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8* *jB Ob of the woret on
Iamag6 t the fbddbi crop.
nir,~ of aihoolhaa caused the
4 b thiorb lively appearance.
. a isinfrom Texas. He
iendshere for several weeks.
.4innie.Morgan of Dacuaville.
-tvea and friends in town last
< . . IL 3oggs and family have
0 thi eme in Abbeville
!Aur IS ha returned to her
eaoker ih the Williamston Fe
L. H. Hagood, of Birtning.
in visiting the family of Col
Emmie Hendricks, of Liberty,
C the Wiliamston Female Col
r. E. Hagood went down to
last week to look after the
.'f his office.
;urkhead commenced a scries of
tn the Presbyterian Church at
last Fr .
. Hester failed to get the Spar
"tmastership. Poinier got
nt or sell on easy terms, 117
and near Cross Roads church,
-es in Easley.
Hortense Mauldin will leave
o supply the town.
John B. Watson died on the
-t his home In the city of An
led sixty five years.
T. T. Burdine has let the con
building a handsome residence
ace near Sunny Dale.
es Nina Fripp, John's Island,
d Emma Beckett, Charleston,
) at the Ambler house.
- k and Tom Joe Mauldin are at
helping their father to manage
-)r coftract at that place.
season of the year has arrived
)rds and tenants to begin to
over the division of crops.
I loads of watermelons were
of in town the past week.
,vill be in demand next week.
-oat should'be 'two week late the
vho werecleaned out last spring
hail will make very near a full
SmrrEr -was 'the first newspa
ve a-correct report of the recent
election in the county and dis
. John Ferguson is entertaining
f her Greenville friends at her
viHa -on the summit -of Glassy
. are about 5,000 neres of land
.astatoo Valley claimed by the
the 'labe James E. Calhoun, of
3. K. Mai'tin and daughter, of
* uty, Texas, are visitihrg Mrs.
father, WV. U. Rient of the Sa
Thomas H, MoWhorter has the
w ground cotton in the county.
iaking money out of the Gold
- *k hills.
* Maggie Neely who was assist
or in the Diberty High School
is now teaching a flourishing
Glady's Fork, N. C.
ma needs several new dwelling
an*~d also a boarding hons~e.
ill will be a good demiand for
- >mi and board here next year.
W. C. Seaborn administered
iance of baptism to three eon
tlunday. Thie ceremony took
*Griffn's pond near Secona
le 4th inst., at the gesidence of
r of the bride, Mr. Win. Pow
afcD. Ohappel was married to
SPowell, Rev. J. T. Burdine
lawyers are getting ready for
ig term of court. Seyeral im
criminal and civil eases have
keted, and the term promises
'jed, near Gates, on the 7th inst.,
idence of J. M. T'homipson, WV.
r, of Mauldin, Greenville coun
cinda St.ephens, of this county,
I'. D). Wilson,
enterprising dealer in "moon
to adopted the "hole in the wall"
I thus outwits the revenun oll
is worked on a public highway
wor part of the county.
re is talk of organizing a society
the extermination of the '4ur
as in this community. They
oma a nuisance. Th'ley will be
>by the "button" route.
s Annma Dargan, daughter of Dr.
of Greenville, is assisting Prof.
in the High C3chool here. Miss
is highly accomplished and the
are well pleased with her an a
* a Sime to begin to piok cotton is
A. begins to open, and keel)
Sp~~Avi.t i.s poesible. It is easior
- tien ed wrm not be damnag - l by
a it is whean it rem~ains too long
eyoe wiW be a ciommiunion service
6'nt Pe.asnt on next Sunday morn
~1 o'olook, preparatory sermon on
I r4ay at 1i. a. mi. Preaeing at
*o.n Sunda7 #itght, no servioe in
* p olpwing'gentlemena have been
b h vro as comnmis..
* , oJ 4~ton for Pikens county:
J. P CaeyaJ. R.
* t, (1. . Il.
lilt Cann M, cloredi, lias been in
for wife tiig but the oflicer
law hia not bo~ei ablo to ontoh
Constable Jenni ga gave him a
last Saturday, bu4 the "coon" was
teoet of footio forh.
lnplJerremua.t Hunt forwerly a well
*' len of tld'oounty, nw oi Au.
4 , viSe heriff Richey last week.
Roanjthm-nh sevant-fveea s of
-Mr. A. M. Morris wao aled to An.
derson county last Sunday by a dispatet
from his brother, btatlng the severe ill
nes of their mother, Bhe wa& not ei
pected to live many days.
-Rev. 3. T. Burdine has just close
a very successful protracted meeting aW
Rooky Bottomchurch. There wore baddi.
tionas to the membership and the church
was greatly benefited. Revs. Whitmire
and Boron assisted at the meeting.
---At the next regular moot ing at the
Prembyterian Church here, the Sacra
mant of the Lord's Supper will bo ad
ministered. Dr. Riley will be assisted
by Evangelist J, L. Cook. It is proba
ble that the meeting will be protracted.
-Lo*ig Hill and Ben and Jim Griffin
were before Justice Robinson last Friday
charged with destroying growing crops
and larceny from the field. Hill was
dismissed and the Griffin boys held for
court. Joe Dalton was the prosecutor.
-Quito an interestg gimo of ball
'Was played at Rice's last Saturday after
noon by the Slabtown nine against the
Rice's Creek nine. The game was called
at the sixth inning and stood twonty to
nothing in favor of the boys from the
-Crocket Griffin has returned home,
Re is without hands and helpless so far
xs mork is conqerned. A paper is being
3irculated soliciting aid for him. He
)xtends heartfelt thanks to those who
were so kind to him while unable to be
-One of our 'laddies" wont to the
lepot last week to see a young lady's
trunk off and was unable to loosen his
grip on the handle until the train reach
u-d Cowpens, Spartanburg county, when
the South bound train broke his hold
md brought him home.
-Prof. Neil W. Macauley, who is well
known here and was at one time princi
pal of the Pickens High School, has
been cloted school commissioner of Oco
aee county. We congratulato the Pro
fessor on his success, and the county in
Wccuring such an efficient oflicer.
-The Midway Presbyterians and the
peop'e of their community in Anderson
:ounlty, are certainly prospering. They
havo just completed the handsomest
mountry church in the State at a cost of
$2,600. Rev. J. 1). Burkhead preao'..cd
the dedicatory sermon on the 31st ult.
-There is no safeguard like a local
newsaper. Nothing can do more to
keep up a town and help business, and
merchant, above all, should give them
the preference. Yet freciuently the only
return the papers get for their enterl)rise
is deprecation from those whom they
have benefited both directly and indi
-Mrs. Sallie Hoffman, nee Carey, died
at the home of her mother, in Seneca, on
the 2d instant, after a lingering illness
from consumption. She leaves four
young children, a mother and seven
brothers to mourn their loss. Mrs. Hoff
man was a sister of Mr. J. P. Carey of
this place, who, with the others of the
family, were with her when the cud caine.
-Mrs. M. E. Waters, who came from
Iowa soei time since to visit her broth
er .F. E. Kinch, says she is perfectly de
lighted with the place and climate and it
is probable that she will concludo to
make her home here. Everyone is faci
nated with Pickens whdin they stop here
awhile, and if onr citizens would adver
ti-o the placo we would soon attract
numbers of now citizens.
Petit Juror. for September Court.
The following is the names of those
dIrawn to serve as petit jurors for the
next court which convenes hero on 'the
fourth Monday (22d) in this month.
Carter Roe, A. L. Pace,
Joel II. Miller, ' William McMahan,
J. Mat Bowlin, William S. Parsons,
George W. Davis, Tandy W. Hill,
G. WV. McClanahman, Elias E. Hendricks,
John A lHiggins Win. B. Nichols,
N. T. Martin, Roblemt L Gilstrap,
G. E. R. Williams, J. Smith Bowen,
John E. G:llespie, ,Jolly F. Williams.
(O, TI. Hfendricks, ,T. Minor Holcombe,
Z. T.1. Jones, .Johnu M. Williams,
Abner 1). Chastain, A. E. Allison,
P. D). Dascus, B. F. Lesley,
James A. Brown, James F. Lay,
James M. Gillespie, John R1. (Gossett, Jr.
T'yler H. Moore, B. D). Mauldin,
1). H. Carpenter, John J, Chastain,
Dr. G. WV. Earle was called to the
3hair, and J. E. Roggs was requested to
ict as secretary. The chairman explain
3d that the meeting was called to -con
sider the advisability of purchasing a
mitable site for a town cemetery.
R. A. Bowen, of the committee for
hat purpoese, repiorted that his commit
tee had aigreed to recommend( the pur
abiase of a suflicient <quantity of laned
fromn Col. 3. E. Haegood just out of
town'i north of the read heeding to
t*lassy Mountain. 'The report was
Mr. C. E. RIobinson off'ered the follow
iflg resolution, which was adopted:
Resolved, That thme citizens of the
town and community purchase three
acres of hand from Col. J. H. ilagood
for a public cometery for whites, the
money to be raised by subscription, that
the deedl to the same be made in thme
towns council and their succssors in
offico. 'That a committee of five hoe ap
pointed to solicit subscriptions and to
make the purchase whon the monley is
R. A. Rowen, J1. L. Trhornilov-, J. M.
Stewart, J. McDiBruce and J'ulius E.
Boggs were ap)pointed pursuant to the
The meeting then adjourned subject
to the call of the chairman.
U. W. EAur.n, Chairman.
Jvr.msa E. Rooos. Secretary.
Twelve Mile Meaial AsN4ucation.
The Tw~elv yeMIil McNusical Assoriationi
met wvith Now Hop~o Meothodist Church
Saitimrday and Sunday, August 30th and
31si. Th'e attendance and music were
boths good on Saturday, but on Sunday
the music and crowdl were extra good1.
On Saturday the executive committee
jmot being prosent, the music was con
ducted by J. L. Thomas, J. L. Mur
p hree and others. lho beautiful Sab
bath morning having come, the Associa
tion was called to order at 9:30. The
sin gers waerc arraneged by Conductor Li.
R. Dalton, who led the class somne time.
The leaders in the forenoon were J. L.
Maurphree, Wmn. GIravloy, J. Stancil and
J. I. Thomas. Then a good round
meal was eaten by everyone present.
Immediately after dinner a collection
wvas taken up, which received a liberal
oontrib)ution. The mneans were given to
the church to be used in any cause that
was proper. More good music until 4
o'look. Tho Associntion then adjourn
eA ntil tho nnxt fifth nnany.
war their otherwiso tastofhl tables b
neinig leaders for bl%nks instead o
naughts, This may be deemed a verj
small matter, but it is enough to make i
decided difference in appeurance.-Au
What are loaders for but to uo a
"blanksi" A string of ciphers a miil
in length would signify no more that
on lone cipher, hnoo why not ust
londers? They are much more agreen.
blo to the eye and pro-einitintly "print
atorial." Brother Todd, "tackle" a nul
you can more easily crack. "Naught"
comt% to one who "bites off more than
he ean chaw."
Our aiak people are all better but John
Falls wha Is quite ill.
Game Gaines, Joff Gassoway und oth
era are on another mountain triy.
Jonn Riloy and Francis Smith were
married Sunday morning by Rev. J. 1.
Rev. J. C. Cook and )r. Riley are
holding protracted services at the Pres
byterian church this week.
Our school is progressing finely under
the skillful managemeut of Prof. Hol
Sept. 8th, 1890.
Mr. Young and Miss Lou Garrett, and
Miss Lizzie Boggs, of Fountain Inn,
visited at Mr. J. A. Boggs' last week.
' Mr. D. J. Green has returned from a
visit among relatives in Laurens county.
Mr. A. M. Hamilton has moved back
to his old plaeo owing to Miss Hamil
ton's faing health.
Rev. Plouden, of Edgefiold, preached
hero last Monday night. lie gives
promise of making an able divine.
Dr. Holtzclaw's father and mother of
Greonville, visited him a few ilays last
Dr. IIollingsworth is building a resi
dence in town and will movo in it when
A rabid dog was killed near here last
Saturday. It is thought that he could
not bite as his jaws were locked, though
he attempted to. 0sItvEu.
Another Step Iforwta.
Pursuant to the notice given by the In
tendant, a goodly number of our citizens
met at the court house last Thursday af
ternoon and took steps looking to the
purchase of at public cemetery near the
corporate limits of the town. It will bc
for the exch:.sivo use of the white people
of the town and community.
Tis is another step forward by on
citizens who have begun to awake to the
importance of a more genetal interest in
our public affairs, if we wish our town
to grow and develop.
The future promises well for Pickeni
and within the next few years we will
take on a steady substantial boom that
will make this place one of the brightest
and most attractive spots in the Piedmont
Here is a "sockdoliger" for Mr. Di
ton. Mr. WUMrock says that "Free"
Joe cut a la1XjPFinO trCe on his place
that made a keg of tar and 2,500 boards,
and that there wias enough left to imake
2,500 boards more. Beat it, if you can.
It rains, and is a bad time to gather
Mr. and Mrs. Cars White, of Oconec
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Perry,
of this plaC
Irof. Leoiard T. Wilson is going tc
start to school at Central today. Hi
wants to regia his health before return
ing to the West.
Cotton is opening rap)idly and the
many ginners are preparing to sep)aratc
tho lint and seed.
All is quiet on the "Potomac" at pres
-Lewis Omens, jr., was committed to
jail last Monday by Trial ,Justico Mulli
nix, fer striking a woman. iIe got ten
Pickens county's prospeCtfor a good
crop is at the pre'sent, better than we
bave hadl for seve'ral years. Th'le acreage
is larger t han eiver before, and, if p)rices
are geood this fail, miore nionley will conc
into the county than any year previons.
For the year 1891, farm known as
Symmes' mill place, en Eighteen Mile
Creek in Pickens county. 150 acres in
cuitivations. For terms, apply to Alt's.
M. S. Dean, Greenville, S. C. wv2
'TIlE STlATE'l OF SOUII'I (CAlIOLINA, '
(Count v of Piecns.
('mon leas ('ourt. J
J1. W.. Norwooda, IPresidenit C reenvi lle
Savings Bank, Plainiitiff,
A eis at.
.Jery 11. Payne andl W. N. Payne. Decfen
To the lh-fendants, Jlery II. Payne and
You are* hereby sumoneid and required(
toaniwer thle coma dinit . ini thlis act ion,
which is this dayv tiled in the' ottlee of the
cl erk of comtt t'o r IPickens contyl, and to
serve' atcp of your answer tom thle said(
comlain t on thle salbscribier at his iili id
P i ekenis, S C, withtin twenty days after
the service hiereof, celusivYe of the <biv
of such service; iiaid if you(itilil to aniswtr
thle comnplain t wit hin thle t ine aifo resaid,
the pilalintiff in this 11nelin will appl~iy to'
the court11 for thle relief demandei(hd In the
I )amted J1iu Ut h 1890.
[smOA.] J1. 31. ST EW A RTP, C. C. P.
J1. P'. C'AuSY, lIaintifl's' Attorney.
To thle dletf(ndlant, W. N Paynme:
Take noatice, thait. thle comnplainat in this
actioen, togethe(r with the sammons oif
whichl the forego)ing is a 'sp~y, was5 tiled
ina the ottlee of thle ('leak of the Cou,trt of
Commna lens ior thme counmty of P'ickens,
in the St ate of SothI Carol ina, itt Pick
ents in said St ate and county', on thle 61th
day .Junae, 18190. J P'. CA IIEY,
a udl-l w( P inm tiff s A ttoran y .
At Colnitmbla, S. C.
Graduatet courses. Under graduate
couramsis foa degrees--3 literary anid six
seienit ie. AlIso shorter and elective
courise's. P'r.>fessioali courases in law,
p hasramacy, veterina ry science anmd pe(dait
gi gies. Ii well e<ii pped labhoratories; 4
Tujition fee, $-10 per sessionl; other fees,
$' t ( icluiniag inafirmary, fee, covering
meildia atIteandance, mnediem ies, etc.). Ta
ble hoard, $10 to $12.50) per month.
U' IIoms renat. free. 'lTotgl expienses, includ
in uel(tc, lighlts, wanshinig, books, etc.,
'iTuit ion fee reamit ted to studlents certlfy
ig their inii,lity to pa'y it.
Sessiont opens5 lirst Tueidaiy in October.
Enatrmiec exaiiations' held the precedh
We have open
Ing for. men and bo
ed with particular c
the largest clothing
in band-box style.
FOR THE L2
ted and CasInores,
For the next ra
We cannot nano th
there isn't as nuch
like a waxed or bell
when pressed by a
Our cotton arr
est Market Price pu
Moro to say a):
One timie a kaf ran over' a bcy. and
what did the boy say? It, don't make so
much difference whatl he said, as it does
about sonle other things.
For instance, that kaf's skin was con
verted into various articles, and this Al
manac has invested largely in leather
goods, like Calf Skin Shoes and Boots,
and warranted water-proof and leather
lined. Also a ica tt .. Bridles ad
Harness, Collrs and Whips, Lines and
Halters, Satchels and Pocket-IAo ks, and,
if you remember, that was a very large
kaf,and they made up the balance in Sole,
Upper, Harness and Lace Leather, all of
which this Almanac is headquarters fon
Anad for making up your leather, we have
Rivets, P'unchecs, Shoe Thrcad, Shoe Pegs,
Shoe Lasts. Shoe Knives, Shoe Hanmmners,
Buckkas, Bitts, Awls and everything else
TIhat K af also had horns, (lhe was not n
Button K:af) anmd the~ hrns we-re tuarned
intot lhuttons and Combls. We have them-n
in stock also-all sizes, shiapeas :and colors.
'That h:af was "'phat,"' anid we han'e tal
low enmough~l to grease every steamu engine
in the county.
ThlEltE IS NO LAItOEII STOCK, NO
BETTrEi (GOODS) AND) No LO)WElR
.iT lIut for that Kaf's Tongue, Leungs
andl Upper Front Teeth, enqiuirei at some14
W. T. McFA LL.I
We will give FIV E DOL
LAllS to the party ranising
the Heaviest Tnnii lp fromt
Seed bought of us, anld
brought in by Novemiber
12th, 1890. We have noue1
bu1t Rtobert Btiists' NeW
Cr01) Seed, therefore can l
GAlurantee Fresh Seed1.
A. B.& J. 1L CARPENTER.
Mansion House D)rug Store,
Near Court Hlouse.
GREENVILLE, - S. C,
BEFORIE DECIDING I
Where to Educate Your Daugh
ter, Send for a Catalogue
Fall ttessioni opens Sepltemiber 10th , I 10,
with better facil ities for thorough jnstrue
tion than ever before. Best adivantages.
L.owest rates. Address Rev. S. I.ander,
A.- M. Presln.atm
FOR CAMP ME
d up the largest, handsomest and cheap
ys that we have over seon. These suits h
are as to style, color and durability. '
house in Now York.
3, SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CIRAVATf
LDIES.-We have received a beauifful lir
with nice ribbons, velvets and plush for
onth we will boreceiving bargains in over
em all. We ask that you come yourself
emptiness in these words as comes froi
)wsed doll baby, gives a monutouous C
ingements this season are better thian ev
,id in CASH. Try us with your first bal
out these things as the season advancees.
F. W. POE
Og First-Class work aSp
Orders by 3
All our Materlal la New anid of timc L
Call on, or .%ddreMl
Caldl onI me f o a our e le m I.d-oom .suit.
splenditd lot of tI~iin afel 4, besteds etc. I
'Ce I ive,-' one of the best hivs nmade. 1's. M.
,thm furniture andmi hee hive.,(*g. C'all en himn, or
lar n.oi ,mnlar limhLr inken in exchanuin
st lot of Cloth..
ave been select.
"hey come from
i to rig you out
In of fall Wor.
line of goo,X5
anlI lean1 that
u1 tho 1anl who,
rv of "BATS!'
3r. The High
Greenville, S. C.
lav Ille, S. C.
NTI NEL i>N
& CO., Proprietors.
lail Promiptly attended to.
d. in every instance.
TEEI EC INT1NEL, ickeuns, S. ('.
i.arloir andI kiten furnIiture. I hav'e
mi no',w mianuifactuiring te "Empjire
Morris at Pilckens, is my agent for
me at my factory a&t 1icl.
tar furnitur% ...coarf
Rielamond dc Danvlll *3X
Greenville and Colrmbia 1ivision.
Condensed Schedulo August 81st, 189%r
Tra-ins run on 75th merldian time. -
Going North. Going Soutb
No. 54. No. 55.
7 00 am...Lv Ch-arleston Ar... 9 80 pm
8 00 ...... Augusta ....... 9 07
11 00 .......Columbia....... 4 40
12 02 ........Alston....... 8 R5
1 33pim........Union........ 1 50
2 30 Ar....Spattauburg.... 12 40 am
4 46 ........T ryon ........11 24
5 33 .. ......al*ula........10 37
5 54 .......Flat Rock......10 10
0 10 .,. .Henderionville.... 9 59
7 00 .......Asheville.......9 05
8 40 ......Hot Spring..... 7 80
12 20 ......Poma........... 8 20 pm
12 42 .......Prosperity.... 2 57
1 00 Lv.....Newberry..... 2 87
2 125 ......Ninety 8ix...... 1 1
2 4f; ......urepn(wood..... 12 24
3 07 ....... I Iod gs........11 55
3 50 Ar....Abieill..LY..10 50 am
'1 00 Ar...... I lon........10 80
4 10 Lv.. llw-i-ln . .LV.... 10 50
4 22 ......wilijnsiol.....10 18
4 :31 ... .....PI r........10 12
4 .18 ....... 'i h t ...... 9 55
5 30 Ar...0.ree:ile. . Lv 9 15
4 40 .. .... Am4.!lson........10 03
5 22 ...... P.d1ltn...u... 9 20
6 00 .... .... . (nI .ca ....... 8 54
7 00 . . . W !ialli.......8 80
10 .10 ...........
No. 5;- No. 57.
5 .10 pm.....Cou bi:t....... 9 50
0 1 5 ....... Al ton......... 8 40
7 00 ....onaria....... 8 30
7 2. ..r.speriy...... 8 08
7 .10 Newherry...... 7 50
M 15..... ..Goh!vi6le. 52
9 07 ..Clinlton........ 82
0 415 A r ..l I -renis. ....... 6 00
Nwly Six ......
5 05 . 0........ 4 f0 pM
5 40 ... 1b %ille ...... 4 15
No. 50- No. 51.
9 45 am .... IT0.. . 9 0
10 25 - \l ville... 8 50
10 10 .... .. 1. . It.o n........ 3 40
11 (2 .William4on..... 3 17
11 08 .. .... jI b0
1 1') ........l1mimnt. 2 53
12 01 ..... .re vill ...... 2 10
No. 58. No. 59.
7 20 ......Pr,sperity...... 7 08
7 40 am...Lv Nuwherry Ar... 6 50 pm
8 53 . inei ySix...... r .".
9 14 ......Grenwood...... 5 20
9 :8. ......ilod'es........ 4 58
10 30. .....Ar. I...... . 4 05
10 45 ......I w. 3elton...... 3 55
11 10 ..Ar. . An4lcrson.. Lv.. 3 30
No. 6. No. 5
12 15 pm.... Lv lloilres Ar..... 2 40 pm
1 05 ....Ar.AhevillcLV.... 1 50
Nos. 5, 6, 50, 51, 56, 54, 57 and 59, daily
except Sunday. Main line trains 54 and
55, t i het,wel-n Colunhia and Alston;
daily exCe"pt, Sunday bvtwevu Alston and
1tillim:n Parlor servive bet ween Augus
t 11.1l 1it dSlrilngs, N. C., daily without
chane, oin 5.' Irmi Autgusta, connecting
with 2. & (.
SI I; A AS, riilt- Manager.
JM . T. ADYH, Gen'l. Pass. Ag't.
1). CA Il DN WE [,L. 1). P. A.. Columtibia . C.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE P.R
PA 1-1 EI ENOF I',PAllT'MEN'1.
Wirlingt on.1 N. ('.. Ju; I h, 1890.
f~'':i t Ii ! haw (;harh-ston and( Cc
Itunid;ta aliI tij-II er Stuitjl C)ar)Iluja and
WVester. Noti1 ht C;,rol ina.
(Going Webst. Going East.
No. 52. No. 58.
7 220 a.mii Lv Charler,ton Ar. . 9 80 p.mi
8 30.... ....L:mies..... .. 7 42
12 .5 . ..umter...6 82
10 35 . ..Ar Cohimbiha Lv... .5 20
141 p.m . . ..WVinsborro..3 36
'2 1). .. .. .:.-....r..... . . 210
: 1 . ......rkv.ile.... .. 1 (23
(i 153 .Lmevtr .... 9 00 a.m'
'3..7.. .. I- 1.... . 1 54 p.m2
41:i 20 Chorh.Ite, N. C... 1 00
I ill p.m22 Ar* b rj~:~S.t : ,~I 2 37 p i
2 412 . . . .G1reen~w)ood.12 24
7 12) .. I'zu2rets...6 00 a.mi
4 .10 ...Anderson... . .. 10 031
.5 20 ....reenivill.... 9 25
7 00)..... ....Wlhlla. .. . 8 25
3 52)......Abil.....\1hvl.10 50
2 36 . .. .. Spartanhu0e ...12 49 p.m1
'6 07 1Itii1rsonvilb-,'N. (51(0 (9 a.miu.
7 nu ).....A....ille. N. C. . . 9) 15
Solid trains betwonu 2'harleston2 andi Co
tlub, 2 . C. TI. M. EM ItSON,
(len. P'ass. Agent.
II. W.u:r 2'. (h-'n~l'hIIManer.
CAUlTION W. L,. Douins Mhoes av
W. L. DOUCLAS
Fino Onlf and L eced Wnterproof Grata. -
The eq xcl lee ni nd wa ring qunlities of this sho
cannot bet better sh,owna than by the strong endou.e
miot.M of Its thiousarnds of cons ant wearera,
tm=.00 Uenulne l Ein .ewed1, an Oiegiati
O styluih ireoa .'tn wiuconmmends I 5.
S A.OO Iland-Neqwed \Veit. A flno celt o
Irtunoqulledct for sttylje andl durability,
53.50 ondyear Welt 2.s the standard dreg.
5350 Policem a phe haspecall adapted
3 for rairoad mun, farmnora, etc.
All moadei in Congres., Buttton and ,len.
a3& $2 SHOES LXd
havebeenmostfavot-ably received since ltriod
and the recenti imp rovemetnts nmako thent supWerr
to any shoes soid at. these p rices.
Ask your Dealer, and if he cannot surply you seEd
di etI to factory enclosing advertised pri, or S
W. L. DOUG LAs, Blrooktesg, Mas..
FO:li SALE BlY
to thle under
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