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The eotton orop iA on tI s wing.
The Synod of Sout4 Carolina meets in
7hester the 21st instant.
The State Convention of the W. C. T.
J. meets at Greenville on the 15th inst.
The highest cash price paid for Seed
Totton, at Griffin & Morris' gin. 4
F4ed Wheat for sale by J. C. Griffin.
" ~n b ,-'z. " raw, at $1.25.
;illiameburg County is
u,t a res in tobacco next
There will be more sorghum made in
'ickens County this year, than in any
Alexander & Folger have a fine lot of
rioter shoes, which are going cheap for
ash or cotton.
A protracted meeting was commenced
1 the Methodist Church at this place
We regret to learn that Mrs. W. E.
[oloombe is very ill, at her home at
lalt Springs, Ga.
Mis Tommie Hall of Anderson has
eturned. to Norfolk, Va. to resume her
.uties as teacher in the college for young
A correspondent of the News and Cour
3r recommends county courts in each
ounty instead of the present Trial Jus
Last week, while the Lancaster Court
ras distributing justice to the accused,
)opeland Elliott of the same county was
listributing lead to the suspected.
Miss Carrie McMakin, one of Spartan
mirg's most intelligent and accomplished
taughters, is visiting Miss Ida Hollings
"For I am declined into the vale of
'ears," she said a little sadly, "but in
ioed I don't much mind it since I can
fet Salvation Oil for 25 cents."
The protracted meeting at Peters
Jreok church, conducted by Rev. R. J.
,Villiains, assisted by Rev. G. W. Stngle
on, resulted in ten additions to the
A ahurch, nine by baptism and one by
Eighteen converts were baptised into
he fellowship of Cross Road's Baptist
shurch on Monday of last week, by the
Rttv. D. C. Freeman.
To steal an umbrella is at lenst a crime
lint if a man steals a bottle of 1)r. Bull's
* _ough Syrup to euro his cough, can it
e:1led a crimel
Cluverius, the murderer of Fannie
\la tdison has been granted a new trial by
lie Supre ne Court. Ii the mean time
le ch:ef witness againMt him lls died,
o le has a chance of escape.
Mis P. Erskine, of Pendlet)m, S. C.,
a - a fill line of mnlli-:ory goodk, anmd isi
'idty to serve he e lsto:ners with all the
If. paet kaovy that convail tio-n, fits,
'el., w.ere canansd by worms~ gnla' ing at
hie vitals of the chil.1 Lhey. wvould seek a
cm'ady at onen. Shmriner's Indiani Ver.
Pricc 2> cints
wvill preachk inl
at this plaea on1
Lilaurslay LIttz t man'uat. Everybody
.a cordially invited to attend.
Mr. WV. J. F. Haynes brought to thin
>fflco last woeok two b)ol1s of cottoni mfes4
Iring a little over six inches in circumi
4 -orence. Tid1s is hard to beat.
M%arried, on the 4th instant, at the
-esidence of the, bride's father, by Rev.
). L. Ijatcher, Mr. H. B. Brockshire of
Pickens'County, and Miss L. E. Prince
The Carolina Spr'tan says that Col.
V. M. Spoights, once of the Greenville
* sews, is at Batesvuille, Mis's., editing a
right paper, called the WVoekly Pano
Married on 11th instant,, at the resi
lonce of Mr. WV. A. Mauldin, by Rev.
air. Hutchins, Mr. Elias E. Mauldin
a) Miss Sarah Farr,-all of Piekons
Jounty. We extend our hearty congrat..
ilation and best wishes for their happiness
Messrs. F. WV. Poe & Company, Gireen
nil's model clothing merchants have
ne of tihe best stocks of clothing ever
brought to Greenville. Mr. E. B. Owen,
v '10 Is with thiem, will take groat plea.sure
fitting up his many Pickens friends in
>thing and shoes. When in Greenville
- sure to call en these gentlemen; they
o always polite and in a good humor.
A Georgetown jury of inquest by their
ordict say that the dooased, Scott, col
ed, came to his death from gun and
stol shots at the hands of D)eputy Slher
R. C Davis and his possee, acting umn
* r the law, andl in attempting to escapoc
* 1 drowneOd in the waters of Church
.ook on Black Mingo, S. C.
At the Stock Show and Auctionm Sale
at Thursday Mr. W. M. Hagood and
*.r. P. MoD. Alexander each bought a
ne jersey cow, the former paying $38,
iiithe latter $40. Mr. J. C. Griffin se~
ired a fal'. blood young jersey bull un
igistered for $IS. Major Lewis bought
fine mare for $250. Mr. A. says he
ould not take a hundred dollars for his
ir~wy ~ V'rw~s. -Twenty-five years'
4 . first quality goods
'I' *, v . y visitinig the nor
A 4"a hing the changes of
ns of prices, enables
? ue oue ,Ie miout favorable ad
antagee to customners. Politeness,
oromptnees, reasonable prices, everything
isually found in a flst-class dry-goods,
aon.eeand ci>e house, arad all goods as
repreente, fnke It pleasant and profit
ible to visit the store of Horey & Towyne.
buaihes was the o9nsideratioi df-the tt
tiyiof for a change in tl}e koadI g I
from Shady Grove Churoh- to Hfl ft
exsander's. After hearing the te ohy ,A
the petition was gratted, !d Robet
Stewart, D. A. Herd shd J.
were appointed speoa
mark out the necessary ohanges.
The petition for a public ftoid
from Morgan's store to ,Piola"$.;
was 'granted. Robert Stewart, Jlmes
Nimmons and J. W. Thomas were ip.
pointed commissioners to layit out. bhe .
same action was taken on' the' petition j
for a new road beginning at the head of
Nine Timeb and running the most prao
ticablo route to the school house at Mr. i
0. P. Field's. Special- commissioners, e
Colonel 0. P. Field, J. 1&. Nimmons and I
J. J. Herd. F
A potion was filed asking for a new i
road to begin near Margaret Alexander's t
and to be run the most practicable route I
by J. A. Crenshaw, W. A. Martin and c
others. It was placed in the hands of J. 1
J. Herd, to be considered at the meeting *
A petition was filed asking for a public C
road from Piekens C. H. to Easley. It
was placed in charge of Mr. Day and will s
be considered at the meeting in December
James L. Stephens, Supervisor of .
Pickens Court House Township, tender
ed his resignation, which was accepted,
and Col. 0. P. Fields was appointed to
f11l the vacancy.
Mr. Matthew Hendricks, for the ape- 3
cial commissioners to lay out the road
from Piokens Court House to Pumpkin- ']
town, reported that they had marked out
the same, and that when it was properly
worked it would be a fine road. The '
heaviest grade on said road will not ex
ceed one foot to the rod.
The petition for changes in the road
leading from Morgan's store into the
Eastatoe settlement, by way of the bridge,
was granted. Spocii commissioners J.
M. Nimmons, J. W. Sutherland and J.
Capt. J. J. Herd was instructed to
open as soon as possible the road leading t
from Pickens Court Houso up Town 11
Creek to D. F. Bradley's place.
Mossrs. Talley and Herd were author
ized to finish the road from Pickens C.
H. to Pumpkintown and build the ne- 0
cossary .idges. They were also in- t
structed to purchase a mule for the poor
Greenville is astir over the proposition e
to build a narrow guage railroad from tl
that city to Augusta, by way of Newber
ry. We have ulway. e:)l:idered Green
yule a broad guage town, but she may
think there is not suflicient space ulnoc
cupied, on the route propoved, in which C
to lay at broad gu-ge track. If that be
the case she is excusable.
We desire ny'erybsody in Pickens C< un
ty to give u a a call at our new. stoice in
West E~ 'ad, Gir"enville. whero they will 0
finid the house 'iIled w'.ithaspleadid stock
of choie a go ids, e very artie lenew and1( at
ti l.>wast prici att which goodsi cau be
sold. IIere you will receiive every aitt ni
tian po3sible to give you. Respecetfully,
F'.moososo & MIIJrn, -
Grieenville, S. C.
- C ul
BEST TONIC. a
This meddicinio, comibi ing Iron with puer.
vegetablie tonales, qujickly andmide jltely c<
lIimure lnood, Malarin,C hili anid Fevers,
and Neuraig ia.
It is an unrfailing remedy for Diseases of the
Kidmneys and i, ver.. d
It is invaluiable for Disens,es paceultar to
WVomen, and all who lend ,edentary lives.5
It10 d ao i!Jjure the teeth., clase heaadache,or ra
produce "om tipation-oher fron meedtiies do.
It enriches anid purities the lood, stimulatee
the appetite, aids the saimillation of food, re
lieves Ieatrtbuirn and lielchinag, and strength- 5
ens the nutaseles and nerves.a
F'or Intermhitent F everm, lassitude, Lack of
Energy, &c., it lhnes no equanl.
*B- The genuine hats abovec trade mark and
crossed red lines on wrapper. Take nao other.
Made only by DIROWN CHi EmICA L C0., BIALISiMR, MD).
Bucklen's Arnica Salvc.
The Blest Salve in thme world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sorm,s, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Moresq, Tettes, flhapped I lands(, Clihibai ne,
C~ornas, iand alii Skini Eruptions, antd positLi ve
ly etures Piles, or 1no pay reqjuired. It is C
guaratnteedl to give perfect satisfation, or
monley refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by D)r. (4. W. Earle.
NeTrvous Debilitated Men
You are allowedh a free trial of thirty 3
dlays of the use of Dr. Dye's (Clebratod
Voltaio Bolt with Electric Suspensory
Appliances, for the speedy relief and
permanent cure of Nervous Debility, loss
of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred
troules. Also for many other diseases.
Complete restoration to he<b', vigor I
andi manhood guaranteed. 3 k risk is
mocurred. Illustrated pamphlet, with j
full information, terms, etc., mailed free
by addressing Voltaiu, J.lt CJo., Marshal
F THlE PIIell)IONT INgTITUT'E
wll be resonedc1 on WsED)NESDAY,
th d ay of SEI*rEMB1Elt next. '
Ites of Tuition remain unmeha'ig
moard in private famjilsat$' pe
Pheepamentia of MusIc, In charge of
MsH0LIG8WORTH offer esIot
F'or any informatin, address
W- M. MeCASLAN,
B. .Siemore, olored ha r ht
1 tia of Ioe the t? . r
Uited tton k f
tate of South Cat:lfl a A
ClUN1CY O PIOKEN8.
IN COURT (OF COMMON PLEAS.
ohn M. Jones, vs. Mary Whitmire et al.
CTION FOR PARTITION, &c.
URSUANT to an order for sale, made
in the above stated case on the 8d June
885, I will sell at Pickens Court House,
n 8 tLES) tY IN NOVEMBER next, at
ub'ic sale, the Land described in the
leadings, to wit:
All that PAR'EL or TRCCT of LAND I
Pumpkintown Township, PiekensCoun
v, on Carriek's Creek, waters of Oolenoy
tiver, adjoining lands of Van S. Jones, 4
ra T. Roper, William Masters and others,
ontiniing One IIundred acres, more or]
TERMs OF SALE-One-half of the purch
so money to be paid in cash, the balance
n a credit of twelve months, with inter
st from day of sale, secured by bond and
iortgage of the premises. Purchaser to
ay extra for papers and for recording the
J. J. LEWIS, o.c.r.
Soct 8, 1885 2 4
Itate of South Carolina
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
In Probate Court.
.x-Parte, John McClanahan, Petitioner,
he Real Estate of Godfrey Mauldin,
Citation and Notice.
'O Fannie McClanahan, (formerly Fan
nie Mauldin,) Reuben Garvin McClan
alan, Elias Kimsey McOlanihan, John
Godfrey McClanahan, Andra Elizabeth
McClanahan, and Willim Harrison
McClanahan, if alive, or if any one or
all of them be dead, then to their heirs
at law and distributees othe.r than the
p etitioner John McClanahan.
VHEnREAS, John McClanahan of the
ounty of Coffee and State of Tennessee,
as filed his petition in this court to have
Lie distributive share of his wife Fannie
rormerly Fannie Mattldin), a sister and
eir-at law of Godfrey Mauldin, deceased,
aid and delivered to him as sole surviv
ig heir-at-law of his said wife Fannie.
'hose are therefore, to cite, admonish,
otify and require you and each and
very of you, to be and appear before
le Probate Court, iinand for the county
ad State firstDforesaid, at Piokens Court
[ouse on the first Monday int December
oxt, (being the 7th day) at 11 o'clock in I
te forenoon, then and there to show
use if any you can why the prayer of
it said petition should not he granted
id said distributive share paid unto the
etitioner ts therein demanlided.
Given under may hand and
L. . seal of offico at Pickens Court
House, this the 1st day of
utober, Anno Domini, 1885.
J. H. NEWTON,
Ja1dge of Probate.
WHITNER & RBO1IN ON,
To the parties above named, and to all
thera to whoini it niay conce4rn: Take
otico thait the potition ini the above mat
er wa.s filed in mnyofile the 30th day of
ep)tembehr, A. D.; 1885.
J. H. NEWTON, ,r.r.r.e.
WHITNER, & ROBIINSON,
oct 8, 1885 2 Ow
3. M. SNIDER
Tatohes, Diamonds and Jewelry,
GREENVILLE, 8. 0.
y facilities for doing Finie Wa,ch Work is
Isurpiassed in the Southi. All work guar
teed. 1 sell thie Celebrated Diamond
>ectacles an.s Eye Glasses.
may 1, 1884I 81 tf ]
[[1E8E PRICES AillE FOQl WhIOLESALE
IRRiOCTI WR.EK.Y nYPNFROIUSON & MILLERi
There has been a steady range of prices
a,ring the piat week. Flour has gained
)o. per barrel in price. Meats have
unainedt the same, with the tendency
ownwardl. Now Corn is comning in
lowly, and sells at 500e. Sweet potatoes
re a drug at 85c. Eggs scarce, and soll
t 16g. Butter 20c. Fodder $1 per 100
undies. We quote:.
UoAns5-Cut Loaf............ )
, Extra White o.... ..... 6
(Ooiden o................ ...
'oFFEE-,.Java, old Governnient.2500
Rioi, Choice............ l(@00
............ ........ .... ...10 @00
Museovado lm inlhhs........80
.Museovadlo in bbis.... .. . .. 8
Culha in bhIs............
New Orleans, new crop. ... 75
Newv Orleans, pritnie... 45
Ne w qrleans, fair . .. 28
New Orleausy conmon g 25
IAcou-('hcar R. Sides; di-y3 sa*.,, 6A
Hlams, D)avs'diaanond.. 12~
Breakfasit Bacon. ....... .
,Ann)--Choie kettle, tierces.... 7
Choice kettle tubs..., 8
('holce kettle buckets... 9
hRAiN--C(rnl, ear 10Oad...........,
Barley. ... ............1.2.
Oats, Texas Riust Proof 55
Georgia Grazing. ..........0
'r.oun--White ('loud, per bblu,.... $ 0 00
Kidder's Best... . .......,.'7 00
J)o do choice........0
0. F: Grant, granulated... 6 54)
lEoward street... ....... ... 50
Pearl (Orits per bbl........ 25
Oat Mueal................. 04) )
trog-Chice new............... 6
[AOKBREL - 0-3.--.----.......~ $10OU
IIalf hhla No 3........ 350
Quarter hiis Na 3.......... 2 on
20) lbs Kits No8.... ......25 (
151bs Kits No t ........ 1a
TRAmrt- .0P4 0A01; TA
CouNTY or PIOKIN8.
larper layne, ps. Andrew Haynes et a.
LCTION 1 I T ON, kd.
URSUANTto an.ordt fOr Ite in the
above stated. aser umle by on. J. 0.
othran, reiding.Jds, on: the 8 June,
885, I fl1 a, us .Court Houwe,
t public sale, on AIAIDAY IM NO
1EMBER,ext, all the R1;AL ESTATE
1 Mrs. Mary laynet, deceased. consist.
ng of Four (4) Tracts of Land near Pick
as Court House, to wit:
TRACT NO. 1,
)n which there is a Dwelling House,
c., contaihing 81 9-10 acres., more or
ese, adjoining Tracts Nos. 2 and 8, and
TRACT NO. S.
ontaining 88 8.,10 acres, more or lees,
djoining lands of W. 8. Kirksey, Tracts
fus. 1 and 8, and others.
TRACT NO. 8,
ontaining 18 2-10 acres, more or less,
djoining lands of Kelley, Newton, and
rract No. 2.
. TRACT NO. 4,
'ontaining'8 8-10 acres, more or lees, ad
oluing Cox, Tract No. I and others.
Plate of the laud can be seen in Clerk's
TERMS or SALe-One-third of the purch
se mony cash, the balance on a credit of
welve monthts, secured by bond and mort
age of the premises-credit portion to
tear interest from day of sale. Purchaser
o pay extra for all papers and for record.
ng the same.
J. J. LEWIS, o o.r.
oct 8. 1RA 2 4
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COUR' OF COM-10N PLRAS.
arah E. Crow, et al , vs. Mary E. Ilam
ilton, et al.
CTION FOR PARTITION, &c.
L )URSUANT to an Order for sale, made
in theabove stated case, on the 3d
lune 1885, by lion. .J. 8. Cothran, presid
ng Judge, f will sell at Pickens Court
louse, on S-t LESD t Y IN NOVEMBER
text, at public sale, the Land described in'
he pletdin gs, to wit:
All that Tl'R %CT OF LAN) in Centra)
Pownshi p. Pickens County, on branch
vaters of Twelve Mile River, adjoining
ands of estate Dennis Dodd, h illiam
iutehittson, M. R. Boggs and others, con
aining One IHundred and Fourteen (114)
t"res, more or less,-known as the Mrs.
larv Leather4 P'ace.
Tif.nMS OF SALE-- One-half (f the purchase
noney to be paid in cash, the balance on a
redit of twelve months, with t.a - '
Mtate of Nouutla One roinua
Coun ty of Pickens.
IEn Comm't of Comunaan PIeas
WVilliamn 1. Tiho'mpson, vs. Gabriel Thomp.
sun et ali.
A.CTION FOR PARTITION, &c.
I)URSUJANT1 to ant order for sale, madt(e
Lina t ae abo)ve stated ease, on the 1d .June
l885, by lion, J. 8. ('ot.ho, piresiding
Fudge, I will sell att icekens Court IIouse,
in SA'ESD)AY IN NOVEMIIER next, at
)iblic sale, the Ltad descri bed in the
>leadings, to wit:
All that TRACTOR PAR'EL of LAND)
ni Pumipkintoiwnt Townshaip, Pickenas Coun
v', on. Duck ('reek, waters of Soth Saluda
Siveci., adljoinin ag lands oif Abarahmam B1.
'ailey, Frank R->binson, .Josepha Itigdlon
nfd others, containing One Ilundred (100)
Lcres, more or less.
TIEn.tis OF SAJI. -One-half the purchind
nonmey to be paid in cash, the ha ance On
credit oif twelve months, with initerest
romn day (of sale, secure.d by bond andl
nortgatge of the pr(nmises. Ibirchaser to
>ay extra for all piapers and for recording
J1. J. LEWIS, (.0.1.
oct8. 1885 . _ 2 4
istate of Satt Carolinma,
ooVNTY OF icKF.Ns.
IN COURT OF' COMMON PLEAS.
-1. RI. Case, vs. M. A. Griffith and B. T.
.JUDG)MENT FOR FORECLOSURE.
JURS(UANT to an ordler for saile, made
L. in the above stated case, on the 3d .June
l885, by lHon. .J. 8. Cothran, presidling
ludge, I will sell at Pickens C'ourt Hotuse,
>n SAI4ESDAY IN NOV EMBI-:R next, at
>ubllic sale, the Lanid described ini the
aleadings, to wvit:
All that PIE E, PARCEL OR TRACT
4F LANI), situate in Cenitral Township,
Pliekenis County, oni wate'rs oif Six Mile
Jrcek, b)oundedC( on the East lay lands of
3. F. Smith andu the estate ot Jonaathaan
King, dceasedC(, on the Vn est bi lands of
Whitner symaims, on t.he North by lands of
Dr. Tr. W. F"olger, oan the South ! lands
f F. L,. Garvin, containing (t A. hundred
'100) acres, more or less.
'T'ERMs OF SALR-- One-half of the pturch
se mone,y tot be paidl in cash, the balance
>n a credit of twelve mnonthas, with interest
rom (lay of sale, secured by' bond and
no(rtgage of '.o premilses. P urchaser to
>ay extra for .dl papers andi( for recording
J. J. LEWIS, o. .
oct 8, 1885 2 4
T. G. BLACK,
Jeweler and Watch Repairing,
(ain St,, 2d Corner Below C. H.
TH E NEW A36RIC~AN NO. 7, ANTD
he New. Automatic White are the best.
9 ,se cash btuyers watled.
rluvu mnw ' .oe r
- GREEN VIL
L'30 3. -AND
The Largest and Bei
We have% ever had. Would cal
Silks, Cashmeres, Flannel Suitings, B
Comels Hair, Gueynseys and all the a
We have a 1iI, li ne of Trin
Plushes, Milk Velvets,
Laces, Braids, I
BOUGHT DIRECT FRONM
We have the newest styles in Newm
Also, a full line of Misses Wraps an
Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, Ladies and
IN OUR STAF
We have a large stock in Blankets, Flat
Kerseys, Shirtings, Sheetings, Plaids,
We have made a Specialty of MOU]
past and offer a large line
IN OUR DEPARTM
We have the Largest St
1ets in a
ttiuugs, Rugs, '
____ _NEXT BOO]
MARBLE AND GARNITE'
Dont wvaste your money on botch
Cheapest Iron Railin)gs in the world.
CLARK & WILCOX.
Greenville, S. CI:
dec 18, 84 12 1y'
a ne,et.oR FO o- t reda oa b A Ti
DEBILITY, ' Iou.rzn~ejr se54A
Or sicWeknes, Circular and TrialPck
P1HYSICAL -" "Ain
any uAWIdl LI huad,d
Tiermo FOR ovunSix *pain or lsconvenlrence la A r
YIAn5sYUuaaNMANY *an1 nay e i cu n Ar
TNougN,,QAl.s. B del e batc.
HARRIS REMEYCO. M roCN cmST LC
u3~URL LSRO -
Leesof speite Deelcosie,in in. Atr
the ead,witha dtt eneaten 'ith
Hb eatest befo ruho the eye,eteS
efast drassee, owel Ursive, and
bac CONS Tai ud O. hee. T*
TruTaiTy f.Per Jrew spirit.y wiatd ALr
Weariness, Doness dosfeteuch at hi
es~ d nme Heighltoston hhUfre,r.s A r
bo to a e a ar hseially ate A'r
ILbe a, ne dne eet suc a Ar:
Gwen EL,C bEy a single apieatios of At,
thuI). I aipare! ens1a eSt. A.
mont by express on recep o Si.SC
fo.44 Murray U.. New Yort
LE, S. C,
it Assorted Stock
I especial attention to our 1
ourettes, Satin Berburs,
unings to Mateh", I. Silk
arkets, Wraps, Russian Circulars,
Childrens Undervests and Suits.
inels, Jeans, Cassirneren, Linseys.
Hickory Stripes and Ginghams,
RNING GOODS for years
at very low figures.
ock in the City, of
rrunuks & Curtain Goods
t TO NATIONAL BANK.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
NoIon) eoure or yr oent b.se.
an.if Fonts's rowdora are us intie
Foutz'. Powders willecure and proven t floG CRn!UA
Fouta's Powder, will prevent OAt-uaa ltw owL.a
Fouts ' owdiers will inicrease thme quantity of muik
d creania twenty per cent., and wnake Ste butter *rsw
rot's Powders wilt cure or prevent atmomt uva
raEAsm to which iiorses and Cntt?e tarn subjeCt.
VO~ ODtt WILL OKYM sATISVAoTgoE.
DAVID 3. POUTE P rietor
>lumbia an-1 Greenville Railroad
Ont and after July 19th, 1885, Passen..
r Trua insi will runa ats herowith idicat ed
ont this road anud its branwce: D)aily
No. .53-Ui P PASSENG E .
ave Columbia A) C 0& A Decp. 10 80 a mn
) C&b G Dep't.10 55 a im
rive Alston... -..............11 F5 p mn
rivye Newherry..............125:~8 p mn
rtive Niniety-Mix.............. 2 14 p mn
rive H[age's........... 3 10jp m
rtive Bielta.na.... ...............4 24 p mf
rrive at Ocenville. .. .. .. . . .. 45 p mn
NO. b2- -~ow N .S,4EN(ER.
arie (Greenville. at.............10 10 a in
rivye feitont...................11 21 a m
rive hodge's.................12 34 p mi
rive Nntety-Mjix.............. 1 23 p in
rive Newbe;rry.............. 808 p mn
rive Aiston................. .4 10 p mn
'eC'ohtubia A &ODpt 5 15 p mn
tSG Jue-... 5 0 p mn
artanburg. Union & Columbia R R
No. 53 -UP PAs8ENGERa.
atve Aistoni.... ........ .......11 58 p mn
rive Uninn.... ..............1 59 p im
rive Spirg, H., U & (C De.pot . . 3 27 p mf
rive, Spar'g, It & D) Depot. B. . 3 37 p im
NO. 52 nomwN P'AN5ENOER,
are Spar'g, Rt & D) Depot, H . .12 05 p in
ave mar'g, 8. U & Cdep't, G..12 25 p in
rive Iion................ 1 48 p mn
rive at Aiston............... 4 05 p m5
No. 3 -- UtP PAHSF.NGR .
aive Newbeorry............... 8 45 p mi
rive Goldville....3 48 p mn
rive Cliton. ... ...5 10 p m
rivye Liarce.0 .. 00 p mn
NO. 4--DowN P'ASsKNGER.
ave Lautrens. .. ... ..10 a in
rive Clintoni. ... ...9 5.5 a m n
r~ive Newherry...............1200 p in
ave~ Hlodge's.,,..............8 20 P mn
rive' Abbeville'...,..,,..... ....4 20 p in
ite Abbeville................11 25 a mi
rive Hodge'a...........,.....1225 p in
ue Ridge R. R. & Anderson Branch
rve~ Beltont.........,........ 428 p mi
-ivye Anderson............... 501 p m
-Ive Pendleton')f........,...... 587 p
-ive $eneen C..............615pm i
rive WVtaihaa...............6 45 p mi
wte Waltl.ailla................ 8 80 a an
rive Mene<t............... 8 50 a mn
-Ive P'endleton-.--..---....... 92 a mi
rive Anderson...-.--........1027 a in
rlve it ilelton---..--.-.-.......11 02 ta m
Renrea with RI and D) R R for Atlanta.
wituh Atlantic Coast Line and South
Carolina Railway, fromi and to CThatr
With~ Wilmington, Columnbia nnd A u
gusta from iflm~i~ngton and all points~
Wilth''harlot te, ('olumbhia and Augusta
m Charlotte and all points Noirt,
with Asheville and Spartan)>uirg frotm
and Ofo points In WeME'T3. (.
Atlanta and Charlotte livionfR & [D
for Atlanta apip inJ1t&Moth & West
<11L li practice in all the CINUrtit# lle "
o ounty, State andFee
may 29, 188 4s i,1r ar x C. 8o1 1 ! r# z :9
Ireenvilh.,8. d. Plo oas, 8.Q' .
WHIrNER & EOB1 IO 'i#''
Ittorneys and Counsellorir at L
PidirEris C. H., S. ' .,
rompt. attention given to all basisess
ractices In the State and United States
OQice in School Coatp4itioner'" pgR"
Ian 81, 1884 . 8 t
THROMAS C. ROBINSON,
I TT O R NEY A T oZ,A W
PICK ENSC0. H., S.(b.l
Practies in the Coaurt of the
ltate and in the United Stao4.
Oile in Cousrt House.
sept 18, 1888 61 y
It. F. A NBKL, J. It. Nswr o'
reen ville, S. C. Pickens C. ., 8.
&NSEL & NEWTON,
*tst mrneyte at :Law,
PICKENS C. H., S. C.:
june 14, 1888 88 tt
t. A. CHI LD. J.ili.. BO0G0S
CHILD & BOGGS,
1TTORNEYS & COUN8LORS ATLAW
PICKENS C. H., 8. C.
Will praotice in all the State and
oderal Coui ts.
math 29, 1888 2
Itielinond& DawTON, R R
On and after May 811s, 1885 Pan
euge Train Service on the Atlanta and
harlotteAir Line Division will be aefol "
WxVRats NO &1, DAILY.
Leave Atlanta 600 p to
rrive Gainesville 8 08 p o
Lula A 8R8 pto
Rlabuns G ap Sunction B 98pn
Tocoon C .6pu
Meneen D)1 8 a
Osaitonia G 1)an
Leave Lla~ta8 40 p a
9riGievle1 582 p a
hula A10 66 p an
SenecaD121 27 anm
GreenilleE . 28 p anm
Bpnrtaburg F8 840 a m
Arivarlo 0 6 24 40, an
uAPIK. NO 6, DAIL.Y.
Leave Alntta 8040 a a?
Arrive Gaiesill1 82 a Ut
Toccoanbag 1166 a mn
Greenville E i 28 pnm
Spartanbr F8 64 a in
Gtona 9 26 a a
Ch1e ata 1 40 p an
MAInLe No6, I)AIT..
'eave Charlote 1o 00 p ir
,rrive (Gast onia ' 1 410 am
$pzartanbug . 8 67 a m
Greenville 4 628 a m
Seneca8 214 a m
Tocooa 955a ph
Riabun Gap JunctIon 1 p7 aa m
Lula 8 1 p7 a
GaInesville 901 88 a
ireAtlanta 1i 00 p nm
leave Atlarlte 6 00 p mn
rrive Gastoneaill 7 40 p a
reelneville 7 00 p mn
Se Anea 96 a p
pnTocco nr- 7 26 p a
Grainville 0.05 p in
A~tla 71 46 p a
~ente Aental 680apm
rrive Gaieneville a 7 a p m
r ri tlanbta 0i 25 ag
riat GafTey' s 11 10 a
Centrlt 7 00 p nm
Al ave C ne r ins 6r20 thag
o D)anvilla and Rlichsmond without change
'onnectlng at t)anvilla w.ith Va. ildland
Iwy,., to .a I estern citIes,- and at Atlanta
with all linerdiv.orgltng. NJo. 60 leaves Rich
nond at 8.126 P M. and No 61 arrives there
t 8.45 i' S and 62 leaves Richmnom,a at 2 (00
n . 63 arrIve. there tat 7 00 A sM. The local
reights stop at above namad s4ntions20 t o
|0 minut es.
Buffet SleeDinb' Cars Without Change
i'n.trains Non. 50 and 61.*Now York and
it.ata, WVashinttas and New Orleans via
)a'dille, and 8salsI-ury andI A Ahevme.
Un trains N os 5.2and 58, RIlihm'end and
ireensboro. aid Washington andlA sig oasa.
end WVashingtro and New Orleans. Ii
sturning. on No 53--sleeper Greenasb.ore
Through Tickeli on sale at Chiarlette,
ireenville. Seneca, Spnrtnnbrgand Gsints
rile to all point. Bouth, Southwest, Northa
A with N E~ R R1 to and from Athens.
B with, N E, R R toan'd from Talnlah Fulls
C with F Air Line to sad from Elberton
II with Blue Ridge a R to and fre'm wat.
E with ii afid 1 S to and froms Newberl
P with A and a IT and1 e R 3t to ad fiesta
endrlqronville. A Istan. A - *
(1 wIth ohester ai.i LeoIO U: to 'ad
ra a'ltet Yrt?Ille and wak
Ii with y e *'ivission an' m anud y'~
>and-fromn oreenshore, aTeivh...o I