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W. W. F. EnroiTr ditor.
most of the country schools will
be closed beforo this is in pi-int,
s01110 will close for the want of
uids, son1i0 )causeo the childron
must onter the fiolds to help har
vest the crop. Some have been
hindored oin accoult of pic-lics,
visitiig, oxcursions, mountai) par
t.jes,writiig scliools,singiiig schools,
protracted meetings, &c.
Is thero a romody? Are we not.
required to teach writing in the
public schools? Have you done
your dutty? Havo the trustees
porformed theirs? Have they vis
ited your schools and said that
you were giving jistruction inl wri
ting? Did the patrons furnish the
pupils with slates and pencils, pa
por, pens, and ink? Is your house
and furnituro in such condition
that you couldl uso thom? Is there
plenty of blackboards, and do you
iso it? Who is to blamo in this
Would it not he botter to have
the public schools taught in win
ter tlan ill sulillmer? Think about
it, talk about it. Thore is likely
to be a change in the time of ru)
ling the public schools ill this
couity froil an1y tim'i) to it cortlail
Coirso of stuidyi for the public
Schools of ihe State has been Soilt
or lhanided to most, of the teichors.
It was adopted by the Stato Board.
Sept. 7, 1893. W\hat do you think
abioul it? Have you any objections
to the plan outlined-if so, speak
(ilt, this colIuo n11e15eds youn?
TI'ustes m11 m1aiki ug oit their
Aniniuaal poj)rt will n)o)t report 1)11
pils enIrolled ait, thiri I schools where
more11 than11 One white or colorod
se1mo 1a1s 1i1,n taught ill their
dist rie . Do)ble enrollmnt is not
waited uniless parties so dosiring,
voluitarily pay (ou)l scho tax.
It is not the illtetion of th law.
nor is it jllst Ill(] right.
Teaichoers 111 rel(jlested to make
out their reports an(I get tiristeis
tof ma11ke out pay warran1 Its and1( send~
to this oflic4 at. once1. Blusiness is
Tleachers wishinog to teach ill the
11dia 11c1ols,good salris,should
apply U. S. Civil Service Coniunis
Bioni, W ashington, D). C., for detaul
- d inistrutitions, niotic1 -.ed 1tim1 of'
Th'le next school iited wals the
Twelve Mile Cross Roads, colored,
taughtI by A. (G. Boweni. who, if hie
accomllpl ishes anyvth ing hero, mu lst
he a very good1 tea'lcher. TJhe locwa
110on of the house and1( its condit ion
is such that we can find nothiung to
point to with pr'idO, and( say, go
thou anud do. li k(wisa'. (Caninot thle
trusteos and( pautronis get a more
suitable location ainda betterhouse15
before tile beginning of another
At Concord ini numbe1 "r 29, we
found J. G. Seaiborn, with a rat her
small (enroll1men)t . O n aiccounlt (of
the l imited nlumbeir (of te'xt-h ooks a
part of his t im was dev Ii".oted to
b)ook-making on1 the board, anid it
seemed to be a sulccess.
At the Mile Creek school we
found Miss Alma Kaiy teachuing in
at teniant house~ on M r. D)avis Alor
gaan's pl1ace, near I the celntre of' the
A t Parsons' 0 rovu in tile samen
Sdistrict we found1( Miss Nannio
Kirksey in a new house, not yet
completed, which we understand
is to belong to the district. The
teachers at both schols seemed to
be very much initorestedl and1 thle
pupils wvere progressinig.
At Gap Hill, i nber' 42, we
found J. 8. Ilimes, of Newborry, a
Clafflin mnan, in chargo, and wve
think the pupils, so far as he is
concerned, well-cared for, but, if
it was an old leg house about 16x
S20, with a bad floor, a leaky roof,
SWithout a window or a shutter for
the door, wo would say nothing
about it in this column for fear
tat- the patrons might think we
jwished their children hetter cared
for, or that the patrons of some
oter school might think we were
binting at them--yes, it mfight got
uto the papers, and that would
At the Keowee schol WQ found
~.VE. Barton, who was quite
ithmetio, and we do net think
Sschool suffioient for want of
tn 'on. The house used is the
So .Ohurchi which if completed
pul ek an excejlent school
ous 30 4Jf4he school was run in
ite ight be a union of
sti rer Imen. Namp.
Headquartre ofll aQfeated Caun
didates Association of Union coun-1
t.y . Santuc, F.>C., Sept. 8.
To the Hion. Samps Popo, Nowbor
ry, S. 0.
Having just noticod your roan
nounconnt ats a candidato for
Governor, I horeby oxtend to you
my hearty sympathy as prosident
of the Defoated Candidates Asso
ciation of Union county, and as I
ropresont about 1,111 sworn in
membors who aro pledgod to do
my biddings, I fool safo in assur
ing you their royal support and
sympathy, providing, however, you
can offer suitable inducoeinnts as
we aro very anxious that some of
our members bo placed on the
Stato ticket. I would advise you
as a spocial friend to correspond
with the prosidont of difforont
county associaitons and advise
them1 of my actions.
A. C. LYLES,
President D. 0. A. of Union Coun
Very Initeresting lItanuer neceived.
SAVANNAH, 6A., Sept. 11.-A
Hpocial to the Morning News from
August a, (Ii. Says: It is the I
mor(ld leIo to-dity ill railroad
circles that G eorge Van derbilt,
whoois so man111y tholsallds of
acres o l1111d inl North Carolina,
is aboti to enter the field of rail
ro111d building ats a1 mloans of get
tini some1 of his timber to market.
The line which it, is said he will
build is from KInoxvillo to Ander
son, S.0., Via Walhalla. A large
part of the line is already graded,
and hiould Vanderbilt. build the
road it, will dlecrease tlie (is
aince hoftweeln Cilciilati 1111d thln
Smith Atlantic coist ovter one
Ii1n(rid iniles. T e road, ti
gether with the Knioxville, Cum11
h14rland1( Gapl & Cincilnna1ti railroad
atid the Phlort Rtoval &k Western
Carol ina, will give an air. lino fron
Cincinniati to Auguista.-''he News
The lFairgield Indepoendentis K ichj
Oust or the Party.
Winnsboro, Sep1t, 1..-S peeinl:
ho antis iild it coIven1tion here
Io-day which Nas largely attend
ed. J. W. ian1ahan was elected
president, .1ohn Hollis vice prosi
dent, and J. M . Stewart secretarv.
Resolutions11 we4re adopted callinig
upjoni D~emocrats~ to "redeem" thle
TIhie foldlowinig were elec ted as
(delegates to the conIventioni which
ineets ini Coluuiia on thle 17th
.Iinist T. \;V. \odwar, . M.
WV odw~ard~, C'harley Smiit61, 'T. \A'.
SIlih, W. Tr. McfCrorey, leranik
of Staiite ticket.
A county' I ickot was nominated
as follows: Legislature, A. E.
D~avis, EC. G. Palmar, D~aniel Hall;
Judge of Probate, D. A. Broomne;
County Supervisor, John Hollis;
Treasurer, John Craig; Auditor, R.
V. Bray; Supervisor of Registra
ion, A. M. Wallaco.
A resolutioni was adopted mak
ng an appeal only to Democrats
o) vote for the ticket, which means
hat the negro is not to ho called
iplon. At least that is wvhat it
ooks on its face. A county cani
'lass will he mad1(e, the (dates t~o be4
[muegeton Agatmaest the sessaar
Boston, Sept. 12.--Attorney
.ieneral Knowltoni toi-day apli ed
to Judge Barker in tho Supreme
Dourt for a preliminiary injunction
to prevent the American Sugar
Refining Company from doing biu
siness in this Stato until it shall
have filed its financial return with
the corporation commissioner and
paid up certain forfeitures as re
quired by the statutes. The At
torney General said he did not de
sire to enjoin the trust against
buying and selling sugar in Massa
chusetts, but only against manu
facturing it. Judge Barker took
the case under advisement.
The Farmers of Waco, Texas,
are taking stops to hold their cot
ton seed until the oil mills offer
better prices than at present.
Last year they received $15 .per
ton, as against $7 this year. They
can't stand both low priced cotton
anid low seed, too.
Three negro boys asleep on the
track of the South Carolina and
Georgia Railroad near Aiken, S,
C., wore run over by a railroad
train and killed.
A cotton mill, to cost $876,000,
will be erected at Gaffney unext
spring- Books of subscription are
[Suicc~essor to Bates & Ferguson,]
Carriages, Phomtons, Surreys,
VEbIIICLEi'S, of all kinds, IIARNE SS, Rob~es. SADDLES.
COLLARS, BIDESole L-eather, Shoe0 Uppers,
Shoe Fi dings, aby Carriagecs, Goat WA gons
Special Agency--Columbus Buggy Co's Elegant
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g o n Manufacturing
Co's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
facturing Co' Columbia Bicycles.
.orioisI Bup WRn mid WHIC88 0188 lil Illo SIaIe.
Green~vIlle, S. C.
100 BEWSTR BUGIES
[~ieesort Bte &FcgSewen Ppe
Carrage, P aftnSveeFyue
COLLRSB I IDESSol tr Smehte UL1ead in.
Shoe Thudeid Oil andCTurientimeoLonN
Vrehiesci, KetcyWagin Pricfatsr!
Wefacturin Cor Couiae Bicycles
peret. Now~y W~ii in iis youotneli e rl an the sted
to uy.Com inandprie. emets ndlat'erile Paris
GREENVII LE, -N--LS., S. C,
We Make The A Best WAO teSUH
(3-. VVadboo SrrieiS r
reau seSeweAr Pipe,
byano oogStove oFlue,
DRESSE LUMBERMLAY -
C7' ou 00ie nisi 'at saeadde, Lon,
We a ct urorur 2 Stoc to~ thN baemnt wihane
percen. ow yur t ne onLauPrens Street abotakne~ d
buy. Cofact fromi ourCiOieiae a, Pth' ra f heWae
wilho ue les i ove d ('clldrwiter
134reuenviot WLL COU. ATING,'89.
GRENVHTAtil tat - imc flyP PerSOQI3f8
Arno frIN , &Ce.kohushl
"' reb llat e o em ais <.liueston, reoves 104
25 PER CENT BELOW FIRST C08T!
Now is the time to buy Clothing
for your Boys. Can give you a
No, 1 Suit for $1.50!
Call, got 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 w elj taken
care of, Will pay eash on delivery
Apply to GOW El & GOODLETT.
.iaich 22. Greenville, S. C.
W E~ have just. received our STOCIK
OF GOODS for' the present
season, which we offer at the lowest
We keep constantly on band a
good1 supply of
BACON, FLOUR, SUt0AltS, COFFEES,
MOLASSES, TEAS, HATS,
D)R Y G 00OI S,
iiA RDIWA RE.
Also, FARM~Elis' TfOOLS, alnd every
hig neceded for Fang pupss
A. G. WYATT
Esley, S. 0.
If',Yout Want Anything
OSCALL ON ME.
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Gro
and a full line
of Farm Sup
I can give you a lowv figure on
Flour andl Farming Implements.
*IOHN C. KAY is with meo and will
be pleased to have his friends call on
J. E. ROBINSON,
E~asley. S. C.. Feb. 8. 04--1v.
Cats IfCCi o
Mani m ol Ouasv
Rio. ~ ST a, 1o Bug.12at
No.0 Top Buggy. Maanfae.
Speeent. ofr for e.I
mtaep. to pay po"tago
or, ir * wagon. Aae W. B. Pf
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE.)
Route of the Great Vestibuled
OONDENSED SoH EDUL 01 PASSENGEn TRAINS,
In Effect August 1st, 1894.
Ves. Lim F'st Mail
Northbound. No. 38 No. 30 No. 13
Daily Daily Daily
Lv Atlanta c time 12.00 N'n 9.00 pm 8.00 am
Atlanta E time 1.00 pm 10.00 pm 9.00 am
Norcros...... .......... 10.37 pm 9.44 an
" Huford .................. .11.0 pin 10.20 am
" Gainosville.. 2.15 pm 11.31 pm 10.54 am
1,"1la........... .......... 11.53 pm 11.19 am
Cornelia....... .......... ....... 11.45 am
Mt. Airy ...... .................. 12.10 pm
Toccoa ........ ....... 12.45 am 12.40 pm
Wostaunstor . ........... 1.21 am 1.14 pm
Seneca ........ .......... 1.40 am 1.35 pm
Central..... .. 4.45 pm 2.10 am 2.05 pm
Greenvillo .... 5.30 pm 8.00 am 3.05 pm
Spartanburg. 6.22 pim 4.01 am 4.11 pm
Gaffneys. . ... . ..... 4.42 am 4.53 pm
" Ulack.sburg 7.11 pim 5.00 aim 5.10 pm
King'sMouut'n .......... 5.23 am 5.35 fm
Gastonia...... .......... 5.46 am 5.58 pm
Ar. Charlotto. .... 8.29 pm 6.80 am. 6.40 pm
Ar. Dainville...... 12.27 am 11.15 am 12.40 afn
Ar. Rili f nond .. .2Onii 4. -U G fe~~
ArF. Wasiiiiktion, 7 3i am 8.30 pm .......
" altimVe P.t.n. 8.20 ain 11.35 pm .....
Philadol phia .. 10.46 am :.00 am ......
New York..... 1.23 pum 6.23 aml. ...
Ves.Iim F'st Mail
Southward. No. 37. No 35. No. 11
- ___Daily l~v_ 1)aily
Lv NeW York P.It.11 4.30 pm 12.15 n't.,.,
Plilladelphlia. 6.55 m V.20 a ...... -
i-atimore.... 4.20 pm 9.42 am.....
Washington.. 10.43 pimj 11.01 am ..
"Illihmsoid. .15 a.m 11.40 in' i-2~6am
Danle. ... .43 un5.5b p;ni .00-a
" Chariot to.. 9:33 am' 10.50 pin 12.20 i n
." Gastonia ...... ......... 1126 pil .1.02.pin
Kintg'sMount'n................. .1.25 pm
" Blacksburg.... ,10.48 am 12.% a.m 1.50 pm
" Gaffncys .... " ..... . . . 2.05 pm
" Spartanburg.. 11.37 am 12.57 am;, 2.50 pm
Greenville..... 12.28 pin 1.52 an 4.10 pin
Central........ 1.15 pmt; 2.40 anj fi.20 pm
Seneca ...........- 3.01 am 5.45pi
Westininste............ .......... 05 pm
Toccoa ........ .......... 3.49 a i .45 pin
" Lount Airy ... .......... .. ........ 7.35 pil
Cornelia.. ..... .......... .......... 7.38 pm
1,11u1a..... .. .... . ..... .. . 14.42 am 8.05 pml
" Gainesville.... 3.31 pm1 4.59 am 8.30 pin
" Buford ...... .. .......... .-. ..j . 03 lim
"Noreross..... .......... ......~ 1.39 pmn
Ar Atlanta E t1une 4.55 pm~ 8.20 am, 10.30) pnl
Ar Atlnn C tim :3,55 pjn 5.2.) ami 9.30 im
Puillnman Car Servic: Nos,.i and! 313. Itich
mond andi Danvlle ivast Mail. Punllmns S1Lcoping1
Cars btweeinom Atlanta anid New Y'ork.
Nos.3:7 tad 3$--WaVsingt on indO Sostivestern
Vestibusled Laimnitedl, betwecen Now Y'ork and
Now Orlean... T1hrough [Pullmsan Sleepers lie
twen New Yorkc andI New Orleanis. v'ia At lans
ta andl Montgomssneryv, anid aliso bet woo \Vais hng
tion alsO Mepis~ats,i~ via At lanta andl IHrs~irmiha.
Non. It anid 12 l'uilima'n Sleepig UM-5 bein
lilehmond. Danville am i0geeso.
Fordetile inormtiot s to' local' and
through t hinte tabies, rates and Pullmn Sleep
Lng car5 rseurvartins, confer witha local agenats,
or addrtless --
Gen'l P'ass. Ag't. Ass't Gener.sl Paess Ag't,
W AxssNGTroN, 1). C. ATL.ANTA, GA,
J. A. DOD)SON, Suporintendlent, A tlanta, Gas
Gens'l M'gr.. Trrame Mn'gr.
W Asusi NuToN, D. C. Washington D.O.
NEU0YRK RAOKET IORE
Al Tremndous Lot of .
lNew Silur Boos.a
CHALLENGE ANYBODY ON PRiCE8.
Lace~s, Emnbroldceis, Tnuertlon Si lks anm
Silk Tfrumiings, Silk Alitts, Silk Gloves
.Umubrellas. and Parlms Fants, Lat~is' ami
.Gensts Relts, Collars andi Cnffs, (ients Hats
latest styles; lSheets andi Shirilng, Me'n.
-Summier Undeirwear, Lawns, Cnrtainsq aim
Quilts, esuff Holders and Scarf Retainers
Tooth Brulshes andi Shavinsg irttshies.
Large squantity of Sea Islandi at 5 ('ents a
-yatrd-and manty other thinigs too tedliotti
- Kemsembsler that, J. H1. Martin is with me
ands carries a fitll1line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, and will exchange for country
J. M. RAM PEY.
Itasley, S. C., May 24,11894.
Has recvd his Stoclr of
Best Styles and Latest Pat
erns--Come and See Them,
I pay the hsighest p~rlees for
And will sell you Coods8 in exchange at thse
Remembeu1)tr that I keep everything lin the
Groceries and Dry Goods.
J. E. Brown,
Mny .v Cenutra n
U PR EEe
nons, Wagoy ".tto
0 . Gua
ON Msen,'a - e
s23 0 inge
]0to NO5.7M, Boad W&g016
B and FLY NETS. Elkhart Bloyele. 28ne
ith order. Send 4e. n oe ntl tos ells
a 112.-rpoen ou pnool tubg le op fo
IATT, Sec'y, ELIKHART, IND.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
Condensed Schodule, In Effeot Aug. 1st, '04.
Trains run by 75th Meridian Time.
Lv Charlestou....... ............. 7.15 q
.Colunjbla............................ 11.40 ai
A r.. ro rity..............................55 p in
r O r y--............ ............ 1.10pm
Ai' Clinton .:..(Ex Sun)...............2.35p m
Laureng....(Ex Sun) ........... 8.10 pim
:: nwo N~OyI.............. ...2 v i
NHodges x.......................... 2.16 p nr
-----... .... 855pm
. ...... .......... I m
"Anderson............ .........83 p in
" 3eton................ 15.45 ami
W.Alilli ... 6.15 pift
".. nt H g .............. ................ 10.30 pin
. _"_re n wo d. _... . _. ... ... ... .. o. 12.
Lv. Waihalla....................... 9.36 am
Seneca ........... .............. .10.0 am
" Andrson .. ..................11.15 am
" Neolt r .n ........................ 11.45 am
Ar. Donald.s it ....................... 12.1opin
I.Ar Clumiaoo........................... 14.15 pm
"Ninety-Sx... ................ 1.32 pm
'L ateennrs (ox Sun) .......... G e i lm
.11.tn (x Sun) ........... 11.10am
N wberry .....................Ar 2.39 pm
Prospority ....... ............." 215 pm
Ar. Columbia ........ ............" 4.1 pm
1 Charleston .....................L 8.45 pm
It etr Anderson, Itolton and reenville.
No. 1. . STATIONS. No. 1 .
71). r . ..I....Andersono........Ar 12.07 pm
p. mn........ .l ck............11.45 .a
: ........ 11.4 am i"sann 4....3.a11.09 .a
- p 1. nm ... m.4... .antu .... 1.0 211.03 am
.15 p. 7.n Ar m...JGrenville. 0. Lv10.15 am
ilet-we IuI -CI(ofinnuibli% and Ahvle
N.. 1. 7. 16. STATIONS. No. 1. No. 1n.
2.50pm.. .104. nmrpa'''L1.pm.5m
3.051un -, -.1 C- m -iv % r 1et0 ' 1A r 100p, p.0t
.r0ains'f.10 at Ia tv.ColunbnAr, 1.2tn iisioin,
210p M. 0 a in1 ..Alston . ''112.3Cpal .20pm
m1.3pn'7.10 a m . tUnton. 11.0imi .40pi
2.Vipi7.80 p m . .Jon1clvill lO1.48pin12.40pm
2.25pin 7.43 1) ini" . 1'coict... 1, 10.3m121 in
2.60imn 8.101)in Ar Spart'b'gLv 10.5pm 11.5
3.b3un 8.15 p in fov SuHo'b'g A-r.O0pnl.O0ai
6.0~primI~) inAr A~mlivic Lvi 7.00piI 8.4Oain
Non. Ii and 12 are solid trains between Charles.
ton and Walhalla.
'Trainsc lcave Sparnburg, A. and C. division,
northloutid, 4.01 - . in., .m111.. in., .22 p. in., (Ves.
tibule.d TinitedI: southbound. 12.57 a. in., 4.0 p.
i., 11.37 a. iII.. (Vestibuled Limited):
bound. %V. N . C. D~i iston, 8.15 p. in. for Iled~
T eave Seneen. A. and C. Division, north
bound, 1.4') a. mn. and 1.351 p. mn.; southbound, 3.01
nt. i. and 5.45 p. mn.
. .P.LLMAN SEIWICE.
'Pullmnt Palace Sleeping Caraq on Trains 35
and 36, 37 and 38, on A. and C. Division.
Trria 151 and 16 carry Pullman Sleepers b0
tween Savannahl and llot Springs.
W. o .Y9.DIlR, Supt., Columbia. S. C.
.Wk- C.RIV 5.11. IiI RDWICK,
- Pats9s Agt. Ass'L Gon-l Pass. Agt.
- sahin,tomr. D. C. A tlanta. Ga.
LEWIS & SON.
Jut~ recaived a nice lot of
lviEN AND3 BOY$
Another lot of
All to be sold CIUEAP. Don't fail
to sco ours before buying.
JOHN T. LEWIS & SON.
. 'F Make 01tu' plac your heal(InaIrter
--- A ugust 9, 1891.
W. L. DUoUCLAS
$.SHOES TH E EST
45. CdR DOVAN
.SENJD FOR CATALOGUE
You can save onyby~i urchasing W, L.
Because. we are tihe largest manuf'acturers of
advertised shoes in the world', and guarantee
the value by-stamintig tihe nastue and price oin
the -Uditomn, .whiich protectdiyou against high
prices and( the maidd'lem'an'a profits. Our shoes
equal custom work In style,'easy fitting and
wearing qutalities. We have them sold every
where at lower prices for the vnlue given than
any Other snake. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot suppily ypyt, we can. 8o1d by
W. T. M'cFalI,-Pjqkens, 8. C.
B. F. Morgan, Central,8. C.
Fturnished on :15 da'ys test .Trial when
he proper conltriact is signecd.
If you want Win organ of ReputatL~n
Buy the Carpenter Organ.
L4OWT1 PIIIC198 FOR CAMII,
Sheet Mulsic 6 4 centsq, till June 30th,
Bargains In OROA NS now. Oallor write
W. J. Rt. S'TILES, Teacher Vocal and In
Sunemna MusIc, 31 Main Street, Green...
W. JT. B. STILES,