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--The gardening season is at hand.
- Miss Lidie Folger of Easley Visited
Miss Newbery last week. ,
-Mr. John F. Stewart, slaughtered
fifteu fine porkers last week.
There has been fewei lions foreclosed
tlis season than for a long time.
-- Will E..Griffin and wife will
move t' Easley their future home this
-Mr. A. yohn Boggs, of Central, has
been appointed a Notary Public by Gov.
-Get your valentines ready. Day af
ter tomorrow (Saturday) is th6 day to
- -Miss Lizzie Boggs, of Liberty is *is
iting her sister Mrs. D.J. Greer of Bir.
-The country roads are as bad as
they can ever be made by copiois rains
ind guano teams.
-The Council fire having the public
wells dug deeper. The water has been
low for some time.
- -Court will open here Monday 2nd
Marcb. Judge Wallace will preside.
The docket is light.
. -L. 0. Newton and Charlie Rice are
Sheriff lichey's only recruits from the
United Statos court.
-"Jay's" very interesting communi
'cation from Liberty, is unavoidably
crowed out this week.
. -Miss Minnie, daughter of Mr. J. J.
Wakelin, of Liberty is very ill with in
--Mr. and Mrs. Wingo. of Moore's,
B. C., visited Mrs. Wingo's brother, MrJ
R. A. Hester, lmt week.
-Mrs. 0. Ramsey Doyle has joined
her husband in Easley where they will
make their future home.
-Prof. Dargan was confined to his
room by the grippe last Monday. There
was no school on that day.
-The illness of Mrs. J. T. Price caus
-ed the Liberty high sohool to be sum
pended last week. She is some better.
-Eight days more it, which to make
your return to the Auditor. After the
20th inst., a penalty of 00 per cent. will
-The United States court will close
this week. It appears as if Sheriff Rich
cy's quota of boarders will be light from
-Jury Commissioner Brown and the
ether officers, will draw the names of
of the grand and petit jurors today
-Mr. W. C. Bramlett has moved to
his place he recently piurchased in town.
Mr. Bramlett i- a pushing citizen and
we bid him welcome.
-Clerk Durant says that the delin
quAnt tax list will be small this year.
Last year Pickens county only returned
16 cents nulla bona tax.
-Prof. Price has eighty-two names
of pupils on the roll of the Liberty
school. John is capable of handling a
whole brigade of young ideas.
-The new court house bonds to be
issued will non-tamxable, and bear six per
cent. interest. They will find a ready
miarket ait par and perhapi ablovoi.
---Thme Treasurer and School Commiis
sioner putl their replorts before the peo
pie this week. They show how the
innds in their hands have been disposed
-Cotton has begnm to move again and
the dull times of thme past month has
been broken. Everything will begin to
move now the sun is out and spring at
-Miss Maggie Neely of Brevard N.
C.. who assisted Prof. Sterling in the
Liberty High school about a year ago,
'now has a flourishing school at Marietta,
-Watch the adverti'ing columns of
the StCNTrINx1. and you will kniow where to
get your supplies at a bargain. If you
want a home, the SICNvINCt. will tell you
just where bargains in land aire to be had.
-The undersigned are thme appoint
ments made by thre colored1 South Caro
lina Conference: Rev. J. R. Rosemond,
Easley; S. Green, Seneca; M. Cherry,
Liberty; E. WV. Adams, WValhalla; 0. F.
-The mad dog epidemic seems to be
prevailing in thme eastern part of the
county of late. If this county would
do away with every dog and put a sheep
in its place, it would add to our wealth
several thousanid dollars.
-Mr. John Ferguson has had experts
to examine the granmite on Glassy Moun
taini with a view to op)ening upl a quarry.
It is claimed that we have some of the
best granite on tIhe continent,:if it proves
true it will be a great incentive to the
proposed now railroad.
-Married on February 3d, at the res
idlence of D)r. S. J. Hester, brother of
the bride, at Bleeca, Spartalnburg coun
ty, S. C., Mr. WV. P. Wingo to Miss Lu
la Hester, formerly of Pickens county,
R1ev. WV. L. Boggn omiiting. We wish
them a long and happy life.
-One share of National Bank stock,
par value $100, was sold at p)ublie out
cry last Monday for $405. This gives
some idea of the stanmding of the Ander
son National Batnk, wvhich we are told, is
rated the eight in the United States.
--Boar ini mind that the SENTIRxia Job
omee does better work, andl does it
quicker than any office in this section.
No work leaves our h:nds unless done
in first-class style. Our facilities for do
ing work are unsurpassed. Prices as
lowv as the lowest.
--Mrs. Lowor~y, mother of W.D.Low
cry, who is well known in ftasley, and
an aunt of Rev. 0. L. Duranit, died of
grippe at her h.ome in Summerville, S.
C., on the 31st uIt. She a as a consis
tent member of the Baptist church, and
dlied triumphantly in the christian faith.
-Capt. P. W. ESeylo has favored us
with a oply of the report of the Adjutant
and Inspector General. This report
shows that his company, the Pickens
Guards have receivedl $124 of the $14,
000 ap)propriaited for the assistance of
the military organizations of the State.
--Wednesday, the 4th inst., will be
long remembered in Pickens and Green
ville legal circles. The case of George
W. Cooper vs. Albert Kay et aln.. was to
be heard by referee Lewis, on thanmt day
It has passed the muster of twenty~ Jour
terms successfuilly, but on the 4itha
suddenly compromised b)y those in pos
pension of the Iandl agreeing to pa $600)
ppd each party to pay hue on c cos)t.
Trhe att< -nmeys of record are Mles.t <<'ihl
S& Cookt 'or Ph'.intil anud he:R. 3. .
H ollings wth, Donm lds. .n, . t1 K, at
finally J. .'. Carey in pIac ofR.A
. -Nikm Mary Ellen Miles. of Viigin
is visiting Mrs. J. Mc1. 1lr'uce.
-If you want to buy or sell land, c<
suit the Pickens Land Agency.
-Mr. L. C. Reid, of 4ates, has go
on a business trip to Charleston.
-Rice's Creek bridge on the Libei
road in in a dangerous condition.
-Col. J. E. Hagood, spent last Sund
with Mr. and Mrs. J. McD. Bruce.
-The Liberty and Central road is t
only good highway in the county at pr(
-k[iss Olive thornley leaves for A
derson today on a visit to her sister, Mt
Walter W. White.
-Capt. J. L. Thornley visited I
daughtet, Mrs. Walter W. White, of A
derson last Sunday.
--Miss Corrie Bruei left Tuesday f
Charleston, where she will spend so
time visiting friends.
-Maj. Boyd, iail carrier on the Ma
field route, (lid not go last Monday on a
count of th high water.
-Assistant District Attorney Ben. H
good, of Charleston, war among his Pie
ens friends last Sabbath.
-Mr. Walter Griffin, who has been i
Williamston for sonie time with Mr. IN
W. Griffir, has returned home.
-Call and get a sample copy of th
Practical Farmer, the paper given fr(
with the SENTINEL one year for $1.50.
-The grippe epidemic is much moi
fatal this year than last. There are sei
eral afflicted with it in the county yet.
-Mrs. Weston and not "Wesson" <
"Wilson," was the name of the lady wlh
died of the grippe in Central a few da)
-Miss Myra Lay, of Clinton, one <
the faculty of the Thornwell Orphang(
is on a visit to her mother and relatives r
-Until the 18th inst., only 15 per een
penalty will be attached to the delinquei
tax list. After that date e-,ecutions wi
-Be sure to read the new "ad" of tli
Mansion House Drug Store in another c
umn. Carpenter has the best of garde
seed. Give him a trial order.
-If not Providentially hindered, D
Manly will preach at Secona on the fift
Rabbath in March, at 11 a. n., and at th
Presbyterian Church at 7.30 p. m.
-Mr. T. ). Harris, of Greenville,
moving to the 11. B. Hendricks plac
which he purchased last suinmer. 11
will go into business here at an early da:
-Mrs. Constance Hutchins died at tL
home of her son, Mr. Charles Hutchin
near town, on the 5th inst., fron chron
heart trouble. She was about 50 years
-The hordlurns that visited Libert
last Saturday nigi.t. and tore up the stre
bridges and cut the f(rtilizer sacks, ai
warned that the vigilants are on the loo
out for them.
-The negro boy who has the hydroph
bia near Loopers, is still alive, but 11
(outors say be cannot recover. lie h
gnawed the rope apart with which he w
bound, on several occasons.
-Rev. W. K. Boggs has received a ci
from the First Presbyterian Church
Augusta, Gha., to da, m'ission work ini
t.erritory at a salary of $1.000. It is ni
knownt whether lie will accept or n:ot.
EDITOR SEW~rINEL: Prof. WV. P. H<
land, principal of the Ceintral His
School, is quite sick, though some ii
provement in his condition is reporth
A sad gloom resta upon our litt
town, eaiaioned by the untimely de(a
of Mrs. Albert WVeston, who diedl at h
home Jan., 30th~ 1891. Shie wus a imer
her of New Hopn Methodist chiur<
Shelby county, N. C., where her1
mains were catried for interment. Mi
Weston was an estimauble womni and I
a great many friends in Contrali.
Miss Robinson anR aged aunt of hh
WVestem'a died of p)nuemonia at the re
dence of Mrs. Carrie D)obbiigi on ti
2nd inst. Her body was also carriedl
Shelby county, N. C., for budcal. SI
was 63 y'ears o1(d.
Rev. Dr. Riley met his appointmi
at the Presbyterian church on the 1
inst., notwithstanding his recent attat
of Ia grippe, and preached a most exec
,Miss Maud Folger, of Easley, is visi
ing relatives and friends in Central.
Miss Minnie Lenhardt accompanied h,
sister, Mrs. J. R. WVilliams, on her r
turn from Easley, andl will p)robab1y r
main sometime with her.
Central February 9th ,91.
U). M4. court.
The following residents of this coun
v'hio were sent up to the court for viol,
jug the revenue lawr,, have had the
cases disp)osed of:
Lawrence 0. Newton sentenced to fo
months in jail at this place.
Miles Kelley, retailing; no bill.
J. M. Dalton, retailing, true bill;
Anderson Babb, retailing; true hi
Andrew Leslie, charged with obstruo
ing the U. ,. mail had his continued.
Green Miles, perjury; true bill. ]
is a brother of the negro that is in j
here charged with the murder of Ja
Elijah Chapman, charged with disti
ing, guilty and a sealed sentence left I
Thos. R. Alexander disposed of
Charlie Rice guilty of retailing, o
month in Pickens jail.
Court closed on Tuesday, makir.g L
shortest term on record.
Many of the papers of tihe State hn
done an injust.ice, unitentionnlly
course, to our brother' of the Pickc
SENTINEn, in copying the rep)ort of I
visit to Clemeor College, and the int
view with President Strode and1( credit i
it to the Columbia Register. rTe l<
ister first copied it without proper ere
and the rest followed sut. Let us
eareful and give "honor to whom hot
is duIe."-People's Advocate.
The asrsonag~ 'mmittee of the Me
odist Episcopal Church Nouth, Pio
ena Circu it, are regneste-d t(o meet
Piekona C. H., onW,. W '-.,s, the 11
daty of February, 1891 , ei I1 o'clock
in. The following are Ihe coimmitt
W. T. Mear.s, chairman, M. \V. Newt<
IA. E. Keiley, Rb. A. Bowein, Jan.
Margani, B. I). Manidini, Ephiriam (
strap, ,James Barrett.jind Bar nett Smi
en c is heruhlv J/iven fhi;t the ('>i
Marc nex, at 10o'che* . ji.
Mi.ynhiJ,13 CLWLE, Co. Auditor
ROMICIDE IN GREENVILLE.
Lajor Wililim A. Williams Shot Dead
asby .Jame* H. William*.
The news of the violent death of Maj
in- or William A. Williams which occurred
in Greenville last Saturday morning at a
l quartek past 12 o'clock was a shock to
the entire city and to thousands of peo
ple in every part of the State.
ty The only eye-witness of his death ex
cept the man who killed him is William
Iy Mott, a well kpown colored man. Mott
states that Major Williams and James B.
Williams were playing cards in a private
ie oom on the second story of th build
i.ng at the corner of Court Square and
Main streets, next to the Grenville News
n- oilec, Mott being in the room. Some
s. dispute arose and Major Williams quiet.
ly alose from the table, drew his knife
Is from his pocket, opened it and held it
n. as if awaiting an attack.
J. B. Williams, according to 31ott's
stateniciit, said "I aun naried."
:r Major Williams closed his knife, threw
Ie it on the table before him and said he
would try him "on his muscle." Both
y- were large, strong athletic men.
- J. B. Williams picked up the knife
and apparently put. it in his own pocket.
About that time Major Williams pulled
. off his coat and laid it on a table with hiu
The nien were then five feet apart. J.
" 13. Williams suddenly drew a revolver
' from his right hand pantaloons pocket
raised i quickly and fired. Major Wil
e liams threw one of his hands to his
c breast an( maid "I am killed." Just
then Mott riai out to call help. le says
as he ran down the steps he thought lie
heard another shot. As lie reached the
Mansion House, directly opposite across
the street, lie looked back and saw Wil
ir liams come down the steps to the pave
0 ment and walk down Main street toward
'5 the river, quickening his pac1 as lie
passed the court house.
f Mott called Police Officer Die-son,
who promiptly summoned assistance.
It Chief of Police Kennedy and Officer
Howerton went up stairs to the scene
of the murder and found Major Williams
alone, on his face, dead, shot straight
11 through the heart.
There were bruises and cuts on his
face; one inark on his chin being appar
ently a glancing bullet wound, although
it may have been caused by falling.
The coroner's inquest was short, and
the facts as above stated were proven.
r. The verdict: The jury were absent
h but a few minutes when they returned a
e verdict that W. A. Williams came to his
death from a pistol shot nound and that
s the pistol was feloniously fired by the
e "said J. B. Williams."
c The man who fired the fatal shot left
r. at once, by the aid of a friend of his,
F. Marion Simmons, Who took the fugi
tive in his buggy and drove him to Ma
rietta or thereabouts and left him.
o Since that time lie has not been heard
from. When Siiions returned to the
city, he was immediately arrested, on a
Y warrant charging him with being ne4cs
sory after the fact. le was sent to jail.
e The relatives of lajor Willims have au
thorized the police authorities to offer a
reward of !600 for the apprehension and
- delivery of Ja-. 11. '%N illiamls to Chief
ie of Police Kennedy. No doubt this will
is be largely imeretsed by Gov. Tillman
AS and Mayor Rowley of (icenville.
'lhe whereabouts of J. B. Williams is
jI yet unknowui. le is siipposed to be in
[f hiding in the moiintains of North Caro
t.s lina. iIome (list :.1nc fr.omi Henderso nville.
at Deputy She'riff Gilreath id Oillecer Li
goui retiuned Satnirday night from their
s':aiebi for him. TIh:'y wen to the house
of his father, August us Williams, near
I- Pumpki:ntowii, Piekenis county, but Wil
hiliams had not been there, andl the olli
a- cers conveyed thle first news of the trag
~d edy to the father, who is a well-to dhoand
hsighly respectled farmer of Pi*koneimnaii i
le ty. Th'le news was a severe shock to him.
hb ThIe murdeirer wen'at in a dhill'erent diree
'r tion fromn Pick.nss county l, atal it is sup
I- posed crossedl the miountains before he
e- Their MaIi oen w.ronig.
'Mr Enmvo: Wet <0 !iot like U<. comn
pIlin but as the Sirinn haos foiled to
reach this office on t inm recently, we
woild like very man'eh to know v:bat is
the cause, who ; to blame. WVon't you
lehase figure it out for no alnd send the i.e.
Mayfield, S. C., Feb. 3d, '91.
i'We can inform H. that the reason his
~t paper failed to get to the office, was that
1the package went the rounds of the
Imail route in the pouch, but was iiot
-taken out aind cameo back to the oflico
here. Post masters should be sure to
rshake all thme mail out of the ph)iel.
Everyone who fails to get their paper
will lease notify us.
The Eanley iLank.
The organization of t his einterpirise is
complete, and1( the following ofieers have
been elected: WV. M. Hiagood, presi
y~ W. Ches. Smith, cashier. T1he directors
Sare: W. M. IIlagood, R. F". L enhlardt,
ir R. F. Smith, A. W. F'olger, 0. R.
D)oyle, C. L. I lollingsworthI, Julius E.
ir Boggs, A. I'. .\e.\ahani, WV. .1. (Glenn.
Th'le capit.l 'ek is $25,000, with per-i
mlissionii to n.o'rease it to to $50,00t0,
c-rwenity-four thio<sanidl dollars of the
stock has Ibeein siibsciied, and thle b ank
1- 'will be ready for b)usiness b)y thle latter
part of thopresenit nonth.
ke Case your 'ouighling ..nd(eeny re
freshming shmnber, whic(h D r. Bull's
I-Cough Syrup) will insure you.
or "'Are you going to the races?. "Ye.s
andi bet on the winmnig hiorse."' Not the
inhadsome Abdullah, lie is lame. 1Didns't
he'll win. They'reusing Salvationi Oil.
bie Are broken dowvn from overwork or houisehold
5cre Brown's Ironi BitterFs
rebi,llds the systenm, aids 'I igestionm. remnoves n-r
cess of bile. and(141 eres inahnmia. Giet Ste genauine.
Ga.,s writes: '"My wiafe wasl in hadl health
offor eight yeai s. Five doctors and as
mauny miore dhiffeiroint p'atent miedici nes
h ad done her 11o good(. Six bottles of
r- 13.B. 1. hias enirEd( her.''
g Horses, mules, COWS anid oxeni for sale.
g BR. i. (ar:ss,
lit uetrail, S. C.
or An Attrac tive
Comnbh",4 POCKET ALMANVAO
andl( MIGMORi?ANDU'M IMOOK
adveainng BROWN'S IRON BI'PFERS
the hobst Tonico, given away at D)rug andi
l- generat stores. Appiy at onco.
ait IIO LEAW'A Y'S
Anid Iath Rl Iooms.
hi- Ini re'ar of \:n,si'n ll'su"c.
b. Glil.1N\ iI1.JX, S C.
andt~ tfatels.lbi ' ,i ' a: d hair
.o dveing. It a . iaty
I fair-I t:ie' .. ' ' (druff and0
1Your ntronnjue is resncct fully solicitc<'.
+The ('od'r( 1ouse Aef.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Office of Secretary of State
I, J. E. TINDAL, Secretary of State,
do hereby certify that the following
is a true copy of An Act entitled An
Act to authorize and provide for tbe
erection of a new Court House for
the county of Pickens, on file in this
Given under my hand and the seal
of the State, this twelfth day of Jan
uary, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and ninety
011, and in the one hundred and fif
teeith year of the Independence of
the United States of America.
[L.s.] J. E. TINDAL,
Secretari of State.
AN ACT to authorize 'and provide
for the erection of a new Court House
for the comity of Pickens.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the
Senate and House of Representatives
of the State of South Carolina, now
niet atid sitting in Gen 2ral Assembly,
amd by the authority of the same.
That the County Commissioners of
the county of 1ickens or their suc
cessors be, an( the sameo are hereby,
authorized and required to cause to
be erected in the town of Piekens,
the County seat of the county of Pick
ens, upon the site of the old Court
1louse, a new Court House, in which
when completed the courts of said
county shall be held as provided by
Sec. 2. That for the purpose of
raising funds for the erection of said
court house, the county commission
ers of said county or their successors
in office, be and they are hereby au
thorized and empowered to issue and
sell coupon bends of said county of
Pickens in an amount suhicit with
thu funds herein after authorized to
be raised to meet the expense of
erecting said court house. Provided,
that such issue of bonds shall not ex
ceed the sum of ten thousand dollars,
said bonds to be known as court house
bonds, to bear interest at a rate not
exceediing six per cent. per annum,
said interest to bo payable annully
on the first day of every January,
succeeding the issuance thereof until
the same shall fall due, the principld
of said bonds to be payable not more
than twenty years from the date there
of; said bonds shall be non-taxable
for all purposes whatsoever and the
coupons thereof shall be receivable
fur all county taxes.
Sec. 3. That said bonds or the
proceeds of the sale thereof shall be
1SCd by said CoILN c omm1 III I oIInCrs1
exclusively in erecting said court
Sec. 4. Thet for the purpose of
paying the interest on the bonds here
in autherized to be issued, the county
ConMlilissioners of said county, and
their successors shall each year levy a
suficient tax upon aill taxuble proper
ty of said county to be known as the
court house tax, and1( be collected and
dtisbursed according to tIle laiws now
of force, or' as hierc'after amendedIC( pro
vidinig for the paymenvit of interest oni
rilrioad bonds11 of said counitv.
Sec. 5. That said county commnis
siulners, or their successors, be, and
theiy are hereby, further auithIorized,
in order to r'ais~e funds for the crec
tion of said couirt house to sell either
at. pubilic or' private sale and on such
termiis as5 may seemi to thiem pro,)P''
the lots men tioned in section 4 of an
act enititled1, "An Act to p)rovide for
tile elarsginig and repairing of the
court house of Pickenis comnty," ap-.
prv< Dec. 23d, 1889, belong-ing to
said couniity, makeil goodl, and suflicient
conJveyes thierefor'; that all the
priceeds5 of such sales he, am1( they
are he&rebyv appropriated towards the
co(st of said new court hious(; Provid
ed, Thlat said county corminissioners
mayi~ use any 0or all the materials of
tihe old cort house ill erectinig tile
new court house, or may sell or dis-'
pose of the said materials as to them
may semCC best, using the proceedus
iln erectinig tihe said new court house.
Sec. b. Thlit thre saidl (county, com
mlissionersi', or their successors be,
a1 nd they arFe hereiby given the right
if iln their judogemienit it isi best in
stead (of issuing Ibonds to buhildl said
couirt house, to levy' up~on all tile tax
able property of said county a tax or
several annmual Itax(s, such1 as shall be
suflicient, to pay on' inl one( or' miore
inistalblienlts, (not exceedinrg live) the
whle cost of the er'c'tio 101(f sid
shaill lbe adop I1ted, then and ill such
even t thle sani conunty coruisiS oners,
ori their su(ccSnors be, atul( t hey are
hereby', authlorized to horrow suthici
ent funds for tIre ere'tionu of same, to
be r'epaid by said tu 'Yso ri'Lse i.
Sec. 7. 'That thle said countsy corn
mission Plers of said couniity and their
sucicetssor's, lhe, and1( they are hereby
auIthoi('zed, iln thle namie of the said
county' of Pickenis to malike all such1
Icontracl(ts as are' necessary or1 prIoper'
to lbe made to exec'ute thre pIowaers
hiereinblefore givenr t hrem.
Sec. 8. Thait t Ihe said( county comfl
nllssiollers or tileir succe8s rs he ami(l
thmey are hereby au throi.d and emi
powered'( to r'ent suiitablle r'ooims, 01'
otlices iin thre sidt toIwn of Pickens in
which shall be kept the pulici records
oIf sail comunty duinig thre timie ini
whiiich said niew court house is being
built, and it shall be the dutriy of the
ofli('(rs occuinjvmg a r'(om or1 r'oomfs mi
the coun11t y connu1111issioners' to traniIsfer
rocordsli fr'om t heir r'espectiv(e odices
1t lie room11 01' p)lace designiatedi and1
prIovidedi by saidl county co'uiiionl
era. Priovided(, thait said county coim
nuionMiIIer maiy use0 the offices nrow oc
in g saidt Ot'lu(es and1 O( 1 recrd which are
niow hld andi kept in thle courtt house
and 8111 shl hae full powe andi t~ auth Ior
it y to r'equlire) tlw' thre e last named10
oIlieeris (111 toho l hir reCspiective 'lfi('es
in somIze thier ro'm orli(I'11 biling as
thmay sen best to) saidt coutyt com-l
Se'. 9. Tiha:t Ihbe ('Omnt' t'ommlils
sione3 rs of P'icke u s com1111y, or their
All the sign b
Atones say it is noM
ways. Every aooc
be larger, more co
Ity of goods that I
it are still
Some of these goo
be surprised to sec
ing. Pay us this
hereby authorized and empoweved to i
reut Bone suitable hall or building in
bo town of Pickens in said coun
ly in which the courts of General
Sessions and Common Pleas for said
,ounty may be held during the time
Lhat the new court hoase provided
for in this Act, is being constructed
Sec. 10. That this Act slall take
effect immediately upon its approval.
In the Senate House the twenty
iecond day of December in the year
f Our Lord One Thousand Eight
Hundred and Ninety.
EUoEN. B. G ARY,
President of the Senate.
JoaN L. MN. inny,
Speaker of the House of Represen
Approved the 23d day of bec., A.
D., 1890. B. R. TiLLMAN,
McFA L L'S
B UNCOMB E (C A BBt A '1J
FRESH LOT7 GIARDUJR
N*ow is the timfe to fix for a good
Springr Goo<.s of all kimds teill be
comning in from nlow on.
Don't fail to see my stock, which
includes almos~t everythling from a
shdoe peg to a bLow Law Cotton
All kinds of T&1rming himplements
and J'roris,ions to miako 'em "get
Jusit tackle Jerry nod'( lhuff,
lIuy till I,bey et-y ''hol enough t"
If ever they fail to imake thinsgs pan,
K(eep on buiying till you see the old manI.
W. T. McFA LL.
[he Place to 1
OD, BRUCE &
oards in the county point to this store, ai
trer bre than anywhere else, but it ain't
imodation will bo given our customers.
mplete, and the low standard of prices anc
itm marked our courso in tho past, will b<
buying cot t<n above the market where
A customers who have let their acounts ru:
our collector. Wo can't run our businesv
iuonth and savo further notico and worry.
THE RICHMOND & DANVILLE
ATLANTA ANI) CH ARLOTTE A]
Sch-e-dile inl effect Jan
SOUTI13OUND--Rend Down. Iiily.
'No. 87. *No. 11. *No. 91 STATIoN
11 40 pmn 1 0 pin 1 00 ngtAv.. ..Charlottf
........ 2 14 pmil 1 28 amt lv.. Bellemonl
........ 2 24 pim 1 113 ami'li.... ..... Lowell.
....... 2 86 pm 1 45 amIy ........Gastonin
........ 300 pm m ly.... Kiig's Mon
........ 3 17 pm 2 33 am In1y........ Grover.
........ 8 27 pm 2 55 ain.4v .......lack8bur
........ 8 45 pim 3 22 amlv........Ga1 nevi
........ 4 15 p;i J 26 am liv....... Cowpiel'
........ 4 18 pmj 3.41 aT Tl...........Clion.
I 50 am 4 33 pmll .1 07 am v...... Spartanb1hu
........ 502m 21amiNv........W-1foru
. . 18 pm 453 a1mnil...........
2 43 am 5 46 pm 5 24 ami. ... . .. Greenviil
........ 6 13 pm 6 00 am iv.........
8 30 am 7 05 pm 6 41 amiv.........emttal
. 734 pm.. I 2t m y... ..I n
.... ....n7 55*pm 5 6amiv..... WestItmin
4 40 am 8 36 pmt 7 26 am!Iv. ... . ... ..Tc;
..........o09 pm 8 00t am l.. ..Mounit A
..........9 14 pn 8 0.5 amI.l ... .....onei
..... '1 4pm 829) nm tv.........t-oton
5 29 am 9 45 pm 8 $2 um lv.....Lua
5 50 amt 10 10 pmt 8 57 ai l. .(. inesvi
..... ....10 29 pmn 9 15 am Iv. ...Flowerv Brj
..... ....10 412 pm~ 9 31 amttiv. .. . lhford
.......I10 55 pmt 9 45 amtI v. ... ....Suwvane
......1I 06 pmt 9 57 am 1v.... .....uith.
...... I1 1 pm 10 10 am liv........Nrross
-:--...11 27 pm 10 22 aily:.... ....Cmb
7 20 am 1; i 22 0 am!r I.. . . . . ..tlmnia
Addiiona trins os.17 ad 18--Lnla
lceae A ttlanta 5:30) p im., arriv. a Lula 8:12 p).
arrives Atltanta 8:50 in. mn.
Bletween) Lula and At thens -No. 11 dily e
Lula 9:50~t p. mn., andl 10:40) a. im., arrive Athtens
img, leave~ A4ther.s, Noi. 10 daily excepIt Stonlay,
a. ma., arrive Lulta 9.001 p ini. anad 7.20 a. mi.
Beit ween~t TIoera aiml Elbtatnit-No) 81 dail~
capt Munday, leave~a IToCCon 11.45 a. im and( 4.00
8.45 at. mn. lIe turn ing, Nos. 60 anud 6'2 dlail y e~xt
anda :.30 .1. mn., :arrive's Tiovea an 7. 10 p. mt. anda
No4. 11 atnd 12 (arry Pullmanou Sleepers beta
10 between Atlanita andn Ne York.
Nosa. :t 7r ad 3Rs-~~tI W hingUto and SouthMIlw,
lanata and Wash im':tn o n.I)t this trin ttr~tva far
For daid iniI formati oa as to locul andu th
Slepig-ear reservt~~at 101ns, confe r with oa at
JAM. L.. T1.\YLolt,g
W~:ahinagton, I). C.
Are Chock Full of Evt
The Best Lot (
Coffee ! did you say? H ere i
either green or b)rowned.
Sugtars of the best. All our
are bought to suit t.he far'mer.
Shoes, and( Everythir
I tlusehold andI Kitcheni Furni
you to buy.
$& A car load of the BES
Highest market price paid fo
and get MORE P0
THE LEFFEL WATER WHEEL& ENGl
Id all the mile
down hill both
Our stock will
I the high qual.
3 maintained in
parties owe us,
novCr, need not
RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
K LINE R'Y DIVISION.
Jury 4, 1890.
No. 10. *No. ft. *No. 88,
.......ar 440am 615pm 655pm
.. ....lv 4 19 am 5 48 pn.......
..... ..1v 410am 58 pm .......
.......lv 8 59 am 5 20 pm ........
t0.....Iv 887am 5(2pm ........
........lv 8 21 am 4 44 pm ........
g.......lv 8 11 am 4 83 pn ........
.. ..... 255am 415pm .......
B........Iv 233am 60 pm ........
........l V 229 am 8 45 pm ........
rg......v 215am 880pm 443 pm
.......4v 146am 807 pm ........
.....lv 16 am 250pm.......
le. lv 1 02 am 2 21 pm 8 50 pm
......... 1285em 155pm ........
........lv 1205 pm 1 26 pm 9 04 pm
.........1128 pur 12 86Jlpm........
ier...v 1100 pm 1215pm ........
........l 115pm 1185 am 100pm
iry...lv 0 45 pm 11 05 a .......
..... ....lvj #4 pmr11 0am ........
.........' 916pm 1085 am ........
...........913pm 1012 am 100pm
lie...lv 850 pmn 10 05 am 18 40 pm
Rne. ..81pm 9 45 am...
........v918 pm 981 am...
a.....l 806 pm 917 am...
........lv 755 pm 9 06am.......
I......7 44pm 8 55am ...
o...v 782pm 8483am ........
........lv 700pm 81Oam11 1 am
we(ommJ1odat iou, daily except Bunday,
xcept Munday, and No. * dall. leave
11:40 p. mu. and 12.30 p. m. Rterm
and 1'o. 12 daily, 7.10 p. sa. and S.89
( ex(cept Annda, and No 60 daily, *x
a. in., art lye Llberton I.36 p. in. and
-ept Nuniday, leave '4.,non L.4 p. in.
.001 a. m.
VeenU Washl ington and Atlanta. 9 and
't.*ru Yestibiuledi LImited, betwen At..
e is char.'ged on irst-class tickets only.
rough time tables, rates and Pulla
Diviuion Pass. Agent,
~rything you want.
ds a Specialty.
si the place toge i P
goo, fthe best, and
og in Foot Wear.
s! M toves Y
iture, at prices that will force
T FLOUR in the market.
r country prodluce,
& MO R RIS,
Pickens, S. C.
se LESS WATER
edi Catalogu, of 1891.
INE CO. SPRINGFIELD.O.. U.SA