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W. W. F. BRIGHT, Editor.
In fatil chool D~istrict we
found Miss Fannie Dalton, in a
neat new house with a fair enroll
mont. There is no apparatus here
except a paper blackboard, made
by Miss Dalton-you remember
how Prof. Hughes told you to make
them; this one was made that way,
and it is all right.
The school at Twelve Mile had
closed when we arrived. It was
taught by Miss Virginia Ligon.
There is a new house 20x40, not
completed, but we were told that
it was the intention to finish up
In number 32 we found Andrew
Bramlott in a new house, finished
up complete, except heating appa
ratuso.which is to be added later.
The enrollment is good.
At Anthony's Fork, James Rich
ardson wields the birch, in a rath
or small but good log house. The
enrollment is rather smaller than
At the Ambler school we found
W. E. Hendricks busy with a fair
enrollmont, in a new house, that
is to be completed, we were told,
by Uhristmas. This house has
been built with but little aid from
the school fund. :
One of the most enjoyable trips
of the School Commissioner is the
visit to Rocky Bottom school. The
clear ice-cold streams, the rough,
rugged, cliffy mountains, ever
changing as you pass along the
somewhat peculiar road, keeps you
ever on the look out for the next.
T. 0. Allgood has charge of the
school here with a larger enroll
ment than usual here. The house
here is old, but hats a new roof and
other needed ropaiz. A good gra
ded road and a post-office would
help the school.
At Holly Springs we found Ru
s Ray, of B.Vclk oyest, N. C- in
harge with a good enrollment.
The house is old and with a little
;epairing yould be as good as new*
' There should be more lights to
suit dark cloudy days, and a few
9f the seats lowered so that small
pupils might rest their feet on the
floor. We found hero what ought
to be in every school house in the
county and4 u.1sod to be, ~agood
\Ve missed thie scho.gJ, at Anti
oph but noticedl that some needed
repairmng had been done on the
achool house. Miss Minnie Kirk
soy, a graduate of Winthrop Nor
mal College taught the school hero,
and the patrons compliment her
A, CQN2JpRVATORY OF MUSIC
FOR THE SOUTH.
Having been identified through
a long life with music, musical
culture and advancement in o'ur
whole American country, and hav
ing visited on musical tours. an
nually, with much, poagure,, for
the last twenty years, the southern
portion of our country, I have
been ever, impressed with the in
creasing conviction that on ac
count of the climate and the temn
gezament of the people, the terri
- tory embraced in the latitude of
the Southern States should and
will enforce the most valuable
ultirfkate development of the musi
cal and art sentiment of the United
While I have been impressed
with my convictions in regard to
musical and art education and cul
tivation in the South, I have been
aware of the fact that the real dif
ficulty in the way of this develop
ment is the absence of the proper
schools in the South for the high
est musical and art education, and
while many schools do exist in the
* South for ordinary instr uction in
music and branches of art, for
- thorough education in those de
partments the ambitious tal~ent~ of
the South has alwasbeolid
toB andeit way to h~e egnQervto
risan chools of tlae North and
Europe. Confining mysely to
Mee will say thawt the true way
out of the difficoulty, in regard to
Southern musical education, is the
etablishment of al osra
tries or a single great conserva.
tory of music in the South. On
account of the difficulties attend.
lng the acquirement of the high
est musical education in the South,
niot only have thousand. of people
in the South been deprived of
oovewed musical education of the
* high at sort, but the South has
of thousands of competent teach-.
ere that -might have been raised'
from among her own people.
Believing that the South needs
a great Conservatory of Music
where the highest musical educa
tion can be obtained-equal to
that offered in any single institu
tion in the country-I wish to an
nounce to the press, and through
it to the parents of the South and
all persons interested in the sub
joct, that I propose, with thoir co.
operation, to establish in the South
a conservatory of music, and I ap
peal for their sympathy, co-opera
tion and support in the enterpriso.
I shall establish this Conservatory
of Music at Augusta, Ga., opening
on October 16, 1894, with* a full
corps of the most competent
teachers procurable in this coun
try and Europe, prepared to teach
music as thoroughly in all its
branches as any musical school of
I pledge myself 'and reputation
to the carrying out of those prom
ises with God's help, and that
which will come form goodly
numbers of pupils and their mon.
N. B.-All details of cost, with
comploto and specific imformation
is issued in pamphlet from, and
will be furnished on application
to The Thomas Ryan Southern
Conservatory of Music, Augusta,
Ga.-Augusta Chronicle, July 8th.
A Master Stroke of Wiedem.
News & Courier, Sept. 19th.
Gen. Edward McCrady, the chair
man of the Charleston delegation
to the Straightout Convention, re
turned to the city last evening, and
was seen at his residence by a Re
Geii. McGrady said that the air
gument in the Coiven.tionA was as
fine and as earnest as he had ever
heard, the earnestness striking one
forcibly. The resolutions which
will force the other side either to
accept Populism or renounce it,
and of which bye the bye, he was
the author, were, it is true, carried
by a rather close vote, but yoster
day morning before he left Colum
bia there had been a great chang
ing of opinion on the matter, and
almost all who had voted against
themi had come around and agToed
that the passing of them was the
best thing that could have been
done. Even Gen. Butler's friends,
lie said, had come around to this
view of the matter.
The county Treasurer of Pick
ens will open his books for col
lection of Taxes, fiscal year
1894, in his office at Pickens C:
H., on the 15th of October 1894,
when the following Taxes will
State Tax, 8 mill.
Ordingy VQ,,. 3"
lO: A. Bonds,
Tast Xndebtedness., 3"
All able bodied men from 21
to 50 years of age are liable to
A special levy will be collected
from property holders in Sever
al school Districts.
I will be at the following pla
ces on days named below..
At Calhoun, Oct. 23rd.
At Central, " 24-25.
At Liberty, " 26th.
At Easley,, " 30-31.
At Cross Plains, Nov. 1st. a. m!
Looper's Shop, " lst. p. mn.
Foster's Store, " 2nd.
At Pumnpkintown, " 3rd,
Holly Springs " 6th, a. m.
Eastatoe, " 6th, p. m.
At Mile Creek, " '7th.
AL Six Mile, "8th.
At Praters, " 9th, a. mn.
At my office until December
30th at which time the books
I will be compelled to leave
each place at 4 o.'clook, p. m.
I ~Treas. P.. Co.
EUGENE F0 3ATES,
[Successor to Bates & Ferguson,]
Carriages, Phoitons, Surreys,
VEHICLES, of all kinds, HLARNESS. Robes. SADDLES.
COLLARS, BRIDLES, Sole Leather, Shoe Uppers,
Shoe Findings, Baby Carriages, Goat Wagons,
Special Agency--Columbus Buggy Co's Elegrant
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g o n Manufacturina
Co's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
facturing Co' Columbia Bicycles.
Largiest Bugy, Wlon and Harness House im the State.
Greenville, S. U.
GREENVILLE, S. C,
100 BREWSTER BUGGiES !
Cheapest ever Offered.
We Make The Best WACON9Stin the SOUTH.
H. C. M~larkley, Prop'r.
(3. WV. Sirrine. Sunt.
A REDUCED PRICES!FieBck
We are overstocked with Hiar-StilyprWitLOaI i
ness and Collars, and -will save
you money on either. We also 8el0111( lUlCliltLn
have in stock SOLE LEATH-JER, r~&M-r~nzpr ~ayrie
UPPER LEATHER, HARNESS
LEATHER, WHIPS,LAPROBES, ix. I\
HORSE COVERS, HARNESS & PI v
TRACES, SHOE FINDINGS, of
all kinds. Im frIi~~QJ~Sfui
-A full line of MENS AND Bo~~LIIUsr uun
.We will save you some money Ciiit n ~'trPrs
if you will -give us a call beforo,
you make your purchases.Cuch'inlovdol-ae
GOWER & G00DLETT,AAASNE
102, Main-Streot, Bt ht n ntns lob~
Sep. 3, 89. Geeviles~Tie, DainO~iG
ooeu'uly*200 er.0Stqrrefe t lyIpur , &Ct.La, i.
Maks agoo rof fr ear, ad ay eed Ol and Turpet nniedr, Long
one c~~~ ~ ~ ~ an & tO Wsigo Mart hurt Ryehady-mn ixe
GU AL~~pPAN os nyP0AirSoIctthhaeNT S.ih no
few gal tus. olo dak rd fm etri o Ol1 a t th ar 'oste dare
andwil as fr eas.TR I. COeet alaserPais
Sept13 1894B OFG 3. Greenville, 8.. arc.5'184
4UM-EstN.adAST~rw'IC U$9 FOIL0 DYSI'EPSI
oosts'onl $2-.00ner. 00osqare feet
OAL A g NTofSo WyNeas, andil anycomed
forg. 8tubs-. Color darkazdcosci odiusredppr
Will stop .: in .no io of
Are adding lots of useful BAR
GAINS to their Stock for
MR. HAGOOD is in New
York now; we expect him to
do wonders this season, as
Goods are cheaper now than
they were ever known to be.
We are better prepared than
ever to serve you, and ask for
HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
Pickein, S. C. Sept. [ .
200 Cords of good Tan Bark.
To be delivered this Spring and Sum.
mer. The bark must be well taken
ca-e of, Will pay cash on delivery
Apply to GOWER & GOODLETI,
.imaich 22. Greenville, 8. 0.
W E have just received our. STOCK
0OF GOODS for the present
season, which we offer at the lowest
We keep constantly on hand n
goodl supply of
BACON, FLOUR, SUGARIS. COFFEES,
MOLASSES, TEAS, HATS,
SH OES, CLOTIlINO,
D R Y G 00 D)S,
Also, FARMERS' TOOLS, and every
ling necededl for Farming purposes.
A. G. WYATT
EQsley, S. C.
If!YVou Want Anythaing
OFCALL ON ME.
Dry Coods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes,. Cro
and a full line
of Farm Sup
I can give you a lowv figure on
Flour and Farming Implements.
.JoxrN 0. KAY is with me and' will
be pleased to have his friends call on
J. E. ROBINSON,
RDaloyv . C. Ft b. 8. AA-.....
ELKHA OARRI GE and
aprin augtg,58 t
No.37. SurreyBarness. same as soil for to1
37.50 as Xne as sold fo
to $600. Farm ar
80Milk Wa one ~~yve6
No.7 , Top Daggy. Nammna.
No. I, Farm 11
IUDING SADDLES a
S perOet. .8' for ese wi4
stamsr to pay postage o6 1
No. 3, Farm WagoU. AddressW. B. PRA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE.)
Route of the Great. Vestibulod
OONDENSMD 8CHEDULE OF PASBNOBR TRAINS,
in Effect August 1st, 1894.
vos. Lim F'st Mail
Northbound. No. 88 No. 30 No. 11
Daily Daily Daily
Lv Atlanta c time 12.00 N'n 9.00 pm 8.00 am
Atlanta H time 1.00 pm 10.00 pm 9.00 am
" Norcross...............1037 pm 9.44 am
" Buford................11.06 pm 10.20 am
" Gainesville.. 2.16 pm 11.31 pmn 10.4 am
" Lula........... ........11.5 pm 11.19 am
Cornelia.............. ..........1145 am
" Mt. Airy ........................12.10 pm
" Toccoa................12.45 am 14 pm
Westminater . ..........1.21 am 1.14 pm
Seneca.................1.40 am 1.35 pm
Central..... .. 4.45 pm 2.10 am 2.05 pm
Greenville .... 5.30 pm 3.00 am 3.05 pm
" Spartanburg.. 6.22 pm 4.01 am 4.11 pm
" Gaffneys. . ..............4.42 ant 4.63 pm
Blacksburg... 7.11 pmi 6.00 am 5.10 pin
King'sMount'n ...........5.26 am 5.35 pm
Gastonla...... ......... . 4 am 5.58 pm
Ar. Charlotte. .... 8.29 pm 0.30 am 0.41) pm
Ar. Danville ...... 12.27 am 11.45 smn 12.40 m
Ar. Richmond~ .. am ~a 0Ijm1i oi
;%r- a gto . in .8.30 pm
"Halm'e P.R.lt. 8.20 am 11..5 p1
Philadcl phia .. 10.46 am 3.00 am
New Yor.- 1.23 pm 6.23 am9.
Ves.Lim 1s.7 Mall 9
Southward. No. 37. No .35. INo. I 1
____________Daily Daily Daily
Lv Now York P.11. 4.30 pm 12.15 a't ........
Phfladelpha. 6.55 in 7.20 am ..........
lialiore..9.20 pm m .19.
NWashilv.to. .. 10.43 p ... 11.01 1
.40 1i 5.6 pi - 7.10 pm
Charlotte*. 935 am. 10.5 pim 12.20 n
Gastonia...... .........11.21 pin 1.02 pm
Klng"ount......... 40 am 1.235 pm
lIn elmsburg.... 10.48 ami 12.0Zfalm 1.50 im
Gafnoys......................... .05 pmn
Hpartanburg.. 11.37 amn 14.01 6al' 2.150 pm
Greenvillo.12.28 pmil152 ami 4.10 pin
Central ........ 1.15 pn 2.4) am 6.20 pi
seeca..............::...4.1 am 5.45 pmn
.Westminster a 6.15 pm
occoa..................3.49 am 12.45 pinm
SMount Airy pm ...... ........... 7.31 m
~~~ Lain1135pm.......,.......2a ..
AtNtI to m....12 pm 5.20 am 1..... .t
mon~ uuid iiiVil .LimFa st Mail lllilSOlil
Nouthw7ad. 5~ hN.e a7. ou5.wNs.er1
LVetuldLmtdbewo New York Pand430p 215nt... .
"wewYr Phldlhand N.55 Orle7.2, a ......
t adMtmr.., a.d0almo9b4twamn..........
t" iWashMrpon... 10.4 pmt11.ta and. .......ham
Non 1 acinrd.... 1 i2. llan 12.epn Cn -e.wisia
"icDnvl nille. . ~~n.4 Grenbo.5Kp .0p
"o Chal e.. .n .r.a9.35 a 1 to0m 12.21 antn
l" Sartrsaurg.. 1o1.37 wim 12. ag2.50p
o" Gdressil... -- p .2am 41 i
" Wenrl...T.... . pm T2.40n A .pp
J ee..... A..........p 3.t01ent Atl5.4', pm
* W estm 3 iner.. ..... . .... 6.p m
" Tccoa ............ . 3.49amfl 6Mn5r.
" M u tAl r... e...o.. Lot of.. ... .5p
" o n el a . .. . .......... ... ... .. ,38
La........--o......... 4.4ertoam 8.05'pmt
" Gbrevlle....d 3.3lm 4.5s, am8.3' apm
"ot Dufor..... ..lar ....... ..........t 9.ats,
Arlatta tlshe4.etm.2 amutg 10Mnpis
ulmaner Sedrvic:, Naon, 35ta a andRch1
mondlts an Davlat Maol.ePusan S eaingrs
arg~otee tlant fa and Yor. 5((it
Nos.37nad 38--anyohingthngsn Southwstern-u
Ne Orens. Thuha Puln. artn ISlewper be)
atarie andmhs fula lntaplandFngym
Nros.ri11 and w Pllma eepng for houtee
Fo heale inforaion ais to o a a
Bthg tynales, :adates n P at-lep
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Rnunman 'r0. W
to ouewn nLor
risE 9I damaige in
, *50. uaateid -
toe0, S6s to 5100
rag tv 1a2
. ONo.7I, Boad Wagon.
ad FLY NETS.
I owd*K 11ud 4e. in preuant o s e
1*.a. catalogue- uMool tubuf.drop forging..
TT, Sec'y, ELKHART, IND.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
ondonsed Schedule, in Eireot Aug. Ast, 094.
Trains run by 76th Moridian Time.
rATEONS. .- Da&
v Charticon....... .
SCo1 bia................... ... m
' Prosperity........................... 12.55 p m
.r Newberry.---........... ........... 1.10 p m
Clinton x Sun).....: ......2.5 p m
Laurons....(Ex Sun).... ... 3.10 pm
i~nety- x ....,............. .. . 2.1top mn
Greenwood- 2.52 p rn
odge -.. .15 pm
"Abbevillo.......................... I .55 PM
" hulton ..........-..... . 4.05p m
Anderson ..p................ 4M p M
Seneca .............. 5.40 p m
- -alba1 -... _ ........1.40 pm
. No. 2.
I.v. wamala .......................935 am
Sneca....................... 10.00 am
Anderson. ......... 11.5aL
Ar. Donald's........................... 12.1 pm
Gy.A heIlgK................ .. ..... .12 .50 am
Greenwood . . 55 pm
"Nincty-Six... ................ 132pm
" Laurens ('x Sun) ..................110 .40~am
Clinton (i'x Sui)..... ........11.10 am
Newberry ........ .. .. ... 2.39 pm
Prosperity ................. . 2.1 pm
r. Columbia..................... 4.15pmn
Charloston. ............. 8.15 pm
uetwtee) Ancre-son, *ulfon 'and Greenville.
No. 11.I STATIONS. No. 12.
1.08 p. n Lv......,Anderson.......... Ar 12.07 pm
L.05 p. I ''. ........ l ton... . 11.45 am
1.25 p.m " .. a ........ ":.I 11.00 am
1.31 p. in:.... ....Pelzer ............'' II03 am
i.15 p. m 1 At .....Greonvillo......... Lv,10.15 am
liet w e.rn Columbia nd Altcville.
Daily. I 1)ally. flaily, Daily,
qo..13. 1 No. 15. STATIONS No. 1.. No. 14.
.1a1rn.1....._.. LvCharlestonAr...... 45pm
........'7.M0 a.fna hav Jack'iile A E10.15a'm .........
......1.-,~m ."saviannahk 4|5.30amll.........
-10am' 5.10 a III J.v.UolumnbiaA r- 1.20ptu' b.55pm
2.10pn!. 5.0 a ti " ..Alston. . .'i2.3pn, 3.1opu
1.20pn 6153. a in1' .. Stilan: . .."ti .90pnml 2 00ym
1.5pim, 7.10 a In .A Union..... "11.t10p 1.40pm
2.11m1 7.30 p to " .. JonesvillO "10.48p1'n2.40pm
2.23pn 7.43 p m" . Pacolet. . " 10.331pm 12.21 pm
2.50pni. 8.10 p mAr Spart'b'g'Lv I10.05p)miiA54m
3.m5pm; 8.15 p n Lv Suart'l'g Ar, 10.00pmill.30am
6.20)ptri10.m Ar Ashevillo vig 7.9'pmi ,8.40am
Nos. II and 12 are solid trains between Charlos
on and Walhalla. . . .
Trains leave Spartanburg, A. aid C. division.
orthbound. 4.01 a. ., 4.11 p.,m,, 0.22 p.-,m., IVe..
iufed I izhitcal; fio'uthbound.12.57-a. m., 2$ p.
n.. 11.37 aa. mi., (Vepti bulted Lirnited).; w.w
oud W. N. C. lfivisuion, 8.16 p. ni. for Hoend
onvilie andl Ashoville.
Trains leave Greenvillo, A. anid .0. DivisIon,
orthhond. 3 a.m..3.05 p mn.. anud 5,30 p.m., (Ves
ibuled Limited,;: suthibound. 1.52 a. mn., 4.10 p.
Li.. 12.28 p. mf., tI'estibuiled Limitedc).
TraIns 1leave, Seneca, A:~and C: Division ,.north
Pound, 1.40 a. mn. iand 1.35 p. mi.; southbound, 3.01
. m. and 5.45 p..m. -
Pullman Palace Sleepub'g Cars oli Ti-ains 36
tnd 36, 317 and 3s, on A. ad C. Division.
Trina 15 end 16l carry Pullman Sleepers be
woe Siavnnnahl and Ilot Springs.
WV. H.OR E EN, J. Mi. CU I,,
~ Gen'l Mk'r. . ' ' 'T'ra-Ric Mgr.
Washington. D). 0.
*.a RYDEli, Supt., Columbia, S. C.
W .A 'l'UR I5,.11. I fA11DWICg,
' Pass. A gt., Ass't Goan 1 Pass. Agt.,
Just rceived a nice lot of
?~E AND S3OYS
A nother' lot of
til to be sold ChEAP. Do'tfail
o see ours be~forec buying.
JOHN T. LEWIS & SON.
Saike ollr~ (Inice your heIuadquartier'
* Aamguist 9, 1891.
4. 3.49 POLICE3 3SoiS.
*SE ND rOR CATA1.0GUE
'on can save mnne by piarchasing W. L-.
Because we are the largest saiaufactua' of
tvertised shioes in the world, sand guarantee
te value by' staimping the-nlamse and price on
ae bottom, which iprotects Totr again.st high
rices and the middleani's profits. Our~shaoes
lual custom work in style, erasy fittintg and
earing qualities. We have thema sold every.
here at lowver priceS, fot. the vahte given than
y other make. Tak~e no -substitute. irf your
ealbr elannot supply you,.wc can, Sold by
V. T..McFpII, PIckens, S. C.
I. . Morgan, Central, S;.C.
ic~le flniid contract is signet).
If y0tt 'tynnit an organ 'if HieplifilIot
ny thet Carpenter Organ.
LOWVEsT PlitiCE 1Olt CASih,
Sheet Muisi 6%4 COentA, til'Jiino 30th
I1argaine in 0OltOAN'now(. Call or write
7.J.iR.T TilES,'Teachov Vocal and In
rumiental Niusic, 31 Main Street, Green.
Ie, 8. 0.
W. J. B, STILES,
June 14, 93.