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PICKENS C. H., 8. O,
J. E. BOG0S &00.,Proprietors,
J. M. & .J. P. itOGGIM, Editorx.
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''gutes of "spect., Commwiun lication
of . persou %J. character, when admissa
ble wilt-be oM4gdifoinns advertisenets.
J oe Aothma iaving detcermined to
resiga his seat in congress, the friend(s of
Col QJf NORRI8,will offer hini as a can
didate'to fill th L,vteauey.
'MItRSDAY, MARCH 0, 1890.
Ggv. 3oise was inaugurated at Des
NoeiMCs, Iowa, last Thursday. He is
the first Democratic Governor elected
in that State for ovor thirty years.
Tho acts and joint resolutions of
the recent Assembly are out. Those
of a imiorul nature fill a few pages
in the fstii part of the book; those of
a private -or special-nature take up
the other three-fourths.
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Talledegn,Ala., was visited by a cy
clone on the 1st instant. It swept a
track through the town about a hun
dred- yards -wide. Houses were torn
down aud trees uprooted and num
bers of stock killed, bu. none of the
tenatuts. of the houses were seriously
Tennesser and Ohio were visited
by floods last week that destroyed
considerable property, lliiiois by a
destructivo. tornado, and Iowa was
treated to-a first class blizzard, whilo
with-us everything was caln and se
rene. Truly this is the bcst place in
which to live.
An Iudiauna wmain whose origi
nal name has been lost sight of was
married last wek to George Cusick,
who is her eighth husband. She has
been married and divorced nine
times, having been remarried and re.
diorced in one case. Her first mar
riage was in 1867. She is forty
Reports from all ovcr the South
show that the farmers aru going in on
a larger scalo this year than ever be.
fore. M re land has been-broken for
the coming crops than was ever
known, and fifty per cent. more ferti
.lizor has been bought. This shows
that the South is nowv outstripping
the West in an agricultural boom.
The va'lley of the iHossayampla Riv
or in Arizona, was last week the scene
of a damn disaster almost equal to
that of the C'onemnaugh, in Pennsyl
vanlia last year. It is not known how
many lives were lost as the valy for
miles is swept clean. Thore was no
towvn of any size subinerged btut the
inhabitants were thickly settled in the
Aiugusta, Ga., was, hlat week, visit
ed by thirty farmers and1 fruit-grow
ers of Ohuio, who comoU to lootk at the
prLospOct for fruit -growing and farm -
ing in our sister State. Thlis visit is
the outcome of the visit of the Geor
gin editors to Ohio last siunuer.
South Carolina- weuld do, well to fol
low the example of the Georgians, by
inducing our Northern frionds to pay
us a liko visit.
The negroes of Kansas are array
ing themselves against the whites in
a novel way. They have formed a
society, the purpose of which is to
swear any of the members 'ont of
troublo and to p)ut the whites in the
''$0u11) overy time. They also intend
to take up all of the Cherokee strip)
as$ soon ais it is openmed andl form a
blacik m an's t erritory. In gallis will1
sooni have lots of fun w ith the. "coons"
of his own St-ate.
In thme U. S. Senate last week, Sen
ators Call, of Floridli, and1( Chandler,
of New Hampshire, had a lively tilt.
The Senators from tihe South sh~ouldl
cense to pay any attention to tis
New England Mountebank. Hie is
ever on the alert to do the Souith an
injury, and to provo him a liar and a
stirrevn up of strife does no good
whatever. Joe Blackburn is the only
man in the Senate that Bill Chuander
will not- fool with, he feasa J oseph
might ring his necPk.
Noone knows what turn pois
in the St ate will tak'e this year. While
many slates are being foru-ed, it is
all done with little confider ce. But
this is a very free couind , and the
SENiTININL akes the liberty to make a
mnodest suggestion. If there is to be
any change in the offIce of A djutant
General, we hopo to see Capt. nugh
L. Farley, of Spartanburg county,
nominated to that offiee. He has
(done good service for his county andl
state, and we think no onme enn b)e
found ;who can fill the oflicomnore ac
oen'~nblr tn thin nnanln
The now postage stamp- i red.
Agtist what has- the administration.
Vice-Prcsideont Morton lia- )een
invited by tho- Charieston oflicial to
visit the "City ly the Sea" diring-hii
projected trip South in the near fu
R. T. Jones, the slayer of the
Pressley family, in Edgefield, will be
tried this week for the fifth time.
The wheels of justice grind slow in
A party of Boston capitalists have
purchased 3,300 acres of land in Lex
ington county. They have organized
a comnpaniy with $600,000 Capital to
It is said that the juto trust has
offerd the Alliance bagging at seven
cents. 'Ihis is a wonderful colcesionI.
It will be offered cicaper than this
before there is i compromise.
Dick Hawes, tho Birmingham mur
derov was hung last Friday. Hie
made a statement on the gallows and
charged whii6icey and vile women with
his ruin. These two evils bring a
mai to worse punislinicnt than hang
iiig. ___-- --
The cotton seed oil mills of the
Sl ate bave proved very profitable the
past season and have paid handsome
dividends. Several others will be
biilt the coming summer. We should
have one1 inl Pickens county. It will
pay the one who starts an industry
of this kind.
On the 28th ult., ex-Congressnan
Taulbee, of Keitucky, was shot
through the head, at the entranco of
the Capitol, at Washington, by a
newspaper correspontint, of Louis
ville, Ky. The cause of the shooting
was the pulling of the newspaper
man's no.so by the ex-Congress
mau. He will r(.e'over.
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The O eorgia people are-dotermined
to down John Wanamaker by boy.
cot I ing his goods oi accouniit of the
appointimeit. of negro po1tmaist ers at
Ati1(ns and Anericus. Every South
crn State shoIuld help the "Crackers'
out inl their fight against thl(o who
would put disreputable negroes in
our o.ices. Dr. I Iarrison and I
"Sanctimlonious John" iro very clear
of appointing any negroes to oGice in
plenty of lcotius ?tere toohu theyi
have 1no showv. Thecy are niot in de
maniid julst now.
The members of the Farmers A o
ciat ion of this county and their "sy--I
pathiosers" mcet here toIday ( Wednies
dlay) to elect dlelegates to the Colum
h)11ia Vcetion. Wihile it is nlot eer
tain how the delegaios will be
instruct ed, it is generally believed
that if Iho~ convention on the 27th
inst aint, decides to nomlii~iate a St ate
ticket, the Pickenis delegation will
vote againist it, anid will be so in
Several count ies that haiivr already
(chosen1 their delegates have inistruceted
them to) comIbat tihe nomindiiioni of
anyW ticket lit t ho coniventionl, and if
tihe conlventio dec1(1'ides to put11 a ticjk
et in the blh at thuis tume, the dele
gaites of these counllties3 are to with
draw andl have notiniig whiatever to
(10 with the prIoceedings5. A gre't
many farmeors are' sti sied tha~it we'
nee~d re(formtiiioni inl all lbriancs of
a~ntalgonhizting thie Demuocraitic party
but thaut thle iighit lace to begini and
tihe only warV inl which they enni sueC
.Dem4 orati 1 onvntio an refrmn
it.. The farmer compose111445 the malljorF
ity of tihe De)mocratic par1ty inl this
Stale and tihey clan eaisily put a ticket -
in1 the( field that will be acceptale to
TiHlE 1'l.'?Y L1NE.
Wev publish11 e'lsewhere a calli for a
mneetinig of ourn citizens iiiteiested ini
th01'it ontrprise, tomet. thie 'ourI t
houe oni Sa turdayS, the0 8th instaut.
Ever1on Wilo has the initei 1st, (4f
the counilty at hearit should( attend11(
sholuld build this road(, and it, will
also lie of getadvan tage to th
lower' etion oIf the counity if theyr
will take a sober thought, of the moat
(l. it has1 been0 shuown beyond1(. a
Idoubt that monelIy puit into a roadl (of
tis kind will be ai good paiyui
take stock ini, anid help to) build the
duinuniy line, will not be giving their
mfonely away, but will b)o put ting it
whlere it will pay a good interest.
Come to the mee'(tinlg anid take a
hand1( in1 tiis scheme whichl p~r(omiises
so well, and of which all wvill be
proudl w~heni accomiplshed. Oia
Tioudhoiild-omH will find Sal'vtinOi
-euro curei* for' gout or rlie.mal~tism.. Itis
sol bv nl ii gimit$ f~w on en.N S IQAIV,
Tite-New Court I~ouxte.
Architet.E. B. Rutledge, >f tik city,
; engngod in the preparation of plants
or the repairing and enlargmaont of the
0unnty court hioaso at Pickenm. At tho
ast Gonoral Assembly a bill was passled
>rovidinlg for tho expenditure by tie coun
y ommnitsioneri of Pickens of $,2,50)(
n trio illprovem lnt of the Court house.
l'ho present building is very old, etitiroly
00 M1ml1 for tie prese4 nt needs of the
ounty and rather diapidated, and the
)rojected clantges will bo decidedly in
lie line of effileioucy and economy.
It is thought not untilikely, however,
hat the !62,500 ippropriated will be
round insiullicient to make the improve
uIutS that atro absolutely neceosary and
t is possible that a larger appropriation
maity liave to be provided for by the next
begianture. To mevet thisi emergency,
Mr. Rutledge will prepara two nets of
1rawigii, one for repairs within the $2,
M00 limit and tei other for the nlarge
nent, of the buildiig to .doublo its pros
mlit size.-Grenvlle News.
Tho writer of tho nl)vo is certainly
lot acquainted with the provision of
ie bill patssed by the General Assem.
)ly for the enlargeimeit of the court,
10111 att this place. Thu bill express
y provides for the enlargement, and
1o11petelt builders and contractors
have looked at the prescet building
And are satisfied that, the appropria
ion of $2,500 is suiflicient to make
Lhe building twice as largo as it is at
[)resellt tid to furnish it in first cl-iss
style. Thero is 110 nled of hut one
lian as it would be iipossiblo to
nake the enlargement in any other
style thantl the! present11 briCk blildingf
tud have it prescit a Ileat appear
mCV. so let Mr. Rutlege submit his
plan for an addition that will iumhe
the court house t wice as Iarge as it
1a0W is an(I a coitractor wvill he forth
oruin)g that will do the work within
[lhe amount llowed. Two miontih
ieemin to be atmple tinie for ay arch
itect to have gotten up plans and
pecifieftions for a simuple builditit
ike this amd if they aro not forth
'onhming. our. colltmissioners should
ook else(where for the.mi, so that the
vork may boe (1111 in the best seasin
>f tLe year for woi k of this kind.
MTAKE Y4'11 LANDb PAY.
What our part of the country now
iceds is for thoso whlo owni large
racts of land that are of little or no
alie as a Source of inicome, to be
iumagd inl ;uch it way Ilhmt it iiiay
>o ma(le productive. Toi-day there i
housands of ars of laiid in this
ginthat would, if tilkin hold of
.1d( properly handled, pay a hand-,
;omo iltvrst oil the inlvestmieit.
3n)mo of te 1best alnd easiest modes f
loinig this is to nu1ake patLure lands
Mt of every acre that i inot stu)itable
por farming, b citting dwn mI
learinhg ofl all worthiless t iimber and1(
owing grass5. sedt tof some1( kind. It
itoes not matter what variety is uised.
ny kind of grass wiill grow hiere,. auid
toek is chleap, so thalt a manil Wilt is
tossessed of a large amount of land
nal smallh capital iiiay sooni have ai
n1( pasture11 andit it. well stocked.
ihis~ c:iii he dlone by judl icious man111
eme t'lt amnd work at inbi t imeus.
hecre arie sever'1al monhiths in
hie year in this~ part (If the
ounmt ry that thei farmiers dt prac i -
Ii ttitabi.le by worintg on barreni
ands uttin downA ' und rerbru~s mt
iriar's, muakinig fences atald sowing'
gri1ass s4eed. Somelt of $ he beist 1emy
ng lands in Pensylvaiia and Ohio
ands(1 as thei poor hiI!! anid ridges ofi
ickenst couinl v. Now ther cantlit
ie 1bu g hit for aniytinrg siort of a
aneyV pice. All I lus was actomplllish-.
dt by umingti them~ into0 padu re
ands. it is useleuss ihr any one'~(llL to
dvy that the1 grraingtl' gras;(es v' ill not
row herla~ e, for they will. Ouir Win.
er's are sh ort mluh11 it)n part of th e
niitedl States cani stock be raii to
re~tr prolit timn herie. What is
heC s(u1Oo ini oinig ilimdreds1 (If
Itres of landl Athiat is covered8 withI a
\one whiatev'er. Make' it inito haaturie
1(nd( alul( full will reap a rielh harvest.
M'or. A. Gallagheir, presiident ol (f the'
lI, the Walnl strelt monelry king,
v ho con~ltrolls the rtoad, have biotht
leen ini the sItte flr aboultt a wtsk.
they were at. the CiharlestonU hoth I
lesterday i I f hr a few htours, bulit lef. ini
nadet1 a tour1 of in speel ill over thie
iands wthe Uovit to11 ittl spetd exen
ion(P westl ward. (If the detis niil
itI ien to pusIhitl the constrisc tion
>I th roa alSt s rapi 1 dy Lspih titI So
ileisee. T'ihii end ofV the0 its wll
fiotiIl heitouc e nilithey--- riest om
\letid, ornal -o
>fiel t mo~st f ealabl feedtrs o the51
Altin th vle wif iltfti i thought,
be a valabloJ adjunt, toe Char.to'
A lZj unay,~ Ntt."
A triple asterisk corresoenent of the
Gireonvili News writiig from Easloy
"Wo see thatt the Pickens Cort House
)oopl haveo had a survey made front
their town to Liberty on the Air Line
for a dummy lino of railroad. If our
Pickens friends aro willing to risk the
elances of investiing their money in a
tramway to their town, which is now the
county seat., but which may not be three
years ioneo, I don't think: it is any of
Easley's businesims and I don't think sho
is going to ilako it such in any way,
shape or lorm."
It is safto to say that tho writer of
the abovo wou iot. liko to nee
evenl It dIummy railroad hitilt to Pickens.
lit did right to use the pronoun I "'
Ie was only expressing hi own views.
The great majority of Easley's citizens
alwdys speak kindly of overy enterprISe
for the benefit. of the county seat. They
would be ghid to see her with a half
dozftn railroad.,. Tho Messienger of last
wt'ek puts it mild, but it comie3 nearer
speaking the Senitilelit of the comtuuni
ty. Hasley is going ahead doinag woll
for herself, but she is far too patriotic to
say anything to discourago any enter
prise that has for its objeot the upbuild
itig of any portion of Pickens county.
The News correspondent spoke as if lie
ws pi(ied oil aecount of the sarvey
iaving beet md( to Liberty inisteaid Ji
Eatley-as if there ill; 1301110 m Ttago
itusm between Easley and Pickens.
Thoro is no good reson for anything of
the hind, andl nothing of the kind has
ever e.isted, Therm was and in an insur
moiutable barrier to runiiig a dummy
1io to En:sttley. The Cunb orland Gap
hias the right of wiy- at Charter, and
hii colid not be igiorted. Soveral of
the friendA of the dumimv ino were mnx
ions to run111 the survy to; Easley for sev
oral reasons, but th diflielty already
mIntOind %Its at tihjciOnt Iuer;W1 to Uv
"Which isi lov the coility s1e0, but
which may not he three Years hence.
.1li might liavye iiiadid with equal truth
:mid probability "Which i-a utw Table
hoch, but whiih TmiaV niot I three years
hience'."' There is ino guesin~ig whlat crianki
andpolticansn~a doto disturb thei
('tiilimniity and hillder the progress of a
county. They ma;%y make this a tqulestion
ill Picklo1n1 couity. .1lhit wO 1imri an1
aihing confidence in the soler conmnon
sense of our citiziship. They will let
who wN-ill, raise the qiestion of moving
the counlty. feat, bmt the(y will Hpeewly
give him an eiinphatie ilnvitation to lake
a back seat.
We liked to'lmve said Easley, but it
wIul mlve b leeli wronig -the -,aid ctlres
polident, 1117-1 e.viden'tly given se'veral
Vigorous kiels, beforo, he was sprred.
Easley, of cdeualta, Ima heenl too well
raised to Worrt.y, her'.elf About other peo
phlts busini'es. Uiut -we are Sorrly 011 11
count, of the ](-Ial dilicullties alre-ady
1lentio1, that we cannot, nlmo it het
haiinii s Fs. Wo feel sure th.at the corres
isl(j n1!t w11 rep1in to 141,me( ind(i.
,i'na! remarks. 1 t P ick n i.)U no flirt.
We hiiv' couriel Liberty-lhe has en
enta rged u a iiit, :mui we are suro tc
marry her, if we can raise inilligh moitan
ey to buy jewels for th wedding, :ml
LaIwty is goin 'i to ask Easley to bo one
of the bridesmai d.
Out of runtiei.
forator W. T. Field, of Pick(ens,
who ~Ims. ved the 1e.>1ce of hiS
('aloutv hI)0l and flaithfullv in1 the leg
islatI.ive councjils- of tihe State, was in
the (-ity Iesiterthw. Ini (conIgrSat ionI
"hvith a parity ot friends, Senator ieldl
remrlodi t hat lie wias 'oult of p)oli
ties fo god. Un >vuld ntot bea
cand1(idaftet for re-elect ion to thio Son
late, lie said, nor)1 did lhe expecct to run
lagain for any polhiticl ollice. "T'he
toI b e created'a. Tha t of 'FoIx lluniter
talisheds, I mighlt h e a candidate for
t"- GAreeuvilie Ne wA, 2d inst.
Next to treatinig V uri wife's rela
t ion w ith alecIninig degreaae of courl
ItesyI~t and kiintssi,-it. is your1 duty to
'stiek up fora your 1 t own ; periiit 11o ')
potuniiity to go by without putting
ini a word 1 aIs y'ou can for thie palac'e of
your abd le. Don't allow any manI to
bausane tinltegrity (If its eolde, with
ailjity. Taelk up its proasperity.; pumpia
mio( tveryV nman's ('1ar('1 yairo't wmat a.
womlirfullyt pri't'r'il' ivet glot aheadl
peole ou towny itnns up;tI :o :ttsle
le(g iti tat bra'sn as toc~'2a luiw fril
liant11 your h 11 prfsional hen Ilar and
tioWl tlitt illel a hod les --nipporat
your newspaiapers-;(ii adver)tis.-Ev..
Wl haenaes (af "thio niitdi States
the Uited St es helitriue it', the
la lst' :und~i geatet of ther all. Thiirt'
('here area ote, and1:~1: hens our. ree
gover-inenft ies to prosptriu the~ ("lx~i
iiampl n iihe iolltwed byothr'xima
fioni; aisl there 1'vi i 1liVill ve 4h ner UihV
I' ted Sailt, ht nolte tfom countr~2iethat 1
arelt how (Tingad.tso mie.Hr
ai the punt ofa thf Uted Sitae
S(Ut('tdStt of A inrien;~,t' 1ii-!,u he
Uit eds States f lxia;1(,h
IUnie t I . -s ofl~ 114 olomia; i 1tliit,thel
l'uit! (d t te's. If tVentizi la88, t he11
f ted~~ Saes ofjlte trai. iIjtIiiIl
''ltn andi 10 eeal ohera hRepublie
fanslef lid hi o attnd heconen
lin f heReulian Naioa
Eegei ahil.ler i
A bill authorizing the superin
tendent of the forthcoming census
to ascertain and show therein what
por cent of the people in the United
States occupy their own homeg and
farms, what pereentage are LlanltS,
and of cliose occupying their own
farms and hones, what proIo-tioni
have their property free friu debt;
and of the farms and ioies inder
mortgage, what percentage of the
value is Bo mortgaged, has been in
troduced by Congressman Iichard.
Ron, of Tennssee. It is to be bop-d.
that the bill will pass, as the statis
ties thus gathored will shed some
light upon one of the ruost perplex
ing economic questions of the day,
that .of whether or not it is true that
the ownership of f.rming lands is
fast passing into the hands of money
leniders, an1id that farming is no long
er a profitable l)usiness.
In thirty-one words how many
"tiats" ulay be gramrnatically insCrt
ed? Answer: Fourteen. le said
that that that that :nan said was that
tIhat that one should, say; but that
that that that other inan said v.as
that that that man Should not say.
That reminds us of the following
"says" and ''saids:" Mr. B. did vou
say or did you not say what I said
Becauso C. said you saidI you never
did say what I said you said. Now,
if you did say that you did not say
what I snid you sai d, theu what did
vou say ?-Exchango.
It is reported that a revivalist at
Taia, Iowa, recently asked all the
congregation w'ho Iid their debts to
riso. All rose but an editor, who ex
plained that ho didn't pay his debts
bealse the entire Congregationl owed
himn oi subscription.
The Grand Jisryt Prewsvtment.
To Mis Ionor, James Aldricb; Presid
ing J udge:
We, tiht Giand Jury, beg leavo ,to
make this, our report, for tho March,
1899, term (f court.
Thawe have passt;ed on all bills given
us for our considerathom. Tin we iave
visited the jail nid find the prisoners
well etireI for and t1ai sheriY doing hi
duty so far as wo have boen ablo to ex
a In ito his 01100o.
That w,'e havo visited tle p1oo house
and find tiho iuwmtes welt cared fur, tho
fari inl goomd condiriou and the steward
doing his dIty.
That WO h1aV. Lot had sutiteiOut timeo
to ex"iumine into the boo ks, reports, etc.,
of couty oflieers ill deail, aml(I ask that
your. Hom r appoint I1. C. Shrley, *J.
W. Bronsoll, and J. A. Eltiiy, of ou
body, a Comillitteo vith pow(er to eiploy
mll txpert, and thatt Sait(1 connu'littee shll l
exmnilne into saitd books Itid reports,
11d that they report to the grtand jury
1t, Iho next termii of cour1t.
Ve than1k your ionor and otter ofli
cers of the c 0tour for courte ileSi shown
us Espetfully Iubmlitht-ed,
J. A. Eiksmny, Forema.1.
Notice to Tales
The next regular (x:lniuiition of
teacheri for this county will be held inl
the court house on 1'riday, April 4th,
I190, openin lg at 9 a. mn. and chosing at
meuh~w4 School C'ommissioner.
Subscribec for the S1:Nr1nI, only
$1.50) por year.
I T.1lATlE OFI SOUI'll ('AflOLIN A,
( ourt of Proat'If e.
liery Lang.le.y C'laytcon, Jayt C'layton,
Pru-lnce Ciyton I~u:'Chvton, An
Mumr iinotnts. (C:omiplai nt filed.)
You aret herieby stuliaonet and1( reqsuir
etl tt anlswter the colopht)1. ilt inl thiisnito n l
andIt~ to servte a copy of your auiswelr to
the'ir ofiloe at P ickens C. I[., S. C., with
inl tweniity days)' aftr th1 Ile ser vie thiereo f,
excluive of thi'e, tlo such service: and1(
if youn fail to aniswe'r he~ cominijiiit w1ith-~
ml thet tie aforidu, thei yhatintifl'in this
ac(tionY wiht apply tol the C~ourt for thle r'e
i 'o nnude ineft tl comp'iit.~it i i
Talo- n tith t complaint in the
aboveI etitle aItir n tti Ih n ~ ith~'l the
namou" s o t' f -wh i iit tIMr II' it i t'
iopy,'ii'I w as tli ii n lthe tll i jtttf tiwl'ro
it id ttli onth ;kh dy!fSirb
yo i tis eme,' 1 wtin twenty days athir
the seriofti'.ii sno au-cnoi.
hav suh :In ardii .na' id' itm l'ppolit e. i
J.P AllY TfsAty
J.hi1. N.eS.uIu(,1J.1 .:P. U.
plyt J.~ B. Neuwery Judgr of Utroati'i or
CAUT ION Take no r lnles
C4.UPEI~UIprice jareo us~1ed onl W
bottom. If the' dealer cannot p oa
sund direct to factory, enclosing aav1st
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMEN.
W11ne Calf. lleavy Laced Grain and Croed,
lest in the world. Ixaine his
5.00 (ENUINIP IAND-?hEWED MHOR
4.00 IIAND-SEWED5) WELT HlOE.
3.50 POLICE AND FANMES' 8IHOE.
1, .5f) EK'T'A VALUEV CALF fSHOE.
U-4.25 & !2 'WOJKlNK4iMEN'S 8110(ES.
8:3.04) aridI 01. 75 1OY' 011006 SU1oES)
All made in Cougress, Button and Lace.
$3 & $2 SH OES LAS.
- a1.75 SIHOE FOlt MISSES.
Best Material. Best Style. Best Witting.
V. L. Douglas, Brockton. Mass. Sold by
FOR SAIl BY
TV. T. MI-ci1ALL,
PICKEN S C. LI., S. C.
7he exrcrises of thsis school will beyiqn o;
Monhly, Febrary :d with 'rof. J. 1'. Var
an ais I'rincipli. Competent aild experienced
<:ssist nts weill be I'plyed. The hadricuages
offered lay this schlfil or the' reducationa of boys
andl !iirlt are uuurpassed and lerms are very
Sc/houl >billinl/ commorlious and wrell adapt
ei for vchool purpose.
TARNS FER TER CI! CF TWENTY
WI EEK S.
re-'1iinyc/ el en ar arithmtiu, yr.
Inor iph., hisitoy, &c .............. . 25.
It rmdiate l) t p at -.>linti,
rruliy. clemniary arit/iciIiv, <ie
o 'r >l/4/1 , h try , / itv h I -|n.
lish /r.inm r . ..... .... . 8 75
IlK/ler I).p'rtmnt:--/Iqiher yroma
mer. c'oposti(ion rul l torie, /igher
it ahn: t c, ate/ br , metry. &c. 12 50
Thei a ,mr lruoni/,s ith Jatji,
(,'ruek r ire h!i1............ . 1.5 00
Students will get fredit for their ."hare
of th4e pilblic Schli flred. Special raites
of ti it ion can ho Imiade by applyiig to the
J.M. iWA T
I 1)19 C liat r>:11m Jiiild TJrustr es.
AT THE "CORNEW
Main and Sardine Sts..
'You will find, who!
Good Fohur, Sugar, Coffee and Mo
lasses sold Che a p by
Tiro, bolt anud r' d iron, Pl ,ws.e r
F1low Stock and~ Tramces, low LG.,,i1 for
for spoit c'ash, by;
Hio-4, Mat tocks, Sh ovels, Spade~s,
Rim Knobd anid .Patdl)cks in any s-tvle
or' size; tl'ois, O.vens, Kht ties, "S-pid.
D)'ry G7ooris n d1( .Noltin, Tin and
Gl1assi Ware and Crckeryv, at
Need s, 3 eentsI a paper; pins, 2
4 e -4sIn pa per; ITacks ', I (c(lt ai paperP;
velopes , 4 eenta I p luc; spool cot
ton 2 (1(nts per" spiool; shites 3 centsL
('achI; gardlen seulsI, 2 cemts per' pa
perL ; fmn oily i lu, $3 25 per' barrel; a
goohd eiw bmuiner( for 1.5 ('enlts.
W.T H. N IX,
fel t Ea4Vl(ey, S. C.
undlier thei nanu- mal1 lle of .JAS. IEN
T~t& StONS, l'e1dh-t'onl, S. C., has b eeln
d'l-Ived by t hie dealthi of tihe senior part
ne(r. .lones5 lllnter; mid:4 the agreena-ntlhl
withI the ditrIibt of1 1' I the' said( .James
I lnt er', deceah'lsed, wh.IerehrI~ the b)usine(ss
Jam . T ll teir mal \1 I -e N. FHunter.
All pi rsonsI li4lebted( to thes firm (of .Jaq.
1114nt11r & hons w ill please4 ((orne torwaird
I .4 sith-i Ihe 5ma4 an1'od by 1sl Lo oi save
fehn3AliiELS ?1. IIG-Ni lit.
The OrIgin~aI WInE.
C. F'. Sirmmons5, St. Louis, Prop'V
4.1A.immosiver VIMedtic ieEs.'
440, in the U. S. Court n)1 A 1s J.
/. e'lin, Prop'r A.Q.immonns Liv
e tgulator, Est'd by Zcilin i%1u.
M. A. S. L. M. has1 for .g7 years
cure I NOISY'sroN nll .1011s1 4:ss,
1D '1r I-IIA, 'cK IianAnAc;ar i,L.ove
- ANEIiiir. sOUR11 S'foM4AcIr, E.TC.
,T4 4. e.T.4 e ms ato .
- e ( hurch, Adams, TLenn., writes: "L
*tinik I Yholltt have tbeen deadt but
for," y;er enuine M. A. Shn
- - rnonsLier Meditiue. I have
Roesometimes~ had to sulbstitute
rfyq "/eil's u tiff" for yourT Md,
C~mcinIe, but4 it doni't answer the
liaf//s/, Mlc mi phis, Vflnn. (lays:
' I received at pac4kaIge of yourILiver
- 1 Mdicine, and have used huf of it.
It workt-s h~ke aI charmi. I want11 nal
be1X itte'r Livecr ReulaI tor, anld cer.
- tiyno reof/ilna,,mtue,
itoney to liOgu.
815) andl 1npwardis. Loanla repaIyal e ini
toi pay5 olf his indeb11.ltedne5ss witihut ex
A pply to J. .E. Bh000IK, Attorne(y,
oct-t'.1nma l'irkens.t~ S. C,
Iftehanoad a Daavlle Mlk.
Condeused Sqfiedilo-Bcpt 20, 1889.
Trains run by 75th Meridian time. Oie'
hour faster than 90pi Meridian time
8ouawuiA-D agy No 5% No 50'
Leav New York. 4 80 pi 12 10 0f0
P d 0 57 pm 7 20 ahr
B Itimore ..... 9 80pm 945 ai
Waington. 11 OOpm 11 24 any
Charlottesville.... 8 00 am 3 40 pnY
Lynchburg 5 07 asi 5 40 pna'
Richmond .... 80 am 8 00 pn'
Danivie........ 505 am 8 40 pi
Greensboro.... 9 42 am 10 27 pm'
Goldsboro .. .....t 00 pin 2 00 pur
1aleigh......... * 1 00 aMn 4 46 pnY
urhw .,,.. V... j05 am 6 48 pm,
Greensborro.,... *9 f6am10 80 p
Salisbury....... 11 21 am 12 82 am,
Charlotte........ 1 09 pm V 15 am
Gwatonla......... 1 49 pm & 0% =W.
6 artanburg.. 3 so PM. 4 61 o
Asheville........ 9 05 am ......
Ilendersonyille .. 9 59 am.
Ar. Spartauburg ...... 12180 alai......
Lv. Spartanburg ...... 3 38 pm 4 51 arO
Gre enville....... 4 45 pn 56 axo
Seneca...... ....6 26 pm 7, 8.1 am
Toccoo........... 7 23 pm( 8 31 am%
Cornelia ........ 8 00 pm 9 10 amA
Lula............ 8 23 pm 9 27 aw.
Athens......... t 10 25 pm 12 29 pa.
Gainesville...... 8 50 pin 10 04 a
Ar. Atlanta........ 10' 40 pm 12 noon,
NorIwARn--D1aily. No 51 No 5W
Leave Atlanta........ 7 00 pm 8 10 am
Ghinesville... .... 8 50 pm 10 04 am
Atheus ........... 5 50 pm 7 40 ar
Lila............. 9 17 pmn 10 26 am
Cornelia.......... 9 44 pm10 50 am
Tocco........... 10 16 pm1 11 21 amne
seneca.........,. 11 09 pm12 11 pW
Greenville.... _. 12 35 am 1 48 pu
8partanburg...... 439 am 2 52 pm
Spa rtanhuiirg.. .... .... ....8 40 pn.
I[endersonville.... .........6 07 pm
Asheville.'............. ...7 00 pm
Hot Springs.............. 8 40 pm
Spartanhurg....... 1 39 am; 2 52 pm
Castonla.... ......3 83 arw 4 45 pm
Charlotte......... 4 25 ait 5 30 pm
Salisbury . ........ 6 02 ami 7 05 pm
Gireensboro....... 7 45 am 940 pm
Dnrham .......... 12 01 pm 6 23 pia
Raleigh ......... 1 05 pin 7 30 pm
Goldshoro....... 3 .10 pm 12 50 pm
Greensboro.... .1 7 50 am 8 50 pm
Danville .......... 9 32 am 10 20 pa
Itliichiond........ 3 30 pm, 5 15 am
Lynehburg ....... 12 25 pm12 55 am
Charlottesville... . 2 40 pm1 8 O am
Washington ...... 7 10 pm 6 53 am
Baltimore ........ 8 50 pml 8 20 am
Philadelphia...... 8 00 am 10 47 am
Arrive New York..... 6 20 am' 1 20 pm
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
No. 5' has Pullma sleeper New York
I o At lanI a.
No. 52, Pullman sleeper Washington to
New Orleans, and Washington to Birm
No. 51 Pullmnw sleeper Atlanta to Now
No. 53, Pullman sleeper New Orleans
to Vashlingtonm. ati1i Biriningbai to Wash
ingtoni. JAS. L. TA YLOR.
(G. P. A. VAshington, D. C.
L. L. McLESK EY, ). P. A.. Atlanta.
!E1idElanond & Daunville KR
Greenville and Columbia Division.
Condensed Schedule - Nov. 10th, 1889
Trains run1 on 75th meridian time.
Ooing North. Going South.
No. 51. No. 55.
7 00 am...Lv (.arleston Ar... 9 30 pm
........,Augusta ..... ..9 00i
10 45..........lumbhia ...... 4 40
11 40 .......-..lston....,...845
1 :33pm.....nion........1 58
2 4'...... .par tanhuirg . . ....12 35 amt
41 -16...... ....ryon .... ....11 24
5 03.........Sa ilda.....10 37
5 51.........Flat Rock..10 10
Ii 10 . .,.IenIderson1ville.,., 9 59
7 00)........Anhevlle...9 05
8 40i Ar.... hot Sprlngs.... 7 36
12 00) Lv...Pomnaria ..... 22 pam
12 25..... ...Prosperity...8 02
12. 42........Newberry ...2 40
2 15 Lv ..inety Six...1 20
2 37........Greenwood...12 33
4 (0) r..Abbeville...10 50 am
41 001 LY....Blton........11 04
4 293.......illiamisaon.10 41
4 32 ....Pelzer.......10 3g
41 18 .... ...Piedmon t.....10 16.
5 :15 Ar.... Grec..ville . ..Ly 1) 30
4.40 Lv.... Auderson..... 9 37
6 ;30..... ....Senccea........ 8 30
7 09 Ar.... WValballa...8 97
5 45 pmn.....Coumnbia...
7 23 ...Prosperity..
7 10........ Newhierry ...8 30
8 -15.........Glville..7 28
9I 08..........Clinton........7 0g
9 45 Ar..Laurens. ......6 80
No 50 No. 51.
10 20 am....v~elton Ar.. 40 pma
10 46 .......Williamiston..3 17
10 53...........ezer........ 3 10
11 00 ...........ednt..... 2 53
11 35) Ar. ..Greenville . ..Lv 2 10
Nos. h, 4, 50 and~ 51 dlaily~ except Sun
day. Maini line t Irains 54 and 55, daily
bttweent Colu mbhia nnd1( A lstor; dlaily ex
((ept Sunday between AlIston and Green
ville. SOTL I1AAS, Tratie Managtr.
,JAM. L. T1AYLO1R, Gen'l Pass Ag't.
I). CA H1DWlUILL. 1). P A.. Columbia S. C.
THEZ ATLANTIC COAST LINE EK
Wrihn inagtn, N. C., JanJ. 1 3th, '90.
Fast Line between 0Oharleston and Co
Iilumia nad upper South Carolina and.
Western .Ntlh t'arotlinaL.
boing West- Going~ East.
N o. 52. No. 53.
7 30o a.mi . . LvChxrleston Ar.. 9 80 p.m
I) 1(1..........Lanes.......7 50
10) 33......... ..mter~. 6 . . 8 7
11 35 . ..Ar Columbia Liv... 5 20
~2 24I pm . .. .Winnusbtorro.8. 303
:3 M . .......Chester.....2 40
5 (00 .....orkville... 1 20
5 2 ....Lanctater...11 00 a~m
4I 1(6...... ..ock 11111..1 67 p.m
4) 1o ...Charloutte, N. C. .. 1 00
. .. reen wood-.1.2 113
... .Ande~rson. .9 37am
... Greenville.0. 40.
........ ....Wlhialla.. .. 8 003
... ...... prtanbur)9g -.... . 12 40
IHemierson5t~ville', N, C 9 59 p.nm
Mdii ... Asheville. N. C... 9 05 a~m
roli tais be'weena Charleston and Co-.
lIumb~lia, 3. 0. TV. M. EMI:RSON, -
Gen. Pass. Agentr
II. WAiTrEas, Gean') Manager.
I C. FITZGERALD,
G(lEE1~'NV1LLE, 8. C,
'tT Over We~(stmorelandf lrothiers Drug
All work do9ne* by t-he *inintineous
process. AISlsomake enulargementsu front
ohlt pictures to an~y size* inI water colors,
erayon, india ink, oil and~ ptlaii pfhoto,