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'iMURbAY, JULY 12, 1894.
Mlaj. E. B. Muarrav.
News reached Pickens last Salh
lath evening that Manj. Edwards B
Murray came to bis denth i at hi
home in Anderson by drowning on
Saturday the 7ith instant. 'Tho flcci
dent occurred whilo lie wns in bath
hig ill a pond iear his <hVelling
'The circumstances po nt strongly to
i case of appoplexy, vertigo, or some
thing of the kind.
His death is not only an irrepara
ble loss to the city of Anderson, but
to the whole state. He had not been
long in public life beforo lhis useful.
iess extended far beyond the limits
of his own county. Editor, legisla
tor, lawyer, lie stood in the front,
rank of every duty to which lie wos
called. His talents commanded a
lucrative practice, and Ie was cut,
down in tie midst of his success.
He was a faithful friend, a safo col.
sellor and a man of the most excii
plary christian ebiracter.
The dark pall of sorrow has over
shadowed the lives of the devoted
wfe and dear children, and their loss
cannot be measured.
The Greenville News of the 8th
"We cannot express in words the
ptofonnd sympathy Greenville feels
with Anderson in the loss of Edwards
B Murray. His death will be espe
cially felt in Anderson but it is a loss
to the whole State.- lie was one of
the leading young men of South Car
olina. With the pen, before the pub
lie, in the legislature, in the court
house, he was a power. H1e cou1l
writo and he could talk and he wrote
and talked clearly, logically, fearless
ly so that all could understand. He
was a coming lman. lhis value and
power were better appreciated as he
He has been cut down just when
his promnise wa brightest, just as his
scope was widening and the people of
the state were learning to know him
better, to value him more accurately.
WVe cannot understand( these things.
All that we enn say is that we
mourn his death sincoroly, that we
feel that it has brought to 'state and
people a serious loss; that the dead
man will be missed in his church and
in the cause of religion generally; in
politics; at the bar, in social and coin
mnercial life; that the hprofound sympa.
thy of the public will be with his
sorely bereaved family aiid next with
tile community of which he was so
valuable and valued a citizen
When that is said all has been said
that can be. A good and strong mn
an active and zealous christian, a use
ful citizen has been taken away. We
can only mourn and sympathize. Wec
have no right to ask, why?"
WVe have heard a great niany peopkh
say that the political opposition th
the reformers in 1892 wvas a great
mistake, and we have been inclhine(
to that opinion, but thait has not b~eei'
duly probated and recorded. It can.
not be demonstrated. It is all sur
niso to say this, that, or the other
would have been if it had not been
for something else. Everything is
developing beautifully now. N one
w~ould be more rejoiced than a maujor..
ity of the conservatives, if the promzises
of the reformers could be fallihilled.
Political prophecy anid history aro as
-much unlike as sunshine and dark
We eannut0 vih loh th wle~armest
commnenidation to the manly course of
the many reformers w~ho sprakc ini
such high terms of Tme SisNTINE.
They say they can trust the niewspapier
"that swearotjh to its own hurt and
ehangeth not." That is true-honesty
is the best policy..
What has become of all the corn
lickene county had? It was alleged
that there was. enough for two such
counties. Perhaps it has been used
u~p by the distilleries. Thle comnmodity
(corn, not corn whiskey) is certainly
.n npassing Central last Thursday
we narrowly escaped arrest by the
comite nthe enetamn of
delegates to the district conference.
Wo suspect' that before th conaference
wBover -the -committee -was-glad it
Prof. Cralghead has boon to Santuc
ad, from the very. thoughtfuland in'
tei-esting address he delivered there
re donclude that he "tuck" lhis head
ith him to Santue -and kept it wvith
n ~t~thing will just have to be done
~)Thw~ben like P'ullman and Deba,
The sticks which went up with ti
sky-r)ckets of reform will soon bog
The State reform executive Cor
mittee not in Columbia on the 101
to consider 'irtiportant matters."
Hoi. John Gary Evans is aoad
the other candidates for governc
He has a poet laureato in Aiken.
A nephew of Senator Butler is et
tor of the Cherokee Advocate, tl
Colmubia Register of the Cheroki
S. A. Nettles, ill anl open letter I
Senator Butler, makes the very con
mon imistako of assuming that th
antis are rItunmng the senator.
The latest news is that there is t
)0 a gigantic soal) factory establishe
at Columbia. Perlhapa it will Bon
the track to the Stato house.
The IManiing Times, in showing u
the reform n 1d111(, gives Tindal'
chances clear away. Tiho idea of
delegato going itit(o a convention tol
ing double is ridiculous.
Six of the Grand Jury in the C(
lumbia Sessions presented the Solic
tor and trial justices Clarkson an
Stack for derelictioii of (uty in nC
having WV. B. Mecetzo and o11 Mille
tried for carrying concealed weaponi
on thin occasion of their recent shool
ing scrapo on the streets of Columbil
Shoppard1 ait P'arILMVIlle,
After music by the Parksvillo Coi
nlet Band, the hour haiving arrive
for the literary address, Dr. Bell ii
troduced Ex Governor Sheppard i
the following compi I men tary words
"The duty of introducing you
slpeiher for this hour has been ii
trusted to mile. In the name of thi
Comniiiity I beg to introduce to yo
as your orator a man who was once
boy, raised upon the red hills
Edgefield, and who went to schot
like those little boys whom ho wi:
address; a mnuuti who wihen a boy coul,
beat all the boys at play, but when h
entered the school roomi had no tim
for play; a man vho had scarcel
reached maturity before e. was caIlle
upon to help lead us in our struggl
to rid our country of the carpet-ba,
'ger and scallawag; a man who servei
four years inl Ihle legislature, was the,
elected Lieutenant Governor and al
terwards Governor; a man agains
whose public services I have neve:
seen or heard in adverse criticism;
mean Ex Governor John C. She
pard, of Emgelield."
Governor Shepplard atepped to thi
front, and in his usually gracefu
manne) r expressed great pleausurIeu:
onl being ab1le' to visit Parksaville, an,
still greater p~llesure to beamr suel
nice recitations aind to seo such man
fest interest ini edlucational mattert
lHe comp1hilmeted the boys and girl
v'ery highly, and said that ho didn
com~o to talk philosophy or politic;
but, came to give a plain talk to boy
girls and parents. He said ho iv
impressed with the play, "A Scho
Fifty Years Ago," for, said he, "Ul
work of fifty years ago was the wvoi
of brawn, but the work that confron
our boys and girls of today is ti
work of brain." llo comnplimient<
Parksville as being cognizant of tl
fact. '-What is it that drives bo'
and1 girls away from home? You wi
not do it by blows or harsh words; n
far from it, but that we may do:
though umnconsciously, b y not provi
inug to feed1 and niourishi their moneit
aslF wenll as moral beings."
After considerable ad vice along (I:
line he took up "Our Country'' as h1
subject. llo said he "abho~rrod tl
poessimni.t." The mana is anusc
yeO, hna enemny to ouri advanicemnet
who is aliways wvhiningta hr
notngbt poverlty and starvati<
ahead of us; that there is nothing f
the young people to hopo for. V
have the greatest, coutry onl the fa
of this globe; our resourVces begg
descriptio~n. If all the peoploe in ti
United States were put in Texm
then the Lone Star State would ni
be as thickly nettled as France, y
the IFrenchm all live. Think about tI
and gold, stored in the bowels of tl
earlth by a beneficient Creator. Thiu
of our exports of food produllcts, an
who cani help exclaiming, wonderfi
are our resources! Hoe then toucho
upon01 thme inequality of the distributit
of money, showing that we have onl
ini South (Carolin a about. $12 por capit
whereas in M Iassachuiisetts they hmav
$182 per' capita. Ilo said that thi
state of things suggested ser
th ought iith reference to the remned'
Gov. Sheppard closed amid the cheeri
of thle en tire audienc.- Nows on,
Thle reform clubs are to have
meeting on August 4th1 to elect dela
gates to a county reform coniventioni
At this meeting a vote is to be taker
to ascertain who the choico of th<
members of the reform faction is foi
governor. It is, therefore, very im
portant that every member of a clul
should lie out at the meeting. Whor
the cluibs instruct their dolegates, the:
should also ta a vote to ascertaji
the club's second choice, in case theil
first choice cannot win. If Tindal it
the first choice of Clarendbn count3
the delegates elected from the counts
conventon will stand by Tindal ii
the State' convention . ab long as h
remamns in the race. But shjould h
find himself unable to capture th
prize, and withdraw from the rac<
t lhe delega~tes should be instructed a
to the county's second choice. Thi
is wvhat wve call getting the sentimoni
of the neonin.-Maninrg Times
1 ANNUAL REPORT OF
J. T. YOUNGBLOOD,
Treasurer Pidkens County, S.0,
4. iTo his Honor, the Presiding Judg' 4f Geleral
sessions and Common P ts, July ''erm, 1894.
Schedule of Claims paid from County Funds
for the Fiscal Year Commencing November
Ii. 1, 1892, and End ing October 3, 1693.
30 Dr W T Field 1 2000
J W Lawrenco 1600
Elbert E Perry 247
11 A Itichoy 12020
J 11 G Melaniel 6430
0 " " 5620
.y T Youngblood, agent 1450
- W Lawrence 250
0 EIbort E Perry 6286
.J T Lecwis & son -tab
Elbert E Perry too
WV Ii Bryant 200.
.11 U Mc Daniel 5910
" "4 4630
go " " 46 68
J T Youngblood, agent 6600
W% A Palmer 16 4b
WV 11 singleton 27 50
P A Htunnicutt 12500
J V Lawrence 21900
Elbert N Perry 23265
O 1 Field 19170
J T Youngblood, agent 1600
W It Bryant, county auditor 28600
Hi C Markley 1288
F3 Elbert H Perry 120
It A itiency 19810
t J 11 U Mc Daniel 241 18
.J K IKirksiey 10000
Win Calhoun,Jr 065
W A Palmer 500
.11! ; McDaniel 33 40
K ir Grilin 3935
.1 A Itobinson 8 00
(; T liutchins & Co 875
C N Wyatt, M D 1000
11 N Jones 800
Josse J Lewis 24 50
S ) Stewart 2500
James M Porter, T J 1250
T C obinson " 81 76
r " " 5000
J ; Wyatt 1250
R Robert. Stewart 1200
Elbort I Perry G00
- J L Thornley, Jr 200
W 11 Pickens & Co 8800
E A ltihaon 31 00
JD MorgaMx 800
0 P1 Feld 400
Daniel Winchest.r 3000
1) A Ailgood 3852
J K Kirksey 400
-Elbert E Perry 200
H1 A Itichey,ex-shariff 171 15
- " alsig 4350
- 4 2160
- 4 1250
- 36 6 00
t JBNewberry 0
at " "1200
J M Stewart, 0 C V W 87
Ll 11 A Itichey, atig 21 78
a" " 13280
" 6 J9 50
f W Earle 2990
WY T MeI'all, assK b250
"6 "1 " 780
1 Walker, IEvans & CogsweHl Co 88 10
J T Youngblood, court of claims 1 44375
J1 E' Iioggsi, asasg 11 52
e M WY lester 1183
J A Ilinitoni 329
. J T Youngblood, agent 8031
11 B lleidricks, astig 128655
y S N Wyatt 1695
E E A Lewis 2290
Allen Mauldin 4395
0 J 11 Mauldin 13 44
T. liowen 41 20
Allen Mauldiin 400
J T ChastAin 500
It l Perry 2300
E lbert EI rry 6700
A li Kay 4600
Rnbert Kl.sksey, M 7 23 00
t Kirksey & Osborne 300
It V Farr 640
Margaret Edens 1000
[Elliott Williams 1400
() P Fields 98 00
.1 V Lawrence 4200
W M lIagood & Co 6000
Jess' J Laewis 12 50
3 IRobert 3K trkaef 34 50
.1 T' Lewiss & .Son 3 55
4.. W Earle, M 1) 8625
-.1 11 U McDaniel 71 70
.1 ii Looper 18 95
E C) Looper 1 10
.' J T Uhildress 3700
itJt Childress 1600
L. 10 Chilress, assg 1 50
S ii A rtlchiey, assg 0250
T C Iobinson o50 00
llagod, ruce& Co9170
J M33 stewart, C C P 13874
hiagood, liruco & Co' 18906
J, H3 Newberry, P J 8366
JS W opkins 68 10
DAGiklsra> 9 00
o)1 J TI Youngbiood, court claims 162 340
J1 UHlogga, asag 3200
0C L liolli ngsworth, sg 1836
LS hlagood, hiruce & Co 117 18
IVW 11 Bryant 26001
l W T Mc 1&, assg 4590
"6 "6 66 2' 30.
10 6a 66 81 50
" "T " 18 00
J1 T'1 Youngblood, court claims 15301
WC liramlett, asa elo4 00
Walkr, Eans Uogswel Co15 25
it, WV T1 Mcteall, assg 1000
1 T 1 Younigblood, court claims 770
- P 1) Gilreath 1070
ai '1 J W lirock, asseg 8 90
WV N ilughses 600
Ill) Garvin -93 75
18 Wm i antd John llunter 2500
.iJTndJseJLewis 17 68
18 . IV W arle, M U 209
| 1)D Stewart, T J 7600
10 ' I)DSiungleton.,assg 1225
C; WV WV 1 liright 17 52
*W J1 fl en 3 30
Lt, (4 WI Mculanahani 20
ISW D)lendricks 6601
)3) WI 4. WV llardt 227640
Ct M(Gravley 600
IV' M liagooud 600001
0.113 (4 Meianiel ofi15
(O P Field 3 90
30 WV Ii Childiss 9 10
la U Perry 3001
-r 1 W L awrence 2000
10 J T' Youngblood, Cot3it claims 25701
J1 B Boss 19 I5
5', 4) i Wyatt M D 4 00
itobit Stewart 8 00
M (ilies ile 8 0
ot 11 C Markley 10839
10W Ili ryant 801
.1 1 T ountgblood, stationary 4 00
J. T Y Ioungblood, stationary 1201
E F Perry, agent 700 00
10 M F hlister 2 71
1-.1l)horroughs 10 00
J .D3 Smith & Co 40 10
d Rtobt Stewart 1000K
Wi T Me FaI, asag 186 4
(1 "' "6 668
66 66 10 00
)6 " 6" " 20 57
.a~ C E Itobinson, atty 38 141
W W/l 1F linight 70
g~ ( W Earle 42 00
"6 " 40 00
8 J3 T Lewis & Son 2091
. " 6" 6" sang 200
68 " " 1172
-1 J LAmbler, assi 2200
W xi Jones 800
J1 11 (1 McIaniel fi 30
W N Ilughes 285
66 " 13 40
% 8 M Perry 1-p65
. J M tewart, CC P 33 4
1' M Morris 10 36
N M Maddenl 885
) JUECox 200
J1 J Lewis, aseg 200
M4 Gillespie 5,000
-7 J R lazenor 24 13
R obi Stewart 10 00
) J1 ( Strlbling 71 00
"6 " 4 00
aeo l1endricka 73 00
6J A Robinson' 2 00
lilt Hendricks 3500
lagood, lIruce &Co 520
11 A Richey
J 13 Nowberry 29 00
JS Wilsorn 220
J ,1 lioggs, sig 38 86
Jesse J Lewis 90
-Walker, Evast & Coggwefl Co 66 00
0 J3 L Uiarnett~0.
W H Ashmrore 200
, na itCey$
n on& 40=
R' L PErvy 26O~L6
Vmps Freuifa 83
R LPerry 1250
R L Hallums 3000
Martin BItge 6000
W a Jones 4000
L Jones a500
J A Baker
W N Hunt V 00
Ja Richardson 2000
W N Hunt 1250
Emmie Hendricks 3750
J A McWhorter 14 50
J B Sisemore 300
Myrtle Dorrough. 3i 50
Ran Glazenet 3750
Nettle Chastain 3750
B J Williams 61 1g
Elijah Theyer 2600
Mary Clide a7 50
Lizzle Maulditt 17 50
T J Herd 2250
W N Hunt S2
" " 1031
"s "6 1024
61 49 28012
"6" 22 98
" '~ 2315
Jn Or Vatis 750
Frid Williams 87 50
0 T Miller 3750
Corrie L Mclieth 3750
T A Williams 37 50
Prof M 8 Stribling 500
. "6 2500
Mary Kirksey 3750
J L Mullinix 3000
J A Mets 3750
J D Evans 4000
J M Williams 3750
J A McWhorter 2304
I3 J Williams 47 9
Jno O Davis 3750
T T Hughes 5000
Eula Griffin 3760
Mary Allgood W 0
E L Hughes 3200
Lida Bowen 75(
Myrtle Borroughu 750
John 0 Davis 7150
John D Edeng 750
Fred Williams 750
Jas Raies 125
Jas Ricnardson 0 75
T J .wen 00 00
PS Little 8750
Snlle Mauldin ;150
Emma M Walker 2N 76
" s 8 50
U F Smith 2600
ioster Lewis 37 5
C T Miller 2601
C M1 Garrison 1o (0
John 0 Davie 2300
T J Herd L 00
J A Baker 300(
W N Hunt 1500
Fred Williams 2500
Jae Richardson 20 2
J U Simpson 25 0(
54 0 20
R L Perry 3765
Minnie Morgan 2304
W H Jackson 11 26
J A McWhorter 250C
"6 "6 691
Eula E Grittin 25 04
Myrtle Borroughs 81 5A
WI H Jackson 1604
J E Lobby 27 5
W JCrews 50C
IV F Hendricks- 3
W A Hlaker 1100
Rosa Lewis 375
J F Craig 316(
L 11 Ellison 2500
J A't~J0 All O1 51506
J Mi Wi lame 784
is 0i 1710
Lanta Lewls, 2s00
Kate Lewis 315C
Lena Bowen 36 J0
It T lallums ;SW 00
Mattic Kay 2 5)0
* 8 Little so X)
C L Craig 37 P0
A G Ilowen 20 0
Elijah J Thayer 37 ,0
Frankie Robinson bb so
Andrew Bramlett 0 00
It L Jones 2 00
Josle RobInson 2600
cwr Miller 1176
John O Davis 7;0
Tama Dalton 1b00
C T Miller 500
Jae 0 Seaborn 65 50
W J Bright 250J
John D Edens 2000
S W O'Dell 535
" " 1282
F VODe 6ll
T T Hughes 600
T U Spencer I 0
Carrie Lelly 7500
E F lDepriest 18 1e
J A McWhorter 1500
T OAllgood 6600
Mary Klrkaey 6000
Nannie Klrksey 7600
TV M Eirod 40 00
Ida Sutherland 25 E
Prof M1 S Striblinlg 55-00
Ihan Glazener 26.00
Jas ichardsonl )9 00
Mary Bowen r5 00
WJBogga *14 50
Nettie Chastaina 2's 00
Mary Ailgood 75 00~
Ge.orgia Bnggs 8 25
Minnie Kirkney 84 50
AG0Bowena 20 25
P P Machemi 21 00
Jennile Rosemond 25 00
J D Thumons 25 00
Chamblin, Bop'oa & Co' 7
F V O'Delli
J E Parsons
J F WVells
C L Craig
W N Hunt
Lida Bowen UI
'1 0 Allgond 25 0(
W M Rlichardson 81 2~
T 0 Aligood 12 o.
A B William, 14 Of
Wm Elbs 22 71
WV D Garrison 8 0(
Nettle Chastain 25 ot
Warren Martin 4 7,
Martin Boggs 50 0(
J H Brown 2 31
J A Robinson 4 9(
G W Maddox 7 5(
Chamblin, JBoggs & Co 9 6(
W M Richardson 63 22
W W 19 Bright o 4C
40 a 171 00
04 4 174 00
e, a 215 0(0
IF YOU WAN TO BUY
Goods Cheap for cash, como and see m0. I
ami at Lewis & Son's old stland.
Good Molasses 25o per gallon. Sugar
Syrup 300 per gallon. Miuscova
do MolasseB 40o per gallon.
Many other things: Sugar, Coffee,
Lard, Tinware, Glassware. I also
havo somo Patent Medicine which I
will soil at cost for the cash.
If you owe me on last year's accowint
come and settle. I amnDeeding money.
I didn't moan to mako you mad when
you bought the goods, so come arid
settle and let's be friendly.
W. O. BRALETTs
It always reliefreg when properly
appried. Sld by all druggists.
Price 2G eef. ?tepared by
T. X. L CO., C, M, DEMP1EY,
Manager, 230 M~ain St., Columbia,
8. C. Ask your drugst for it, and
have no other,. C, N. W3(ATT, Agt
Rtait anina Uy,
r. . D Lewis, tf Atlanta Ga., had
"Orte dYspPsl5a. phyualotm136 anid all other
remedies failed to cure i . Ho tied Ty.
tors hyspep ia Resedy, and attorwards
writes,. "The filrst dose gatve tolief. I te.
ominend it as the best dybe 1s-a fec
ever discovered I have gaiueu ach sico
using it. I voluntarily recomnitd it to all
sufferers with stomach troubles." For ild
by drnggists at 50t. Ver bottle.
"Mrs. Winlow's foothtng
Syrup, for Children Teething," softens
the gums, reduces inflammation, allays
palu and cures wind colic4 250. a bottle.
TIHE 1TATE BOARD OP BIEDICAL
EXAMI1NERS will mneet In Columblat
S. C., on Tuesday, October 9th, 1894, at
10 o'clock, a. in. Ali persons intending to
r.ractlce Medicine or Surgery, in this State.
who are not Registered according to Law,
must appear before this Board.
W. H. NARDIN, M. D., -
Ch'n. State. Brd. Med. Ex. 2
C, F. MOAHAN, Sec. and Treas.
Eodektienda Arhicat falve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Sores, Ulcers, Salt R1heum, Fe
ver Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or
no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. kor
sale by W, T. Mc~all.
Motrls sells dynamite, caps, fuses
and blasting powder cheap.
LEE P. ORR,
Freeman Building, Pickens, S. 0.
Am now ready to do all kinds of work in
my line. Instantaneous process and finish
ed in latest and most popular styles at
lowest prices possible for first class work.
E. It. MURRAY, J. E. IIOGoS,
Anderson, 1. C, Pickens, S. C 4
MURRAY & BOGGS,
ATTORNEYS AT IAW,
PICK ENS, S. C.
ILL & WELDON,
122 Main Street. GREENVILLE, S. C
Clas given every mhursday and Friday, and
teeth extracted w thout pain. t
R. J. IP. CARLIStAE,
Office over Westmoreland Bros & Duke's Drug
ljanS9tf GREENVILLE, S. U.
J C. FIT'GEMALD,
GREENVILL.E, S. C.
Over Westmoroland Bros'. Drug Store. All
worke denlargemnent,, < n od pict r.. to an
pie n ,htrapolors, crayon, ladia ink, oil and
Around the mnan that
thinks that moderate a
Whiskey drinking will
not hurt him! c!
~'UtME~R RINKS' E
Are delightfully refresh-"
ing and can't hurt AN Y
They are everybody's
Drinks and Everybody a
shouldf drink themi. b
?' Best of Every thing in DRUGS 1.
$3 SHOE NOQeKIN a.
S "*2.4j*?. 80Y~ssHOOtSH0E2. 10
Becaese *sue ne lags u ea ncues , a" n
ad'vrie hoes in th worg esn uate
e t o you aga~P
prices atd hmiddleman's profits. Our shoe
ear caeu orksf stle, eay fitti ugverysf
ayoher make. Take isoth aistitut. I yoan
dealer cannot supply you, we cand Sod by
W. T, McFaIll.
(PItDMENT AIR LIML)
Itoute of the Grent Vestituied
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tv Atlanta 0 tIUe 12.0) N'n 9.
Atlanta n time 1.00 pin 1.0
Noroross ............ 10.3 pC
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Gainesvilo-:." *318om 1121a
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Cornlia. .....................45 a
Westminster. .. ...... 1.21 Im p
S ee c~a . . .. ... . . . . . . . . . 40 2
Vantal ... ..4.43 pin t~
ftenville .... 5 30 pm 3.00 StA p
Spartanburg.. 6.22 pm 4.01 &G&4.11 pu
Gaffnys . ............. . , s
MIaocsbiarg.. ...11 pmt 4.0 a 5.10
- as tonia....... ......... : ..a0,
harlotte. .... 8.29 pm 6.0 am 0.40 pa
kr. Danville ...... 12.7 -H43 am J.40 a
r. ~Emond.. -m --i
sIlngton . ~~~s p
Baltin'e P.R.R. 8.20 am 11.6 pm.
Philadelphia.. 10.46 am 3.00 am .
Now Yor...1 1.3a 6.U auk
Ves.Lim r'st Mal
Southward. No. 37. No 85. No. 11
- Daily Daily Daily
ov Now York P.u.n 4.30 pm 12.1 n't
Philadelphia.% 6.66 pm y Am
Baltimore..... 9.20 pm 9.42 am.......
Washington...: 10.43 In11.01 aml
"Richmond ..... ~2 .1.0 n
Charlotte ...... 9.3 am 10.0 via so.n'
Gastonia...... ......... 1 .26 pm 1
King'sMount'n .......... ..... ... 1
" Blaoksburg.... 10.41 am 11.05a.m 1 pa
Spartanlpsre.. 1 X3 am WOA 'in 2.30pz
" Greenvilao..... 1 8. pM 1.62 am 4 pi
"ontral........ 1.1 pm 2 . m .20
Sonooa................... 3 ap .43
.Westminster.. ............ 6... .06 pm
" Toccoa ........ ...-.-...... 3.40 am 6.45 pm
" Mount Airy ... .......... .......... TAg ptu
" Cornell&a....... .......... .......... 7.36 pm I
Lula --. ...... .. ...... 4.2 am 8.0 pa I
Gainesvilleo.... 8.31 pma 4.0 a 6.80 p
Buford...... .. ... ...... .......... 9 .0
Noroross.. . ....... 9.e pq
Lr Atlanta E time 4.5 pm 00 arn 10A9 pmn
r Atlanta C time 3. pm 0 %1 9 Wa
Pullman Car Service: Nos, 35 and 38, lich
2ond and Danvillo Fast Mail, Pullman Sleeping
ars between Atlanut and Now York.
Nos. 37 and 38-Washington and Southtwebtern
lestibuled Limited, betwon Now York aid
tow Orleans. Through Pullman Sleepers be
iteen Now York and Now Orleans, via Atlan.
s and Montgomery, and also betwech Washing.
Dn and Memphis, via Atlanta and Birmingham.
Nos. 11 and 12, Pullman Sleeping Car between
tiohmond, Danville and Greensboro.
For detailed Information as to local and
IroUgh timo tables, rates and Pullman Bleep.
ig car reservations, confer with local agents,
. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK.
Gqn'l Pass. Ag't. Ass't General Pass Ag't
WABINGTON, D. C. ATLANTA, GA.
J. A. DODSON, Superintendent, Atlanta, Ga.
V. U. GREEN, J. M. OULP,
Gen'l M'gr., Tramo Sn'gr.
WASH1INTONf, D. C. Washington D.C.
Fine fat mackeral, three for 25c. at
har to the Knife in the.
lest Fitting Clothing and Shoes
iat money can buy, we also
Tovide for those who can't
fford to buy our best goods*
nd here are some of the prices:
Boys' Knee Pants from io
Children's Suits 50 ents, 4
) 23 years. Better ones for
1.00, and lneal Good School
uits with two pair of Pants
Men's Extra Strong Work
g Pants 50 cents.
Men's and Boys' Black and
ancy Mixed Sack Suits fronm
A thousarid pairs Fan c y
lixed Socks, for men and
>ys, 5 cents a pair-good
Jecans Dravejrs 25 cents.
!G BARGAINS 1 FINE HATS!
We are selling Hats Way
own Below their Value,
ANCV COLORED 5UI1475
We were fortunate itr aecunring
ri dozen fine Negligee Shirts at a
ewderfuli bargain, and we are going
uell them~ at prices Diuer heard of
E3ur prices are pritnted fn plain
iros on the ticketa of our garments
I they are inflexible,
WVe will dnnorfully rettirti the money
all uhsaitisfaetory pur'has1
F. . POE & 00.~
REENVILLE, . S. C
COLUMBIA & GREENVILLE RAILROAD4
Mbinuel SNofteer, F. W. Huldekoper an4
Retilen Foster, Itecolvers.
Udfidensed Soh#dule In Effect June 17, 'f9d
Trains futi by 75th Meridian Timo.
GY. Charleston .............. 7.1 a ii
Columbia .....................:.. 40ana
" ro rty..... .............; P.. 2.6 M
(.Newberry ............ ............... ril.l0 p m
kr. Odnton ... ( xS n ..........,. .g~i '~M
" Laurens....(Ex Sun) ......... 1 3.0p
N.. . .......... ...
wreenwood .. .... ...... ........., t. o g
"Anderson. . I ........ . as p ua
'Snoa.... ... ............ ..40- -
" Wahalla -- - .
i Atlanta.. .............1i p
"TATIOs. . Dly.
V. Walhalla .................... 9.38 a '
" o o a. . --...... . t............ 10. S no
LI. W anha ' . ..... .. ....... 1.16 i t
Senec.b..... .. . . 0 and
1 dli e n ...... . . ... 2 i
Butonbr..r -......... ..... -... 21.9 pm
.. a.. r -................... ;;..... 2.16 pi
U- - - F*har e .. ..t-: :;:: .:.:::: : ..:......
Between Anderson1 Ilolton, and GrenvUle
No.i11. I STATIONS. N I a'
10 p ".-. W lam to .".'. ..' . . '
.3.......... ...Pozer... . 1 08a
J6 p. mn Ar ..Grenvll...' I. . 0i.1.
lohmsond aiid Danillet n. j;
(Bodtw6ert Columbia and A~hovillo.)
.. ---- --- - ...
Daily. Daily. I 'ArOS Daily, Daily,
. i. No. 16. S I.. No.16.1No. 14.
.sa.r. Lv Charlestob.r. p
...7.00 a.mVLv Jack'vile Ar10.l5amit.. .
-.-..1.45a. " Savannah......... ...:
(1.30am 5.10 a.m;Lv.ColumbiaAr* 1.20pm 3 55pm~
12.10pr 6.60 a.m ".Alston... "12.3&p 3.10pm
1.20pm 6.53 a.m" . .Santuo... ." 1.80lpm 20p
1.S5pm 7.10 a.mI". Union. . 111pm 1.40pmi
2.13pm 7.30 pm" . . Joneaville " 10.48pm 12.40pm
2.25pm 7.43 pmn" . Pacolet... "A.pm 12.tprM
2.H0pm8.0 p.m1Ar Spart'bg'Lv 0.0pm tl.45am
3.512.5 p. m l SartbgAr.0n I 1.0ama
20p 2p.m .....Ar Asheville Lv7.0n 8.40am
N6sU and 12 nrc solid trains bet ween Charles
ion and Waehalla.
Trains leave Spartanburg. A. and C. divinfon.
1rthbound. 4.01 a. ., 4.11 p. I., O.22 i. (Vs.
libuled Limited I; souhbound. 12.57 a. in., 2Wp:
ii., 1l.87 a. mn., (Vestibuledi Limited); weat.
bound, W. N. C. Division, 8.15 p. d. for Hender
inville anud Astevillo.
Trains .av GreAnvfl1f.e'. and C. DivistolI
iorlhbound, 3n am.,3.05 pin., and1 1,80 p.fn.,tVes.
Itbulod Limited); .out53ound, 1.52 a. m., 4.10 p.
2.. 12.28 P. mn., (Vsotibesld L .tiited).
Trains loave Seneca, A. Aand -. Di ion, north.
bound, 1.4 a. a and 35p. min. southbound, 3.0
,. m. and 5.45 p. m.
Pullman Palace Sloeping Cars on 'Trains 8
tnd 36,37 and 38, on A. and C. Division.
Trains 16 and 16 carry Pullman Slooper .E
iween Jackeonvillo e.t Hot Springs.
W.I. GREEN, mOL HAAS.
Gon'l Mgr, Traffio Afgr.
Washing ton. D. C.
i . E. McB EE, Gen' Supt., Columbia, S. O,
W. A. TLURK, S. H. H.. RDWIC
Gn'l Pass. Agt., An't Gon'l Pass. A g t..
Wa .hgton, D. C. Atlanta, G3.01
ATLANTIC COAST LINE h R
Wilmington, N. C., June 21, 1894.
Faltane between Charleston and Columbia
mnd Upper South Carolina and Western North
.3arolina and Athens and Atlanta. Condensed
Joing Weost. Going Eat
No. 52. STATIONS. *No. 63
7.5am.Lv Charleston, S. C., Ar.8.4pm
I E0a.......Ar Columbia Lv. 4.20pn
'9.29pm...... .....roperity...... ...3.2pm
l.43prs.........New berry......... 2.9p
W.30pm ...........Clinton.... .'pmi
3.02pm. ..... .....A bhv ille ....... ....12.40pm
5.08pm . ... C CeS L.4am
8.30pm. Charlotte, N. C. . 930pm
4 33pm............. rson......n ..111Cam
5 5p ...-. ...G en ie......10 15am
250pm...;..... . prtanibuig........145am'
5 16pm.. endrsonville, N. C....3am
*Diaily. Nos. ut and 53 solid trains between
,harleston and Columbia, 8. C.
Ass't Gen'. PaS.enger A ent
.R. KENLY, T. M..EMERtSO1N
Gen'I Manager. Traftic Managef
Very best appte vinegar, 25. per
F YOU WANT 1'0 IIY
GOOD PIANO, ORGAN
R SEWING MACHINEl, GALL
IN US OR WRITEr
3reenville, S. C.
dose am - .
PI4 CE 60 CENTS PER BOTTE..
3631 0F VAIVA~It INFORMATION Fill.
FOR SALE BYO OGlSTh.