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N. i adlok of Pratter is 0
th; fair at Gainesville, d, this
ii6 Mrs. S. B. Riley qf Lo*
Al & Visiting Dr' J. R. Riley, of
r. . H. Dillingsedy, of .Cidv
k, attei#jed the festiviti6d in Charlbs
luring Gala week.
id the Prinid o the
oEiwnoyle Graded Boliddl has
Iiti dnottigr (iolumn.
ar. W. . darrt last we treat d
'-XN BL to Oid-half bushel of the
; potfitois of ti' season;
'he o ieeks has been all the
ii tld wish in the way 'of favbr
weat er for their full work.
ff. 0. Richey, who has been quite
is much improved. Mr. A. 0.
1 is also Able to be out again.
"otton is off from a quarter to one
sent; and the farmers are making
trattons to hold for better prices.
'he names of seven citizens of this
-y appear on the the pay roll of the
d States Pension office. There is
3nsioners in the State.
Che stockholders of the Pickens
'y Farmers' Publishing Company
led to meet at this place on Satur
he 22nd inst., at 11 a. in.
Inr town boys "jubileed" last
day night over the great Democrat
d wave that swept over the country
eek from Maine to Mexico.
-n is scarce in the market. Old
.9 out and the new has not come in
It is thought new corn will bring
cents when it begins to come in.
[ousekeeping partnerships *are be
3rmed at a lively rate at present,
the indications pointing to a boom
)cook stove and general furniture
'ne of the convicts in the Fort
shain gang, being asked what he
i for, said he had stolen a mill and
tught when he went back to get
)n the 6th inst., at the reidnce of
N. Wallace, the father of the
Mr. T. J. Mfauldin was married
sa Lida Wallace, Rev. E. M. Mer
hIe foreclosure of liens this fall
been few so far. Every one has
I enough to pay all demands and
oing it without the law being called
to compel them.
Ur. John L. Thornley, jr., of this
1, has accepted a position as sales
with McAllistei & Bentz, of Green
whern lie will be glad to meet and
his Pickens friends.
J. W. Roper, E. E. Roper and Pick
fimmons, who were tak-.en to Charles
ast week by the deputy inazshals
isentenced, were sentenced to three
the in .jail at this place.
-Railroad companies are finding out
the hauling <A huni ireight is
or a risky business this fall, from tle
.prices that they will have to pay
killed and crippled folk.
'he Liberty township signposts and
rds have been passed upon and re
ed by the Commissioners. This is
first contract received so far.. Mr.
#. Wyatt wvas the contractor. .
-The prosperous year among the
iters has caused an inicrease in the
ibers of marriage notices. Cast your
young man and secure a prize more
table than a Gover-nment Clerkship.
-Maj. John J. Lewis and Mr. .. P.
-ey left lat T1uesdlay for Columbia.
ay went as messengers to the State
partmnent withl the returns of the
to and Federal elections in this coun
-Rev. Sam R. Riley proeched a
enditi sermon in the Presbyterian
arch-at Easley last Sabbaith morning.
preached at Mount Pleasant in the
ernoon and again at 2Easley in the
'-The shoal on -the Saluda, near Ducus
ile, where the niew factory is soon to
3-built, .has.beena measured and proved
be of'from %OO to 700 horse power.
his will be suffieient-to run all the ma
.iinerv thatecan be hitched to it.
-----Quite-a -number of our citizens that
oft their faums:a.year .or two ago andl
aoved to -the factory towns on the Salu
la areeconinugback, They are convin
~ed that farming in this county will pay
settyuj than working for a corporation.
--A four-year old child of -Jim Mor
:au, colored, was seriously, if not fatally
'urned last Friday. The child was p)lay
ng around a fir-e in the yard when its
-lothing caught on -.ireand entirely burant
-ff. Dr. Williamis attended the sufer-er.
-The~ Mayor says that parties must
be cam ij~ how they shoot inside of the
..orpoa, U linita. Some one gave the
a. Sheriff and one of the prisoners a bad
scare last Satur-day evening with a
'Measley" little 22 pop gun. Lookout
--Mr. Larry Thornley came up from
Charleston to attend his sister'na wedding
mud.will return ini a fewv days to the city.
Hie is taking a practical business course
-inder his uncle, Mr. B. F. Cramer, who
is a prominent comtraetor and builder of
--Mrs. Catherine Lewis, relic of Ja
pob Lewis, died at her home on the old
.rewis homestead, on Tuesday morning,
he 11th inst., at the age of 76 years.
Ihe had only been ill a few days, and
icr death was unexpected. The funeral
ook place at the family burying ground.
-The cotton season is not half over
yEt .a.nd there haa already been near four
haundred bales marketed at this p)lace.
This is the best showinug Pickens'has ever
made. Our buyers will p)ushi the one
thansand mark close this year, and next
year when we have the dummy line they.
will quadruple it. 'Rali for Piokens.
-Poseyv Addington and a colored mar
named Eilias, had a most promiscuous
row last week. It was compromised~ in
the court of Justice Mullinix last Mon
day. The litigants gave bonda to keep
7 the peace, and Elias paid the cost. Mr.
H. 0, Bowen represented Addington,
and Mr, J, 1). Freeman represented Eli'.
as and4 hise 0rowd.
e following relatives and friends
rounin icknst att the re cetonr
well of fmat teeeidnr,f r
may f in ahe,in Anderson, last Thurs
CUP ast t ding: rs.J.oL. Thornley, Miss
t!! brgbd Msss JhnL.jr., and Larry
tti hev at Earnest L. Thornley
wrV oL Sea'brook, Ms .F n
-As I 1, rena Uarner, Misses Corri,
-f Palest Ola 2Uollingaaworth and Maggie
ancient They all report a Qnlendjd time
two feet captivated by she~ Mfe:rpolis of
iolid sena or 9onnv.
Cotton still moves down every tifiej
there is a dhailge in the market. As uft.
al, some ofthe farmers have waited until
oottolf hm gone down about one cditt
and are pidsliibg it on the market some
Indian ummer was never more de.
lightful than now.
Mril. A. M. Hamilton died yesterday
and Was buried at Slabtown today.
Dr. Carpenter visited his home last
TtTsday, voted and has returned to fin
ish up his work on the mastioators of
Rv.W. L. Bogg9,of Moore',isvisiting
his brother and friends in this section
Mr. W. W. Martin and family are vis
iting in this section.
Our farmers think there will be but
little yellow cotton round about here
The Medical Association met here last
week. There was not a full attendance,
but they had a very interesting and
Mrs. R. Richardson, who has been
boarding at J. A. Boggs' this summer,
has returned to Vicksburg, Miss.
Some of the black bloods of this sec
tion paid Greenville a visit last Saturday
and got a supply of "red-eye," and was
so flush Stin day morning that they in
dulged in a reguhir pow-wow, disturbing
the.peace and dignity of the to wn. They
were promtly taken in hand, and one
of the offenders was lodged in the look
up, and all the offenders wore up this
morning before the authorities, and
three ot them finled.
Hurrah for Tillman and Demooracy!
Nov. 10th, 1890. OBsERVER.
The weather is delight ful.
Cotton picking ruIching.
Mr- It. 0. Gaines is in the cotton
market again, for a differont firm. Mr.
Cadileo is also buying at. this place.
Bring in your staple while competition
Several cases were disposed of in the
Mayor's court last week which increased
the town's contingent fund.
"Ki" Shirley is preparing to build a
handsome country residence.
Tle Presbyterians are soon to improve
their church. The Methodists are to fin
ish their new edifice at an early day.
The election was quiet. All voted for
Tillman and Johlinstone.
On the constitutional question all went
one way except one vote.
Con husking and wheat sowing is the
order of the dny with our planters.
Our crops are turning out better than
expected, and all are jubilant.
The general health of this community
is on the mend. BONE-".
Fro3an Table Mlountain.
*Mn. Eivon : Wo have had 1iiing
frott at last and cotton is opening rapid
ly. Who e0n heat this? Mr. Absalom
Roper, of the Glassy Mo ntain section
this county has two lfgs which wll net
each 350 pounds. They have b3eon in
the pen one month, and are just twelve
months old. Tlhese species of swine are
crossed with Essox and Cheater.
The Twelve Mill Musical Association
will meet with the Keowee Baptist Church
on 'Saturday before the fifth Sunday in
November. Song service will be held
on the day following. All are invited
tn attend and make the meeting a suc
cessful one. Bring your note books.
By the President.
Itend and iRefleet.
Walker-McElmoyle School will open
its winter session D)ecember the 3dl '90.
All parents, andl e.specially farmers, are
reqluested to investigate the merits of
this school, if they intend to patronize
it at all, and want to be just towardl
their children, they are begge.d, enitreated
and urged to put them in the very first
hour of the sesion. Some people have
an idea that nothing of consequenco is
done in school the first day. If it doees
not (d0 much the first day,' rest assured
it never will (10 much. Theliro is nio
sense in taking up a vast deal of time in
or.ganizig a school which has a good
grade'd system. Thl e gra ded system is
no longer an experiment with the Walker
McEhnioyle School, but an established
The course of study is fixed and e-achi
p)upil knows into what clas lhe wvill go
as sooni as lhe receives his examination
papers and report. Therefore there is no0
classifying to (10 except with new pupils.
The work begins just as soon as school
openls; therefore, any one coming in a
few days late stands at a disadvantage
throngh the entire session. Often such
pupils have to be dragged by the chlas
and feeling und(errated, I ecome disgusted
with schiool hiardships. and enter the
working world with their undleveloped.
minids wrappe'd in their prejudices.
Wio is res insible for these unqualified
citizens? 'I hese mt.fortunate early mar
riages? Of ton it is that father who keeps
hiis'.on at home picking yellowv cotton
onily two weeks after school opens.
Often it is that unwise mother who keepsa
her daughter at home a few d1ays to make
sonmc new clothes to wear to school. In
these good times,b l)uphil'sl standing'in his
classes aind in the estimnationi of his fel
lows and teachers does not dlepenid on
his or her good clothes or dainty lunch;
but altogether on his head and heairt.
Parents don't cause your child to foel
snuubbed, throughout life perhaps, bor
the sake of a few more days work, but
send.j him to the Walker-Mc.Etmoyle
school wvhich opens D)ec, 3d. He will be
welcomed by Miss Olivia Newton, the
Principal; Mi fulius R. Newton, who
besides much Jher teaching will give a
daily lecture on various subjects pertain
ing to Agriculture; and Prof. John A.
Rives thme music teacher. This school
might be called the "Triumvirate," sinica
it lies three teachers, three sessions, win
ter, spring anid summer, three grades,
p)rimiary, common school, and high
school, and three prices, 7, 811and110 cents
per~ day respectively. Pleasant homes
are offeredl to all wvho want hoordl cheap.
Miss OLIvIA N .:wvoN.
Majors. S. C. Principal.
-Preaching at the Presbyterian church
this (Wednesday) evening at 7:30 o'clock.
-Col. J. E. Hiagood came up from
Charleston last Friday. Hie will spend
several days ini Pickenis.
--Capt. William Hunter, of Central
township, will go to Flouida soon and
st-art an orange grove near Orlando.
-The scarcity of cottonpickers that
has pr-evaild this season, will soon cause
some inventive genus to constrnct a
machine that will do the work of the
negro in the cotton field.
-Capt. Earnest La. Thiornley and wife
of Savannah, Oin., visited the fornmers
parents Mr. and Mirs. J. La. Thorn Icy the
past week. Euar-nat's maIn~y friends hero
were glad to see him in Piekens again,
and are pleased to hearn, that he has a
luorat4ve position as passenger oonduotor'
on the 8. lF, & W, .li B,
Roo one hndred n th2e
On ke tow Mr. Ho616bmbe of Uupeet
foka1fft. , Plokens county land ae' oi
a boom. It you have any for sale ad
Rev Seabrook, of James Island, preach
ed a very interesting sermon in the Pres
byterian church here last Sabbath even
ing, from the text, "Thou God seest me."
The congregation pkonouned it as one
of the beat they had ever heard.
-Jim Roper, who was escorted to
Charleston last week by Deputy Marshal
Roark,'for the purpose of being sentencedi
made a break for liberty on tho return
trip at Greenville last Saturday after.
noon. He escaped for a few hours but
was taken in again that night by Roark,
as he was making for his home Easley,
and was brought to jail last Sunday.
A Good Name.
A good name implies a reputation
founded on a good character making
itself felt in a good like. This or that
particular power or special virtue
may or may not be prominent; but the
roots of character must be growing,
the vital principal of the moral life
must he active. Just as a good
name among plants would imply that
they were steadily unfolding each in
to its nutural and proper oondition,
from the lordliest oak of the forest to
the humblest daisy of the field, so a
good name among men implies a per
feet reliance that the bases of charac
ter are strong and vital wlntt them
are developing each one according to
his own nature and condition.
A Black Cloud.
One of the peculiarities of election
day was the largo number of young
negroes who wanted to vote on age.
When questioned they almost invar
iably said they were born in June,
1869. If their statements are true
there must have been a perfect cloud
of black babies that month of that
year in this vicinity. No one seems
to remember any such epidemic.
Clearly that "invention" that Tom
mie Reed says "protection stimu
lates has not struck in on the darky
yet, One single, perpetual yarn
grows monotonous after a timc.-Sa
Some of the stepping stones to suc
Learn your business thoroughly.
Keep at one thing; in nowise
Observe system in all you do and
Whatever is worth doing at all is
worth doing well.
One today is worth two to-mor
Be self-reliant; do not take too
much advice, but rather depend on
Never fail to keep your appoint
ments, nor to be punctual to the
Never be idle, but keep your hands
or mind usefully employed except
Use charity with all; be ever gen
erous in thought or deed; help others
along life's thorny path.
He that ascends the ladder must
take the lowest round. All who are
above were below,
Reed, the rabid Republican Speak
er- of the House, adhdita that he is
iwilling to disfr-anchise every negro in
the land, provided ho could be left
out of the census in order not to figure
in the apportionment of Congression
al representation. He cares nothing
for the negro.
Babies aro the instituti'n su diould
bo guarded from attacks of colic by Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup.
T1he summenr girl while climbing the
mountains or bathing in thu sands of the
seahore, should carry with her a box of
01(d Saul's Catar-rh Cut'e, It is invaht
able for coldl in the hed.
And those troubted with norvousness resulting
from eare or over work will be rolleved by taking
Brown's lro,t Bitters. Oonnin6
taas trade matk and crose red li nes on w aper
-All the p)ersonal property of WVm.
Freeman, deceased, \vil bIe sohul to thu
highest biddt'r for- cash on the 20th inst.
at the late residence of staid dleceasedl.
tiOHN T. laANoRTON, Adtn'rs
011BROW N' IN ON BI T tE R
ra, Nt'rvous m.u' (n enecral D)ebility. Phy~sI
cieam recouL... .. L i. All dealers sell It. u1thlkh
has trade nu: .,.i crossed l-ed lnes on *rappet.
I've been a sufYerer' from rheumatism
for- yearts and have been unable to obtain
any relief at all. Salvation Oil gave me
entire r-elief and I heartily recommend
it. Henry Winikle, Baltimore, Md.
What so wonderful, as a soy. re cough
cured by, Dr. Buill's Cough Syrtip for
25 (ce ts. 'Try itti
* e a
OT1E F IN L -ETEET
Ihrbiv noic 'tha il p
pl to J '.Nwbry,JdeAfPrbt
-~ ~ T.,W. HILL,
n avw i shainit.ra.or
A full store.
Inarked down to y
nothing claimed tI
We are worki
tages, The incres
This season V
We are paYII
We oannot ma
offer for your trad
A large lot of
The best four
The nieat Iin
Hats and Clot
Still selling t1
added to our stocli
- Sel your
Ir Ainythinog Goes Wrong
DOM't LaySt it omIl te
And do the best you kin,
You may never have another stch chance;
You miust'nt bat yer eye,
For the time is dIrawing nigh
When the Judge will make the anti dance.
TVo do the best you can,
You must use my "'Rapidlan,"
Ilor you'll never get anot her such a weed;
[f you want to make a friend
.Just give him "Rap)idan,"
This Almanack will sell you all ycu ntld.
THe sure to do your duty
And try my "Georgia Beauty"
Tis Tobacco was never known to fail.
Hlooray for "'fed( Fox!"
.hust buy it by the bo'x,
This Almanack keeps them all for sale.
Trry kny "Miissing Link,"
Anid you will always think.
That thcre was such anothek' plug;
Theun natural "admiration,"
Chewed by all the nation,
WVili plense a Voter better than n'ug
80 sit down-Becn,
A nd do the best you ken,
And always buy Tobac~o iumn M1e'all;
I've nothin else to say,
But. to bid( you all good day,
And hope to sell you iater onb andl all.
No uise to squander time
in trying to mnake a rhyme,
Everybody knows just where to coinn
For good, honest solid goods,
And it's always lindierstood
Tlhat this Almanaek will make yott feel
W. T. MecFA LL.
I will bo at the Joab Mauldin's
bridge across Wolf Creek on Thmurs
day, the 20th (lay of November, at 10
o'clock a. in., for the purpose of let
ting the rebuilding or repairing of
the said bridge. ErasR Day,
nov3,td _____Chr. B3d. (I. C.
lAR BLE WORKS I
MONUMENTS8. TOMBSTONES, COR
NERl STONES, ETO,
Made on short notice. Satisfaction Guar.
anteed, and prices as low as the lowest,
the unlit,y of the work at all times being
I am agent for the best iron and wire
fences on th, market. Glive me a call
anu1 tuy m,, .....k, n M ,.,...
GOOD, BRUCE & C
No useful article left out of the
rices that make the sales. Nothing
iat the quality of our goods will not ,
ag this business solely upon our ow
wse and satisfaction of our trade is ou
e are working harder than ever to I
g as high prices for cotton and sellinj
,ke special mention of the many indu<
Patent Flour as white as snow and as
-pound coffee in Pickens.
D of Dress Goods ever seen here.
hing in abundance.
xose everlasting Shoes. Several no
Cotton and give your trade to
THE STANIAR F
Vall on mec for your elegant bed-room
a spit-ndidl lot of tin safes, bed-s~tds, ett
Bee Ilive." one of the heat hive made.
both furniture and bee bives. Call on bli
eIT' Good p)oplar lumber taken~ in exd
Contains all the C
ports of every politica
ings of the next Legisi
pages full of South C
Now is the time to s
Do yOUR WVant to Sell, or
do yous Wnnut to Buy?
Conie and See MYe.
I willl buey anid pay Casia,
or I will sell on Credit.
Will Buy or Sell Large
or anuall Tract,., Imnproved
C. L. IILINGSWORTH,
Ist, and everything
11 merits and advau-.
r best endorsement,
old the trade that
goods as cheap as
etnents wo have to
cheap as dirt.
r styles and shapes
GreenvkIe, U. C.
e~ cO., B. C
sits. arlor and kitchen furniture. I has
I am nowl~ manufactuiring the '-Empi
r. M. Mor)iR At Pickens, is my agent f
n, or me at my factory at lField.
Iante for furniture- nov28Lf
ounty News. Pull r<
meeti'ng in the Statt
W ill have full proee
2ture. First and fourt
OTI)T 1)EVITORS AND) CRE]
ITOIIM. -All p)ersemI hohin~ chlh
aigainst thle Estate of William I< reelna
deceased, late of Pickeuns Coun.ty, Sou
Carolina, will present thein legaly attest
to the undlersignled for payment by the1
(lay January113, 1891. and1( the
indehted to said( Est ate Will make payme
by January 1st, 1891, to
JOUIN T. LJANGSTON,
Money to loan.
On improved farmt lands in sumis
$300 and upwards. Loans re ayable
small annual pafymenta throug a peri
of six years, thus enabling the borros
to pa,y off his inldebtedness without
haustmng his cro > in any one year. Alp
to J. '. BOG GB, Attorn,
aug2yl Pi kens, 'C
1If You Are Going Wei
And4 Wanst Low Rate.
To Arkansas, Texas, MIssouri, Colora
Oreg~on and California, or anypno
WEHT or NORTHWIEST, IT Wll
WAY YOUJ to write to me.
FREDf D?. BITSM.
1D. P. A., JL. & N. Rt. R.
,88 Wall Strcet. AtIlanta. Ga. senp->r
Genile and Coun"04M
Trains aun e'a,imrai a a
7 00 an...LY Cha.leston A&.. g
800 ...... Au,sta..... ,
11 00 .......Cotnibla....... 4 4
12 02 ........Alston........ 884
1 83 pm........ Union -----,. 1 I*
2 86 Ar.... 8 iaiburg ....12 45 -
4 46 ....... n. .
S88 ....... 8a a .......10 3"
8 54 .......PFlat Rot ...... 1* 10
610 .... Hendersonville .... 9 0
700 .......Asheville......... 995
8 4 ......Hot Springs..... 780
12 20 ...... Pomar..... 20 pas
12 42 .......Prosperity.... 3 27
1 00 LY.....Newberry..... 337
2 3 ......NInety six ..... 116
S 46 ......Oreenwood..... 1 24
8 07 .......Hodges. ...... 11 5
3 50 Ar... .Abbevillo.LY..10 80 am
4 00 Ar......Belton........10 80
4 10 Lv..Belton.... Lv.... 10 50
4 22 .....Willfamston.....10 18
4 81 ........PeIzer......1, 19
4 48 ...... Piedmont ...... 9 5
5 80 Ar .... Greenville ...Lv 9 15
4 40 ......Anderson........10 03
5 22 ...... Pendleton...... 9 26
600 ........Seneca ....... 854
7 00 ...... Walhalla....... 880
10 40 ....... Atlanta .......
5 40 pm......Coumbia...... 9 50
6 46 . .......Alston........8 46
7 00 .......Pon.aria....... 880
7 18 ......Prosperity......8 08
7 40 ...... Newberry ...... 7 50
8 45 .......Goldville....... 653
9 07 ........C linton........ 82
9 45 Ar......Laurens....... 00
.... ..Ninety Six......
5 05 ........Hodges........ 4 (0 pm
5 40 .......Abbeville ...... 4 15
No. 50- No. 51.
9 4.5 am. odge...... 9 80
10 25 .......Abbevillo...... 8 50
10 40 ........eton....... 8 40
11 02. Williamston..... 8 17
11 08 ........Pelzer........ 8 10
11 25 .. ....PIiedmnont ....... 2 58
12 0.5 ......Greenville...... 2 10
N 8- No. 59.
7 20 ......Prossperity. 7 08
7 40 am... Lv Newberry Ar... 0 50 pn
8 5..j NinetySix...... 5 42
9 14 ......Greenwood...... 5 20
9 18 ........odges. 4 8
10 80 ......Ar. liton...... 4 05
10 45 ......Lv. Belton...... 8 65
11 10 .. Ar:.Anderson..Lv.. 8 80
12 15 pIm. . . Lv Hodges Ar..... 2 40 pat
1 05 . .. . Ar Abbeiile Lv.. .. 1 50
Nos. 5, 0, 50, 51. 56, 58, 67 and 59. daily
except Sunday. Main line trains 54 and'
55. daily between Columbia and Alston
(aily except Sunday between Alston &8L
11ullnan Parlor Car on No. 58 of 8. C.
division Augusta to AsIeville-and Hot
Springs without chanje, connecting with
Columb!a atl Greenville division train,
daily. No. 54.
Plullman Parlor Cnr on C. & G. 54, dal
ly Col-.imbia to Hot Springs, N. C.
SOL hA AS, Trafile Manager.
JAB. L. TAYILOR, Gen'I. Pas. Ag't.
1). CARDWELL.D.P.A.. Colinmbi&. C..
THE ATLANTIC 0OAST LINZ 33,
Wihnington, N. C,, July 8th,, 1890.
Fast Line between OlharlestuTn and Co.
tumia and1 upper South Carolina and
Western North Carolina.
Going WVet, going 1g
No. 52. No. 8.
"'" 7 00Oa.m . .Lv Charleston Ar,. 0 9 8 p.m. -
- 8 80..... .....Lanes..... .. 7 42
9 48 ., ~. ..8umter..... 3 2
,10 55 . . .Ar Columbia Lv.., 5 20
*1 14 p.m ... .Winnsborro ... 8 86
2 16 ....Chester....2 40
8 41 ,., . .Yorkvi;fe..1 03
o 15 ...Lancaster... 9 00 a.rn..
8 27 ....Rock 1Hil1.,1 84 p.m.
4 80 . s .Charlotte, N. C., . 1 00
1 00 p.nm Ar Newberry,R.C., Lv 2 87 p.mr
2 46 .. . .Greenwood.12 24
7 10...... .. . Lurens, .,.. 6 00a.mn
4 40 .,... .Anderson. 10 03
5 20 ...Greenville.0. 25
6 50 ....Abbeville....10 00
2 80.......partanbu~rg .... 12 49 p.ma.
7 00 . . . Asheville. fr. C., . 9 18
Molid ttynins between Charleston and Co.
hiinbia, 8. 0. T. M. EMlER SON,
"c H Vtri~ e' Gen. Pasis. Agent,
e H.W -rR,en Manager.
re - -
ham his mmmie and prico samuped e
W. L. DOUCLAS
Fine calr and Laced Wateire~ arsn.
Tihe excellence and wearlng,luau,tses t ha e he _
Cannot be bot ter shown thaan tbotestrong emdee
... cte of Its thousandi of constant wearers.
as .O'0 wE od.s.w* d, Sb eglasM
n, 6 .M ed et oc whha aho stnddesa
th Eg.so e a sh~I te peeauaase
L d raira an farm re, etc.
All mads lonreme ltn and Lace.
n t been IInoet favorably received sincbi~b4
I a,yigeee ~APemet meesha
W. L DO UGLAS, DaeeSen, Mass.
FOR SALR JIY
of W. T. McFALL,
ini PIC'KENS C. H., 8. 0.
ver Mortgagee's SaIe.
Px- By virtue of the authority vested
P1 in mue b)y a mortgage executed by K.
A. Whiitner, on the 26th day of Do.
--comber, 1888, I will soil to the highest
bidder at Pickens, C. Hf., on
Saleday in December next,
(during the legal hours for sale, aU
that lot of land c.otaining obe.half
10, acre whoreon said WVhitner lyra
tnt with buildings thereoot, *4~
Ni described in sad miorggh
in. Book I, page 198.
F. M. MORIUS,