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BOT. HEYWABFS t
^ cal?' Executif* HM fte Well
u/aJiefboM, S, 0., No?. l(h--Pc?v
viol hi8 nomination in sha Donio
?tic primary io Septemberioxt, Capt.
Tc Heyward, who woe chocen at
time a? the nominee of tho par
?ve expression to the opinion that
[iimuch a? be had ?ot beta formally
lected Governor, being only the can
?dita of tho party, he felt that it waa
rematare for him td give ?ny ^finite
xpre?flion as to his purposea or, plans
Dd that he felt ithst ii wat more
rtthin the bounds of propriety for
!io to avait the eleqt-ion of November
before giving his attention to thoso
utters which come within the sphere
f the Governor.
Thia course on the part of the Dem
oratio nominee was entirely proper,
Gd hie determination to abstain from
By public announcement of au ofiV
?jloheraoter, or to take up the eoo
ideration of those matters which por
dia to his office was appreciated and
ndorsed by the publie. Although it
j generally recognised that the nomi
,Uoo io the September primary lp
oath Carolina is tantamount to sn
lection, and has almost beoome to be
o regarded by our people, neverthe
?si suoh is not actually the case, and
?e indelicacy of a candidate of oa?
f the political parties planning his
ourse of aotion and giving public ut
eranco as to his purposes before he
E9 aotoally elected will readily be
MD, and the wisdom of; the coarse
arsaed by Capt. Heyward appreciated I
The election of last week, at vbioh
ac tbs unanimous vote of the State
IB cast for him, however, removed
leie restrictions of propriety, and
mmaoh as he is now legally tho
overnor-elect-requiring only the
Uh of office as necessary to maje?
?in in troth tho Go vor nor of the State
-it is natural and proper for him to
e giving his thoughts and attention
? the manifold duties which eonfront
is, and to be planning to put into
lecution those ideas and purposes
hioh he trusts will materially ad
ince the interest of the ?tate in eve- '
j branch-agriculturally, mechani
illy, educationally, morally and in
nstrially. In the hope of giving to
ie readers of The Evening Post some
iggestions as to what the Governor- <
cot purposes doing, your eorrespon
lot called upon him at his comforta
e home in Walterboro and soliohed
om bim some information along the
m indicated above. Gov. Heyward
rofidingly informed your representa*
re that the returns of the evening of
wernher 4 were not as anxiously so
iled as were those of August 26th
September 9th, and) strange as it
igbt seem, he WSB not in the least
rvous as to the result. He felt grate
1, however, for the way his friends
d turned out and oast their ballots
rbim, even if it wai merely a pre* .
"I realize already," said .Gov. Bey
ird, "that the] cSoe;fe> which I have
en elected is DO sinecure. To faith
Hy and honestly discharge the duties
ich devolve upon me will berny
utant aim, but it will cell for tho
eroise of unceasing and earnest ef
ts, and I am relying on my friends
rcughout the State and on all pa
otto citizens,.to support me in my
?ts, letting past differences bei for-'
?ten, and each and every one don
ating to the bettering and up
ping of the Sute wo a*J love ao
urly. I can not hope "to esoap? orit
*im nor oan I expect to have my ad-'
ustration be devoid of mistakes,
?ben it is remembered that the
vernor is called upon to makeip
Dtments in localities with which he
ImoBt altogether unfamiliar and has
depend on the recommendation a
cb we handed to him it will be
a just how likely it is for npoorep
Hment to be made, especially ?then
' of a oommunity will sometimes
I?be application of parties they
onally know to be unfit for; the
e to which they aspire.. Tt will he
parp?se, as I have already-'publie
onouaced, to rely -po^ ibo r?eom
'dition of the several county dele'
008 in making county appoiat
l?, violating this rule only for good
?uffloieat reasons. Should I And
the recommendation of any dele
on is such that it is clear that they
not acting for the best interest of
community but are using the trust
??ed in them for selfish purposes or
dvanoe their or a.- interest at the
wee of their commoties* welfare, \
not feel bound to accept their re
renditions then* or thereafter
?ole object hoing to give each corn
ey the officials' and appointments,
j desired by them and best calcu,
to accord them the moat aocopt
jervice, and I believe, as a goner
|le? the will of the people can best
'.med through this medium than
tjemnting d?rec?, appointment? on
?edge whioh may be given to mo
^means'of petitions and other
lettering of the common school
'u??-5 ? matter which is riving
Sst ff ^?*>-*n* to devi*? maaai
??h the owpoffjtooit-ca ,o?i4a?4Bf
a fair education within tho roach of
every hamlet mty bo facilitated and
Beared io the country and familiar
a? ha iff with plantation life, Captain
Beyward is thoroughly conversant
with the naedof improved educational
facilities, and. while an advocate of
higher ?ducation, he^realitea that there
are able exponents in and oat of the
Seoftto and Legislature who will look
after the interest of eotfegc* and uni
versities, so he witt devote himself for
the present to fostering and wdiog the
schools in the rural diatrio?a.
The enforcement of the dispensary
law has been the subject of much con
sideration by vue Governor-elect, and
he is hopeful that under his od minis
tration m ooh of the friction which has
existed in the past may be obliterated.
The law is on the statute book and 75
per oent of the people of the State are
advocates of it, and as law-abiding
oitisens those opposed to it should
abide by tho law and support it. Be
i? set unmindful of the hardships
which confront him in the discharge
of his duty in regari to this lar/ in
eertain localities; ind he ean only de
pond on the piiblio spirit of the peo
pie to sustain him in his efforts not to
have the law wantonly violated.
He believe* that the wishes of a
community should be recognised, hst
he has not power to exempt any com
munity or section of the State from
the operation of the law, and nader
bis oath of office he will have to carry
out the law without favor to all parts
and portions of the" State. He does
not expeot to be able to absolutely
prohibit the illioit selling of liquor?
in the larger oities it will be almost
impossible to do so-but he ie , deter
mined that there shall be a respeot
shown to the law? and that gross end
flagrant violations shall be unknown,
and if. the law is violated it will be
done in so surreptitious a manner as
to elude the vigilance of '?he city po
lice and State constables, and cannot,
therefore, be offensive to the God
fearing and law-abiding people of our
State, and be a menaoe to the growing
routh of our cities, who, by seeing
laws openly Violated, simply because
they are distasteful, will soon learn to
bold our whole system of government
He did not anticipate serious trou
ble along that line, as' the law is not
now as objectionable as it had been,
and there is a stronger feeling prevail*
ing to give the law a fair trial, whioh
in some places it has never had, and,
besides, the publio in general are not
unmindful of the seriouo resulta
of wilfully trampling a law in the
dust, just beoauBe it was objectiona
ble. The f aotional feeling having sub?
sided, the patriotism of the people ie
assorting itself, and the blind tigere
will be made to go way baok and sit
down. It is evident that the Govern*
or-eleet IB determined to select as hie
constables good and true men who can
be relied on to see that the law is re
spected, but to db so in such amannei
ac not to arouse any unnecessary fric
tion or to occasion a bitter feeling.
He believes that muoh can be effec
ted through lbs medium of local au
thorities, and is geing to exert himseli
to that end. Ho believes that the jus
tioe of the position whioh he takei
will be appreciated by those to whou
the law may he personally offensive
and that they will be among his warm
est advocates in maintaining the lav
and keeping true to his oath of effie*
and campaign pledges. He will bi
disappointed if his expectations alon?
this lino are not realised.
He has been giving the matter o
his military staff some attention am
has his eye on those whom he wishe
to make a part of his offioial family
These appointments are of snob aohai
acter as to exclude them from the lis
whioh is usually, applied for, as it rare
ly occurs that personal applioation i
made for a staff appointment, it bein;
generally accepted that the Governo
should be hands free in selecting thos
who are to become his body. guard
Even the selection of those are a sourc
of much thought, and care has to be ei
excised so that all sections are reo og
nized and given representation as fi
as practicable, and thus it is that fr?
quent ly the best cf friends u?vo io o
overlooked in order to make plaoe fe
another beoause of the locality he hail
from. It ir safe to say that the pei
sonnet of Gov. Hey ward's staff will I
exceptionally fine, and be represent
ti ve of trie best and brightest of tl
young manhood of the State.
. He has been deluged with . applic
tiona for almost every appointive offi<
in the State, but beyond selecting h
private secretary in the person of M
J. E. Noruzent, whioh he is gratifie
to know was so satisfactorily ?eceive*
he has abstained from giving such a
plications any very serious consider
tion. Very few of these positions ci
-be filled until some time after his i
auguration, and probably many of the
not until after tho adjournment
the Legisiatnre, and therefore the
is no necessity for his time. ai
attention to be devoted to their co
sideration at this juncture, when
many , more pressing and importa
matters are under consideration. Ti
Governor is novf giving some thong
(.rabis inaugural message, ia ord
that th? consideration of that im poi
ant document may be disposed ?
?-Sp?cial to Char JestooBvening Poi
Where Cotton OU Goss.
8eTereJ deje ago we published un
extract from a letter el a corrcspon-1
?ant of tfie New Yost Sua who wrote
?bout the industriel progress and
growth of the cotton manufacturing
iedss&y, in connection with waioh
he gave some Interesting faete and
figur?e about the cotton seed oil in
dustry, whioh we quote, as.follows:
"Ibo conversation of the cotton
seed into oil and other byproducts,
?ueh aa feed and fertiliser, ia one of
the most important collateral bran
ches of. manufacturing industry here
in North Carolina, for that matter.
"Except down in the southeast,
where a email percentage was ?sed for
fertilising purposes, the old-time plan
ters used tfi throw the cotton ?ced
away aa so mueh sheer waste. Out of
this seed there is now squeezed in the
South every year from 80,000,000 to
100,000,000 gallons of oil worth from
$20,000,000 to $25,000.000.
"But this it cot.all. There is some
thing like $15,000,000 more in the
hulls, whioh ssll for $4 a ton; in the
meal, whioh sells for 120 a ton, and
in short lint attaohed to the seed
whioh selle for two coots a pound.
So that what the> southern planters of
the past need to throw away tho
southern planters of to-day convert
into from $35,000,000 to $40,000,000
The oil ie distributed pretty muon
all over the world in one form or
another. About 500,000 barrels of it
go to Chiosgo every year to make
lard, another 100,000 barrels go to the
same city to make soap, 40,000 bar
rels of it go to the Mediterranean and
Franco to come beek here and spread
all over the world as fine olive oil,
for 10 per cent, of real olive oil will
give it just enough nutty flavor to
take away at least a little of the taste
that talla of ita origin down here in
Thea 200,COO barrels-of it go to
Holland every ye? to make that pure
Holland butter of whioh the Dutch
are so Justly prouad. The coast of
Maine fish dealers take 20,000 barrels
of it a year, for M i? s fact well-known
to all epicures that the imported sar
dine is only at its best when it is pre
pared in pure olive oil-and that, by
the wsy, is one of the reasons there
nee suoh large exportations of the
eotton seed product.to Franco every
AH this, however, only touches
Charlotte ia a general way, for at pres
ent there are only two ootton seed oil
mills here, with a capital of about
$500,000 and using between them 300
tons of seed a day. A ton of ootton
seed will turn out about forty gallons
of oil, so that Charlotte's output of
the oil is about 12,000 galions daily.
There isn't one person in a thous
and even of those who are engaged in
the growing and handling of eotton
who had any idea of the various uses
to whioh cotton seed oil is put,j or
of the varied demand there is for it,
or of the quantities eonsumed in lines
of business in whioh it plays such an
important part as a factor. The facto
and figures bearing upon this in this
extract give some idea of this and
also fore-shadow the possibilities there
are in thia industry.-Wilmington,
N. C., 8tar. _
Corea Bleed Poison, Cancer, Ulcera,
Eozema, Carbuncles, Etc-Medicine
Robert Ward, Maxey'e, Qa., says:
"I suffered from blood poison, my
head, face and shoulders were one
mass of corruption, aches in bones and
joints, burning, itching, scabby skin,
?as all run down and discouraged, but
Botanio Blood Bahn cured me per
fectly, healed all the Boroo and gave
my skin the rioh glow of .health.
Blood Balm put new life into my blood
and new ambition into my brain."
Geo. A. Williams, Roxbury, fnoe oov
ered with pimples, chronio sore on
beek of head, suppurating swelling on
neck, eating uloer on leg, bone pains,
itching skin cured perfectly by Bo
tanic Blood Balm-sores all healed.
Botanio Blood Balm oures eil malig
nant blood troubles, such as eosema,
scabs and ; scales, pimples, running
sores, carbuncles, scrofula, etc. Es
pecially advised for all obstinate oases
that have reached tba second or third
stage. Druggists, $1. To prove it
OQBBD, sample of Blood Balm sen tf ree
.sd prepaid by WT?M?S Blood Balm
Co., Atlanta, Ga. Dosoribe trouble
and free medical advice sent in sealed
leter. Sold io Anderson by Urr-Uray
Drag Co., Wilhite & Wilhite and
- He was praotioal, and has been
making love on that basis. She was
a little that way herself. "Can you
cook?" he inquired. "Can you sup
ply everything to be cooked?" she re
plied. It was a match.
- An evening call is productive of
pleasure--either when you come or
when you go.
- That woman doesn't live who can
lose at a social card game without get
- Job had 500 yoke of oxen for
. - Good things may be oheap but
cheap things are seldom good.
- Man wants but little here below
-but woman wanta a little of every
Steps tao Cawfib aaa Warka ctr tba
Laxative Bromo -Quinine Tablets cure
a cold ia one day. No eure, No Pty.
Price 25 cento.
nih Flour la Korvraj,
A great deal is done ia Norway to
improve and preserve the provisions
ptodnoed ia the country and to pro
cure a market for them abroad. The
fisheries represent one of Norway's
eek? industries, ano! quantities of flab,
are cold at very low rates, particularly
during summer. One way Su whioh
these are utilised is by means ol au
invention whieh quiokly dries and
pulverises the flesh of fresh fish. The
resulting product, called fish flour; is
easy to transport from ooo place to
another and has great nutritive value.
Anew and profitable- brandi of indus
try might be established in Amerioo,
by utilising fish in this way.
- If a rooster were as big as his
crow a whole family oould dine on one
for two weeks.
. - Circulars are being mailed broad
cast over the country by the exeoutor
of the estate of the famous Charles
Hill who died recently leaving $142,
000 in cash. The circulars describe
certain repair marks on the watch by
whian It Is boped to find the jeweler
who made the repairs and ultimately
the real name of Charles Hill. It ls
da??te e*r*fttn that Hill was living
under an assumed name, heneo this
effort to find the real heirs in the oas?.
1 ? The Rev. Dr. R. P. John BOD,
'pastor of the Fifth Avenue Baptist
Church, of which John D'. Rockefeller
is a leading member holds that bap
tism was not essential to ohuroh mem
bership. The practice of taking peo
ple into churches without baptising
them is common among Baptiste in
England, and the pastor of the Fifth
Avenue Church, in New York city,
thinks the practico should become
- A spoiled ohild is to be pitied be
oause of ita fool parents.
A G at EAT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
AT LOW PRICES,
Nearly ali styles of Disc Harrows have, during the last three months,
advanced from three to four dollars in price per Harrow.
We have on band about two Car Loads of Harrows, which we propose
selling at old prices. There is no implement manufactured that is more ne
cessary for successful farming than ? good Harrow. Our list comprises the
following : v,
Clark's Celebrated 24 Cnf?Way Disc Torrent Harrows.
The most perfect Implement in tho line of Harrow? ever manufactured.
On this particular Han ow we are ofietinf ? special inducement by putting
them down at a lower price than ever heretofore given.
16-iach, 18-inch and 2<Mmli Solid and Cutaway Bise
All of the latest improved Double Lo ver patterns.
x Acme Smoothing Harrows.
Snob sn opportunity you cannot afford to miss.
Come at one and make your selestioa.
Sullivan Hardware Co.
I t ' -. ?
, i WE have enlarged our Store room
3'nd added to our Steve and Tin biisi
ess GLASS and CROCKERY, and
would be pleased to have you call and
inspect Goods and get prices.
We sell the best Cook Stoves, Rang?, a
and Heaters on the market Would call
special attention to the Air Tight Wood
Burner. It will burn knots, chunks,
chips, corn-cobs, roots, trash of any
kind, and gives the greatest amount of
heat with lees fuel than any Stove in ex
86a. We contract for Roofing, Gut
tering, Plumbing and Electric Wiring.
Yours for business,
ARCHER & NORRIS.
Do not Fail to try our Specially Prepared
8 1-2 2-2 Petrified
Bone Fertilizers for Grain*
We have all grades of Ammoniated Fertil
izers and Acid Phosphates, also Kainit, Ni
trate of Soda and Muriate of Potash; all put
np in new bags; thoroughly pulverized, and
no better can be found in the market.
We shall be pleased to have your order.
MBBjjl Hgjjffi MD Oil Cl.
Di arr nota, Dysentery, ana
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of An/ Ag?.
Aids Digestios, Regulates
i the Bowels, Strengthens
Costs Wy 25 cents at Dn&bfc ""?IS
OT mail SS eeata to C. ?I. MOFFETT. M. O., ST. LOUIS. MO.
187a-DB. O. J. MOVTCTV-M r D**r Slr i JTosUca to you d emanda that r should elvo jos
W*9 wojot?tft OMoftnlMd to try TKKTHZrVA**aA ta a day or two thw. WM *\ groat ch?ag*-MW Ufa b*& re*ara?4r-?
?fe? bowel* w*r* r*fulAr, ?ndthAnkatoTEfiTUrHA, th. little bab? ls no? dole* Troll.
Tons, ?te, R wTllarvXB, Editor ?Ad PxoprJrtor TB***CM (AU.) HtmW,
BLACKSMITH AST) WOODWORK SHOPS !
THE undersigned, having succeeded to the business of Frank Johnson
& Co., will continue it at the old stand, and solicits the patronage of the publia
Repairing and Repainting promptly executed. *
I / We make a specialty of ''Goodyear," Rubber and Steel Horse Shoeing
General Blacksmith and Woodwork. .
Only experienced and skilled rc<?knien employed.
We have now ready for . sale Home-made? Hand-made Farm Wagon
that we especially invite your' attention to. . vt
Ws put on Goodyear Rubber Tires. tj
Yours for business a
Church Street, Opposite Jail. 3 -\n? ( k J. P.??DD.
LESSER & COMPANY
Remarkable Pricing of New Fall Goods.
A mammoth collection of the very best Fall and Winter Goods at
LE?SE1VS. A store fal) of New, Bright and Fashionable Merchandise at
prices that oaooot bo cquallod. Monster showing of new Dress Goods Coan
tera piled high with fresh, new Dry Goods, Domestic Notions, Hats. Shoes,
Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goode. The whole priced only as LESSER
oan price it. For tho last 40 years the leaders of low prices and the recognis
ed trading place of Anderson County.
NEW FALL BARGAINS IN OUR NOTION DEPART
100 l>oten Ladles Perfect Fitting Bibbed Undervests at only. ijrzn
60 Doten Lidies Perfect Fitting Union Salts et onlr.M.
SO Dosen Ladlee Welte Hemstitched Handkorchlof?. worth Sr at only. 2o
190 Dose? Ladies Extra Heavy Hosae Knit Hose, value 10c, at onlr..-.. ?. 7o
IS Deseo Infants Worsted Hoods, real value Mc, at only."." n$c
?o Donen juadles SU Wool Fascinators, real value 40c. at only.?,.,_, 34o
SO Palra Eatra Beaty 10 4 Whit? and Grey Blankets, at only Per Pair."..". 65o
10 Dosen Ladles FlsnnslsUo Underskirts, ready made ai only....".. 240
600 yards Table Die Cloth, first quality at only NMW.~.".. yjo
10 Doset. Ladies Black Parasols at owly. 25c
M White Counterpanes, ready hemmed, extra large sise, at only,.. 790
New Fall Bargains in our Dry Goods Department.
8 cents OaUogs In dark and light shades at only......... 4?<o
Beet Apron Glugbami In brown, blue and green at only.~.. 4V0
10 ?ent Outing, very ?Ide and heavy, at only." io
SS Pienes Curtain Swisses, whit? ground with rid. hi?? 2?ecn fisura Bioakr . 10c
'0P!~? AV. Wcs? Botado wo, in alt ootors. at only."7..IL.... 26o
60 Pieces new Flannelette, lr. si! tho iaWsl oior.ngs, at only.m. TUc
SO 1'lpooa doublo width Cotton Plads, beautiful designs at only ."....-.". 9^0
100 yards of Bemuants of Cheviots, extra heavy value 10c at only . 6c
One Lot Hemnanta and Sheet Lengths In all wool Rod Flannel at only. 12}?
600 yarda Dark Styles In Percales, last colors, at only.-..-.. 7c
1000 yards Extra Heavy Cotton Flannel at 6, G, 7,8 and 10c vr.rd.
MO yard Wool Piad Drees Goods, real value 25c, atonlyo.-. \1x/p
New Fall Line of Up-to-date Ladles Cloaks and Beefers.
We were fortunato to purchase while in Now York five hundred sam
plea of rip-to dato Ladies Conks, made of the very best material. When in
need of any CLOAKS it wi?l pay you to see our linc before purchasing as we
will save you oO per cent, on the dollar.
One lot Ladles Fine Cloaks, all colors, Silk Lined, at only."." tl.50
One lot Ladlee Fine Tsn Cloaks, made of French Diagonal, at only. S?.36
One lot Ladies Black Cloaks, made of Fine Beaver, Silk Lined, at only. 82.9s
One lot Ladies Extra Heavy Helton Cloaks, all colors, Silk Lined, .st only.?. Stat
One lot Ladlee Black Bonclay JackeUt, Silk Ll-ud. at only.". tl.48
One lot Ladlee Black and Tan Kersey Jackets, bilk Lined, at only.". 81.15
One lot Extra Fine 8ample Une Basalen Blouse Jackets, value 3lo,. ?4.60
One lot Child's Heavy Beefers, in ail sUes, at only."."._" 280
One lot Child's Cheviot Beefers, In all colon and tlses. at only. 76o
One lot Child's Extra Heavy Melton Beefers, beautifully trimmed, ai only.-~. S80
NEW FAUL LINE OF MILLINERY.
We offer 360 Ladles Elegantly '?M?a m ed Hats, 'any shspe and color, at only.
One Lot Bichly Trimmed Children's Hau at only.
Do not buy any Ladiea Hats until yo%see our immense variety of ele
gantly TRIMMED HATS which will be sold AT A SACRIFICE.
NEW SHOES. NEW FALL LINE OF SHOES.
OUT immense Shoo trade hes forced us to inorease our Shoe stock. We
sell only solid leather Shoes at tho very lowest prioes. Our Shoe stook is cow
complete. We purchased all of our Shoes from the largest manufactures in
the United States and guarantee any Shoe that ?oes out of our Store.
One Lot Ladies Dongola Shoes, all ?cit? leather, at only.75c
One Lot Ladies Grain Button and Lsoe Shoes, all solid, at only .75o
One Lot Ladies Vesting Top ShoeB, all sires and aolid leather, at only... 85o
One Lot Mon's Brogan Shoes, cable screwed, all leather, at oc?y.75o
One Lot Ladies' Fine Dongola Suoes, sootoh bottom, value $2, at only. ..$1.48
One Lot Gentlemen's Vioi Kid Shoes, guaranteed all solid, at only.91.50
One Lot Boy's Brogan Shoes, all solid, 3 to 5h, at only.50o
NEW LINE CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
100 Dosen Gents Fleece Line Shirts, well worth 50o, at only. 35o
10 Dozen Gents all wool Undershirts, regular value $1.50, at only. 95o
New Line Gents Hats of any style and oolor, from 25o to $2.00.
New Line of Gents Single 0 ats, value $2, at only. $1.48
New Line Gents Trousers, just received, worth $1.50 and $2, at only... $1.00
New Line Chesterfield Gents Blue Flannel Suits, real value $10, at only $7.50
Free, Free, Free-Hand Painted China FREE. A House-wife's delight, a
nicely arranged ttble. Buy your Goods of US and get a set of hand painted
CHINA FREE. Ask for Couponu for free Premiums.
Yours always truly,
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE.
LESSER & CO.,
LEADING STORE OP ANDERSON.
Why Not Give Your House a Coat of
TIC PAINT \
You can put it on yourself- it la
already mixed-and to paint your
house would not coat you more
jH'ive or ?ix Dollars!
Orr^Gray & Co.
HOME SEEKER EXCURSION RATES
The Western and Atlantic Railway and Nashville, Chat
tanooga and St. Louis Railway.
To points in Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and Missouri. Golid vesti
buled trains between Atlanta and Memphis. Only one chance of cars to
principal western cities. Very low rates to all points North, Northwest and
west. Best service and quickest time via the ^ Scenic Battlefield Route.
For schedules, rate?, maps or any information, write
JOHN E. SATTEEFIELD,
Traveling Passenger Agent, No. 1 Brown Building, Atlanta, Ga.
SaptlO, 1902 12 _6m
Acme Paint and Cernent Cure,
Specially used on Tin Roofs
and Iron Work of any kind.
For sale by
ACME PAINT & CEMENT* CO.
F. B. GRAYTON & CO.,
Druggists, Anderson,! S. C.