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Ring up No" 74 for
berry filled at any hc
We sell three bot
article for $2.50.
We carry the best
* at very lowest prices.
Win. E. PELI
AT THE RUSSELL
Will find a full line of Groc
Vegetables, Tobacco, Cigars,
thing in the grocery line cob
my Boneless Pig Feet, Columbi
Tripe and other nice things usi
cery Store. I have got the goo
~ will appreciate your trade and
filled promptly; goods delivere
you the very best goods you can
is possible for them to be sold
Be sure to find the place, the Ru
JACOB L. I
THE HONEST (
* THE BOST(
* Your special atten
following leading got
Men's Black Worsted Suits regula
Men's Good Worsted Suits regula:
* Men's Vici Kid Shoes regular
Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes reguls
Men's Nice Dress Shirts regular
Ladi-' Nice Dress Skirts (Tailor
Men' Nice Worsted Pants (Tail
$1.75 price now
Don't these goods
* your eye and favor
+ Come and see for a
.50 per cent. on eve
* with mVe. Yours foi
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any Doctor of New- 3
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ties of any $1.00 *
medicines and sell
IAM I SON,
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OLD STAND YOU
,eries, Confectioneries, Fruits,
&c. When in need of any
! to see me and try some of
a River Salmon. Seaquads and
ially kept in a first-class Gro
is and my prices are right. I
treat you right. Mail orders
I on short notice. I will give
buy for as little money as it
at and live. Come to see me.
.ssell old stand.
M-d. da-di ..
tion is called to the *
)ds and low prices:
r price $12.5o now - . $6.98
r price Sio.oo now - - $5.49 *
price $2.oo now . . $1.39
r price $1.75 now t. $.z9
price 75 cts. now - - 39 cts
made)$4 to $4 50 now $1.98
)r made) regular price
. . . . 98 cts *
and prices please
your pocket book?
rourself and learn, *
ave you from 40 to *
ry dollar you leave *
-e offering ooe.
r the least.
ware rooms e
a are still run-*
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e and weight.e
and Gieneral News
ns, When It is News.
A Lover of Danger, a Dare-Devil, a
Patriot and a Fighter.
Vasili Verestchagin. the Russian -r
tist who went down with the ill fated
Petropavlovsk. did not beuiev2 that
the iear of the torpedoes was the be
ginning of wisdom. He was never
afraid of them; on the contrary. he
was well acquainted with them. foii
he was a skillful torpedoist. in the:
Russo-Turkish war he came very nearl
losing his life by his temerity. He
was often out in a small boat after
dark on the Danube, when the small
est ripple might have caught the
watchful eyes of the Turkish senti
nels. One night he obtained permis
sion to join the crew of the Shutka,
ordered to torpedo a Turkish ship.
The dawn revealed their position tol
the enemy. A hail storm of bullets
fell around them from the shore. Here
is the account which the artist him
self gave of the incident:
"Skrydloff gave orders to have
everything ready. He took his posi
tion near the forward torpedo and put
me in charge of the floating torpedo
aft. We all put on cork jackets, in
case the Shutka should be blown up,
or in case we should fall into the
water, which would be the most be
nign consequence of the explosion.
We ate a morsel of chicken and
drank a little sherry. Then my friend
Skrydloff stretched himself out to
take a nap. and by heaven his nerves
allowed him to sleep! I could not
sleep. I scanned the water on the
Rustschuk side. 'Here she comes!'
said a sailor in a low' voice. And it
was true. Between the shore and the
great trees of the little island which
hid the narrow passage of the Danube
the smoke of the vessel appeared,
moving rapidly toward us. When she
came in sight she seemed to be ot
colossal dimensions compared to the
Shutka. Skrydloff steered directly
for her, and we advanced with the
rapidity of a locomotive. Oh, what
confusion and exciteme'nt appeared to
be on board the enemy's ship and on
shore too! It was plain to all that
our little nutshell was about to de
stroy the big ship. Bullets and shells
rained all around us. The confusion
of the enemy suddenly vanished, and,
in spite of the danger, I could not
help observing the Turks on board.
They seemed as steady as if they had
suddenly been turned into stone. The
Shutka reached the ship and touched
her with a torpedo ibe. At that mo
ment there was profound silence on
board both vessels. Quietly we wait
ed the explosion. 'Has she caught?'
asked the gunner who was crouched
beside me. 'Not yet,' I replied. 'Try
again! Let her go!' shouted Skry
dloff. I did so. Still there was no
explosion. The fusillade had cut the
In that encounter Verestchagin was
wounded in the leg, but not seriously.
In the recent catastrophe in which he
lost his life he did not even have 4
chance to take part in a fight.
He was fond of danger. On the
crest of the Balkans, while under fire,
he used to sketch the surrounding
rocks. It is said that he was a human
tariain. who wvent through campaigns
merely as an artist. That is not cor
rect. He was an ardent patriot and a
rghter. But by his death Russia loses
th greatest artist she ever had.
Paris Cor. News des Etats Unis.
Governor WV. H. Hunt, of Porto
Rico, wvas talking about legal evidence
"In Newv Orleans, where I wvas
b)Orn." said Governor Hunt, "they still
,rrate the very startling proof that
was once brought forward by a cer
"This convict had been serving in
an exemplary way a long sentence,
and in the course of his confinement
he had fallen in love with one of the
female~ prisoners. The woman return
ed his affection, and some sort of dis
pensation was gra:nted whereby it was
made possible for these two unfortu
nates to marry.
"But when the pair appeared before
the warden no proof was forthcoming~
of the death of the man's first wife.!
Though the village had been written!
t'', the letter had been returned tun
\ en d many~ womecn have a hard
tme reco gmzmg the mighty big dii
ference between ignorance and in
The Nashville, CI
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The Scenic Bat
To the North, North
Best Equipped Trains, '
Quickest Time. For rat
etc., or any information,
JNO. E. S.
No. I North Pryor St.,
Opposite Union Depot.
Two Daily Pullman Vesi
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C. F. STEART,As
Cia'lestol ani Vaste110Ca'aina Ri' CO.
Atigt BS3MAsleville S10fl sille. U
(Schedule in effect 6iugust I,1908.)
Bead Dova.) (Bead Up)j
2.46 pm.........Lv Newberry...... Ar 3.10 pm
150pm......Ar Laurens............ Lv 2.02 pm
207 pm.........Lv Laurens......Ar 1.80 pm
1 Epm......Ar partanburg.... LV201 Dm
8.40 pm.........Lv spartanburg..... Ar 10.25 a,
52pm.........ArSaluda........ Lv 8.89am
6.11 pm.........Ar HendOeonville Lv 8.05 am
7.15 pm.......Ar Ashevill......... Lv 7.05 am
2.46 pm..Lv Newberry (C.1I.&L.) 8 10 pm -
1.50 pm......Ar Laurn..........Ly 2.02 pm
55 p'v..Lv Laurens............Ar L45 i'm
2.i1 pm......Ar Greenwood........tv 12.44 pm
5.20 p.m...... Ar BAuust................Lv 70.15 am
L 46 pm......Lv Newberry (0.N.aL)Ar 2.10 pm
1 50pm......Ar Laurens..........Lv 202 pm -
2 0pm ..Lv Laurns.......-. A? 1.85pm
For further information relative to rates. Si
GatO T 1B ' e . Greenville.8 C.7
ENTWILIAMS n.e PasuA. 7
BElI TWAutatae a 8
T. K. rn TrafBe manager. 9
LUE RIDGE' RAL ROADs .
K. C. BEAi-TIE, Receiver. 2
In E1eEetJuna8, 1902. 2
anetween A ndersont a'nd WalbIha.
o.9. No. 12 titations No.11 No.9
. M. A.M P. M. A. M
3 11 9 55........Belton.........820 10650
2 48 988......Andron F. D.3..840 1110
2 45 930...andrson P.D....8 45 Il6
.. 9 25......Wet ndersonl....849 .....
.. 9 02........ .Autun......... 405 ....... .
-8 55 .......endeton ..... 411 .
.- 847...... ...Cherry......... ... 4 18 -.....
.-844.. .........Adam......... 4 21 ...
.-828..orana Junct... 48 -.
.-825......-...... eneca........... --
8....86. ..Wet Union ...... 504 -.....
8 ..... .-. Wahalla..... 509 ......
Alregular~ trains fro-r. Belton to Walhal,
have precedence over trains of same clas
ovig in the oppoite directton unless oth g
erwise specied by train order.
Willa so stopat the fxi1owing stations to
akea on and let o Das 8.
nd the West
mntic R. R.
-West and West.
superior Service and
es, schedules, maps,
call on or address
- EAST m- WEST
Ibuled Limited Trains
d NEW YORK.
IG CAR SERVICE,
te to all Eastern Cities
Fashington, or via
5, Louisville, St.
v Orleans, and All
ill points in Florida
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rates, schedules, Pull
to any agent of The Sea
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(Eastern Staii.ard Tinre.)
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2108pm Abbev' le 4026 Di
1217pm Genood 2 20pm
15p ym Ar iantons (Din'r) Lv. 2 4Uah
LO00 02 Lv Luenernc Ar40 &m
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