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-Miss Neta Ambler returned home last ,
-3Mrs. Julia Gurley, cf Dallas, Texas, Is h
on a visit to her sister Mrs. J. L, Thornley.
-Another telejnien. J. M. Clements a
put up a telephone for J. B. Newbery from <
his store to his residence.
-COl. 0. 11. P. Fant, of Anderson I
county visited his daughter Mrs. Thornley tj
-Air. Felix Boggs was married on the "
18th inst., to Mrs. L. Watkins, both of
--Mrs. Anna McConnel died at her
mothers home about five miles north of t0
Pickens last Saturday. d
-Rev. 1t. A. Chill of Clio will preach
the nissionary sermon at theconinecement
of the Columbia Female College. 81
-Rev. 0. L. Durant will preach the fun- b
eral of Mrs. Sarah Adcox at Porters Chap- a
el church, Gth Sunday in this month. b
-The infant of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. La- 1
them died last Saturday. Mrs. Lathem
has been quite sick but is improving.
-The doors and windows for the new d
court house came last week and the con- I
tractors think they will soon fluish it.
-Mr. W. A. Mauldin, of Easle , and
Mr. Win. Gantt on the Liberty roa, have
the fluest wheat we have seen this year.
-Mr. Charles Childress raised a new mill fj
last week, on Gregory's Creek at ,he Dil- fi
lards mill place near Twelve Mile camp ir
-The papers of the teachers in the last
exaiination have been examined and cer- l
tificates issued and forwarded to those who 1
were successful. il
-School Commnissioner Bright wants to st
know of the school trustees if they have ei
sent to the Auditor the number of taxable s:
polls in their respective townshiips.
-The colored licople will have a barbe
cue and general jollification in the grove il
near S.econa on the 21st inst. J. E. Boggs f
and If. 0. Bowen have been invited to de
liver addresses. aI
-The young people of the town enjoy- tu
ed themselves higely on Glassy Mountain fa
last Thursday afterno-n. One young man ft
came back feeling badly fron the effects w
of the substantials.
-Jamles Johnson, colored, one of the
railroad hands was before Connissioner
Thornley last week for retailing liquor. lIe
was bound over to the U. S. and is now in e
jaill, having failed to give bond.
-Benjaniin Reeves and James M. Jones a
were before Coiminissioner Thornley last t<
week for illicit distil!ig and Daniel Gaston i
for working in an illicit distillery. They ei
were all bound over to the U. S. Court. S1
-Mr. W. W. Martin sold the remainder '
of his cotton crop last week. lie has not I
planted near as nimch this spring as he did
last. We wvere glad to hear him say that V
the bca'tli of his wife is somewhat i:nprov- e'
-There are some large snakes in the ii
ranch this suinmer. Picnicers Should i.
keep a sharp look out. Mr. S. B. Mann's \)
dog killed a watter lloccasin four feet tnlld1 at
six iniches ill length OlN Wolf Creek oie II
day last week. g
called to the news iteml in the SarNir. of
the 5th inst., say-ing that lie struck Pi~ckie u
with an ax. Mr. [Kelly says if P4ictkle was 01
cut it was dlone with at coiry comtb whlichl n
lie had ini his hand when Pickle came up. hI
-Uncle Blayluis thenli-is is now 77 years
of aige. and1 is still < piite active and full ef
good cheer, le do es not pine for' themii
again, but he likes to talk of the hapipy
days long gone by, andi( it is real pleasure to) e
hear hull tell the iincidents of his youthful ii
--Mr. William lFenley who lived near a
Suntday of dIroplsy of the heart. le hada
been in bad healthl for several nmonthis and
his dteath was not unlCeeted. lie was a
goodt man and1( citizen anid leaves many kin-l
dred and( friends to mnourn his~ death.
-Rev. WV. G. Mauldin of the Keowee 0
side called in to) see us last Monday to e
Inguire into the progre-ss of the Pickens in
Itailroad. IIe says his ne(ighbhors are very f
miuch initerested in its suiccess. le was oni a
his way home fromn lilliing some alppmint
mIents mi tihe north cast section of the coun- r
- Sonme of the Pickens lads and hasses I
became very "uiipity" last week thety wetre
not satisfied till I hey wvent to thle suitit of
Glassy Mouiiinain aid they dlid not, comle
dIown till the full moon01 caime up. Tihere ,*
being 110 mooni rods on the mountain, sev
eral of thenm clame down sadly mioon
--A very singular accidlent happened to e~3
Deputy Miarshnal Ifioark's htorse last, Satur- (I
dauy. lie w~as at. thle jaiil and( while he was nI
in the honse his ho rs:e laidl dlown' to wolilow I
and bly somec mleanls got one~ of is hinld ai
feet fastened in his maultb. They had to 'T
prize his imouth open before his foot couitt
-The- exeut ive commliitte of the Couni
ty Sunlday School Convent"Cion1) is reiniested
to mleet at P'icens S. C. niext Saturday, the
21st,ins-t.,* to arrianige a prograin fo r the
toll anmd J. 1). Morgan conistitute the execu
~ -Mrl. L. D). Stepens certinly has a
heartsonme counitry place, and( near- by thle el
house an ideal spring of the~ purest anid Ii
coldest wa :ter thiat, gushies froml the rock
rib)bed hills. lin :oilmay wvith Maj. Stewv
art, we heart i ly enljoyed a suppe-r ait his
hiise~ last, we(k , and1( muclh lealsure is anl
ticiptateid at tin eveing tishaing party we
are soon1 to haive onl that secCtion of the n
--It is said thailt a dumminler frotn Charles- al
ton was divinog throungh the coiuntr-y from11 gi
one townt to anlotheir ini this Staute no(t long
since and1( the conviersation hi et wi-en hiiimself (l
aindLna the hvetr lhaus&g somliewhait lagged,( y
thme dr-iver saidl, "Go on, Tlilhinan,'" speak
inIg to and meaning thle hiorse. Inninethiate- p
Jy the drntimer or-dered hin to stop. Ie M
stoppedl tand the drutnlmmer informned himill
thait he would ride no furithecr If thle htorse c
was namileh'd ihnant, andl gaitherinlg his vai
lise contmiued hiis joulrney walIking.
--ill Wilson, of Briushy Creekc, Anderc-'
5on counlty in a lIt of jealousy cult his wvife's h
throat. from ear to) earF with his razor- on thme
10th inst. lie had atimsedl her baduly, andh
on the (liy of the imrder becanme so enriag
ed that lhe pouncedCo upon)1 her wvith a razior iz
and killed hier. It is said that his suispici- It
ons of his wile's unfithfulniess to liill was of
unfoulnded. A fler- killing lher lie attemtpt- al
adI to ent, his .wn throat andt( the bloody ra- Di
zor wats take-ii front him and aIftr V itwas F"
taken firom him lie t.ied to finishhi mnself so
with a pocket-knife, lie says lie hopes lhe -
will surlvivea his wo)undls iad get weill sa lie I to
(lan be honii- for is :io ,me 1
Vhat We a iad What W<
Those who have .not visited: our littl(
>Wn for the last year, or even for the las
w notls, would be surprised at thi
ronderful and marked inprovements tha
ave been made. Our peoplc arc deter
tiined no longer to be behind other thrifty
nd busy marts of the world, and in ordei
) reach the goal of material prosperity
nusual efforts and strides are being made
has been proven (and to our detriment
iat if w e are to enjoy the full benAits o
isociation, business and social relationf
'ith the outside world, we have to go int<
ar pockets and bring out the cold, hart
ollars, as well as to write, talk and thin
F these matters.
We have one of the finest counties il
ke State It cannot be excelled in its pro
uctiveness, climate or health. And jusi
round us at our own door, so to speak, we
ave one of the finest villages to be found
I the South. It is attractive, quiet, and
irrounded with the finest scenery that, can
e imagined. We have six stores that do
general mercantile business, a livery sta
le, drug store, high school, hotel, beef
iarket, two newspapers, three blacksmith
nd wood shops, three churches, Baptist.
lethodist and Presbyterian, ull with good
unday schools. The aniount of business
on( ly our nerchants is marvelous.
'ickens is the only cotvenient market be.
,veen the Air Line railroad and Brevard,
r. C., a distance of thirty-flive or forty
niles, ani the larger part of the country
tween this )lace and Brevard is supplied
'ith goods by our merchants. People
'om the country see and realize the bene
ts of living here, and are buying properly
town or within easy reach so as to have
le advanltage of the markets, schools and
trlurcs. And our mnercantsihave so appre
ated the paitronage of the people that
ev are making greater efforts than ever
:fore to so enlarge ard Increase their bus
ess as to n.crit a continuance. New
ores and residences are being built on ev
y side, uid the ring of tle carpenter's
w and lauimer. keeps things in a buzz,
Id ere long we predict the vacant, places
ill be things of the past around Pickens.
x sawmills are now located within hear
g of the tovn, turning out thousands of
et of lumber every day for the use of the
wn and railroad. Two brick nilis are
most at our door moulding from IU,Oui0
26,000 brick per day. With all these
,ets before us, is it not enough to Iake us
'el good, and to itrive to hold fast, to that
hicl we have and to look forward to tLat
wt Wi.L HavE?
If responsible m'enl are to bc believed.
e will soonl lave one of the neatest and
:st court haouses inl lhe State for the mon
,,. Thousais of shovels of (lirt are Ie
ig thrown every day oat the Pickenls rail
lad which, when completed, will join is
> the busy world. It is inl the breeze too
It a stfick coP.-Ianlly is forilti for the
-ection of ont! of the tilet holis inl thIe
utl onl the top of Glas-AN, M.Juntain.
-hieh is two nii!cs cast of town ald inl
llf male of the railroad. It is talki d too
at people are wathing our eI'orts, enter
-ise an1d thrift, anld maIN I i ..oa1temliplate
Ls'ting their lot with A s. The dors aie
pen and we w ill wethme :01 who wish to
)Itne inl. Bit foAgetitg folr tile time be
g the thinlgs wlich we lal :ad will
aVe, let its not be torn-et fail of tlie fuiture.
Ce have mat woanh- fiul imnpr-41venti-nts
Id accompli,hI miuch in hIlie lasL t.welv
thals, and We 11m11ht unow LIInd oAr eaIer
es to get tlobe tlings whic!
Somlie who are nout well actin~a inted with
bat we t.re doing maty say tat:a we have
ar sighiIs uip, which is truie, and we blievt
e will realize tour fondels.thoi .e. liIn lae
ngu:age of M'r. A. lh. W~illtiins we wil)
ay--"we inay bie haappy yet, youi bet."
Tim~( sinyP ra y.
Thlere wvas; niuch fu ori youtni f.dIks anti
hilkhen at ( arey's lld Lit Fr iday es e,
ly) electeda to Ithat hligh and Iho.norabhi
ali(on, wtas crowneid queena of May, ai.i
I the seasons, Ipersontated by lii the:beattifiat
ad lovely naaids of hoinor, broughat thecii
lferinigs itt richatass anad splentd r and sptreat
tenu before thte queen. Eacha onec, as shti
it.te witha her olfea ing, ainade' maost appro
riate recit atio toin atloItsed(1i ad adopItedl I<
ia o(ccasionts by Mt s. L;add, the iaothl
faMs. J. .Cuiretotn. Site also compl os
.1 the songs whicha were used in the cere
tony of crownting the queen. Sptact
atbida ptartiecuaar anent ion of thle beautj3
ad beauties int each song amti rec:it-t iun.
There, was a recitat iona, 'Curfew shall ino
tg totnight," natidrably donte by MisAlat
Aft(tr the enreCises werec cncttluded, ica
rain wats served , andc a inttst baatifiu
ske votted tio 'the atnost popltair youtng ladj1
a the tautdjince. Thle entihausiactnt of thIt
aing itnent ftor thiir testpective favorites
4iused thle (lake to btin g the htandsoaane sun
f foutriein dollars wh ich accordinig to an
ounacemt,t goes to the Unpaitist, Churtch ia
ickents. 'IThe votles cost teni cents li >iee
ad thte cake was awardIe<I to Miss Iclanm
Mrs. J. 1). Ciuretn arranged the enatirt
Ornu.t andit w%ais genairal mnaniager of tiac
atertainunent. PA notithing succeeds lik<:
icts, to:) nihel cannot be said in pratis<
F .thae skill andc tuect dlisplayedl inI carryaut
att tile ptrogramt to the miintitest dettails.
Stichi ani eveninig antong Ithe flowers ai
ilren, the tastefulit conitutinughiju of tiu
loms of two kmagudomns, will sihed a gio
F niellow light over thle life of any'. onte
.td clhuse Ithe shadows frott any heart.
hIe tottal fromn the sale otf thec cakhe aind icc
eamli as eighateen dollars uaiad sevent)
Miss Lilie lHaintey, of Atlantta, is visit.
ig thte Misses Stepihens on \Vest Endl.
Miss Willie I )orn 5t is1spndig the suim
ecr with her sister, Mrs. Bell.
Mr. Milton Ciapit leaves to<hiy fotr Ithi
>mte im Newton, N. Ci., whtere tie goes It
tend Commlaenicemnaat alnd see his best
I lev. \Vehlont prlethed at thle I It ilt
twrcib Stambily mtotrig, anad He. LitLI
l'he Ilaisjt StImdlay Schtool ittnd hcitaii
emei tat Btrotk's IHock nteair Liberty, nexIt
tir(e othier sihools wilt hbe ilnvitedh andt sey.
'lTihe etral .Jiors wenit dlown to Pe'l
vtn last, Sit ua'bly and comlpletiely d!efeat.
I the formidt able ntinae in a gamae of bate
alt. Cenitral wais i to t).
llranit Iaiuti g iund Loan.
\V. II. Cariisle, of this city, tans organa.
ed tat Cetral a branchi of te Nati~ontal
lulwvay lhititdintg aind Loan assoaciationai
A lhmta. Tbci folloin. tare th la ilicers,
I of Item condiulctot ra on the I laitiadond
aniville roaid:. F. A. McCtorkie, president;
eretarly mtih I rasi.rer; honni oft diircam
F. A. MeCuorkle, F V. Fals C. .J. (my.
it andc Y. L. WVtinR. 3. 1 (try,o
-Mr. D. J. Greer has returned to his ol
home at Liberty.
-W. T. McFall began the erection of
now store room last Tuesday.
-Aaron Boggs, who lives near Major F
0. lost a child last Thursday of dysentery
-Rev. G. V. Singleton has gone to At
lanta to have a tunior taken out of hi
-Henry Rodgers was before Commis
sioner Thornley last Monday oi a charg<
of illicit distilling. lie was discharged.
-Charlie MeKinney's and Judge Major'
babies are very sick writh dysentery. 'ITh
disease is very prevalent in this neighbor
--iTere is generally a good stand of cot
ton in this county. The low price of cot
toi seems to not have affected it in this par
-Thie norti bound afternoon train on th<
Air Line reaches Easley now at 1:46 ocloel
p. mi. Passetgers going to Grenville wil
have longer to stay.
-Mr. John Evette and Mrs. Florencie
Parsoits were married at Sharen ot th<
15th inst., the ceremony being perforned
by Rev. 'T. U. O'Dell.
-A mad dog bit A. M. Morris' au(
Bolcer Clinkscales' dogs last Monday au
went his way utdisturbed. The (logs bit.
tetn Were promptly disposed of.
-Parents cannot be too careful of hom
they let their childien use themselves and
what they eat duriig the spring uontls.
Dysentery is a dreaded diisease.
-Cleric of Court Stewart has receive(
the pension iney and is ready to pay i
out to those entitled to it. They will gel
A23, the whole amount, and all for thUi
--Miss Mary Ann Win(lester, died o
the (th inst. She leaves an aged tmothei
and three brothers to tnourn their loss. Sit
was for a number of years a consisteti
inember of the Baptist church. .
-Married at the residence of the bride'
father, Mr. J. A. Ili-gins, otn Sundal
tmornitng May 15th, 1892, by Rev. S. A
('ary, Mr. J. M. Jaimisoin and Miss Belli
Iliggins, all of Easley township.
-Mussrs. E. J. Prince and D. B. Stew
art have laid the foutrdation of 'Mr. Me
F1all's new building just West of tile one It,
now occupies. Another interesting pag
vill soon be added to the Almanac.
-The Minstrel Club will give a inrti
provokittg entertainment [text Friday eve
iong at its room itt the old court house
The interesting progratin has been hand
soniely done by the S19N'INK. Juh ollice.
-Mr. V. 1). Glenn has bought ou
Messrs. W. If. Ciainani and .1. V. Grillin
faritmers of Liberty. IIe paid Chapial
$1,700 for 40 acres and Grillin $1,90(J foi
130 acres or tuore. Mr. Glenn believes It
Libert,y real estate.
-IT mad dog after biting A. M. Mor
ris' dog vent to :amlt Mannt11's and hit tw(
of Mr. Mant's ho.s. ()it leavio. there hti
wet.t through the patsture of Joat Matildii
:111d it is LItou ht 'it twO COWS. lie Weit
froni there to C. T. llutchins' where be wa!
-Deputy SherifT J. ). (ilreath capturc
lhad, the tmtan who recently cscaped fron
jail t, Grectville, in the tpper part 01
Oc'nce county icar the Georgit linie las
Suntday ot-rning Ilead and ihicithic cam
111hlrig thijS County, mnakingthirwa tt
lDrevard, N. C., anoi had gone from hre
vard to Ritchie's lioie in 0conce witr
'.5 t'ents iior tUitllts llttt to cetits for chIil
d(n t. Tickets areC n(w Ott sale t,t ltlgio(i
Brc &'Ci's attd J. T1. Le'wi'. Secur<
your' I ick(ets early.
Ont the w1inxg.
Leaving htoume on the~' 5th and going~ h'
the Shailow F t ont Ki'iwee', I was agretC
aly sitri l to seo mucho cotI ttn hutn
pl)te~d i:1 -arn. It 5sems ais it the fartin
ers are- deCterine iid to raise thteir own prt ovi
siotns as hrt as pi.5sile Whichl wet hatve ot
felt woiub he tot' tht ir'. gol. I foutt plei)
ty of coritn in thle ct-itb tor' tIe presenlt yer
and thle farmercs are getteratlly feel in g good
I r'e: cihed the tiop of F"lat Mountain ont t,b(
thist., found the people gentetally (dot
platttog and ready fori their mieeting. Wi
htiad somet rout ine bulsitness int cotnference
All pas~sed oif well, and Ott Sabblatt tmotrr
inig I gave ant opor-tuntity for' ttetttbetrs at
received live itt the church('l, four' by lette
an on1( (ie by experL'ience'(. This was an oh
Imant 72 year of a-re. lie h:a i ce pick
ed out to lie batized int WhtiteWater at th
liead of' the falls, thle lret tiest p lac(e I eve
saw ' for te 1 liose'. A large ('rowd fol
lowe id the oi ttim to see hlu im huried witll
Chri ist, anid allI aertied lhe was thle haoppiis
liokd~ingu person they~ ev'er sawi. Ti s tma.
Was.-J ohni (Greent, the o'd tmoimt inii hunttte
htuntts ini that counlttry. May) the Lord bles
I Ott Monday I too(k dinnier witht Mr. Sihi
Ilinikhe. I founid hit uibliniltg a mlill n
he told tme he was ging to pu.t utp a (-iren'
lar' saw this smttiter. fly thei waty I sut
thetre the largest hog I ever have'i seeni 11
hasv julst pt, hint up andl we supl)iOie- .
would we'igh five 01'r Ei utlred jiiittti
tnow attl Ihe is ging to keep "Jim11 lick
till fall and we will heat' theni howi tmuet(
lie weights. Mr. lin tk le is a ttrashi move
tandt everyvting is itn its phice about himt.
Good lutck to all.
'T. 1". Nto soN.
We the unde:lrsigneid, merchanitls 0
Pieken s, agr'ee hit'o clo ou tt re~is ilt 0;:
I). every (11ay excep'Jt Saturday t and~ pub11 lid
d1ay 5, beginniinr Mfondiay, the 23dl May, on
('ontinintg till h"ridoy, Sepitimhi i' 20i.
I lagoodl, IBrutce & Co., W. TI. Ml -'all,
Ilunter '. llawuthornie, HaItrri. & Miortris.
'There will be a basket, lpi(nic at froe
Roick, one ieI wi-st of L ~ iety3, ont Satmt
(1ay3, May 21 s'. Eve-rvhodiy is invilted, e:
Pe(illly the Smttday ihool's of I Lb'rt y ant
Centtnd . Addresse~ts are e'xpic-tedi to b)'e ha
C. (.1. Illowhnc, .J. N. Miirgant, .Jos. (
M. A. Boggi, 'ommittit tee of arl'iangementtt
Piensiner's will pleasec (call and get thiii
atone>', .. hI. SrT:urtr, (C. C. P'.
I tiHer Ne'w Sphee.
Iefot med ti byi Itev. Carr-iie I hnt'lett, o f Ki
manzit/ioo, Mich. ai -istr of the eroomt. -Kth
okuk (ia.) (Chief.
Musti nI(MM No iee ..
.My sister Jenniie, when~i shte was a yonlt
tgri, Sulltee frio:nt 'whlite swuellIintg, whie
great ly imaired her genteral htealtit tum
mlad e hert bjloool very3 imureii
itn ie si.;ng she was tnot abule to d10 any
Iittm a y'ear ago she tookl. thriiee bottles o
Ilot.anie~ Imonei iabiti attd ,aow she i . e
C. C. HALLMAN,
All kinds of carpenter work well
and proniptly done.
C-9-Prices and work satisfactory. Givc
me a call. PICKENS, S. C.
Mary had a littlo sheep,
Its wool was white as cotton,
And every whero little Mary wont,
That lamb just como a trottin'
Mary came to town one day,
To do a little shoppin'
And right in front of McFall's door,
They both were seen a stoppin'
Walk in, says Mc, and in they walk
And after some rellection,
Cast their eyes this way and that,
Then each made their selection.
Mary spied a prelI.ty Hat,
Emnbroideries, G1loves and Laces,
Cascarillas and Swan Downs,
. That girls wear on their faces.
She also bought a pretty shoe,
3 Hose, Fan and Parasol,
Some Calicoes and Apron Check,
i And little Sis a doll.
Mary's ma comes here to buy
- All colors of Diamond Dyes,
Nux Voinica to kill theI Hawks,
L Then next-good chicken pies.
Mary's pa, that good old man,
Was never known to back
On anything that Mary bought
From McFall's Almanac.
"But where's my little bonny lamb'
Cried IMarv in deApair,
"dNever ind" her father Said,
Next fall, he'll be "right there."
The Iamb's selection--very vise,
A bell and pretty collar,
And all it cost at McFall's store,
tWas a quarter of a dollar.
The pretty lamb now looks all right,
- All dressed up for the ball,
With collar on and pretty bell,
He'll "get there" in the fall.
We might go on forevermore
With solu1(1thing else I lum joke,
Speaiking of all thle bargains here,
But- now- our peneil's broke.
IW. T. McFAL L
Our ent ire Stock of Goods, con
sist.ing of Dry Goods, Groceries
Shoes, I [it., Notions, Hardware
Crockory ware, &c., to be sold at cosi
until disposed of.
We call especial athemtIion to omt
i Men's and Womien's Fine Slhoes
rNow is your time if you como wlult
we can fit you.
A few~ pieces of .Jeanms left. It wil:
p lay you to buy now for next winter
Colnc t1uick. We meacn lmsiness
Eeryt hinmg in the buyer's favor as
long as thesec goods last.
~HA RRIS & MORR IS.
October 271th 1891.
83 SHOE CEN E IEN
THE BEST S HOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEYF
I t ia a reamless shoe wit hno tacks or wax thr-aeM
to hurt thu feet . mad((O of the best finao calf, 51 li
ri I n ea iy. and 1ause we'. maue more she~., th lai
gira*de thanl, an yI other ma1( nuf.a turer, itequals band
$5we shOe Josng from Jii,1.00veI to fnr.00. l
sho eiII ver oIlredI foEr $5.11); Cequals Fronet
imiportedl sho:.s n bich cosMt tra,n $.m V to $12.100.
o4 aEty ish ag iart ail nu al.drar .. Thea'
hoo ovr oIfre at tis prica ; samo grado as tus
. o m d sht lotig fromt fA. It to $9.13.
SS 5) l'olice Mhtuo Farmers, htailroadl Meil
- and I.itter(carrloraall wvear them: fiho calf,
, acaless, smooth mnsle lheavy tharee soles, exten.
-io $ed ih o cair vi htr yho .ever offered at
W2. thh,n nslcEo u 6ne trial will convinc. tho
who anta sinoforcomortand service.
$2. and 82.bO Workingman's aboeI
aegIven, themo a trial wi ll wear no other make.
n~~g' Sp 201) aun d 51.75 school shoes are
Ua wIornm by t1hboyevery where; theysehl
on th cr,mer itts,' ash increaasing sales ow.
Ladiles 'M"da"^--,tt..ine'h. he0'
hmportedl shoes cont,in EC fromt 8.a
Lndle,' 2 50, .00 an)'d $3.75 shoe fog
Missaro the fiest flnol agola. St yhish and durable
C aution.--Reo th-at V. L. J)<maglaas* name and
price are stamped oni tho bottoma of each shoe.
- pyTAiKE NO) Rt'fMTITUTE..4g
- int ten local avertlrEd de.alers, sunplyinlo
W. .nUJJL AM, niroekon, Mass. yolui
F. if. MOIRGAN,
(Ild jl'IM1. c.n
HIAGOOD, B . C
W. M. HAGOOD &
EASmE, S. c.
Are Now Receiving Their SPR
Special attention has been given their Dry We are heav
Goods Departments and among the selections keep only Good
are the latest and bot goods from the didterated Sug
New York Market.. Some of ou:
They are closing out all odds and ends in about the balai
accumulated old stock. Any Hat, Shoo or are obliged to i
Remnant of Cloth that has the mark of age Others don't
on it, is sold regardless of cost. ain't our fault.
Some rich bargains in these for but remember
Cash uyers, predict a heret
W. M. HAGO(
How dear to my heart, as the seoson a(lvances,
With smiling and frowning, with sunshine and rain
Are tho thoughts of the past, of its dreams and its fancies.
Its sorrows, its pleasures, its joy, and its pain,
I muse o'er the orchard, the meadow, the Iountain,
The bridge and the rock where the cataract fell,
But dearer than all is tle tloughut of the fouitaii,
Of icy cold soda, that Sloan 11rothers sell,
The fresh, foami(g soda, the brighit, 8sparling sodua,
The thirst-quenching soda, that Sloan Brothers sell.
How oft have I grasped, with hands that were glowing,
In the heat of the morning, the noon and the night,
A glass filled with nectar, with coolness o'er flowing,
A joy to the taste, a boon to the sight,
How sweet from the clear crystal brim to receive it,
Fresh, cooling, just drawn from its own icy well,
Not a fll blushing glass could tempt me to leave it,
The fragrant cool soda, that Sloan Brothers sell,
The fresh, foaming soda, the bright snarkling so(1,
The thirst-quenching soda that Sloan Brothers sell.
That silver-bound fountain, I lail it a treasure,
Of sweetness an11d coolness and freshness untold,
How oft have I drawi from it exqnisitive pleasure,
While drinking its ContnIts, pure, sparkling, and Cold,
And when far removed fron its loved situation,,
The tears of regret will intrusively swell,
I earnestly long for a change of location,
And a draught of the soda that Sloan Brothers sell,
The fresh, foaming toda, the bright, sparkling soda,
The thirst quenching soda, thal Sloan Brothers sell.
The Finest Prescription Drus in Green
ville, at SLOAN BROS.
Any Little Boy
VisitinJg our Store will be presenIted with one of ou?
Which will afford them lots of fun and make plenty of noise.
Lo)ok at (dur $.00) Play Sutits.
Look at our N.00) School Suits-.
You want our Bargains,
We want your Patroinge.
Goods always cheerfully shown.
SMITH & BRISTOW,
Leade-rs of Fash iin for Men and Boy is,
Main and WVashington St., People's Ranik Old Stand,
(iREENVILLE, S. C.
Carriages, Buggies and Wagons,
SPECIAL OFFER I
TO CASH BUYERSt
We offer at, RtEDUCEI) Il'ICS,
Carriagyes, B ug ies and WVa(jng.&
00OME, EXAMI1NEI AND) II:Y.
The Greenville Coach Factory,
H. C. MARKLEY, Proprietor.
(A. W1. SUiRRTNE, NaapeD'int1euaacienf. ap30gI
THE NEW MODEL HALL TYPE WRITER!
A 06fc 9t ? W~in ritin[ N2CaraQtQr:,
Remodeled and Improved.
- 4 1 he Best, Standlard 'ly1pe Writer' in the
- Tterehntabl ''yp i .al anuiages
ast iMest to ler, and 1anpjd as5 anly.
Agencits Want'ed Evergwhere.
~Varrant'ed ai4 Represenited. Tlhis NM
',~uuI cline in itverybodly's PFrend, JRverybod(y
sh,?iould havei theIr writing done en a Type
. W rit er. I t always Iisures t'he miost p)roinp1t:
Address N.-TYPE WR ITER COMPA M Yil- i na,Crn.jwo e
y buyers and lowest sellers. We
I F lours, Purest Lard and Una
ars and Coffee.
friends have acted cloverly
ices duo from last year. Wo
come to see us any moro. That
Don't get mad at us about it
we think of yon every dal and.
Iter to all such doings.
nie to See Us.
JOE & C0O,
)D & CO.
TH RICHMOND I DANVLLE R6
"t-.a tianta & Charlotte Air-Line
'o - Di3r.ittion.
schedtle in effect Jan. 17, i-;2.
Northbound. 'NO. 38. 'No. 10.T*No.
Lv Atlanta..... I 2,pin 8 50pm jg
"Chtnbilec .. ..'-.*.-.-- 27pni 9) 3
Norcross............ :i39pin 95
Duluth .....----.9 51pm 10 I..
Suwnce-.....-....10 03pm I() I
" nford ..... ...... ..10 17pin|1, I
" Flow'ry ir'h ....... 10 31pm 10 1
Gainesville.. 2 59pm 10 51IpI 1.
"la....... ........1118pm 11
el1to! ...-. ........ 11 21pm 11
Cornelia....... 11 45p11 12
Mount, Airy ........ 1 i50pmi 12
". Tocco ---..... ........ 12 20ain 12
Westminstvr ...... 12 58: an)
.Sene -.... ........ 1 17am I
'' Central---..--...... 1 50am 2
" .... ...... 2 I am
Greenville.. 0 05pin 2 -1-lam
"Ir'S...... ........ 3 Iam 4
WefHOrd.... . ....... ;:3an 4
" Spar taulirg. * 657pIn 3 54am 1 4
" CIirIII-...... ........1 13am 5 1
. ( lo pel'.s- ........ 4 18am 5 1
Ga28nev'. . -4am 45
"I liakshtt1rg. .... '( ham 6 (a
" r.over.... .........5 1 lami 6 1 1p,
'' Iing's AM'n.......... '>28amn 0 .
"4 Gattmia.... ........5 5.am 6 5Vpt
" Lw(lI...... ....... . 07am 7 129.
" lli4-mont . ......... 141am 7 24r I.
Ar Charlot t e- - ) 101)1i1 ( .1in 7 50pe
Boutl ound. *No. 37. *No. 11.1 *No. 0
rv Charlot tI. ., 9 -15:n 1 St4pm 2 2amu
llllmlit,........-2 12pm 24 2an
Lo>well..... -........ 2 pm 25
Gimtstw ia h.........-------2 35pmn 3 04a
hillg's ML, n. .......;1(00pm) 3 27a
over . . ... ; jl lip 3- 43s:
Jlhacksh irg- - I - 2 3 j(lpm 3 53
(iffneo ys-. . .. .-- .-5pml 4110...
...w.... s-.-. --.....1 l0pm) 4I 42a
CliftLon . ........ 4 1;14pm 4 4.5c
Sla ' 1 arbiirg 11 -13arn 41 27pm1) 5 04.
G(r(...-.----..... 509pm 5 42r:
Greenvill. . 12;Un 5(1ly0p f 12a'
'' n !lteiL........ .... .... 7 22pmll 7 57..:
,Wet iins er. - - -... 7 -illum 8 15e:,
.............. .......- 8 119pm 8 5l2ai.
''Mount A iry. ...-.-... .8 48pmi 9 18ai1
C~;oeha-........... 802mn 0923ai
1(lit.on--............ 9 16pmIn 9 45Sa;
''hul.--...--. .-.-......9 18pm 9 47a
(iutnevile. 3 41 lin 9 '12pm 10 12;:
Flo(w'ry Br'h -.... .... 10 00Opm 10 32
Ithlfor<t-.-.-.....--...10 17pin 10 4'.
''Suwanuec .. ..... .... 10 ;;3p10,I) 5:
I)uluth.. .... .... .... 10 4l5pm 11 1:.
Noreross..--..-........10 501pm 11 2.
"' Chambltee........... 11 8prn 11 4;
Ar Atlanta.... 5 05pin 11 45pm 12 2!
A<hlit ionil irai'Nos. 17 and 18
alccoInmlodtjtoO, dily excepjt Sui.
lea;ves. A tlanit a 5:;30 p. ml., ar'riv< s L
8:12 p. *m. lI eturn in lea ':ve:3 Luila 6:(0 i
BelteenAI: Lula Al Ates--No. 11
ly, (xcet Siintlay, 511al No. 9) daily.
Atlhensa 10:15 p. m1. mai0 12-2(0 p. n
InlrI:ing, lea:ve Allhers. No. 10) dhily e
ShIulay, an<l1 No. 12 <laily, G:20 p. mn
0:-15 a. mI., arrive ubtIt 8:05 p 1). an.
In-t werIn Tocconr ata110 Elbemcrton:
(1aily3 e'xcept4 Snntlyi , b-4ve Tc occoni
nw ,No. Of9 (IaLily, tx :4; t, StinI)av
hus. 9 m1 10 caIrry LPullmanu 51
w41 e4'n1 A I hmta11 mal Newv York.
westernP 'Vest1ibu411ed Li mit ed, lot vm
raai:1 atul shintiLlon. Onis 1 rII
Sklw:jo het ween~i New~ York aind Ne
I"4r dtai:tleil int-ormlationl ns to h, e
t.l gnt. or I'IValress , ol CrW
,1 AS. L. 'VA Y LORd, Genm'i Pass. ~
At.hlnI a, Ita
0'. 1P. IA MMON ID, Sipl. , At lant
SOL. IIAAS, TIratie: Manay.cr, A
f ''TEl flIPANS TAflULVS reg~ulnto the Ptw
v.nyr and howel1s, purl fy te blood4(, an
4 ant t4o tako., BF4(O andi atlwayaci'fecl4ti . A r'
Y r'reedy for 141ilounesae*, Blot'1ce (41 th.
lIrightd D)iseao, Catarrh Colic, Cronst.
Chronic Diarrho'za. Chroto'vrTot
2botes, 1Disorderedn Stomach, Diazinosa., Dy.
Ihuapepsia, Ertema. Flat u1ene' Female4 ,C
nininita.1Fouil Rreath en~dache, ltc'artburn'
.Jauudice, Kidlnoy !omp1aintu, Liver Tr
tion. P'imtples, tuuh of
plexion, Sal ( l:heum,
achto, Skain ni-ceane,
1Lier, Uico.r, wa tecr -
and every oth- er ny m
or disucaso hat _r_.-- )es lte
111)44 rupur bloo or a fnlluru te pr ere
ane4C of their funenions, by 414e stench, liv,
* i tetines. T''ersonsl giveni to) over-caing aI
cilmil by takcing one taulo after ech me.
continu4edj se or tho Rlipane Tabiulce i the s
cure for obstinate const41p44tion4. 'They coi..
nlothing~ that can be injm-k:ux' to the most d
at. gross $9. 1-2 gross $412 14 grosa ?%
1- runn I5 contA. Rent by mail pos"(ao
P.O. lox 6'l2,NewYor0k.
And( BaItht they
Itt V'aar of Mtari ty
a ok for e.