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Dr. Bramlett of tl,: t a hun
:lred and fifty dollar hi .ath, on
'ast Friday night.
Minui8, daughter . - enoe,
,nd aged 9 years, d t tgitis at
ter parents residenot , wnship
u the uight of the it a tt
Bandall Stephens' " he was
iding one day last - vn with
him and broke both bones
The accident ocou lace of
Mr. N. M. Madden vnship.
Three wooden t.e con
imed by flre hi 0 he 26th
istaut. The built nsured.
rigin of fire suppc n diary.
At seoond elooti t of the
)wn of Central (th. tie) the
illowing gentlemei Inten
)nt, Dr. T. W. F, is-W.
. Hester, A. L. - to. W.
rook and W. P. O'
Married, on the at the
iidence of the brid r. J. F.
nrham, by the R " Miss
.rcena Durham to >nes
of Pickens Count;
We have hoard bt A and
publicans say the t )thing
ter for a cough the Jough
nip; this old reli never
s to cure a cough , and
y be obtained at re for
:ents a bottle.
)isappointmen t i asmure
ard to be borne, i cting
Ith it becomes Bull's
igh Syrup never those
use it for obstit -olds,
ation of the thro: .- to.
bad conscience t t chil
, but worms mal sleep
and kill them. bottle
hriner's Indian 1\ save
i from disease a:
tenement house 1 r. W.
Lesley of this pl0 ed by
fred people, was . otd by
by fire. Everyt ig to
family who occul was
fr:4. Mary Ch)ildre:- arltis
llreis, died noar n the
aing of the 27th i ihout
m.ir:. Thoughi ni f any
reh, sihe exprest I pre
ation for death. hus
di and six children :e:th
t'h (ieorgia (otr a ol
.ad 'c'untrel of th alley
roaud and will pr :ward
onii to' McCe(orm eight
'11. All the ro a<t ut 154
las, but aul extrai aicl3
*.e beenlI put onl th<. gadt
ct. Th'is latIi I hin of
* Sav;ana Valy enided
*ter south thtan .\
'ardlry Ma[:uldin, t [r La
*d at '.in htome in ! 1. , on
aliive of Pickenis C mm
* of the Methodist 3 ex
*sted himselif as be iparedl
death and had no f .ec'tp.
ee of God. His4 ren nught
*to thiis Count-y, a: Zion
tron lasat aundaiy . HI.
-ton conducting th< vices.
he1( insMtallation of Rliley,
tor of the Pickenis, t, and
-nmel O:mlgregationsi, aice at
- Cairmel church 01 eofore
third Sabth of at ~ 11
ock A. M. Rev. D). D .D.
p 1reside-prCeh t] d de
r the chairge Dr.
(3 Rev. J. B. Adger .tern
.Rev. J. McL. Se lie
charge to the c' rTe
v. T. C. Ligon The'1(
(i eiicngregtionis ted to
- rsnan the oce nst4d
on of pastor wilJ. three
[From the Greenville News.]
Is He a )angerous Maniac?
This morning at two o'clock as a
reporter for The N ewe was on his way
home his attention was attracted by
groans and peculiar cries proceeding
from the doorway of a store in Main
street near McBee Avenue. On ap
proaching, he found a man pacing up
and down on the pavement in an ex
cit.d way. his gray,head was bar
ed, and in the ligh4 from the street
lamp his eyes glittered and flashed
with a terrifying gleam. His clotl".
ing was disordered and soiled, and in
one hand a large open knife was dis
tinctly visible while the other clas)ed
what looked like a black leather pock
The reporter did not like the looks
of this apparition and turned toward
the guard house in an unostentious
and unobtrusive manner and a trot
of considerable energy. With a swift
and noiseless movement the stranger
overtook him, and in a voice of thril
ling cadence, made more impressive
by the darkness and other circumstan
ces, hoarsely said
The Newa man netsured the dis
tance to the station, mentally calcula
ted the chances of the police reaching
him in time to bar the coroner of a
job, and concluded to do it.
The stranger then proceeded in a
rapid and incoherent way to give an
account of some transaction in which
he had participated. As well as could
be made out, it seenms that last yea
he omitted to obtain a supply of flow
er, grass and garden seeds of Sloan
Bros., just around the -orner. The
result was domestic unhappiness caus
ed by a bare lawn and no flowers,
starvation at home for want of vege
tables and suffering for his stock from
lack of proper sowing of grass in his
pastures. He had come many miles
to guard agnis a similar error this
year, was already on the ground
awaiting the opening (forgetting that
this is Sunday.) His knife was for
suicide in case of failure. The pur
pose of the pocket book is too obvious
Mrs. Jeronii,ah-'Looper, we~ regret to
lean, has been qui,o sick, but we hope
ehe nay aoon be restored to health.
Mrs. W. B. F. Taylor antd sevaral of
he: .hildren have been quite sick with
measl:o, but we aro glad: to le;ru they
are all imiproving.
Dnn Tuuri UYW.N ii a'1.iiuilN.--A
mfei ts worse thano dent.h from U; crine
t r ohes, suih as Fl"tl ing of thle W)Imb,
Leu1corrhoea ( hi tes, ) pin oful and sup-.
presse .I':istruationm, finally' foundl reme
ies wiebCI comle teC~lyture her. Any
sufIferer fromt suchm iseases can ta:ke the
reme diecs andu thuts eurei hersi If w ithout re
ject i:.g her wvolm::y tmiolestyi ihe sho(ek1c1
to a:ny i'ldress Fmt: 01r 'utA.im.: si e.rely
Marishamll St., Pnuiladelphdia, Pao. Namett tiS
Tniir Vour'.uo1 Ber C'o., of Marshall,
ichel., otYer to) Send their (ueleb)rated EL
E-c'rnio-VOur.uI( I ar 'anid othlir ELF.i'rruo
APPLAANCEs on trial for thirty dlays, to
men (yonag or obil) aifllieted with nmervous
deblility, loss of vitality amnd manhood,
andL aill kinkredl trleslO. Alto for rheni
mad ism, neuralgia, paralysis and1( many
other1 diseasies. CJompleo rostoration to
healhi, vig(or andi manihoo,d gnartanteedl.
No risk is incumrr'd as thiirt.y dlays trial is
allowed. Write them alt onico for illustra
'led namnb1)hlt, fo. jan 1, 'K5._1i
- -- -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
in pursuance of the provisions of an Act
of the State of South Carolina, entitled
"An Act to authorizo Counties, Town
ships, Cities and Towns interested in the
construction of the Carolina, Cumbe
land Gap and Chicago Railway Company,
to subscribe to the capital stock of said
Company," approved )ecember 22d,
1888, an election will be held on the 9th
DAY OF MAY 1885, at the voting pro
cinct for Pickons Court House Township,
in the Town of Pickens Court House, at
which election will be submitted to the
qualified voters of said Township the
question whether or not the said Town
ship of Pickens Court House shall sub
scribe Ton Thousand Dollars, on the
assessed valuo:for taxation of the real and
personal property in said Township in
bonds to the capital stock of the Carolina,
Cumberland (ap and Chicago Railway
Co ipy, according to the provisions of
said Act, and on the conditioi. that the
bonds to be issued thereunder shall be
deposited in the Carolina Savings Bank
of Charleston, in trust to bo delivered to
the President of the Carolina, Cumber
land Gap and Chicago Railway Company,
only upon a completed line to and within
the present corprrate imata of the 'Town
of Pickens Court House, being construct
ed in accordance with the resolution of
the Board of Directors, as adopted March
5th 1885, and entered on the minutes,
and on the further condition to be ex
pressed on the bonds to be issued by
authority of the vote to be taken; that
said bonds shall' be null and void, unless
said Railroad shall be constructed to and
within the present limits of the Town of
Pickens Court House.
The voting at said election shall be by
ballot. Such of the voters who desire to
vote in favor of said Township making
the aforesaid subscription shall vote a
ballcd aaving written or printed thereon
tb word "Subscrip;ion," such of said
votos who desire to vote against the said
Subscription shall vote a ballot having
written or printed theroon the words
The polls shall be opened at 8 o'clock
A. M. of said day and remain open until
5 o'clock P. M..
T. C. Robinson, 0. W. Taylor and J.
L. Thornley, have been appointed man
agers of said election, with full power to
hold and conduct the same, count the
votes, declare and certify the result ac
cording to the laws in force and the pro.
visions of said Act.
By resolution of the Board.
A. B. TALLEY,
Chairman Board County Commis
sioners for Piciens County, S. C.
april 21, 1885 :io 3
CIOR RECTIE WPEKT.Y nrT 2'.'.G u'8N &' MiL L.Eli
SueAns- Ctt Lemf............
.t rau iiied A..................6 )
O(er t....... .... .. . 6
G lden 0t,.................6
Brw...c............. . 5
G:ouAss d .........Syr........ ..0.@0
MLA(sE Golen Svr~ (1(. .... .~% 30
Ne. r1e....... .............00
('h in bhis.........n~t....
1lC NewIt1 Or.leans, dhoce new - 5.
Newtf4 rle:.s. p.mflo.... . 451;
Nreaw~ rlkesf.r......... 30I
L.Afn- --(hoen( ke,itte, ti ierces .. . .. 8}
('hoice kettle t ubs .. .., 9
Chice~~ kettle butckets.. 1(0
'orn froma w)Iols .s.
Oats, tIeorgia Gra'/.ini.. 551
FLr- bit e It ioud, per bid... $ 7 50
Kidder's Be'st.............. 65
() I. (r. tau , granaulat ed . (. OC0
IIlowa.rd ' trePt .. .. .. .. .. ...4 50
Pearl U rit pel~r bbl..... ...4 25
O.1t. Aleal........ .... ..... 7 0
R ron- --Chilce w................7
Praime new....... .... 7.
GAo- i new................6
r- o. :i........ ........ $ 00
TO LOO A
BUY BLACK A:'
Black and Coloroc
Black Henrietta C
Black Alma Cloth
Black and Coloroi
Black and Albatrc
I WILL GUI
WILL FIND I T 1
P. R.-Ask f
novy 20, 1884
jan 8, 1885
d1en( 18, 84
'OCK BEFORE YOt
toriu Lawns, Mula,
ia Linens, Persian Lawns,
1 Over Embroidory,
3iory, Gloves, Corsets,
f,, lies Underwear,
. OF E VEI? YTIN(
J EVERYTHING AS LOW AS
J. M. DICKSON, .t g't.
riE, S. C.
ie State of South Carolin
COURT OF COMMON PLEAM
to 0. Davis, Plaintiff, against Johni
,rown, James I[. Weddington, at
"ohn Van Landingh:un as surv'ivor.(
3rem, 1Browni & Co., D)efenldants.---S,a
'IONS FOR itcI.E, COMiPLAINT NOT SE0
the l)efeidlants atbove named:
0U: are terebv sumluoned and require
to a.iWel' the c(.,tiplai it inl tais aet.io
wlich a co)py is' herewit i sert'ed p)')
I, and to serve a (10)cy of your answerI
said cornplaint on the suLscribers
ir 4,llce, PI'ckents C. It., . U., with
"nty days after the service hereof, e
Kive of the d'ay of such service; and
fail to answer the c'omhl)ilit with
titne afore5aid, the plaiitifl in fit
ion wi1 apply to the Court for the reli
i 'ide'd in the eoilaitint.
)ati'd 1st. A wi , 1H85.
L.a. .1 .1. L.EW IS, .e. '.
WIlTNI:1t & ROHINSON,
& T. C. Itt)BI1N.()N,
I'0 .John S. Brown, James II. Weddin
and 1:1J:o \':a Laud inghamn, absei
I('ditts: Take notice, that the sutl
)Iis:t:d complaii.t iii thi' at inn, of whit
for'ginag is at copyt of thme s4ummtton
is filed in the oflce of the Clerk of ti
urt of Common Pleas for Pickens cou
on the 1st day of April 1885, and ti
tthbject of this atlonl is fori the partiti<
at certain lot otf laud in the town of' Ce
i, St~te an C'ounity afor'~esajid, and
tre futlly desevihe'd ini the ecomplauint.
W~IllTIN Elt & JIOIINSON,
Plaint,i i's Attorners.
api 9, 18835 28 bn
25 YE A RS IN U SE.
The Greatest aTriumph of the Age
Lose of n poetite. lBowescostive. Pain 11
the hend, withi a dull senation in thb
back part. Pain under tihe shoulder
blade, Fullnesa after eating, with a dle
inclinution to exertion of body or msind
Irrltability of lemper, Low spirits, with
etfeigohaving neglected some duty
Weariness, Dizziness, Fliutterlng at thb
Haart. Dots before the eyes, Hleadachl
ever the right eye, Restlessness, witi
Siful dreams. Highly colored Urine, ant
TUT''s P LLS are especialiy adapte<
to such cases, onto done etreets stuch a
ebang eoffeelina rsto astonish thesauferer
They Ieresse C he A poetite.snd cause thi
btodytoTah~e ou Flesh.(thus the sy.tem I
aosarished.aond byIhetir TCnie Acetious 01
GAY MlAIn or WuIstcane changed to
Gosser BLACKc by a single application c
this DIr. It imparts a natura,t color, act
instantaneously. Sold by Druggist., c
ment byo ep re-, on reoeipt of S1.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York~
A RADIOAL.OURE FOlt toroihd~.,i~.
VEARSBY u.2...' itANY ~~
"flL~ 1ur To,,b.
The Big Show Still
EASLrEY, M. C.
STILL they come and yet they go. Thos.
Qr AAKBL E BURESAUS will notelt ay
All kinds of Walnut and Panel Beds, con
and then are gone.
Spindle, Trundle, and Single Beds, all G
Bed Springs, Wire, Shu,:k and Cotton
Mattresses, Chairs and Itockers, all grades
A large variety of Extension. Kitchen
Tenpoy and CenterTables, Parlor and
Chamber Suits. Lounges. Cradles, Cribs,
Whatnots, latIt Racks, Umbrella Stands. p
Chromos, Mottoes, Frames, &o., Kitchen 1
and Side Lloard Safes.
Always on hand a general line of Under.
takers Supplics, consisting of Caskets,
Burial Cases and liurial Robes, for bot It -
sex. all styles. Coflins Trimmed in any
y style of Ilattdle! .itd l'lates, at all hours.
r All Goods at bottcn figures Call and
see for yourselves. No eharge made for
looking. Accept thanks for pa.t favors.
A. M. RUNiO,
PROPRIETO11 FURNITURE HOUSE.
et. 15. 1888 21
OLLEGE,NEWARtK, NEW JERsEY.
Ocuple, three Hlldings. f,arweatant Best. More
penlt or gradnatra tha all other se ool's aum
Lie oholraip.s4. W to for f'ircsrs.
b OLEd. UMAN. PAI & -..Ptoprictorb.
-HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
W V'itt oure or provent Thienes.
No Hones wlll die of CoLIC. Bo-r or Lune P.
1- mu, if Foutz's 'ow.ers are uscd in time.
- outz'sPowderswillcureandtprovent Iwloo(*om.a
Foutz's Powders will prevent (APE IN FowI a
?'outz's Powetrs will increase the qtunntity of milk
and cream twenty per cent., and nake the buttor arm
Foutz's Powdrs wil cure or prevent slintot nvn.
D esasa to which hlorses and CetUe are PoLfect.
ot IrrT' -'GRDits WILL OIVe BATIarAOTIoi.
DAVID 3. "OUTl, Proprieter,
tt ..-. DALTII on. DA.
SENT FREE OF CHARGE.
1 1 , C. F. lOC'I t SON,
Is 6th Ave. & 20th St., New York City,
f riil issue on or about March 10th and send
FREE to any address their
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER, 1885.
Beautifully illustrated. wit h lithographic
Fashion PlAt es and about 2,000 wood en
gravings; a Complete guide for all Laties',
Gents', Children's and Infants' wear, C
it Iousekeeping Goods, Milinery, etc. It
T- 'Ihis ilrt does the lai"rest and most satis
h fas:tory enta'ogtue trade tn this country.
'hey list all goods at their New York
1e store prices, which are aciowledged lower L
than those of anyother house in the United A
t States. '
n Th'ley receive backamtd refurnd the money
for all' goids1 not dlesiredl, exceeptintg those
Smade to order, anid soi elassed in their book.
They guarantee all artieles exIactly its re
pinented, ttnd kaayo e,wsede fror thm'insmilrosj
an unteqmatled reptaltioni for fir and hion
es5t deltiniug. A
MUSLIN, CAMBRIC AND) FINE UN
D)ER WEAR A SPECIALTlY.
Detalers sliould sendl for their Speal
D)iscouint list to the T1rade.
jan 15, 1885 15 4
Columbia and Greenville Railroad
On and after April 12tht, 18N'5. Pae- A
a ger Trainas will rumn ui herewi II th imatemd
uptionl this road anmd its b;ranebes: D)aily
No. 53 -iii l.ssNoiga.
Leve Cohnbi.A. t .' \D. 10 10 It mI
) ('& (I Dmp't.11 10 a m
A rrivo ilston-.------....... ..121 pt m)IT
Arrive Newer-- ...... I .p m A
Arrive NIity.Six .-. ...... 2 d0 p mn
tarrivye llilt.on.. .. ..... ....4 40 p~ m A~
A rrrivye ut Green;vill.... ...I Oj 0P m
No. 52 iiinow ~p.io.
Leatve G reenvilh-.at. ......... 950 amt
Arrive Hlton - -t-..-.---.-.... .. 13 a im
Arrive' Ilodg.es- -- .. . . . ..2 23 pi in
n, Atinve .aieiy..Si\..-..--.......... 1 12 p~ m
f A rri ve Newtii-ry............... 30-3 p im
ArieA so ..- . . .-1 08 p mn
Ar'vet'uunia A U& G 1)pot 5 I5 p mt A
- (8 June-..5 30 p m11
Spartanburg, Union & Columbia R R i
No. lid ti -1:l :is.
IT Leave AIston. ........ .....12 25
Arrive oiinioni....... ...
Y A rie. pae S., lI & C D epot
"urrv Spa:rg. lH & I) I)p.I
No. 52 -- tDowVN I'
.OW.L=n*, . Wit. A. Wn t y
iqknas, o. AL.*. C, GreenTim4 %.
Wusa,. W. $Ettw4 .
TTORINETS & COUSiWWR8 AY.7:
1practic #a all the CourtsofG?Uegygia
Coutmate and FederaL
may 29, 1886/ 5
B. Wuiar., C. SL Roiasss
reenville, 8. C. Plekens, 8. O.
WHITNER & ROBINSON
ttorneys and Counsellorl at Law,
PICKENS C. If., S. C.
rompt attention given to all busins
ractices In the 8tate and Unit.ed Sta .a
O(Tce in School Covwnusioner'. OOfee.
jnn 31, 1S84 8
THOMAS C ROETNSON,
iTTOR.NiY AT LA1
PICK ENS C. II., S. C.
Practicos in the Courts of t:
tato and in the United Stat.
Ofliee In Court $ou.se.
sept 13, 1883 51 ly
4. F. ANani., J. W 1cnw.
Ireenville, 8. C. Pickens C. 11., S.
ANSEL & NEWTON,
Ltttrn eys at Law
PICK ENS C. 11., S. C.:
June 14, 1883 88 tf
.A. CHILD. J. B. Bol1aI
CHIL]) & BOGGS,
TTO8N EYS & COUNSELOlS AT LA W
PICEENS 0. S., a. 0.
Will practico in all the State an
ederal Cout to.
march 29,1889 2
TAYLOR & CARY,
LTTORNEsYS AT LAW
PICKENS C. U., 8. 0.
march 16, 1883 26 tf
Eiannond & Danville R R
On and after April 6th, 1884, Pn
nge Train Service on the Atlanta and
blarlotte Air Line Division will be asfol.
I X'RI+asM :I 61, DAILY.
eave Atlanta ' 6 00 p
rrive Gaineaville 8 08 p m
Lu..a A 8 x.8 p
Ra:xn Gap Juanotlon B 9 22 p mn
He'neca DI- 1 56 p m
GIreenvillo E ~ 21 27 a m
Spaxrtanburg P 1 42 a m
Gastoia U 8 45 a in
rrive Charlotte HI 4 46 a in
MAI r.NO. 68, PA lIr..
ente A tlanta 8 40 a mn
rrive Ganinesvilio It 82 a mn
Lulai A 10 55 a ax
Rabunif Gip Junction B 11 21 a in
Tocoma U 11 66 am
Seneca D) 12 51 p in
(Ireeniville E 2 28 p mn
8parianbhurg F 8 84 p in
Gastonia U 5 261 p in
(iharlotte, H 6 10 p mi
EX1'i.:ss NO 50, DAI,Y.
eave Chuarlotte 8 00 a nr
rrivec Gas~toniai 8 60 a im
Spartanburxxg 6 58 a nm
GIreenivillo 7 I1) a mx
Seneca -8 62 a mx
Toccoa 9i 68 a mn
llahunx Gap Junction It0 32 a m
L.ulax II 07 a m
Gainiesville 11 88 a m
rrive A thinta 1 40 p m.
NAIr, No. 62, nAuL..
ente Chiarluite 1 00 p in
irive GastIonia 1 41 p nm
Spartnhurig 8 84 p mn
Greenvillo 6 t08 p nr
Senexca t4 39 p)
TIo.cconl 7 41
Rabxun Gap Junction 8 P
Ga 'i ne evililo