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-Read Mack's Almanac on the
-We ave indebted to Col. J. E9. Ha
good fol lato Boston pap'ers.
-Mr. Henry Arial has a pet door that
mn out run the fleetest bound.
-Mrs. Mat Rampey, of Liberty town
ship, is quite ill with pneumonia.
-Lewis & Morris are now ready to
unload their spring stock of goods.
-Gardens will be late this season.
er few seed had been planted until this
-Mr. G. P. Boon, a prominent broker
i Gainesville, Ga., was in town last
-Miss Minnie Morgan, of Dacusvillo,
is visiting her sisters, Mesdames Griffin
-If anybody tried to April fool you,
'don't stay mad, but live in hope of see
ing him next April.
-Nineteen persons on Mr. L. D.
'Stephens place have had the grip. Mr.
4Stephens treated them successfully.
-Capt. C. L. Yates, of Greenville,
was in town last Monday. Ho represents
the North American Insurance Company.
-Mr. H. 0. Bowen has moved his
law office from the court house into the
Freeman building on the north side of
the street, above stairs.
-The now bridge over Rice's Creek
-on the Liberty road has been completed.
It is a substantial structure and does
credit to the contractor.
-Next Monday is saleday. Only two
tracts of land will be sold by the Cleri.
One tract of 25 acres and one of 12 acres,
all in Hurricane township.
-The colored "brethern and sistern"
for miles around came to town last Sun
day to attend the regular spring love
feast at Griffin Ebonezer.
-Messrs. Haynes and Vandergriff,
the weather prophets of Pickens and
Easley, agree that the farmers will have
six good work days this week.
-Mrs. R. G. Gaines, of Central, who
has been in poor health for a long time,
was last Sunday adjudged non compuis
mntis by the Probate Judge and sent
to the Asylum for treatment.
--Col. William Nimmons has quito re
oovered from his recent injuries. Not
withstanding his advanced ago, his ener
gy and vitality are such as to give prom
ise of'several years of u!,efuluess yet.
-Sheriff Richey has been hustling
the delinquent taxpayers for the past
week, and has several yet to call upon.
Re says all who have not paid iust have
their money ready tomorrow with out
-The county Board of Equalization
will meet in the Auditor's office next
Friday at 10 a. ln. The sore-back mule
and the gilt-edged bank stock will be
put on the tax list at their true money
-Miss Carrie Kelley's school, at the
Kelley school house, closed last. Friday
with appropriate exercises, and the chi!d
reu onjoyed a fine treat, but are sorry
that the school is closed, they are so fond
of Miss Cairie.
-The regular quarterly meeting of
the County Alliance will be held in the
scourt house next Friday at 10 o'clock a.
'" " o sub-Alliances should send
a business of imnportau!co is
HI. 0. Bowen and Josep)h
havo formed a co-partner
ship for the p)raictice of law. They are
rehiable young men, and all business en
trusted to them will receive prompt at
tention. See card.
---The reads are still in very- had con
A4ition, and it is very trying on the forti
-Lade of some of the most up
right men to go out in the morning with
his team and return at night with only
half a load of guano.
--Mr. Spart Childs, does not only
-raise enough pork to do him but has
-sonne to sell. He sold two porkers last
Baturday that put a nice sum in his pock
.et. Every one should take more inte~r
et in the pig. Meat is always in demand
.at a fair price.
--All the fruit prophets say that we
will have a full crop of all kinds of
fruit this year. It will bo a good timo
to start the oanning factory. If the
crop is a good one, enough fruit will go
to waste in the county to buy several
-There is nothing like a printing of
lece to advertise a man's business. Trhe
editor of the SENTINEL rec'oived two
swinging baskets for flowers. A gentle
sn.n stepped in and aisLla where the y
came from. He a ants four. Advertise
in the SENTINEL.
-Mrs. J. H. Hagood, wife of Mr.
John 1fl. Hagood, (died at the~ir home
near Wa&ttacoo, last Monday after a short
illness. -Sho was 48 years old and leaves
*a husband and six children to mourn her
death. The funeral was held at Limau
i3aptist Church on Tuesday.
-Dr. J. D). Cureton lhan returned
bomne after a three weeks' abhsenco in
Fairfield county. The D)octor says the
farmers are worsn behlindl in that part ot
%the State than they are here and arec very
muchi discouraged. TIhey have only
glop a;put Lom' dlays plowing this year.
-Piokens is ini the, fi'est localit y of
-cny of thle towns of the 'dn,liu-nt h,elt Ic
Mt.ract summer visitors and codil All
it nceeds is a ommodhious hotel aind comt(
judicionus advertising to bring the to)wn
before the public. WhG, will mako ii
mnove towardh securing seome of the mone)
.that is spent by these tourists annually.
--Mr. A. A. Alexander (D)oc) sevria
~Iays ago, lost a fine two year old col
from what ap pears to have boen a peeni
hia disease. It had beon comuplainuiing
only a few days. Its head became vera
much swollon till at last it suddenl3
dropped (down and exp)ir(Ad. Mr, Daunie
Winchester jost one under protty much
the samte emiroumstanoes,
-Dr. Chas, Manly, of Greenville
rached at Secona last Sabbath, to e
4oan approcoiative audimnce, H [is
sl'course was thmoroughly enjoyed as nvi
ilenced by the olose aittentioni it r'eoeivea
throughouit. Hie p)roached for an hour
but the interest was unabated, At th<
0onclusion of the seryice a colleotioi
amounting to $7.30 was taken up for thn
Orphanage which the 1Baptist State Con
vention has decided to establish. It wa
announced that aniy one who desired t*
con trib)ute hereafter, could hand t'
amount to Maji. J, M. Stowart who wil
forward the amne to the committee, i
the afternoon ho proached (1inI the Preshy
torian church at ijckens, aml all wha
heard 1im are anxions to horrow Ii
gmin. Ati *4 'Annea np . . .
-Mrs. Perry D. Dacus, of the Table
Mountait section, was quite ill last week.
-Mr. C. Eugene H1ollingsworth, who is
atteudini the P. M. I. at Anderson, came
up last I riday on a visit to his parents.
-Mr John L. Thornley, Jr., who isem
ployed at the R & D., depot at Anderson,
visted his father Capt. Thornley last Fri
P--A two year old child of Mr. Neal
Smith's, of Iorrough's 51i11, had a severe
attack of spinal menengeti% last week. its
recovery is doubtful.
-The Easter and Equinoctial storms
traveled together last Thursday and made
it one of the worst days of the late spell
of inclement weather.
-The name of the postofflce at Bache
lor's Retreat, Oconee county, as been
changed to Retreat. id moved one rmile
west to Mr. )avid 1). Verner's.
-The graduating exerciscs of the Balti
more College of Physicians and Surgeons,
will take place on the 14th inst. Mr. Rob
ert Kirksey of this place is one of the
class of 121 graduates.
-On Thursday, the 26th tlt., at the
residence of the brother of the bride, Mr.
Joel If. Miller, Mr. Alex. P Robinson was
married to Mrs. Lizzie Robins, Rev. W.
B. Singleton ofilciating.
-firs. Lizzie Sutherland. wife of Mr.
A mos Sutherland, of Pumi kini town town
ship, died on the afternoon of the 24th
tilt., after a brief illness, aged 21 years.
Mrs. Sutherland was a datughter of County
Commiissioner flendricks. 'lhegr'efstrick
en husband and parets have the heartfelt
sympathy of t he whole community in thi,
their sad afflietion. The funeral 'was held
at Oolenoy Church on Friday.
--Mrs. Martha Criflin, wife of Mr.
Thomas Uriflin, died at her borme near
Field Postollice, last Friday afternoon,
aged 65 years. She( had been in failing
health for a long tine a d general dibility
was the cause of her death. She leaves
her husband and two children, Mr. W. T.
Griflin and Mrs. E. B. Richaidson, of Lib
erty. Tie funeral wits held at Grif1In
Church on Saturday. 'The sorrowing fan
ily have the syitpathy of the entire com
-The Keowee Courier of last week
says: "On last Friday afternoon (Iuite a1
paiifil ac cidenit htpP'ned to Miss 11ettie
lHoleman. Site and Miss Mary Verner
were out horseback riding, and when on i
the hill this side of Cane creek. tie saddle
girtli broke, and 1trew ier toi the ground.
Site fell on her right legI breakinig it juist
above the knee. I)rs. Bramlett and 1)ar
by were sumnoned and tite pr.per surgi
cal attettion rendered. She is gettiiiir
along very well considering her severe in
- )r. Ensor, with )eutics Jennings,
Roark attd King. on WVedtes(lday night of
list week, nutd(e a raid in the dark corner
of Transylvania cmuity. N. C.. .iust over
the State line and cuptured and destroyed
nit old est:iblished ilic'it distillery. I)r.
Eisor saym it is was ahoit thirty-five ittiles
frnm Pickers and in tit(' darkc*st corner
of the wlhole lue Ridge range, id a cout
try where they will he nimking mtooshine
whlen Gaberiel blows the rotndiig up
horn. Iwcity -five valllo: s (if sitglings,
120) g tlous if '.,er and miash t(;gellier
% ifhi a seve.t ave gallon still were des
F1rom Table Nouiita nt
We are l)Ieased to note that the SENrI
NRTJ, Our old reliab!e county paper still
comes in with the number of patolns on.
Mrs. Perry 1). Daeu, has been quite
ill with peritoitisi. Mhnt is some better.
Dr. Crenshtaw at tended her.
Another' voter registered at Mr. Mar -
Mr. Marcus IKeith, whto htta been in
poior healthI for somec tinwt, is worse.
Unclo Yan Jonuea, the '"war ho,rse"'
and candoidate joker, gre os m.ore lively
asu tutno goes otn. Long life to Ilhim.
A patentt wire fence augent wasi it
Pumpkintotwn last wieek, have not leartn
ed whetther he caught tait sucker' (rt.'1(.
The Allianice storeI at Pumpkintown ittt s:
in full blast. Gleorge wtill always be
pleasedo to sete htis frientds and cu esto(mers.
Mr. J. 1H. Mtartin thas got his store un
der' full hieadway.
Mrs. Charle'y Sawyet', who has been
ili for some time isI imlproving.
The grippe has takeni at fresh hold on
our neightbo:oood and every onoe haa felt
the effectso. LooKEBN.
Tratutior a servann.
"Now, Lucy," Atnid thte young lady to
the little coloreCd mid, '"we have comupai
ny todaty anud you mutst ask the gentle
men what they will lave to drink, coffee,
tea or milk, andc if any of themu say
'milk,' you must ask themt what kind of
mdkta, no0w, (Ic youi heari' "Y~es'mI,"
said the ntew matlid. Thte young Ily I
went on to look after' ofter cares, and 1
the little servanlt, dairted into thte pariori
att once and1( proce'eded to initerview thte
gen)tlemen otn theO stubject (If whaut thtey
were to have fti drinik. All this was nt
entirely now~ pro'(ceedintg to tho Colonel.
he wentt at one tol th 1 d(ilting roomt to
sea itns daughter tand enquire if thleteI
were tany notvelties for him tco put ott.
Thnli yotung lady' was' amii.'.zed and lhad to
eat a cold dininer last Sabbath.
.Tue 1Easley TLowntshuip Miniging Associ
ation will conivetto at 31t. (Carmeol ont the
first Sablbath in A pri I, att 9 o'clock a. mi.
EaTch schtool int the township is ent itletd
to one (dlegtt for every twenty cnroll
md members. All superinitendets are
resp)ectfully invited to attend.
2t W. Hi. Nix, President.
.Tho County Board otf Equtalizationt
will meet ont Friday, April 2d. Every
member must he ptresent, as bus1intess of
impor'tanenc is to ho atttended to' which
will require a full mneetiung.
J. B. ('r,yJ, Auditor.
Afratod of a (Gho,,t.
SOme ttme aig, wa'Ien . .C. ft Al fonlt'
wais !ow mar t al oti(f (Cet ral1, lie coope
Scott's sentecI~'e was t.t. dolIars~ fite or It'en
dlays work on tihe ,tiee'ts. It. ao.epited
the hatter. At ntight, bi 'Vas 'on.tinedl int
th e.thiose int whIich th dea 11:1 vittiml (If'
a negro mob' h:iIl 1p< int a nig:t ;,the
If is ghost appletredI. Scot I t~'rttmb'ld, his
wootl tlristled( iand io hetrust his ht'mnl in a
neoxt. mornIting Scot t says: 'it 'ss 1 can't
statn' dat g'e's. Lt 'tmte p ar utp " lIt' pahl
event dI ibmt's and tied. Sct It hal'.s ntIi been'
itt the caihi Ose ally~ mo r'.
-The Sutb-Alljine secrtaries onct the
coti-y storetary htere last, Saltturday to
lu~y int their quar'ter'ly <htes and get the
Ipass word. Ott acootnt of thel buisy timte
(only ai few were ott hand. 'lThe otheors
wil[ reipor't by mail. Sece'ttary llori
rotughts say a thtt dIues atro boitng ptromitptly
*met and all oIf the Subi Alliances tare iii a
I to4rishing oondigjot,
-Rear' tinmind that.t tiaM RENTI'rpit ob
OIlco10( (do0 betftr Wo'i, i g doos it
(tek'er that many oiT.oi itti ldt(It
No workls IPlvtO <11ur hutitu uutloss iioe
: low a U Iulw?t.
The "Twice a-week" Edition of ti
St. Louim lRepublio is at once the be
and ti"I cheapest news journal in tt
w%orld. It is a big seven-columu pape
coitaimimR six to eight pages each issul
or 12 to 16 overy week, and is maile
every Tuesday and Friday. Its readej
get tihe news of the day almost as promp
ly and fully as the readers of Daily an
half a week ahead of any Weekly i
every State in the lUniou. Yet the pric
is only one dollar a year. Special Mii
souri, Illinois and Toan Fditions ai
printed, and a General Edisiou for oth<
tates contains nothing but details <
important events or interest everywhert
The Republie in the leading Democrati
paper of the country, aggressive, but s
the same time liberal, and the out
khoroughly national journal is tb ewhol
Dountry. Remember the price is onl
Dne dollar a year. Sample copies, als
ln illustrated premium eatalogue seu
tree on application. Address The Ht
public, St. Louis, Mo.
&Ppoitneaseu ickeas Cireit April
Porterm Chapel................11 a. =
Pickens....................... 8p. M
Pickens.......................11 a. m
Bothiehom.................. 8 p. M
Jap Hill......................11 a. m
Jutupground................ p. m
Dau ville....................11 a. In
Now Hope-Saturday before the see
nd Sunday, at 11 a. m.
ftandard time used which is thirt.
minutes faster than sun time.
A. W. WArxE,
Our Clubbing Offer
Erer deirous to please our Jarge
anily of readers, we have made ar
aigeieneits whereby we can furniisl
hem with an extra arnount of read
ng matter for the evenings whicl
tie now unoccupied. Agriculturf
ind stock raising under the preseni
lard tirne; will require more stud3
)f the methods of those who hav
ide these purbuit% snecessful.
Knowing the readers of the SENTIEI
woIld be pleased to receive as a pres
mt a first class farm and stock paper,
xe rmaide arrangements with the pub
ishier4 of thlie Breeder's Guide and
Practiefl Farmer, Hl1ntington, Indi.
ima, whereby we are enabled to give
ree to each of our mubscribors onc
var's sib.4cription to that excellent
a1 Rrmld stock paper.
We do rot ask you ore cent foi
is extra paper, we wish to make a
rese(t of it to all those subscriber.
Aho will apprfeciate it. That is to all
fhlo pay aill their arrearages and one
'eatr in adtvance for the SEWriEz,
We are not content with giving a)
reciative subscriers the best local
laller in Pickens county but we wani
L1) give them frue the best semi
m1),nthly stock aud farmi paper pub
lish(e in America.
The subscript i)ni price of the SEx
INEL, is $1 50 anud the Guide al(
flwmer is 50 cents pe year'. W
will give ycou both for $1.50.
The Gbuide and farinier is a semi
uuninthlly jonurnal devoted to the int
:sts of ifartm(ers and stock raisers ami
s reph-ite with pracmiticatl informnatiom
,o hi'ihly appriated'~" by all ojur far'm
r reatiEris- Itib, a ltSa at dlepartmenl
uivot 'd t o t he variiouIs organiza&tioni
i armenrs wThich ate cr'eat inig so mueh
uitere-st at this timei. This depart
nieut 'onitins about all the news re
.oriiing th fialirmuers mioements ran/
s fem-h-iss anid out.4poke'n upon th<
elfar ue. This departmnent alone is
-orth the amount we ask fur butt
You will want more reading mat
er this winter than usual, and yor
amnnot get sio much reading mnattem
or this small amount of money any
vbete . Tell your nleighbor)Is about il
md ask them to come in with youi andc
ect two papers for the price of 01ne
WVe will firm time to time have
aumple copies on handl that we woulk
we pleased to have youl examnine. Comn
nence('( now, talk it up and assiat mn
ui .uttinug theme ( xcellent journals in
o the hands of every man in Pickenr
ounjty. You may never aganin havi
mehl an1 opportunfity. Seize it now
mud get your next door neighbor t<
Soino( Ernportu-amut Ald vle.
The lIIon. .\l . L. D)onaldsomn, mania
.er ol the State Alliance bus4iness5 ex
shnnige, has retur'nedl frm Birmiing
ham, where he attended a meeting (I
thie exchango mnagerr oif ev(r:
-.outhern State. Most of the busi
ness tralnsaete-d by thme meeting nai
not given to the pr'ess. The lianli
ger-s rec'Onunen'ided the alliance rme'
mi (very~ soit hern Statte that t.h
acereage of c at ton be decreansed an
the ( aeenge of grains, he correspontu
intgly inerenclsed . Matrnger D)onmal
sioni thiniks thle suggestioan an impoi
taut one andim sayls that. if it"is cartrie
out itwill result. e raising the pri~o<
cot ton.-Damihl New.s.
Mi hies (ennue"rS. and( beneie the gei
Iie yet p sitivye inf lutence of I )r. Hlull
iiab Xvyrup overciomes so qicitkly' the di
oarders ofE hahyhuood.
Old Sanmls C'atarrhi Cure has stood the te:
And thtr.1.s1hled w"ith nervnulsnes resultir
iiiii c-are or ov-er,t.r's wi bo uideved b-yn.-k
hown's Iro;; Bitt'er. Genuim
utrainde mark and erowsed rad4linee On W rappae
P'ARA-t4I-1-CIDlE eures itch in .1
mniniute'. For' samla y
Luiwis & Mona,
Pickuens, 5. 0.
Also J1. 1). Hmith & Coa., Liberty, t
C., andi W. I1. Moore, Contral, 8. U.
Siv wife hamd been a sufferer for sorm
ime wlith p:ain ian the back;m Salvation O
w.a-i friel use an-'.:td I amtt gilad to say m
wife to-ayi sumfferts no a.
WV. I'. Co'uncii'l, Baltimioro. Mel.
In cobi- oif grea:t obhst iacy and bmackin
chrini. uc -aghm- use i)r. Uulhl'sm Cough Syru
,- m ''rrT nr.ooni
Wv. , a o.s, ".\an, liami1fgotion an'
-. , - s n i w de y anl tiiors i
f&nlVueue, E.a t4m noeumel. -
New CLOTING #or. x2
r New CLOTd1jN4* for B,
New Dry Goods., Olugh
of Plain, Checked and Str]
New Hato for AirL1 sorts
New Sho*s for YOU1NfA
New Flour, New Meat,:
New Fariaing Toole of i
-Braud New Gardem See
New 04addlex and UEarw,
In short this In as god
AILL theise things we am
can sell honaest goods.
Weivant your trade.
M cFA LL'S
But here is the ALLg nd sort of
it. Sweeteningn will be cheaper,'and
thn prospect ftor fruit is good. There
fore the cornerm of the mouths of lots
aof folk- will get around clomer to their
ears, their eyes will sparkle and their
apeiteslawi hisen in sohe
grwil lag ad owft.N wlit.
AoLarriv e thik nthe to
olan selcil hnome topriestoos
Pe Suar,all ograde. n
oal kid for A1opl whowan
t her Is o o e them s oro
thempoC. frfut sgo.Tee
fAs h onrs Uco tke geuths oflos
- i oks owil ed aond lserlato the'il
havletup a wllt ofrn nicosortterfyos
Fhis hAksluncs hans hand the
like. wOlen n hm ud
lnt ureas, $l5. rd00.n
alluits or 10Pees,$1.5(an
ACsonlins Und Maikeets ia
oaty tied nd'ayor lnit. el
hPeush lthe nc buttonl oodu
Front hoorluce,n and u hca
W T MeyurgodALeL.
'EA TZIER& SMITI
har 40 ENtVLLEs.
R. T ilimse, eeaed wllplas n.k
payt tmne, (ady or nig
Phmuegll athe tted o
mhil asw ed oounnir.
aIns, Worsted., Muslins, Call
Iped Lawns ever shown here.
I of heads.
FOLKS and for OLD FOL
Kew Orletanx fyrup, New Sug
.id and Irish Potatoes.
as a new Store. Nothing s
"e offering to our customers a
THE RICHMOND & DANVII
ATLANTA ANY) CRIARLOTT:
Rchdule in effec
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arrives Atlanta 8:50 a. rn.
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verdy, ttrle Toco 11.4 a.T m and
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Nos. 1 an 12 ay .Polluan Niopere
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a let aih'd. inorm aio a s to ocalr it
Gen'l Psenge Agnt,M'ikP
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SOMETl He ING lS''p
A xcl Farmt par
For e si a L imt
THEISFL And wil eofered
ees, and the prettiest line
,ar, New (ogee.
tays here long emeugk to
ka cheap as any honest man
CE & co,
Piekenoo, S. C.
.LE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
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11y. WORTH DOUR D-head Up.
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"ot.......vi 4 4D am 5 4IR pm ........
ell... . ..1v 4 32 am 5 34pm i........
u3 a .......lv 4 18 am 5'26 pm ........
[oMta10 .. .1 8 .53 am 5 C pm .......
ver. .... ...v 9 32 am 4 44 pm .......
ntrg.......1v 3 aSUM 4 83pm ........
iey'&. ....v 800 am 415pm ........
el's ........IV 283am 3 50 pm ........
on.........V 329 am 8 45 pm ........
iburg ......lv 211 am 830pm 443pm
o ........l y 1 46 am 3 07 pmn ........
.r..........Iv 1 80 am 2 50pIM .......
mvile.....lv 1 04 an S 21 pm i 59pi
eys ........ V 12 80 am 1 55 pr ........ I
tral ........IN 120p 1 25pm 305pm -
cei........lv I 89p r 1286pm.......
inter......IV 10 07 pT IS pm.
-cIa........Iv 10 26 pn 11 85 aml.
Airy ......I 9 56 pm 11 065 am.
elia........lv 9 2 pmn 11 00 am .... ..
101)......... v 126 pin 10 85 an ........
la. .........lv 9 23 pn 10 32 m 100 pi
vle. ... . 35 pn 1v 05 an 12 40 pw
Branch ....Iv 8 13 pmn 0 45 a ....... I
rrd......... I 13-pin 21am ........
ince........Iv 80Kpm 9 17 am ........
ath.......Iv 7 57pm 9 06 am ........
ross........v 7 4C pt 855 am .... ...
bl ...... v 7 .8 pm t 4. am ........
,t& ........IV 7 00 pm 10 aw 11 10 am
la acvonmlatitan, daily except Sunday,
p. m. RCturinlg, laave Lula 6:15 a. U,
ly exept Sunday, and No. 6 daily. leave
hen~Is 12:15 p. m. aand 12.50i p. m. Returna
lay, and Nv. 12 daily, 6.50 p. m. and 6.10
daily cepjt Suanday, and No 68 daily, ex
4.011 a. m., ann :ve kibaertona 8.35 p. mn. and
y except iunday, leave Elbertun 3.45 p). m.
md1 7.00( a. mn.
bet weenf' Was4hinlgton and Atlsata. S and
hwes tern Vsibnaled Limited, between At
a hae is ch:arged ioa d.rht-chias tickets onily.
I through timje tables, raLes and Pullmau
agents. (r adra.
L. L. McCLESKEy,
ey Subscriber I
st we hav~e made arrangemen is
Farmn anid HTo aschold Journal FRlEE te
,uponl the coandition named below.
d lime Only I
by nao other paper
-".vear ini rance from the dnte of payment
N I) Pi1tACIlCAL~ FAltbIlit free for oane
w year in adac from date of palymenat
>iI) l'Il A(1C CAL FA1 Ithil free for onec
a part of the year ini advance uand who will
adac.we will give thec JlIEEL)Elt'8
rue for one year.
iide and Farmer!
Slock and [Farm Paper), IP"ned twice each
oif practi ia.l fandl valuable informatioen for
er It is a fearles expone t i.of the vari
ilns. 0(han hoald be: in t he household of
arib:e noew. Oct your frienids to come in
pear puabl ished in Pickena county, and an
1e In At OTnce.
for the Price of One!i
use LESS WATER'
trated Catalogue of 11891.
IBIHE00. SPINEFIELD.O.. U.A.4
Rfehmanod a DaMAvl114
Greenville and Columbia DIvu1o0fi
Condensed Schedule March 8, 1891*
Trains run on 70th meridian tlme
Going North. Going South.
No. 18. INo. 14
7 00 am. ..Lv Charleston Ar... 9 4 pM
11 00 .....Columbia....... 5 0
12 18pm ........ Alston ........ 4$6
S 0 . Union........ .948
8 1 Ar... .8partanburg.... 1 40 AM
5 46 .Tryon .......1 $1
6 27 .......aluda........11 48
6 44 .......Flat Rock......11 18
7 07 .i.. . Hendersonville. ...11 06
8 00 .......Asheville.......10 19
9 4,P .....0Hot Springs...., 6 32
12 Si ......Powaria........4 0S IM
12 355 .......Prosperity...... 8 84
I 1 Lv.....Newberry.,... 6 1
2 0 .. ....NinetyS..... 16
8 13 .....Greepwood..... 19 86
S85 ........Hodges........11 44
4 15 Ar... .Abbeville.. Lv. .11 95 &m
4 80 Ly......Bolton........10 55
4 5 ....Williamate...10 85
f 9 ...,....Pelzer........10 37
S 17 ...... Piedmont......10 it
6 00 Ar....Greenville ...Lv 9 30
5 SO ......Anderson.......1019
6 I . Peudletoa...... 937
7 $5 1r...... Senec ....... 90
8 06 ..'.... Walballa....... I0
1 00 .......Atlanta.......
No. I -N.1 ,
S pm. Couba...... 9 00
6 5 .......Alston.... ..6 1
7 IS .......Pon.aria......7 5
7 88 ......Prosperity..... 7 t3
7 47 ......Newberry..,.. 7 16
8 46 .......Goldville.......
9 00 .. Clinton.......
9 43 Ar......Laurens.......
Ninety slix...6. 12
, Greenwood ..... 4 Be
6 5. p.......Hodges.......8p
6 15 .......Abbeville. 4 40
Ar. Helton. . .. Lv 4 25
......Williamston .... 4 01
........Peler... . 5s g
.......Piedmont...... 6 97
...... Greenville...... S Of
No. 9. No.16.
.........Cohba..10 80 am
.......Alston ....... 9 48
......ProSperity..,... 9 Og
.....Goldville ...... 7 5S
........Clinton....... 7 as
........Laurens....... 7 00
1 1S .. .. ... Beltorn. ...
1 85 ....Anderso, .. 45 pm
No. 17 NO. 19.
6 90 am...... Columbia......
7 0 . .........Altton........
7 22 .... Pmaria.......
7 45 ....Proe.qperity.....,
6 08 am...Lv Newherry Ar.
0 18 .Ninetyfiix......
9 40 ......Greenwood......
0 40 .......Abbeville.
1 00 ......Ar. 11-1ton......
. Lv. Belton...... 4 If
1 22 .... .Williamston..
2 Q p..Greenviile.....
..Ar. .Anderson..L,.. B 45pm
No. 41 No.40
12 1p....Lv Hodges Ar.. 40 p
1 95 ... .Ar AbbevillesLy.... 1 50
No. 46. No.~42~
8 10 am.(.Nwherry... 8 85 pm
106......Gnl.lvill....... 1 58
10 42..........lintn..... 1 34
11 40 ... .aru......LiFS .12 30
Nos. 9, 10. 18, 14, 1.5, 18, 17 18, 40, 41.
daily except Sundsy. Main line traas
la and 14. daily between Columbia and.
Hot Hpringa; daily except Sunday be.
tweeni Aiston and Ireenvil1e.
Pullman Parlor service bet veen Colm-.
hia and Hot tiprings, N. C., witheut
change of cars.
SOL J!AAA I, Traffic Manager.
JA8. L. TAY LOR, Gea'L. Pass. Ag's,
:). C A RDW ELL. D.P. A.. Columnbia U. 0,
Be you Want to Sell, e'
do you Want to Ruy?
(eume and See Me.
I will buy mand pay Onehg
or I will sell.. Credit.
Will Buy er Sell Lerge
or nall Tracts, Improved
C. L. II4tLLINGSWORITE6
Pickens, S. 0.
J. J. LEWIS. JULIUS E. Boggg,
Land .. Agency!
If you want to buy or sell land, read
The Pickens Land Agency now has for
sale the following dlesirable lands.
200 acres one and half mile north of
Pickens, 25 acres in cultivation balance
iii original forest-the finest oak and pine
160 acres near Central with 75 acres in
a high state of cultivation. Good dwell
ing& and necessary out buildings.
TwenIty-orne acres of land in the town
of Easley for sale. A good tenant house
Onl it. 3$500 cnsh.
209 acres on Ilig Crow Creek; 75 acree
in cultivation; 25 acres best bottom lands
18 acres of it without a ditch; the bottom
land not subject to overflow; half n ile o
nmill and gin, one mile of school au
chureb. Price, $J,000; terms easy.
175 acres near Pmnpnjkintown in original
forest; 100 acres lies well and timber flne,
One-half acre in Pickens, fronting on
Main street opposite the court house,
175 acres eight miles north of Pickene
on graded road to Eastatoe; good frame
residence, good harni anid all necessary out
buildings, good well of water; 50 acret ia
cutlt ivation, balance in origi nat forest
$900; one-third cash, balance on long thne
Also 400 acres ad.joining the above tract,
10 acres bottom un iprovedi; 8.50 acres of
tra:t in original timbe(r. Price. $4.'io.
For&n p(flicinlars writg to Pickensg
lAird A~u~,Pttens, 13. L.