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--If yett are not on the clab roll by th
25th inst., you can't votW.
-'the first eounty campaign inectin
Cipens at Central next Monday.
-Mr. 11. T. Brazeale. of Belton is via]
ting the famVy of Dr. G. W. Earle.
-Miss Carrie Kelly has a flourishin
School of fifty-scholars at Piney Grove.
-Miss Ida 'riter of Washington, i
iisiting Col. C. L. Ilollingsworth's family
-Misses Burke, of Atlanta, Ga., are
Mr. H. C. Grady's near Glassy Mountaij
-Mrs. W. Rt. Ballard, of Campobell(
Is on a visit to her father Mr. J. It. Clydt
-Rain Is badly needed here. Turnia*
*bich have been sown and toame up bay
-Rev. B. 0. Berry conducted
*very successful meeting at Ucthlebn lais
-The watermelon crop seems to hav
dried up. There have been ntne in low
for a week.
-Mr. and Mris. J. E. Cox, of Orcenvill
4 county, tire visiting their daughter, Mrs. (
-Mr. James Lenderman, of Oreenvill
county, visited his daughter, Mrs. T. I
Nelson, last week.
-Mrs. P. W. Seyle attended the mai
riage of her sister Miss Saille Walker f
Spartanhurg last week.
-J. L. Collins, of the Crow Creek w-<
tion, had cotton open last Sunday. It.
Sheppard and Orr cottou.
-''ho colored people of this place ar
btfilding a neat and substantial school ous
it the colored Baptist church.
-Mr. Jesse Morris. of Hartwell Ga.
-1r. A. M. Mor
d guilty of re
-ned home ha
,t."sant visit of
ionth or two in Westminster.
-Charles R. O'Sheal was convicted c
,taillng and sentenced to one month I
il here and pay a tine of $100.
-Two more campaign meetinl.s am
te shfow closes. At Newberry (today
'ursday, and Laurens, Saturday.
-J. L. Thomas was sentenced in th
nited Statcs court to three months in Jai
,re and a $100 line for retailing.
-Rev. L. T. Weldon conducted a ver
iteresting and prolitable meeting in th
aptist church at Liberty last week.
-Miss Belle Iforlheek, of Char!estoii
id Miss Lula Cagle, of Greenville, ar
.siting W. M. 11n1good's family at Easley
-Vince Tally, colored, went to sleep o
je railroad track near Seneca on
ight last week and was killed by a freigli
-Miss Janie Moffet, of Cliarleston, wil
'end the remainder of th 1umcr i
tckens. She is stopping with Miss Fan
-Mics Janie Fer-u-on atnd sister, r
reenville, and N1iss Annie Fergiuson,
exas, are at Maj. lemry Urady's for
art of the summer.
Messrs. James and George Ashmiore,
eenville county, were on a visit
ends here last week. ThLe latter genti
an was hooking around with a view1
-Trhe Ruthamah andl Johanaon Sundn:
hools will give a basket pienic at itub
i church next Saturday. Several speal1
s of p)romiinenlce have baeen inavitedi to an
-ess the assemblly.
--Mary, a little daught er of Mr. at
in. W. 81. iuter, of Seneca, and gran
dild of Mfaj. J[. JT. Lewis. oif this plae<
.ed on the 12th inst. cf dyvsentery. TI
mneral took piace. on the I3th.
--Miss Lizzie T. HIancock aad Miss Mi
e 11. Michel, of Charleston, are at tI:
mbaler Ihouse for a few days. hey wi
turn Saturday, lbut Miss Michlac will vis
ar mountain contry aIgain in Sep)tembe1
-Tihe Eas'ley livery and sale stihhbl fo
erly bheonginag to W. M. lila ood, h* la
~ntly chatnged handsri. Me"er'. A. W.
. R. N. F'ohger having hounght th an at i'
itfit with thle exception of Mr. Illago d
--Mrs. Welhorn, wife of Coil. W.]
etlborn formaerly of t his county, died
r home in Oconaee cannaty last Sundna
e was the mnother of ThIomas, J1, M. ai
. J1. WVelborn oft thtis county. The cau:
her dea1th is not, known here.
--The cnandidhates arc very much inte
ted in the sucess of the farmner jut
ow. So imuch so that they hecome rer
ss unless they ate ount talking the cond
mn of theo crops andl the parospects, eti
'casionally they incidentally menatic
'I ~ -Maj. J1. J. Lewis was. stepping arourt
st Saturday evening with both thmtuhas;
o arma-holes of his vest. and( aL cigar
ae corner of his miouth, wiLh the aire er
.nilderably elevated. All this was caust
the arrival at lisa house of a brn nc
rI on that nmorning.
- --Someo time since we stated that Mi
r c1c Day land Lbeen award1ed the schola
ip in the Converse College, Which was
isttake. Miss Alice is a full fledge
adlufate of the Greenville Femnale Colles
d was not an applliCant for C3onver,
haolarshaip, We take plea';ure in mnakir
--Miss Lillian Martint, daughter ef MT
tirry Martin, wvho lives near WValker-Mi
lamoyle school hottsc in Anderson counta
edl hait Sunday and was hiuried the di
llowing her death at Sharon. Shte wa
hlteen years of age. The piarents hai~
e heartfelt sympathlies of many frian<
--Mrs. S. I0. HTawthoarne, wife of o1
wnsmana, Mr. J. L,. Hawthorne, dlied In
tesday mnorninag, the 160th inst., al ter a
ness oft onl'y two of three- weeIks. SI
d sonme fever, but it was not typhoid:
wu thought by some. 1Her romalins weI
.erred in the cemetcry on the day- follot
I her decath. tahe Ieitves a husband at
air children who have the stympTathties<
' r '' ins their sad bereav
ad gave a lawna pa
on the beanutif
McD. llruce'ea rem
.-a ga'and aucces~
ad hi (Vetitg <llttwas diturbed on1
- .and soft echoes<
thonas bay the hidir
Mittstrel Btandl at
ml than lauwi, ont
of what could n
h~man a most brihia
- Cntral Club.
tast 1attirday the Sheppard and Orr
Club of Central had a very enthusia;tIc
meeting. Lieut.-Oov. W. L. Mauldin and
Col. J. A. Hoyt, of Greenville, had been
been invited to make addresses but they
were unhble to be present. The club mel
In a vacant store room and there were
about seventy-five present. Of this num,
ber about one-third were Tillmanites.
Capt. J. lI.:lowen"Und J.*P. Carey, Esq.,
by invitation, were present and made tell
Ing speeches. Mr. Carey spoke first and
reviewed the administration of Gov. Till
man, and showed conclusively that not I
single thing had been done for the foriers,
1e showed conclusively to all preptint hov
the people would stiffer by Mr. Tillinan'I
t failure to refund the State debt. Mr.
Johnston interrupted the speaker, and ask.
ed him if he did not believe that the anti.
Ilyblowing Governor Tillman's administra
tit)n was the eause of the depreciation of
s the State bonds. Mr. Carey replied thal
l he did not. lie said that Governer Till.
min had filyblown Governor hichardsoni'
administration. but that he (Richardson)
a lad reflided $500,000 of the State debt at
it foitr and onle-half pler cent., and today
Governor Tilhnan could not. refitnl at six
e )er cent. In fact, the spetker said, (4ov.
n 'illnau cannot refuni at all, for Ttreasur
er 1 'tIs han tried to plke the bnds on
the market and ftiled. At everv attempt
e to side-track Mr. Carey by the liillmanites,
he put theml ill a hole.
Capt. .1. H. Bowen was then introduced
and Illde ai cx:ellent speech. He review
ed the adiniiistration from its incipiency
to the loesent titme, and Faid tile way to
determnino whether taxs had bci reduced
Was to vo to the appropriation hill. Ie
It showed how the legislatire at the sessions
before every election would try to reduce
the levy, so as to go before the people and
. say we have reduced taxes, when in fact
taxes had not been reduced,and there wotild
be a deficiency in the State treasury to be
e male up the ncxi. year. Capt. Bowen
J ude a good impressaion on the
crowd and put sonic of the Tillmanites to
Mr. J1. J. Johnston, in one of his inter
rupti ms, made the startling butt truthful
admission that the brains of the State was
against Governer Tillhnan.
t Your corrospondent and his better half
have just returned from Anderson coun.
ty and viewed the crop pro)spects clear
f through to Anderson City, and it will not
! be a full crop by several per cent. All are
wanting rain. It is very dry around here
and a good rain is badly needed.
Your correspondent heard Ben again,
and I find that the people are beglinig to
tahe a sober and intelligent view of Ben's
3 policy, and his $3 poll tax will make over
I one hundred thousand dollars less for
school purposes than the present system.
The farmer have come to the conclusion
Y that they cannot g't ainy great relief by
e legislation. They can get more relief by
organization in a a legitimate way and put
ting all the political siren songsters out of
c their orgAnization oil the toe ot their shoe,
than uiny other way. Every man that your
corrmspondent has talked to on this subject
a has admitted the correctness of this, for
e when a big freshet floods the streams, all
t the logs comes down and strikes the boom
and they are in a jumib!e. Do not the big
I logs get on top? In a financial point of
view, if Tillmoan is re-elected Lthe little fkr
maur will be the one on the bttoin and will
Mrs. "arai Rowland, wirc o" Mr. Jaimes
Rowland lied of heart trouble aist Sntur
a Iday morning near this place. She was
a about 315 years of age. She was a menber
of the llantia t church. A lliUband and
Mile( Creek church Julhy 29i and 30 The intro
dcmtory sernmion was preached by the Rev.
,W. C. Seaborn. Three questions were
b iroughit into the inlecting for discussion.
1st. Sht.ulmd minister-s and deacons he
memblherts of our dleliberat.ivo bodlies if not
y senlt its dlegat es by thetir chnrchies?
'- 2nd. Which has The right to deal withm
i- on rringlpreacher, thme church or the( pres
3.l What, is lie greatest evil in our
T he first and tid lule.2tionsi were dis-q
Cuisse d and( all three were referred to the
next Uniond metetng. ThIe meeting then
ad.tired to) "wt w!h (Utm (Creek
Ihrt th Ie next littb hundlay. Rev. T. 1'.
t- N elson to preach thle itroduclltory and Rev.
,e W. C. Seaborn the missionary sermon.
J1. E. Gt:.u.tsr-ix, See,
In view of tile fact that the execut've
I omPI ite mlade no aol o hunt fo ir '.he
hip, thec excut ive con:mhtitt ee of the r'o;t.
proper that the plei~ of tlh, sechto
I 1shld he tretedt(t a' fairly as those of tl..
yr me'tione; i* the ct.y . andI h-tve :g:
itpointt-l Satur::y, A\t::.i- 27th, tao a Iday
7- for thet i ople to h nr the isnu' of th'e
ilnotice o the1& time :m!d i:e 'n inndi- Wi
cortdially Iivite all whlo Ii i'er wi'b ui te be~
in. present atnd hiear our .dd.e of t & mntt r
at IPromi nent speakers willI be presenTt ta ad.
t, d(ress the meeting. Pumiipk.intown at GXd
i. enoy church, August 27tih, at 10 r.. mn.
J. .E. Roo--,-Chairman.
Wanted. -A large tract of hll ( hard at
,l soft Iwood) also tract of interal lantd, em
m peladly p;ysites of Iran or Copper. Musi
lbe ceap, have perfec't title andt comfe di.
tIreutly ft om1 ownter. Add reso', with 1full de.
d hertliption. Mlinierail, hex (072, New York.
MR. EnlTron: P lease annotmeenC that s
anndlay Scho)ol celebratin with be heldt at
dGolden's C.,reek Chturchu on Ithe fourith Sat..
c urday in this miomh I. Honm. I. J. Jo1hnl
e stoni, Mauj. J1. M. Stewatr t and Rev. TV. F.
gNelson will be present and1 make spe eches.
P'rof. J. U. Garrett will furnsli music.
5. W. LlwA1um.
---ong'rssman George JTohnstoine re
Scived a wvarnt welcome hero last week.
0e; isn nurovinig his dlwelling house by a h ing
s am IL. to it.
--Rev. McBtride is comneutinog a series of
~tmeeting in thte..Prc hyterian church at Lib.
e r13y this week.
I --(ag.t. E. L. Thornuy nd famtity. of
aSavanmnah, (a. , ave vis.itiing Capt4. .l. L.
o Tiiorailey's faintly.
-All the Iersoinal p ropertyV beloO ingt to
the estat.e of the late E. Hi lades wvas sl
b ly Itho execitor lthst Frah Inv. It, in sai
D' that, some of it sodld very cihaLtp.
r -- ke-rs. R. 0. hainis and .JK (Iu'a.
ml way wvero in town last M~onidiy unight withI
a dhrove of htarti:; and mtu:le.;. he~y were
carryIg thenti to Mr. Ga is' ra:wh i
- -Mrs. Rowvland, wvifc of JTamies R'w
,land, who lived on Mr. Alfred S;mith'
(Iplace nlear Liberty, diedl Iast iaturday 01
dvtropsy. She has bean In bad htealt,ht fol
it s,everal ye'ars andi hei death wastu not un,ex
Mt. WIlikls iI Reply.
Mr. E)ITon. In your v( r -ion of the
dialogute between Co.. Orr z,nd y
otltile 1st inst., in regard to an !duc:tiol
ti sufferago, your words c'avey a1 meIcAnl
ing qtilte difforent from the originlal. I
did unot ask Col. Orr If he was in ftvor of
abolishing tho eight box l'w as :ti'..d by
you, but asked Wilt are you in fa\,;r or the
ight box laW." There is it great iffer.
ence between being ill favor of a law, and
being in favor (f abolishir; that law.
The intent of thome q(1estionsm wai: for the
purpos.e of showing ih l icoil-tk(niv inl
Col. Orr's position. [I :' iu oue mo1uit
dcnoumced an edcattionrl sufT.,.-we and in
the next breath zt e sms . la 1 4iport
of it. All intelligent -erss ki n\ that
for one to vote the eight b r- sti (or
rectly he has to be aloo i oad, er kliepend
or selole one who call reald.
If Col. Orr were o%ked for what pijr ))Ce
tite eight h i nx w -w r p it.I he w; Il1I. to
givc a eorrect a'is ver, -..i .:;as for
the purpose of vontrullii.g the VoteS Of a
certaini class, or to prevent that clas from
v)tingf. Ask hinm further what clas44 thaot,
Is? And he would ais-r the une:!ueat
We ask for thi. cover:tion, for the par
po's of d11olying the le-dor" 4)f 0h, vo!r
vat i vC wiIg n in iI ile ll( ht. T in
their .>ee he . KI.A' in thi w' w
eblaini- lite a n of see fi, . a n
has .1hwiyn. fa1, I l .:)! It'il ,i .
thle sl'ark l, i tr o ih( m!.
Ve would n , !iktae it. lih,A ri,tou n v
this that wre are U,@0< t! ho : *,h h li.
a.w, Wilt (trt Ull( ettin.try wc I-Ilow Tina!
W iunt, and etlw-111;'o."'allut
All overseers on iuiit roalls, ;,1 Pick, u
county. are h oir1hy not i- t, plt in
the une.xpired time of 3i33 a r.n ( ui
pulic road,, ili theIr bar', a
By order of Rr;!. 11. A. Ii;o .
All land om-nert on the ws,t.Lr:i .If Twelve
Mile river and Wolf crue!, nr:. borelho
titied to clisin out all t r . 1. r:.ft. and t im .
her of all kiitds that may be in :il watt I.
on their land. Dy oroer of B-,nd.
It. A. DUEAxr
Cik 141. Co. Com.
0. A. 11., W'ash inl-ton, 111 C., and. N-val
Review, Balliffnor. --On the Ci ocea1-4nS
the Richmond & Danville railroa:! will sel
from all its coupon tieket '3ieis ex0lion
tiek(ts at one lomeit lirst-liss fNre for tim
round trip. On -at!e Septemir t11th to
20t.L inclsire, Valid reti"-nin.1; lil O0to
ber 10th, 1892. This g!eat system hw
minade exrratordinory prpI:airtions to hmuill
this imelinse buiness better this 3 V.I than
for any previous Encampeunt. Full in
formation obtninable froni any a-ge-t of
the Richmond & Danville railroad. sep15
Summer Excurtalen 1n.ll
Commencing Tune Ist 18:2. the j6r1ih
noni and uDanville Railre::' t,- tP ,a
saiv reuhwer rpt.e - -.u . ..-i r. m
FAion tickets t, alil -,un r ris-rts Ti',i
on saie .f uli 1 t Spt. ;iu, limitited re:
turning Oct. 31st
Conimervalt:Cy ier 12e_r
The Co-wrvat.ivr.3 wiil ave a P11i j ..
CUF!ian of '.ie a .
Ol Moida tih the t u ..1 iu' '
body ilai AItited to coet :A hear r .. .,
of thp- m:tter. me
be rev n.1e.=:c LI io.
43%ineM NorIlet.ioli (tI
Ii::Te 3 'is wi.io
T ino: cta~ t.f hl
A a ena bofh ofk At:mcy%<
Pr 'Iiitirey tre e.an :s
1'' ac i I i.. ~ o ..r ~,.I
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alt.ableIuti i ofes (n ne .
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1.. I t3.3o r 1:y 'w:3b3 'd.'.
El1. To' I* a .g . -:sr -r 3. 1w in errentr w ho pays3I
flyj to. !ai '-ry I"3 I:3'Xt.
AM 3 ;tripiblt~is-r 1113 a;,- ii ae the) . ..! f.:r-?
3111h th3.1 1!e 1aps a3t he ' 3wp-'' .' . -. a
whoI4 desIrr- to~.1.1 i tvnil 1 h. elv-- o f this opp;33l'
nilty to l:133,Ii 3d to i 3t o.
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p~ayint 'i i )t <-sh rb:' iltir aS -,- bui ngittlirecat
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tan inh: 1-: :-:: t aa- antu.: v .ttrth.T h
ia- tt h: lajt th:tt v.:'a. Writa foir latestL
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In Bulk ad Packages. All varieties. S
Mason's Fruit Jars, The I
Tho Cheap)t and the BoUtR S
-Strong Apple Vinegar he Fimn
We have some bargains3 in Good Shoes. Makiig room for the best wtoak
The best Good:, for the least uoiwy cal alwayu be had at
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2d, - $5.00.
31, - 2.50.
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All our Turnip Seeds Tested,
Carriage, ugiscn Wagons
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The firmt of Jorr*is, M ajor & 4'o. hbas been dIianoived,
a have bought the ent Ire stock of well selectedl D)r
(,Aoods~. Nhoes,, hats, Not ion., (Awocertes, &c.
For thue nuext MIxty D)ays these goods~ will be solid
at anid RIELOW CONT'E. I mnut hare room for nuei
goodM. Thils is the opportaunity of the season to gef
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t~~ hs, folwf site h <
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