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-Mr. John F. Stewart is seriously ill.
-Read Bruce's new ad this week.
-Col. lagood goes to Walhalla today
-See advertisement of Centrai High
School in another dlumn.
-Mr. Crayton Price, opened school at
H11y Springs last Mon day.
-Miss Gertle Storm, one of Edgeflel('s
bright stars, is visiting Miss Sunic Aubler.
-Mr. E. E. Kennemore and family, of
Greenville, are visiting relatives in this
-About twrnty persons boarded the
morning train at Easley last Tuesday for
-Old mountaineers clam that moonshine
Ip scarcer in the hills now than it has been
since the war;
-The grape crop in this county is good.
Those0whio have vine, are realizing hand
-Mrs. R. F. Smith and daughters, of
Easley, visited Col. 1lollingsworth's family
the past week.
-G. A. Browning, State agent for the
Mutual Life Insurance Company, is in he
town this week:
-Ninty-five carloads of watermelons
. passed Easley going north on the Air Line
on the 22nd inst.
-Riley Ellenburg, was sent up to the
U. 8. court last Saturday for violatlon of
the revenue laws.
-Mr. and Mrs. M. A Morgan and son,
of Greenville, are visiting relatives at this
place and Dacusville.
-The U. S. Court opens in Greenville
iext Monday. Pickens county will send
about one hundred delegates.
-W. C. Smith, cashier of the Easley
bank, has been ill at his mother's near
Equality, since last Saturday.
-Mr. A. E. Norris, of Cokesbury, was
In Pickens the past week. Mr. Norris
represente the Mutai Life Insurance Co.
-The wet weather of the past week has
retarded work in the brick yard. Mr. Wy
att has one kiln of 100,000 brick now burn
-Dr. J. F. Wiliams, who has been very
Ill for the past three weeks, is much in
proved and his friends hope to see him out
-The excavation for the new court
house will be completed this week. h'le
brick-laying will commence in about ten
-Mr. W. W. Grillin, wife and son,
of Williamston, visited Mr. Griflin's
grand-mother, Mrs. Ann Griflliin, the past
-John It. Fill. of Central, freight can
ductor on the Air Line, fell froni his cab
at Greenville Tuesday morning and broke
-Messrs. T. C. Robtison, J. J. Lewis
and J. T. Younghlood, represented P"ickens
at the corner stone hu3 ing at Clemson last
-Mr. Tom Jo Mauldin has put on the
'harness'' in earnest. lie is now tenching
a flourishing school at the Wolf Creek
-Mr. WV. II. Steele, who has been at
tending the North Georgia Agrieitu-ali
College at D)ahlonega, is at hoame for the
-The farmers in the lower p)art of
Liberty township claim to have a better
p[ospect for a good crop than they had at
this tiene last year.
-Mr's. .J. J. Lewis and children, Miss
Jennic, and Masters Earle. Jesse and Ar
thur, are visiting Mr's. Lewis' sisters at
IRiebland and Walhalla.
-Prof. J. C. Garrett is teachiit a sing
ing school at Prater's Creek Chnrich. The
school opened latst Mombiy morning withb a
large attend,mnce of pulpils.
-Secial road Commnissioners .J. L. Anm
bIer, TI. J. H3owen and( Johnt A. liohinson,
conuntienced last Monday to 1lay out the new
road from this place to l)ae'usville.
-Miles N. (Boh) Kelley, late of the
Crow Creek section, (lied in .Jackson coun
ty, N. C., on the 10th instant. Hie was
atb)ut inirty-eighit years ef age and leaves
a wife andl three children.
-Several mnembhers of thW f:"milies of
Mr I1. C. Grady atnd hi. ( . lel )aniel and
several visitors, I welve or fourteen ini all,
have gone to the mnonntains for a two
weeks' fishing and hunting trip).
--Mrs. Calhoun, the mother of Pat and
John C. Catlhoun. was buried at Fort liii1I
last Tuesday at I; p. m. Slhe died in At
lanta on Monday. A special t raini bro ugh t
the funeral cortege fromt Atlanta.
'wRevs. T. C. O'l)ell and Jlames Mulhi
ntix conducted a very successful protraecd
sneeting at, ituhamah church neat' Liberty
the past we'ek. Great interest was taken
in the meetitng atid much good for the canuse
of religion resulted.
-The employes of Messrs. M. A. Boggs
and ID. A. Chambliin, of Libe'rty', haive fin
Ished their work in the crops in fine style.
Cotton rows and terraces are alike clear of
weeds anid grass, and they ate enjoying a
well earned holiday.
-Contractor Sheck, of Easley, has fin
ishmed ani ele'gat two-story r'(e.iene for
Mr. W. N. Hunghes, of Looper. It is a
. co)mplete job and otie of thle most commno..
dious dwellitigs in thie couty. Mr. HI.,
.will move into it tnext week.
-Mrs. Lutcinda Grillin, wvidow of the
late Alva (Griflin, aged about sixty years,
died at the residence of her brother-in-law,
Mr. John Burgess, ntear ('a-sar's Hlead, on
the 15th lnst., and was buried at Salhadal
Hill1 Baptist church on thme day following
- -Mrs. J. D. Talley died at the home of
diter husband last Sunday after a long ill-.
ness. Aged 55- yeutrs. rTe funterad took
place atM. Plesanit cihurch the dlay lol
lowing and the burial at the old McMahan
grave yard. Dr. Itiley condt(IOed the uer
-'Kr. and Mrs. J. E. Wyatt, of Easley.
*1sIted their sem Mr. J. G. Wyatt, of thtis
place Jast Motiday and partook of the nt
tanai birthday dinner given their twiti
grand.sons Edward anud Ebble Wyatt.
This was the thirteenth dinner tetidered the
lads and the gradd parents never fail to be
og Ihand on these o ccasiotns.
-Me. J. 0. Westfieldl has contested the
electiom of Capt. W. A. Hunt to the major
ship of the T~hirst Iatallion, andGn
Itichbourg has referred the whole matter
to Col. Cagle for in vestigation. It is claim.
ad that the Butler Guards voted a lairge
number of their honarary and itnactive
fnembers, while only time active metmbers
are entitled to Vote.
-Mr. Perrln 0(1el1, of Plckenis, now liv
tng near ld, had the mishap oti Funday
to break his left arm netar the wrist, lie
fell frotm the stable loft wher'e lie had bl een
for oats for lis horse. A short timeit sine
he dislocated lisa right shoulder. Both of
these accidents will render him utnale to
wGrk, as lie is over fiy yeats of age. Dr.
James Nesbitt attendls hilm.-Greenvllle
county S. S. Conventlon.
CENTRAL, S. C., July 28d, 1891.
The Pickens County Interdenominational
Sunday School Convention met In its fourth
session at this place today at 10:80 a. m.
In the absence of Dr. Itiley, Dr. T. H1.
Law conducted the devotional services.
The president and vice-president both
being absent, Rev. L. T. Weldon was call
ed to the chair, and 0. B. Martin was re
quested to act as secretary.
The delegates were then enrolled and a
permanent organization entered into.
Thirty-one schools were were represent
ed by delegates or reports. A committee
wits appointed to nominate olicers. It
nominated the following, who were unani
Prebident, T. II. Rusell.
Vice-president, M. P. Rogers.
Secretary, C. E. Robinson.
Statistical Secretary, 0. B. Martin.
Treasurer, J. B. Ellison.
Executive Committee, Dr. J. It. 1iley,
R. M. Martin, S. D. Stewart, W. 0. Sin
gleton, J. 1). Morgan.
The secretary being absent, the statisti
cal secretary was r(quested to act as secre
tary pro teml.
The reports front the various schools
were then heard. The delegates from each
school were allowed a few minutes to talk
when making their reports. The talks
were about the expenses of the delegates
in Sunday School work and the condition
of their schools. They showed the schools
to be in a very prosperous condition gener
Adjourned for dinner at I o'clock with
prayer by Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh.
The afternoon exercises were opened
promptly at 2:30 by devotional exercises
conducted by Bro. C. 11. Carlisle.
The following gentlemen were elected
delegates to the next State convention to
be held at Mar'on: -iev. J. II. liiley, T.
ll. Itussell, Ilon. B. J. Johnston; alter
nates, J. E. Boggs, Marcus Boggs, It. M.
The committee on resolutions offered the
We, the workers of the Intcrdenonina
tional S. S. convention desiro to express
our sincere thanks to the people of Central
and the surrounding community, for their
unbounded hospitality to us during the
convention, and for the interest manmfested
by their daily attendance on the sessions of
The resolution was unanously adopted.
On motion, it was ordered that the pro
ceedings of this convention be sent to the
couity papers for publication.
The last thing on the program was the
mass meeting of the children. The niet
ing was addressed by Rtvs. L. T. Welden,
Z. W. Bedenhaugh, Murchison ana Brother
Fike. The meeting was highly enjoyed,
not only by the children but by every one
Excellent music was rendered through
otut the convention by a choir composed of
several different schools.
The following visitors were present at
the convention and their presence and
speeches were highly appreciated: U. L.
Fike, Laurens, S. C., State Organizer, Rev.
T. It. Law, Spartanhurg, S. C., !1epresen
tative of the American Bible Society, and
one of the Vice-Presidents of the State As
sociation; Itev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, Pro'
perity, 6. C., of the executive cionmittee
and state organizer of Sunday schools; C.
If. Carlisle, Spartanburg S. C., chairman
of the executive committee of the State As
Thus passed off one of the most pleasant
mneetings of the convention and it will long
be remembered and chetislied as a happv
spot in the lives of those who were pre. -
The convention adjourn-d with praver
by Dr. Hiley to ineet at Pickens Julv 23r-l
and 24th. l8!2. T. II. flussaz.i., Pies.
0. B. MaICens, Sec. prot tenm.
Last WVednesday- Col. J. E. Hlagood, Mr.
C. M . Word, of the South Carolina railroad
and the editor of the 8xx-ri,Nx. went to spy
outt the pi osp)ects for the Cumnberland Glap
railroad. Mr. Ward was shown the survey
from Pi ickenis to0 the mountains, aind front
the mouintaints on the othier side to l3revardl.
andtu also thle valley of the French Broad
from It- evardl to I lendoi onvilie.
Mr-. W\a:d is gene-al mna:ger of the 8.
C. railrotad whIichi ha:s thle Ciimtberkmd Gatp
le-ased. HIis ohbject wato i)sce thle pro spIet
bth as to tihe toimgraphy~ of the eoun try antd
the dii inito of the peoplle. lie will
maoke a favorable repiort onl both. The
party wasv.~ meut in thle 1Cour-t House at Ure
v-aid by- forty or lifty of thle -it izens, ott a
notice of thirty inuiites. Th'e ob ject of
Mr. Ward's visit was miadet kntown and
there.was a prompt re.;ponise pledging 675,
000 md(. $u;3,o00 ia the outside limit (If a
countty snbscription in Trantsyl vanin, but
Birevardl and her citizetns will hind the other
A splendid showing was also made as to
the resour ces of Tr'mansy-lvan ia. Mr. WVard,
of coturse, in divintg through the eountry
hadl seen the inexhliiumst ible 'forests butt hatd
learned ntot hing of the mineral dleposits.
[here is no enid to thte uime rock of the best
<tality, and iroin, cornnmdrum and mtany
otheir inieritalhve bI(en ftoiud int iaunt
dani(c. All such wvill mtake a line thtrough
the moun(tltaints of iniestimabuhle value to Pick
enis and South Carolinta. 'The Brevard IeO
pIe still thintk mtore of the Cumbtlerlanid Gap
than thIey dIo of iany oIthe lin--hte. If arrange-.
mnents are madue tol comtplete( the roatd fromli
E-asley to Asheville, ntone of the cunnty' id
will lie watnted utiil the work is (lone.
W hen the sect iou fromt IEasley to Bireva-d
is comptlleted, it will only be a mtter (of
three or- four tmthIs to build thte sectioni
bet weent Easley' andu Girenwoodl. Thte road
is now% under V conttracet toI be comitpleted front
Etlgetield to Greeniwootd by thle 1st oft next
Jantuary. We hope to have sonme de-ilnite
protposit ionts fromt Chairleston blefore ver-y
long. Any goodu ntews that's goingz wvi l be
p)rolmptly served to) the readers oh the Sis
Public rmeetings will lie heid at, the fol
loing timtes antd places:
At Easley, TFumesday Auust -th.
At. Dacutsville, Wednesday August th.
At Secona, near Pickents C. 11., '[hurs
day) August 6thI.
At Six Mile, Friday August 7tht.
At Mountt Zion chiutrch, ntear Central,
Saturday Autgmust 81h I.
The followintg gentlemen will deliver ad
dresses at otne or miore of these mteetings:
lion. Jos. L. Keitt, WV. C. Woolf, Col.
Col. D. Ki. Norris, D)r. J1. W. Stoke-s, I [on.
C. II. Carpenter attd Ilton. W. M. ldges.
Each Alliattce will apjpointt one mant w-ho
will formt a C'ommiattee t(o preserve ord-r.
The publlic getteral ly are in vited to1 at
tendI these Iteetingrs. The piient is will lie
basket picntics. Thte ntuumer of addresses
will be determained uponm by) thle Commitittee
at each mteeting.
All Alliancetmcn will please wear a small~
piece white ribbon on their left blreasts and
all presidents white and red, all lecturers
whtite and blue. Lady imemubers will please
wear thte saute biadge.
The President of thte Contty Allhiance
will htave chtarge of these mteetings.
Now ladies and gentleiten come one,
come all, lift high your banners aitd let its
have a goodt tIme. OI. W. SiNGm.KroN,
(All county, Grienville antd Ocontee pa
pers please copy.)
The public is invited to the series of
meleti.ngs to be hteld in thtis county, com.
mneing at Easley August 4th. We are
expectinig prommilent Speakers of the order
to add(ress the peotplhe. Any person not a
member of the order whto ulo0es not endlorse
thte demands formulated at Ocala will be
accor-ded hearing. Comie with well filled
baskets and let us be refreshed both physi
eally and muentally. W. T. O'DE,,
PP. V 1t. eA.
11t1 Time, at Clemson.
The corner stone Of the farmners' cellege
was laid last Tuesday with imposing cere.
Monies. About 2,500 people were present.
The lowering clouds and frequent showers
made the atten(ldance small to what was
expected to be there. The stone was put
in its place by Grand Master Divver, assist.
ed by about 150 iniasons. Qitte a nntmber
of newspapers, gold and silver coin and
the photos of the trustees were placed in
the receptacle. After the cereionies were
over, tho crowd arranged arn11Mld
the stand and listened to excellent
speeches from 0overnor Tillman, I fon. G.
Laib Buist and President Polk of the Al.
liance. 'The best of order prevailed
throughout the day. We will give the pro
ceedings in full next week, as this was re
ceived at the hour of going to press.
On Wednesday evening, the 22d inst., at
the Presbyterian Church, was witnessed
one of the most brilliant weddings that ev
er took place place in our village. The
high contracting parties were Miss Flora
L., eldest daughter of Sheriff Richey, and
Mr. J. Willie Liathemn, one of the most
popular and well to do young farmers of
our county. Long before the hour an.
notinced for the ceremony, the Pipacious
church was filled to overflowing with the
many friends and relatives of the young
coiple. As the hands on the dial approach
d the hour, only standing room was to
be found. The advent of the bridal train
was awaited with breathless expectancy as
;he reverened pastor Dr. J. It. Hiley took
is stand in front of the altar. The organ
inder the skillful touch of Miss Mary 1).
liley gave forth the beautiful straim of
he wel(fing march which announced the
irrival of the bridal party.
The bride and grooni were attended by
night couples as follows: Miss Ella Week
ey, of Charleston, with Mr. I. A. lichey,
jr., brother of the bride; Miss Mary La
hem. sister of the groon), with Mr. Jos.
P. Freeman, of Taylors; Miss Nannic
Kirksev, of Pickens, with Mr. W. C.
Branyon. of Ilonea Path; Miss Mamie Fol. -
;er, of Easley, with Mr. It. F. Lenhardt, Br
>f Easley; liss Annic Weekley, of
Alarleston, with Mr. .J. 1'. Lathem, of
gasley: bliss Alice Littlejohn, of Union,
,vith Mr. G. W. Lathem, of Daeusville; A
liss Cora Richey, sister of the bride with dil
ffr. Leigh Hunt, of the It. & D. R. 11.; e
liss Lillie Clyde, of Easley, first brides
naid, with Mr. Milton Ponder, of Farr'a
ffills, best man.
The bride was beautifully attired in a
-ich dress of white lansdown and moire.
3he was completely enveloped in the snowy
lolds of her briLdal veil, which fell grace
'ully the full length of her train. Orange
>lossoins am pearls were her oily orna
nents. 'ihe groom wore a handsome
Prince Albert suit, faultless alike in style
mnd fit. The bridesmaids were all lovely
in costuimes of white wool and lace. The
entlcmeI in waiting, the conventional 1ig
-Veing suils. T'in ctieoiony was pro. na
1ou0ceId in Dr. Itiley's most graceful man- re
ier. It was beautiful and solenly impres- an
,ive. Immediately after the benediction eff
he bridal party and a host of invited w
[riends repaired to the home of the bride's I
Fatber, where a sumiunitous weddiig feast W
was served. The reception lasted from tio
rine until twelve o'clock and was heartily
.1njoyed by all. 0
The presents were niunerous and hand
;One. Each of the bridesmaids received 1
from the hands of the bride, a handsome
souvenir done in opals and pearls.
The wedding party left next day for Mr.
Lathuen's home, where a dining and recep- hai
tion were given the newly married and in
The good wishes of the S1:\TINV:I and a n
host of friends iil fobow an d abide with
The first strike by lab,ore'rs at Pickens
took ph11ce last TIhursday, when the huainds fe
emphloyedl by IIendlrieksi & Porter, in the ex. fe
cavation for the foundiation for the court a
house, struck for higher wages and shorter se
hours for work. Tlhe hands fifteen in nium- thu
ther, worked uinti! l1 'mi., on the (1ay3 men- wj
tionued and1( at I p. nm., whven time wa'ms call- i
ed they refused to go to work uniless ten ISi:
houtrs a day wvas aureed to. 'TO' icotract. -
ors re'f u-it and the work was stopped. A f
ter' somne tiime spent ini ('onsultaition t heiin.ii
tractors agreed'( to it. Tlhe colored dIirit
mo vers thn dem:mndedl :$1.00) per diem in
stead oIf 75j ets., this wias re'fused iandi the j .1
hands all wenut homue saying they wvould
not work. The imur:ain oIf labo,r
strikes is a new~ (deparitine here - - an in
novationi fo r P iicins amid shows that thi ngs'
Laiter-- A few of~ the old lunnils andt a
fom ce oif white loaorer's wvent to worik on
Saturdlay umiler' the ten hour rule and the
work is progressing.
Last Thmrsdaiy asfterinoon a tie'n ish n"- o
gr.o commnnittedl a brutial out rage 41n the pIer
in of Mrs. , anues R iwhanl, wife ofi a ten- to
it on Mr. WV. A. Smi th's phi e in Central
ownlship. Ab1o ut '2 o'clk th~ inegro en
cie'ed the hiense~ at the b ack di or aind a ded
Fior i driink (If water a: I was shomrwn the
buckewt and tiol Ito a.et itL. Ml: . ' R hand, be
whlo wa':s frighiteniett Iby hiis ::ppear ei m iov
ed toward the doio'. wheni the demioni
sprangi at lier', rlveri' ini h:md and sized~ in
her liy thle thlroat anod dleclared lie woul
kill her if she nudel any outcry. She tml
*ne call for help t heii thi' fingers oif thle
ii'ute closid on her1 thiroat. one of thle
'hildren startedl foir Mi'. Smiith's ser:unin g
for help and1( the alarm w'as raised. Theii
Ilegr'io was so frighteedi that lie too1k to) his 0
els afteir chiokin g lisa vietiim into nn un.
:'onus(iouis coniion i. 'Th ineiiighbo arhood4(
was at onice airousedl aindlmnn left their i 1i
work and beiganu to scour the wiiods in
<earch' of the rascal. It wa'is soon1 leai'ied
hat thle niegro's name was Wylie McMullen p
md that, he came from W~estinister to
Lickens a few day13s biefore looki ng for a
loll at Mr. Kay's sawv miill and not finding .a
amlploIymienti was traimpiing hack to Oconiee.
Day13 and night unitil Monday muornimig
iearchuing part11ies trave'led1 olver the county
ookinig for him but despiite' thiir vigiiln'e
Ie ('es cpe. It wias asicertainied thait he
ias mak ing for th e Gecorgia si de wlhere e very
stfor't is bieing made to calptunrc him . Mrs.
R~owland, hie victim is in a plree'nriouls coin- f
titioni and it is thought she may (lit' fromu
lie shuck as she was already neai ly' pr os
rat,eid fromn paralysis.
EniTon SiENT:iNt.: Wec are still on the
ine( (of priogi'ess. Our' crop~s are fine, tIhe
14al1h (If our' peoiple gooid, and1( peaceit iand
'The public .chools are co,mmencing'.
Anid now for a railroad to Pickens anid the
ruew court, house finished. T1his would give
is a long le'ap in t'e Iline (If imoprioveme'nts.
Mr. Eiditoi', I wish toi reind y413iou that
my ininmg room is all right. 1Please call
am examine filr yoiuirse'lf some timiie be.
tween 11 and I o'clock. Mr. And' rson I
Ilabb41, the contr actor didl the work, and I
wish 1(o hear testi mony to his fiaithfuil and
efll'eint wor'k, and1( would irecomnmend him
to anyi) one1 wishmig wor'k ini his rue'.
July '27th 1l01I. 0. P.~ F.t
JTames Rhichuev, thme infant, son of Mr. aind
Mrs. J. L. ( . 'lThomipson, idied at their 1
home ini lrevard,l onu the night oIf 21st lnst.,
at 1'2 o'clock. after a lingering illness of
two1101 moths. Aced four monithis. Thie
burial tiiok p)iui'e at thle newv cemietery at
thl.s place on1 the '2:b1 at 9t:30i a. in. Riev.
J1. F. .Andebrson ciondulcteid the services.
TIhe sorrowintg parents loave thle heartfelt,
sy1mithiy (If Ithe enutire comnnmuty in this
their sail aflliction.
-Mrs. English and dahin.ter, Miss An.
nie, and Mrs. G illesplie andi habyI), wit h
nurse, alf of C'olumbia, aire at the ilotel de
'thorne fr the smunir.
[armnotha Red Top Globe,
Wh"ifte Fliat Duiltchl
TWO MORE CAS
All the Odds
Highest Prices Paid
-Let some Pickens man take Sloan
>s., Lurnip premium.
[he Board of County Commimisiolers
I hold its next meeling oil sle day in
gust next, instenad of Tuesday after that
. All road petitions appointed to be
ird at the ne.t meeting will beard at the
eting hereby a pointed, on Monday, the
day of August. 0. L. DIMnA,
W;: Clerk of the Board.
-D"uy Turnip Seed at Sloan's Drui
are, Greenville, S. C.
Leding a tonic, or c.il<dren that want buIlding
lilt. Mkiu:ld tilke
1ROWNS IRON 11I'T-ERS.
It is pleasait to take, eures Mailria, In<liges
)i. and Billimsness. All (lealers keep it.
)r. L. A. Guild, Atlanta, Ga., writes:
Vi. Sealock, living onl my place. had am
ly running ilcer on his arm which ordi
ry retedies failed to control. As i last
ort I placed him on a use of 1. 1. B.
I the uleer began to heal at once, and
ected an entire cure. It is a remedy
II worthy of confidence.
- J. Johnson, contractor and builder.
)rk done on 8Mon- notice, and satisfac
n guaranteed. Address Piediont, S. C.
IF YOUR BACK ACIIM
r you nre all worn out, really good for nothing
it is getaeral deltlity. *rry
DJR(ierNIS IRON HITTERS.
,will cure you. aaal give a xcxx appvtite. old
by all deaurs in medIcdne.
An old physician, retired from practic.
ving had placed in his hands by fan East
tin inssinary the formula of a simple
getable remedy for the speedy and per
ment eire of Consmption, Bronchitis,
tarrh, Asthlmat, anad aill throaat and Lung
tertions, also a posi iitiad radical cure
r.Nervous Dehility anud all NervouasCom
uints, after havmng t.ested1 its wonderful
rat ive powers in thaousands of cases lhas
It it his dutly to mtake it known to his suaf
ring fellows. Actuate by thais motive and
desire to relieve hutmain sutfearing, I will
ad free of chaarge, to aill whao desire it,
is recipe, in GJermuan, French or Enaglisha,
th full di rectioans for pirepbarinZ and us.
~. Sent by amail lby ai(dressing with
mtup, namninag this pauper. W. A. Noyes,
1) Powt r's Block, Rochester, N. Y.
AY! WE WANT
EOM IN A SE OU1 SOQMI
Sugar and Coffee ! The best to be
Flour, Meat, S.vrup. Rice, Grita,
>Odl enoughi for anuybody, fandl Cheap
Try our Mackerel, 7 for 25 cents.
Fruiit Jars. Ma:sona's, always the
Strawv Hlals and Patlm Leatf Faans
We sell more and bettecr Tobacco
$1.00 than anyboatdy.
See our Sweeps, they are thle larg
Lot of Hmnus and Breakfast Strips
Try our' eigar's, cigairetts, eigarette
per' anid tublatceo.
D)on't buy Jeans andi Shoa(s unltil
u see what we canf (1o in prices.
AarTURNIP SEED) of all kinds.
A R RIS & MOR RIS.
Chaiirs, 40 Cenits.
Suits of' 10) Pieces,812.50)
Parlor Suits, Plush
Colins and Caskets at)
iy timpe, da~y or niight.
Putsh the button Onl our
'ont (1o0r and1( yOur call
'il be anIsweed( inintedi
To1 get your goods cheap
)ATZLER & 8NMITII,
413 andl 413 MahIn Mt.,
(N1liENI LLE1. N. O.
W"Telenhone Nos. a 1 :md :3s
neaun White Globe,
Strap Lear Purple Top,
ES OF THOSE BAR
ON'S A :LIARkw F9E' .i
anul -Ewls of our Sum
VOMINAL P11 C ES.
for Chickens and Corn.
THE RICHMOND & DANVILI
ATLANTA AN I) (1 ARLOTTIE
schedule inl effec(t
SOUT1111lUNI)-lted I)own. *Dail
'No. 37. *No. 1 *No. 9.1 STATiC
7 55 pmn 1 - 55 pm 2 :0 i lIv........
.........2 1. pill 2 5-i h v.. .ell iem
..--pi.... 22 : 04 111m1v. .... Lowe
........ 11 pm 3 22 Iv.
..........3 06 pm 3 53:am.lv....Kitig's .1
........ 22 pm 4 13 amlv........rv
-.---..-- 3 33 pinl 4 24 an. Iv.......11 iacksh
........3 51 pml 4 43 am. .......Ga1l'n<
........ 41 I m 510 h v....... C(owp
9 55am 41 .4:1 pm1 5 T,aml Iv...... Spatail
....-.... 5 11 Pmn r57am .........W%V(It'l
------.. :11 Ilm 1 1 am; i1%..........G r4ecr
10 50 a0l im) pm 6 47 amIv...
..... ... . 6 33 m 7 1t arn Iv.........1-,:i -w
..... 7 25 pm 10 aImIl..........Centr
----.... 75 pm S ;8am ;Iv..........e1e
.. ..... 8 11" )im 8 .58 am l v I%.......W e., Imil
At)()..)............ . 9 .35 .........
p:3) 113 3.. 13'I
-.-. 25 pm'' 10 I 310 amI....Aount
.. ... |9 0p 015 .11m1 v.... .....C0 rnlel
.. ..... . 00 pm110 43 .m Iv..........3lo
1 35pmi l 02pm 10 -1;!1: 1m lv......... Luh
1 57 pn!10 2 po 11 11 am. ... . .. 'aine,
.........10 49 1 11 31 mlv.1....Flowerv 1
........11 03 PmllI 1 -1 ml..........lBlio
......... 11 174 pm 11 59 m111 lv. . . . lwa
........ 11 24) pm 12 12pm IV.........tini
.....*.. 11 42 pm 12 21 pin1v........Nore
........ i1 54 1m 1*2137 11m IV........ ham1
3 25 pm 12 :30 pm1 1 15 11nar........Atan
Additionad Itinls No. 17 and 18-L1u1
leaves Atlanta 5:30 p 311,1 arriv.s Lula 8:12
arri ves Atlanta3: 8:55 a1. m1.
liet.weenl Lula an:d Athlens --No. 11 datil
Lua31 10:05 p3. m1., andu 10):50 21. m3., arri13A
ingL. leave Ather:s, No 10 dauiy ex.cept SouIl;
a1. m3., arrijve LuhI; 9.00) p1 m. a'ind 1(0.80 a. m3.
Het wveen Toerna11 .' andElbrto-No~ (11 d
6. 15 a. 1m. Returin'i g, No s. (I0 ami1( 02 da11ily
anId 5 .45 a m3., aIrrives Torr c an 7.;0 p1. m1. 'n3
NoS. Ii211(an 12 (carry I'iilh33an3 8leeper I
1(0 het. ween A t hinta1: and1 New YorkL.
Nos. :7 and3( :x-- Wa:sh3ington1 and( Soutir13
I1an3 ta anl WaJsh3ington3. I n thi:s Iri e:xt3 m~33
For3 del:ailed1 inform31ation3 as2 tI local al
Sleep3 in.rL-car reserva):t il nls, coer w3 ui it ih;oal
JAM. L. TA YL.o1,
Gen'33l l'a...ln3er .\ Zent.
Wa:.Iingtoni, I). C.
W3. II. G I-',1-:N, (Gen'3 .33aner.
Are Cho&k Full of~ E
The Best Lot
Coffee ! did you say? l1ere
either green or browned.
Sug-ars of the b)est. All ou
are bought to suit the farmer.
Shoe?s, awJl EUCryJU
H ousehold andI 1Kitchenl Fur~
you to b)uy.
iJie A car load of tihe P>E
I lighest market price paidl f
L EW IS
Wie W(aut. your Tr*ade, a
4)ur2 power to plense you.
We (AUARANTEE OUR
else 11e sell, to be purne.
Pr4.eript lois ('ar'ef'ually
Stop to see us whleni in
A. B. &J. 1.4
MA NSIJON 110US
JRYANT & STRA'l
oxEEP3N,SRHNO, TELEORAPHY, &O.1
SWithra Fon QATAtonne AuNL Fr... IaFRrig1I,na I
n Seven Top,
And olier Viareties,
11er stock (it
JE & CO,,
.E RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
AIR IN- I'Y DIVI-SION.
May. ;3l, 1.991.
.NORTI I 1t0I*'NDI---I?vad I'-p.
INS. No. 10. *No. H *No. 38.
ie..... 5 10 am 1;' -10 pm 9 10 pml
mt .......Iv 4 41 amn ( 1 1pm........
I ..---. .. I v 1:3 am ;G O I ( i l ...ip..n
i ....... Iv a 1 pm ........
lt-in ... Iv, :3 ;1:un 2S pml .
....... . I pm ........
y ..... l 3 00 1111 .-3: 1 ........
i' 2........ 0 an 4 1 pm .......
I ......... I ,2 2 1 m :l I t pm...
Af ......v 20 am ; 57 i.m 6 pml
. lv -1; o..n : I . . ......
.........v I ' : u : m .......
IVI:):ie~ da.......v11u .5m60p
... 12; 3 am 2 1 pm......
S........lv 12 0 1 1 pm ........
a.......l 1 ipr 1255 m i.....
cr...... Iv 10 07 pm 123: pm'.
........ Iv 10 2 m; ji I 1 115 1m ........
iry ....... I 5I p 11 iI 1.1 an..
ian.... ....v 9 - . 5_1 pm1 11 09 mnt .. . .
it......... v 9 ,1 . 24;p ml 14)4- l: ; .: . .n
............l." 23 pm 10 .10 am, 11 pm
i.1.....v1 155 P 110 11 am 2 52 pm
ralv 8 : pm -1 8 1m .........
1.........I N q22 pm 1:1 3 at.........
0.......... 10 1pm 9 17 : am'.........
I.... .....v 757 i 9 0; . .
I ... ........v 7 .15pm 55 am........
Iee. lv 7 :tm3 itil 1:1n .
ta ........Ivj 7 Ol pill 8 10 ai 1 25 lml)
IRC"u1tit)(datioul, daiy ex pit S ilay,
ens 12:1)5 p. mt. andu 1.501 p. mi. li tirn
ty and .No. 12 dlaily, 7.00 p1. im. ;itu 8.;'
11i1y excep t Snniday, anid No 1 d:if y, -
20a. mn., art ce Eilorton :1.;35 p. nii. amt
excepit Snnduhay, leave Elbtertont 2.4.5 p. mi
et ween W~ash i nug ton i n .\llanta. 9 ati
g,ent(. or tIohiss
C. l'. II \ M. ti(>N , p l.
verythingL you want.
ods a Specialty.
IS thle plaice to get the HVST,
Jul in oot Wear
niture, at prices that will force
'4 r i coutry p)roduLce.
& M OR RIS,
nd4 w.ll1 do everythaing in
DRtU4S aund Evertinm
C~oinpoundeIad at MIoderat1
3AR PENT ER,
tM DTRUG STORE.
TON Business Celleg
IRichanond D Danville RR
Greenville and Columbia Divilon.
Condensed schedile July, fthl 1891.
Trains run on 75th neridiat time.
Going North. Going South.
No. 15. No. 16.
4; 15 am...Lv Charleston Ar...12 50 aid
10 15 ....... lu bia....... 8 50 pnl
12 38pmi ........ Un ion........ 6 21)
I 55 Ar. . . . partanbutrg,..5 ~30
3 06 ........TryOn ........ 4 17
3 41 .........aR lda........ :3 41
4 09 .......Flat Rock...... : 10
4 22 .... fIedersonviIle.... 3 01
5 17 .......Asheville....... 1 55
1 4f ........Ilot SpriI 's ....12 28
5 50 ..... Paint Io. . 55 atia
7 15 ...... Morristown.... 25
1 30 ...... Knoxville...... 8 15
10 15 .... Cincinnati...... 8 00
No. 1i3. No. 14.
6 40am......Charleston...... 130 pud
10 10. .......Coumbia....... 6 30
12 38 .... ...Prospwrify...... 4 00
12 57pni).......Newherry....... U 42
2 :35 ......Ninety Six...... 2 05
2 si.. ...1reINwood. 1 43
1 00 Ar....A hie. .Lv. .12 35 id
5 20 Lv..1. ... I ton........12 20
I 12..........'elz.er........11 52
S 0...........'ienut....11 35
5 .10 Ar .Gree.ville . Lv11 00
5 -18. ......A i1ce.r son........11 38
S 4 v..... Pci nicifil......10 55
7 55 1v...... Setnec .......10 17
8 25. ........ W lialai....... 9 45
12 m ...... . Ati tia........
No. 17 No. 18.
8 50ail .....Prosperity. 8 17 pil
S07. .......Newherry. 8 00
10 22.......Ninet y Six...5.
10 -15 ......G re n1 wq)oMl.. 22
I1 55 ........AIh,ville . .. 5 15
.... ....B(- 4 1.n .. .. -1 03
12 0 . . ....\n< rson. .. .3 5.5
No. 7. No. 8.
. 1 i 1 pin ..I.'....' bnilia ...... 9 40 aid
I . . .. P oss ei y. . . . 8 18
-> .. . .Newl ....... 8 05
9 08 .. . U1.li t10 .1.16 5
21 15 ....... ..L....... .. 1i 20
"o No. 10.
1 .l ...... 05 pin
1 ' .. ...... z ... ..... 4 2
1. .........iin ...... 4 IL
1 45 .2..... i .
1) 00 an .. . .N. err ..... 8 40 p1d
10 5 li t . . . ilinto . . 6 OQ
11 5. ... .... I .......
Nos. 7, 8. 9. 10. 1:1, 11, 17, 18, 42 And 43
41:1i I.y. exc-ept Slindily.
I 'illin oilper 14n iq 15 anld i 18
Wt u% In il'h rls)n S. ('. and Cinlefunati;
)hio, vin At \1inic COast Line, Columitijin
A eilTE,I 'int lfiNc. Morri.towin, Knox
Nille. .-lliio 'itid .Jitnet iol Cit v.
So I1, IA A S. Trailic MAng.r.
8J AS. i. TAY IA il, (en'l. l>ass. Ag'l.
I). C A ItI)W EL . 1)1P A.. COlumbia 8. C,
J1. A. D)OD"ON, Slipt.
W. HI. GRmE-'N. Gwii'l. Manaa-wer.
I HAVE FOR SALE I
100 busliels of corn.
Some milch cows with
One beef cow,1.
Onle work mule.
I Want to Buy.1
Somet heifers anid colts.
Dlo y011 Wamuit to Sell, ad
dto y011 Wasa Nt to Ilesy'.
('(sane assel See MIe.
I will besy' nade pay Caslag
01' 1 will sell IOsa ('r'eit.
Will 111.y or Sell Laruge~
or SMa al Tr'ai'- s. I 3ujpro4ved
___________l'iekens., S. C.
'THE ATLAN~TIC COAST LINE R g
IWilinigtonu, N. . .inly, Slth 1891.
(Going West- otrEd
N o. 52. No-. 53.
I,15 a.i Lv (lo-rb" lon Ar ..1: 50 aI.nf
7 ....5....... ......s.......l ly-.u
10 ji5i ...Ar ('O hyi ... Lv 00IJ:)
2fii1 ..,ks e..... . 1:40
1 :I .. . :i !V-k 111. ... 2 0 .
9 15 ... I.au eas. ... 450
1 55 .... : .. ni o . . 12 :'r
1I,i,i... . iensil,. . ..1 01
5 17 . . .....\h rile.N. ... . 2 :15
SIlid trins het ween~, l'hleIston and Co
tlih S. C. TI. 31. IMIl.ItSON,
Gein. I 'ass. A gen t..
LiI C(niIy of Piks
Ini Cuirt of Como Ple:c.
James A.. Grillin, et. ali.,
Ini pursunnelle of an1 order :nade by
the 1H0n. I. D). W\ithes%kon, presid:
injg Judge, 15)th July 1891 in the
abLiO stated case.
All persons holding c4laimsl againtt
the (estate of J. C. Giriftin, late deces:
ed1(, arie hereb*1y no (tilled that they
must e:-tablish the tamount, date anid
iairak of their resHpective climsn, before
me1 oni or before the l1 tday of Sep
tAemb1er inext, or~ he barr~ed fromt ang
, participation in the funids~ of saLid es.
" Lte. J. M. STEW ART,
Clerk of Court.
e JulyV 20th 1891.
S SCHOOL CHURCH. BANK
Siettees for R. R. Depots
and Puhtic nild'ge.
GATES DESK~ 00.
Mloney to thoni.
On 'mtproved farim bonds in Auma o.
. $300 nd wwads. Lor(rpayalble
.siai z'.iiamrul poa ments1 tarough ia periodu
ot sIx yea.ris, tu-, em. itig th Ile hoirroiwer,
'to paty,v' off no ideb,tednes2s w icitot. ex
to J. .E. 110OU . Anor,