bowels, and few cases long resist
the use of this medicine. Try it
once. Large bottles only 50 cents at
3 Morris solls dynamite, caps, fuses
i and blasting powder cheap.
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give perfect satisfaction or inoney re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
I sale by W. T. McFall.
.T FOR TREASUREI.
. C. T. latin is hereby announced as a
' candidate for Treasurer of Pickens county
's subject to the action of the democratic pri.
it mary election.
Ls Tis sounds absurd, don't it?
yWhy, you have been paying $5 tc
$10 for the job. But we mean wha
we say. You wvill have to buy r
-nice brush, however, and do the
0. work yourself.
CA R RIAGE
Is the thing.
It is ready for use and no varnishing
is required. Dries quickly.
We have soli it for years, in town
p-and country, and dou't hesitate tc
1 recorend it.
'I Sloan Bros.
a Drugs and Seeds.
GRE1~ENVILLE, S. C.
iHigh .'. School
it1--WILL for e ldx-- anabn
~y M~onday, September 3d, 1894.
M. S. STRIILING, A. i, Principal.
You r an get good board in private families a
Parents desiring to move to town to educatl
thela chileren can re dn comhfoital house
, if you wish to prepare your sons and daugh
ter~s fort business life or for college, you shiouhi
giveus trti;we will dto you faithfuli work.
Tuition reasonable. Send for circular of os1
.V fornumt lon. W. w. S~TRi l NG,
d( auglUti Pickens, S. C.
.COLUMBIA, - SOUTH CAROLIN~A
t- FA LL~ SESSION OPENS sEPTrEMiiER
o 27TIH, 1894.
l'Twelve departmnits of instruction. Abl
faculty and distingis~hed corp~s of lecturer,
o. work thioroug'h. Spirit progressive. Electiv.
c~ouIrses. Readinug roomis, lib~raries, fine telt
0- scpe newv chiemical and physi!al ap paratus
Alroscalrpeted, wvell furnishecd andl lightet
ith gas. Open fireplaces. llot an(I coldi baitha
ieailh unsu rpassed. Thorough course in in
(1strumental andi vo',al music.
SFor catalogne aund fuither particula-s, ad
e dress REV. JNO. A. RICE, 1). D.,
tSouth CarolH na Colleg<
1- COLUMBIA, S. C.
Session begins Sept.25th. Nine reg ular couarsel
o with dilplomas. Special courses~t wit eertinecates
RtuuirI.eents for adumission modilled. lHOar<
tO *8 a month. Total necessary expense8 f(or thii
dyea r (excilusive of travelhng ,cloth ing and btooks
from *112 to $150. Send for annoncement
)r For further information address tbhd President
e. Freeman Bu laing, Pickons,. S.. C
t. Am now readly to (do all kinds of work ih
lmy line. Inistantanieous process and finish
ed Iin latest andl most popular1 styles a
lowest prices possible for ilrst, class wvork
p. 1.1 & EL1oN
-120 Main Street. GR EENV~dLE, S. (
*Gas given ever Thursday and Friday,. anti
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Office over Westmtoreland Hres- X Duko's Di
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)r jC. FJTZOIERIAI,
GR fiEENVzrLL, 8. 0.
Over Westmoreland Bros'. Drug Store. Al
tO work done by the insatantaneous process. Akui
y. make eniargemeats fromn old pictures to an
se in water co ore, crayon, India ink, oil an~
(FIE'DMENT AIR LINE.)
Route of the Great 'Vestibuled
ATVANA A 'HAIILOTVE AIR-IUM.
CONwMeSD Ue9ZbULA O' PAsamnno WAa
Ia Eifeet July 1s, 18s4.
voo. Laim F'st il
Northbound. No. as No. e Wo. 90 .
Dally peI~y paly
Lv Atlanta 0 ime 12.00 N'n 9.00 pu S.gO am
" tantalntimo 1'.00 pm 10.00 pm 0.00 si
" orOross...... .......... 10x pm
" utord... .-.... pm 10.
ainevillo.. . m11A as
.:Lus -. ----.-- .......... 11 m . rn ;a
" C o u '.. --. . -------.. I1 a
c . 19.46 am 1...p.
" Westmint e . . 1.21 (an i
z Senoo...... . 1.40 a l
" entral,. pm 19 am .05
" reenvile.:... 5.80 pin 8.00A .6p
Spartanburg.. 6.21 pm 4.01 am .01 pa
affueyp. ..... .......... 4.42 am 4.1pV
" Blackburg1... 7.11 pm 6.2 am 4.10pt
5 60 A s 5.0pm
" King's~tounl'n .....-.. 809at 6*prs
astonia...... .. ..... 8. am s pm
Ar. Charlotto. .-.-.. $.29 pm 8 am 6.40 M
A. D 11nvll4 . 1227
Baltin'o P.n.R. 18.20 am 11.5 p:P
" Philadelphia .. 10.46 am 8.0 am
New Yor... 1.23 pm 6.23 am -.
Ves.Lim rat Mail
noutb'tard. No. 87. No 85. N(o. II
Daily Daily Dai
Lv NOw York P.ft.R 4.30 pm 12.15 n't.......
Philadelphia. 6.56 pm 7.20 am .
Baltimore..... 9.20 pm 9.42 am
Washing . 1043 m 1.01em
'"-l-ohm-on d. ....~ ' -2.40 n
"~D1anville ....... m ~505 n a
" Charlotte...... 9.35 am 10.40 pm 19 a'
Gastonia .--... ......... 11.90 pm
" King'sMount'n ........,, .......,. 1.2
" Blaolburg.... 10.46 am 11.05a.m 1.A8
" Gaffnoys ...... . ... . .
Spartanlurg.. 11 am 1s.6 mn 9.00 pi
" Greenville..... q.2 pm 1.92 am 4.10 psh
" Central......... .15 pm 2. am 6.90 pm
SSenooa................... 3.1 am .4 p
Westminster.. .................. .06 pm
Toccoa ........ .....8. a 6.45 pm
Mount A7.::: ::::: ....::::: ..*.**' -
-- Cornelia....... .................... pm
Lula ........... .......... 4.42 am ,1
gainesvile.... 8.31 pm 4.A0 am 26
. uford...... .. .......... ...... ..
Noroross,. ......... ..... :
Ar Atlanta Etime 4.88 pm . am 10.30
Af Atlanta a time 8.40 pm.30 9.80
Pullman Car Service: Nos, 35 and 3, I R1-%
mond and Danville Fast Mail. ?ullman SleePa
Cars between Atlanta and Now York.
Nos. 37 and 38-Washington and Southwestern
Vestibuled Limited, between New York d
1ew Orloans. Through Pullman Sleepers 9
twoon New York and New Orleans, Yia Atlan.
ta and Montgomery, and also betwee W laing.
ton and Memphis. via Atlanta and B]ia lalb.
Nos. 11 and 12, Pullman Sleeping Car between
Richmond, Danville and Greensboro.
For detailed information as to local and
through time tables, rates and Pullmasa $sop.
ing ear reservations, Center with 16&1 a1dbte,
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK,
Gln'l Pass. Ag't, Ass't General Pass At's
WAsuMoroN, D. 0. ATLANVA, GA.
J. A. DODSON, Superintendent, Atlanta, Ga.
W.HR.GREUN,- J. 3.COULP
Gon'l M'gr., meaf na' .
WAsUma-row.-D. C. Washington .q
W. L. DoucLAs
$3 SHOE tSQUEAKN.
- LAP JES -
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
We ~e DOUGL.,
You dati-savU tloney by surefsaustaW W..2,.
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised slhoes in the world, and guarantee
I the value by stamping the name and price oni
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the mniddleman's profits. Our shoes
c equal custom work In style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every.
.where at lower prices for the value given tha:n
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Bold by
-W. T. MV!cFALL, PICKENS, S. C.
F. B. & J. N. MORG AN, GETRA L.
'J'JRTPANSI 'TABULES rei slate the stomach,
ant to tae f an w loofy re a
e redT to Souse, o sUr the rce
Chronic Dlarrhma. Chronie Liver Trouble Die.
betes, Disordered Stomach, Dissiness. Dysentery,(
* ettle Rash, Painful Die
9tion Pimples, ~Rush ef Blod
Icd irot - ula,Sic Hecad
- acheSkin Dis- c asesBour
ordiseaso that .. r osults from
icooin. Persnts ivtn t ove~algrbn
Ient t akin one tabulo ter eahmelA
o o onneuio o te Ripn,. bi es is the sures
noth inj that can bo ianuroua to the meat ell
grs 9 14 grs 51.5 lross a
d r Ti1ox?2NE ~ Pk u CH MICA1 Co"S ' IY
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
Goods Cheap) for cash, conme and see11me. 11
am11 at Lewis & Son's old stand.
Good Molasses 25c por gallon. Stigar
Syrup 30c per gallon. Muscova
do Molasses 40c per gallon.
Many other things: Sugar, Coffee,
Lard, Tinware, Glasswvare. I also
have somo1 Patent Medicine which 3
will soil at cost for the cash.
Xf you oiwo me on last year's account
come and settle. I am needing money.
I didn't mean to make youl mad when
you bought the goods, so come and
settle and let's be friendly.
W. C& BRAr4LETTr
.-T. X. L.
IL always relieves wheB properly
appried. Sold by all druggists.
Price 25 cents. Prepared biy
T. X. L, CO., C, M, DE'MPSE.Y,
Manager, 230 Mainl St., Columbia,
5,, (C. Ask your druggist for it, and
have no other. C. N, WYATT, Agt,
E lyS. U.
COLUMBIA & GREENVILLE RAILROAD,
tmnud speniof, te W. R1wdekoper and
Heu&ub Foster, Redjve*e.
Coudewsed Sohedutl In Efteet June 17, egg,4
Trains fun by '15th Meritdlan 'rim'e.- -
STATIONS. Dail. .
. . No. I.w
Lv. Oharlesto ... ...... 7.16 aa
" Columbia... 1140 &Gn
" Prosrity . - ,.. .-. --.... p m
Ar. Now Iirry.4..................... 1.10 mat
Ar. Dinton ....(Ex Sun).....,.......,.(
Laurons..,.(Ex Sun)e .-........... 3.10pav
S114inety-Sit...w. - -i-i.... ....26n
" reen wood ......-..... .,-----.. 2.32 pn
.Hodges ......................... .
Ab vil ------. -------............. | 3.85 y
. . ton ................. Tat.*. 252p
"Anderson.. ....,. .......-..... .343 V n*
Senc .... ,,-.-. - -.-- -........ 6.40 p n
" W alhalla ............................. 6.1g p
Atlanta.. ...... 10- pvt
Lr. Walhalla .... ......... .......... 9.36 ani
Seneca.....4. ........... 10.00 any
Andurson ..... . .. 11.16 auz
*Belton."Ce ........ ...... 11.46 Au
Ar. Donald's.........-.-......... ..... 32.16pay
. A bbevii rto ......4.......... ......~.~. [ r0 an
"Hodges......... .... 1g gvi,
Greenwood- .---. ..... .. .....1266 pu
iNinoty-Sir............ ..... 1.82 put
Laurons(Ex $A)................. 10 40on*
" Clinton (Ex Sun)..... ........... 1.10 an
" Newberry ....... ...............3.. 9 p
Prosperity......... .......... 2.141 pn*
Ar. Columbia.,. ..... 4.16 pu
" Charleston.................... . 8pny
Between Anderson, Belton and OreenvUle,
Daily. ] Daily
No. 1t. STATIONS. I No. .
8.08 p. . L....,Anderson. .A 12.p
4.05 p. m ". .elton. ....... .. 11.
4.25 p. m " ,,,. Williamston ........ "1 11.
4.31 p. m " . ..Pelzer ...... .. ..I 10n
6.15 p. m Ar'.....Greenville .......L,110.15any
lichnond and Danville IA. It.
(Between Columbia and Asheville.)
Daily. Daily. Daily, Dal
No. 13. No. 15. STkiONs. No. 16.INo. 14
7.15 a.m .. iy ObarlestonA rit....p.4, a
...7.00 a.mLvJack'ville A r10.15a .........
..... 1.4 a.i "Savannah I.a ...
l.30am 5.10 a.m Lv.Coltumblat.( 1.20pm 3.56pna
12.10pm 5.60 aam " Alston... "2.30m 3.10pnr t
1.20pm 6.53 a.m" ..Santua... ."11.m I200pmr
1.5pm 7.10 a.n ".1Union..... I''1.1m 1.40put
2.13pn 7.30 p.m" .. Jonesille " .48pm 12.4Opm.
2.25pm 7.43 p.m4- Paco t... .0.33pm 12.21pm
2.50pm 8.10 p.m Ar Spart'b'g*Lv 10.05pm 11.45am
3.05pm 8.15 p. m Lv Suartb'g A r 10. nm 11.3061&.
.20pm 11.20 p.m Ar Asheville Lv 7 8.4Qany
Nos. II and 12 are solid trains between Charles.
.on and Walhalla.
Trains leave Spartlnburg, A. and C. divisiony
northbound. 4.01 a. m., 4.11 p. m., 6.22 p. W.. (Ve.
tibuled LimitedI; southbound. 12.67 a. m.. 2.60 p.
m., 11.37 a. m., (Vestibuled Limited); west.
bound, W. N. C. Division, 8.15 p. m. for Headere
sonville and Asheville.
Trains lenve Greenville, A. and C. Division,.
northbound, 3 a. m.,3.05 p.m., and 5.30 p.1m.,(Vese
tibuled Limited); southbound, 1.52 a. in., 4.10 p.
ma.. 12.28 p. m., (Vestibuled Limited.
Trains leave Seneca, A. and C. Divmion, north.
bound. 1.40 a. m. and I.p. in.; southbound, 3.o
a. m. and .45 p. m.
Pullman Palace Slebping Cars ot Trains St
and 30, 37 and 38, on A and C. ivistoen.
Trainn 18 and 16 carry Pullman Sleepers bdv
wen Jacksonvillo and Hot Springs.
1. GREEN, SOL HAAS.
Gen'l Mg'r. Tramo Mgr.
Washington. D. C.
V. E. McBEE. Gen'1 Supt., Columbia . C.
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWiCK,
Gon'i Pass. Agt., Ass's Gen'I Pass. Algt.,
Washington, D.O. .Atlanta, af
TIM ATLANTIC COAST LINE R R
Wilmington, N. C., June 21, 1894.
Fast Line between Charleston and Columbia
and Upper Souhli 'arolina and Western NorthL
Carolina and Athens and Atlant'a. Condensed.
Going Weat. Going ]tast
*No. 62. STATIONS. *No.
7.l5am....Lv Charleston, S. C., Ar..8.40pnt
8.48amn............ Lnes........... .. 7.00pm
9.58amn.... .... ... Sumt er.... .........5.45pmn.
11 lf0anin ...Ar Columibia Lv......1.20pin'
7.45pm...........A tlanta...... .......8 amn'
5 15ipm...... .. ...reenville............10 15ama
2 0pm...... ....partanburg.........11 45any
6 113pm...Iendersonville, N. C...9 3l3ant
6 20pm. ..Ahevillo,N. C.........8 40am
*Daily. Non. 62 and 63 solid' traili. between
Charleston and Columbia, S. 0.
HI. M. E.M ElSON,
Ass't Gen'l Pass'enger A gesit.
J. U. I(ENLY, T. M4. E.MERSO N,
Gon'tl Manager. 'lireffic Managet'
Very best apple vinegar, 25c.. per'
gallon, aL Morris's.
I Bell as good goods, as many of
them for as little money,,-and make
as littl0 fuss about it as anybody. A.
IF Y00i WANT TO BUT
A GOOD PIANO, GRGAN
OR SEWING IICIllN, CALfL
ON US OR WRITKL
A lexan der
Bros. & Co.
Greenville, S. C.