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THURSDAY, APiL 3, 1890.
Che citizen who desires a fat office
. run for king of Greece.
Che Senate has confirmed Mr. Rus.
as postmaster at Anderson.
'he Carolina Spartan comes out in
ow dress and is greatly improved.
Why is Senator Blair like a mus
a duck?" Give it up? Simply
ause lie has a dreamy look and flat
.b sole ground for admitting a
ublican contestant to a seat in
3gress is, that a majority of the
grecsmen are republicans
Lssistant Postmaster General
rkson has made a revelation. He
s the President has not removed a
le postmaster for partisan reasons.
Pven the corn-bread, in Pickens
nty is better than it is in any oth
part of the country, and the Watei
he finest in the world. What i
lerb location for our splendid ma
.t is said that a convention is talk
of in Abbeville to select from thai
inty a candidate for congress. It is
lerstood that this is agreeable to
n. W. C. Benet and Mr. W. P.
'ho candidates will be coming out
w for the next two mionths. Sub
for the SENTINE and keep post
o not borrow wihen you can
ur own for $1.50 per annum
its for six months,
of the University stu
s last week in trying to ridicuk
to convention and its work wi in
treniely bad taste. We are very
rry they were not under the influ
acc and control of sone of their
iends who have common sense.
The readers of the Greenville News
ce certainly ,under masny obb)if'atioms
>Mr. T. E. Horton for his full and
acurate statement of the proceedingi
'the farmers convention. It was
ind in Greenville and all along the
ir Line as soon as in Columbia ani
There was a very sad aund fatal casc
! poisoning in York county last
eek. A husband fixed up what lhe
iought was a dose of quinina for
is wife and it turned out to be mnor
- i to the nman for
took the drug in
s return he found
id she soon died,
The Abbeville delegation to the
leneral Assembly have had some
isun derstanding. among thenmselveE
und their constituency in regard t<
"e recent act of the Legislature re
.ealing prohibition in that town. All
hat has been said and printed has
iot been in tihe best temper. Tit
abbeville Medium closed the wvrangl<
ast week by turning loose a sweeten.
d water editorial hose to lay on the
Hion. M. C. Butler has our thanks
or a report on t.he cotton production
,f South Carolina prepared by Harry
lammnond. It shows that 18,46f
creB were planted in cottor
n this county in 1880. Corn
.7,070; oats, 2,982; wheat
iweet potatoes, 251; rice~ 28. Th4
number of bales pr< ee ere, 5
756 buhel Icorn, 314,064; oats
2 vjlat, 31,668, pot atoes, 20,
oud frice, 30,460.
That was a terrible cyelone whicl
passed over Jeffersonville, Louisville
Bowling Green, Kentucky, axfa Ci
cago, Illinois. Wherever it went, i
carried d'ath and dlevastation. Hum
dreds of lives were lost in Louisvill(
and millions of propcrty destroyet
'This city seems to have suffered met
severely. The cyclone came withm'
Any note of warning at about 7:2]
o'clock on the evening of the 27t
tilt., and found all at their usual occa
pations. It lasted lees than a mninu
but was followed immediately by
terrible down-pour of rain. Tb
saust have prevented a most dlisai
treuteonflagration. More than twe:
4y-fotr l'ours before, the storm hui
been'predicted by the signal servie
R.wt mo attention whatever was pal
~'o eo warning. But we do not no
f oworewarning can help mut
6Ipl could, giv. the enact line<
Mana iMh in imposnible.
"What is to be, wiJl be." As there
had to be a nomination for Governor
and ieutonant Governor, we are sor.
ry that the resolution to nominate
was not carried by a three-fourths
majority. It is too early to forecast
the result with much probability of
correctness. But this much appears
clear to the SENTOrL. If the con
vention had adopted the platform it
has it would have been much easier
to have nominated Mr. Tillman on
the strength of it next August. As
it is, much assistance will have to
come from tho opposition in the way
of abuse, ridicule and persecution, to
insuro success. If -the opposition
should have sene enough to keep
their pens and tongues still, till the
crisis came, they would got the victo
ry. The bow will be sprung now for
five months, or more, and it is liable
to lose its elasticity. It is well under
stood that those who opposed noini
nations did not do so on the ground
of objections to Mr. Tillman, but be.
causo they thought that was a bad
course to adopt to attain the avowed
objects of the farmers movement.
That was the case in Pickens county.
It was not opposition, or favor to any
nman for office that gave rise to the
anti-nomination resolutions. The
county masa-meeting thought, many
would regard nomination% at this
time as solely thork of place-seek
ers, and that it might give rise to di
vision on plans among those who have
the same purpose. If Mr. Tillman
had declined the nomination himself,
nor have suffired anyone else to have
been named, we believe that ho would
have received an overwhelming en
dorsement by the farmers convention
in August, which will name or re
name the man for Governor.
In a neighboring county three or
four little coons were earried before
a trial justice charged with assault
on a little white boy. The parents
of the prosecutor and the defendants
were present to look after the inter
ests of their respective offspring. In
talking the %4fair over before trial,
the little coons through their pa
offered to compromise, The prose.u
tor through his pa, agreed to compro
mise, if the coC) would accept of a
sond thrashiAg at the hands of their
pa, and pay half the cost. This was
agreod to and the cost paid. His
Honor was about to adjourn court,
when a wrangle begun, the prosecu
tor saying the whipping should be
done then and there. His Honor
s9aid he had nothing to do with that.
The prosecutor said then he would
withdraw the comp)romise. The
court became worri.d with the com
plications and putting on all the judi
cial dignity the occasion required said
in a commanding voice to the pa of
the coons: "I see that I will hav-e to
use my authority in this case. You
have agreed to whip those boys. See
that you do it. Give them forty
strip)es less onei, and make your re
port to this court wvith all convenient
speed, and fail not, on pain of the
penaltjies, that may fall thereon. The
crowd will adjourn."
ON TIEE ANXIOUS SEAT.
The New York Star, published
some statementIs, last week, which are
r-at her strange to be true. .t sceems
that Bllaine andI Allison are by no
means satiileid with the admninistra
tion taritf bill prepared by McKinley,
of Ohio. It is boldly stated that a
disruption on the tariff question is
imminent among the New England
mnanufactur-ers. Secr-etary Blaine is
one of the shrewdest politicians, and
may now be moulding a party plat
form that will put the democrats to
sh ame in its tariff reduction doctrine.
Mr. Blaine was doubtless led to
the anxiou 3 acot.t, by his recent tilt
with the Rlight Hlonoratilo W. E.
Gladst:>ne i'm the p fun
Re er:'OA1 -4ia the Star says,
it is~ among *he proba)ilities that
Blaine and Allison will stanl, iu 82
-on a frece trade platfor. m and ask to
,1be made President and vice Pr-esident
- .of the United States.
SThe Coluiia staff correspondent
of the News anid Courier says:
';As to the Calhoun water-power in
Abbevilie, Mr. Calhoun sa::l that it
t was true that he and huis broth-er, PIat,
. intendedi to have it developed, but
they were !n no great hurry about it,
and would consider it at ter current
-work was finished. When the time
tcame they could raise in twenty
.t four hours all the money needed, in
o New York, and put up a million-dol
h lar mill on the property.
In course of conversation during
1- the day, Mr. Calhoun is reported to
h have said that it was the desire of hia
a brother "and himself to have Fort
Hill go to its rightful owners, and
that it has been and still was theii
intention in case the litigation for th(
p lace was decided in favor of Mist
d to purchase Fort Hill and pre
e, Bent it to the State, reserving only
a few acres on which to build cottg
h The York Enterp:ise came to u
>f last week enlarged to a nine columi
paper. It is eleantly printed,
TaE s., C. RAILROAD.
"It may not be imProper for me
also to suggest though perhaps not
altogether germain to the subject of
this opinion that the South Carolina
Railway Company under its present
management is not deserving of much
favor from the authorities of the State
Government. The receiver of this
road. ha; refused to pay the taxes due
the State by said company preferring
to purchaeo coupons of the Green
bonds, which have been pronounced
fraudulent by the Supreme Court of
the State and by tendering the sarge
for said taxes to embarrass the State
Government and to entail upon it the
expense of a vexatious and prolonged
The above is from the opinion of
Attorney General Earle, on the
Charleston canal question. General,
it was improper for you to suggest
anything not germain to the subject.
We are at a loss to know what a rail
road could do, to make it deserve a
favor from the State. It is unbecom
ing the dignity of a State to -dv aV
spite work. If the receiver is guilty
of a mindemianor in refusing to pay
the taxes of the road, he ought to be
prosecutcd. If he is not guilty of a
nisdcmeanor, then he has done no
wrong. Any corporation, or individ
ual has a right to refuse to pay taxes,
but he must pay the cost and penal.
ties for his refusal, and this is all the
State has any right to require. The
South Carolina railroad will hardly
"entail upon the State the expense of
a vexatious and prolonged litigation,"
unless it thinks it has a wrong to re
dress, or a right to enforce. If it
thinks it has either, it is legally and
morally right for it. to litigate, hold
w%hat it gains, and pay cost and dam
ages if it loses. There is nothing
disgraceful about this.
The Abbeville Medium is more so
vere than the Attorney General. It
"Every patriotic son of South Car
olina should resist the granting of
any other favors to the South Carclina
railroad. The incorporation deserve3
notihing at the hands of our people.
All its franchises should be taken
away from it and the incorporation
should he utterly destroyed."
As the South Carolina railroad de
serves no more from the State than
any other corporation, so it does not
deserve any less. If it is not right
for the State to give it anything, it
would not be right to take anything
from it. The doctrine of amputating
the nose to spite the face is almost
obsolete. If the Medium would like
to hit receiver Chamberloin, it should
go at him straight. A strike through
the corporation is likely to lose its
Will Tillman Rflopentl
CHARLEsTON, S1. C., Mlarchi 3.--A
rumor ran like wildiire through the
city tonight that there might be somfle
change in the Tillnman tactics. The
rumor is to the effect that Capt. Till
man mnay withdraw from the r-ace for
Governor in certalini Continfgenies and
that the executive committee of the
Shell convention will subistittt ex.
Mlayor W. A. Courtenav to head the
ticket. It is said that'if the opposi
tion to Capt. Tillman which has been
developed continues to increase he
will be w illing to withdraw, in which
event somec other name will be select
ed by the executive committee. It is
impossible to say what impoitance, if
any can be attached to the rumor, but
it is said to come from a newspaper
man connected with a journal that
supp)orted the Farmers' Movement.
Capt. Courtenay is in Altaaa and
doubtless knows nothing of the rtl
mnor. There is no doubt that he could
com)mand( a large vote in the low
country if he was nominated by the
regular Democratic conivention.
Greenville News special.
WVork and Loirare.
The first object of every man who
has to depend upon his ow~n exertions
must needs be to p)rovide for his dai
ly wants. This is a high and( impor
tant office; it dleserves his utmost at
tention; it includes some of his mou
sacred dutieii, bo0th to hiinms.f, his
kindred, and( his counit.r%', and al
though in perforin'i.zg his' task he is
001}.e11et.- by a regardl to his
own interest or by his~ necessities,
yet, it is an emp)loymen)t which ren
der~s him truly the best benefactor of
the community he b)elonigs to
All our pursuits must give way to
this. The hours which he (devotes
to learning must 1)e after he has done
hiu work. His independence, with
out which he is not fit to be0 called a
man, requires, first of all, that he
should have insuredl for himself andl
those dependent on him a comnfort
able nubsistence beforn lie cain have
a right to taste any indlulgence, eith
er of his senses or of his mind; andl
the more ho learns, the greater the
progress he makes in the sciences,
the more will he value that indepen
dence, and the more he will p)rize the
indlustry, the habits of the regular
labor, whereby he is eniable to secure
so prime a blessing.-Lord Biroug
The Wayeross Repo; ter wants Ed
itor Underwood, of the Cainilla Clar
ion, to be the next governor, and it
says in his favor that he hats govern
ed a family of thirteen children, com
posed of five gir-ls and eight boys.
He has succeeded so well in home
government that the Reporter cannot
help thinking he would succeed at
the head of the government. t
must be remembered too, that thir
teen is sometimi~s considered an un
lucky nuumber, and tshmt Editor Un
derwood has succeeded is spite 01
The following approximate
Easley---....... 8 82,49
Central --------- 48,55
Hurricane ..... 19,67
Piokens 0. H.... 49.8
Total ........... $ 294,76
Ve-rtonualty .... 294,76,
Realty .......... 1,0000
Total . .......... 8 1,604,11
Ileve A* r. Nichuolson.
This section of coullitry has sufered:
a seriouw loss in the death of A. P
Nicholson, which took place at his re
sidence in this city at alx>ut 11 0)'cloCk
last Monday night. He w ever an'
active energetic, zealous worker, and
left an impress for good in evary
place where he labored. Mr. Nici.
olson was born in the tipper part of
Oconee, then Pickens District in
May, 1832, and conlsequently inl the
58th year of his age. His early edu
cation was obtained at the old Tha.
lian Academy, at Slahtown, under
the teaching of Rev. J. L. Keniedy,
after which he entered the South
Carolina College, probaby in 1859.
le was in his junior college year I
when the war commenced when he
volunteered in a company of "Min
ute Men" to serve the Confederacy.
Afterwards he joined Orr's Rifle's,
being a member of Co. E. Captain t
Norton, and served through the war
as a private in McGowan's Brigade.
After the war he entered the Southern
Presbyterian Theological Seminary
at Columbia, where lie graduated in
1868, ild then entered actively upoln
the work of the mi.iistry. His first
piastoral charge was Providt-nce
(Lowndesville) and Rocky River
churches in Abbeville county, which
he served for four years, and then
accepted a call to Lisbon, Rocky
Spring arid Friendship in Lauren's
county, serving thei faithfully for
ten years. After that he served Car
mel, Mt. Pleasant and Pickens for
eleven months, and then necepted a
call t0 Steele Creek church, near
Charlotte, N. C., serving there as
pastor for three years. Then he re
turned to this section, about three or
four years since, first supplying Cen
tral, Liberty and Midway, and latter
ly Liberty, Slabtown, Mt. Zion and
Midway. During the whole of his
21 years ministry he missed only two
alp)oii.tments until his last illness,
and those two were onl accouint of se
rious illaess in his family. He leaves
his wife and four children, two) sons
and two daughters, besides a host of
friends to lament hio loss. Hs re
mains were taken this mornilng to
Slabtown, to be iner1,-d in the cem
etery near the new churcha that w.'rs
built up under his ministry. He wid
be surely missed by his family, by
the conununity, and by the churches
he was so faithfully serving; but he I
has fought the tight and finished his i
course, and has now gone to receive
the crown that the Lord the Rlight- 1
eous Judge had promised.--Ander- i
Tho Imaportance of Good seed. ]
So much has been written upon
this subject that the We'sternr Rural t
hiesitatesB to say a word more upion
it; yet when we nay that immense
losses occur ever'y, yar from the use
of poor Geed, there will not be a readl- 2
er who will not resp~or.dJ: "That i1
is so." Well, what as the cause a
of poor seed? These are among thre I
cause: There is not a suflicienlt ob
servance of the law that like prodluces hi
like. There is too mu:ch carelessness e
in making a selection. Seed should j
be taken from perfect specimens. I
We observe that one writer in an a
Eastern paper affirms that the be-an t'
crop) yiels more lightly, because seed
is taken from p)lanrts that grow few a
po(ds and niot nmany beans in a pod. e
That is possible. T1hen and it is here ,a
that our interest centerr at this c
time of year. much se.ed is very e'mr- je
10essl' kept. It is not kept io (idry t
placer. Let that maWtter be attendec L
to at on1Ce; and wheOn thre spring comies i,
never p)lanrt seedI that you have riot a
tested. It is so easy to sow some seed
in a warm place in boxes in the spring f
to test its vit:tlity that there is ino ex
cuse for~ planrtinig seed that lacks life. '
The State Press Aseociation will
hold it s annual convention in Charles
ton the 30th of April. The conven
tion will not nominate State officers.
-N ewberry Observer.
Christopher Kirksey died in Seneca,
on the 21st instant, of heart failure,
aged about eighty-three years. Mr.
Kirksey was a native of Pickens Dis
trict, but removed to Dalton, GIa,
ma~ny years ago, where he lived uint ii
recently. His funeral was preached
Sunday morning in tho Baptist
church at Seneca by Dr Manly, after
which he was buried in Oak Hill I
In these times of adulterated goods
all persons dio not get what they pay
for, atnd many others do not pay for
what they get. ____
Silver coinls, halves, quarters and
dimes, are legal tend(er to $5; nickels,
cents, and two-cent pieces are legal
tendier.only to 25 cents.
Judge Cothiran havig determined to
redigu his seat in congtress, thre frienids of.
C ill) K NORRIM wilt offer him as aca.
(didate to filll the vacancy
FORl SCHOOL CO)MMISSIONER.
. . G LA.ZENEJR Is resnetfulhly an-i
ROunaced as a candidate for S chool Corn
missioner, Hubject to 'the act,ion of the
Demcrtic party in th uianary electlau.
stateament is furnished by
3 216,58908 299,8
8 163,916 208,959
2 '19), 135 233,687
5 70.417 90,092
0 148.618 198,508
5 102,579 133.391
0 51,696 62,786
2 8 1,000,000 $1,294,762
For School 64,979.22
r Bull's Cough Syrup... .1t
FFICE OF COUNTY COMMIS
sioners, Pickens C. U., S. C.,
Iarldl 18th, 1890.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
ids ill he received by the County
7o1missioners of Pickens CountV
ntil the first day of May, next, for
ularging and repairing the Court
louse. Plans and specifications can
e seen in this oflice or in the office
I E. B. Rutlege, Architect, Green
'ille, S. C. Contractor will be reauir
d to give bond and security for twice
he amount of his bid. Right reserv
d to reject any and all bids.
And ltlmo that sealed bids will te
eceived until the 1st day of May for
he following lots of land belonging
o the County of Pickens, and being
ituated and lying in the town of
?ickens, to wit:
One-half acre more or less, on
vhich the County Treasurer's, Audit
>rs aid School Commissioners' office
tow stand; one-half acre more or less
ietween Pendleton Avenue and the
Phornley and McFall buildings, two
crvs of the jail lot, parallel with
outh line and full width of lot; one
anlt acre on west side of Ann Street,
nlown as the Griffin shop lot. If
aid lots are not disposed of by the
at day of .lay they will be offered
or sale in front of tho Court House,
luring the legal hours of sile, on 1st
Ioiday in 11 ay next. Terms of E ale
ne-third cash, balance payable on 1st.
f November next, bond with mort
age to secure the credit paymeit.
)urchaser to pay for papers. By or
er of the Board.
'ITATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas
esse W. Stribling, Cashier, Plaintiff,
.T. Fendley, et al. Defendants.
Ini pursunnce of a decretal order
nade in the above stated case by
lion. James Al drich, Presiding Judge,
n March 6th, 1890!, I will sell to Ib
Lighiest hiddeir on saledny in April,
ext, before the court hious.- door, at
~ickens C. H-., durinig the legal hours
F sale, the following desacribed Real
atate, to wit:
One lot in the town of Cen
ral, containing one-half (b) acre, more
r less, ad joining lots of Watkins and
Also, oIne othe r lot in same town,
itt and couinty aforesaid, contain
g one-eighth (A) acre. more or less,
iljoining lands oIf F. B.Morgan, P.
I. Gaines, anml othet s.
.A!ao that piece, plarcel, or tract (of
md, situnated in the county andl
tate .oforesaid, on the east side of
Lcow(e RAiver, adjoining lands of C.
a. Hloll ingsworth and Joseph Price,
nd1 con taining one hundred and for
(140) acres more or less.
Terms:- One half cash, balance on
cre-dit of twelve months, with lei?e
the pu'rchasher to anticipate pay
ent. T1he credit portion to be se
17r(d by bond of purchaser andi
murtgage~ of the p)rem:ises, with in
31-est froama day of sale. Terms to
e compli.ed with in one hour or prem
en resohi at risk of former purcha
P'urch~ar,ers to pay for papers and
)r recording the s.amie.
J. M. STEWART,
th Mchi '90. Clerk of Court.
TIATE OF SOUTTH CAItOLINA,
Court (If Probate.
.V. Clay'to as admIiiinitatr (of the es
tate of 8. W. Clayton, deceased.
lenry Liangley Clayton, Jay Clayton,
P1ru.lee Clayton. b,uey Clayton, An
ie CIaytoni, silas W Clayton and Ja
nile Clayton, Defendante.
Siumons. (Complaint iiled.)
~o the defendcants abmve nammed:
You aure hierebly sa(uoed and reqgni
d to uaunwr thle comipinmt in this action
rhichi is .this day; filed ini the offiee of
lie Probate Judge of Pickes ..unty,
nd to serve a coof yonr ansawer to
he' said coumplaint ora the anub.Aoribers at
heir offien at Pickenma 0. UI., 8. C., with
ni twenty days after the arivice thereof,
ixelusive of the day of suoh wioe; and
I you fail to unawer the c-nplairit with
n the time aforesid, the plaintiff in this
otion wiha applly to '.he Court for the re
jef demnanuded in, the comnplaint.
8EA..] J. 11. NEWV BERY. J. P. P. C.
J. P. (Itavy, PI fi Att'y.
o the de(fendatst above inmed, ial of
wvhom,, are inors:
Ta'ike no(tice thiate the complaint in the
bhove entitled actioni, togethier with the
ummions, of which the foregoing is a
~opy, w.s fled In the oiflo-e of the Pro
ante JTudge for the count,y of Pickens in
lhe Mtate of Southi Carohnma, at Pickens.
n said State, on the ;ld day of March,
890, and unless you procure the appoint
nient of a guardian ad litomi to represenit
yoeu in this case. withini twenty days after
the service of this suminma ant niotice
thpon you, the laintiff's attorney will
tiave sneh guanrdian ad litemn ap sointedl.
J. P. CAREY Prtfs At'y.
t. R1 Nwmu, r P. P r.
send drc oLtr,eeoisCsde
pr*d*e.M a r,.a."s . .
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE Fo
Fine aHeaLed Grain ad Creed
mo:r Watpo.r 8
i eat I the world. Rw iie hin
I5.00 r4ENITINE HAND)-8 WED IHrn
4.00 11AND)-SMWED WELT 11OZ.
3.50 1101I011 AND rABmmita AWOt.
2.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOX.
2.25 822 WORKINO MEN'S SHOES.
29.00 and 61.7 J30YS' SCHOOL SHOE*&
All made In Ronrress, Button and Lace.
$3 & $2 SHOES LMIa.
01.75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
Best atrial,.t style. ]fest Irikt"ML
v. L6. =810lav, N=oton. wass. Bilfgy
FOR SALE BY
W. T. McFALL,
PICKENS C. H.. S. C.
High School !
2 he excrcises of this school Will beqin en
Monday. February 3d with Prof. J. 1. Dar
gan as l'rincipal. Competent and experienced
assist nts u-ill be employed. The advantages
offered by this school for the education of boys
and girls are uasurpassed and terms are very
School building commodious and well adapt
ed for school purpose.
TERMS PER TERM OF TWENTY
rea.iing, elementary arithmetic, ye.
Inoyraphy, history, tc............ $ 6 26.
reading, elementary arithmetic, ge
ography, history, jc., trith Eng
lish grammar ................ 8 76
.1Jigher Department:-Higher gram
me,, composition, rhetoric, higher
itrithmec, algebra, geometry, 4c. 12 60
7'he atoec branches ivith Latin,
Grcek or French............ . 15 00
M usic.. . . ....-...... . 15 00
Students will get credit for their share
of the public school fund. Special rates
of tuition ean be made by applying to the
J. X. STEWART,
jan9t Chairman Board Trustees.
AT THE "CORNER"
Main and Sardine Sts.,
You will find, who?
N IX ?
Good Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Mo
lasses sold Cheap by
Cigars, Tobacco, smoking and
chewing, a,'--s to suit you, by
for sp3jot c
Rim Kn.iob andR ramoem, ..
or size; P'ol., Ovens, K(ettles, "Spid.
ers' and everything neeWded by you at
Dry Goods andl Notio'ns, Tin and
Glaiss. Ware and Crock. ry, at
N lX'H i!
Need1les, 3 cenIts a papPer; pinS, 2
(cents a pa:per; Taeks', I cent at paper-;
writing paper, 3 cenits per quiire; en
velopes, 4 eenta per pack ; apool cot
tou 2 cents per spool; slates 3 cenis
each; gardlen seed(s, 2 cenms per pa
per; family' flour, $3 25 per barrel; a
good claw hiammrer for 15 cents.
W. H. N IX,
febl3tf Easley, S. C.
S TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas.
R. A. Child, et al, Plaintiffs,
James M Edens, et al., Defendants.
In pursuance of an order of
Foreclosure made in the above
stated case b)y the Hon. T.
B. Frazer. Presiding Judge on 20Jth
November 1889, I will sell to the
highest bidder on saleday in April,
next, b)efore the court house door, at
Pickens C. fl. during the legal hours
of sale, the following landls, to wit:
All the diefendants unidivided one
half of onethird intorest in all that
piece, parcel or plantation of land
situate in the county and State afor
said, on Peter's and Hawks' Creeks,
waters of Saluda River, adjoining
lands of Elgra C. Edene, Wmn. Rider,
Joel Jones and others, containing
seven hundred and thirtyfive (735)
acres, more or less.
Also all the defendant J. M. Eklens'
interest in all that other piece, parcel
or tiract of land in said county and
State, on waters of Carpenters' Creek,
waters of Saluda River, adjoining
lands of "W . Jones, Wilson C. Jones,
N. H. Jone.s and estate of Joel Jones.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
papers and reording j same.
J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
NOTiCE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
LIi hereby give niotice that we will ap
ply to ,J. BI. Newberry, Jludge of Probate
for PiekensR counity, S. C., onl the 6th (lay
May. 1890), tor leave to make a final
settlement of the estate of Maxwell Cha -
tain, decWeased, and ask to be dismuissed
J. J. CHIASTAIN,
A. B. CHIA STA IN,
mar27w I Executors.
I will hbe ini my oillece, ait :ickenis C. H.,
oni the first Monday in March, April, May,
Jne and1 .July, for the pulrpoi.;c of itegis
tern:g noy Voter. All wl)o desire to Reg
ister wtill d1o so ('n the (lays niamsed, as th<
books will close after the first Monday i10
July. U. 8. ROBINSON,
foWlm3nJ tingeor of Registrat,ion,
1RIc nomd A 4-anwilie It
Condensed Behedule- Sept. 29, 1889.
Trains run by 75th fiferidian timae. qnv
ho10 finte than 90th Meridian time
S011TIWAUD-DaIly. No 52 N
Leav Now York.... 4 10 pin 12 '
PhIladelphIa... .. 6 57 pm 7
13altimore. . 9 80 pi 9
Uashiigton ,. 11 00 pm11.
Charlottk sville. . 8 00 a a 40 pm
Lynchburg... ,..' 5 0' am 5 40 Ipm
Rtichmioi. ... 2 80 am 8 00 pm
Dan'ville .... ....8 0 an, 8 40 pam
GreenFboro... ' 9 42 am 10 27 pjb
Goldtboro. . ' 00 pm 1 00 pm
Raleigh.... .. 1 00 ami 4 46 pw
Durham ........ 2 55 urm 6 43 pift
Greensborru. *9 50 am 10 80 pm
Salsbury.. .. 28 am 12 82 am
Charlotte ..,..,. 1 00 pm S 1 ay'
Ggtwia....... . 1 48 pm *0 wm
Bp) 'Minburg. . o36 pm 4 1 am
I?Utb,rIngs. . .. .1 7 30 ar .
Anheviale., . 9 1 am ........
llenders;nvil>e.. 959 a69 .
Ar. Spartanburg.. .12 30 um ... ....
Lv. Spartanburg...... 8 875 pai 4 51 a
Grt enville........ 46 pn) 5 50 am
Seneca .... ... . I '6 pm 731 am
Toccoo.......... 7 28 pm 8 31 am
Cornelia ........ 8 00 pmi S 10 am
Lula............2 n' 9 ' - 7 am
Athens ........ t 10 2- 4 n .12 2. pm
Gainesville...... 8 r0 'pLo1L 04 am
Ar. Atlanta........ 10 40 pnl 2 .'en
NoTuwARD-Daiily. Noli5 Wn58
Leave Atlanta.........7 00 pm 8 10am
Gainesville ....... 8 50 pm 10 04 am
Athens ........ .. 5 50 pm! 7 40 a
Lula............. 9 17 pm 10 26 am
Cornelia.......... 9 44 pi 10 50 am
Toccoa.......... 10 16 )m 11 21 am
Seleca.......... 1109 pm 12 11 pm
Greenville........ 12 85 aia 1 48 pr
Spartanhurg ......| 1 9a 2 52 pm
Spa rtanburg........... 340 pn.
Iendersonville....... . ...0 7 pm
Aqheville ......... ..... . 7 00 pm
Hot Springs... .. .. .... 8 40 pa
Spartanburg....... 1 S9 am 2 5 pm
Gastonia.... ..... 8 88 am 4 45 pm
Charlotte......... 4 25 am 13 80 pm
Balisbury ......... 6 02 am 7 05 pm
Greensboro....... 7 45 am 9 40 pm
Durham.......... 12 01 pm 8 25 pm
Raleigh ......... 1 05 pm 7 80 pm
0oldsboro....... 8 10 pm 12 50 pm
Greensboro. ... . 7 50 am A 50 pm
Danville.......... 9 32 am I0 20 pa
Richmond........ 8 80 pm a 15 am
Lynchburg ..... . 12 25 pm, 12 55 am,
Charlottesville.... 2 40 pm 8 00 am
Washington .... 7 10 pm 6 53 am
Baltimore........ 8 !50 pml I 20 am
Philadelphia...... 3 00 am 10 471
Arrive New York...... 6, 20 am 1 20 1
S=IING eAR- SEB
No. 5' has Pullman sleeper New Y
No. 52, Pullman sleeper Washingt
New Orleans, and Washmngton to-'
1'o. 5 Pullman sleeper Atluta C
No. 53, Pulliman sleeper New Orleans
to Washington, and Birminghnni to Wash
ington. .IAS. L. TAYLOt,
G. P. A. Washington, D. C.
L. L. McLESKEY, 1). P. A.. Atlanta.
StIelhanovd & Daanville It
Greenville and Columbia Division,
Condensed Schedule March 25th,
Trains run on 75th meridian tim
Going North. Going
No 54. N. 4).
7 00 am. ..Lv C.harleston Ar... 9 0 pm
.- . Atigusta ..~..... 9 00
10 45 ........lun,bia ....... 4 40
I~AI V ...,,.
12 2.5.........Prosperity.. 02
12 42........Newberry... 2 40
1 15 Lv.. Ninety Six..
2 87...... ..Gree.wood.. .. 12.
4 00 o'r. Abbeville . .10 50 am'
4 0(1 L..1...I lton....... 11 0'
4 2& ......Williamison ... .10 4k
4 82 ..... .... Pelzer...1
4 4i8...... ...Pintmont ...0
5 83i \r... .Gree..ville . . Lv (W
4 40 Lv . . Anderson..
6 80...... ....Seneeca..
7 0* Ar.... Watibaln...
10 40..... ....tIam.a...
5 45 pm...Coumbia. .
6 42 ....Al- o
8 45 ' ...
9 08 ...
10 201) ..
10 46 ..
10 58 ..
11 50 Ar.
Nos. 5, 4,
between Ce 1
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Wilminigton, N. C., Jan. 18th, '1
Fast Line between Charleston a
lumabia and upper South Caroli
Western North 'arolinia.
Going West. Gohi p
No. 52. No.
7 30 a.m . .LvChmarleston Ar.. 9 P
9 10...........Lane2....... 7 5
11 55 . ..A r Columbia Lv... 5
2 24 P~ m ..Winnsborro . ..
5 00 ....orkvi le ..
5 2d . ...Lanc aster...11
4 16 ....Rock lul1..1
5 15 .. .Charlotte. N. C...
Newberiv ~. (, LI
.... . ......Pj artanbrg . . . . 1
Hlenriersonville, N C
..li . Asheville. 15. I'...
Sldtrains between C harleston
lumbia, 8. (1. T1. M. I.uEase
Glen. Pass. A
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