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Mr. J. l. Welborn's young son weighe
-H. 0. Bowen, Esq., attended court at
Greenville last week.
- le railroad is coming. Uct down to
city p'rIces for real estate.
-Miss Nettle Rodges, of Spartanburg,
Is visiting Mrs. H. U. Grady
-Miss Manule Warren, of Pendleton, is
on a visit to Mrs. 0. E. Robinson.
-Mr. and Mrs.'Trez Folger paid a visit
relatives and friends here last week.
--W. A. Lesley, Jr., of Laurens county,
was among his Pickens friends last week.
-Col. J. E. Hagood came up from
Charleston last week to be at the railroad
-Mr. Trez Folger and wife go to Ari
zona instead of Tennessee as was stated
-Henr W. Farr has moved his sawmill
up above E. F. Loo per's on the place pur
chased by Mr. Pan e.
-Misses Charlotte Murff and Stella
Newberry are visiting the family of 1r.
Littlejohn at 0affney.
-Mr. Francis Rogers has the frame of
his new dwelling up and ready for the cov.
er and weatherboarding.
-The Presbyterian oyster super at Eas.
ley netted the church $16, and besides, was
.most enjoyable social gathering.
-The infant of Mr and Mrs. L. D. Ste
chens died last Monday night, and was
uried Tuesday at Concord church.
-Don't forget the Sunday School picnic
at Mountain Grove next Satulnlay. Let ev
erybody turn out and have a good time.
-Mr. Freyling Nelson, who is now nine
ty years old, was out last Saturday and
voted for the subscription to the railrnad.
-liennie T. McDaniel left list week for
4savanlnah, 0 i., to accept a position on a
railroad. lie was given the positiun by
-A sharper got off i good one at Easley
last week. lie sold a tin cup for some
thing over *30. lie wts probably part of
-Barnett Allgood, son of W. B. All
good, is seriouslyh ill with fever. lie is at
tended by Drs. EHarP- and Gilliland. le
as improving at last accounts.
--The United Stales Circtit Curt (n.
venes in Columbia nvxt MNay. 3aj. J.
J. Lewis, of this plac. a'il A.'M. Foger.
of Easley, are drawn to :serve onl the jiry.
-The young peope who are just enter
ing married life, coul iot do a better
thing than sulmerib., for the SFNTNaxEL 1and
get one of Webster's Unabridged Diction
-Easley haq taken a step in the right di
rection by h'r efforts to secure a plublic
cemetery for the toVn. It is always best
to have the burying ground outside of the
-James Childs, a son of Dyer Ciilds, of
Brushy Creek, Auderson ecounty, had his
hand badly torn up in Cely Bros'. gin on
the 12th inst. Dr. James ltosamond dress
ed his wounds.
-Miss Lila Hiley, of Easley, has bcen
engaged to teach seiweol at i,iberty I fill. ii
Vershaw county. Sit! will take charge
early in Deceni&r. Miss Lila is a splen.
---Did evybo h dy see thle moon in celipse
last Sunday niigh t ? it was c-arily see
from this place thrioughl the' l dilTeren't stag's
of eclipse except t owiani the Iirst, wheni a
small cloud obscured it a little.
-Bright GIilstrapl' s muicle became fiLht
ened last weceli alt a pile' of coitton seed
near Mr. U. W. D)orr's, and rani away ith
imn. The mulie threw lhim out of the bcug
-y andt skinned him up consderabcly.
-rs. J. D). Curet on hans ouar thanks for
a waiter conctain ing a most hacndsome h)o.
quet of flcowers. a Chinese qullii e aid a
most delicious plate of citronic prceservc's of
her own make. Thc'y are certaincaly ele
-Mur. J. IH. Mlai tinl, of the (0)o -cov sc-.
tion, expects soonl to einiatec to ' I'exai.
Nothing short of ca good propt-rt 'i a 'cldi
Wldne woual in luc'e -as to h'-:itv ai na'wi
lanuds as IIlam has- am,>a La e, ,
-Mr'. A. N - -
Andr.-cn e .no .
when he s.--.s it .aisa. la tc -e - us a
few days~ aig. and pai-i cp his sailsciriptiona
to the Surrxa--la in aciIvanice acid or dcred
one of our best dictiomacics.
-Mr. Gaint, nacd we gue~ nc ay ot hers,
begun to sow whal haisa week. It is ablott
.ime we were hiavaing ac cgood whicat (-rop,
ind if we are :1s caretul wilth it as we are
with the cotton erc p, we wvill sec a uite ci
revolution in thcis r tspect aacxt suunneraca.
---Mrs. R M1. Piecs o'f Greenaville,
dhied at the homae'f Ic--r hucstanid iln thiait. ity
last Fr'id c~ ay morninlg. ii-llrreains were'
interred( at the l'iekcens faialy graveyar-d
the (lay foilcowing liar deati h. She ni ais a
sister of Macs J. - . Newthery, of this
--Mariedc oan thc 1thI inst., at i'thce hom
Sof the bridhe's piarcacis. S lijcah Jones i 1 ihss
Mam Ilnt, ac d ighter act M1. I1. llunt.
Wc wvishi thieu hiipapcine: ani c(css in,
life. If they wouica subsccribce forn thle sus
'riNIuJ it, woucald (cribu ailate ichl to theiir
-liev. \ . W . Wa'kerc-a pre'iaced his Incre
well sermiaca at the .\lcthodcc ist chucrch can Itic'
8i,h insi,. As thiis is hais ti:;t yej a his friie'nd
hope for his retuarn. Ini the maaist ccf mchi
aileion in his fancily hec hcas donaec a gcccod
-olk 3o thl' Iiekensl circuait duraing the
-Many of thet ~Tx a:x-:c%s platrons are
availing theimsclves cf thbe oppcortunlcit y of
procuring a Wecbs;er's Ca:cnatricdgcedI Dietiocn
ary, hby accepting c.e preium ola il rfc1 made~
to stubscribersc wh tic) P 3 al i aarrcearagcs to
the first of January, 1892, and toc aill new
--Marriedc at thle residenace of the bride's
Sparents, Mir. andl Mr s. JI. F. (aulaiay, oni the
12th inst., M r'. W. F. Ibirr'on, of I Iinder
son, N. C.. to Miiss Eliira Cautley, of t his
county. R-v. Ji. M. Stewarit llieil.
We wvisha them'n iaunant success in life,
anti they woutldi makeI(( a gcaod start, icy sub.
scibinag for the Sacxixn .
--Capt. Thcos. MI. Wh it e, Anudersona, diedl
last TIhur-scday aif tenoon. c l ie wacs abott
sixt,y years ol anal onie of the mo(st promni.
nentl and suabstanctial ('itizeias of thcat couan
tty. He was knowna toc manity of our citi
zens who will reagret to leacrn oaf his death.
A large circle of frieis aincd relatives cit
left who will del)y sympijathcize wvithi the
-Rtev. J. F. Anderson preachecd is fare
well sernmon at Eaistey laist Sabbhath. Th'lis
is his fourth year at Eac'ley anad, of courise,
he wIll nIot lbe retuiraied. lie .has beena a
most faithful laborer ini the vineyard, andl(
has won man ' frijends by his high chiristian
character and hlumbtle, piouas walk amnongl
those with whotm tie associated. IIis la
bors have been blessed.
-Mr. E. F.' Aligooad, of Slabtown, was
on a visit to his brothter, WV. II. Allgood
last Babbath. lHe has purchiasedl an imaprov
ed farmi in Montagute Ccunity, Tiexae, of
about 260 acres. 110 will pay it a visit
SOOn. If the dr'outhi breaiks in thne, lhe
E~will hiavo a hcundred bushels of wvheat sown~
n".-It 'will be uinder hte.aupervision ol
* bl.po. hery,~ nei yer.
"LOOK OuqT OR TiE, CAItS WIllLE
THEC lU.LL I1ENGS, OIl TIlE
EasILey, Plckents and Eantatoe Over
whelianisagly for It, and 1lsarri
cane Did tho Ilglta Tuilug
Toot! Toot!! Toot!!! The Cars are
The election which was held last Satur
(lay to decide whether or not the town of
Easley and the township of Pickens C. 11.,
Eastatoe and Hurmicane should subscribe
$20,000 to the Capital stock of the Pickens
ailroad1 company is entirely satisfactory to
the friends of the enterprise, The $20,00
Was apportioned as follows:
The town of EaIley, $3,000:
Pickens 0. H. township, $10,000;
Eastatoe township, ;3,5j00;
IHurricane township, 3,500.
Those interested in the road turned out
on the day of the e!eotien, rolled ip tieir
sleeves and secured a victory fori subscrip
tion to the railroad. The vote was as fol
Easley .................... 44 A an t
1if:kens C. 11. town.,hip. .. . 2; y
F.Kastatoe ...................4 ,7
lluri icane................. 73 5!
111urricane town-hip was the only one
any dobt was expressel about, but there
was found st:venty-three men in that town.
ship who said by their votes they thought
the enteiprise worti that much to them.
They did right ad will never lregret, it.
We hope and triiy k-li,ve that it will not
be long before t.he road will be completd,
and double daily trains running from
Greenville to Piekeis. There is one thing
sure, the people saw the golden opportuni
ty aid seized it, and they will never regret
-G. M. Pidmore die-l in Greenville last
-Dr. Bonner, of GalTniy, was here this
week onl bIsiu.S:3.
-Mr. Jolh C . Carey is buying Cotten
in l'occoa this fall.
- O:C Mel1tiem was received into the
Baptist Church laist Sunidav.
--E. .W. Cox)lns ithed his~ tent among
us~ andt is read> to take youmr picture.
- L.eavell, "tlleni & C'o. have been delay
ed iii coim toL ic 1keins by sickiness in thie
taimily of Mir. Allen.
--Mr. R1. T. Thornton, of Seneca, ex
ll('ts s,oin to imove to An'd'.r- on. IHe wil
still he in the empiloy of th(e R & D). rail
-.inm Mo!rgn ci. .- a chil to
fall in!to the ltie be* - undt eve rely
hnrined Thei ( hild i .nete before~.
-Rev. A. WV. Wa'ilker w ill pirecnh in the
Meth<actist c'hurchI at P ickens on the lift h
Suinday at 11 a. m., an atllt 7 p. i. Rev. W.
X. .iiniiice will ic'cupyv thie pulpit.
-Mr. W. .1. 1". ~I:aynes birouiht, us n cot
t n blttoom la-t Friiay. - l-hi a i itd that
A. H1rjihey, .Tr., netimer m'- g'u'rd, carred
Geo'rge~i W. P we'llI tio' 11 Chn-* ton last. Mon
dayt~ to r-ct-ivye senitencet Ior violation or the~
-AL plotra'c'tedt meeting~ is ina progress at
.J. ii. Uilyv, is au,isited hbe I1'v. .J. A. Wit
son of Sem.iica i. Wi *- - i. i prearbing
someit very atble ami ins,t enii1., Sermonsi.
Web'lster'.9 uluibidgeml dliciii nary, is a litar..
us 61l..7 bisi v your subhsciptiion toth
SRixxii. i:tIl havte oine deliveried free froini
- Mr.. WV. F. G ary, co nst abl. wvas be'fo re
Tr'iiil .1 in!tice M. rek lnst Mndadir on a
c-hntge of tires k-ing in a hoi use andl taking
pirip.-rty nom t decrntid in theii lien wtrrm it
which iim wasi liying to ex(ernte. The de..
fi-ndiant was req.luired to give biond for hisq
Spl iaarin.ie at eoiurt. The State was iepre
setled 1by 11. 0. Howen.
-r. ILuke I. A rial dlied at his home in
IEleve last Frbht mnvnorn ing, ntI was bur
ied thle tdaii foitlowing in thle giravevardl of
tie Meth lodis1tbi chrch. Het was a' consis..
tent iiembi r of( thlIle Mi'thIodist chuirc'h for
manyii years, anid livedl tio the ~u advanced age
oif e'ighity-t wo yeart Many relatives and
frieiIs arie heft to mtouirn his deLathI.
-Not long since V. A. Ferguison mlissedt
his fie tott. IHe finalIly discoveredl him i in
lie smoki t,e houstie in ita harree of nitolasses,
btut, the molahess were on thie ground and
the st ecd st eptp ing arouind in thienm upl to
his anklets. I be rathler' the boys would at
hend to drawing Ithe nit lasses, so lie t radedl
(l1' the enteiprisintg colt ini a few days.
--The Patlmet to (tillegiate Inst ituite,
Lex inglton, S. (C., oiffers 'xel lent iadvanta
ges at lo west (ost . Ilthleis tof its ('er1ifi
eailes will get. Iirst gradeIt teniehet s' (-(rt i i
('ates. Rest equaipped schotol (it its class in
the Sta.ti.. S'veii techer (s. I oardl anid tui
ition from11 $8 to $10) per nionthI. For lull
in formation wrnit,e the principal, P. E.
--Capt. 0. 1. D)oyle, the Poite tant! a
comnodatintg (depot agent at Easley, resgne
somet tiunet ago~(, hiis resigna'tionI to take ef
feet on the l uthI inst., tiut tat thle eanest so..
hicitat ion of the coinpany, lie remints tun
lt a ittable miani can he p)roenlred to take
his pltacie. Capt. Doyle goes to) take charge
(if a farm at Fort Hill. lie and bis ebarm-.
ing wife have the kindliest wishes of many
Obitu a ry.
.Jessie, the little dlaughiter of Rev. and
- s. I I. M. Alb-n'i, of Central, dlied last
Friday, the 13thI inst., a fter a lingerIng Ill.
neCss, of pnemnonia She was a pre'cious
jewe'l tent, from heaven to the fond parents,
and( new' thle (only consolation In the'ir be'
reavemtentl-thec only hahIn for their bleed.
ing hearts is they aire assured that their lit
tle treas.ure Is in heaven. She will be as
precius there and safe from the poIson o'f
sinl. A light hias gone out, in the home but
it, shines with a softer and brighter glory
beyond the ineer.
S1IOOTING NEAR CENTUAL. "
4eorge Lovingood Downs Mansel Bu
ton for LovIn9' Too Good Mrs.
Ocorge Lovingood, alias Arial, colore
is in jail. On last Sunday night at a neg
church near Central, he shot one Manc
Burton, colored, for, it is said, paying t
much attention to his (Lovingood's) wil
The weapon used was a 42 calibre self-ac
Ing Smith & Wesson revolver. The bi
entered one side of Burton's body ai
came out on the oth-r. Soon after t)
shooting Lovingood left and tried to ma
his escape by going io the rnountains. I
got breakfast at Joe Htephens',colored,wl
lives on D. A. Allgood's place. Ne the
started on his way to North Carolina an
met with Jake Oriffin, colored, and g
Jake to take his bugay and carry him
fur as he could ti-wzrd North Carolin
Mr. ). A. A.l9mve saw George and co
Cluded he bt - otnething wrong, ati
he imade arri . -. its with Jake to go
certai roa -1 a n and to drive slo1
until he couls come to town and find ot
and get assistaice and arrest him. lie s
cured the assistance of Constable It. A
Bowen and returned and captured hi
near Secona church. After he was arrest<
lie said lie was not the one that cut Pit
Elleinburg, and upon further enquiry I
told thetm what lie had done. lie wt
lodged in jail to await developments
Attempted 11obbery and Murder.
Last saturday night three negroe
tramps, attempted to break into the sto
Df Mesers. Wyatt & Lathem at Easle:
They were frightened away by some meal
and thwarted in their purposes. The
went from there towsrds Pickensville at
Snuday morning went down toward Libe
ty. They stopped at the house of Phil
Ellenburg and asked for something to e
but were r<fused it. After they left, E
lenburg concluded to arrest them, and cal
ing some of his boys, he went after ther
Hle had heard that they had attempted rol
bery or had robbed some parties in Greer
ville and had a description that fitted then
They were overtaken and one of thCm a
rested. The other two ran and made the
esape. Elienburg told his boys to follo
them anId he wwuld hold the one lie ha
A fter thi- l-fI the negro turned upo
Eli: said he was going to ki
ii:; ;r, It' oruck Eilenburg in l
back t - .e li-ft shoulder a Fevere lic
anid th... -. knife and stabbed hii
twice Im) the ba'k, jilt above the hips all
iml tle rtcmi on t(ifhe kidneys. The scan
th--m mde go,d his escape and at this wri
iiv has not biieen heard of. The "ther tv
were captired near Mr. Abe Mauldir
Sunday evening and are now in jail.
The negroes were interviewed by a Si
iN-:. reporter and the following facts at
cer tin d: The two in jail said the
niames were Robert Brandon and Grai
Price, and that their homes were in Da
ville, Va. They said they were oit the
way to Plorida to pick fruit. The one thi
cut Ellenburg was named John Lewis au
claimed to be from the same place. Sa
they had never been on th,e "road" befor
that Lewis was the leader aind that tht
w(re following him; tand that Lewis hi
told tin if they did not stick to him I
would ki1l theim. Brandon said his fatl;
lived at. iGI D,w street, Danville, Va., a
that he, himself, had been raised by tm
alwavs lived with white people, nild thi
lie is a good boy from general priuciple
Th(ir oc'tupation. heretofore, wts ro'lii
anid stemmaing tob,acco. Tihey reacla
Easley about twelve o'clock Saturday aii
wetoff t >wardl Pickensville; they retur
cd to Easley 'hat taighat about, 1' o'clock.
IDr. Gillibtid was called to see Ellenbna~
and dressed his wouijds. At last accour111
he was doitng very well, hut is in a critic
L'tter: lltobert, Urandomi anal Gra
Price were taken froim the jail here hi
Montday ntight by C'onstabtle S. N. Wy~al
an;d catri"1 to treenville, to aniswer soa.
charigs against thtem there.
Mr. Buarkhialter niade the first step t
ward railroadi ng last week, and rade Ic:I
fitr,t promtisae ismoda. Civil Etgineer Pmo
til and1( Mtr. Gratndy canme upl Iast W'edine
day tand biegna the survey of the Picke;
and E aslev l.ho Ir' tl. TIhae first Iinea t h(
will miiakeit h:: i.n . T. Meares' I,
just bteaow ti. -, loti a strai;i
hmne tao the - .A mi41, ttut by,
M1 Neely's 9 .. ..g (hey watt
'a, to see wIh-a. t e be.'i4st route to coat
mt ta) thits place. Trae:y do not apprehecz
~any troubttle with the linea if they cata g
hitgh enoughitl up' two imb-t. fronm town
((omei inato tow.; t.' at; at. ie grade.
The sveCi,t'- it. come01 by Wc;
'ireek~ b,r4 - t:.e t-:ish-y road, up 1.
Ut--ky 18: a iang aroutnd '.he hi
aind it a Gl assy Maouutaina rot
mi tar Itie c
T1hie thiud or wll lae (Capt. Kirk's su
vey (if the (Cumbelanid Giap rotad. Then
wiall leave tat rvey somewhtete tnear N<
'ott Sith'ls and ((atti itt by IDr. Eatrh(
phire rad in to Iownl hay the Cemiet er
hilurrah for thle trailrotadl
IUz'lehy WSell Worked.
Last W'edntesdlay, 1 th intstant, a music
slitowtin ltit itt E:asey. lIe ad(1vetied
ft a' show at thle Auadenmy. As is ustal
such-l shows a good crowd wvas dlrawi,.I
re'gialedi tem for aitle w i th tusic simi
:taneoutsly drtawn fionm six instrumiaent
'The naext (xciting fc at utre of the proigra
was the shouwani wanited to kno11w wIh
w' as tIe mttst potpular yo ung hidy in I
vilIinge, andl i.his co)uld be ascertainied by
(tlle-r tmeats sat well as bay ant ehcitiona
wh.ich all were ehegible to vte as tmma
ities ias they baad dina a to ithrov.' in ml
shtownatat's bat. PTere were several nton
ntations. 'There wvas an excitinag electic
which wvas wvon by Miss Esttelle Folge
with iss ~ Maiggie Watells a close seconta
rhe shtowiman woin abontt $'35.00. I
baagged oat thec town council for noitechar
ig haimt licetnse. lI e said nll townts a
s;ike, antd lat lie isi well receivedi where
er lhe ge's.
- You o you owe't uts, and you knto
t ' i \a by keaep our ttotney? 'b
*- * - 'aghit timte.
Lewis & Moirris.
Th'le great quest ion of the dlay is: a"He'
to1 keepa te I risih dyinait e excitettent it
'ucht anu a baoitle of Dr. Buil's Cough Sy
map. 25 (eta.
'The triumpht of the age - Salvationa (
a first -chiss It iimuent for 25 ceitt.
5. J1. Johtlnsoni, conltator atnd butihl
Work'h dolne ont shot ntic e, and ttisfa
tion guttarateed. Address P'iedmonta, 8.
F. II. Il iekey. 1205 M;a i treet, Lynel
brag. Via.. w rites: "I was biroke onut a
(aver w ; I soras. atnd my hmait was fallIii
out.. At it usag a few btoti ts of Itotat1
Blood Ilahn moy haair qutit falling out anad a
the soir-s g(it well.
Dou you want a new sto ve? Ti nware
any k indi, iadeli from ath t t mat11'? nt erial,
some of lte be'st andt ch(eapeLjst Jeants ev
oaffered in Pickents coutyt? If so, go
Lewis & Morais', thle popuilar cornier sdt
J. W. Yates, Tutlliahoa, Thenn., wntea
'"It. (IOca me good io praise ilotnie RIlo
Bahnt. It cured mec of ana obasco's on t
lungs and asthama that troubled tme t'
years and that other rnornedc faui to hb
Bought by M
further particulavs a
d We havo arran
ii prices for it. nothwith.,
e riSe, and wo urge parti
68 hold our flour and bac
back the pay when we
t GREAT REDUCTIOI
A change in our firm is contemp
ted at an early date and from tI
(date until our present stock is d
posed of we will offer our entire sto
at a great reduction.
ir Tremendous stock of Jeans ai
f Shoes to go at a sacrifice. This
n no old shop-worn stock of goods i
11 arc offering but brand new gooi
3 Buyers will have a picnic as long
d There is a few pieces of Jeans
p 25c., ip; Shoes 20c. per pair, up; he
t- Shirting 4j cent- per yard.. 13
, Stock of Groceries at reduced pric<
Hardware, Crockeryware, Glasswal
- Tinware-in fact, everything now
- stock to go. No reasonablo offer i
A few more of thoso fino Te
r Red, lust-proof, Oats, call and (
it some while they ist.
If you owe us anything call a
settle at once. No goods charged
ter this date.
A Six fine cooking stovcs at cost a
e freight' A good horso for sale chet
HARRIS & MORRI,
October 27th 1891.
al Bureaus $5.00.
2 Bedsteads, $1.25.
ChaIrs, 40 CenIts.
Suits of 10 Pieces,$1.
:Parlor Suits, Plush
Coffins and Caskets
r. any time, day or night.
Push the button on oi
i front door and your ea
will be aniswered innied
fi To get your good1s cliRer
2 go to
JEANTZLEI & SMITT]
63 and 63 Matnii st.,
Ogl-Telephonec No'. 64 and 38
"The Standard Rotary
SEWING MACH INE
~. Proud of its beauty.
ec Proud of theiu iun i fornit y of its stitch
Proud of the va~riety of its work.
Proud oif it., speed'.
w ru of its inIg'(ius miuhiiijsm.
e FA(TS WOl1Tll TIllINK IN(l Al1l01
lo The "Stndard" hias the( biigge'st bobi
ii; any i iek-stit ch n i e.0
Ilid ls 100) yards of eCiton i.
The( tensin Oi s relea'se'd wh len tauking
Th line (st goodis are' not diraw n ori pu
a .iaus lfty per cent. light< r than viIa
r- 'I The moist (epesi ve, beaullt iful andl pr
tical set of at tachmenit s.
'itet, wouod wiork of the linest finiish e
r. Sho rtest need'(le used'( ini lock-st ith i
C.- chinies- the(refiire less liabile tii bnud
.skip st itches('.
Will wear I wiCe as long aIs ot her lo
s tieh mhineli(s.
Iery piart is independent, iof ('verv
er part an enni heil rpilaced. at a ti il
l ' therefiore y~ou ennf keip a '
dar * rsctically newi a lie fetime.
LEWIS & MORRIS.
r iot15f P'i(kens,M ".
E SCHOOl. HURCH, BA
AND COU RI HOU SE
Settons for R. Rt. D)ep
-and I'ublic Bld'g.
GATES DESK 0
" *RuVIUU,. .
r W M. Iagood in New York. 'Watch this a
ad eome their store for
YLE4 A.N CO I3AR1UA-N 1'
OOD, BRUCE & CO,
Pickeum, S. C.
October 20th, 1891.
?ed to buy cotton for a near factory, and hope to be ablo to give fair
tanding tho heavy decline !Ie past week. Thero iN little hope for a
en who are owing um to bring u- their outton without delay. We didn't
an in the spring for higher pricos, aid it i. not fair now for you to keep
need it. BA0OO), BRUCE & CO.
THE RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
A,rT,ANTA AND IAlt OT Alit LINE R'Y DIVISION.
Sohedule in effect Sept. 6, 1891.
SOUTHBIOUND-RIead Dowi. *Daily. No1TIB1oUND--Read Up.
s- *No. 87. *No. 11. *No. STATIONS. No. 10. *No. 12 *No. 38.
9 35 an 1 55 pin 2 59) nyrt lv........Charlotte.........ar 6 55 am 7 20 pili 9 10 pin
d ........'''''''' a i n a i l ... ... BvnIl il it.......IV 6 31 aln 6 54 1,n ........
. ........- 28 pmt 8 am 1V.........Lowell...... ..1 6 2:2 ain 6 .... ..
........ 2 41 pm 3 n ain lv........astoila........Iv 6 10 am 6 2 i.. ........
vs ........ 1 M1 I.ti 4 :: lim Iv.... Ring's Moiinttdu ... lv 5 .11 am 6 ........
3s. -p....... 2)m .1 amlV........ Orover ........ A 27 ain, 5 51 p1 ........
...''''.'..3 :10 pim 4 2 an. v .....lBnelisburg ..... .lv 5 17 ani; 5 42 pt ........
........ 3 49 pm 4 i am 1 ........( affney'q ........ 1v -1 .9 ani 52-1 pin........
........ 411 pi 5 27 ni I ........Cowpen's........Iv . 4 . in ') (11 pi ........
at .... ....4 31 ai lv .........Cliftl .......... Iv 4 inI - 57 pn . .
st 11 39 am . ' .48 ani I. .....pt t anhurg ......Iv 4 aonW -1 -13 nn1 6.57 pm
jg ........ 5 11 iw 6 10 an1IV........ W elford........lv nin! .1 19 il........
. I al ' 6 Gr emvi.........rcer'4........Iv 1 am ni - (! pn. ......
' M 1 1i 05 pill 7 0) alm 1....reen0villo........ 105 a 3 It 0 na 6 03 pm
........ ( 33 pin 7 25 am lv.........Easley's........Iv 2 3S an 3 l5 pin . .......
tp ........ 7 25 pml 8 10 :onI .........Central ........ v 2 1) .ini 2 3-) pm ........
. ........ 7 53 pm 8 34 ain IV.........S eneva.........IV 1 30 anl 1 -1)pm ........
.. ..... 12 pin 8 58 n Iv......WeIinistr......lv 1 10pin, 1 2kp In ........
........ 8 50 in 9:35 an) I. ........To ren ........I v 12 28 pin 12 311 an ........
9........ 25 pin 10 10 aim IV. ...ount Airy . I 12 00 nl't 12 0) fin.
A ....0..... 30 pm 10 15 ilm IV.......Cornelia.... ..Iv 11 55 pin 12 0 a1r ........
........9 53 p 10 38 aln IV.........lelton.........v 11 30 pilla 10 40 an.......
id 14 pin s 5 pm 10 am iv......... Lidtd.......... .IlV 11 27 pill 11 36 am 8 14 pmt
36 jm 10 26 pmll 11 am l1 ...... laaville... . . 1.... 5I pm 11 11 am 52 pin
........ 10 53 pm 11 31 ani IT.....Flowery Branch .... iV - 37 pni'10 -1 am .......
11 05 p I 11 am IT ........ I'm6 ni.........lV 10 2'2 pin 10 33 in, ........
.... .... II 11 l iq I i 1 .-.9 a . .C.. . . . ...v IV 10 07 pll 10 17 an: ........
p . . 11 pi 1 1 ........ I) il. .........v pm - -1 )10 06 am . . .
-----... . 13 m 1> 1224 fil . .......... ........ .11 pm 9 55 am........
I ...... 54 p n po .,,5II , .C -ia1blcu.......v9 28 pm 9 -13 am.
*5 00Pi12 0 p 11 I ,n; ri.........Ai ita ........ l 8-50p ) 10 aim 1 25 pm
1 Additional trains Nos. 1; and 18-l,11a acconmiflod'itiou, dally excet Sunday,
leavr Atlanta 5:30 p in., arriv as a- 8:12 p. li. 'eturing, leave C Lla .: . m I
arrives Atlanta 8:50 a. in.
- Between Lu.ila and1( Athiens--No. 11 dlaiy exceplt Suniday, and No. 9 dailv. leave
Lunla 10:05 p. ini., aiad 11:-10 at. nii., ariv e At hens 12:0)5 a. mi.' antd 1.-.10 p. m. Ilet urn
.iner, leaiv A4thenis, No 10 tIaily ex(ceplt Sinnlay:. andl No. 12 <daily, 7.21) i in. and 8.:1)
am. mi., arrive Lula1: 9.20 p mi. noel 10.:1 a. mi.
He lt 'n aTcoa antd Elbieritn-N 01 da iy eV(xce.pt simdaiy, 1leave ToreoaCO 12.5.5 p.
im., art:v ElIIbert on 4 45 p. amn. Itetniniag, N .n. 610 t!aily t el,at Sinidaty, leave~ Ether
tiin 5.45 a. iiu. ai rives '1(Toccon 9.15 a iu.
Non. 11 and 12 earrv Puttlhuan Mhleepers het w('en Wasinigton aind Knoxville via
Sal ishiniT, an. 1 9 and 10 tet weein A th~11intaun Newi Yo rk.
Nos. 3E and!:~ M- .ushti ington aund Sou twesternn V's?tiledi Liin ite(d, het ween At
hinta andt ~ttMt Wsintion. (on this 1 ra i tre in 'bartgt'd ini eon nee~t iolt wit lir st -
elass tickets, not ex('eed ing $2.00t over tal above' uisiual Pu'tlthnan1 chat:rges tt :iany poinit.
0 le it.ci'r"el""a"' b"""s, 't""Ir i "it Iuea age"ts. or midires
lien'I l'nsInger Agent. As.s't tGen'i Pass. A gi'
At latat, Ga. (Charh tt--, N. C.
W. 1H Gl: EEN, Gen'i Manatger, SI L IIAAS, Traffic Manger.
C. lP. 11 ANI MONDI,__Supt., Atlnta, Ga.
Goods ->n hand at this corner t.han ever before,
4) and this enaL;es us to muake: prices so
that there is 1no better wa to0 consult your interest and( save
your hard earneCd cashIA
by buying.~ w~hat you need( from us.
Weare b)ound to please you whether your politics are like
Sor you favor the sub)-treasulry haill.
Our goods are first.class; in every respect1 and if your~
can talk, we will be as careful to give it all its nioney's
worth as though you were here in person.
WVhile we wish you to lpoCnder' well the above, p)lease (10
not forget that if yon owe us anything, that we need it to pay
our dlebts, and~( come forward at 0once andc get a cle.ar receipt,
and we will be ever so g lad.
-- Yours truly,
L EW IS & M OR RIS,
The Popular Corner Store,
P. S. just received, a nice lot of furniture, which we offer'
5feb91 gI'ikeas. S. C.
at WeV WVant your Tr'ae, and4 will do evecryttling in
-our p,ower to pleas~e yiui.
v'erl We (UAlCANTEE 01UR D1tU(AIM and~ Everything
elMe we ineIl, to be purie.
,ndi P*rescri'ptI(.ins CaIre('ll y Compo3)0undeld at Mioderatte
th. price p tose u w e in reenaville.
iitjA. B. & I L CARP'ENTER,
MANSION 110USE DRUG STORE.
EGreenville, S. C.
'e Th~K E lorought, I'r'act cal Itn rietion.
BRYART & STRATTO IN LE~ln WSYnaILL rvY i
Rilcnaomnd j Danville nR
Greenville and Columbia Divisfok
Condensed Schedule Sept 6th, 1891.
Trains run on 7-5th meridian time.
uoing North. Going South.
6 15 a -...Lv Charleston Ar...12 00 am
0 113 .......Columbia....... 8 50 pm
2 38pmi1........ Union........ 6 29
1 55 Ar .... partanburg.... 5 80
3 0U .......ron ........ 4 17
1 41 .........tuda ........ 8 41
1 09 .....Flat Rock...... 8 16
1 22 . .. .IH enderson vll.. 8 01
i 17 .......Atheville....... 1 55
i 4. ......H[ot Springs. 12 28
>- 50 ...PatIt t,,roc.... 55 am
115 ........MAF)rristown...... 9 25
i30 ........Koxvile .. 8 15
15 ......cincianati.... Iv 8 00 p m
40 ...... Charlcston...... 9 30 pm
10 ... . Couibia....... 6 80
'. . .. rosperity...... 4 00
-7pin .. Newberry...... 8 42
: .. ...Nintty Six...... 2 05
56 ...... Grenwood..... 1 43
0 Ar ....Abbevilie. L. .12 35m
5 ' iton........12 20
5 4 ..lzr. ........11 52
r) 48 . idmont.......11 35
.6 4 . Iiill - .LvI 00
.140 Iv. j4liI
7 55 v....ene, 11 38
8 25....'....Wallmlla..N.10 65
12 :30 ....... Atlnta. ,17
No. 17- No.
8 5oam......Prosperity...... 8 16 P
0 07 .......Newberry...... 8 00
10 22 ......Ninely Six...... 0 52
10 45 ......Grcenwood...... 0 22
I 55 .......AW)b ville...... 5 15
12 15p1........ Ito ........ 4 00
12150 ......Anesn... . 8 3.5
No.7 No. 8.
0 00 pm.......0lumila...... 9 40 aA
7 28. .......Prosieity...... 8 18
7 .15 ......Ne % bvrry....... 8 05
9 08 ........ 6 52
9 45 .......,; .L s ...... 6 20
No. 9- No. 10.
12 25. ........11whol........ 5 05 P M
12 53 ........i.r.. 4 28
I 10 .. .....Pil uio t ...... 4 11
1 45 . .. ...G( r-ci- %ll...... *3 :5
IR().-- ' - - -N o.4-2
9 00 an. Nwhr ...... 8 40 pm
10 55 ..ito....... 6 00
11 55 ... . ns . aur ....... 6 16
Nos. 7, 8. ) 10. 1:' 11, 17, 18,. 42 and 48
1billy exceti .'I%tv.
Pulhman Sh-epion tnai;s 15 and 16,
lhetcvn Charh tenm. S. C. mdl Cinwinati,
Dlhit, via Atlm.ti. Coast i .i:, Columbia,
Ahi-Tillv. Paint it k. forriswn, Knm o
villo.. .1t-lici al . ne 1 m it 11 :I v.
Io JAll AS. Trtilli Man : t,'r.
1 A. L. T.\Y.- , TA Y I en,. Pas i A g't.
-1. A. 11)(P O pi.
W. Ht. (IEEl-N. .'.M:ttwa4vr.
W. A. MlT icE. .:t.i Ae -ient,
1(41 41 1 4 h l ctt o.
T propwse t reni for a number of
years att 9 n4l itMot per ear,
or sell for i4,5lc In -: >au ation on
which Wm1. Aj1.6r lis ),.1 te -Siau
1 Griv"vie, o which the twre t or
hosel sJii 10 andgoo 11rn and'O cultn
milessont of Fsley in-ar Carme.
Iphie 2AIt goo del lisand 1 teniant -o
sNiiien for a w.or cop, wel.
located a.nd. in a goailsetio.4 of2.h
xe 1 o7 ndse .m8i you want
~ JO (cii Pic ken. S. .
12 ilmn.1o'A N ~1~. C.o 6t, 1891.2p
2 5 .N144wt t . 4.58
5 0 .m...... hrldnA.1 1250a.
8 25...........mesa:. . ... 8l (7 .)
4 (4 .... ..ote...........P07
1 :50 ...\ hia Lu..9 0
'l 41 p.m .. . , innbor.. .. 4 235
4 45 . . .....'Jlst .. .. C.. 2 ('0
No 17 .... a-e .. N8 20 a
7 15....... .....k44 11... . so .
12] (7Ip. A r.N itherry,S.', Lv 42~10
Sili0 ....Adon...iMhr tg(II10 20d .
R. N. Wi h El,.N.UCVZ
4M4A ...ALEvl. W.OR.K. S!
oll tains hit I. w tlI n 1 harlesto bn o
be ween1~( harb. 11an1d C iinnti w .-~
mi r tywr. . E3I1 EllSON
T.RM.IEEON LIll hINaer
1.11 4 E m . E'ile oanr.Pceg n
N0EIt5 i('5 l ON , FTU.,
Al le shor t tiVk.Iat:sfa(t iniuar
fencs onth market. O t maaCal