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ecber's Eol urg9.
W. W. F. Burairrm, E4,-ditor.
TWO T IvNGs TO DO.
Thero is much talk in the v
about elevating the toachiing fr
ternity into a. tprofossion. TI
most direct way to become a pr
fessor is to exercise the functioi
of a profession. Within their on
ranks, teachors are rapidly risii
to theso functions. But the pr
fossions wiold a groat influom
outside of their professional woi
in matters with which their wol
makes thom especially conversan
The first of thoso matters is th
At the present time there a
two public questions with the grj
vity :f which teachors, by virtue 4
thoir occupation, are especiall
familiar, upon which, I Suppos
they are generally agreed; upo
which, if they would act togetho:
they might wield an influence as
body, t1e1by accomphislinfg mnuc
good diroctly, and doing sonetlin,
towards lifting their trade into:
Similar concerted action, ro
coimmenidiig the teaching of 8101
ling upon the lines suggested b)
the philological socioty, is th<
most diroct aud e ffectivo netho(
of bringing iotit that improvo),
men0it. Toget her, thoso two reform.
will do ilore towards shortenlilg
grammar school programmos tha1
all the other oliminations that hav(
huon sorioisly proposod, and thai
with no correspoinding loss. Thto.)
are as kgitimato subjects for ac
tion its aro maniul training or go
ometvy inl the graminer school.
of' spellinig. It. 1111s boon demoll.
srated that, not only is much of
tle school life (and Sehool life
is Ii fe) of evcry ci ld wasted in the
struggle to learn and to use our
1rbitr1alyiIV fan(d abslurdl)' spelled
vords, hut hundreds of years of
adult humn lim fo are spont overy
calendar year in the labor of put.
ting llnilcess.ary ltteris into words
in the writing and printing of p1a
pers andl([ books. This is unpro
(dictive labor. and unprodic
iv la")or Imakes for proverty.
The way to improvom)en1t is clear.
The philological socioty has bl azed
it. Tlie 1od( ilicatiois recoimimuend
ed are alroady iicorporated into
diotionlaries. It on)ly remnain8 for
schoolmasters, by common lgrel -
mont, to (rolp the vermiform ap
pondices from a large number of
our common word9. No one
(oubt that the chanigo ought to
come, or that, it wNIl com. Nor
is it (ouibtfil ihat, it must b'egin
ill school. Why then defer it?
The second matter to whicih I
refer is that of weights and mons
ures. It is universally admitted
that a largo part of school lifo is
spent upon)1 work wlihi would he
elim11inaltod b y the genoral adop
tion. of a dlecimlal asstm of weights
and measures. That we are he
hind the offeote mnonairchols of Eu
rope im this matter goes without11
say ing. England aloine, of all1
civilizedl naltions5 on (arthi, no4w
competes with the l'nited States
ai clillging 1 t s'sf Oun, of' wzimut
of system, whielh (com)pels ti114 uso
of cllommo Cractions1. No (one
doubts thatd some dal. iy wmo shllI
ees to fnaasure0 weights by) th1e
kernel of whleat , and14 dIist aneesTh by'
tho lonlgth of al mlani's foo4t,-an4
Enl'glishmian's foot, t that. Thei
only (questionl is, w~henl? Shall wem
eniter uponI the twentioth cen ~tur v
s(o far inl tha~ wake ot conmun'n1
sanseO and1 of seniie4 nations1? if
not, it is timle action wa1s ta1ken.
Oif course, it is a questionl for con.
gross .but Congress, \ike the Poo)4
(of BtheadasIi, needs11 to h)o agitalud4
TIhle recoption accorded by th
general public to the report of th~
connnifittee of t'n hows how read
that public is to (dfl to an
thloriitativo expreOssionII o fro h
teachinug world. Whiat reache
the public also4 reaches conIgress
.A lawm plassed in 1895 t hat th le (del
mnal systemi shauli go inito (lfj(e
upol0l the first o4f .January, 1 90
will settlec t ho matter. Po4 sitin
action by rep~resenitat ivo hodie lO4
teachers, dlem)anding such'I a1 law,
sems ai naitural and1( senlsile4 mion
towards secur~ing it.
Both chainges will comle. Thec
on)lv qulestioni is, wh'leth e olshal
wam to he the last civiliz'ed nation41
to adhere to pr' imOValI weights atml
mon051uros, and1( to be0 dratgged it4 t
senisiblo spelhnag by, Enighnal, whw
learnedu( of A merica ho4w toI miak
Mat thIiew Arnld (Iutters some)4
such sen tinmnt as this, that, the
besf fruit of edlucationi is the spirit
andl the will "to do the thing]
knew I ought to (10 at the tim<(
when I know I ought to do it.'
Here aire two thlings wo ought t<
W. D. PARKINSON,
Judge Aldrich in his charge t
the grand jury at Laurens "dwel
particularly on the .mnatter<
schools, and the public educatiom
al machinery in the county. 19
mnsisted that education large
makes the man, the ' family ar
p o s esecially in this age
, brain work."
pri The teachers of this county,'
peoppk, will bgdno doubt
of .t1' edeutcess of broti
Congree. ,llowing from I
tion on the 4. Lountamneer tells
a blessing that. - N Muic
to, that do nothing *Hughes, of I
Postmaster GenerQg1.ii,1 of
resigned and a succeed~. n the ca
& ~L Wilsonh o. West Virgs of
or 80 bright boys and girls who are
busy one afternoon in the wook
learning how to make music on the
violin, guitar and mandolin. This
class meets once a week at East
ir End building, and spende an hour
and a half in practice. The teach
le ing is purely voluntary and gratis
on the part of Superintendent
Hughes, and he says he is fully
repaid by the great interest that
his pupils take and the great oa
ig gerness they display in seeking to
e becomo skilled performers.
k Prof. Hughes, by the way, issort
k of a Inmusical gennius. He can play
L on any instrument that will make
music, and the boys say that
sonetim is he can get music out of
ea fellow's back with such at simplIe
instruiont as a good bit of peach
troo. Ho has organized an orches
' tra among his p)upils, and at the
31 closo of the session the public may
expect a genuine treat from th'e
boys and girls who are learning to
wield a bow and twang a string or
Irby Itelpuodlates the Jeai.
Washington, D. C., Feb. 25.
To the Editor of The Greenville
I am receiving lottors from all
over the Statoprotesting against the
consumnimation ot a schoemo or
agreient between Sonator-olect
Tillian und Governor Evans o1
0110 side and John Calvin Hemp
hill and Joo Barnwoll, of Charles
tonl, on the othor. My friends of
tho reform movement soon anx
ious to know whether i am acting
in collusion with Governor Evans
against -hat they colcOivo to bei a
sacrifico and surrond(r of princi
1)10 and riglit in the election of
dologatos to thr State convention.
I wish you would favor iio with
tho pul ication of this lotter, wich
niust n ecessarily be brief.
That 1 was. not consulted by
either sido to this agroonient, and
without my subsequent acquios- C
cencecaUnot.)e bound ill aniy respect
by what has boii dono.
In 1885 when Tilliani coim
monced his most reiarkable career i
I was among the first who echoed I
for him in Laurons county. Lau- 1
rons and two or three ot hers ei
dorsod his position in thi election
of nien'.ers of the legislaturo and 1
we went to the Logislature to be C
sneered at and alniost spit ulpon t
by the ring or clan in the State r
that was controlled absolutely by 0
the Cal Homipill and Jo0 Barn
well class of politicians. When N
we had reachod the climax, the V
crisis, Tilhinan backed down and a
wrote a lotter w ithdrawing from 0
plolit les or having anything to d10
with it . Men who wer() as miuch -
in symipthy with his idleas and1( 1
parenoutlIy ignomii ouirityiIil~' wereVl'
imuwilliung to follow htimi and1 lor.- C
sake thle 1people wh'Iomi we had11 daredC( h
to lead anid they' codnted the ~
fight Iin thle lg isi lture. He wa s a
havo4 gonio be'for the pe&opile of ti
S'outhi Carolinia for anyi~ ofico after tI
his~ l''t.ter' of retIiremiinti but1. for t ho fat
death ob f Mr . C'lemtson heq ueatinig sa1
his propertyv to thle State for the oC
benellt of the fairmlers. TPhis gave ait
hIIim a noiw (opportuity anid at mylbi
suggestion heO camer b'ack( mio th ii
.ont the linoe of Ed(gefIil1ldt~ and - lii
i ville (couti S nt te Sjingt of 1889 to
s and1( agre(ed uipont a fi gh I lha I woul 1( to
give the( peole' of the ato coin- ti<
rol aund det hrtone t he par tty le'd by ti
Cal H emhi1il ani d J1oo lBirnwelh mii
TIhe coinditiJon anud unidorstanlding
was15 tht i iTilman watS to lead and n<i
bhe nom 1011ine'I of thle farmers~i' for ir
governor. llThis is whore the March wi
(convetttiln schomte was algreed up- ci
onl and thle work carried on by the ft
hi'epairation of a manifesto which ni
was puiblishied ill Janiuary follow-t
inig that calling the March conv(en- Ii
lion wihich inminated TIillmian for
So far as I was concerned the hi
results were all that I wanted. I a~
did not expect anly position and b2
my promotion to the speakorship t
and to the United 8tates senate I
was as great a surprise to me as it a
wvas to my many friends. Since i
my election to the senate I have
tried in every respect to be truo toi
t the people who elected me, both in
f Washington and at home.
I One of the main principles that
ywas advocated at the March coni
id vention and intended to be car
of ried to sucs~s was the. calling of a
constitutional cotivention, and I
to may say here that it was the hard
Ler est fight that we ever had since
lie 1890. We had Cal Hemy~hill, Joe
it Barnwell, the editor of the The
State and of The Greenville News
lie opposedl to that call. Isay it with
go proper respect and friendship to
heour present government that when
La- the crisis came and it lobked as if
26 eatawou sollo te atio of
mingly tato and could
not be foun by telograin or
Senator Tillman stood true to
me, as chairman of the party, and
did all he could. We did our best
to make this call and are now be
ing abused and villified all over
the United States on the chargo of
corruption and fraud. I had, at
least, expected h im to stand by the
people whoim he had ld since 1890,
and not go Into any alliance or
comproiniso (for compronise
means a surrondor of principles)
with such mon as 3arnwell and
Cd Hemphill. I know what it
means after the most faithful loy
alty to Tillman since 1885 up to
this time, I also know what it
means aftor my throwing mysolf
into the byach just ono year ago
to save Evans from a disgraceful
defeat, to (ire oppos any sch mo
that they may agree upo.. If tho
terms of agrooment between this
crowd had been fair andli honor
ablo to the people and to the :r
I orni movonjit I would not say a
worn, but it moans tho defeat of
the object of the constitutional
'aOnvontior , and the sooner the
peop)le of the State know it the
b)etter for thomn. 1 speak as an
indiviultal reformer and not as
stato chai rmnan, , becaulso as State
-hairnumi I have already acted,
, aId hop tLhat th. primary
chomie woild have saved the par
.y from a wro.ck. I want it under
too( now and for all time that I
vill not, and (do not, agreo to any
(1ual division of dolegatos to the
As for Lainaons wo proposo to
tand ulon priciple and to Olect
ir (lelega tes f rom among men who
an bo trusted to tako caro of the
igh ts of tho peoplo, 111on alnd gell
iin1o demIiocrits of the county.
knv agreement by Tillinan or
lvans is gratutious and can not
4ind uis. An equal division with
lot of sworn coniservatives and
alf of tho TillImalites who will
rove troachero-us when thlie crisisi
omes mecalns an utf or failure of
is convention to tako care of the
ghtE and property of the people
f thO sato and white supremacy.
Before the election was d1101d in
ovember I intimated ill an inter
icw that a division of delegates
ecording to numleral stren~gth of
a~ch faction would possibly 1)0 fair
ut kntow ing that we) controlled
broe-fifthis (at least) I would not
avoe impos5ed the idoni of an equal
Ivilsli n tp on any same man.
Whoii I was coniteuding before
levelantd afte1r having suppl)1ied
in withI a majoritly of 50,000,
emiiiiil and1( Barn well refused
iy propos.it ion looking to an
iitable distributionl of the pa
onauge and .1 got, no supplort troim
0 nlewspaplers 01pposod( to our
et ion, hut oni the contrary they
id1 that reformers were niot deml
rats ani d were not en titled to
ly showing. Yet these mnen
trirnwell and~ Hlelmhill, a p)romi
nt cockoo for Cleveland, invited
1l man, the leader of the fores
>posed1 to Cleveland and who
,s his pitchfork ready to stab in
the~ howels cf the president, in
a conl orence to settle the ques
mn as to what the (differenlt con
-s sholdl~ do, and Tillman walked
to the parlor of the spider.
My election to the senate 1h11
>t ill any way chlanged miy feel
gs to thle peoploe of the State. If
o, the reformers, staind firm we
mI win, but we had better lbe (de
ated by atllowing Cal Hiomphlill
id Gonzales to go with tile Negro
um)1 to si mply surrender in a way
I humbly suggest thlat Tliill,
10 agaitator no0w the pacificator
as been completely dethroned
nd Evants if ho is sincere has been
amflboozled. As for myself I
bink any sane man will see that
have been betr'ayed but holler
nd defeat are imuch botter and~
>referable to 111 in tihe selectionI
>f delegates to this convenltion
~han a dishonorahle compromise.
It is well enough for tile "forty"
the leaders of the conservatives
and the p)acificator~s, to be up and
get ready for the fight for I aml
satisfied that the truo en11 wvho
were ill this movement from its
mmcpiency from p~rinlcile will
not submit to ally such agreement.
The comlbination will not do. A
comlbinlationl between a p~ossumn
and coon can't wvin. As every re..
former knows they can not sleep
in the same log lon~g.
I am very busy here, but after
thle 4th of March I will return
hiome aind take a hanid in tis fighlt.
Sink or swim, live or die puolii
ly, I am ready to stand to the prin
ciplos of tho first March onvo
tion as against ali comers and all
of its enomies.
It would have boon far Letter
had this covontion failed in No
vomber last than that the reform
movement sh1ould bo defeated and
and the rights anid liberties of the
Stato imporilled by men like these.
I bolievo tiat Tillimian and Evans
were siiieP(, tie t they woLro simply
gulled into at compromiso which
meals t.ho destiuction of tle ro
form nmovomon t and protection for
t'e poor whiito men of tho Stato
witliout whomii' Tilliman in the sen
ato and Evans as governor would
have beei imp1ossibilities. I do
nlot IlelI to deloulico Tillman or
Evans. J woep for t hom in being
monkoyed with by any such crow.
Cal 11ienpiill and Barnwoll were
organized mombers of the "forty."
Whion the primary schemo was
promulgated by the democratic
comiittee tiey Wero wihip(d and
could iot (lostroy tli reform movo
11101t. Th'ion they proposed to
muzzlo 1mo0 as cairman of the par.
ty and the Whlol() (olocratic or
ganiization by going into an agree
mont with Tilhuan and which I
respectly submit will not only ruin
the Democratic Iarty but the re
form Iliovoieimit of thIi is State.
J. 1. M. limy.
Romomher that you can got the
Hono and Farm and the Poople's
Journal )e your for $1.25.
TIE STATI01- SOITii CARO1LINA,
Couxrnv f. PIcICsa.
.y J. B. Ni-wnxinv. IEsqireil,, Probats
W I I E R M, .1. M Stewart, C. P.,
made suit to me, to giant him I otters of
Administrationl of the Estate of anJd
el'eets of fienry IIden. deceived, tit
t-ley L. andI I 1nppar*11 before ie, in the
Court of Probatle, to be held at P'ic'keis
Court Ilruse, 8. (.., on 28fh (1y (
March 1895!) neOxt, aifter puiblication here
of, at 11 o'clhck in tihe forenoon, to 11ow
e18e, if ay they have. why thle Said
Adinministrat ion sihould not be grant4!d.
('iveI under Immy II.mnd. this 25.h day of
Fehruary 1895 in the 1190th year of our
Ii edvpenI det ce.
(sPA r,) .J B Newbery, J P P C
NOtice Io Debto's and Crediteris.
AH w pr-mls havingw Claims againist thle
'sIate of .1. A. Ilio0g, d eeased, mu111st
PIseit (he Same11 for ay1m1VIoentf to tIme tuin
ler .tigu nd b the 0h of Mareh, next,
ndo all. parti !eH iiilbtel to maid estate will
c'ase make playment. nt, onIce 1(o
W. _. Blc,(0
D). J. GREIER,
The great financier, gives thfollow.
1114 good advice to boys,
peroats ight also read w'th
" Boys, goto scholas'I as yo,
tan, and m every hour spentIla
la ourWill be werth money
. yoin Bio%. Read good books;
Isake yourself acquainted with history;
tuythe progress of nations and the
Careers of men who have made
" Study religion, science, statecraft
and history. Learn to read
intelligentty, so that you can turn to
practical use in after life the reading
of your youth. Be sur you begin
right. Dontwast time in reading
K1r. Sage further says:
" The boy who Is wanted in the
business wrld of today must be
educated. If his parents Cannot afford to
Sve hlm a college or a hliho
uncation he must learn tostudy
without the aid of teacher, In the e
eornings before business begins,
Sthe evenings after business hours.
Can no longe be tnuthfully said that
d ten 1 out of any oner's
'h is the advice of a main who
one of the aast conspicuous busi
entossef ourthee, and who has
o n.eof the largest fotunes Ia
It cannot possely be
erged that he is in tie pyof Till
(OLUM BIA STATE, ndyet
meewords le as e
Weeo doste by The
at fll eeulemen o
Write for Particulars
Condensed Schedule, in Effect Oct. X1st, *06
Trains run by !th Meridian Time.
,V 4t.....................'7. 6am
" olumbi.. ...... 1.40 a m
"6 Prosperity........................ 12.5 p m
Ar ewberry.....:......... ... 1.10 g m
An% OInto* .... ( x1 un).....;........ 1;.35 P In
Laurens....( Sun). ...... 3.10 p m
"Ninott-Si. .' 2.16 m
1eenwood .............. . 2.62 p m
. d e ..............................1815 p m
Abbo --...... ....;.. .........5 pm
... .......................... 0s m
audots on-...-......... 4.83 p w
ene W a ..................... 540 pm
eeWalhalla-.... .......... 6.16 pm
An t ..... .... - .. . .... .10.80 um
-1ATiUNo., ' Dail
Ly. Walhalla............... ...... 9.85 am
"Senoon ..-.....--e... .......-. 10.00 &no
" Anderson''........ e *..,..ea,........ .1I t
Ar. Ponald's ................ J .16m
Vt. A bbevillo ................ ........'.."11.9 am
H odge .......... ................... I jiii
" oenwood ...... ................12.' pm
Ninoty-Six .. ..... 1.82sn
Laurons (E!bx Sun).............10.40 aip
Clinton (Ex Sun)..... ..,........ . j11.10 am
Newborry ................... 2.89 pm
" Prosperity .................... 2.1 pm
Ar. Columbia..................... 4.16 pm
Charleston........................I 8.40 pm
Between Andersosi, Delton and Greenville.
baily. I Daily.
No. 11. I STATIONS. No. 1I.
S. p. m Lv......,Anderson.......... A 12.07 pm
4 p. m "........3Boltodi............" 11.45 am
4.5 P. mI" .....WilltImstonk..,...... " 1.09 am
4.1p. m "........Peoker ....... " 11.03 amn
5.15 p. mAr ......Greenville..........Lv 10.15 sa
Between Columbia and Ashovi1e.
No. 13. 1 1 STATIONS. * No. 14.
7.15a.ml....... I vCharlestoqArl........ &.45pm
1.Oam ......... Lv.ColumbiaAr' ........ 8.5.jpm
12.10p:n ......... "..Alston ,... 3. pm
1.10pm ......... " ..Santuo.... . 2I. m
1.86pm1 ......... ".Union..... .40pm
1.04pn ......... . Jpnesville ......... 12.40pm
2.67pm ........ ". Pacolot... "........12.21pm
2.85pm... ... ArS art'b' 'Lv ........11.45am
8.lpm.... Lv Snart'bA ........ 11.1am
6 80pm ...Ar A hevill Lv. 8.10am
Nos. II and 12 are solid trains botWaoon Charles.
ton and Walhalla.
Traips leave Spartanburg, A. and 0. division,
northbound. 4.01 a. m., 840 p. m ., O.22 p. m., (Ves
tibuled Limitedl; outhbound, 12.57 a. m., 2.55 .
ma., 11.87 a. m4., (IF.ibule4 Limited). went
bound, W. N. 0. Div aon, 3.15 p. m. for Hondor
sonvi'lle and Asheville.
Trains leave Greopvi lle, A. ang1 0. Division,
Morthbound, 3 a.m.,2.35 p.m., and 5,30 p.m.,(Vcs
tibuled Lraited4 southbound, 1.52 a. m., 4.05 p.
m., 1.28 p. Im., (Vestibuled Limited).
Trains leovo Seneca, A. and C. Division. north.
bound, 1.40 . m. and 19.59 p.m.; southbound, 8.01
a. m. and 0.01 p. m.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on Trains U
ad 31, 87 ? 8, on A. and C. Division.
W. H. DN, J. M. CULP,
Gon'1 Mg'r, Traffio Mgr.
Washin~gton, D. C.
E. B E LEY, Supt., Columbia, S. C.
W. A. T , S. H. HARDWICK,
Odn'l Us. Agt., Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
Washington. V. 0. Atlanta, Ga.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY C0.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
OONDENsnD BOHEDULE or PAssENGER TRAINs,
Northbound INo.38 No 301 No.12 No.84
Nov 18th, 1894.J Daily Daily Daily Daily
Lv Atlanta o timne 12.00 mn 9.00 p 8.00 a...
"Atlanta U time 1.00 p 10.00 p 9.00 a..,
" Noroross............10.37 p 9.44 a...
" Buford........ ......11.06 p 10.17 a...
* ainesvillo.. 2.25 p 11.2.) 04 a....
" Cornella....... ........... 11.37 a . ..
"g Mt. Airy........... ........ 11.40 a .....
"Toccoa..............12.41 a111.00 ....
" Westminster ......... 1.17 a 12.42 p ...
"Seneca......... ...... .30 a 12.619 p ...
"Central..... .. 4.40 p12.02 ai 1.33 p..,
" Greenvilloe.. 5.27 p3.00 a 2.35 p...
"Spartanburg.. 0.18 p14.01 a 3.4) p ...
"(Gaffneys..... ........ 4.42 a 4.24 p...
" Bllacksburg ... 7.03 p 6.00 a 4.42 p ....
" lKing'aMount'n ......' a 6.03 p.....
" Gastonia..............46 a 6.34 p ..:
Ar. Charlotte...8.20 p 6.30 a 0.24) P 0.00 g
Ar. Danville ...12.00 a 11.36 a 11.26 a 12.50 a
Ar. Richmond .... 6.45 a 4.60 p6.46 a...
Ar. Washington .. 6.42 a 8.30 p1....7.42 3
" Baltim'e P.n.nt. 8.06 a 11.33 p1... .02 .
" Philadelphia.. 10.25 a 3.(0 a....11.30 *
S" New York..12.53 a. 0.23 a I.....2.03 g
V es. f'stm'l
Sonthbound. No.37 No.35 No.11 No.83 a
Yok -IDaily Daily ',Daily Daily '
CLv row Yok .n.R 4.30 p12.15 n ....320 g
" PhiladelphIa.. 6.5 7.20 a ..66 5.5
" Hlaltlmore..9.20 p9.42 a ....8.37 g
" Washing ton... 10.43 p 11.01 a...10.06 z
" Richmond..12.60 al 12.30 n 12.50 a...
"Danville.....6.40 af 5.55 p 7.00 a 5.00 5
"Charlotte...... 9.85 a' 11.00 p 12.20 n 8.37 a
"Gastonia ...... ...... 11.35 p 1.041 p,...
" ICing'sMount'n ... ........... 1.28 p...
", lacksburg.... 10.47 a 12.12 a 1.61 p...
0 affneys ...... ..... ........ 2.10 p...
"Spartanburg.. 11.37 a 1.00 a 2.64 p.,,
"Greenville..12.28 P 1.52 a 4.06 p ...
" Central....1.16 p 2.40 a 5.83 p.,,
SSeneca.............. 3.01 a 6.01 p..
SWestminster....... ........ 6.20 p...
" Toccoa....... ..... 8.49 a 7.00 p...
" Mount Airy... ....I......7.35 p...
" Cornolia- I.. ........ 7.38 p ....
'Lula.-- ---..... 4.43 a 8.06 p...
Gansvle... 3.81 1 4.69 a 8.80 p..
" Duford - .-. ....... .... p.3 .......
Ar AtlantaEtime 4.55 p1 6.20 a91.39 p ........
Ar Atlanta C tirse: 8.66 p1 6.20 a 9.30 p....
"A" a.m. "P." p. mn. "M." noon "N." night.
Pullman Car Serviee: Nos, 85 and 86 Uni.
Led States Fast Mail, Pullman Bleeping Cars be.
iween Atlanta Montgomery, and New York.
Nos.87 and 88--Washington and Southwestern
Vestibuled Limited,Through Pullman Sleepers
between New York and New Orleans, via Atlan.
La and Montgomery,and also between New Yorkl
and Memphis, via Atlanta and Birmingham.
Noe.11i and 12, Pullman Sleeping Car between
Riohmond, Danville and Greensboro.
Trains Nos. 83 and 84-The Now York Florids
Short Line Limited--have Pullman Oars, al~c
First Class day coaches from-Oharlotte .te
Washington without change.
Note conneetion of Nos. 11 and 12 with Nossa,
and 84 at Charlotte.
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICC,
Gen'I Pass. Ag't. Ass't General Pals Ag't
WAauHINGONx, D. 0. ATrLANTA, GA.
W. B. RYDER. Superintendent, Charlot,
W. HI. GREEN, J. M. CULP,
Gen'l M'gr., Trafflo Mn'gr.
WASHINGTON, D.CO. Washington D. O
Is no us80 t.) cuss or discuss 5 Cent
cotton, I h~aVO at nliCO 0t of mljiil
COWS for salo and if I catn not get
my prico I am going to take some
one else's. I also have some horsos
and mules running thle same
C. L,. HOLLINGsWORTH,
Notice of Final Settlement.
I will apply to J1. BI. Neniber'y, J Jge.
of Probate for~ Piekenis county. S. C., for
leave to make a l1nal settlemnent of uihe 1
estate of U. J1. Anthony, d1'eeased. ot I
the 18th duay of March, 1805, tad iask to
ho udienmiscd a8 adinilstrator,.
J. 'I'. ANTIIONY,
Adm'r. wvith wvili annexed.
Jan'y. 81at '1805...'fn i t
To all oL
We will maintain our reputati
,ear 1895, and solicit a contiuance
Will continue to h<
A.W" Crockery, Tinware and GI
134 Main Street,
4 0*ARn is the whc
Of0 Imitation tradeU n a.. bu
nlr4 a'U' nd a'~ about
A A AD IA
in packages.:tn* '"
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Writ. for Arm and Hammor goo.
b bo Ire xor on.Voi gUt
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4 All FIR InP plin wrapper. AddressN?
For sale In Pickons, 13 (. by R. KI RKSY
D wIrIT KTIKSEY,
Physician and Surc.eon,
)flice at Iis resusidence Maini Street.
March 8, 1894
DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
W. M. N< nwoor>, Assistant Office,
8 Main Street, Grecnville, S. C.
jan. 9, '10 y
J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Greon. b
ville, S. C. Ollice over Addison &
IcGec's Drug Store.
DR. W. P. AUSTINl
SENECA, S. C.
WVill b at Central the 2nd. week In fI at
'i'kenis the~ *ird. week in eachi ruiothl. A
A ngust 2.ird. 1894
PRACTICAL AND 80IENTIFIC
20 years ex perience. Giraduante from first
chiool.--underi paitronlage of highest Mcdi..
alt authority, makesC aui prop~erly adjuists
ny3 stylo Spetacetes. O.theec over DrIi. Ad..
Isoni's Drug Store, Greenville, S. C.
Junec 28, 189-4.
LEE CLARIK. GlEO. E. COOPERt
Clark & Cooper,
Mabl and Granit MorEuinents,
'1 4 TONES, of every diescription
Also. MANTIELJS, STlATU'(ARfY, VASECS a
nd( Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville, (
- . Sept. 19, '91.
thle State, go to
118 McIe1ee A v'enie (hrecovile, S
L. C. THORNltLn-Y.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., i
Easloy and Pickens, S. C..
arriages, Buggies, andc d3addle Horses, at
0i! You tpatrolnge solieltedI.
P. C. Mauldin, P roprieter.
Ias justL opened all lattttylos of
At thel lowesAt possiblo pricos. F.
Main Stroot, Glrooncvillo, S. C.
A prIl 19, 1894. Oh
Notie of Fiual Nettloenient. 1
I wilt i ly lo .1 B Newherpv, Judge of
rofba~lte, for P ickeni s( 11.'only, N. C., for
enves to make thE tlin 1111 S tleent.iI of Ite I
state o' tf liil ii :- I M oIisle y, eensiaed, ('I dii
lie 20th day 'li o'f . li, 1895. and as~k Io
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on for Low Prices during the
f your trade.
assware of all kinds.
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than other package soda-never spoils
illy acknowledged purest In the world.
)rk. SOld by grocers everywhere.
k of valuable Recipes-Figg.
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fo w 51 isY anat pe mtim iot a s145 Order wo
d oteedr. W hernt fyoufr..j. %loz.rat 13o.1k wantso ontooj
Jobbers of Cigfrs alnd Iobacco,
GrasENVILLE, S. .
Now is the time for Sowing
nid seds. When you want to
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Rd Clover Seed,
Kentucky Blue Grass -Seeds.
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Pompeii Onion Sees,
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