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' he farmers began is earneel to drive
their pIda last wMek.
Miss Hattie Pestle has gdde to visit
relatives In Asheville, N. 0.
Mrs. J..aPesley Major, of Anderson
ounuty, is visitin her son, Mr. W. B.
Mfjor of this p:3.
Mir. D. K. Norris, one of Anderson
Countie's wealthond most progressive
farmers wIin town last weeki
f.ne~of good farmers said last
week he thought th8 plaitei's ought to
dvertise that they are now selling their
cotton below cost
Mr. W. T. Meares has moved into his
new residence South of the Public
Square. He is oosil/ fixed up, and has
all the conveniences for a comfortable
village hr me.
If your return to the Auditor is not
mnAde before next Saturday, fifty per
poent will be addedto whatyou are Worth.
Be sure that you have made your re
A gold button with coral beeds picked
up on College Hill. Owner can recover
jy identifying property and paying for
I'LOwER SEEDS FOR TIAnl--The 3o
eph Harris Seed Company, Moreton
Farm, Rochesteir, New York, offers a col
lection of new and rare Flower Seeds for
trial, at reduced rates. For description
and further particulars, see their new I1
luatrated Catalogue for 1886. It will be
sent free to all our readers.
Special Deputy Collector, R. A. Bow
en, destroyed an illicit distillery in this
M County on the night of the 8th inst. It
was located in the extreme northern por
tion of the County, near the North Caro
Goori Sas Dnunvr FnoM Tun Fsnx.
-Any of our readers who want good
fresh seeds should send for the new Seed
Catalogue for 1886, just published by
the Joseph Harris Seed Company, More
ton Farm, Rochester, New York. It is
sent without charge; postagr paid. Send
for it and get your seeds direct from the
He had just returned from his summer
vacation, and describing the beauties of
mountain scenery to a lady friend, he
asked: "Have you ever seen the Cats
kill-mountains?" and she answered; "Nbl
but I have seen the Bull's-cough syf1up!"
Tie citizens of the community of
Urif fl Church and all otliert+ ihterdstod.
are requested to medt at Glassy Mount
ain School idude, on Friday the 18th
in4t. at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of or
gauizing a Farmers and Mechanic's Chib.
Bas- Vi1'TfS o u dnaA..-A i
earliest varioty of Cabbage is the Jersey
Waketield. Fur second early, Honder
son's Summer is a popular variety. The
best fall and winter variety is Harris'
Shortatem Drumhead. There are other
good kinds, all of which can be obtained
from the Joseph Harris Seed Company,
Moretoni Farm, Rlodhester; lNew York.
Send for their catalogue and try their
wseeds. Thiere is tdthing better.
The 1lpiest boy we have had the
bleasure of seeing in some time was last
Thuisday engaged very industriously
hauling wood. He had two small year.
lings yoked to a broad little four-wheeled
wagon about ten inches high. The1 calves
the boy, and the wagon, ali seemed to
understand each othdr perfedtly. The
* commands, "gee and haw" wore properly
given and promptly obeyed. The Judge
who was with us, did not think the boy
would swap places with Mr. Cleveland,
unless the President would offer ano her
yoke of calves "to boot."
Rev. J. C. Davis, pastor i diarge,
preached a very earnest and seatelhing
* sermon in the Methodist Church at this
place, on last Sabbath, from the tdxt
"Now if any man has ridt thd ephit of
Christ, he is nond of hiis." The Church
was filled even to the "amen" corners.
and the strictest attention was given. The
sermon was a gvood one, and well timed.
After the sermoL those who had joined
at the last Quafterly Conference, wore
>aptised and recieved intd full fellowship~'
A doctor in Nsshville gave the follow
ing prescription~ idr a sidk lady, suffering
with necur dgia: "A new bariiiet, a cash
inere shmaw a pair of gaiter boots, and a
b)ottle of Sawvation Oil.'s The lady re
t3overed immediately, and earnestly reda
bnmmends thld Salvation Oil to every one.
-it is sold at all drug stores for 25 cents
Mrs. Polly Capolhart, aged about 75
y'ears, died at her residence in this town
on last 'ihui'sday njglio, th1e ilth instan;
hifter a painful illness of one month. Mrs.
IJapehiart was widely and favorably kown
int botb Odonee and Pickens Counties,
and leaves nlnti.y fri6nds andc adquaint
anonis to mourn her deaths She left no
shildren, but one dalighter.il-law, one
grand child and several great grand
bhildren, 'ho residecd Mthi her at the
time of her heath. She *tdd, and had
been for a number of years, a oons
member of the Methodist Church, aed
her remains were buried In the Method.
ist church yard in. this place on Friday
evening last; Rev. 0. L. Durant onid
aicting the funerals. ceremonies, May
she rest in peae;
Jhhn R. Randall, libratian of the
tuercentile library assodiatidtl hidd a
mnember. of the ltimore Bar, committ..
ed muldide ott iMonday nderning at his
boarding house biy, di1dtirig liriself
throu1gh th~e lhda while in ls bed, Al
most at the saide time the Aged lathdi- ofI
the young man, - Dr. But'tod Radklal
United States a!Rlig, died of Oenntf
the brain in thEA ld14gtal at Washington
ag"ed eighty-one yearb:
When to be Born.
Born on Sunday, full of gri8j.
Born on Monday, fair of faoe.
Born on Tueoday, merry and glld.
Born on Wedn^say, so and sad.
Born dii Thursday, godly given.
Born on Friday work for your living.
Born on Saturday, never shall want.
Dr. B. W. Bell died at hfs residence
in Clayton, Georgia, on Monday last,
says the Keowee Courier, after i liger
ing illness of m6 tlild t*'1ve years.
He had been oo'ined to his bed for
more than ten years. He was buried at
Clayton on Wednesday. ' Dr. Bell was
well known in Oeonee. We resided
here for a number of years, and used
his best energies and means in advano
ing the interests of Walhalla and the
,oountry. generally. He practiced his
profession and was engaged also in the
mercantile business here. He was Coun
ty Treasurer for several years, and clos
ed his accounts in that office promptly
and correctly. Dr. Bell was a native of
North Carolina and died in the 60th
year of hid a&d He leaves a most esti
mable wife and an idtt+resting family di
children to mourn tleir gkdat ioes.
The Keowee Courier of the 11th inst.
says: "On the 9th instant John Jones, a
colored youth from Pickens County, was
brought before Trial Justice Magee, of
Seneda City, dharged with rape u titi
person of Roxie Ann Ried, a colored
girl thirteen years old. living near old
Pickens Court House after a prelemina
ry examination the court considered that
a "prima facie" case had been made out
and sent the prisoner to jail to answer at
the Couft of ?essions in March." If
John does not look sharp he'll be betwedti
Heaven and earth and not on a tree.
Danger ! A neglected cold or cough ity
lead to Yneumonla,Consumption or other fa
disease. Strong's Pectoral Pills Will eurb
cold as by inagic. Best thi fngfr tlysppaa in
digestion. sick headache as thousands testily.
The Methodist Sunday School in this
place now numbers over one hundred,
Ninety seven Ansewird to roll call last
The jury in the now celebrated Fer
gusson case in Abbeville has again made
a mistrial. It is reported that it stood
eight to four for acquittal.
Hon. J. E. Boggs, editor of this pa
per, was called from home on Saturday
last, to the bed-side of his mother, who
lies seriously ill at Williamston. We
hope that Mrs. Boggs may soon recover
though at the present writing she is re
ported to be dangerously sick.
Some unthoughted person stretched a
barbod wire fridn tlid fondo on Main
street to a tree across the side walk on
last Sunday night. We know that no
misdhief was intended, but such thought.
less acts as these sometimes result seri
ously; And we trust that our boys,if they
did it, will ilot again 116 guilty df subh
thoughtly and foolish adts.
Nov1Ic v TOwNsHYP AssEssORs.--A
special meeting of the assessors appointed
for Easley, Liberty, C&entral and Hiuria
cane Townanips, is requested on Monday
the 22d February, 1880, at 10 o'clock, A.
M., and those for Pickens C, H., Daous
ville. Pumnpkintown and Eastatoe Town
ships on Wednesday, 24th inlstnit, at
l3idkena C. 11., iii ol1idd of dentnty Aud
itor. JT. B. CLYDE,
Auditor of Pickens Couuty.
Wanted, right away, 1000 busll of
corn, for which I will pa'y sixty cents
per bushel cash, delivered at Liberty.
J. D. SMITH.
The State Senate at Frankfort, K(en
tucky, passed a bill on the 12th .r stant;
establishing the whipping post for wife
Settle is quiet and troops are parading
the streets, but it is believed the mob
would reassenmble at once if tlie' were
EiiokleWs Arnica Salve
The Best Salve ini the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Riheum, Fevel
Sores, Tlettes, I happIedl IIaads,~ Chilblains,
Corns, anid all Skin Eruptins, aind pIositIve
ly cures Piles, or no pay requir-ed. It ih
guiaranteed to give pierfect saitisfton, 01
mioney rcfunided. Price 25 cenIts.lper box
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earle.
Delinquent Land Sale,
1HlE following ls the List of D)elinquenl
Lands in Pickens County, furnishaed
me by .1. Tyler lill, County 1'reasuirer, foi
fiscal year, 1884-5:
LIBIERTY TONWS illP, NO. 2.
\lrs vary We!blorn, 4 I acres, 1 buiildling;
MNiss liza -l Stauseil, '2 Lots, I building.
(CEN ItA L TOWNSillIP, NO. 3.
Lang Young, 1 Lot.
James HI ' hitnter, 56 acres.
Phillip Williamns, 20 acres.
Gleorge Russell, 1 1.00 1 b)uildinug.
Samuel P Maw, 92 acres, Ii building.
Mrs E'l izabeth Cot branx, :i- aicres.
II U IRICA N1E TOW.NS4 IIP, NO. 4.
Dr Thaaddeuus T1 Miller, 120 ice'e.
Perry D)uke, 200 acres.
J W Briazeale, 50 acres.
Mrs Margaret exander, 101 acres.
D)A(USVILLK TOW% NSHIIP, NO. 6.
deorge Blake, 37 acres.
PUJMPINTrOWN TOWNSIIIP, NO. 7~
Augustus Teffl-cl, h5 arres.
lehard ' lolbler, 100 acres.
Pof'ry D FZtetts, 100 acres.
Mary E IBll:ess, 30 acres.
EASTATOE~ TOWNSHIP, NO. 8.
Wnt E Wdlbo,tn, 850 acres.
Jackoq Segle 25acres.
Asa Iaterson, h. acres.
Perry Fsiher, 10t acres.
Wilam renshaw, 8Nl actecs.
W li C fenshd~w,uf ac-rcs.
Niaitcer Is hee'by'given, that the whole
of the several Pardalsl or Lots of Land
above descrijbed1 de, so much as will NM
necessary to pa~ thie iaxes, dosts, and
penalties charge tieredn, will lie sold
by the Treasurer of Piokdna County on
the 1st Monday in MIA RCJ, 1 tS~,un
lee sidtas o me adpnl
se wiube ontinue,d from (lay to dai
until all of said Paroels or Lots of LaI
shall be sold or ofreredI for sale.
feb i ou1nty Adiorof Pch5s
F SWEnt GUM AND MULLEINs
. e sweet gum as gathered from a tree of the
saunam, growing along the small streams in
the outhern States. contains a stimulatingeoz.
woctorant princtpe hat loosens thebem pro.
auoing the early morning cough, adsulmulates
the obtld tothrow ofrthoralse membrane in croup
nd whoopin.oough. When combined with the
ealing muciaginous principle in the mullon
lant of the old sIa o Oield. r TAYLt.os
CR11OKtHUUYw5WwiuAUMAx MUL- af
Wl hnest known remedy forGCoghe,Croup,
tab l ltj a andeoonsumption; and so pala
it. l A hedoi:
not eip it, we will pay for one time only, sit.
ries scarues on la bottle to any part of
MASONIC HALL m
STOVYES. , IOVE.S
STOVES. STOVES. j
I HAVE A FEW MORE STOVrS 111
that will be sold at reduced prices for 'he
next 60 days If you haven't got ond you
surely expect to buy one before the summer
months pass. Ask your neighbor who has
one what he would takc to do without it
just one season, and then see if it will not
pay you to buy one.
I Keep a good line of HEAVY AND Nj
FANCY GROCERIES that I sell fo- the
lowest cash price.
Of every kind on hand and made to order.
Old Tin-ware Repaired at short notice in
the best manner.
A. M. MORRIS.
jan 28, 1886 18 1y
The State of South Carolina
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Crane, l'>ylston & Cb., Plaintiffs, against I ~
L. Ross Eaton et al. Defendants.
JUDGMENT FOR FORECLOsURF4.
I )URSU ANT to a D)ecree for Foreclosure
Land Sale, mnade in the above stated
case, by Horn. A. P. Aldlfiel, Presiding
Judge, oin the 19th Septemb)er, 1884, I
willisell to the hiighes't bidder at Pickens~
Court House, during the legal hours of [I
satle, on Salesday i March, 1886, the fol
lowving desirdible RE iL ESTATE, to er
All that, Tract of Lanti, lying in the U h
Town of Central and State ant Count,, y
aforesaid, containIng (.1) Seven-eights of de
an aere, more Or less, bounded on the
East. by La. Ro4ss Eaton, on th.e West by P1
Air hjiue Haih'oaid Conipany, on thle North
by Ed Crooks, (street intervening) on the vi
South bIy Main street.
TLERLM CASH -Purchaser to pay for te
HI. A. RICHIEY, s.r.o. ki
fe b 4, 1886 191 4
PRICES CURRENT. i
TilE8E PRICES AR F'OUtWI[OLE8AIL E
00ERE0TID WEEKL.Y BYFEROUeOS &MiILLER y
SUGAJtS-.-Cut Loaf. .. . ..... ........8
Stranded A................ 7...."r
Extra lite (........ 63 1(
UOFFEE--.Inva, (old Government. . . 25@~00 M
Liagulayra. .. .. .. ...:.... . . 2 14
Ri, hioice............ . 1@00
Prime..............:...10 4@061 Sr
Good.... ..:............10 @00.
,Ordinary.... ...........9 00
MotAssEa--Golden Syrup..........30 04
Musco, ado in hihds.... 30
Mluscovado inI bhlIS.... 33
5. 1H.....................00 R<
(Clua ini hbls...........
Ne w Orleans, ne w e'rop. . . 60
New O)r11an, .rime... 45S
New ri eans, fair .....M3
Ne w Orleans, comumoir: . . 30
BIACON--t -learfl. Sidles, dry sal .. .. 64
IHamns, D)av is' diamoind .. 12 W
LAIn)n- (huoice kv tile, tierens... 74
(Cholce kef tle tubs.... 8
ChoiCe kettle buitckea -. .. 9
GaAIN- Corn, car load........
Corn fr'ni wagonis..... 60
Oat.s, 7.ieD)ole..........:..50 Si
Oats, Texas Rlust Proof. . 55
(uo*tMia Grazing... 50
Fi.orin-- hit e (loud, per. bb1l. 800
hl.(ler's Best. ... ..... .... 7 00
I)o (10 hoice. ... 50 3
(, F. Ordtn , gi-anulated. . 0 50
lloward '-treet.........5 50
Pearl ( rlts per bbi,: . 8 75 If
Oat \l en.....:........... 700
RTouc--'huiee ne0w.....,.............(l w(
TIoniAOOo Cu PNi - -(atlhounr. .:. $1 25i
Siullivan'is Best.....:.......1 25 Si
Free and E isy..:..... ......75
O11ld)onmin Ion. ... ... ... ...35
Ul Bo?.... .... ..........60
TonAcd~O--SMoxl1No -Fabi Kee.. $2 50O
fLone ,Jack.........:... 150
Black well's Durhamni 1 lb. . 5
-. "~ b:. 05 C
Pride of Durham. .. . : 4
Prime new......... 6 ('o
Half bbls No) i........ 8 50 of
Quarter hhlds No 3...:: 00
20 lbs K(its No :i...:......:125
1516bs KiIs No 3l..........1 00
.. 10 l Kits No 3 i
Wsg"5-mr P't-' a*lboru.
lere's At Ye.
fS TIME TO GO TO WORK.
Y STOCK OF FARMING
TOOLS tan't be beat---pldrty
of Plowt, Stocks, Hoes, Rakes
Forks, Shovels, Spades, Hames,
Chains, Lines and Backbands.
Ask for what you want.
Y STOCK OF BREAD
AND MEAT will give you a
vim to take hold. All kinds of
Groceriec always in stock.
Ask for what you want.
Y STOCK OF FIKOES
And Leather, Sole, Lace and
Harness, Tools, Pegs, Copper
Rivets aid Burrs, always plenty
Ask for what you want.
Y S'OC K OF hIEAVY
CHE+'CKS, Shirtings, Drills and
all other Dry Goods, Notions,
Hats and Fancy articles are too
numerous to men;ition.
Ask for what you want.
Y STOCK of PAT4ENCE
With a aIt who wont pay his
lebts voltin tarily, is almost ex
hausted. I have neither the
Lime nor inclination to look after
him. Public sentimncnt is a
gainst hii--all thrifty farmers
ire down on him-millers and
g!iler' are tired of him, and
nll reliable merchants are hound
to drop him. This is a duty
they owe to their good custonierl
iOld to themselves.
Now heres a word to my good
friends and customers.
Call and ask for what you want.
~EING4li uabile to, meet my'~ published04
and by special request of sund(ry tax
yers, nlotice is herebyv given ofebazige of
I WillI be Mt the following places on
Y8 spiCecl, vi?.:
OnMndylanuary 25th, at Cross
On TPuesdayv .January 26th, at D)aciiii
On Wednesday, January 27th, at Fog
On TVIntrsdany, .January 28th, at Puinp..
A t Ail.eni's Store, .Ianuary 29th, and at
ing's 4tore, Janiua:ry 30thi.
At. I lurrican'' on ~ ' i.31nda, February, 1 st,
81, anid at ix j~~L M eiicoo1 1 louse', Tfues
At ('entral, WVednesdav, I"ebruiiry 3d.
At Edflev, T hursdany, l'ebruiary 4th.
And at P'ickens Court Iouse the bal
eec of ime.
.1. B. ('LYDE,.
Thet i,t i flwig appointments)(ii haive been01
tIe'hy~ 'ounty13 Alud ito)r for TOo nsip atsses
rs form the yea '86, for Pickens4 (tounty, viz:
EA 4SLEY TOW.NSJIP.
A, (. Wya tt. .John A.. Easley, Lawrenec
hI BEILTY TOW)\NSH TIP.
CENTRA L TOWNSHIP.
If. 0. Gaines, Wim. Clayton, IRobert A.
Letwis Rt lIton, Jams . Borouighs,
>hert Ste wasrt.
1. B. Newbery, W. TI. Blowen, J. HI. G.
IIA CUSVILL,E TPOWNSHIIP.
Maitthe(w I 4i(ndri(ck, .1. B. Rigdonf, Jaii.
Tohnt Lj. GIravley, John W. Th'lomas,
J. 1i. CLYD)14,
[ WILL PAY YOU
yo lpoos going West<1ft North
st, to write to me, I represent the
F. D. BUSIT,
D. P. A. Atlanta, Ga.
Bridge to Let.
VNTrY CO)MM1MS;ION il'S (TFl F;
[T. N, dii!udersignecd County Comi
V sloners, of Greenville and Pickens
at ies, will be at Ilunt 's BrIklge on Ma.
a River, oni THURLJI DAY, 4th (liy of
reht next, at 11 A M.. forT the purpose
Letting said Bridge for Hi'pairs
Rt. WV. A NI )IWSO'N;
Chairman Board Greenville ('ouimy.
A. B. T AIA!EY,
('hairnaon W'aral Piekm' ('t.
Rieknond & Danville .R
Janaary 18th, 1886.
CAit1. wi,r et.
I No 501 No 52
Leav Now Yor ..... 1200 n't4 80 pl
" Philadelphia..... 84 5 a m 6 50
" Baltimore........6 50 1942
" Washington...... 1115 11 00
" Alexandria ...... 11 40 11 29
Charlotteville...: 8 45 p m 2 55 a ti1
Lyuchburg......: 6 10 5 15
")Danville. :9 25 8 04
Leav Richmond ......: 96 a mI2 00 p m
Leav Goldsboro ...... 11 45 a ml
" Raleigh........ 5 00 p ni
"Durham.... ....1807 pm m
Leav greensboro....... 11 21 9.50.i1
"HIgh Point. .ii1 55 10 19
" Salisbury........ 1 10 a m 11 28
" Concord ........ 1 57 1159
Charlotte.......8 00 1 00 pm
Leav Gastonia: ........ 8 49 1 42
" piartanhur . . ... 50 18 84
" Greenville....... 7 14 4 49
Seneca .........8 5 42
" Lula.............I1108 825
" Atlanta.. .. ... .1 40 pin 10 40 pni
1 To rt1t.wvarc..
Aririve New York..... 3 20 p 6 20i m
' Philadelphia..... 1225 p in 3 00 a i
Balt imonlre.... ... it) 03 am 11 25 pmi
Watshington...... 8 45 I 15
Alexandria. 8 20 8 50
Charlotteville... . 4 80 4 20
I.ynchburg....... 210 1 50
Danville........: 11 25 n 10 80 rth
Arrive Richniond...... I7 00 pn114 07 pim
Arrive (oldsboro.... 4 4Q im
" Raleigh........ I 20 Iin
S I)urhamu........ 12 13 pni
Arrive Greenrhor.e. .. 9 85 p n'8 30 a in
High Point...... 08 p 7 58 a i
Salisbury ........ 8 01 p m 6 81) a ni
Concord ......... 7 25 p it 5 55 i in
Charlotte........6 25 p 5 00 a in
ArriveGastonia........5 41 3 42
Spartanburg.. ... 3 43 1 33
Greenville.....:: 2 30 1 45 inm
Seneca .......... 12 57 prii 10 4
Lula.............11 07 am l 8 15
Atlanta.........I. 8 40 am 505
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
O" trains 50 and 51 Pullman Buffet sleep
ers het ween New York and Atlanta. On
trains 52 and 53 Pullman Buffet sleeper
hetween Washilltton and New Orleans.
P1uliuaatn aaleeper between Greensboro and
Richmond. Through tickets on sale at
principal st:ations, to all lioints. For rates
and inflormnation apply to any agent (if thu
EJ B IOMAS. C W CIIEARS,
Geni Manager A G P A
Columbia and Greonville Railroad
Ont at d aft er .Jan. 10th, 1880, Passen
ger Trainis will run ats hmerewvith Indicated
upon~m this road and its braniches: Daily
No. 53 ---lP PASSENO EN
Leave Columbia A tm ' &i\Dep.1020 an m
) C~& GA Dep't. 10 45 a m
Arrive 1astoni......... ......11 45 p m
Arrive Newvberry....:...........12 48 p mn
Arrive Ninmety-8jx................ 203 p~ m
A rrive~ Hodge's................3 05 p mn
Arrive Beiltoni.-.-.--........4 11 p m (
Arrnive at Girteenville. .. . ... .... .5 5 p mn
NO. 52 -- DowN P'A$MENoEI.
Lenre~( Greenville att.... ..........0 45 a m ;
Arrive Ililton.................11 03 p mn
IArrive lialge's...............1217 p mn
Arrive 'inety-Six- ..... .......1 1l p mi
Arrive Newhmerry.-:. ........:.3 02 p IId
Arrive Alston................. 405 p in
Ar'veColumb,ia A (& G l)epot. 5 15 p mn
-l .une-... . 5 30p m'
Spartanburg, Union & Columbia R k
No. 53--or PA OsaNbE11.
Leave Alston........ .... ......11 58 p mi
Arrive UJnioni................. 237 pmi
Arrive Spamr'g, S., U & (' Depot. . 4 40 p mi
A rri ve Spatr'g, Rt & 1) Depot. B. . 4 50 p m
NO. 52 --nowN PAPI kt
Leave Spar'T, t &~ lI Depot, H . .11 05 p mn
Leave Spur g, S. U & C d2y't, .. .11 15 1111
Arrive Unmon........ .... .......1 12 p m
Arrive at Alston.... ... ........8 55 p mn
NO. 3 ---UP PAISEN(GERi.
Leave Newhierry......... ........3 25 p in
A jiv e Goldville....4 55 p mi
I rrivye ( l inon........5 30 p m
Arrive Lau rena...... 6 30 p mn
No. 4 -nowN PAssiiN(R.
Lea.ve Lautren1..... .. ..8 Q0 it m
AFrivye Clinton....... 8 50 a mn
Arrive Newherry .... ..... .... ..11 in p m
tdaRve hlodge's.................8 10 p m
Arrive ihheville............... 410 pmi
Le(ave Abbleville....a..........:11 05 a mi
Arrive 1Jodge's........ .... .....12 05 p n
flue RidgeR. R. & Anderson Branch
Leave Blton................4 15 p mn
Arrive Aniderson...............4 47 P mn
Arrive Pendleto.n....;...:......5 25 p im
Arrive Seee 0...:............. 6 00p
A rrlive Wamlhailla............... 6 3 p
Leave Wiihatlla............... 8 30 a mn
Arrive Reneca-....-.-........... 8 50 a
4rrive Pendleton.-..- ............ 38 a mn
Ai'rive Anderson....- ....... ...10 22 a
Arrive at Belton....-----.......1157 ami
A t Seneca with R and D R R for A tlanta.
A. with Atlantie Coast Linle and1( South
f,atrolinaj Railwvay, from and t.o Char
With Wlniint.on, Columbia and Au
trusta from WVilndington and all points
With ''hariotte, ('ofumbha and Augusta
f omn Charlo,tte.anid all points North.
I . wimth Ashlevill.e uand Apartanbuirg from
and for points In Western N. (C.
C. Atlantat and C'harrlotte Dlivision R & D
R1 for Atlanmta and TpontsRcAiuth & West
c. W. CrinAn1s, Ae't Glen'l Pass. Ai nt
) (GAnwwxr.i; AssM Oenl. Paa. Ag
TH= AEkmar 4tfadlii
XTOTICR TO DEBTORS AN.d CIEgg.
I~ 1TOR1S.-All persons holdin~ elimr
agaminstthe t(otateof CHARLES i p.yi
d ere iu d, late of Picken8 county; South' ~
Carol a, wilJ prodent tho.a legally at-- P
tested ,o the unidersign6dfrp ment
and t 1se imnd ebted to said.E# ate wifd make
paymient to MA[RGAlt NTRO Pgg1 .1:
And THIOS. R. iPR1u,
AT Hi - -
ist Assorted gtdgv
JI epoaial attentidn Lo our
DEPA i w
QOUrettes, Satin Berbursj
ninags to 11#atoh; iein iOU
aarkoth, Wraps, RUtssian Clrcu1arA
I Childrens Undervests and Suiti:
thnolH, Jeals, , Cassimerd; tinseys:
, Hickory Stripes aiid Ginghams,
rINING GOODS for yaes
e at very low Agures.
ENT UP-S TAIEhS
Itook in the City, of
Trunks & Curtain Goode
V & TOWNE,
)R TO_NATIONAL BANK.
it. A. (I-ILD, WM. A. WILLIAM
Pickens, C. IL, 8: C: Groont4ill, b.- A
ChILD) & WILLIAMS.
ATT0ItNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW
Villipractiee ini all the CoUha"of Greenvill
County, State andi Federal.
may 21, 1884 35
Ireenville,S..C. PIckens, 8. C.
WHITNER & 1NOBIliSON.
Lttcrneys and Counsellors at Lavw
PICKENS C, IH., S. C.
romnpt attention given to 4it bliisiesh
I-actlees in the St,ate and United Stato
001ce in School Commiasioner's OOiei.
THOMAS C. ROBINSON,
T T 'OJR IE Y A.T LA W
PICKENS ti. H., 5. C.
Practices in the Courts of t.la
tato atid in the United Stated
OIhice in Couit Iloussa
sept 13, 1883 51 -ly
F. Aw,a'L, .J. H. Nnuwc
reee4ille, S; 0. Plbkelis C. II., &5
ANSEL & NEWTON.
Ltt' orneys at Law
PICKENS3 C. H., S. C.~
Juno 14, 1883 88 -
. A. Cii&D . .J E. BOOG S
(dILD) & BOGGS,
TTORNrt8 & t~OUN1LORS ATtAW
PICEENS C. H., B. 0.
Will practiee i.1 allthe State and
march 29, 1888
F. G. BLACK,
Jeweler and Watch Repairibk,
lain Bt,, 2d Corner Below C. H.
TI1FE NEW AMERICAN NO. 7, AND
h4e Necw Automatic WVhito are the best
Iose (,ish buayers wanted.
fatohes, Diamends an& 3:eg~6h
GREENVILLE, S. C.
y faellities ior doint *in. WaItoh~i
Isn pasSed 111 the#~outh. All vor. k
teed.' I soll Ihe Ohlebrated Dh~, dt,
rectacles at Eye (ilan-eM."
The Largest and B(
We have ever had. Would ca
Silks, Cashmeres, Flannel Suitinge,
Comols Hair, Gueynseys and all the
We aave a futll ave of T ir
Iltnshes, Silk Velvets,
BOUGHT DIRECT FRONM
Ve have the newest tylb n Newi
Also, a full line of Misses Wraps a
Gloved; Hosiet-y; Ribbons; Ladies and
IN OUR STAI
Ye have a large stock in Bianitets, Fin
Kerseys, Shirtings, Shootings, Plaids
We have made a Specialty of MOI
jaht and offer a large lin,
iN OUR DEPARTA
We have the Largest E
Carpets in a
mil "loties, Mnttingr, llugs,
________ NEXT DO(
MARBLE AND GARNITE
Jonit waste yoir mnoney on botch
lheapesit Iron Rlailingsi in the world.
CLARK & WILCOX.
Gr-ieenville, S-. C:
dec18,84 12 ly
The Best Newspaper in America, 1'
and by far the Most Readable.
AQents wanted everywhere to earn
money in distributing the Sun's Pre
The n1ost interesting and advanta- *
treous offers ever made by any News
Nd Subscriber ighored or rieglatted g
Something for all. c
Beautiful and Substantial Premiums in
standard Gold and otherWatchos,Vaiuablo
BodA the Bewst Family Sowing Machine
known to the trade, and~ an unequaled list ~
of objets of real utilif and instruetion;~ (
JRates, by Mall, Postpaid:
bALtY, per Year (r,ithout sunday) 16 00
DAILY, per Month <withoutsunday) 50 .A
NA,pr Year . . . 1 00
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