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LOAL YTE M*S.
Another candidate for Treasurer.
Easley is organising a brass band.
Miss Emse Russell has been visiting
the family of Dr. 0. W. Earle.
Mrs. J. E. Hagood arrived from
Charleston l pt Saturday.
Miss Queenie Hagood has gone to
Cesars Head on a visit.
Miss Flota -tephens, of Pendleton, is
visiting Miss ora Hendricks.
The scholaibhip medal in the Piedmont
Institute will be awairded each year.
Miss Felicia FQlger, of Easley, is
visiting relatives in Pickens.
Pickens was radiant with the
smiles of youth and beauty last week.
Thomas H. Smith is proud of his new
parlor boarder. It is thought that his
name will be Ben Tillman.
Mrs. -W. F. Gary, of Central has been
goite siek. She was improving last
The many friends of Mrs. D. F, Brad
ley will be glad to learn that she is in
Pickens for the summer.
A new Democratic Club has boon or
ganised at Foster's Store, in Dacusville
Last week's fun in Pickens culmina
ted in a most enjoyable social gathering
at Capt. Thornloy's Friday night.
Nineteen delegates come from the
Easley Club, instructed against primary
election for Congressmen.
Miss Sarah P. Grogan, of the Wesley
an Female Institute, Staunton, Va., is
visiting Mrs. J. E. Boggs.
Prof. H. E. Harris left last Saturday
forV irginia. Mrs. Harris will remain
some time in Pickens.
Hon. M. MoCaslan, of Merriweather,
Georgia, visited Pickens during com
Rev. J. M. Plowden preached two most
excellent sermons in the Presbyterian
Church last Sabbath.
Last week near Seneca, Mr. Mack
Sourry stabbed and killed a colored man
named William Barton.
The Seneca young men must be in for
the farmer's movement. They left for
8enec aabout daylight Saturday mor
Central and Liberty Clubs favor a
primary election for Congressmen. Pro
ceedings came too late for publication in
Danger ! A neglected cold or congh may
lead to Pneumonia.Consunption or other fatal
disease. Strong's Pectoral Pills will cure a
cold as by nmagtc. Bent thing for dvepesi.in.
digestlou, sick headache us thousands testify.
Florence, a six year old danghter of
Hon. J. C. Alexander died on the 19th
uIt. She was carried off by a combined
attack of dysentery and whooping cough.
Roman Senntors, Roman Temples,
Roman Gods, have all enigaged the world 's
attbation. but the nineteenth century eas
provided the greaItest Roman of thomn all
Salvation Oil, it kills pain.
Mr.. Frank 0. Mauldin has safely pas
sed the examinations at West Point and
been accepted as a cadet rm the 3d Dis
trict. He is a son of whom the Pied
mont Institute should be proud.
.Mr. John G)ilstrap, who lives on Mr,
Win. Hunter's place, last Monday
brought to this office the champion cot
ton 'talk. It was twenty-six inches high
and had twenty-five squares.
Strictly Pure white lead and Linseed
Oil, with a large assortment of Color
Brushes, Glass and Putty, at Sloan Bro's
Drug Store, Greenville, S. C. Remem
ber It is poor economy to buy inferior
goods. The best are the cheapest.
Pug dogs as pets have had th eir day
?mong the extremely fashionable, but
colds never go out of fashion, so that it
is always necessary to know that Dr.
Bulls Cough Syrup is a sure cure for all
coughs and colds.
Seneca may well he prou<i of the dele
gationk from that city to the commence
ment exercises last week. The young
ladies. are models of beauty and oxcel
lence, and seven more sober, intelligent
and deserving young men ould not be
ifound any where.
In the introduction to his oration on
the 24th ult., Mr. Benet paid a most elo
quent tribute to the grandeur and beauty
of our mountain scener~y. He said the
only reason our mountains are not as far
famed as those of Switzcrland and Scot
land, is because they have not been con
seersted by poetry and,fiction.
PtxEnNs DEMOoBAoY.-Pickens C. H1.
Dem.eratio Club met last Saturday and
organl.'.ed by electing JT. E. Blogge Pres
ident, V'. T. MeFall 1st vice-president,
and 3. P. Cary, Secretary. The follow
'ing are th executive committee: C. L.
Hgilings'weth, 3. F. .Folger, G. W.
Taylor, I4 ban Mauldin and W. 3.
(. E. Rfhbinson, 3. JT. LewiA, and J.
lb. Clary w ere appointed a commuittee te
revise tb'. roll of members.
he delegates to the convention are:
0. 1. Hlollingsworth, Joab Mauldin, R.
A. Child, J. C. Griffin, H. C. Grady, W.
1B. Allgood, A. E. Helley, J. H. G. Mc.
Djgel, J. P. Cary, and T. C. Rohinson.
Each delegate was authorized to selecl
his own alternate.
A resolution favoring primary elee.
tion to nominate a candidate for Con.
greui was laid on the table.
Mr. T. C. Robinson was nominated as
a member of the County Executive Comn.
Club then adjourned subject to the call
of the President,
standard Goods are alway sold al
close prioes on account of competition.
Many manufacturers make a cheap White
Lead and give the exclusive sale to one
party gnd the purchasers pay a big proUi
for an inferior article, both4Wthe manu
facturer and the retailer. Buy Strictly
Pure Goods at Sloan Bro's, Greenville S.0
Sam Hall ams, colored, of Liberty
Township, departed this life on the 20th
ult., at the age of Aeventy-flve -years.
During slavery he belonged to Thomas
- Hallams, who provided in his will that
Sam should be allowed to choose whose
servant ho should be. Upon the death
of his Master, Sam chose to remain on
the old homestead with his maiden 3i
tress, and he continued to serve them
faithfully and honestly as long as ie
was able. In return, he was rewarded
with a good home, and friendly hands,
who carefully ministeredto his last wants
and saw him decently buried in their
fagnily grave yard. Sam's life and char
aecter speaks well for the faithfulness of
the old issue of the colored raoe.
DaTH o F. A. Misnr. -F-. A. Mar
tin died at his home on the McClanahan
place, three miles above the city, Mon
day night. He was 29 years old and a
native of Pickens County, but was wido
ly known and universally respected for
his manly qualities and high character
in this city and its neighborhood. He
was married to Miss Hattie Feaster, of
this city, about eighteen months ago
and went to live on the McClanahan
place early in the spring. He was a
valued member of the Batpist Church,
a useful citizen and true to his duty in
all the relations of life. He leaves one
child. His remains were removed for
burial to the Hagood family burying
ground in Pickens. Mr. Martin was a
nephew of Col. J. E, Hagood, of that,
county, and' had a wide family connec
tion.-Groenville Daily News.
The reitains of the deceased were in
terred on the 23d ult. Revs. D. C.
Freeman and S. R. Riley conducted the
funeral exercises at the grave.
A Wise tetform.
The habit of administering quinine
in powerful doses, as an antidote to
malarial inaladieA, was once danger
ously common. Happily this practice
has undergone a wide reform. Not
only the public, but professional men
have adopted, iot wholly, of course,
but largely, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters as a safe botanic substitute for
the pernicious alkaloid. The conse
quences of this change are most im
portant.. Now fever and ague suffer
ers are cured-formerly their con
plaints were only for the time releived,
or half cured-the remedy failing to
produce any appreciable effect, except
the doses were increased. A course
of the Bitters, persistegtly followed,
breaks up the worst attacks and pre.
vents their return. The evidence in
favor of this sterling specific and house
hold medicine is of no ambiguous
char-ncter, but positive and satisfacto
ry, and the soulrces whence it proceeds
are very numerous.
4n Old itizen Speaks.
MIr- J. M- Norris, an oldt residenit of
Rotne, Ga., says, that lhe hadti been badly
troubled With, 1iney Complaint for a gre:I6
many years and with Eczema for thtrea
years; at t.imes could e'carcely walk andI had
tried manty remedies withount benefit, until
he began taking Electric Bitt era andl antoin
ting his h,ands and feet with Butcklen's Ar..
nica Salve- This treabtment afforded hinm
great relief and he strongly reconmmetnds
Electric Bitters to all who suffer witht Kitt
ney Complaints, or need a Blood PurIfier.
Sold by Dr. 0. WV. Earle.
Draining for Realth.
Every town and village ought to
have a perfect system of drainage for
its sewerage. Where this cannot be
immediately applied to grass and cul
tivated crops it should be emptied
into a reservoir and sufficient peat or
muck added for disinfection, and p)ut
ting it in so solid a condition that it
can be shoveled up and carted away
for the fertilization of any land who'n
Fashionable summer resorts are
often made very unhealthy for want
of proper sanitary measures. People
go from the city to the country to get
a pure air, and for the benefit of their
health. Instead of this, they fre
quently find it so tainted, especially
in yards, wash rooms, and water clos
ets, as to generate fever andi other
One cannot be too icnreful of the
water that supplies the beverage of
tables. If coining from a well near
a barnyard or other- foul place, reject
it, as drainage fr-om these Jmay hav
leaked into it in sufficient quantity to
render it ver-y unhealthy. Spring
water is also thus affected, although
it may taste sweet and( lookt prfectly
pure. The only safety for every house
hold in country or in town, is to dis
pose daily'of all foul stuff, whether- lig
uid or. solid, which ac<uumnulates on or
near the prentises, po isonting the air
andl breed Iin g disease.-A mericatn Ag
riculturist for JIuly.
Laenouns for BllhIouisness.
The lemon treathnent of h illiousnessB
is quite fashionalte at present. Most
>eople know the b,eneilt of lemotnade
efore breakfast, but fewv knowv that it
is more than doubled1 by taking' an
other at nlight also. The' waty to get
the better of the b)illio,us systemn, with
out blue pil1s and other 'drugs, is to
take the juice of one, two or three
lemons, as appetite craves, in ais much
iced Water as makes it leasan5lIt to
drink without sugur, before going to
bed. In the mornfing, on risintg at
least half an hotur before break ast,
take the jutice of one lemon in a gob
let of water. People must not irritate
the stomach by eating lemons eiear
bt ilted poperly, soas not to ir-ri
stomac" the improv, ,n is mrept
Linmirr, 8, 0. Juue 25th 1886.
Mn. EDrron: We see in the Easley
Messenger of a recent date, the determi
nation of Easley to bring the oourt house
to that place and have money left in great
abundance, and give us Li yltea all
that is left over. We propose to have it
here, and have a surplus-but we are
not going to give that surplus to Eensley,
Jus we will need it on other improvements.
We notice with pleasure that the stock
holders of the Cumberland Gap Railroad
are using their efforts to keep the ques
tion in agitation, if no more.
Owing to the recent rains, and other
drawbabks, we will have to abandon our
barbecue project, though if our candi
dates feel so disposed, they can call around
and eat blackberries with us. The crop
A little child of Mr. Aaron Boggs died
It is indeed very painful for me to say
that our fellow-townsmant, Mr. H. H.
Owen, was arraigned before his Honor,
Mayor Greer, on yesterday for giving
vent to his honest opinions. After an
hour or so's hard pleading by Luke, the
defendant's attorney, the council went
into secret session, and soon they decided
to fine him one dollar or five days up.
It really seems to me that if I were pow
erful I would try to be merciful.
The heavy rains have greatly retarded
farming pursuits and the farmers seem to
Mr. J. F. Hendricks has been pros
trated for somo time with neuralgia.
Miss Olivia Willard has returned home
after a sojourn in Charleston of several
Sam Ewell, son of H. H. Owen, was
induced to leave his parental roof last
week. We know not who is our friend.
Considerable sickness at this time,
though not serious, caused by vegetables
it is suppose.d. LUKE.
J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxvilln,
Tenn.,writes: "My family and I are benefi
iarics of your nHt excellent medicine, D:
King's New Discovery for Consumption;
having found it to ho all that you claim for
it, I desire to testify to its virtue. My
friends to whom I have recornmended it,
praise it at every opportunity."
Dr. l(ing's New Discovery for Consump
tion is guara+nteed to cure Coughs, Cold,,
Brenchitis, Asthma, Croup. and every affec
tion of Throat, Chest anti Lungs.
Trial Bottles Free, at lr. Q. W. Earle's
Drug Store. Large Size, $1-0)
&" Mu. E. R. I On-TON iS respect
fully announced as a caiudidato for
Treasurer, subjeet to the Primary
T1his powde~r never varies. A mazrvel of
purity, strength anid whlesomeness. More
economtical t.han the o,rdi nary kincds, and
cannot, he sold in compgtition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alumci
or p)ihsphate~ powvders. Sold only in cenis.
Ro'vAi. B.Aisa Powat)xu Co , 106 WVall
street, N. Y. jan 21 --86.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in-the world for Ctn,
Brises5, Sores, Ulcers. Salt llhieumt. Fever
Sores, Trettes, C happed Hlands, Clil blains.
Corns, and all Skitn Eruptions, and po)sitive
ly'cures Piles, or no pa~y reqluired. It is
guaranteed to) give perfect satisfaction,
mioney refunided. Price 25 cents per box
F"or sale by D)r. 0. W. Earle.
NOTI'E bhIIlilltBV GlIVEN THAT
iappl ieation will be amade on the
10th d ay of .July next to .1. .J. Le wis c.e. r
for a Charter for "Th'le Educational .Joint
Stock Company" of Central, S. C.
T, W. FObOERI,
Sect'v. Board of D)irectors
(STAL, S. C., ,June 7th 188ti. 4
Mt lirap~r tha fictionr
There is an old saying to the effect that
"there is nothing new under the suin"
and yet from the following it woul'd ap
pear that there is an exception, even to
At a point six mnilea west of St. Aug.
untino, Florida, on the line of the St.
Johns Railway, lies a beautiful tract of
land which has recently benn laid out in
a townvt-site called, West St. Augustine.
St Augustine prop)er is the oldest City
in the Unitecd States, and abounds with
lengend lore, and historical antiquity, andl
few if any of the many thousands that
visit Florida fail to take a look at the Sea
WVall, Old Fort, and the many other in
teresting objects. It was founded Sep
tomnber 8th, 15(15, forty. two years p)revi
ouis to the settlemenott of JTamiestown, Vai.,
and fifty-five years bofore the landing of
the Pilgrims otn Plymouth Rock. T1hec
name St. Angustine wias given to the
pla1ce b)y the Spaniards, becauise they lan
ded upon the daiy dedicated to that rev
ered and learned saint. St. Augustine is
growing rapidly, bieing the terminus of
two railways, and others are being exten
dedl toward it, and itis now known as the
Hfotel City t>f F"lorida.
The piro >rioters and ow'ners of the Il
lustrated So (.1thern World, a sixteen page
weekly ilutstrated paper samce size as
Htarper's Weekly, notinig the great prog
re.'s being made in the Ancient City, p)ur
chaised a lairge tract of hind near St. Aumg
ustine, fromu Mr. Wmn. Astor, of New
York, immediately on the line of the St.
JTohns Railway, which is alsoc owned by
Mr. Astor, and in the midst of this tract
and withjn two huindr'ed feet of the rail
road, have planted itn a plot of 700 acres
the '.ity of West St Augustine.
-' romt West St. Augustinie there exists
direct dlaily conniectionis for thte St. JTohns
River, nine mciles d istan it, wvith steamiboait
connect ions goitg north, jimd south, dai
ly. To St.Auigustinie, six miles distant.
'To Palcitka, the Oem City oif the south
by river thirty-live miles, or rail, twenty
miles, andl Jacksonville by river or rail
thirtv.eight miles distimt
In addition to this, the tract on which
is located the city of West S Augustine
is much higher in altitude than either St
Augustine or Jacksonville, and is rich
high; dry, open pine land.
And now conies the stranoe feature o
the whole matter; the proprieters of the
Illustrated Southern World conceived the
plan of giving to each and every yearly
subscriber to the paper, a deed to a lot
in the city of West St Augustine, 40 X
100 feet, free and clear of all inetimbran.
ces, and parties becoming owners of these
lots are not required to build, though it
is confidently expected, because of the
delightful location that many will do so.
Florida to day is the Mecca to which
thousands are looking with longing eyes,
and it is now made possible through the
enterprise of the proprieters and owners
of the Illustrated Southern World, for all
to secure a nox in that delightful State,
Many will no doubt wonder how it is
possible for any one to absolutely giv<
away lots in the city of West St. Augus
tine, and yet the reasons, when explained
are very simple. Adjacent to the lands
upon which is located the city of West
St. Augustine, the proprieters and own
ers of the Illustrated Southern World
own other lands which they no doubt ex
pect will greatly enhance in value, those
lands will be by them divided in plots of
five, ten, and fifteen acres, and sold as
the value increases, which as the lots are
taken will be very rapid, they also have
in view a desire to induce subscribers to
become actual settlers in the State, and
at tje same time secure for the paper an
extensive paid up circulation.
The Illustrated Southern World con
tains seven or more pages of illustrations
and,is replete with choice literature. No
expense is spared-to make this publici;tion
one of the hnest in the world. It is ably
edited, audeontains valuable information
about Florida the land of Flowers and
Oranges, scones covering all the
Southern States and their peculi arities.
Basides stories, poem, sketches, useful
information, household notes, the gar
den, etc., in fact it is just such a paper
as should go into every home in the land,
and by the foregoing unprecedented ai
liberal of'or they expect to soon quadru
ple. their list of subscribers. The sub
scription price of The Illustrated South
orn World is $4.00 a year and they pay
The subjoined is the offer of the pro
prietors and ownors of The Illustrated
Southern World as specimen copy of
which will be furnished upon application,
What we will do: Upon receipt of
$4.00 from you we will enter your name
in our subscription book, and snd to
any address- 'The Illustrated Southern
World, for fifty-two weeks, paying the
postage on it, and, as an extra induce
ment to have you become one of our sUb
scribers we will execute at warranty deed,
to a town lot in West St. Augustine, 40x
100 feet in size. ltemneber we actually
give you this lot, and we hereby further
agree to pay notary for executing the
same and to pay all taxes up to January
1st, 1887. At the present time no one
can become a lot owner in our city un
less they are a subscriber, but after you
have secured your deed, of course if ,you
wish you can sell it. We retain the right
to return your money should all the lots
we propose to donate to subseri bers be
fore we receive your remittance.
We refer by permission to the follow
ing nameed goutlemen who roeide and dr
business in Janksonvillo:
Maj. R. McLaughlin, Pros. St. John
Ry; Capt. W. 11. atson, late Manage
D)eBarj--Raya Merchants' Line; Capt. C
V. . ot,Manager St. Johns Rivr
Fast Line; WV. S. Webb, Webb's Jael
sonville D)irectory; Walter 0. Colemiar
G#en'l. Traveling Ag't..; F. R. & N. Rvy
John S. Briggs-. Aldermu-an, Jacksonviih
Fla.; Mayvor Rice, Mavor o,f Jaockson vilh
Fla. ; Ex- Mayor WVm. McL. Ihmev; 1
Mayor M. A. lDzialyini; C.A ir
We app)Jend the namies of a fewv of tht
residenlt subhscrilbers who ha~ve receive
the deeds to the lots acconmanying thei
siubscription, to whomu we also refer:
Wmn. Cook, Mlerchiant Tailor, Jackson
ville; Johnt Rich, Agent Mallory Liner
Jacksonville; L. E. lBranunan, Artist
JTacksonville; Win. Ver 1Bryck, Artist
Jacksonville; A. Zachiarias & Co., Cloth
mmr, JTackson ville; Caspor ReeCrb)ower
T1icket Agent, F. R. & N. Ry'.; Wmn. 11
WVatson, Real Estate, JIacklionville. ; J. D)
buck,y, Clothinig, Jackehsontville; I. Co
lhen, r1ob,acco, Jackson villo; F'ranecis E~
liougue, Furniture, Jacksontvillni; Chas
,J. B1ritz, Restaurant, Jacknoville; WmII
Rich, ''Curios,'' Jacksonville; Josepl
D)rtina, Fancy (Groceries, Jacksonville
0. Pickering, Electrician, Jacksonv~ille
M. L. Hlartridge, Livery, JIacksonville
D r- 0. JT. Ken worthy, ,Jackson ville
Wmu. Jeacle, iloots and Shoes, Jackson
ville; A. K. Loon, Liquor, JTacksonuville
HI. Kingsbury, N ursery', ,Jacksonville
Jacob S. Parker, Jacks'onville; Leopok~
Furchgott, D)ry Goods, ,Jacksonville
And hundreds of others.
You can send money to us by Pos
Ofile Money order. Negistere'd letter
Express or Rank draft. Hamle copy o
paper sent onJ receipt oft 10 cents, ii
stamps1). What Merchant, Mechanui(
Professionial and Laboring man wouh
not be acting wisely by getting a lot
Fathers or Mothers secure a lot for your
selves or one of your children. It ma
prove a goodl nest egg and cost you noth
lng. Deeds are executed to ladies ai
well as men. In writing give full nam<
of p)erson you wish deed made to. D<
not let this golden opportunity pass, bu
order at once. Add ress,
Tm Ir,rms-rnArnn SOrn1I.a( WVonr.)
$8 SETS OF TEETE
WiIILE PATTIENT IRl WAITIN(.
ARIFICIAL TlEEIlh iniserted( WIT'l
OU'1T LATIES-, or by an y kn~ownu p)rocess
inculinItg Plat es of Gold, Cont i nuous G3um
ltubbmer amnd Cellhulo,id. All w iork a
Tleethu Ext ract ed Po,siI.ively wijthout PahuI
by use ol' NITi'lOUS UXII)L or LEUCl
IlR. Wu. M. NOltW( OD), DI):N-rIr,
OmeIE MAIN Sjuax.T Gu:ERNvuLLE, S. C
sepit 10d1885 50
MARBLE ANJD GA NITI
MONUM ENT S,
D)ont waste yoiir inioey on hotel
C'heapest Iron Railings in the world
CLARK & W. '.OX
dec 18,84 1-2 1lv
Richanond & Danville RJR
PIEDMONTp AIR LINE ROUTE.
January 18th, 1880.
Trains run by 75th Meridian time. One
hour faster than 90th Meridian time.
No 51 No 53
Leave Atlanta........5 00 pmj 8 40 am
Arrive (iainesville.... 7 03 jun 10 87 am
Lla ............. 7 30 pm l1 00 am
roccoa.......... 8 54 pm l2 03 pm
Seneca........... 9 59 pm 12 57 pm
Easloy ........... 11 04 pm 205 pm
Greenville........ 1182 pm 2 80 pm
Spartauburg ...... 12 45 aiA 8 43 pm
Gaffney.......... 138 am 4 82pm
Uastonia.... ..... 4 05 am 5 41 pm
Charlotte......... 5 48 am 6 25 pm
Salisbury ......... .7 35 am, 8 01 pm
(reensboro....... 8 30 amr 9 35 pm
Raleigh ......... . 1 35 pi, ....... .
Goldsboro........ 4 40 pm ........
Danville......... .9 2 amitl 26 pm
lRichmond........ :3 37 pm 7 00 am
hyuchbhurg ....... 12 45 pim 2 1) am
Charlottesville.. :3 15 pm 4 25 am
Washington ...... 8 30 pm 8 .15 am
Baltimore ........ 11 25 pm 10 03 am
Philadelphia...... 3 00 ant 12 35 pm
Arrive New York..... 6 20 am; 3 20 pm
No 50 1 No 52
heav New 'York ...... 12 00 n't 4 30 pm
Philadelphia..... 7 20 ant 6 50 pm
Baltimore ....... 9 50 am 9 45 pm
Washington...... 11 15 am 11 00 pm
('barlottesville. . . 3 50 pm 3 00 am
Iynchburg....... 6 15 pm 5 15 am
Danville .........I 9 25 pm 8 04 am
tichmtonl d........ 3 25 pmt 2 00 am
Goldsboro........ 11 50 am ....
Raleigh....... ... 5 00 pil ....
Greensboro....... 11 21 pmn 9 50 at
Salisbury......... 1 10 am 11 23 anm
Charlotte ........ 3 10 anm 1 00 pm
(lastonia......... 3 .11) ant 1 42 pm
(affwNe's. ...... . 5 Nam 2 4) pm
8partanhurg....... 5 56 am : 34 pmll
Greenville........ 7 14 am 4 49 pmt
Easley .......... 7 12 an 5 14 pm
Aeneen .......... 8 55 ann 6 12 pm
Toccoo...........9 .5: att 7 09 pil
Lutla............. 11 04 anm 8 26 pm
(lainesville ..... .I 1 34 am 8 50 pm
Arrive Atlanta........I 1 40 pm 10 430 pan
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Ont trains 50 and 51 Pullman Buffet sleep
ers heetween New York and Atlantat. On
i trains 52 :nl 5:3 Pullman 3iifet sleeper
between Washinton and New Orleans.
Pullman sleeper bet ween Greensborol anl
Richmioned. Through tickets on sale at
principal stations, to all points. For rates
and information apply to any agent of the
E 11 THOMAS. C W CHEAIS,
uGenl Manager A 0 P A
R1icIhmont & D)anlville It It
Columbioa and Greenville Division,
O.a and aft er .tan. 10tht, 1886J, 1'as(n
ger Train ls wvill run as hierewitih intd ieted c
upon this road and its brantebes: D:aily
( Except. Sutndays.)
No. 53S---UP PAsSVxNUtxn,
rIeuave ('oluit; n A CC A D ep.10 20 nam
A rtt y tlson ) C& (G Dep't.10 45 a m
Atrrie \l..to...................11 45 pi mi
.trvNewhierry.... ...........12 48 p it
Arrive Ninety-Mix.... .........2 03 p nm
A rtdre JFodlge's................ 3 05 p mn
Arrive Jieltotn.-................ 4 11 pim
Arrrive at GIreeniville. ... .....55pm
No. 52- -nowN t'AHs.atlx.
Leave Gireetnville at.. . ..... .... 9 45 a mI
Arrive lielt-on.................11 03 p
Arrive HoEdge'sA.... ............2 17 p in
Atrrivet Nitnety-Si.x.............. 1 10 p im
Arrive Newhierry.. .. .... .... ..i o 2 p m'
Arrive Alston ................. 4 05 p mn
;Ar've Coltni A jf'& G De.pot. 5 15 pi m
nna S jC Junet... 5; P0 pm
Spartanburg, Union & Columbia R R
No. 53 - Ur~ rPASson.N(R
Lev Alsmtoni................ .11 58 p am
Arrive Uiaon.................2 37 p m
Arive S~ par'g, 8. U & ' D)epot. . 4 40 p mi
Arrive Spar'g, RI & D) D epo t II. . 4 50) p m
No. 52.-nowN r'Asi'xN(ian,
Leave Sp)ar'g, R & 1) Jtpoit li.. .11 05 p m
iealve Spulr'g, N. U & C dep't G). .11 15 p m
Arrive Unioni....................1 12 p m
Arrive at,Aiston...............~ 55;p am
Leave Newherry...............3 25p9 m
Arrive Gioldville....4 55 p mn
A rrive Clinton.... ...5 30 p im
Arrive Lanrencs. .6 30 p mn
No. 1 --DOwN PAsRvN(RE.
Leave Launrens.... 00 a mn
Arrive Cl1inton .... .. . 850 am
Arrive Newhierry...............11 10 p m
A bbeville Branch
heave HIodg~e's................3 10 p m
Arrive Albbeville........ . . 10 ( m
I,eav~e Ahhe1ivi lIe....... .... ...11 (I5 a am
Arrive ilodge's...............12 05 p mi
Blue RidgeR. R. & A nderson Branch
heave Ilelton............ .....4 15 p im
Arrive Antderson....... ....... 4 47 p ma
A rrie Pendileton.............. 5 25 p mi
A rrive~ Menica C.. ........ 6 00) p mn
Arrive Walhaila................ 6 33 p mt
I,eave WaMaulla...,........... 8 0 a an
A rtive Setneent.................8 50) a am
Arrive P enl etont............... 9 38 a in
A rrive~ And(1erson.............10 22 a mn
Arrive at BleIton...... ........11 57 a mi
At Sentca wvith R antd 1) IR It for A tlantta.
A. wvi th Atlan t ic ( oas-t ineta and South
Caroilinia Ritl~way, froma and to Char
With il~iniigtoni, ('ohnnhtiatt and Aua
gustla fromlt~i Wihn ingtoin amal allI points
Withi Chiatrlotte. (olminla anid A uguista
front Charlotte and all potiints Northt.
1B. with-CAshiev ille amal Sp'artanal hrg from
ando for poinits in Westerni N.C(.
C. At lainta and Charlotte IDivisiont R & D
Rt for Atlantaanad points onith.h WVest
( . RI. TA LCOTT,J Super't.
Jc. W. Ct:Auca. Ae't Gena'l PaNs. Agent
IsEY~ 111.LL. huolnging to 1". A Blower
ou I i3 I-.AB
DRY QOOPS A
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUI
SPPJIG knf si
And have the largest and most corn
Would call espoeial attention to our
Trimmings in all the new Styles.
Also, Dress Goods, Etintaminee,
Veiling, Albatros, Kalboulines, &c.
Our Stock of Parasols is complete, I
India Lawns, Persian Lawns, Du
NEW STYLES IN
Hamburg Edging, Lawn Edging, Al]
White, Cream and all Colors.
IN OUR STA
We have a well selected stock of F
Linens, Ginghams, Sheotings, Shirtin
In our Up-stairs Dapartinent we I
Mattings, Oil Cloths, Burtinnetta, Ser
Next Door to National Bank.
Seneca River Land
will soll 200 Acres of MY h1OME
PLACE (Cold Spring) in Piekons
County, situato 4 nulos from l'endluton,
directly on Air Line Railroad, adjoin
ing land of Fort Hill-contuins 32 acres
River Bottom. The high-land is tine cot
ton land-about (10 acres cleared. Has 3
good cottages on it, an d is in all reApct, a
most conlvenioutly located. My address
is Pendleton, S. C.
J. W. CRAWFORD.
Cold Spring, Pickous County, 8. C.
nov. 25, 1885 9 tf
~T0OTI('E is hereby given that the Books
of Registration for Piekens County
will he opened at Pickens C. IT., on the
first Monday in each month to enable such
persons to register as have acquired tho
right since the last general election, te
transfer such as have changed their resi
dence. and to renew lost and defaced eer
titicates until anudincluding the first Mon
day in .iu!y, 1886, when the law requires
the Books closed. except for the purposes
hereinaftter mnentioned, namely: Lost and
defaed certiticates nay he renetwed until
tlirty days before the general election, and
young eien omting of age after the clos
ing of the Books may register until the
(y of elect in.
0. L,. DUJRANT,
Supervtsor for Ickens (Counaty.
march It1, 1885 2
a EEE Eggg4N A PECAMTY.
Alipieet. Most Durable, Economical and Perfect
in use--waatea no grain; clean. i t reedy for market.
THRESING ENGINES '94P~I
mate' o Sastudau'd Imsplommeate gee
orally. &end for illustrated cataogue.
Plamise AgSrelsteral Weeks, TORE. Fm
TIIESE P'RICES AE 111: O Rt Wil0LESALE
00RREeT1nW.xxSLIY VPROURON &X.ILLKR
UOoALus --Cut Loaf.... .............8
St randed~( A..............7
E xtra Whtite t....... 6
CIOFFR---Java, old (.overnmnent. . . 25@~00
Rio, C ho.ice.... .... .... .11@(i0U
P'rimue........ ......... 104@00O
- Good...................10 @00
.I tFir................... (oot00
Ordiinry.... ............ 9(i@00
Mumseoi ado jin hhds. 1
ilucoad lnbbl...... . .3
(ubam in hbls............
New Orleanms, nmew erop. .. 60
New Orleans, prime... 45
New Orleants, fair ..., 35
New Orleants, c.omnt. . . 24
BAcoON-( lear RI. Sides, dry enl. ... 6
lHams, D)avis' dliamond ., 12
Hreakfasqt IHaeon.... D
LAnn)--.Choice kettle, tierees....... 7
Choice kettlo tubs... 7
Chtoice kettle buct(kts. ... 9
(InAix-- -(orn, f rom storse O.... . ........65
('orn fromt wagonts..... .....60
Oats, McD)ole.......... 6
Oats. Tlexas lEust P'roof..
Fr.ount--W lit e (1loutd, per hbl1.)1. $ 7 60
Kidder's Best........ .....(1 50
D)o (10 choice.... .. 5 00
O F. GIrant, granulated. . 6 50
leoward 't.reet...........h 50
P'earl ritLs per bbl.. .. . ... 50
Oat NIceal................7 00t
RiO--ie .ibice new................7
'~Tnacco CuIIwiNo -Cailhtom. . .. $l*25
.Mullivanm's Best....... . .. 5
F'ree andI Easy. ...... .. 7
I OhIflol............ .......60
T'onACco- t-.stoxism- FL~ah Kee. . .. $Q 50l
Lone .Jack......... .....1 50
Iilack well's D)urhtam 1 Itb. . 55
" " - b . 7
"I " lb.. 6
Pride of D)urham.........40
P'rimie new........ ........6
MACxxP - o. O3. ........ 6 00
il:'f hs Nto 3.... .....35
Qu'trter hhls No) 3. ... ....2 It0
20 lbs Kits No 3... 1 25
15 lbs Kits No 8.......... 1 0
10 hbs Kits No ;8........... .65
U aE am PA-laNte ,end four (cens in stamps
forprtclar.to Mrs.OMr White,
TOW B "M
I ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF
plote assortment we have ever showa.
line of Hosiery, Gloves and Dress
Silks and Satins, Cashmeres, Nuns
Tow Styles and Now Shapes.
tted Muslins, Colorod Lawns, and
-over Embroideries, All-over Tm h
inc Caihimeros, Tweeds, Cottonadee,
i; Chevoitts. &c.
lave as usual a large line of Carp.t*
imS, Rugs, Trunks, &c.
[OVEY & TOWNES,
Lllo, iE C.
NATURE'S PERFc' HEAr
CURE FOR Is impossible if the
CONSTIPATION, "ie,n et"
active or the Bowels
will cure Constipa
tion, Sick Headache
and Dyspepsia. It
c-Ha regulates the bowels
SickHeadache,nd enables those of
AND feeble digestion to en
PYSP EPS!Ajoy their food. Itre
. ue s Fever, Cools
the Blood, is invaluable in Piles and in
flanmmtory diseases, and is a justly es
teemed Aporicit for Children. Eonomi
c.d Rtliablo, Elegant. Itslhould be found
in every household. Sold by druggist.
everywhere. Manufactured on_ b
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sent fiee by
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S. M. SNIDER
Watches, Diamonda and Jewelry
GREENVILLE, S. C
My facutlties for doing Flne Watch
Work unrsurpasscd in the South. All
work guaranteed. I sell the Celebrated
Diamond MSectacles and Eye Glasses.
may 1, 1884 31 tf
J. G. BLACK,'
Jeweler and Watch Repairing,
Main St,, 2d Corner Below 0. 3.
TliE NEW AMERICAN NO. '7, AND
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Close cash buyers wanted.
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