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To shame Drunkards.
It appoars from a statement in
a Russian newspaper that General
Wahl, the Governor of St. Peters
burg, has devised a now nethod of
shaineing the tipplers of the Mus
covite capital into sobriety. In
order to encourage the spread of
temporanco the Goveral has is.
sued a poremiptory order that the
namos and addresses of all people,
whatever may be their rank or
sex, found in the stieets in a disor
derly or intoxicated condition,
shall bo printed on large posters
and publicly displayed at certain
points of the city and also pub
lished in the Official Gazette. Glen
eral Wahl's procedure is only a
modification of a system put in
force some fitty years since by
one of his prodecessors in office.
Drunk and disordorly cases,
whether they belonged to the up
per or lower classos, woro con
pellled, uin(er tho siupervision of
the gondarios armed with stout.
canes, to sweop the stroots for a
certain imunbr of hours every
morning, and the mouj iks, whether
male or fomale, were sibsequently
taken to the police station and re
galed with a copiouls dose of birch.
Thero is a curious engraving rep
resonting those involuntpry scav
engers at work in a book ontitled
"Los Mysterios do lt Russie," by
Mf. Fnl dic Locroix.-London Stand
Balloon 311a useyeue.
There floated over the hamlet of
the other afternoon, inl mid-air, a
balloon. Suddenly it appeareid to
hurst and fall rapidly towardfl the
earth. FOaring that ia disistori had
occurred, the terrified folks ran to
t he spot at which they expected t-1w
merostat, would reach the grotind,
when, to thoir ama11'zelent, iley
say a parlI'flll tacute detach itself fromt
the crIt and descond gently. Imi
med4iately ,thflo varth was toued (
one11 of the piissengers juImpe(d upon
a s1mal1 hiuyclo which lhe had
brouighI. witil iM from the terial
1giO(s, an1d he disappearod in the
direcetion ofr Levallois in the
ieighuborhjood of Paris, as rapidly
as- fthe macinell couild carry hin .
The e3XI)lmAtion of this sinlgiulair
ovccirrene() is s imple. The ha lloon
waits t ho Caliban, and the ascent,
wils 11111(i from Lovollois by CaptJ
tauin Capazza ald M. I [arviou, the
lattor being the cyclist. Thieir 01)
j(ct was to lOst the p1ossibility of i
halloon be-ing umed for carrying
Warl disipatchevs, anld they assume1wd
that an nem(311y succeeded in des
troying it.. Yet, they provod that
by 1110111 (if tie parahut they
wouldl he able to make good then
escape andl t out, distnance theii
pursuiers wih thIle id of thle port.
able bicycle.-LondIon Tlelegraph
Liberty is th ha iighiestf hiessing~
thmt a naition canu (enjoy. It mluis
first hot de~serv(d ho5fore it, cani he
enajoyotd. 16 is the t rue initerest of
every cit izen to 0111o a) Vtll hionor
able anduiu justl means11 Ihait. it may
1be h)oth deservod anud en joyedi
Po'tliticail intelligence is thloe shieet
anichor of lib ert. Corruption
ca nnot ex ist. where'i tno will sub
mit to 1h0 corruptof d. Tihe homes oIf
the peoplei is thue cradlo of li hortv'.
"1 "a eased to rulo Romet OPr
Nero. n~-eer would( hlve darld tI
ainuS. Ii ims~el f with h11s fiddle, nor
CabI gul a with hiis horse.
Tihe greatest obstaclos blocking
the roadt to goniino Ii bert.y' is ig
niorane, batrbarism, cowardice,
and bigotry. Education alone is
the panacea for thioso afilictions.
We do not umean to say that any
kind of odiucationi will ciure thos~e
(lhsOases. ExpeOrienlco ha~s tauightL
the cent rary. Them kind of teach
mtg necessary is tupoun the trute
se1ioneC of huma tn government-ut.
An Irishmanu complarin hi
watch with the clock of St. Paul 's,
burst into a it of laughter. Boing
askee what tick led him, ha an.
swo'rod, "'An' h ow enni I helpj it.'
Hiero is my13 little wuatcht that1 wats
made b.y P'addy (I'Flaboertv, thatl
cost me but1 firo gaihuefi isba
yotur bug Loindonj clock thero a fuill
hour arm a qua11rte sinico v'sterday
RUN DOWN WITH
DYS PEPS IA
~ ' AND HEART
Almost in Despair
,"For fifteen years, i was a great auf. 0
aerer from Ind~igest ion in its worst forms 0
* I tested the skill of rnany doctor., but
ewworse and worse, uti I becamo
ithout having to t down atu rest.y
w -t o.rible suffering bt dye.
his rustic % 10 Wrren co., N.,
this mornmnk .
ass0s." "I th.
served theo yotus ahet Awards
iieaUi.d Wt O
1," ' "X oD'o oAoR8
Has added largely to his sto
# Best Calico, 5 Cents.
Beat Ghighams, 6 to 8 cents.
Best Bleachings 5 to 8 cents.
Best Plaids, 6 cents.
Beat Styles of Worsteds, Sateenls, 0
Inca, Colored Lawins, Nuns' Veillig i
other Dress Goods.
A 80 CentH Purchase gets
you a box of
H ard ware.
Solid Steel Slovels, 50 to 75 ceint.
Good Rakices, 25 (Cols.
Manmuze F'orks. Hanudle Hoi es,
Scovil Hoes, Axes,
All kinds Plows and Plow Gcars,
GrHind Stones and Fixtures,
hest Steel Nails,
Best Horse Shoe Nails,
# Best I lorse and Mule Stos,
# And other small things you ted eve
Is lletter aind ('haeaper Th'zan
There are of course a la
Scan't enumerate them all. V
our best attention.
1894 Behind U
We close tke hard time year, 191). First, h1
all our patrons~ ; we are thankfual to every oneu; we
to do our duty to all, and1( every time giving them
$1.00 WORTH FOR $
WVe have done a large businuess (hig bu(sineQss.
Notwithstanding the hard times, we hear f
bdde, we have been favored with many new O'Ist(
the old ones5 have been kept in line, whieh is suf1
deuce thbat we arc on the inside with goods and pa
We announned in TVait pneora.sJtI
we(eks ago, that, We had to) unload our iinnense
announcemaen', metO the eyes of T1hoisa.nds who we
of SHOES and such a stampede for our store has
curred before Whleni these pe~ople camon( for a
bouight them. As our Prices and Gloods wara i
was no loolkmg4 around thinking they could (do bel
Prices and1( Goods did the work.
We begin the New Year with new zeal, backea
adivantage known to th~e trade; with our own Facte
us our stock ill be larger and Prices Lower than
Honest Goods andl full vaio for the money dr
alt hard times.
JA8. M. & E. B. DIC
Sept 24, '04
PICKENS, S. C.
:k of goods for the New Year. No
prices to be found anywhere.
a'e o801110 of Ills Special Offei
Not the Cheapest,
*t inT., B .isy-t
Is What You Wait
We Keep the
And 20 Pottnds Granulated Sugar
Blys 1111not nIy lat inl our Sinck.
25 Dozenl Sa11ples inl the Lot which gives
every Slyle imnaginable.
They Sold Formevly' at
t of other things in our stock that di
ec cordially invite you to0 the store
J. McD. B
Set down at
havle tried place, we claim t
I louses in this
1.00. "ot b"y "ur o0
wvorth of goods v
erou aeny business---we Re
*in eyi c in bad debts
Iseveral manufacturing be
dok t ng business fror
nover' oc- reaidily see that v
o y ver1
Mens' Suits fron
Childrens' suits I
J RD[ Boys' Suisrfrns
* Childrens' Overc<
Pants from -
Conme in anc
better selection and no better
We love to Sell Shoes;
Especially Good ones.
We never keep any other kind
If we know it.
Our stock is the cream
From three of the best factories
In the country.
We Guarantee the Quality as well as the
The Great Soap
We are offering any suit in our stock
Now for $10.0). These same goods
old at year ago for $15'.00.
We hav( all sizes,
An the goods will suit. for Winter or
No such bargaius have been seen
Get a Box. It Costs You
eserve special mention. We
nd~ will give you at all times #
Let Every Man,
Woman and Child !
xci study tils advertisement as though you
~oing to study your lesson, and you
11 see mn a very little time why
we can sell viou
ING! + CLOTHING!
any other house in this State. In the first
o buy more Clothing than all the Clothing~
town put together; in the second place, we d'o
ds from Traveling Men, who command large
Lird place, we pay spot cash for every dollar's
te buy; in the fourth place we do no credit
fOp books, therefore we never lost any mon.
and in the fifth place, we have been in the
isiness for twenty years and know the Cloth
A to Z. Put all this together and you can
e~ are just what we claim,
- - - - $,2.00 up.
romi - - - - I.oo "
- - - - 2.oo "
from - - - - 2.50"
From - - - 2.0o0
>ats from - - - 1-50"
- - - --50 "
i see them and you will see we make no
Come in, and as sure as you do, we
will sell you.
US & Co.,
HE NEW GLOTHIER8
Creenvlleo, 8. 0.
TO THB PEOPL
OF ti. CAROU Ng
OF 'Tun SOUT HE Beon
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TIIW ESTA Th,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I will sell my eniec stocke of goodb Ar
except Groceries, at cost andl below Ar!
cost, on and after the 15th of Dec- Al
Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, ..
Shoes, Ihats, Clothiir.g, Hardw~ are,
Crocker'y and( Gl ass-ware, till-ware, ..
etc. 'They muslt be so11 lda I d1on't 9
want to move aniything now oni hand ea
Inlto miy new)~ house5 thait I expcet to ...
have ready between 1st anid 15th ol ."
Conme and( get tile bar'gains~ while
they can be had andis doni't fore't to "
pay0 mewhat yotu owe mae, ats it. is ,
no0w due11 andt past due antd I nleed( it, "
mid remem~ihber I catn't sell goods at '.I
cost on a cedmit andl dont't as5i for ":
thlem that way, for yoat Wvill be re0-"
ol11's respect ful ly,
J. H. BROWN^
Liberty, P. (. --
D~ec. 13 1890
W N hafve julst. eci velt our1 STO.CIL W
OF ;OODS f'or the prestl ane
sealson), wbeiel', wo offer at the lowest
We keep constaintly on handit U
good suppl~)y of
BACN, L~l'C NUGO I)". 00FwS
IO A .NS G'AS WYATT.r
II A lt WsA ill,
hn eed e for orin purples. t ~o
25 00 er Ao . For Wio Y Au iT. bori
'toH~fS~ WNEIgSg. aid
dihoambyerlan' Eoy' anditiin owdter' proil
Thytn pthsmon a crancr o hicgBoe cue gav
kidnuey d Ers anddstroy Nupes Palest a p11
Eezema etoter, olo over anrkd hscde, 2dy.
25cent pr boxag. For sal by druggst- bou
UTHERN RAILWAY 004
densed Schedule, in Effect Oct. Slot, 94
Trains run by 75th Meridian Time.
tONS. --I Daily,
fir asNo. 11.
umibia -'''--... --'*.''.'--. 716
..prty''''* - ...**.- - i-.- . 140 aw m
12.55 p m
N1Tnd hdxt.......''',...x..i 10 pm
od e ''....... ... 24 p m
..-x. .. ....-.....-..-.. ...Z,50
Alodgeso....................,-M r r
A ndeilon.. ........ . - .... .* -48
S-ono --- ---..-.--------...-...-- 9.p
And soN .. .. Daiy
W alh1 a............................ 9.85 am
Soneca -.... - .... 10.00 a1
Auturson ...... ..........q........ 11.15 ala
1 olot....................,,........ 11.45mm
Soald's........... .. pm
.V 0-N A -0vlo.,, ......... 6....,.,...I. 6 an
ff d e 08-.- --.... ....... ......1 5pa
co wood. ...... .... ,..,....... .12.55' pm
n .yS x ... ...........0..,..... 1.32 pup
Laurne (Ix Sun) ................. 14.40 a:4
CAinton (Ex Sun)..... .......... 11.10p
1%wberry ........ ......'... 2.30 pm
Prosperity .............. 2.16 In
Colutnba.......................,.... 4.15 pm
tween Andgron, liolton and GroonvitU.
a. 11. STATIONS. No. Is.
in Lv......,Andurson. ... Ar'12.T pm
p. mi " ........ Bolton..........e 11.*45 am
p. ".Willtinston ... "I l.U9 sm
p. m ........Polezor ....... " 1.. 03 am
I p. mi Ar . rcenville... am
netwoon Columbia and Asheville.
Ally. I Daily,
13. STATIONS. I No. 14.
,a.n.. AvCharlostogAri.- .... .45pm
.a ......... bv.ColumbiaAr' ........ .55ipm
Lp: ......... " ..Alston... ',....... 3.19pm
L6pm ......... " ..Santuo.... '' . 2.0Grm
35p ......... ".Union..... . ...... 1.40psia
.p ......... " ..Jonesville "......... 12.40pm
7pm ......... . Pacolot... .......12.21pm
3.m..... ....Ar Slmr tb'ij'L"v... . 11.45am
L11pm......... LV Snart'b gA .. 15am
30pm!......A.. . Ai Ahevillu Lv.....8. 10am
Tos. I I and,12 are solid traiis betwoen Ciarlos
I and Walhalla.
ranus loave Spartanburg, A. and Q. diviaion,
rthbound. 4.01 a. in.. 40 p. m ., .22 P. in., (VO..
uled Lilmitedl; southbound, 12.57 a. w..2.55p.
, 11.37 a. M., (Vostibbled Linited):. won.
kind, W. N. C. Divisida, 3.15 p. m. for Hender
L'rains leave G roonvll, A. and 0. Divs
rtibound, 3 a:in.,2.8 p..i., and 5,80 p.m.,(M
Inled Limitedl. southlboun 1.52a. in., 4.05
. 1.08 p. mn., (Vestibuled Limited).
LNains leavo Soneca. A. and C. D iion, no'
und, 1 a. in. and 12.59 p. in.; southbound, .
in. anA .01 p. in.
Pullinan Palace Sleeping Cars on Train-.
d X6, 87 and $8, on A. and C. Division.
1. ., i R I EN, J. M. CULP
Gon'l Mg'r. Trilo nA
Washington, D. C.
M. BERKELEY, Suipt., Columnbia S.
. A. TRK, S. 11. IARDWV-I
Jontl Pass. Agt., Ass't Gon*l Pass. Ag,
Wasingona D). C. Atlanta, M
)UTHERN RAILWAY CO.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
NDEN5ED scHEtDULE3 OF P'AssINGER TnIAIXs,
V ce. Iittm'
Northbound No. :i',No 30 JNo.1 2 No. 34
*v 18th,, 1894. 1)aily Daily Daily Daily
Atlanta C timne 12.03 mn 9.00 p 8.09 a...
Atlanta s tiene 1.00 1:10.001 p 9.'u a...
Bufor........ ........10.35p.7 r. a...
G ainesvillo. 2.25 p 11.2J p 10.47e...
Lila.......... .. ...11.61p1.4 .....
Cornelia....... ...... .......113 i ....
idt. Airy .. . ... .. . . ....|1.49 .. ,.
'occa........ ......12.41 a1-.'6 p .....
Westmtnster . ........ 1.17 n'12.42 It,...
Seneca...........j I.3d a l2..O p ...
Central....4.4n p 2.02 at 1.33 ...,
Grconvilo. 5 27 ' 34.03 a 2.3-> I
Spartanburg 0.18 p: 4.01 a 3.4 p..'.
Gaiffnoys. ..... .... ...4.42 a 4.241 p.
Blacksburg. 7.05 P 15.00 a -1.-12 1.
King'sMount'n ....6.25 a 5.08 p ..2
Gastonia...... .......5.461 .3 ...
, avlo...1.0a 11.35 a 11.25 a 12.50 ii
,Richmond .... 6.45 a 4.50 p 0.46 a.
WashIngton .. 0.42 a 8.30 J... 7..42 a
Daltim'eP.n.n. 8.05 a 11.35 p... 9.02 a
Philadelphia.. 10.25 alI 3.4.0 a ...11.39 a
Now York..12.53 nl10.23 a ..... 2.ta g
louthbound. No.37 No.35'No.11 No.33
Daily D)aily ',Daily Daily
NowvYork P..R 4.30 p 12.15 n .. . ......3 20
Phliladelphia.. 6.55 p) 7.20 a .... .5 j
Daltimore..0.20 p 1.42 a ........8.37 y
Washington... 10.43 P111.01 a. ....10.05 z
Richmond..12.50 a12.au,0. ..
Danville.....5.40 a 5.55 p '7.00 a 6.00 a
Charlotte.. 9.85 a 11.00 P 12.20 n 8.37 a
Qastonia ...... .......11.35 p1 1.04 p..,
King'sMount'n ........... ... 1.2 p ..,
Blacksblurg.... 10.47,a 12.12a 1.61 p.,..,,
Gaffneys...... ... .... ......2.10 p........
Spartanburg., 11.37 a 1.00 a1 2.51 p ..,.
Greenville..12.21 p 1.1,2 a' 4.05 p...
Contral...1.16 p '2.40 a 5.33~ p...
Soneca............... 3.01 a 0.01 p...
Westminstor..........1... ..... 0.20 p...
Toccoa.............. 3.49 a 7.00 p...
Motunt Airy......... ........ 7.35 p...
Cornella............. ........ 7.38 14....
Lula.......... ........ 4.42 a 8.445 P...
GaInesvillo.... 8.31 p 4.591 a 8.30 p...
Iluford..... ......... ........ 9.08 p...
Noroross............. ........ 0.3 P ...
Atlanta E timo 4.55 6 (.20 a 10.30 11..,
Atlanta C tIm 3.65P 5.20 a 9.30 >l...
At" a. m. ",P." p. m. "M." noon "N." night.
ullman Car Service: Nos. 35 and 80 Uni
States Fast Mall, Pullman Sleeping Cars be.
on Atlanta Molntory, and LRow York.
os.87 and 38-Washington and Southwes tern
tibuledi Limitctd,Tihrouigh Pullman Sleepers
ween New Yorkc and Now Orleans. via Atlan.
ad Montgomery,and also between Now Ygrk
Memphis, via Atlanta and Ilirminghars.
os. 11 and 12, Pullman Sleeping Car between
hmond, Danville and Greensboro.
rains Nos. 33 and 84-The Ne w York Floridg
irt Line Limited--havo Pullman Cars, Jglh
St Class day conohos from Charlost/ tt
shington withouit change.
ote connection of Nos. 11 and 12 with Nos M
34 at Charlotto.
A. TU RK, S. H1. 3IA RDWZCK,
on' IPass. Ag't. Ass't General Pass Agt
WASUINGTON, D. C. ATLANTA, GA.
.ID. RYDER, Supegorinteadent, Charlotte
II. GREEN, J7. 1M. GULP,
Qen'l M'gr., Tramo Mdn'gr.
WAsnzxaToN, D. o. Washing ton D. O
MRS. JOE PERSONS REMEDY
ill Ciire any3 F'ormi of [Blood loip:1
sity If the JDiiter.t and Washi a to
carefnily l.8sed together.
mtr or flye years ago I had a hreatkin~g
onl my 1nos0 and1 falce ;It would c~hame
mard knots wichl wouildl beco0.me raw~
e. The trouble extendedl to 111e eyes I
weakoned them11; the lids became' 8'ro
discharliged(, '[1he face hmad nnl icin ig,
ging Sensation0, as5 If nCedles wer
king the~ I.urfneec. Nothi ing i~ ried
Sme any relief. Some'Ot one ler.t mal
mleIto(f Mrs . Joe0 l'(rson1's Hemne
11and 1 conicliided t.o give it. aI~ ti . I
to improve ait once. It ..(on made'l n
38l. cure, and( I hav~e l ver been
bIed since. I also founit~ it a ine
D)UNCAN P. JONES.
rln burg, N. C., Jtiie 24, 1894.
r. an ne yl. 01 W. Esi, Pickos,an