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.' Singleton lost a fine mile
buw het week.
", ~ prioes ourrent shows q4tite an ac
aeqa in ooffee,
AThere waM an immense crowd at Cro
Iloads last Sabbath.
Mr. W. L. West, of Spartanburg, wi
n town last Thurseuy.
Je supplfof arn has become a s
loas queatioh In th&se parts
Mr. John Whitfield, of Anderson, die
bHddenly of heart disease On the 28t
bentist Dr. alfnma, of Sp)artanbiirp
'Was in town last Monday on professlunn
One whb saw it says that J. M. Nir
bbbt3 la the finest crop of corb in th
An Infant of Mr. 3. J. Thbbtns, a
huritane township, died last Thursda;
Mis Jautie Mo(iruder, of Indian Riv
tr, Fl*., is at Mr. Matthew HendrickE
for the summer.
.. 1. Looper lost aveluable horse las
Wek, tin leg was accidentally brokei
nd he had to kill it.
Clerk Lewis ha provided a comfortn
ble and substantinl chair for the Judge'
etand in the Court House.
Et ry body had bu tter plant a fec
to* peas. This county has been sev
uelbushe1s short this spring.
Milton Alo?andr wasbefore the nom
hine1O last week c'n a charge of re
tailing. He was hold for court.
It tnrns out that Mies Annie May Grif
fin is entitled t a t rst grade certificata
Instead of second aslieretoforo published
Mrs. 1d. 'alley died at her home be
low Pickensville on the 22d ult. Her re
Inains were buried at 1.asley on the fol
The 3revard mal man walks fron
thnt plaoe to Pickens, a distance of thir
ty mlen, and carries the mail. He make
the trip in about ten hours.
'The liens are pouring in to the Cler1
frot Greenville and Honeca. The mer
nhant in these cities have no doub
found the butsiuess profitable.
Mr. Williatn Jameson, who lives he
tween Pickens and Ease was replant
lug his cotton on the 25th iLt., which had
been destroytd by the hail.
Mr. W. D l denshas received a cheel
from the Postofce Depattment coverinr
the amount he lost from a registered let
tPr some in:e ago. containing sixty dol
(!ourt cenvenes next Monday', Tudgi
Aldrich presiding. There will be a ugh
criminal docket, and the Grand Jur:
'vill 'probably be dismissed ou the firs
dlay of the term1
For some timeo we have been ale t<1
get the se?4rINEhi to the country olec
Onl Wednnadays, ow~ing to) the kindnes
of some of the mail carriors who wait
few minutes over the schedule time.
The Abbeville Messnnger says therei
some tuublle brewing In Ed(gettieid coun
ty about the issuing of the bonds in ali<
of the Carolina, Cumberland Gap an.
It will be news to inany of the friend
of MiEs Blee Fields to know that she wva
'happily married not long since, to Mr
Dock McIntyre, of Dalt<n, Ga. We of
for congratulations on behalf of her Car
Lewis Ellis, colored, the husbandc
Rebecca -Jane Ellis, was committed t<
Sail last Saturday on the charge of being
nocessory to the murder of his infant
Rebecca was committed on Tuesday he
fore. Lewis has retained Mr. C. E
~Robinson as counsel.
Mr. T. P. Looper's yonng cotton ci
is very pr'omising. He p)lanteid on th
4th of May, and thinks cotton plante<
this late is far lees trouble to work, an<
makes a better yield than when iti
planted in April. Thisq should be en
couraggg to those who had to replani
on accouut of the hail.
0: We haed the leasure of calling to se
Mir. B F. Morgan last Saturday, an,
are glad to nay that ho is Improving. Hl
is about sixty-five years old, and thisi
the first timne he has over been confinei
to his room with sicknes. Dir. 3. J
Miorgan who was quite ill last week i
out again, and will be on the rounds t<
see his paitients this week.
*The Municipal camplaign in Oroen
wille gives promnise of much life this sum
mer. Two tickets are, out, one heade<
with; Col. 8. A. Trownes, and thi
other by Dr. E. F. H. Rowley, the pres
Sut mayor. Messrs. Jatnes McPheorso1
and J. A. MoD)aniels are on both ticket
as candidatesi for the office of warden
"'A new series of postage stasYI wS.
pnt in use on the first instant. T~he dc
nominations are one, two, four and fivy
cents.. Thie head of Franklin is selecte
for thme cne cent tut.a, and the heads ai
Washington, Jackson and Grant hav
been selected for the two, four andl fy
cent denominations, respectively. Thm
general design of the new series-is ni
Application hta been made to th
Postofico D)epartmont for thme establish
mont of a now post office near Six stil
Charah, to ho called meet, We need
new mail routo fromi thi,j place to Ccc
tral, which we thimk would be granutoi
upon the proper applicationm to Congress
It coul take in Rtoanoko at Mr. Larkii
gughes' trill, andc two more offlce.s ?
be etablishued at then most p)ractica
points between there and Central. 'Thi
ulM supply a long felt want.
- orse snd Mules fot Sale or Ex.
. change. L. G. CLATON, Central4 5. C.
It has been clearly demnonstrated that
blue grass eau be profitably grown on
the hills ,of Piokens Couuty.
Mr. Harvey M. Galloway Was before
s the Commissioner last Thursday on a
charge of retailing. He was held for
There will be a new arpet for the
Court flouse this court. It is a decided
improvemnnt on the.,aw duet heretofore
The closhtg uieretses of the Central
igh School will commence on the 23d
inst. Read the programme published
in this issue.
PiCkent is certainly a lovely town in
its summer dress. We have the purest
air and water-Nature's own unadultera
? ted luxurices.
Mr. Julius H. Hoyward,'of Creenvipr,
f was in Pickens last Thirsday attending
r the reference in the case of Archer vs.
See change in Dr. Norwood's adver
tisement. He will be in Pickens on the
8th inst. He does most oxcellont work.
t Give him a trial.
Our thanks are due Mrs. J. C! Thomp
son for a nice mess of beans. She knows
the value of a garden, and hers always
PaYs a good dividend.
We have received un invitution to the
Comnmueeement exercises of the South
Carolina College, which will be had on
the 20th and 21st instant.
The merchanta of Easloy have agreed
to close doors at G o'clock in the after
noon except on Saturdays. 'his p lan
has become quitl fashionable,
t The 13aptist and Presbyterian Sabbath
Schools of Easloy will have a pie nie at
Cedar Rock next Saturday. They have
certainly selected a nico place.
Mrs. Mollie Howard died last Satur
day at. the advanced ago of ninety-four
years. Her remains were interred at
- Oolenoy church last Monday.
( Mr. W. L. Julian is happy. His corn
is waist high, he has cotton with ten
and twelve leaves to the stalk, and he
had green apple pio on the 28th ult.
t Who ever thought of selling turnip
Falid in the country? A colored man in
Laurens countyinado twenty dollars sell
ing it at ten cents a peak last spring.
The Governor has pardoned Mrs. 1ar
tha A. Clardy who was convieted at the
Jnuuary termu of court, of assault and
battery of a high and aggravated nature.
MeFalls Aluamne is %eady to servo its
eustomers in the bnst style during the
month of June. Go and see him this 1
week,. and try;some of the good things his
Almanac ttlks about,
The city if (treenville is wi1ely boom
t ing her p)ublic school question. Good
schools will pay a better dividend thtan
Cotton facto-ios, but both put together
will probably reach all her citisens.
Mr. D)aniel Hughes was in to see us
last Thursday. HO reports fine pros
p)ects for urops on the keowree, T1hey
have had no hail, and not enough rain to
stop them from wvork in several weeks,
i ev. A.W. Walker wvas in towvn .\fonday.
I WVe congratuilate the people of Fairview
in having himi to fill an engagement whlich
a lawvyer failed to ineet. The gentleman
who was to take the lawyer down cold
not leave home, besides his buggy was
- The fullowing are the appointments of
Re'v. 0. L. D)urant on the Piekens Mis
sion until further notice:-Twolve Mile,
1st Sunday at 10 o'clock a. mn.; Gap Hill,
ist Sunday 8 o'clock p. mn.; Tabor-, 2nd
Sunday 8 o'clock p. in.; Porter's Chap
el, 3d Sunday 11 o'clock a. m-; New
Hope, 4th Sunday 11 o'clock a. m.,
Prof. and1 Mrs~ 1H, E. Harris, of the
SVirginia Midland Academy, Culpeper,
a Va., have our thanks for an invitation
j to attend the cotsludnient exercises
of that institution on thme 3d inst. The
card is thme most handsomec we have seen.
. The Academy la in the first rank of edu
t cational institutions in the Old Domin
The Comnmoroial College of Konfuceky
University, received the Highest Honor
and Gold Medal at the World's Exposi
Stiou over all'other Colleges for System
of Blook-konping and BuiesEduca
healthy and renowned eity of Lexington,
SKy., accessible by the leading railroads.
Arrange no0w to enter this College, as
stuidentsq can enter at any time. Road
- adlvertisemnent of this College in another
columnn, and write for particulars to its
1 President, Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington,
It takes a great hypocrite to conceal
his true character from the worldl, but
men think they are very snecesful at
'this game. Thelmy got this ideai from the
4 fact that people (10 not speak all they
- knowv, A bamd manm an (10 and( say some
tihings which will make him appear in a
I good light, but his actions11 andm words,
i taken all-together, reflect his true char
. acter just a.s thme mirror before which he
stands gives back his form and features.
3 Every thing a "mann dloes or says is a
- pointer, or signal to tell to others wvhat1
3 The follo-wing order of preaching of
- the Pickons Circuit will bo observedl un
3 til furthe~r notice:
Zion, 1st Sunday at 11 o'clock a. mn.
Eway, 1st Sunday at 4 o'cloak, p. mn..
T'ikehs, 2d Sunfday at 11 o'lek, im i'
- tetmlehem, 2d Sunmday at 3j o'clock, p.
3 m,. Easley, 3d Sunday at 11 o'clock,
a,mn, l'ickensi, 8d Sunday at 7j o'clock,
I' pm,n Dadusville, 4th Sunday at 11
4 o'clock, a. mn. Anltioch, 4th Sunday t,
Mes,'A 'Os: Dt ,EIood and Oharles
Bobo, of GeenvWIe, Were in town lat
1Eate not. It is not worth while
life Is not long enough to make it pay to
aheriah ill will - or hard thoughte to'
wards any one. What if that hian list',
,heated you, or that woman played yoit
false? What if this friond has forsaken
you in thetime of need, or that one hay
iug Won your utmost con fIe,ice, your
warmest love, has concluded that ho pre
fers to treat you as n stranger? Let it
ill pass. What difference will it make
to you in a few years, when you go
henco to the 'undiscovered country.''
All who treat you Wrong now will be
more sorry for it than you evetl in your
deepest disappointment and grief on
be. A few more smiles, a few more
tears, Nc>mo plettsure, niuch pain, a little
longer hurrying and worrying with the
world, seine hasty greetings and abrupt
farewells, and life will be over, and the
injurer and injured will be laid away and
re long forgotton, It is i>t worth
while to hate ouch other.
We think the Abbeville Messenger
md Newberry Herald are miataken in
;aying an elect ion was held in Oconee
:ounty en the duection of "license"
>r "no license" for the sale of liquor
othing but the clirystat Keowee
lows between Pickens and Oconce,
et we heard nothing of it. The Oco
1w people would hardly elect a trial
ustice without giving Piekens a
:hance to do something if she choose
J+rilnt Eatstatoe .
Mn, Enrroi:--The crops in this
iection are looking ine. There is
iomec little sickness, which gives the
grass a chance to come, but every
aody is in good spirits. TmItIuIU.
E e cped.
The Daily News of the 28, nit. says:
-Six prisoners, all colored, who oc
:upled the east end tip stairs front
oum in the jail made their escape
L'hursday uight at 11 o'clock by tak
ng four large stones out of the side
vall fear the front corner. The lucky
)risoners are Jake Finley, charged
ivith horse sttaling; Joe 1-arris, con
Ieted with the railroad robbery;
Junklin Jonos, from Fountain Inn,
:harged with grand larceny; Adolphus
idanis and Joimn Adams, of Abbeyille,
Jnitedl States prisoners charged with
:ounterfeiting, and Vill Adams, Uni
ed States 1irsoner. All except the
n it naied wer awaiting trial, andl
10 repented and came back verterday
Ls lie haud but a sliort v. hile to serve
n ji .
Table M4aantn In ltemsi.
Thniga few (dots fromt this see
ion might be of interest to someW of
'ourl r'eader's I have attempted to)
xrite t his neCw
It is a well known fact thaut this
ietion is one of the mnost fertile ini
he countyv. The broad and ferf.ik
uc:-s that lie along the margin of the
)olenoy Rii ver, cultivatted in thme high
tyie that they ar'e,anid being situated
mneer the lofty and majestic peaks of
,he Blue Rlidge, forming as it does
lie most delightful section of Pick -
M~ost of our farmers make enough
>f bacon and corn to doi them the
rear 'round1. No dloub)t Pumpkointown
ownship) is clearer of deblt than
tny other township in the county:
tnd I don't think ou'r schools and
:hurches can be sur1pa.ssed1 this side of
Pickens 0. H. It is real gratifying
a sec the interest our people are
aking in education, and the rapid
)rogress they are making. With the
tppropriation of the Blair Bill 1 think
ye couldl soon suirmount the igno
rance that has so long prevailed in
mUr midst. OjiERVERi.
Most ExceN nt.
J1. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxville
lrenn., Writes: "'Mf family and I are bcn.
aficiaries of our mvnt Ckcellent medicine, Di.
King'S New Discovery for (onunmpt ion,
iaving found it to be all that. you claita for
I, I desire to testiff t,o its virmue. My
:riends to whom I have reconmmendled it,
taine it at every opportanity."
Dr. King's New l)iscovery for Conenmp.,
ion is guarant eed to dit-e Coughs, (Xolds,
Irenchible, Asthma, Cro, and every affeo
itin of Throat, Chbest andi Lungs.
Trial liottles Free, nt. Dr. (I. WV. Farlo's
)ruig Store. Large Sin5, $1-00
Itoe''s Gr eat Earinthquuake Story
Arranigemnen ts' hav beenl)O perfected
vhereby Mr. E. P. Roe's latest work, "Ma
a; a Story of the Chiarlestonm Earthqcuake"
vill bo published in the Sunday' News
td The Weekly Newd and Coutrier.
"'Mara" is a strong lrove story that culi
niinaltes amiong the terrmi blem sents of the
inver to be forgotten earthiquake of Aug.
t1, 1886'. It prveents with dlramnatic
lrE uresgune'-, a remUatkable phasno of
nierican ExperOienceO, and iinidenltally
>rings out ono great fact- 4orthern
rood will towardH the Sonth, as. shown
>y thet sp)ontanieouis outpoulring of sym
mthy and gift, anid the (effect of th is fra
ornal spirit on the South. This story
nill undoubtedly be0 thxo great-ost work
>f a novilest of widesproi~d )ppularity.
[t will bo published as a elerial, and ill
>egin on th e Iirat Sunday in June,
As it may not be0 possible to supply
ho demiand for hack mitnmbra, every
)odly should subscribo at ocie for either
l'he $undaiy News or The Woekly News
md Courier, The annual subscription
A) The Sunday News i4 $8'4 and to The
Weekly Newvs nnd Courier s1.50. Ad
Iress Tu'in NXws AND) C~oUkrJr Co.
1 road St., Charleston. S. C',
Any one sending ts two new sub
soribere acoompntuied by the, cash
will be entitlo<l to one cop- of the
Nurery anti Orchard, the Ie t book
that liat ev'er been writen on the sub
Joct, and wall worth three duliars.
The Golden Days, published by Janmos
bI1'erison, Pti1adelphitia, I't., for $83.00
por annum, iH one of the most eutertain
ing and host papers for children and
yoting pttoplo, wO have over $con. Is
bematifully illustrated and well worth
An Old Uitizen Speaks.
Mr J. .\' Nht'ris, an ol". rteident of
Iltno, Ca., says, that he had been badly
roubleil Withl II itlney Conp1aittt for a gre:tt
nuttny years nnil with I-enln fm' thtree
yea+trs; at tmet tiuld sioreely wvalk f nil had
tried inany romeedies' withot boeefit, nltt t
be beguti hiking Ktetcric liiter and snoin.
ting his hantls and feet wit i licklen's Ar.
nica .reale ii is treat ta'n nI forleid lii
great relief and Ie 'trongiv rteiommews
l'Ilectric Biitter' to all who suerlEt vith !t"it
ney ( oninhitt4. or need a Illood l'trifier.
Sold by D)r 0 W. lutle.
Rhetmatisnt and Neuralgia Cured in
Thet Imdlana hemnecal Co.. have discov
ecd a cnnmpound wh,icht ;t s w:ith truly
trart"elots ralidity in tht'r t of lIthmttna
tist aio NePlr:tlji,t. We ( hnta; ltc'' it to
cire tiny adev'ery ("vca t't ate l1 tlatmla
tory lthettnatis.ntnt ' eural1ia i 2 1)A YS
amnt L t~ ive itnintetliate re'lit in tchrotni(
( t(5 :tnl eft'ts :a speedy'iI ttrt'.
On r ceeit trf 3' te'nt, in twv (,) t
'+tamptls, we( wil ii nlo t" a v :;ldres"s the
)reriptlion for thiS wuml'rful (1 nt:pl."tinl
whiebh ettt ht 11"1 byv yonr It n:(' drhni't
at. small (i.t We ' :ke tii m ans of ,I V
lng (Inr dlliu ov,'ry it the' p b'iti, i;st :tnd of
ptttting it. onrt as a 1:at:it m llicilo', itt i
lng tmeh less expoet,shi-r. w' Will g:t"til
refundt tmoney if sttisftl in is not tivcti.
'Tu'tt IN tluN. Ct."tt:tt'.tt. (' .
feb 10, '87 1y ('rawford.sville, Inld.
If Yti W nitit a (cod A rilele
Of PLUG ToIAco, ask your dealn' foi
" OLI I P'"
i rom 9 a. mn. to 1 p. m., and from 2
p. tn. to p. in.
Entoy to Piekens-1vry day except
Sunday. Arrive at 10 a in., leave 12 n.
13revard to Pielkens-.- Tut'.diay and Fri
dtty. Arrive ( p. m., lenve i a. in.
Nine Times to Piekiens -'I'nesdav,
TIhl:sr(day and Saturday. Arrive 1(1 a. at.,
leave 11 a. in,
Eastatoe to Pi(!(itkn4-furad:tr nl
Friday. Arrive tt 11 a. m., leave 1 in.
Stw'art to Pickets-'I'nrsday and Fri
day. Arrive 11 it., leare 1 p. m.
J. '1'. .limuI)Nt', P. M.
A "L r"""" "'1elre not ie nt
tO htmrbor or employ J. J. 11t)oNs, as;
h is unlder contract to us for the year
1887 until crops are laid hv. Tno'' dis
rogar(ding this ot;iPe will be dealt'with nl'
corling to law. E. A. & L. A Buowv.
.:ne 2, 188'/ 1
Nct ice tOCie(iit)ir:.i
TI. B. 1laynr. et al. P'l,tintitl'svf. JTohnr
R. . .et t tal. I)ef te ants.
PURiSUAN'T toI tie term's of' a dr'etal
orerumeini the abovaea St:.ted cae,
all per':onsM havin te lainms auai nsl thle e:4
tat't of C. P. Rnion, *leceUaed tae htere
by re<lIuired to pr'ove li''ir e!a imts he'otra
mA otn 0or b)iforet the l'thi day' of ,Junoe
niext. or' bea ho trred frtm all ci lain in
the fund of' the si,dI
J. -T. [Lewis, '4p'ial lieferee.
may 1, 58s87 .
This Magazine portray's Ahmeri.d
enn thought and life from oceant to
ocean, is filled wuithi pure high-class
literature, and can be safely wel
comed in any family circle.
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eipt of 25 eta.: beach numbers, 15 ct,.
Premiumx Llit with e'iither.
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I WVILLT he att Piekensu C. fl. Onl Mont
(lay th e 8th~ of Juin' prtepared'u to per
formi all kinids of l)oactal opter'ationis, iand(
will remiain as long as I lindi work to
keep me emnployed.
WV. M. NOR\VOOD),
J'une 2, '87 tf Greenville, S. C.
JF *flj1% of sorts' with hteadachte, stomach
disorder, torpid liver, pain in Laiek or sIde, cont
atl atton, etc ,ineglect may he fntal. Onhe (lose
of Btronue Anaative ills will givo relief.
A few dtoxes reatore ntew heaalth and vlgor.
A bsoIutely Pur.
'This powder n aeIr varies A harlvel of'
econonnal thane c tIe ordtiary ktids, andi
CatUnt hei sold ini comtpvIeti tith the
muilt it nde of lows test, shoart night(l aim
oir phosphtate powders. n 8(old onlyt In ( an
IlovAi HIN(Is PownDEut (iin ,(i I ~ Wall
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No. I. Farmers' Size, I9xl2xl3, .
No. 2. Household Size, 22x15xIe,
No. 3. Small Dealers' Size, 28xl8x18,
No. 4. Postmasters' and Offioe Size, 3
No. 4 has inside dodr, with flat
have flat key locks, with duplicate key
mantzfacturers of the Victor Safs. We <
or using safes infringing on our patents.
We must have at onue In every cour
in their districts to take charge of our ag<
our safee are thoroughly introduced.
the right kind of men. The business is
district. We enjoy a monopoly in our Ii
and commissions. General mere bantsi
adding aline of our safes to theirstoks
Photo cards, teatimonialn, canvassin'; on
This is a rare opportunity. It will profi
THEVICTOR SAFE &
IS ThE LOSS OF
A. Tectare on the Nuttare, Treat
men1t mull cit'ure Nf (ne irul \\'(akn('sc
t,r Spe(rmlal tru . Indl u:r h'lIv sillf abusi
lnvoht:.t:ary Illmi siontIs, In p ,ten(y, N(rv
qus i)ehility, Ia'd Impelimtents to Mar
iing ILeneraiiilly: Co. umplt itn,'ii,ep
:unl i l5 \It : t iitlan l'hyi c ital Il tllpacityV
& -'".- Iiy 1,i :l' J. ('li,\'E:lt\\':I,I.
'1Ii worltl r'nown, 1(e'd riulthior, in tli
a-luirablel)4 lt't uire (Iilrly prove s fr.n
h1. u\wn experji'tn e tha iiI:t\vlaw u i'n
(1pten(ces ofl .t"lf ahnt'- nl:ty he (I effe t ll
reme1dl \ wih't anL r"u, surgieal 1o1
i'tiii ns, l,.ttz"t'~l ", ih,rtrii 'lent , rinlt' u
c:r' lias. P intI (i t :n t a tmoel' o f ("Ir' 1
nnt"1 (t''Irti and1( teffte 'mil, hv\ whItih ('\
rv sltll 'r, n. m:tllter w'ntl hi
('1 ti mayu b. nav ('re' hlims
(Iht':p11y. p1riat ly mal ra'lit'ally.
ri 1This I.(' Itiare w\ill prove at bitnu t
tthusa'td- :tet t hots:nIs
- tnt undetr'.s'al, in ai 111:in ('nv('lol,, t
ttny\ addre't'- . 1 sl"t-pai , ttl rece-ipt tint
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G r'eenivile,.- -- - - S. (
(lark & \Wilco:
l)o the best, work~ of~ an;
firim inU Souh IJ arolP01ina 0i
An 1 u( e thIIe fineiist mia tei
al of anty firmi Sonth
Mason andt D)iekson'~s linti
WVe have the evidnceiC t
Agents CThamnpion IT-on 1( U c o.
dfec 18. 84 1 1
Thit Style Phi uija Sig~o.
Othe4r nonj4f44P ni hrye han4. 9-4i to FA(4 A conr1.
nl. .. t.f du.t urrfLwil a lia a sh n Atr
Are expressly meant to supply an
urgent demand from Farmers, T cwer,,
Doctors, a8mU n RailA e itse, Po.tmaste,
Business Men anrdamilies, for a erst'
olss fire- proof, burglar- proof combin
ation 1 , safe, adapted in capacity
and p rice to suit their requirements.
The Viotor is ftirt-clas in every reed
pect, warranted fire-proof, and con
st tcted in the most improved manner.
We now use on each and every safe
OW' new non-plokable oombinatlon
look, and inside bolt-work. It bs all
tound corners, exterior btutitifully
finished and ornamented by hand WIth
all burnished portions nickel-plated.
Interior nicely fitted up with sub-treas.
uries, book-spaces, and pigeon-holes.
- - weight, 135 lb., 24.00
- ' 250 lb.. 30.00
* " 600 lb.. O.OQ
2x22x22, - " 800 lbo. 60.00
key lock, duplicate keys. Sub-treasuries
. We are sole owners of patent, and so14
aution persona against makng, buying, selling
ty good tmart men who are well acquainted
neaes and distributing depots, and see that
We will make a five years engagementwith
vorth from $1,000 to$lO000per year in each
no andcan afford to pay the highest salaries
md hardware dealers can reap a harvest by
and securing the exclusi" oouanty right fee.
tfits and full particulard sent on pplication.
t you to write us at once.
LOCK CO., Cincinnati, 0.
TIl ESE PRICES .\ I''O 11 W1lOLESAL1
ConI;c'rrl)wi:1:KI.y 1t nnl.R $oN &)IIL .1;
In making mai'kct quotations3 wo can
ol1y Il>roxima,to vallues. Mauny chan
ges occur aft,Or tic lnutatioIs are sent
out, aud we (iil o0ly hlop,' to) give a g?n
eral idea of tLie value I>rev'ailiug the day
- the qubotaltionb are mnae,
- IM(OA 9 --CIiI lf.. ... .... .
Plwdlered . ....
Grauiteldtrt( .............. (i
;1in hute u-. . ...... 11
rfl i \ re ... ...... ....... 1H3(( g1
t Fair .................... lllg4ll1
Olinaryl. .... ........... lal%:!
%IMOI,A9R s (it,blen m , ...., ". g 3
.MiusecVa<I in hlds...... 30
\ I.vu o in hllIs..
r) 5, I - ... .. ...... - 2
(uh) inhbly ............. a;3
o Ntl'w Orlcans, nf'v('rop ... 60
r New O,reans, p rinle..... 45
New ( Irla':ns, fair .... . "
New ( )rleansn, 1um1n... 23
ILurott -< 1enr ]t. (itleS, <I' sal. ...
Ill , DI)ilvi'' ,lianln(d.. 15
I'LA n-- oi ce'i kett h-,j3jI tierre 1~ . 7 Jg
'haier ketlib........I 00
() hoice(kitile, bZ~iuketit.,.. 6 9
Gnarli('lrn fril tes........ 0
('I0rn frain wagons1........ 66
(hits McD:I................ 5)
(htt' - ls, Tex-as 's..'.. .
Geoia l r:.i ng ~......... . 552
000A(CI S %i 0I .....i .. . ... $2 50
R lei- 'h v e..I' .......... li . 5
S i li .:i B -41.. . .. .. 1 25
()h lbncin .. . .. .
lh 'hief......... ..........5f
01(:CIICI 1u.01.............,.....1 50
lln bwk..e ............ 155
Qurtr 11") 10~..... ht
2('ris lsne.......-..-- 50
20 lbs lKits Ni) :1..........1 20
K EncosMN--Per galln . .1
J. S. iR i-F)sdl & Bro ,(of Jamnes
$(own, (Gilford County, 4. (C., i-.11a
-old andl reliablde innu. The'lgar
struc(ted to) relaIc(, free (If charige,
all trees mid vinles that do not live
though~ the first season, 'when taken
on113 dayIf dleliveryS.
The Rev. G1. W. S)ingleinAn is oitr
.'statuling ag!ent for Pickeits County,
! 3 C. B3uy y0r tr.ees fron a a
you knuow and1( cani b found; who
'will corr'ct all mistaLkes, repho-e deadi
Address all ordersu to him at Pick.
(1n1, 8. C. Bewr' oIf strangers who
cllne iA) you baking id kInds oif
proises*1, (<Mer1~inrg t C) seli "E~l(vrhearI4
ing apple trieesi," IFrost lProo p ..bI
trees," "Bunclh straw'borry," they .,re4
Addressh1 for Catlo0g'ues, Pi(cs
- J. 8. RAGSDMAfE & 131O.,
Apor. 28, 3. JAMETWN, N. CI.
PnEDMONT A Rl LN
l~~Cne 9tli9 1886""O'"'
Tralins ru by 75th Meri(dan time. f*O
hour faster than 90th MOritian limo
(.Af_Ailn _ No ji1 I No 6
a.ve.Atlanita - ---. 7 j d0n 840a.l
Arrlvt Guiuesvillce., . 9 1'! pm 10 a
T.. . . .. , . i1pm 10 a6 1
'rcn ..... . i,V 01) pm 12 00 i -
Seneea. . .. . . . ii 17 pm 12 56 pa
Easley - - - 12 10 am 2 10 pm
Greetrville.-..... 1 (2 am 2 82 pi*
Spartanburg -..... 2 17 an 8 43 pat
Oaffney-. -- .... 8 05 am 4 8O pm
Gastnnia... ..... 4 19 am 5 41 pit
('harlotte........ . 05 am 6 25 pm
-----bry. ..... 642 am 801 pm
A ie ~' -.. -..-....-- 12 84pm
ARthevtlle........: 6 16l
Ar. Hot Springs. --........ g18 pt
lta.t.l .......... 1 50 pm 680 ia
OMIShoto... .. 4 411 pm11 20 am
(ireeusboro., 8 22 am 9 40 pta
a-ille. .. ,,... 10 10 am 11 29 pm
ti<hmton.. 3.. 8 50 pm 0 40 am
1.1'nolilirg------ 1 05 litti 2 00 am
('rinaottesyille, ... 8 40 pm' 4 10 am
\1ashington -.. 8 23 pmi 8 10 am
Ialtimunre....... (11 25 pmil0 03 au
Phi6rlaeina-.,... 3 00 am123.5 pm
Arrive New York.... 1 20 am 8 20 pr
SO'n7'th 7'T&r cm.,
No 50 i No .2
Leay New York.... . - 45 aml 4 30 p,w
Ph,ilhulelphita. 7 20 at 6 57 pll
Bali ore...... 1) I5 an 9 42 pm
Waislington .... . 11 20 am, ii 00 pm
Cha trl ttaville. .. i ' ? pm' 3 00 aui
Lvnhl,nr- - . 5 .~0 pin' 5 05 ca
I'ichin.n l.......'3 (1 pIn I a tiin
Danville...... ., 8 50 pml 80 5 am
(reensboro ., ,. 10 -14 pm 9 48 atL
Goldsbuls, . , . . Ii 50 imG 00 pui
itlei lt... r,... ,, 71 pIn 1 00 ana
oit 4rin s.ig,. $ 42 aim
Auhevill...... ...10 51 amn.......
Stattesville........4 48 pm ..
Salisbmry........ 12 3 ant'1 23 a1
('hnlnte 2........2 25 am 1 00 ptr
.msionni......., .3 24 am 1 42 pm
iTt fey's........ 4 50 am a 251 pt
ia ttahu rg...... 5 30 an 3 34 pm
Ore nciille....... (1 50 am 4 48 pit
Entiey ..a .. . . . .. 1 7 am 5 1.1 pm
tea.--...... 8 -10 anm 6 12 pr*
1(c'<),......... .. 9 -li aml 7 08 pm
Lu a. ... . 11 04 am 8 22 pm
C.,iiesville ...11 26 amtn H 4( pm
Arrive Ath,inta........ 1 20 ram;10 40 pm
SLIEPING CAR SERVI(E
On t rains 510 atl 51 l'ullnau lffet sleep.
ers1 et ween New York an1d Atlanta. On
traits 52 arit 53 Pilinun liuffet sle per'
betwren\ WaoI,ngiin and New Orlean,s.
Pi tlman sleepe- het w ettn (rer,nsborr, and
Iticinonti. 't'hloughl tIloets on sale at
in< ieipal stations, to all pninti . For ratea
att inftiniti apply to any agentt of the
E II 'ilIOMAS. JTAH. L. T.tYL,O
en_ Manageit ~(r G P A
GreeniulIle, S. C.
A. A. ~A TES, P1ropri'etor.
mIE M.!\IoN IOUSJ if.' 13E~
I.aewlyv riOt tedl and exeelletly fur
, ishied-~ It is first- lass in tall it s alppoit.t
InentsI, di of thei best ho~t.els ini the
Motth Statd int thle htealthtiest ndl
iost die 1leil'uil city in the (Otititry, it of
fers SLUPEJU( )it ATTil \CTIONS 'ila
VlSIT'l'()lM and tourists and11 the cuisinci
N (Iauh mnd & DantvIlle Rt R
Columbia aiU Greenville Division
MYay INtl., 1ss7.
(Tratins rain on 75th Meridian. time.)
Lea.ve Auhevil..-..............1 80 thm
' Iiindetsonville.... ......12 42 lom
Phnt i tk.----. ..........2 55 jha:
Spiartaniburg-.-..-.--.-......8 50 pm
Arr Ie Colnin bi............. . 00 Itti
.- . usta.-..-------...... 20
f"'4('miI br>nnel__ j No12
1iIye' Wtailla......-... -5n
n4teen- ..--...... ........9 17 ani
"Albbeville -. ...10 45 amj
L 1aurenii-q -...... 845 am
" (Oreengville.~.. .,. 9 45 arm
(' reetwood . ... .. .......6 pm
"..... in... y.......... .... 0 p
Ar vo Colihnha......., 6 07 pI
Angusta..-.-..-.-..-.-.. 9 20 pmi
North ounft I No 1.
Ar iv......rta.hnr..-..........., 8 1(np
A'jv Fhitattoikr....... .. ... . 5 5 pmt
....nd..r... nvi... le.....,... .0607 pmv
Atlinta..--.-.... .... ......10 40 pmt
ortliihannti No 51
Saet C'Olumitia.,... 1 . 0 Qara
Newhierry --...... .. pmn
": Nlinty Mi.. .,. ..2 80 pm
'- Gr'eenwod,..,......2 52 pm
..r........... . .......,.... 5 50pm
" Liairenst.......... .: 5 45 pm
"Ahhievilje............... 84 pm
" 'oc00a................. O 2pm.
Nows. 1 and 2 vnun solibetween Cohu:m.
hit fand Aithevilli
No. 53 maikes (.lose connection afr V
No. 52 miak<es clotsCeconnetioni for An
gnsta and (Charilest''n att I rtmhini.
.''8. F,. T.\ YLORf, (lent ':iPass. Ag't.
1). ('A RDI)IVFLI. A J) A. ( olumb;a~t C, 8..
50OLL IfA '8, 'I'ratie Mana er.
In aR Awork of neanrly 20&
ustrations, will tin-.
bead.ro rantI note ir. ney
ONt.?fic'sMr.tetl , At iirtuitTWrn.
JAMES VICK, ME.EDSMAN, RI.ohester. N.'s'