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W. W. F. BRIGHlT, JCarron.
Pickens County was represento
at the State Toachor's Ausociatiou
by Profe. M. S. Stribling, and A.
B. Riley, of Easley; 0 1. 0 fartm,
H, L. Clayton and W. A. Dagnall,
Trustees' SpOcial Day at the In.
stituto will be Friday. Profossor
Hughes antd Faculty will interest
them every day, but on Friday,
they will take spooial pains for
thoir instruction, comfort and on
Insttitetioss for Board of Examin
ers Winthrop Nornal College
1. Tho qualifications for becom
ing a competitor for a Scholarship
are as follows: The applicant
must be not loss than seventoon
years of age; in good health; with
no physical defects, habits or oc
contricities which would interfore
with success in teaching; and
must purpose to follow teaching
as a vocation. The Examiners
should hold the preliminlary ox
amination as provided for by on
closed blanks before procooding
with the rogular examination,
2. Tlho r o g u I a r examination
should begin pronptly at 9 a. m.,
and closo at 4 p. i.
3. The soal of the examination
questions must not be brokon un
til the day of the competitive ex
amination, and then only in tho
prosenco of tho applicants.
4. Applicants should write by
numbors and not by name, as fol
Twenty small slips of pael)6r,
with a different numbor upon each,
should be placed in a hat, and
oech applicant shouid draw tlhor6
from the slip. The slip drawn
must he soaled in an onvolope with
the a)plicant's name written on
the outside. T,1h4 applicant must
plac] hor inumbor, tiis drawn, up
on each soparato page of her oxam
ination papors. 11er inio should
not appear ipon-the papers. Af
ter tho Oxaminors have finishod ex
amining the papers, and have
marked applicants according to
number, they will opon the envei
opes and ascertain what names
correspond wi th the different
5. Every question counts "10,"
and it is possible for an ap~plicant
to secure "100" on each subject.
9. The writing of the applicants,
in their exam ilnation papiors, mus15t
be considered1 in making up the
7. T1he examinors will report the
result of the oxamination of the
State Suporinutendent of Educa
tion within five days after it is
hel,. The name of each appli
cant, wi th her average mark,
should be givein in this report.
The "Preliminary Examination"
papers should be sent to President
D. B. Johnson Columbia, S. C.,
8. Trho applicant securing the
highest general average on the ex
amination will receive the first
scholarship, wvhero vacant, and
the one ranking second will re
ceive the free tuition scholarship,
provided both secure above 70.
Where the first scholarship is not
vacant, the competitive examnin
ation will be held for the second
or free tuition scholarship, and
the applicant securing tihe highest
general average will receive this
free tuition scholarship. Those
who secure second scholarships
and attend the College will suc
coed to the first scholarship, ini
case of vacanoies, for the unex
pired time of the session.
The scholarships are now good
for two years.
JUDGE DAVID JOHNsoN IS DEAD.
Saturday night at 11 o'.clock,
Judge David Johnslon, one of the
brightest men in South Carolina,
a lawyer of remarkable ability and
force, died at his home in Spar
tanburg. Dr. J. Nott Moore was
with him at the time of his death
and gives as the immediate cause
the rupture of a blood vessel of the
Spartanburg was the pioner in
this State in Teachers' County Con
*ventions, the first Teachers's Insti
tute was held here; the: first col
lege endowed by private munifi
cence was built here; the first fe
maile college of the up country
with a regular faculty and college
ourriculum was established in tllis
*county. Spartanburg being first
in s may educational matters
desire to taks the lead~in establish.
ing a ummer home for the teach
*n.- rolma Spartaa.
Mr. Editor: If you will allow
us space in your valuable paper we
will endeavor to give you and your
many intelligent readers the pro
ceedings of the Sunday Sohool col
ebration at Golden's Crook church,
on the 80th ult. At half-past 8
o'clock, the people began to con
gregate at the church, and by half
past 9 o'clock there yras an audi
ence lof about five hundred people.
S. W. Howard, John Smith and
J. Alonzo Brown, wore appointed
as a committee to prepare a pro
grain for the day. They prepared
the following one which was most
efliciently and decorously carried
out. The first thing was for the
.Golden Crook school to file in rank,
and give the Ro-union school ia ro
coption, that boing the only school
that came boar'ing a banner.
The Golden's Crook school, the
Re-union school, and the Fair
View school then joined in a march
of twenty minutos. After which
they assembled in the house, and
Rev. T. F. Nolson led in pruyor.
Prof. J. C. Garrett then arrangod
the class and led in singnig for 30
M1fr. T. C. Robimson was then in
troducod to tho audience and ad.
drossed tho schools for 35 minutes, 2
in a most lhddblC edifying and in
structive manner. Every on that
did( not avail themsolvos of this
address lost a treat.
Ion. B. J. Johnson was then
called on to iiako an address. Mr.
Johnson said that he did not come
p)repared to make an address, and
bogged to be excused-but after
being insisted on ho arose and ad
Irossod the schools for about twen
by minutes in an explicit, pleasing.
ind feeling manner. Mr. Johnson
ipoko with the grace of God in his
ioart, and narrated the duty of the
:)arents in regard to sending their
3hildren to the Sabbath school.
An intermission of one hour and
thirty minutos was then given for
linnor. Right hero wo will say
that if anybody wont home hun
gry it was their own fault, for wo
think every buggy, cart, wagon,
and may be, a whoolbarrow or two,
contained a basket.
At half-past 1 o'clock the audi
ence re-assemnbhd in the house.
Mr. WV. HI. Bryant arranged the
class, and lod the choir for thirty
nunutos, followed by Prof. J. M.
Looper for thirty minutes.
Rev. T. P. Nelson was then in
trodu~codi and hold( the undivided
attention of the audience for thir
ty miuutes. Mr. Nelson is an ox
poerienced man in the S u ni d a y
School work and can give some
Prof. E.~ M. Bold ing then led the
choir for thirty mninutos, followed
by Mr. WV. If Tompkins and Rev.
R. W. Nolson for thirty mmuts
each. Everybody went home sor
rowfully that such an occasion do
not come but once a year at tihe
There was a copious crop of can
didates present, and don't you for.
got it. J. ALONZo BROWN.
Testimanoials of 8.... Parties who
Have Purchased Orgaus frens
Aiexanderv Bros. & Co., Green
ville, 8. V.,
Greenville, S. C.,
Alexander Bros. & Co., (Groenynlle, 8. C.,
Gentlemen: The Cabinet Grand
Piano, Kranich & Bachm, I pur
chased from you have given entire
satisfaction. To any one that de
'sires a first class instrument I can
heartily recommend it.
J. A. McCULLouOn,
Greenville, S. C., Feb. 29, 1892.
Mr. M. L. Alexander, City
Dear Sir: The Kranich & Bach
Baby Grand which I p)urchased
from you about fifteen months ago
is p)roving very satisfactory. It
has boon in constant use since that
time and is as good to-day as it
was when I bought it. I heartily
.rocommended the Pianos to all
who wish to purchase.
Vory truly yours,
Mus. J. M. KE~NNEDY,
Teacher of Music.
Greenville, S. C., March 8. 1892.
Alexander Bros. & Co.,
Greenville, 8. C.,
Gentlemen: I am strongly averse
to giving testimonials of any kind,
but in justice to you I feel bound
to break my rule.- The Piano,
made by Kranich & Bach, which I
purchased from you several
months ago is a beauty in all ro
spects, and I am delighted with it.
I would quote the remark of a lady
professional pianist of Chicago,
which ox prosses more than I could
write. She said: "I consider the
Piano one of the best Ilever played
on. Its tone is rich, yet very
sweet, and the action is just per.
foot. Faithfully yours,
-E. A. Gonrow
Prop. Windsoi flot.
EUGENIE Fo IBATES,
. [Successor to Bates & Ferguson,]
?arriages, Photons, Surreys,
FEHICLES, of all kinds, HARNESS, Robes, SADDLES,
COLLARS, BRIDLES, Sole Leather, Shoe Uppers,
Shoe Findings, Baby Carriages, Coat
Wagons, Cirl's Tricicles.
1pecIal Agency--Columbus Buggy Co's Elegant
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g o n Manufacturine
Oo's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
facturing Co's Columbia Bicycles.
Largest Buggy, Wagon and Har83ss House iim the State.
Coach F ctory,
GREENVILLE, S. O,
100 BREWSTER BUGGIES !
Oheapest ever Offered..
Ne Make The Best WACONS in the SOUTH.
EH. C. Markley, Prop'r.
G'r. W. Sirrinie. Supt.
Great Reuctiile, Drains,
We have utStovericlse,
toby4oei n Firicrick
To bu. CoTALL, Manr c.Cnet n lso'Pr
CD &SEIGIo ALABrSeanE
EBTite anintns tebs
134 Ma~ SreetStove FlueNG
DSSED iLUdBTRe, MOLong
Ume, Poforlnd8 &C.Rsndl
C uem iens ad Plaser adrs1
Chiiutotrce , impr heroved l-ae
* OAVWAT f.~~oth isiter (c ad thn oints, the bet
DESON AT DRESIlSED tfLUMERyOUD
~ o~cs~g~a~~our o o the basemenMwith an en9~
trneo arns Streaoutahuse
fact frome or oma the rer of thlare-loi
I, / j. ~ ~re vil le, th . c.t , a rchgs n 15 v,'18 .
ceea f bi, an0cro u malara G thooenuine.
26 PER CENT BELOW FIRiT COSTI
Now is the time to buy Olothing
[or your Boys. Can give you a
No, 1 Suit for $1.50!
Call, get prices and be convinced,
J. C. ROGERS.
At Lindsay Walker Stand.
No. 90 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Feb. 15, 1894.
200 Cords of good Tan Bark.
To be delivered this Spring and Sum
mer. The bark must be,% ili taken
care of. Will pay cash on delivery
Apply to GOWER & GOODLETr.
March 22. Greenville, S. C.
W E have just received our STOCK
0OF GOODS for the present
season, whieh we offer at the lowest
We keep constantly onl hand a
good supply of
BA CON, FLOUR, SUGARS. COFFEES,
MOLASSES, TrEAS, hA TS,
D Rt Y G 001D S,
Also, FARlMERS' TOOLS, and every
lung needed for Farming purposes.
A. G. WYATT.
Easley, 8. 0,
If You Want Anytinfg
erCALL ON ME.
Dry Coods, Notione,
Boots, Shoes, Gro
and a fuli line
of Parm Sup
I can give you a low figure orn
Llour and Farming Implements.
JoHN 0. KAY is with mue and will
>e pleased to have his friends call on
J. E. ROBINSON,
Easley, 2, C.. Feb. 8. 94-.a.y
ELKART SARRIASE a
No.37. BurreyBarnoe, me a sell for 41 to
S37* 50, 60Db a0So sold M
lt $10. rarm We
1kar. n D 1i
No 34. Top nuyagf. MAUr-e.
tame tP P, o p ona
No.A Farmagon' Addre W. B. PR
(PIEDMENT AIR LINE.)
Route of the Great VeI.bued
ATLANTA * OSARLOTAgR4 g
0omNbsanD senOUDrU o1 pAgaSgNx !isha,
In xifoet aw1 is%, Is*&.
No)thbound. A'. su180 No. 1
LY Atlepta 0 time i N'1P.4 pn
"Atfnta a tm 100.pm.. ..
" Gainsvle.. .1s
r. lot...... . .... .
P .. ...4 . am
tvNwitork P.~ .0pI1.
" l D rtI or ...... ...
"cn- Ric 9i........
" D a nv ilo ...... . ~~.5 '~~
i Charlotte...... 95 m 1
"r Gasitonia...... .. ... 1.6p 1.41
Ar o nt'tn n . . 0 . .p
VCLm ket M
southwar. No. 37. No . . .No. ..
- Patly I aily Daily
Lv w lor 4.0 M........
"hiornelhia .. pm 7.20 M .
Baltimore. 9.0 Pm 9.42 am
Waabington... 0.3 Vip tx.
-Rimond... -i L12 afnii J.7
" ufond....... . . . --. -- 9,03 m
Cbarlottv ...... 9.5 am lob on 1.
GaN r on s...... .. .....,. . . . a
Atntral i1 20 a1 . . pm
Pullan Carg. Se.ie No* 35an 3, P
:: fny ~ .... ......* PM' :4
mod e aai
Coarell............ PM 2
(lalneaville: :. t vA m 1Cti
carsbeee Atlanta andj Y~ork .
Naos. 37 and 38-Washing tem ad southwesteyn
Vestibuled Limite4, between Ne~w York apdc
New Orleanp. Trwouh Palaan SIe pe be
tween N~ew York Anzd New Orl'ne , a Atlan
Ia and Montgomery, and also betir~a Was, ilng
ton and Memphis, via Atlanta and )ifmindh nm.
Nos. 11 and 12, Pullman Sleeping Car between
Richmond, Danville and Greensboro.
For detailed information as to lcl and
through time tables, rites and Pulgpan Sleep
ing oar roservatibns, Confer wvith local agents,
W. A. TURR,. P. H. HARDWICKC;
G9n'l Pass. .Ag't. Aest lGeneral Pass Ag'
W Asuzwato1, D. 9. ATLANTA. GA.
J7. A. DODSON, Suiperintendent. Atlanta, 0.
Gen'l M'g~r., ~an 'r
Wassartoroq, D..C Washinag snb
N[& YORK BACKET SIORE.
Al Tremendous Lot of
New Siller Gools.
CHALLENGE ANYBODY ON PRICE8.
Laces, Embroideries, Insertion Silks and
Silk Trimmings, Silk Mitts., Silk Gloves,
Urnbrellas and Palm Fans, Ladies' and
Gents. Rtelta, Collars andl Cuffs, Gentst Hats,
latest styles: Sheets. and1( Shirting, Me'us
Summer Underwear, Lawns, Cnrtains' and~
ilt, cff oldrs ndScarf Retainers,
ohrushes and Shavinu Brushes.
Large quantity of Sea Isandl at 6 (oents a
yard--and many other things too tedliousq I
Komemb.er that J7. HI. M'artin is with me
and carries a full line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, and will exchtange for Country
J1. M. RAMPEY.
Easley, S. C., May 24,11891.
IRan received his Stockr of
Best Styles and Latest Pat
erns-Come and See Them.
I pay the highest prices for
and will sell you Goode in exchange at the
Remember that I keep everything I|in the I
Groceries and Dry Goods. I
J. E. Brown,
May 5. Cra.., 8 n0.
Id HARNESS F1ft
si .I8...oft. n
to 650. Guarateed
rre ,S to5108o0 No.?81,Surrby.
on ,W agotte
.eb6 toest No.7, eoadWao.
CN& e nsSheueinEfcttn 1$26@~
tLve at.....la .
Co5 lia. &..REE....LE.Ra.R0a
" rospenbn.. or, eceier .
Cr odesed...h.d..e..n.Ef.e..Ie.1n p, egd
rains n by 5t Meridian)..... e..3p
and~ No.r 13.
LCareon...........n.....-......0 p.1 i
-A....nton......( ...............62.0 p i
Grono .................... .56 p
Anderson.. ........ ..........4.3p
... n... ........ .................5.40 pn
Wahallad ..----111. ...:................06.p
Transrunby75t Mri~n ie.~i
Lv.~ Walen ..7
..Wsgeea........................... 9.35 P
r nd ra .......,................... . 0. 0 pm
-1.lton ............. .....4 am
LAr ni........sun............[.lop W
L.Abbeville. . am
Hodgos........ -......... I l2.3pa
Greenwood. ................ 12.56 pm
iNinoty-Sil ...... ............ .82 pm
"Laurons (Ex Sun)-.--.-...l04 am
" Clinton (Ex Sun)-.-............I 1.10 am
": Newborry.---- ................ 2.39 pmn
"reriy ...................... 25 pra
Ar. Columbia. . . 4.15 pn
' C arlsto .................... 8.4 .pgm
-etween Anderson, Belton 'and Greenville.
Daily. ST I Daily.
No. 1. I TATIOS. INo. 1I
8.08 p. i Lv......Andrson.......... r12.Q7pm
4.05 p. i ".........elt.n........." I. 45am
4.26 p. im "... .Wil.a.ston........ ll1.09ama
4.31 p. n..m.......r.--......... 11.0Sain
5.15 p. m Ar ...Greenvill-......L.. 10.liam
Richmond and Dativille R. RI.
(vetween Columbia and Asheille.)
Daily. Daily. *I Daily, Da
No. 13. yNo.. ..STATIONS. I No. 16. No. 14
L.a.mn..[.s ivChartston .r........'0.45pm
.......7.00 a.m.Lv .acville Aril0.1. . ....
........spi..... Savannah 5.80...... .
11.30am 510 aCo aLva.u.umb.aAr1.20pm 3.56p.
12.10pmn 5.50 am" . .Alston... "2.3pm 8.10pm
1.20pa 653am ..Santu . .-...11.l~pm I 2.00pm
1.55pmn 7.10 a.m ".1Union..i1.0pmn 1.40pm
2.3pmn 7.30 p. 4 ..Jonesville "a.48pn 12.40pie
2.2-,pm 7.43 p.m " . Pacolet... "1.38pm 12.21pm
2.50;,m 8.10 pum Ar Spartb'g'Lv10.05pmn i1.45ami
3.05p 8.1? p.p m In SLart'bg Ar0.00pm 11.30am
.20jm .0 p.m 1. Lv .n.40a
Nos. 11 and 12 are solid trains botwoen Charles
ton and WValhala.R
Trnins loavp Spartanburg, A.~and d. divisiona
nor thbound. 4.01 a. mn., 4.11' O.~m., 8.22 p..mn., (Ves.
tibuled Limitedl; southbound, 12.57 a. in.,.0p
in., 11.37 a. in., (Vestibul...Limtitedi-ws
bound. WV. N. 0. i vision,'8.15 p. m. for Heonder
(ony ill and Aah 'ville. .
- Trains leave Grconville, A.~and O. Division,
northbound. 3 a. ...0 p.m., and 5 No p.m., (Ves.
tibuled Limited) .souithbound .. . m.,'4,10 p..
i., 12.8 p. m., (estb Limitd
ao Sneca A. and C. Div sion, north
bound. 1.40 a. mn. anid 1. . in.; southbound, 8.01
a. m. and 5.45p. m. :n . .
Pullan Pala'ce Siee'pirg Cars on Trains 85
and 0, 37 and 36, on.A'. and C. Division. . .
Trains 165 ad'6 carry Pullman Sleoper be.
tween Jacksonylleo and Hot Sprinsl . - .
W.60i H. 1REE '. - -- S Oatb'L 1HAAS 1.5a
Gen'l Mgr,. Traffle Mfgs
-.6p ' W1 sin p D. t~ ctbgA o. prl3
B E.ge .i Lu b 18.40.
Gont Pss Ag.,Ass's Gen'1 Pass. Agt.
Smith c Smith
Is the Place for
Split Bottom Chairs,
Coffins and Caskets,
Day and Night.
Telephone Nos. 64 and 38.
Night calls will be answered by Tele.
>hone No. 88.
SMITH & SMITfl;
03 and 65 Main 8treet, Greenville, -8.. a.
H ere is the 'Place
To Buy Your
If you wat value rOeeved for your
3onley. I d1on't have to be .under
01(1--if you don't believe it~ come
nd( try rne. I have some PUY[RE.
LPPLFE VINEGA R, at TL WENTiY
ents per gallon.
I have F L 0 U IR,- MOLASSES,
UGAR, C OF FE E, CANNIS
IOODS--and lots of othler thlings
ou nleed, that wmll go very cheap for
f ypou like Mackerel, try mine,
I' you like White Fish try
F you chew T obac co, try
you smoke Cigars, try min6
W. C. Bramnlett.
Jtme 12, 1894,