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WHEN YOU GO TO
It will bie more tluin a '"Dollar ini
your Pocket " to exahine A
ROBERlTS & DAV?D'M
iiiinese Stock of DRY GOQOS before
btyiig. Want of Space 'tdhkis 1114
geivin anything like a fnll des4criptiol
Of all the got( we keep; so we C;ni
(mly give 1 partial price list:
ilome-made bed-ticking that will
hohtl water, 20, 22 and 25c. Extra
1 avy drill 74 andil 8v ; good shiIting
5ec ; heavy shiirt in g 6ie ; shb'eting 1 v yr(1
Wide, 6(. 7 and 8c. We sell the best
toe bleaclhed goods in thi O worl, it is. a
full ylard wide, and perfectIy free from
starch. IIeavy Jeans 25e, Georia jeans
410(I, North Carolina .ieanls 471. 33, 40
:M0l 45c. All-vool twilled red Flainnel
onlv 25e; half-vool dres goods 10e;
heanltifull chIangeavble dres4s groods 162.1c,
wori 25c. Eh-g.it Silk Iett d eiss
goo)(ls 25c, wol h 10c. Bet line of
BLACK CASHERES
inl the City. Ladiesz (lothl for CItCU.
LABS, all-wool, Ill yards wide, in
black, browni, green. g1u-nt, boz
alild blle, R1..00 and 1 .10.
Walking Je'Kets and Cloak.;s froin
$'.25 llj).
Ladies atal gen Its Fhume114 Vest s f rom
50v. up.
12 pair Lalies White Iloe for 90,
12 pair " colored - . $1.00.
We will sell von a fill honed, silk
ilnbroidered, 5.hook 75c ors, t for
5)0(!; (don't forg-et. this).
White 1e1%d spre:a(ls fromn 90e. ny
onri $1 .40 havy sprel i-s a barga ill.
Bed comforts! 000, *1.0 ), $1.40v) .3
$1.75. $2.00, $2.50. S3 00.
We carry Nhe largest stock of
in the uipper part of the State. We
also hmalle Greenville Kit ting~ Cot ion1.
40A'. per 1b; Knittinge Wool l21(e peri
b nk. or $1 .00 per lb.
SPJECIA L --Tverv cust omer has
ing Goods toth :iunout of ONE D1L- I
LALI or imore, will be presentedo wit i
one of one hmoi'lsome CI IR IS'M A s
ILAQUES. 'a1ch (onte of t h i., a work
of Art, adtl for ('ecorati.gr puirposes I
If YOU Cani n1ot "omlie sen1d for2 Sam
ples and IlPrice List.
EtounEEI'T & flAVfaNE
Dev 21 --3m
Easley Academy.
First SessionI for .1884,
will lbegin Jaur 4th,;
and( con1'tinueC Six School
MFonths.
TE~ivls.
Pr'immary IDep'mn'nt, per mtonthI, * 1.50O
Intermediate " "20
A cade mic " "30
IncidIentaI Fee, per Secssion,, 50O
Music extra.
Boa rd in pivat e faiie i ~s, per
Month,.................... 10.00
Kaeh( sc'~holar's pro ra ta of Pubilie
F~iud w Vill be dednled tfr'om1 his Tu, i
t ion dur1inig thle PubIlli4 Term, whl''ih
'&" Fori Paritionlhars. :Lhi ress
C. W. MOORIC, P'rincipal,
l4asley, S. ('.
jan 4, 1884--3m
Lime ! Lime! Lime !
('AN PlR ROUGhT OF
Easley, S. C.,
Either ini Car Load Lots 01r
by the single barrell at very
CHEAP RATES.
Oct 12-.tf
(I A NO,
CIIA\NGED TOP(
,.OWL BRAND"
Es offer d fo Sale by
W. M. Hagood & Co.
At $35.00 per Ton,
Payable NV. 1st.,
without Interest.
Feb. 1-ff
FOR
THE MESSENGER
$E1 .A. ~Y~]IA.~Es .
Newi Hoot & Shoe Shop.
EaLe:Ihy :nIul v'.(inity, t uit. I hnive
opene1IC I Sh ShIop 'l1in II t 0re-houseIM East
of .1. M[. l~Itiney's store. anI(l wonhI( be
pleaIsel Io hav ) a 1s~ itr of thi](lr (nt. ~?)
Ia'irt-claht s wvorkInmI~ withi the b~est m:i
1tril, i~ an l( rk<Ion cheaper thani ihe
-haet guaranti (eedl ItepaSirin~g a
specialtly. Yii' All kintls of COUN
TlillV PRiOD)UVE takeni in paymentit for
work, at market p;rices.
fe b).-'Im) W. H. SMITH.
S. "LV. S]ZTDE~Ei,
G reenville, S. (C.,
DEALER IN
Watches, Ci'ock.s, .Je wery,
&c., &c.
lREPAIlRING A SPECIALTY.
J)ec 21-1y
RICHMOND & DANVILLE
RAILRQAD;
IMSNGE11 UEYAAlENT".
()n after Doe. 30th, 1883. Pasenger
Train ser'iee oin the A. & C. 'i-Line
Division1 will be sfllw
NOWTH WAll), EXPuiEss No. 51 DAILY.
Lva ve A flanlta ..................... :1 31, 11 I
Arrive Ga inesville.............. 0 09 p mt
Lila ...............A...... 6 42 P M
Rahnti Gap .IneB...... 7 37 P M
T eeOa.............,C...... 8 15 p At
Sneen ..... . 9 24 P
t..................... 9 i9 P At
I t .....................10 17 P, A
IASleY 's.......... ......10 34 i- m
reevile......E ..;1 1 02 p M
Spa rtn ur. A
. ston.in ......(... 2 29 A M
Cladlot te ...... ...11..... 3 28 A M
NOiITi [WARt), MAIL, No. '3, )AILY.
Lf .ilAe A fIt i ..................... 8 45 A M
Arrive (inesvilie...... ...10 (.) , A M
L l........................1 1 17 A A
1Rabtnu Gp .Junctet ion. I1 51 P A
To eon(.1...................12 30.) P M
S nevn ( t................ 1 4- M
Centi ral.....................23 >M
Liberty..................... 252 P
E ley' .................. 3:07 p
Geenv4ill............ 3 35 P M
(Sp1arlt r ............ 4 54 I M
I TI W A 1), 11: i-'sS No. 50. DA ILY
41ea e Chirlotte .................2 08a In
\ rrive Gstonia .... .. ..........3 00 a m)
sp.... a tm r)............. 5 14
i' I-en vil .................. G 31 a in
I Htsh'o 's ................ .7 () a in
i e ........... ......... 7 30 a mI
e i r "I ..................... . (H a in
Smu-o i Cit. . ............... 8 3
T ore-ol ................ .... 9 5-)0 a InI
11Iiain Gag Jun ion, 10 35: a
I n'a ........................11 24 a
G ajinesville ............... I 52 a im
A t la I ta .................. 2 08 y m
S U pIIW A ItD, MA I I, No. J2, 1)AII Y
L oo ve Ch-I-lot t o............ 1 12 p)
A r ri ye (at n )ia ................. 1 50 p m
Spa:tiain burg . ...........3 54 p m
Greent vile............... 5 2) 0 m
E s le 's................... 5 53 p m
Lihert y....................0 10 p m
I eon ral ................... 6 32 p
selneca Ci t .............. 7 05 ) n
T o - 1n..................... 8 20 ) I
Rahnul Gap Junction, 9- 01 yIm
A .. ................... 2 . 9 5 p 1
Sinesville..............10 p In
Aitv (r'hi n t .................7 20 a im
Aeonitnodat ion 'iTraint,(Air-Line lWelle)
Le a e A Gla ta .................7 (38 a mn
A rri ve A thua 4............. 9 05 a mn
No. 1 8-Local F.reighit, Goig Sout h.
LeaIve Chlariotte - -- . 0 12 a in
A ive Unli'ney' -- - - 11 17 a mt
Arrive Spmttanbm-rg - - 1 29 p m
Arive Greenville -- - 4 58 p m
Arrive Central - - - 8 (45 p in
No. 17.-Local Freight, Going North.
Leave enittral - - - 41 10 a m)
At irive Greentville -- - - 0 13 a. m
A rrive Spartanhurtig - - 9 37 a mn
Arri~ve Gafi'ney 's - - - 12~ 27 p m
Arrive Charlot te - - .- 7 00 p mn
All1 freighit trinsit otn this rodit arry
pasengers~. Al1l passener train is ruin
t brough to Danlville~ an 11wit ht Va. Mid
hmtd I-twy, to all Eastern cities, atnd at
A tlanta witht all lineQs dlivergintg. No.
50 leaves Richmnond1 at 1 00 p m,. and
No. 51 arrives there at 4 00 p m. 52
leaves Richmnd( 1 28 a mn. 53 arrives
there 7 41 a mn. The leenal freights stop
at ab~ove stations 20 to 30 minutes.
BUFFET SLEEPING CA RS W IT H
OUT CH ANGE.
On traiins Nos. 50 and 51, Ne w York
and Atlanta, via Washington and Dan
ville, Greenisboro and Ashe. Ie.
Oin traitis lIne, 52 and 53, Richmnond
and Danville, Washington and Augus
ta. Washington and New Orleans.
1 ''Through Tickets on sale at
C harlotte, Greenville, Seneca, Spar.
taiibuig and oaiiesvlle to all points
Sonth, Soithwest, North and East.
A, with N E I, R to and from Athens.
B, with N E' It It to an( from Tau-i_
lah Falls.
C, with El. Air-Line, to and trom
El bertonl an(d Bowersville.
D, with Blue Ridge it it to and from
Walhalla, &c.
E, with c and 4 1h n to and from
Newberry, Alston tl(d Colimbia.
F, with A and s and S U and c R it
to an (1 from I HendeIrsouville,Alston &c.
(4. with Chiester and 'Leloir R R to
an( from chester, Yorkville and Dallas
11, with N C Division and c C and A
it it to and from- Greensboro, naleighl
&c. E DMUND BERKLEY, Supt.
M. SLAUGHTER, GeI. Pass. Agt.
A. L. HivMs, 2d V P& Gen. Main'r.
South Carolina R1aliway Company.
{Comilicencing Sunday, January 20,
./ 1884, at 4 ) . Passengrer Trains
will Iiim as follows until furrther notice,
"Easteri time :"
TO AND Y 1M C1[AilLESTON.
EA; - (DA ILY.)
Depart Colunbia at 6 40 a m 5 3 p i
Diue Cluirleston at 11 23a im 10 10 "
VEST (DAILY.)
Depart, Charleton 7 00 a Il 4 00 p )
Duie at. Cohunbia at i1 40 " 10 35 "
TO AND IROM CA MDEN.
East (Daily except Sunday.)
De part CuIti)bia at 6 40 a im 5 34 p mn
Due at C.amiiden at 1 5~> 3 m 8 935
Wvest (Daily except SIuday.)
Depart, Camden at 7 15 a i 4 15 1) i
Due a t Colunbia 11 40 " 10 35
TO AND FROM AUG(IUSTA.
East (Daily.)
Depart Colhnnbia at. 640a im 5 34 p;i
Oine at, A ugusta- at 12 05 1 im 7 10 a in
West (Daily.)
Depart Au giista at 608 a In 5 00 p m
Due at Colnbin at, 11 40 " 10 35
CONN EC 1i ONS
mae t oluimbia with1 OolmnbIIIALand
(G reeiville Railroadi by traii arriving.
at. 11 40 a im, an( departing at 5 34 1>
m. At C(;oluibia Junction with Char
lottte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad
by samife t rainl to and from all p9iltS Ol
both roads.
A t C.h trlest oin wit hi Stea:~nn'rs fo
N'ew Ytork on Saturday; anid oni 'Tues
.Jacksonville and points8 oin St. John's
Itiver; also. wvith Chiarleston and Sa.
vanna~h Itailro)ad to andi( from Savani
naht imd all p)Oints ini iloida.
At Augusta with Georgia and Cen
tral Railroads to and from all p~oints
West and South. A t Blacekvlie to andi
from points on B.rrnwell Railroad.
T1hroughi tickets cani be putrcha.sed to all
points South1 awil West by ap~plyiing to
1). MC.QUEEN, Agent, C olumrbia, S C.
doHN B. iECK, General Maniager.
D) C A LLEN,GenI. Pac and T1'k't Agi
GUANO! GUANO!
If continuie to represent the following
I.OLD) ESTABLISIIED) and POPI-.
UJLAR BRANDS of (GUANO AND)
ACIDS.
NEVASSA GUANO,
NEVASSA ACID
NEVASSA Cotton Fertiizer.
MONAiets Guano,
Oit IOLE G uano,
OstIOLE Diss~olved
11% Call on tme andl get prce be
fore you make your purchases.
J. R. COSSETT, Agent.
Easley, Feb. 8, 1 884--tf

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