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to coldlict this
dblumn" h intorost. of edu
cation, and hope that I may havo
the assistance of tho teachors of
the county. No oneo knows the
needs of the school room as woll
us the teacher who occupies it. Is
your school houso in shapo to do
tho bost work you can do? Aro
thoro not many obstacles to hin
ior the bost work that might bo
ono fo)u (eho pupils? Could you
,ot dsihl attention to thom and
e/ggost a romedy?
Sond communications intonded
for this coluimin to W. W. F.
Bright, Maynard, S. C.
At tho close of R. N. lill's writ
ing school at Maynard school
house, tho teacfher and pupils had
a "4 poko supper'' which realizod a
nico .tittlo suimI to the crevdit of the
library and light ftund. Go thou
and do likowise.
Tho teacher must have hoth a
iear sight and a f1ar sight in toch
ing, must think what the child
needs to-day, and what he will
need twenty years from to-day.
The schools should successfully
emphasize tho variety and gran
deur, as well as extont of the uni
ve1se(. 1t is noq t se0ntimnn'iit that is
ied(led so much as approciative
Oone aim of' leaching is to vivify
intolligonce, to make what wo see
and hear livei as a part of our bo
ing, to m11al what wo know as
much i part of oirselvvs ais our'
nearest friends aIe.
SuccossfuIlI is that teachor who
sleleds in making th0 childronl
realizo that the ir school wvorc is
no purposeless orrand, but, that.
Overy day of school lifo is a part
of a purposefuil joirnHoy.
"Philosophy" applies to educa
tion better thani to teachimg. .it
deals with relitionis to exto1n11al
rather than internal interests.
Education forcos (ex'erunt slool
relatiols, teacing i1ntornal school
\Will you tell me what states do
not have' free te'xt.-loks" V. 0. 1.
ii , is eafsier1 to toll whatii stater
haf free text-ook baw ('Thes a
ark.aie New oractyshie, 10in)1
usttPas, etc., hand, free nnt
.auo.IJuthe DisriAT o)fCoNn
sei ll exaupii low the h-cho
:radit o r spliwithretx
soos; hio pormits yo t adoptionii
>a fooetookee;hs biit n
goin tollowin answh ers (lone
himonuld fr oml Egtlih boar
osayooltxainaions byt he wani-e
Rabnios-Wht,i o fet aoundo
QCotpation--Whn e toas i
give ay aot innoeuh a e
Funcion-WheiCnsa ellowc fl
inafn . i lasO)O''(
Civi War-W he eacth.sd
ivs way a ile ael~ao
(0) af i e the equator in
(Aht ,, he elliptic before it
is du, .
Zon nuadr'uped living
Africa. (2) A
'venly stoy with
, Ld in Eng
hing could have
, the devil would
ling on foot long
S ~onts of 'a tl Oruble
HE YEAR 1894 PASSED IN REVIEW.
lilures, Casualties, Crlmos, Foreign and
ndustrial 1lappenings, Mlotoorology,
Political, Social and Sporting
UANKS GlfERfALLY. OTHERS Fonl 0400,000
Jan. 8-So'tthorn Z and and Improvomon
Co, FrAnkfo ,C y. 00,000,
tan. O-C1 _.ons' iQnk at Ogdon, Utah....
Dank of Port shington, Wis,
Jan. 10-W. It. iook & Co., San Francisco
0ouisiBon mrhan ,00.
Jan. 14-Mov t1o (Ia savings bank.
Jan. 16-bierchants' k, Ec llis, Han.
Jan. 10-Third national bank, Detroit....
Dank of Zunbrota Win.
an. 22WostvioW savings batik, at Louis.
'at'. 4-First national bank, Fort Payne,
Fob. 0-Signa Iron Co., of Plhiladolphia;
Fob. 1--Amerienn national bank at Spring
niold, io.... lurlington (la.) Firo & Tornado
Mar. 2-Stato bank at 13rookvillo, Han.
lIlar. 7-l3ank of Ilarrison, Nob.
Ar1.I 13--linnk of Excolalor Sprhing, AMo.
Mar. '8-Pcoplo's savings bank of Duluth. and
Mor'hnuts' bauk of West Duluth.
Apr. O-J. 13. \Vatkins Mortgago Co. of Law
ronco, Kan.; $5,650.000.
Apr. 10-Aspon Col.) national batk.
Apr. 18-W. I. '1honinas & Son, whisky deal
ers and distillers at Loulsvillo, K y.; f.50,0j0.
Apr. 10-West. Superior iron & Steel com
pany of Milwaukco; t..00.000.
Apr. 2-Molrchant' baik of Enid, 0. T.
Apr. 27-1enry Newman & Co., inportors of
olothing supdlies in Now York; $1,600.000.
Apr. 1l0-Seandlinvian and Finland Emigrant
Co. of Now 'York; 000 000.
May 4-First ntionafl ui of Sedalia, AMo.
blay 7-Stato national bank at Wichita, Kum.
May H-A. N. Schuster & Co., clothing deal
era at St. Joseph, Mo.; $500,000.
May Id-National baik of Pendiloton, Oro.
Iay 18-The ordor of Tonti In hantids of ro
o ori PhIilaldlphia.
Aity 20-Traders' bunk of Tacoia.
biay 21-Hank of i'omipo at Plonaix, A. T.
nlay Ut---tink at Enterprise. lian.
.uno 4-Steelo & WaIlter, wholu.-alo grocers
at 8L. JosophI, Mo.; $700,0010.
Jutine i--.'rimrs' and Alerchatints' bank at
South IInd, 0. T.
Juno 7-cerman niational banik at Denvor,
Juno H-Union Wareliouso Co. of Now York;
June 10-Amcriean Investmont Co. ut Eta
niottsbitrg, in.; 6A00,00.
.utno -18-(loodwini & Swift, of New York,
eloctric railway builders and proinoters; $?0.
June 21-Black 11111 nattional bunk of Rapid
oity S1 ).
July 29-1,'Irst tional batik of Ornt, Nob.
Aug. 1l-iaker City (Ore.) national baik.
Aug. 7 - Citizen,' tamvings banik at Ports
Aug. 10-Second national bank, Altoona. Pa.
Aug. 13-Wiclitla (Ifat.) naittional hunk.
Aug. 17-Comnercini & Savings bank of Lud
in ton, Mich.
,op. 0--Middl'ton (Pt1.) bank.
Sop. 7-lutual lieneilt, Life nnsoelat0to n of
Ainerlen.henjiqurtors at, Now York; 10,t:40.00,0
....Okuhomia county batnk at South Einid,
Sepl. 10-Citizns' ban1k of Ilatt*miouth,
Sop 2'-Couiuorctl banik t Weeping Wt
Ot. 1-First national bunk of Fayettevillo,
Oct. 5-Coffmn & Stanton, stock brlokors In
Now York: $3,000.0.
Oct. 10-Aineriean Debenturo Co., of Chliongo;
Oct. 11-First ntiona l bank of ICnrney, Nob.
Oc.. 12-dffano county naitini baLnic at
Oct. lI--Merced bunk, at Merced, ('i.
Ocit. 23-Ocorgo M. Irwin & Co., of Pittsburgh,
Pn.; $1,000 000
Oct. e5-J. J. elithian and .. J. 1ltiman &
Co., wholesalo druggists fit Ieiver; e500,0(10.
Nov. 8-San Bernardino (Cal.) First national
Nov. 12-FIrst natioial bank of Johnson City,
. 0-Portland (Oro.) savings baukt
Nov. 1,3-11rownt national bankc at SBpoknuo,
Nov. 27-lCondall Unmnkini; compnny at How
ard, -. 1 .... Seourity National bunk of Grand
Nov. ' #-7nk4 Canovat,H. 11.
1i00. -1-North i'atte (Nob.) national bank.
.Tacomia (Wa'sh.) iutionttl bank.
D~ec.8I-Farmners' Insutranco Cii., of Seattle,
I ee. 11 -Cotmmweitl bantk, at Si. Joseph,
Decc. 12--(ity nattionual bank .'a Qunnah, Tox.
Uee. lfl-Ce'arney' (Nt-h.) tntionl ban11k,
Dhec. 111-Unioti Itiing tand 1"avintgs ('o. of
Dei. Mioinesi, Ia.... W~oonnttit lank at Wooni
1)ce. 17.--Cit ize'ns' stork bank, of Slator, Mo.;
ailso Sintor savings bank.
.lnn. 2--Six t fire at littlalo, N. Y.... Six in
rnironid wreck at Lintwoodi, h inn.,
Joan. 'I-Six. by powder e:pliionit, Spritig
Jani. 6-Eight in schtootnr wreck near Ips
JIan. 12-Mix drtowned in lialtitutoro harbor....
Sor-en drownted by itviwJ way oif drawbridge
betwoon Br-oolyn ind ILong lusland City.
Jatn. 15--Tent in irailway collisioni ntonr Ihnck
eonak, N..Scon ini raiiwtiy wreck near
San lininoi, Cali.
Jatn. 10--46ven itn railway accident, at Caza
Juan. 24l--.Eighit in burnling itisane asyliun near
Jan. '5i--Six, by capairing of boat, ini Charles
toin (S. 0.) harber.Six, by cninizinug of boat.,
near Hullivan islatnd, S. C.
Jan. 80-Six, by boiler Oxiilosioni, at, ('row,
Feob. 12- Fivo of schiooner's c'rew in blizzard
near linco 1l'oiut, Mait. .. . in Olc lthotma dutrling
blizzard 80 pers~ons lei~~hed'i.
F"ob. 13--At P'lymiouthi, l'at., 131 ini iino cave
Fob. 22-Eitlht by ex plosion in coal minis at
lllossburg, N. M..ivo ini boiler explosion at
Fob. 23-Seven fromt effectsa of (ntinag pork
coanaiing trichina inetirt Nebtigian City. Irtl.
Feb. -I-SIx In horinhg homie near M turfrOOs
Feob. 28-Nighteetn ft lhrmen o.f Gloucestor,
Mar. 1-i-1'ivo in ratilway wrreck near AMoun
tain llomie. Idaho.
Mfar. 18-itn'vioiity of Santa Atnna, Tox.,
In eyelonio, '20 ipersonis.
Alar. 23-six in explosioni of powdor works
near P'it tabur~gh, Pa.
Atar. 20-At tCanyoni C'reek, Watsh., 1.1 persons
burtied ini stinwslie.
Aptr. 7-Elevoen by explosionis In iroworks
factory noar Pit tsburgh., Vii.
Apr. 0-Nin ti iremaon in burniing theater at
Milwaukeo.... Six in wreok oil ('hathtnm. Aina.
....ovon in railway wreck tiear Whtitolhall,
Apr. 18--it fire at Duff (ale. N. Y., 13 perished.
A pr. 14-Eight drownted at Salisbury lIoach,
Mfay 13-Nino Coxoyitos crossing Yakima
river at Zillah, Wash., drowned.
Ainay 17--Five by eyclone near Kunklo, 0.
Sitay 18-Sis drowned in gale at Milwaukee,
,..Int gale ont Lako bliohigani 28 lives lost, in
vioinity of ('hictago.
Mfay 19-Seon in railroad eoliisIon in aRtand
Rlock tunnel near Prinecton,1Ky.
Mfay 30-Six in railroad wroelt at Mannnor
Juno 6-Five bioys died at Tarr 'town, N. Y.
frent entinig poisoitnus root....s Sx Chtinmed
by gasolinto explosion at Portland, Ore.
Jluno 7-Tiwenty members of an industrial
army dlrownied tiar Rlghiton, Col.
Juno 10-Five by hiilitning; in Nowv.ersoy,
,Juno 2-iFivo dlrowned1 by upsott itg of yachbt
off Ilay Ridge, N. Y.... For-i~y-two by sintkintg of
tug Ni coli n 'ar New York,
Juno 27--'wolve In oycleno near Sleepy Eye,
June 28-Tea by tornado in Miinnesota and
J uly 1-Fivo from heat at New Orloana
July 0-Fivoe by fallint of Canadian ISnoifl
brid~r nonr Greenvillo, Mfo.
Ja tyI4-Fivo drowned at Load 1111), Ark,
Jul 10-Four regulor soldiers f roam Fort
i3 byin Chicago by oxplosion of ammunition
July 17.- ght mon by dynamtito explosion at
July 28-Seven men in railway collimion near
Qdeen Ciy Tox.
29y I ittoon by forest firos at P'hiilps,
. -Fivo drowned by stageocoaoh being
swept ito a stram hen' HJoiwind, 0ol.
Aug.0--iveporsh~ inburning house D*af
.-Twenty-four persons in riliroad
Alug. 1Svn y nngat Do lKaib,
.4-.AI Duidgovillo, DoL,22 by capsizing
00dl' by ai nning Into wagon
g Franklin, W ,~i, 87 by gap ex
Au.8-ivo by loudburt at Waldo, To
Bo~2-Xforat.firs 1i inesota, -
- iv 4~r i Whng ton.
- ~~Onob northern Iowa and4
Qono 0 uk 110i
ish Wonaire Who Rules
in the Caroline Islande.
01y Thrift and Industry He Has Ustab.
Jlahead Frofitable Trade IRelations
with America and OhIna and
Has a Standing Army.
Oneo a young Irishman sailed to the
Pouth seas as shipper of 4 little trading
vessel. His fortune consisted of an ad
vpnce from the owners, the clothes on
)ds back and his kit, hit; stout arins
and his good, hard sense. Now, this
Irishman, no loing'r young, is, accord
ing to the San Francisco Chronicle, a
moneyed prince of tho tropics, easily a
Millionaire, and the virtual owner of a
tight little South sea Island or two.
Daniel D. O'Kccfe is his name, and the
Islands of Yap and St. David, in the
Caroline group, are pretty much his
O'Keefe landed in New York about
forty years ago, and, after knocking
about the metropolis for a time, shipped
for a trading vessel on the South seas.
From there lie made his way to San
Francisco inid got to be captain of a
little craft bound for the Carolines.
1is hard experience stood him In good
stead und he caie back to San Fran
cisco with a comfortable lump of
money. From here he went to Sa
vannah, Ga., where he married him a
wife. With her he returned to San
Francisco and fitted out a second ox
pedition to the Carolines.
At Yap, one of the largest islands of
the group, O'Keefe established the
pioneer trading station, which has
since become ono of the largest in the
vicinity of the equator.
At that time little was known of St.
David's island, whlich is in 1 degree
north latitude and 134 degrees 25 ulu
utes cast longitude. O'Keefo, in his ox
plorations, landed on the island. lie
found only sixteen inhabitants left out
of a large tribe The thrifty trader do
terminied to get possession of the island
and extend his copra interosts. After
u, long investigation he discovered that
England had a prior clain to it by
right of discovery. This was merely
an obstacle to be cleared awiy and
O'Keefe promptly puslied it asidd. He
wvent to England, and, it Is said, suc
ceeded in having his possession of the
island confirmned, the only stipulation
being that he would care for the na
tives. O'Kecfe kept that part of his
contract to tho letter. lie proceeded
it once to build IL fort and then col
olizeCd the place, briniging nativCs from
islands near by. lie mounted soino
simall cannon in the fort and arnied the
natives with rifles, in the us of which
he instructed them fully. Then lie
drilled the soiliors thoroughly in the
manual of aris, so thuat lie soon had a
body of ieni capable of holding St.
David against i '1 Iinvaders.
icanwhilo O'JKeofo's vife dId, leav
Ing hin a daughter to rear. The tiader
sent his little girl to her grandparents
in Savannah, with instrnetions to edu
cato her In the best colleges in the land.
Refo'o O'Keefe acquired St. David a
native woman ruled over the handful
of inhabitants as queen. She was a
comely young person, and soie time
after the death of his wife the trader
married her with due und proper ob
servance of South sea marriage cere
All the whille O'Keefe did not over
look his interests In Yap. ltany of the
natives there were heavily in debt to
him and they pahli ofY their mortgages
ini copra. Theli tradler gradually got
control of the copra in the Carolines 'by
these methods until lhe had wvorkcd up
a sort. of corner in the sun-dried cocoa
nut. Mamny at t empts have bccn made
by San Francisco firms to brealc his
hold( on1 thle stock, Imct all have failed.
O'Keefo wvent to liong Kong, bonght
t wo miore schooniers, anad branched out
still more ex tensively, securing control
of the copra for leagues around. H~o
did nmot forget thme companies which at
tempited to break up his business, and
when they sent vessels to trade in the
C'arolines~ they had to buy copra to
bring back to San Francisco, and they
had to pay the prie lie asked
Iliong Kong presented a good fild for
spewculaition to O'Keefe, water-front lots
were selling cheap and lie bought con
side ramble promperity t here. It is said
that1 to-day Ihis possessions aggregate
nearly twvo-thIirds of the harbor front.
D~uring the p~laugne thle O'Keefe district
was one of thle worst plague spots.
The queen of St.. David island died
and the trader sought a nothber wife, a
white girl of thong Kong. O'Keefe
chartered more vessels at Hlong Kong,
anud senit thecm through the South seas
trading for coprat. lie has invested
some t wo hundred thousand dollars in
Yap) and w~hien there, although lhe as
sumes the garb of a native, lie lives like
a p~rince. The best the markcet affords
is on his table, and lie is a connoisseur
of wines and cigars. O'Keefo la also
said to have acquired a large blockc of
~property in Savannah, wvhich has ini
creased in value greatly. llis daughter
by his first wvifc is married there and
has quite a family, and th6 copra king
Is preparing to visit her.
With all his wealth the trader never
lets an opp~ortunity slip by wvhe there
Is any money to be made. llo is the-ofil
cial pilot for the Yap, and charges
what lhe pleases for his services. As lie
has no competition In this line lie is as
autocratic as the pilots of San Francis
cc harbor. As may 1)e imagined there
are no cut rates for the vessels of thoso
companies which 'nave in the past tried
to freeze him out. King O'Keefe is nowv
just sixty years of age, but Is as vigor
eus as ever.
TXhe little army on St. David island
has swocled In numbers to several hun
dred tand O'Keefc has put up fine bar
racks for his soldiers. TVhe kcing is
proud of his "standing army," which
costs him little to maintain, and it Is
his boast that it contains the finest
body of drilled and disciplined men in
the broad Pacific. O'Keefe reads the
Arperican newspapers carefully, but he
has never boon kcnowvn to permit himself
to be interviewed. The story of his life
and explorations was told by a trader
inst in from the South seas.
A Princo at a IDargain.
The businesslk e haraetor of the
matrimonial ideas of foreign men of
title is illustrated by this advortise
ment, found in a recent copy of a|
Vienna newspaper: nA young prine I
the owner of a lordly estate of groaL
valioe, 'has the intention to marry. He~
seeks a handsome and intelligent girl
of about twenty years of age, of good
family, and wi th a dower of not lest
than three million gueldens (one an4
one-quarter million dollars). Apply,"
Are adding lots of useful BAR
AINS to their Stock for
MR. 1AGOOn is in New
York now ; we expect him to
do wonders this season, as
Goods are cheaper now than
they were ever known to he.
We aro better prepared than
ever to serve oi, aid ask for
HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
Pickenls, N. C. Sept. . I891.
SAY MY FRIENS ?
The Gold Bugs and Dead
are getting the best ofr me
nIO', so I am compelled to
allow all of my holinest cus
tomers to help n by settling
their accouit. Please do so
if possible 1 am needing
money very bad to pay debts
.1 have still got Sugar ,Cof
fee, Syrup, Lard and Flour to
sell anl some Patent Medicine
to sell, come and buy a bot
tle and it wvill act on your
Liver and Lungs and cleans
your blood so that you will
always try to tell the truth
and pay your honest debts,
hoping you will take my ad
v'ice and give meC youir tra (de.
IV. C. Bramlett.
CoUW oV CoMMoN PLEAs.
F. MN. Morris, 0. T. Hutchins
and S. A. S. Porter, partners trad
ing and doing blisiness under the
firt namo and style of F. M. Mor
ris & Co. Plaintiffs.
J. Frank Wolls.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
(Comnplaint not Served.)
To 'riiE DEFw x'r J1. Frank
You are hierebly suinunoned andl
required to answer the complaint
in this action, of which a copy is
herewithI served upon you, and tc
serve a copy of your answer to the
said comipli nt on the suibscribei
at his oflice at Pickons, S. C..
within twenity (lays after the ser
Vice hereof, excli ive of the day
of suchm ser'vice; andl if you fail t'c
answer the complaint with in the
time aforesamid, the Plaintififs in
this action will apply to the Court
for thne relief (lemandled in the
D~ated 21st. Dloe,, A. D. 1.894.
.J. M. ST'ICWA RT, C. C. P. C.
C. IC. ROmINsoN,
To 'rilE DEFE.'1NDAN'r J. Frank
Please take notice that the Sum
mons and~ Conmlplaint in this action,
of which the foregoing is a copy
of the Summons, was filed in the
office of the Clerk of the Court for
the County and Statoe aforesaid on
the 21st (lay of December 1894 and
inow on file in saidl office, and aln
oror of ptublication graonted on
C. E. RomssoN,
Sou'rii CAnoux IA,
GREE ~itv 1,LE CoU NTIY. J
Couwiir 01F C(M MON PLEAs.
For'suant to judgmont of the
Court in thme abovo entitled case I
will sollI at public out-cry to the
h igheost bidder before the Court
11ouso door a t Pickens (.ourt House
in the oun ty of Pickens (during
the legal hours on Saicsday in Jan
nary, .1895, the following real Cs.
All fthat tract of land situate in
Central TIownship in the County of
Pickona, State aforesaid, contain
in~g four hundlrod and fifty (450)
acroes more or loss, adjoining lands
of Mrs. Ri. R. Child, Harrison
Vaughn and Fod (Garvin. tSold
unde(lr order of Oourt in the case
of Gi. Wv. Taylor, vs, P. B. Watson,
of, at, Terms one-half cashi, bal
ance in) nmoe mouthe from day of
sale, the credit portion to bear in
torost from (lay of sale, and be so
cured by Liho bond of theopurchaser
and mortgage of the promises.
Purchamsor to pay for papers.
D. 'P. VERNER,
Mastor, Groenville County.
Uso lroawn's. Iron mtlters.
SET DOWNO nI study
As. Though YOU Were going
you will see in a very lituL tI jii.
heaper than any other HOUSE, in
We claim to buy more Clothing t
this town put together. In the se<
goods from Traveling Men, who 4
third place, We pay spot cash fbr ev4
buy. In the fourth place, We do no
books, therefore, we never lost any m
fifth place, We have been in the:
years and know the Clothing Busine
together and you can readily see tht
lens' Suits froi
Come in and see them and yol
Come in and as sure as you do we N
Nov 2 -. 1191
[successor to liates J
VEH-ICLES, of all kinlM. Hi \ li
'0OlL \ 10 B3':TDLjES, No?
oh Fidi a y'., 'I?
Vehicles, Kentucky W
Co's "Old Hickory Waa
facturing Co Columbs
09 BiU, Wa(oil dild idl
m ~Un Yo
Woaro going to close out a largo
Evorything kept in a firstj class j
~harness storo. Q
.These goods have got to go as
the business has to 00 closewd out, DI
e or will cleso out in hulk.
GOWER & GOODLETT, 1
[102, Main-Street, oin
SSept. 22-94. Greenville, S. C.,o
FRE 'o JURALREADns.---The
scribors should have the advantage
'af everyv goodl thing going.. Wit~h
this on-' in view we havo arranged Oh
with 'I o Hostormean Publishing Ora
SCo., or Springuld~l, Oh i1, for a
supply of yearly~ bgsor, ii'ns top
their great monthly, "THEa AMrFRI
cAN Fi'nw NF"W' "' wh'ich will he P~
. snroen~~ ted FR' iE' T'o av'RY.t~ PAiD IN
'ID'A C nhe - - ' U'
8oUTHERN RAILWAY CO
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
Route of the Great Vestibulod
CONDENrSED BOUEDULU OF PASSENGER TRAINSt
In Effect 06tober 28th, 1804.
vor. Lin l"st Mail
Northbound. No. 38 No. 30 No. 12
Daily Daily Daily
Lv Atlanta 0 time 12.00 Wi 9.00 pm 8.00 an
Atlanta E time 1.00 pm 10.00 pm 0.Q0 am
" Noroross...... ........ 10.37 pm 9.44 air
"Buford........ ........11.00 pm 10.17 am
" Gainesvin.. 9.15 m 11.31 pm 10.43 an
Lula........... .......... 11.3 pm 11.12 am
Cornella....... .......... .......... 11.37 ain
M t. Airy ...... .......... .......... 11.40 an
Toccoa........ .......... 12.45 am 12.06 i
We.tmiustor . ....... 1.21 am 12.42 pn
Sencen........ ....... ..1.0 amn 12.69 pn
Central. 4.46 pnm 2.10 am 1.48 pn
Greonvillo .... 530 pim 3.00 am 2.35 pn
1Spatflt anbu rg., 6.22 pm 4.01 am 3.41) pu
Ga Ieys . . ... .......... 4.42 ,m 4.!4 pn
llacksburg 7.11 pm 5.00 nm 4.12 pn
King'sMount' .......... 1.23 am 8.08 pn
Gastonia,...... ....... 5.40 am 5.31 pu
Ar. CharloS o. .... 8.21 pm (.30 am 6.20 pi
Ar. Dainvilto...... 12.27 am 11.45 am 12.40 an
r.jeiiiil.... 6.M'ini ~4.66jpiti ~~(IM-~ij
Ai . VIl Il ion .. 7.13 nm 8.30 pn.
HIaltim'O P.at.n1. 8.23 am 11.35 pm.
Philadlphia.. 10.40 nm 3.03 tm .........
Now Yorl..... 1.23 pm 0.23 am ......
Soutlward. No. 37. No 35. No. 11
Daily Daily Dairy
Lv Now York r.u. 4.90 pm 12.15 nt .........
1 Phitadelphia.. 0.55 pm 7.20 nm .........
"Uiltixmore..... 9.20 pm 9.42 am .........
Washington... 10.43 pm 11.01 am .........
Ni huiond..... n1oal 12.4~i'ri ~i6~i
a I ikl.. . ..4 5 am .6- p i ii .0lii
Ciarlotto...... U.35 am 10.60 pm 12.20 n'1
Gastonia ...... ......... 11.20 pm 1.05 p1
" King'sMount'n .......... ...... . 1.10 pi
Blaolcsbur.... 10.48 ni 12.05a.i 1.55 pr
Gaffneys ...... ..........1..... 2.12 pu
Spartantburg.. 11.37 ali 12.57 2.55 pr
Greenvillo..... 12.28 pm 1.52 am 4.05 pr
Contral........ 1.16 pml' 2.40 am 6.33 pi
Seneca........ ......... 3.01 nm 0.01 pr
Westminster.. ........ ........... 0.20 pi
Toccoa ........ .......... 3.49 am 7.00 p
M ount Airy... .......... .......... 7.35 p1
" Cornolia....... ......... ......... 7.38 pt
La....................14.42 nm 8.05 pi
G tesvilo.... 3.31 pm 4.59 mi 8.80 pr
"' U ord...... . .......... .......... 0.08 p
Norcros.. ........... .......... 9.39 p
r Atlantia time 4.55 pin .20 am 10.0 pi
r Atlanuta C time 3.053 pm 5.20 amn 0.30 p1
Pulilmnu Car Service: Nos, 35 and 30 Un
ted States Fast Mail, Pullman Slooping Cars bI
twoen Atlato an Now York.
Nos.37 and 38--Washing ton and Southwester
Vestibulod Limited, betwoon Now York tr
Now Orloans. Through Pullman Slccpers b
tween New York and Now Orleans, via Atla
ta and Montgomery, and nlso betwoon Washli
ton and Monphis, via Atlanta and Hirthmiglhan
Nos. I and 12, Pullimmi Slooping Car botwco
Ilichmiond, Danville and G reensboro.
For detailed information as to local a
through time tables, rates and Pullman Slco
Ing oar resorvatlons, confer with local agent
or addross -
W. A. TURK. S. IT. HARDWICK,
G0n'l Pass. Ag't. Ass't General Pass As
W.srNoTON, D. U. A'rIAN'rA, 0.
W. If. RYDE-1R. Superhitndent, Charlott
W. 11. G! N-, J. N. cU1.P,
Gen't7.7 -. Tame ar.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CC
Condenasud Schedule, In Effect Oct. 21st.'9
Trains run by 75th Meridian 'rimo.
"Columbia................... ......1 4 a:
" Prosperity.'................... ...1.051)
A'n ewvborry-............ ............ 1.10 p
A urdnton ... (Ex Stun)............. :.to p
" Groomvood...................... .5
" Abbovil..... ............ .... .....f p
"...n....--.-..... ........ ........110.36
Lv. Walhalla................... ...... .35 n
"Scenoca ........... ................ 10.00 ii
" J2oion............................ 11.-251
A , Doaald's......... ................ 12.101
IOcgos..-........................ ..'5 i
*i ronwood........ ..............12.55 1
T aos (x un).................. 10.401
"Olinton (E~x Sun)... ........21.10 n
" Newborry ......................2 2.111)
"' Prosperity....................... 2.f 5 11
Ar. Columa................. 4.21)
iBotweenx Anderson, Ilelton nnd (Orconvill
No.11. I -STATIONS. No. 1
p. imt Lv...Anderson..,.Ar'2.01 p
4p. m ''....oltou.........,..'.-.11.45 a
-.25 P. ml "...Willisamston......... 11.1,9 a
4 31 P. ml"....Polzer ............ " 1.03 a
5.1np mAr ...Greenvl.....Lv 10.16 n
Ilotween Columbia and Ashoevillo.
Dailyv. I I I Dail
No. 13. I ~ [STATIONS. I iNo.
11.30aam.... Lv.ColumbiaAr'. ... .5
12.10pm ......" . .Alston.. ........ 3.10
1.16pm ......... .Santtuo...."... .0
1.O5pm .........".Uaion... " .. . 110
1.S4pm ......... .Jonesvill1e "'....1.0
2.07pm ......... . Pacolt.."....... 2.21p
2.85pm ...ArS Sart'b 'j Lv .... ..Ii.45a
S.15pm . ...Lv Snart'b'gAr . t.....il.1a
0 80 p......... 4A Aphevio L . ... 8.10a~
o4s.u1 and 12 are solid trains bet tWenOharie
ton and Waihalla.
Talas Ioave S artanhrA.ad.dvso
tthbouid. 401 . m., . a., . p.i., (o
uledIdimitedl; ouhun,12.67 a. in., 2.55
m, 11.87 a. ni,, Yetibu lt Limited). wel
bo .N D.vision, 3.15 P. mx. for nd
'1'~it nlf1ave Greenvllo, A. atid 0. DivIsle
motpmtod);'p, m., and 5,30 p.in., (Ve
10 d iita souii ound.,1.52 a. mn., 1.05
Trains Gavo Sonova, A. and C. Divis ion, nmor t
botundJ1i 0 . p. and 12.50 p. m.; southboumd, 3.!
a. mn. and 6.01 p. p.,
Pullman Pal.ev Sleopinag Cars oa Trains;
ad387 an4 , Sn A .and C. DI)Ilsjon.
Ge'1 'r, Prafic Mgr.
~Vshington, D. C.
E. UE KE LV, Supt., Columbia. S. C.
00nt Fti. At. As'tGon'l Pass. AgI.,
Wvashington, D.. C. Atlanta. Ga.
F~or rhoumatismi I havo foun
nothing equal to Chamberlain
Pain Balm. It rolioves tho pai
1s SOOn a8l applied. J, W, You
Weost Liberty, WV. Vi. The priomij
reliof it a1Yords is alono wor]
many timos the cost, 50Ocots. It
cOntinued use0 will oflfect a p)ormali
int curo'. Foi 81a10 by Dr. G. Wt
IEarle; Pickens; C. N. Wyatt, Easle
Hall, Sloan, & Co , Fort Hill; hinnto
& Boggs, Liberi~y; L. R. Eaton, Cep
Remloml)ber tha11t yon1 can1 got. th
Jonan. n yar for $1.25.
000 . Ro -.0I
to study yqur Lesson
Sh.% w e Oa tisell .vo k
his tate. In the first place,
han all the Olothing Houses in
sond place, We do 1lot buy our
3omrr.and large salaries, in the
)ry dollar's worth of goods we
credit business. We keep no
oney in bad Debts, and in the
Manufacturing business for 20
ss from A, to Z. Put all this
Lt we are just what we olaim.
n $2.50 up
n 450 up.
i will see we make no Bluffs.
Fill sell you.
.Uain Stroot, Greenville, S C.
N IS. Itobes. S~A D: LES.
s Buggy Co's Elegant,
a g o n Manufacturing
onis," the Pope Manu
~ a hcs.
Strictly puroe Wriite Lead, Lin-.
ed Oil and Trpenitinte, Long
ali & Martinez punre Recady.miixed
PATI N TS.
mo, Portland 8an OllesendIl
entenllts and P11Ilas ter Pais,
Chuircheos' improved Cold-water
AL A BASTJN E,
Iloth white and in tints, the best
I8H, D00RS ANO BLINDS,
IESSED LUMBER, MOULD
.-- our Ofmco la ~a$ samek address, 1M?
'shingtoni Street, but we have removed
btock to the baRsemen~t, with an on
noe on Laurens Street, about a hundred~
from our 011icc at the roar of the Ware,
iso, Piease give us a call on writo ts
T. 0. GOWER & 80AE
Ireen -ill S, C., Mreh41~ 89lA
ia certain cure for Chronic Moro 19y
nlate I Eye Lids, so a i;- i .
ama'.4tter, SUit R~he
or pu.~Ing a hors.e in a line bltithy
on try D)r. ('w4yvS ('en:1%n P .w