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W. W. F. BRIGHT, ETo
EDUCTION IS A NECESSITY
NOT A LUXURY."
The Auditor will soon furnish
the Chairman of Board of Trustees
with a list of polls returned to him
in each school district. The law
says each Auditor shall make out
and forward to the Board of Trus
toes of each school district within
his County a correct list of the
polls roturned from their respec
tivo districts. Tho school trusteos
shall examine carofully said list
and report to the Auditor as soon
practicable, the' names of all per
sons who shall have failed or nog.
locted to make returns, and it shall
be the duty of the Auditor to enter
upon his books the names of all
persons thus reported to him by
Boards of Trustees."
There are a number of words in
the English langaugo that con
tain all the fivo regular vowels
though it might puzzlo any one to
think of one at short, notice. The
following may bo given as exam
plos; education, reputation, rogu
lation emulation, perturbation.
mensuration repudiation. Besides
those, there are soveral words that
contain all the vowels including
the "y," Of those we may mention
rovolintionary, elocutionary and
unquestionably. The word indi
Visibility may be noted as a poculi
ar word, for it contains the lotter
"i" six timos. Mississippi and
Tennessee are each spelled with
the use of four difforont letters, al
though one contains eleven lotters
and the other nino. Cchnapps, a
word of one syllable and eight lot
tors, contain but one vowol. Thore
are no words in the English lan
guage of morn than eight syllablos.
Of thoso containing that numbor
wo mIIay nention in incoipreihen
In the following stanza the only
vowol enploy(d ik the lettor "i."
Thrie subject is.
THE AP (W~i Ol 'VNINO.
Idling I sit in this mild twilight,
Whilst birds in wild, srwift vi.gil:4 cireling
Light winds in sighing siuk, till, rising
Night's Virginx Pilgrim swims in vividl
"I beg your pardon'." With ai
smile andl touch of his lhat, Harry
Elmond handed to an old1 man,
agamnst whom ho had accidentally
stumbled, the cano which he
had knocked from his hand. I
hoped I did not hurt you. We
wore playing too roughly."
"Not a bit," said the old man.
"Boys will be boys, and it is best
they should. You didn't harm me.
"I am glad to hear it," and lift
ing his hat again Harry turned to
join the playmates with whom he
had boon frolicking at the time of
What did you raise your hat to
that old follow for?" asked his
companion, Charlie Gary, "He is
only oldGiles, the kuckster."
"That makes no difference,"
said Harry. "The question is not
whether he is a gentleman, but
whether I am one; and no true
gentleman will be less polite to a
man because he wears a shabby
coat, or kawks vegetables through
the streets, instead of sitting in a
counting house." Which was
AFTER ALL, WHAT IS EDU
I remember the sneer of the first
camp)aign, that Lincoln had only
'six months' education.' It was
wrong; it should have boon "six
muonthis, schooling ;" he had only
that but he was the host educated
man of his tinme."-McIntyrc.
* Shakespeare's hack of oducation
hns often heen referred to. It is
said that lhe knew a "Little Latin
and less G4reek; that lie did not
know the classic writers. And
some one replies that, what was of
great moment, the classic writers
did not knowv Shakespeare.
It is a current remark about a
clans of people who stand out from
their fellows because of great pow.
- o r of thought, skill in using fac
lties and depth of experience but
who have had little schooling, that
they lack education.
The Greenwood Loader says a new
paper will soon be started in that
place, by W. W. Thomson and S.
P. Britton. There is nothing like
opposition in business, especially
- the newspaper busines--it takes
:money and brains to run a news
The ShowiS Made by the Dis.
The report of the State Dispen.
sary for the quarter which ended in
Feburary is being printed. There
are some interesting figures in the
report which were not given in the
newspapers when the document
first appeared. Thoso figures are in
regard to the profits made by the
Dispensories during the quarter,
vand show how much revenue might
%ccruo to tho cities and counties if
tho law wKas given a fair showing.
Tho total not profits by the Dis
pensarios in operation when the
quarter closed was over $41,000.
It is believed that next quarter will
show profits of over (50,000. This
amount will be indopendant of the
profits mado by the State Dispon
The following figuros give the
net profits of each Dispensary in
the State for the quarter namod.
Half of the amount should go to
the town or city in which tho Dis
ponsary is locatod and tho .othor
half to the county in which it is lo
A)bbovillo, $2,551,14; Aikon, $1,
870,26; Andorson, $2,060,71; Allen
dale, $421.94; Blackville, $861.66;
Barnwoll, $1,063.07; Bamborg,
$681.87; Nowerry, $1,603.48;
Elorenco, $964; Darlington, $1,
089.05; Lowiodalo, $144.15: Edge
field, $1,365.51; Lexington, $181.
74; Camden, $326.55; Georgetown,
$1,315.40; Groonville, $2,826.69;
Orangeburg $1,844.73; Walterboro,
$463.79; Beaufort, $324.05; Sum
ter, $2,939.23: St. Stephen's, $275.
86; Mt.. Pleasant, $289.59; Eutaw
villo, $446.91; Monck's Corner,
$172.10; Columbia-J. M. Roach,
$1,221.51, J. Cartledgo $982.58, T.
A. Scott $1,109.25; Winsboro,
$615.47; St. Matthow's $515.74;
Manning, $1,015.88; Blacksburg,
$128.43; Chester, $1.341.91; Fort
Motto, $124.99 Charloston-H. A.
M'yor .896.40, F. Von Santon 41.
D58.48, C. F. Steinmoyor ,s464.54,
Ilonsant Hill, $31.76; Branchville,
38&65; Williston, $142.23; Kor
shaw, $422.60; R idgoway, $26.1 97;
Sumniersville, $821.20; Cheraw.
j304.12; Laurens, $605.65; Scotia,
j85.341; Ha mpton, $329.15; Lan
caster, $663.70; Jackson boro, *368.
15; Spartanhurg (iow Dispensary
Denmark, $156.67; Wagoner (nov
Dispeniary) Champain, $14.76
Eion (now~\ dispensary) Grooloy
vi ll ( now Dispenisary) Kingstra
(new Dispaary( Luray (now Die
ponsary ; total $11,$63.49.
Decrece to Sell tine Riechuond and
RIenMOND, Va., April 13--Judge
Goff, Bitting in the U. S. Circuit
Court to-day entered a decree for
the foreclosure and sale of the
Richmond and Danvillo. The
style of the case in which those
proceedings wero taken isthe Cen
tral Trust Company of Now York
against the Richmond and Danville
Railroad Company. The salient
feature of the decroe, as a modifi
cation of the one presented to the
court are as following.
The report of the Master Conm
mnisionorgromains subject to excep
tions for thirty days and all ques
tions of priority are left open.
Separate sale is provided for in the
case of all the Washington p~roper
ty which, according to the decre
as origionally drawn is not under
Mortgago to the Central Trust
The warehouses, wvharves, and
other property at WVest Point are
loft out of the decree. as are also
$1,000,000 Piedmont Railroad first
mortgage bonds, and all other
bonds and stocks not specifically
covered in the mortgage. Thuis
modification was not made until
Lfter there had been quiet a sharp
Trho question left open as to pri
yri(ties as already discussion andl
mot decided are that the mortgago
vais never legally acknowledged or
'ocordod under Virginia laws.
l'here are also question of supply
ines, etc. the decree contem
>latOs a sale of the road before the
irst of July, and it is understood
,hat when it shall have been sold
t will be organized under the char
or granted at the last Session of the
Messers. Thomas S. Kenan and
4I. F. Pleasants, of this city, and
d1r. Charles Price, of North Car.
>lia, were appointed commission
irs to make sale.
There may possibly be an appeal
ipon certain points in the decree
b~y the Western Union Telegraph
Domfpat1y, the Pullman Palace Car
Company and the Standard Oil
Great men are these who profit
This is The
THE LEADING STOVE OF THIS COUNTRY,
The Best S tove Ever Sold Here For The Price.
FOR SALE BY
66 Main Street, Greenville, S, C,
Dealers in everything in CROCKIEiRY, CHINA, GLASS
WARE, TIN-WARE, W OODEN-WA;RIE and
ALWAYS THE BEST [GOODS FOR THE Price.
February 23, 1894.
[Successor to IRates & Ferguon,]
Carriages, Photons, Surreys,
VEHICLES, of all kinds, HARNESS, Robes, SADDLES,
COLLA RS, BR IDLES, Sole Leather, Shoe Uppers,
Shoe Findings, Baby carriages, Coat
Wagons, Ciri's Tricicles.
Special Agency--Columbus Buggy Co's Elegant
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g 0 n Manufacturing
Co's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
facturing Co's Columbia Bicycles.
Largest Bnugy Wagon andI Hflnless House un the State.
G~reenville, S. V.
(GREENVILL.E, S. 0,
100 BREWSTER BUGGIES !
Oheapest ever Offered.
We Make The Best WAGONS in the SOUTH.
HE. 0. Mlarkle y, Prop'r.
H ats and
26 PER CENT BELOW FIRST POSTj
Now is the time to buy Clothing
for your Boys. Can give you a
No, 1 Suit for $1.501
Call, get prices and be convinced.
J. C. ROGERS.
At Lindsay Walker Stand.
No. 90 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Feb. 15, 1894.
We can, and will save you from
10 to 25 per cent. on all grades in
lever purchase anything in our line
until you get our prices, and a visit
to our Store will convince you that
HoadQuarters for Goods
In our line. See our 65c and $1.00
Cash paid or HJEs, Bi~swax &
Gower & Goodlett,
No. 102 Main Street,
GRE' NVILLE, S. '.
W E have just received our STOCE
OF GOODS for the present
<enseon, which wve offer at the lowest
We keep constantly on hand a
good supply of
BACON, FLOUR, SUGARS. COFFEES,
MOLASSES, ('EAS, HATS,
D RY GOO 0D H,
h ARDWA Alt
AIso. FARMtERS' TOOLS, nid even~
hhng needed for Farming purposes.
A. G. WYATT
Ens'.y, S. 23.
If You Want Anything
tWCALL ON ME.
Dry Coods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Gro
and a full line
of Farm up
I can give you a low figure o'n
Flour and Far minug Implements.
JOHN 0. KAY is with me and will
be pleased to have his friends call on
J. E. ROBINSON,
Easley, 8. C., Feb. 8. 94~--y.
200 Cords of good Tan Bark.
To be delivered this Spring and SJum
mer. The bark must be 'weli taken
care of. Will pay cash on delivery
Appl to GOWER & GOODLET,
Marech 22. Grnaniom 8. r.
for the Least ony,
sta tion at t to Prices vertised than an
vinced. The stamping of V. L. Dougl
arantees their value, saves thousands of
Dalers who push the sale of W. L. Dou
increase the sales on their full line of good
%"d wel b*1'e1 * ca esavge money by buy
t1aed below. Vataa.3 t" Upa uP
W. T. MCFALL,
F. B. MORCAP
ELKHART CARRIAGE ai
Rave aid to Iotna
them the omolel
$11.00 m .5gn Luge.s n
leaset ing Yehicles and
with Privneste to examnim
Pad O & relght ho
to 'rdr a
Boxing 0e* W take
spring Wagons, s3
ilo.37. Burrey Batnss same as sell for 4100 to
$37.50, as fne a mot
to $100. Farm Wa
60Milk We ons,Delhv
$37to Carte. lICmLS FQ1a
o. 34.. Top Buggy. Mauarne.
No. 1, Far
a per ceast. 0fI f'C enam
staluipe to p0a1Y pontage
No.'tr. -.irwagon. Address W. B. P
Richmond 8and Doodile Raik03d.
SA1UEL SPENCEn. F. W. 11UIFKO1F.R AN!
REUBEN FOSTER, RECEIvERS.
ATLANTA & CHARLOTTE AIR-LINE
Condens'ed Schedule of Passenger Trains,
in Effect Dcecmber 24 1893.
N''sTunounn. Ve.Iim Fas4t Mail
Et itte rn TVime. Not. 3,8. No. 36i. iNo. 12,
lhnily. Dauily. :Daily.
1,v \ thrIt.~ '.-r. 12.i0 i'i' ~.5~p2) 'ri.is)02~isi,
" (in~itlee. i1O.28an
~' Suwant, 11.0in
"~ luford. 7.26 p.m. 11.13an1
"Flowery Br. 7.37 p.m. 11.2an
" Gaineaville, 2.22 p. n' 7.54 p.m. 12.12pm
7,' Lula, 8.15 p.m. 12.35jm
" Belton, 1.00pn
"Cornelia, 1 .28pn
* M t. A Iry, 8.42 p.m. 2.09Lm
"Toc.oa. 9.08 p).ml. 2.31pi
" Westminster 9.43 p.m. 3.I0prn
"Seneca, 10.00 p.mx. 3.05pm
"Central, 10.28 p.m. 3.32pm
'g Easleya 10.55 p.m. -8.40pii
"Greenville, 5.30 p m 11.16 p.m. 4.10pn
" (Greer's, 11.43 p.m. 4.37pn
" Wellford, 4.45pun
" Sartanburg 6.22 p.m 12.15 a.m. Ii'.22!ini
"~ Clifton - 5.38pn
"~ Cowpen~s 5.43pn
" Gaffneys 1.03 a.m. 6.07pn
"Blackaburg,l 7.11 p.m 1.19an.m. '6.2pun
" Grover, 1.45 n.m. 6.55pn
' King's M.2.07 a.mi. 7.2lpn
* Bellemonlti 2.27 a.mn. 7.45pn
Ar Charlotte. 8.29 p.m 2.50 a.mi. 8.I0pn
Ves.Lim Fast Ma'l.
SoUtrnoUmo. jNo. 37. J No. 35. INo:'11.
D~aily. Daily. * Daily.
Lv. Charlote, 9.35 a.m; 10.50 p. mn. 12.00 n'n
" ellenmont, .12.27p mn
" Lowell :12.37pmn
"Gastonln, 11.261 p. mn. 12.50pim
"King's Mo. 1.19p m
"Grover 1 .37p mi
"Blackm4Jurg, 10.48 a.mn 12.05a. m. 1.47p m
" Gaf'neaya, 12.5i a.,m. 2.07pim
" Cowpiens, 2.35pmn
"~ Cliftos', 2.3Bpnm
" Sprtaaburg 11.37 a.m 12.57 a.nm. :.00p m
"(Greer's * 3.36pnm
"Grecnvi te, 12.28 p.m 1.52a. m. 4.O5pim
" Easleya .7s
"Central, 2.40 a. m. 5.2pim
"Seneca, 3.01 a. mn. 5.45p im
" Westminster 6.03p m
"Toccoa, 3.49a.m. 6.36pmn
"Mt. Airy, 7.20p m
" Bolton, 7.50pim
"Lula, 4.42 a.im. 7.52p m
"Gainesville, 3.29 p.m 4.59a. m. 8.19lpim
"Flowery Br. 8.40pm
" uford, 8.Mpm
" uwance, 9.(Ylpm
"Duluth, 9.20p) mi
"Norerosa, 9.30p mn
"Chambllee, 9.42p mn
t~r Atlanta E.T.. 4.55 p mn 0.20.a. m. 10.15p mn
Additional trains Nos 17 andii 18-Cornie
ia accomodaltioni, daiily excpt Sundl~ay,
eavea Atlanta 4 00 p mn, arrives Cornelia
1.15 P mD. Returning, leaves Cornelia 6.15
inm arrives Atlanta 8 15 a m).
Nos 15 and 16 (Sundays only) leave At
anta 2 50 p mn, arrive Cortielua 11 15 p mn
teturn in g leave (Cornelia 8 00 a. mI. Arrit o
islanta 10 50 a. mn.
B3etwven Toccoa andmi Elberton--Nos 63
md4( 9, datily, except Sunday, leavo Toccon
00 a mn andI 1 40 Pil niarive Elborton 10 55
I mn andI 4 20 p mn. Returning, Nos 62 and
2daily, except Sunday, leave Elberton 1 15
inm and 7 310 a in arrive Toccoa 5 30 p mn
aid 10'25 a mn.
Pullman Car Service: Nost 35$and 30, RIch
nond and Dannvillo Fast Mail, P'ullnan
ileeper between Atlanta andI Newv York.
Nea 37 and 38-Washington and( South.
western Vestibuled Limited, between New
(orkc and New Orleans. Through Pullman
uleepera heitween New York and Newv Or.
eans, and WVashington and Memphis, via
~tlanta and Biringhamn.
Nos 11 and 12, Pa hmnan Sleeping Car ne
ween Richmond Danvllle and Greensboro.
For detailed information as to local and
hrou gh time tables, rates and Pullmnan
Ileeping-car resirvation, confer with, local
gents. or addreas -
WA. TURK. 8.1H. HARDWICK,
Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Ase't Gen'l Pass. Ag't,
WASHINGTON, D. C. ATLANTA, GA,
J. A. DODSON, Supt., Atlanta, Ga.
V. H1. GREEN, SOL HIAAS,
Gen'l Mgr., Traff10 Maagor,
F. Le DOUGLA
i SHOE GENTLEMEN.
it 84 and $3.50 Dress Shoe.
83.80 Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
82.10, $2 for Workingmen.
$2 and $1.78 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
$3, $2.80 02, $1s75
CAUTION.-..rIf m dealer
sho at a pr' as
or says he has them with
e.ou6 the ame stampeas
.. enthe b pttom, put hi
down as a fraud,
stylish, easy fitting, and give better
v other nake. Try one pair and be con
is' name and price on the bottom, which
Jollars annually to' those who wear them.
ias Shoes gain customers, which helps to
1. They ean afford to sell at a loss proit,
lag all our footwear Of the dealer adver.
a. Wf DOUGLAS. rokt. ase,
Pickens, S. C.
I, Central, S. c.
Id HARNESS MFG. 00.
!!*ts fot *I years,
6sprout. Wo aro the
tnufacturers in Amer
liarness this way-stip
twaysl not atis c
P. Why pay an agent,0
Writo our own order.
alI risa of damage in
I to $0. ouarauteed 1,1.7681, Surrey.
Surre s, $0 to 100
.130. To Buggco,
for qt, Phtona,5G0 92
-E nu 1:a It,tu:g. $ .5
N. and FLY NETW..a
with orde.r. Hcn~i -Iv. In 1;34.InAtg.. Miob, v1ei
oll I12.pagee .41oile, bift3A tubng, d rot) forging!-.
RATT, Sec'y, ELKHART, IND.
SCoutimblit & Greenville Railroad
Samu.l SpencorF, 11. uidtkoper and
tiben Foter, Receivers.
CondenseL Scheule In ect Dc ., 2.1, 93
TrainH run 1)y '45 meridian Time.
Senot 3111ati W tirs weld.
Coulmbi D revil ailoa
.M) VA 10iii1titMoll Ar8 *.45pi
11.1e10 nen coi civela r 4.15
12.C3n Sh Abetoin E3
Tra18ins runa 5Mrian Tim.1I
12.:Irpill "i 111.4 wrlty ''2.51313
12.50pin " Newt erry ''2.39itin
M Sop enea alhlla
1.30 " clappells C1nb1 .15
'2.03imi " Alston " 3.32am
12.3pm Ar Prosperity " 12.355am3
; 2.50pma "v Nieewerr Ar 2.39aim
I .58pin " Helena ~ " 12.35am
' 1.30pm "' Chappels "' 12.56am
2.1y " Nnety-Sixt~ " 1.032am
2.37pmii Ar Greetnwo Lv 11.35ziam
4.O37pm Lv Greenwoodl Ar 12.55ami
4.20pnm " Doad'so " 12.10am31
3.55pi A r Ilel Lv 11.45ami
4.S00pim Lv Belton Ar 1.40amx
6i.25p.m Ar Wanlhalfa Lv 9.05am
5.15pm A r Gireenville Lv 10.15aum
Bectween1 Anlderson, Blton and( Greenlv111e.
3 08pm13 Lv Anderson A r 12 07pmi
3 410pm Ar . .eltoni Lv 11 45amz
4 010pm Lv Bleltonx Ar 11 30amx
4 20pmx A r Willsamaton " 11 (00am
1 4 26pmx "' Pelzer " 11 (03am
4 40pmn "' P'iedmont -" 10 48amll
11 20pun Ar G;reenviiillo Lv 10 15ahm
B Jetween Charleston, Jacksonvlle,i Savan.
nahq1, (Gohnnbia; Aiston andi Spartanmrg.
No 13 No l'a
7 15am33 Lv Charlostoni Ar 8 45pm
7 00am "' Jacksonville "' 9 00pmn
1150am."1' Savannah "' 41 00pm
5 10pmx " ColumbIa "' 1 001pm1
. 50pxn " . Alston -. -- 12 20pm1
6 44pm "' CarlIale "' 11 26pmn
6 53ipm-"' Santne "' 11 17pmu
7 10pm " , nlop . " 10 59pm
7 30pfh " - . onoavlfo '' 10 37pmn
7 43Ipm " Pacolt-. a Ip
8.10pm Ar'- Spartan burg Lv 10 00pm1
8.15pm Liv Spartarnburg Ar 9 55pmx
-11 2093h Ar Asheville ' Lv 0 50ama
Bletweeni Newh~erry, ClinIton anid Laurena
Ex Run Ex Sun
No 15, - TA-O - No 16
11 20am Lv Columblia A r 4 15pmt
1 00pmx " Newborry " 12 30pmi
1 50pm1 "* GoldlIle " 11 5p
2 15pm " Clint6n " 1T 10pm
2 50pml Ar Laurens Lv 10 40am1
BeCtwecen Hodges ande Abbeille. __
Daily. Daily. Daily. lDll.
No 9. No II- * No 10. No 12.
12 '10pm 3 05pm J, 1[(d gest 4 2.r55lun 12 25lpm
I 010pm 31 25pm11 "' Daraughl ' 2 ESpm 12 05pm11
I 15lpm 3 410pm11 A Abbovile r 2'20pm I1 50am
Connections v'ia3 F. C. & P. Ilroad.
Daily. Daily. Daily. Daiuly.
No 9, No II. No 10ONo 12
C1ENTIt A L TIME.
12 .anam 12 00n'u r Columlbia .A 3 S0pmn I I 05
4 35amn 4 00pm A Saivatnahi r. 11 50nmn 7 2n)
9 :30am1 9 010pm A Jackson1vi'e J. 7 00amu 2 25
. ~.i~ wha' -.&C I
i 3 .~ hun.I d. '2 1 ii. in., 5. 21 p
'ii ad, 52 ai ml , 3.0 0. m) 11.37
3 . iV'hu 1)3. 'II.hi-m'd); Wt' thlon1d,
WV \'. U, Digi-i. m. 6.20 p m and1( 3.10 p.
'I' a'n - leave Gr'ee .villet A. & C lI Ivis
I.., 'JrtIlhbonn, 11.16 9. m1 - 4.10 p.. m.,
'Id( 5 30J 9. m1 , (Ve'5 ibub-'d Lbitedi)~
41nthhlonmad. 1,52 a. mn , 4.05 p. mn., 12.28
p. m.. (Veat ihnied L enit ed).
TrPaIIns, louive Seneca, A. & C. Dlivision,
PUL-LMAN CAlR S~RVyrS,
35 and1( 30, 37 and 38 o ,A. & C. Divis
W7 -1. GE. E N. Gener'al Man, D 0 .
Y. E. McJBE, Gen'l Superintendent
Columbia 8, C
8 114 RD)WICE. Ass'S (Gen Pat ,Agt
W. 4. 1'URK, Glen. P'ass. Agent.
Washlngton, D. C