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r. Thomus Olyde is quite sick with
t tvbut, f vir.
oti( one of Jack Stephens' chil
- di-" lu4Friday night.
('!v ?meeting at Twelve Mile
n0 ( d begins next Friday.
C., 1. E agood returne4 frombed
n r (l1 b . Saturday much improved.
MAL: i. Barrett, of Spartanburg, is
: ; * aster, Mrs. Gilreath of this
aba cotton cover
tho hi113 ' th'vitleys round about
; H. Ambler has one acre in
stw says if any man can beat it
h ear from him.
"re. John P. Phillips of
o in Pickens for a few (lays.
pping at Capt. Thornley's.
a'A. Ellis is teaching a large
tg school at Holly kprings
le damage was done to the
* iath. ~ Much of it in this
-.+ 'oken off by the wind.
('a Waldrop who has been
- h from a tumor on his left
-aported to be improving.
)ted meeting in progress at
laptist Church for the last
as adjourned promptly at
-r has a wheel-barrow and
ows it, his next thought is
all keeps them for sale.
tt is going to prosecute the
lo his oats Monday night,
!., EFcell, recently of the
it has not missed roll call
,arterly, District or Annual
)r the last 18 years.
- en quite a revival at Mt.
ntral. Nineteen persons
into the church on pro
. Lewis and Miss Caunio
ur ofice a vist h1st Satur
et being abseit.
ntt :ixty-fivc pl)pilt in at
n colored ehtol at thit .
Miller is the prini pal
. ). Jenk;ins as :
Tlirk and M1r. Sulilivan
it Monda)iv, (1n1 'ihlir \:IV
, Tinole,(i'a whr1.e they\'v
Oying a line for the "So
gonl River Railroad.
:ae.d to the votamttunik<
o in reg"rl to the stock
n ale to ho bihld under
titi .l of the to"-ln of
di:'aov.ired that the fy
hat plac., hn:s re,ilted
crising fro:n the lunusedl
Con frenen.f of theo Spar
at its last mieeinig, ad
protmlting agalist free
lives! near town'u, oni the
J*. (C. Griflin, sends0- us
- I1 of co.t.tonJ. Mr. H-yle
ill o ril i;eri.
Ioorge a nd Misis Ma.ry
d in matrringo lasit Sab
The erremony was1 per
I. A. Child in the Moth
* ~ this plaee.
.Luther was arresited 1
-hvtt woeok for if'
Ldora, 8. 0., July 28, 1885.
MR. EDITOR: Mrs. Myra E. -3ogr,
wife of Balus 8. Boggs, dropped dead
(esterday at noon at the resideece of
, er mother, Mrs. Nancy Jones, in
Dacusville Township. Mrs. Boggs
-ad been in bad health for some
ime, but no one thought her death
io near. On yesterday she said she
was better than common, and was
lssisting in preparing the dinner,
when she heard her baby that had
been left in the house asleep, cry out,
the went in. haste to it. Her
lusband and Dr. J.. M. Crenshaw,
who hapened to be on a visit to the
family, returning from a stroll in the
field, found her lying on the floor,
just as she had fallen. She was
raised at once and placed upon the
bed and every effort made to revive
her, but she never spoke, and was
lead in two or three minntes. Mrs.
Boggs was about 22 years old, and
was for seven years past a consistent
member of the Oolenoy Baptist
Church, where she was buried to
rho Saluda Musical Association
Nfects at Peter's Creek Baptist Church
>n Friday before the 5th Sunday in
tugust 1885, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Address of welcome by Hon. J. C.
Ulexunder. Response on behalf "of
kssociation, by Matthew Gillespie,
rice-President. Dinner on the ground
tt 12 o'clock, M. Afternoon, routine
>usiness, interspersed with music.
Temperance Mass-meeting: Speak
rs, Revs. T. F. Nelson, B. Holder,
X. B. Singleton, and Hons.J. E. Boggs
tnd J. H. Bowen.
SATU.4DAY, 9 A. M.
Devotional exercises, the day to
>e spent as may ho directed by coin
nittec on arrangeinents for the day.
Missionarv Mass Meeting. Speak
'rs: Rev. J. M. Stewart, State Mis
,ions. Rev. W. B. Singloton, Home
!iioins. Rev. Julhn T. Lewis, For
Delega!t's and isingers will please
ring their (iospel Ii-imns and Tem
J. T. Curt.)R]: s,
Chairman of Comnniitee.
An Ead to Bone Fe-nping.
Edward~~I hphd,Hrrishur, III. says:
'"H:aving re':tc id so much b-enoit from
IleCtric IBitters, I feel it my duity to let
Srunncing sore ou my leg for eight years;
my docto,rs to)ld me1 I would haive tol have
Lim bone scraiped or leg amputated. I
used, instecad, thron biottleis of Electrie
Bi tters antd Mieven botxes Buckhlen's Arnica
4alve, anid miy leg is no0w nonnJd anid
wvell."' Elec'tric Ritters are sold att fifty
Salvo at '%o. per biox by D)r. GA. W. Eanrle.
Mma5r. Loo)iper and F"enly, re venue
,!lieials of (Cientral, arrestedI Al f. Siiton,
dored, of'Towniville, last .Fridf mno:ni
ig for selling whtitkey with o- t lice:ise.
AIf. did-i't lhe the idea of b-' og arrested
tiil ini resisthig the Otliccis was' shot ini
the hand. While oni the way to jail Air.
tore away from the conist.'' -md( feS
ped.. Thlrev. shots w- himj but
TO LOOK AT OUR S
BUY BLACK AND COLORED SILKS '
Black and Colored Satins.
Black Honrietta Cloth.
Black Alma. Cloth.
Black and Colored Nuns Velling.
Black and Albatross.
A COMPLETE LINN
In Dry Goods
I WILL GUARANTEE PRICES
ANY HOUSE IN
Students are prepared for the SENIOR
Atitutiona, or for a practical business life
course of study, text books, references and
PROF. C. J. KEMP
THESE PlICES ARIE FOU WIHOLESA.E
CORRF.CTE WEEKLY IYFERUV8ON & MILLER
P. n\wdered............... . 4
Urantla ted .............. .
Extra I ail cc............ A0~g
G oder ..... ........... ( h
Ilrown ....1.... .. ;0
C1FE -.av , 1l 1ovenmtll' ... 21"-1 I
LA nl yra................ 1 . g l4
IIi,, i.ho1 ice............. 11( t)
Prime ....... ..............103 )0
("wod (I .. . .. . . .. . . I111d C 4u
F air .................... !., 0u
(rainary . .............. 9tg oo
Museovao fa'n hhs... i(
M Iuis,ad m his . . .iii . . . . ;;i
New ) Ch Orleanst I, cice
New~)(* Oreans, JUI(t prm.... . 150
JIol.As:-(wor ii Slens,.a....... 30
NewO dui Or lle s . ... ;110
Bxos-lar 11 Sides,dry.......... (40
Ln-hoicer ket h- rees........ 1(1
Cho ie etle..tubs.......,.. (0
Gnai-Cor, ca oad.................785
Y ellw.r............ 8
Outs Texs lust roo (140
FLorn-Mhit t'lud, p r hbl. . . '1(40
TOCK BEFORE YOI
Victoria Lawns, Mulls,
[ndia Linens, Persian Lawns,
Ull Over Embroidery,
Eior;iery, Gloves, Cor3ets,
T OF EVER YTIN(
DN EVERYTHING AS LOW AS
J. M. IDICKSON, A g't.
1LE+, S. (,.
i High School
i OT'IIER CLASE of the host L
T'ERZMAI LOW. For proswpetus (
full in1forruation1, tlr(1es'a
ER., ' U,'K00. LOU IA 00., VA.
The State of South Carplin
[N COURT OI' CO1)MM 1ON PLEAI
-arah, A. AIixmltr, Us Adini in'stratri
1130 .-n . W i aus..\Aut ra Ti. EllIis, -.In
.. :o rp .of Jf on L iexd, c.<
t ' t . ' ai'tt, Actal( rir as st.rt i
A-g Ahlinistrator of F u't,t ainl AI
:Altr, d'tta"t; lr'I ,. I. i s,L I .
.\i x:utid r, F. P..a,1 i l,n n F.il.-r", St :t
A\. Ah-,xa .delr, I"ltuis5,1 I Alt"...lltltr, (
. Ml'. At(la nd r, (rh:ahI-s 11. Ih.
a:nlt r, M1ilton Alerx,sn te r, 't,rri Ah
anle' ai d, .n\ a t(. Ale'X a ,vl,")" I>la,i
tComtpti for Reliettv'f, &c.
Yit ueoI I)etl attOe, nnAavtid !i
etin iisue st n intea oestt
Cour lluseof ien Cont y, Pdri
T 11 E
,c iI..X.. O'F"F3P.
50,000 Yards Calico at 21 cents.
80,000 Yards Lawns at 21 centE
20,000 Yards Vanda 4-4 White I
10 celnts, worth 25 cent
WILL CONTINUE THE CUT IN
f may 14, 1885
It. A. ( 11u.1>, W.Mi. A. W(LT.IAMP
Pickens, C. 11., S. C. Greenville, S. C,
a C HILJD &: WILIAMS.
AT'rTOlNEYS & COUNSElORS AT LAW
s.kneenmville, S. C.
Will lr-tice in all the Courts of Greenville
C'ounty, State an11d Federal.
11 111uN.29, 188 1 35
". J. It. WuIT:N:n, C. E. Ron11NKON,
Greeuvile, a. C. Pickens, S. C.
WHITNER & ROBINSON.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
PIKiWNS C. 1.., S. C.
P'roitl) attentI:ion given to aL 1ll business
Praetlices in the State antd Untited States
O. (fer in Reho,ol Con:uissione'r's OOlce.
ju 31, 1584 8
THOMAS C. ROBINSON,
A T1T'O RNI hY A T LA W
P1CK IGS 0. 11., S. C.
Penet ieesa in the our"i~ts of the
Stato and int t Utnited States
). ice in Court IIouse.
~ sept 13. 1883 51 y
b- M. F. ANir.ac, .1. H Nt:w"o
Greenville, S. C'. Pickens C. UI., 8.
PICK IMesC.1, S.C.
june 14, 1M83 33
" . ChILI
10,000 Palm Fa]
3 Cases Li
awns at . Monday.
THE PRICE OF SHOES- OUR 4
REGARDLESS OF COST.
M. J. MULLA
MARBLE AND GARNITE
(Greenville, S. C:
d(ec 18, 84 12 ly
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
No ilonsa Wil to of CoLI on or LUNG Fs
tan,. if Fontz's Pow<tcre are usMer! in time.
F'ontz'sPowclers will cure nnti piroveunt11o0 Cuot.anA
Fontz's Powders will provent, G(.-p.s ix FowjLa
Foutz'sPowders will inerensa thur quazntity of milk
ndcrean twenty per coit., andi make tihe butter Brie
Foutz's P'owders wili enre or prevent alm~ost Ranu
DreuAsa to which loma mi~ Catl 2rtle are sutljent.
Forr:a Po 'DEns WILL. o IVi SATISFAoT*ON.
iAVID E. YOUTE. Proprietor,
Columbia and Greenville Railroad
Onr a;utl after Jilly 10lth, 1885, Passe -
gr Trinls will ruin :r9 h!Erewith in<hient,
NWo. imr -r nr, wn Tlw
2i at I cent.
dieH' Hata to be opened
All nsw shapes.
3OMPLETE STOCK PUT ON SAL
NE & Co.,
LE, S. C.
Richmond & Danville ll My
On and after May Sit-, 1886, ias -
sen,ge Train Service on the Atlanta su:l
Charlotte Air Line Division will be a:" f oi
EXRESS NO 51, DAILY.
Leave Atlanta 6 0( p :z
Arrive Gainesville b )i, p in
Lula A 8 11s y m
tabun Gap Junobion B U 1t p m:
Toccoa C 9 5K p t
Seneca D 10 56 p ia
Greenville E 12 27a
Spartanburg F 1 42 r , m
Gastunia G 8 SDa
Arrive Charlot te H 4 40 ai w
tAIL. No. 63, DAan..
Leave Atlanta 8 40t ai i
Arrive Gaiinesvillc 1) 3'; a m
Lula A 10 55i ,i i
Rtahun Gap Junctior B 11 2r. a in
Toccoa 0 11 6fa
Beneca 1) 12 51 'p mt
Greenville E ,- 2 2h '1 mi
Spartanhutrg F 8 84 p
Onstonia (1 6 26 p m~
Charlotte H 6 10 p mn