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PIOKENS SENTIlC L
-The brops irn bejinin to need rah
-Mis I-ah Clehper, of Charleston, I
Ut the Ambler for the riimmer.
-liss Mario l.uffman,.of Seneca, l
Visiting her uncle, Mr. Jas. P. Carey.
Mr. J. D. Moore, of Prater, report
bilks in his cron field on the 21st Inst.
-Miss Georgia Brown, of Anderson, i
'visiting her cousin, Miss Olive Thornley.
-Mr. C. M. Martin, the popular liv(rv
ban of Central lost a fine horso last week
-Mr. E'J. Prince, McFall's popular hea<
T., blerk. has been quite ill since last Friday
-Mr. Lawton Dargan, of DarlIngton, Ii
H El i0siting his brother, Master George Dar
-Mr. John L. Thornly, jr., of Anderson,
'vsited his parents last Saturday and Sab.
V -Miss Anita Ambler, who has been in
teala, Florida, for the past winter, has re
-Misses Lucie and Marie Folger, of
Vtasley, of Easly, are siting their aunt,
-Mrs. 8. P. Bruce.
t -Mrs. James M. Nimmons, of Pied.
c- Inont, is visiting friends and relatives in
see --ie wheat crop has been harvested
to and it is reported better than an average,
h though the acreage is small.
tll -Commissioner Bright is doing all in his
the' Power to organize the teachers and make
s1 the proposed Institute a success.
tI, -Mrs. L. L. Hyde and niece of Cli
i 'tnnati, are visiting Mirs. IH-dc,s brothet
Mr. E. B. Richardson of Liberty.
M31r. J. II. Moran and wife and som
'of Greenville,are vi-iting Mr. Morgan's sis.
ters, Mesdames Gritlin and Bowenl.
- Mrs. Alice Riley. widow of the laItc
Rev. Samuel It. Riley, visited the family
of Dr. Riley, in Easley, the past week.
-Mrs. A. F. McCord who has been vis.
iting her daughter, Hrs. J. 11. Brown of
Liberty has returned to her home in Atlan
-We learn from the Easley Democrat
that Mr. Luke I. irial has been unwell fov
some time. We hope that his indisposition
is not serious.
-Mr. Tom T. Hughes, who fell while a
work on his father's residence at Looper
'and was seriously hurt, is improving rapid
V -Mr. Tom Jo Mauldin graduates fron
the Citidel on July Ist with the lionors o
his clas". lie is one cf the colIetice
Mr. D. J. (reer and family, who hav<
*been in Birmingham, Ala., have returneil
to) Liberty where they will reslde
for the future.
-"Pansy", informs us that the umoi
apicnic at Old Pickens on July 4th has been
postponed until Auenst on account of sick.
ness in th.'t community.
-Edgar Bell, the oldest child and only
son of Mr. and MIrs. J L. Bell, of Brevira,
N. C., (lied at his home in that town on th
L7th instant, aged 19 years.
-Miss Li-lie I3agood, of Easley, return
,ed from Charleston last Satuielay. She ha.
been attending college in the Metropoli
tthe past winter, spring and summer.
-Mr. John 0 Wyait will muove li
"brick makina machinerv here next MNon,
day, and will start in with a full force 01
'hands to make the brick for tihe new couri
* : -Mrs. Sam R1. Ke-ith, nee Miss May
.'Johnson, died at the home of her hiusban<c
inear WValhalla, last Friday, after a mionth'a
illness from rheumatism. She had only
been married a few months.
--M. Henry G. McDaniel was throwr
ifrom his mn'mh- at Gravceey's mill last Satur
, day and re- 'e:ved a serious cut on the head.
lHe was ini aie io he out on Monday. A
- 'y aller'' do)g bh he mule's leg.
-Jaimes Wright, alias Galloway, a negrc
'boy hailing from Greenville, was arresed
.in Central last Tuesday, for- stealing a pail
.of shoes from Mr. Overton Henry's store.
Heti waIs sent to jail for hrydy yJs
,tice Garvin. rtit ly )-,u
-Our doctors have been kept quite busy
of late by an unusual amount of illnest
4 among the juvenile p)opulation, superinduc.
ed by an over indulgence in the seductiven
plum and June apple.
-Messrs. W. D). McDonald and Richard
Bi-ars start their wheat separator to (lay
(Thursday). The first threshing will be
,done at Henry Lawrence's. All parties
wanting small grain threshed in good orderi
should notify themi.
--Messrs. Day and Kelley will move theii
saw mill to tihe Durant place, just north of
town by the 15th of July. They have made
arrangements with D)r. Cureton, who re
.eently purchased this prioerty, to saw ul
all the timber on the place.
--The assessment in Hurricane, Pickens,
Pumpksntow n and Eastatoc townships,
.amfounts to $442,370. Th'le most that those
itowinships could subscribe to a railroad
would be $22, 118. 50. liut that is autil.
.cient to secure a branch linc.
-Revenue Agent McCoy, of Greensbo.
r, N. C., madec trip across the mnountains
a from leiendsonville last week, and caused
-quito a little stir among the ofllciauls on th;
tidle. Just what. what was the cause ci
the excitement they would not divulge.
-Mr. II. G. McDaniel of Laurens county
1has been in the county tihe pa't week intro.
ducing among our farmers a new kind of
grass that will growv on amny kind of soil
and can lhe sown at any soeason of the y*ear.
lie has tried the grass and can vouch for it.
-The Pickens C. HI. sub-Allianeo mel
last Saturday and elected the following of.
ficers for the ensuing year. Preside-nt, W.
B. Siegleton; vice-Presidlent, HI. JT. Lewis;
i3iare~ y, J. TI. Youngblooid; Treasurer, 0.
P. FiJ.ld; Lecturer, Tyre L. Looper; Stew.
turd, O. I'. lutchmins.
i--Mrs. Mary GJambrell, wife of Mr. JT,
P. Gaimbrell, died at her home near Bruno
Anderson county, Satuirday, 13th inst.I
aged about 42 years. Mirs. (Gambrell wam
a member of tihe Baptist Church twenty.
eight years, andi was always a faithfui
worker in the )iaster's vineyard.---ntlli
-If there are any descendents of how,
land Taylor, late of Spartainburg county
residmng in this county, it is important thaI
- hey should commnuniente with the Charles.
Ij~ ~ tort World and get informration that will ht
to their interest. A fortune h4s been lefl
Jiowland Taylor, or his heirs by a rich Cal
-Mr. Alexander 8. Briggs, a former eit
hzen of this county, died at his home in
Greenville on the hCth instant. Air. Briggs
was well and favorably known in this coun
ty and was at one time a popular candidati
for, Clerk of Court. H-e has many friend
ia relatives who will learn of his d eat
-Maj. Stewart says he has not yet ro
coA'ed the cheeks for theo payment af pen
sinps as was stated. The fault, lios at Co
lumbia as those in charge thoro gavo oul
the report tht the money would be palid at
the l5th Instant, and 11) lo EasNagt, oul~
gave the news as It was gIven sont1 by thi~
. Comtroller Generai.
The Teacher' Association mit lb th
Sbhool Commissioner's office, June 20th, e
11 a. m. Only five of khe uld tneinbei
we. present. New menters *ere enrolle
as follows: Misses Nanue Kirksey. Mar
Kirkmey, Lou Anna Norris, Myrtle Bo
roughs, Blanche Hudgens, Cora lichey an
Mr, it. T. Hallun. It was buggested th
sote means be adopted to get the teachet
to attend the meetings regularly. The r(
a suit of this suggestion was the appointmen
of a committee consisting of Alisses Naul
nie Kirksey, Flora Richey and Prof. Ster
ling to draft by-laws for the regula
tion of the said body, said by
i laws to be presented at the next meeting
Resolved, also: That the Executive Coi
mnittee apI)oiint a suitable person to conduc
devotional exercises it the opening of ca.l
meeting. The first subject on the progran
I was: "The best methods of teachin
reading to beginners." To be discusse<
by Prof. Holland and Miss Lida Bowen
As both were absent, at the earnest solici
tation of the Association, Prof. Bright
in a very instructive and forcibh
manner, presented his methods, which wert
unanimously pronounced good. " Methodi
of teaching the ground-work of Arithme
tic," was subject No. 2. Prof. Sterling
presented the Grube Method as the one ol
his choice and the only drawback to hif
well gotten up plan was, that there was noi
more of the teachers there to hear it. Ot
motion of Prof. Dargan the Associatioi
now took a recess of one hour.
The afternoon session was held in th(
Court House. Prof. Dargan gave a nosi
interesting lecture on llistory-its relativ(
importance to other branches of study, and.
the best methods of teaching it. ]I(
warmly advocated the Topic method ol
tiaching history. That is really the natur
al method of teaching this important study.
Another good method is that of cause am
effect. It should be presented to smal
children and beginners in tle form of stu
ries. The next subject on the program
writing, Nls postponed until the nex
mecting. A committee of five was ap
poin(ed to decide and make arrangement
about an Eduationatl Picnic ihe con
1nittee is as follows: Misses Nannie Kirk
By and Flora Richey, Profs. J. F. Dargal
W. \V. F. Bright and S. 0. Sterling, Prof
John 0. Davis was recommended to fill th<
vacancy on the Board of Examiners tha
will be caused by the resignation of Prof
Dargan. It. was stated that Easley am
Central bad each made offers to entertait
the Teachers' Instittute on very moderatt
terms. No further business being present
ed the Association adjourned. The pro
grain for the next meeting will be publish
ed latter. WY. W. F. Iliuirrr, Plres.
FLoRA L. HIictify, Seer'y.
Departed this life on Juine the 8th, 1891
R. K. Pace, in the 75th year of his aige.
The sibject of this notice joinledl th4
Green River Baptist Church. N. C., in 1h<
20th year of his age, and lived a ver-y con
sistant christian life. I is religion was no
like the tide that cebbed and flowed ever,
twenty-four hours, but was constant, likt
the cOnstaMnt flowing spring. Ie was nevei
in tle front ranks (if politics, but was at
ways reserved. As a cilizen and neighbor
he always filled his place witrhot comn.
plaint. As a church member lie alwayi
(lone his duty, am"t tilled his seat at churel
is long as he was able to get there.
The writer visited him ia few days befor(
his death, read the scriptures und praye
with him, and questionet him in legart t(
his futie prospect. Ile remarked thi
there came glooiming moments over hin
but he was ready. and his future prospect!
were bright. flis fruit proved the iree
To die was gain for him for his stilfering:
were all left behind. The writer WIas a
his huil hil aind it was Witliessed by a ver
lirge crowd of friends 11d brethren, whiel
proved lie lived in their hearts. lie left, I
nmmerous family who were Il gi-own, liv
ini dIithrient pomts oh the cotuty, to mourn
their loss. B. ii.
(Colonel Orr P'resident of Piedlmont.
T1he board1 of directois of thme Piedmn:n
cotton mills, at a meeting in this city las
night, unanimously elected Cot. J. IL. Or
of this city. p)resident of these mnills to fil
tIhe vacancy caused by tIme dleatIh o
Col. Hi. P. Hammnett. Th'le whole hoar<
was present and Col. Orrs' iname was thin
only one mentined.
Col. Ort's election will lbe fatisfatory it
the highest degree. it is nmem was mna
tionied fuor the piosit ion before the electioi
of Co l. RI. M. McC'aumchrin, of Newhe~rry
but he would not allow it to bie uised, as h<n
was ini dIoubt as to ex'pedienecy of ac'ett
ing it. The law~ practice of' the firm: o1
which lie is a menmber is the largest and mos
remunerative (if any firm in tIme utp-coumntr3
and if lie accepts lihe posit ion of presieni
of Piedmont which it is probable, tic wil.
sacrifice far more tthan the public hast n
idIea. Strong pressuie was brought to heat
on him, anid lie will no doubt yNetd to it.
That lie will be a fit stuccessor to Coloine
HmmmeLt, everybody conicedes, I Ie hma
the enviable catpacity of taking 1hold ol
anything and imaking it a stuccess, ail al.
thotugh lhe wilt take bold oif the mmills whmik
they are in good shape, Only ai man (if hii:
ability, jud(gimnt aind eneregy (can carr3
succesfully on ia work of .so great responisi
bliity anti magnituide.-Daiiy News 2dmtl
Mr. Verner, of Rlichland, Oconnee' cotun
ty, father of D). P. Ver-ner, of this city'
and of the lion. Sohni S. Verner', of C,o
lumitbia, hamd to have one (it his feet ainpu
tiated at t he inistetp Oin Fr"iday. Fromn mi
op)eration on a hiounin oin the foot, biloot
p)oisonming set in and it was fear' that if th<i
foot was not amputnated, the pioisoni wouhti
spread. Mr. Vernier tias many friends lion
who wilml regret thret such a hiss was neces
sary.-Greeniville News, 21st inst.
My'sterioums DIMua~ppeaance in Aiade
The polleec have been for three or foti
(days trying 6o uniravet the mysterious disM
iappearamce of a younig white' man biy tIn
name of ltobt. Crosbiy, one of the oplera
tives in the cotton mill, who has been miss
iiig for abiout fotir wee~ks. About fori
Sundays ago lie and four or five othiers
went to a piece of woods near the factor
to engage ini a ganmo of cardhs for stakes
When they biroke imp the others say lhe lin,
Igeredt behiind, sinice which tine nothIiing lao
been seen or hieard( of him and there ih
strong suspicion of foul phay ats One oft th<
party when carriedl hack to the spot fainted
and11( thleir stories do not altogether agr-et
and are somewhat implrobabmle, The potict
are determinedt to ferret the matter out
P ieopile's Ad(vocuite.
Tere will be an eletior. hld( itt Pickem
(C. II., oni Tuiesdaiy the 71ti dauy (if July
next, for the pumrpiose of electing a board
of trustees, to set ve for the next year, fou
the high school at Pickems. All the cOin
tributors toi thie schlt house are entitled ta
a vote, and they are requested toi (xercist
that right. J. M. S'mnwair, (Chairnman.
Jo ne n Receives Ills t4eniOtene.
Robiert Jonies, who mnurdered his fathetr
in.law, Preasley, and( two brotheirs-ii-lav
iii .Edgeflelid countly four years ago, ;n
who( has been tried for ll hile six tiimes
was convictedl of manslaughter in the coot
of Lexington county on Satumid:ay last, ii
which ho was arralgnedl on a change o
venuo. Jones was sentenced todmay lb
Judgo F"raser to iinprisonment at hard bi
bor ,in theo penite'ntiary for twenty..on.
cr.am'. Jones lias spent four years
~dgfield county paill In passing somntene
Jnm Igo Fraseri miade atllowance for thtos
four yeara.--Groenville News 19th Inst.
ru" in your job work.
.Learn by Experience.
D The advoeates 6f flat money and the su
t treasury have sad examples before them
s cheap money. One in the past, the oth
1 in the present. The Springfield Repub
y can thinks that after the experience of ti
- Confederacy the cheap money delusic
: should not have such a hold in the Sout
t ern States. In the South the free coina
9 of silver is looked upon as the cure-all ft
- financial ills; in the West It is advocated I
t men interested in mines and those depent
- ent thereon as a means of making minih
- more profitable. In the South's desire f<
- more noney the sub-treasury scheme i
the Stanford land mortgage scheme is looi
ed upon as a means of Increasing the cu
The Confederaoy had currency enoug
and to spare of just the kind the Ocal
platform calls for; it was issued by ti:
government in volume as needed, and wa
based on the faith and credit of the Cor
federate States, as much as sub-treasur
currency would be >ased upon the cred
and resources of the United States. Ther
never was a time during the war, after tL
government at Richmond had set its prin
lng presses going, when money was n
plenty and cheap, and the longer the ws
lasted the cheaper It became, until at laf
a barrel of flour would buy almost a wage
load of It. It took $5."06 of this money t
buy a barrel of flour, 4 300 to buy a pair c
shoes and *10o to buy a pair of hickor
trousers, yet a few dollars in gold woul
have been suflicient to purchase any c
these articles. Tiis gap between the pr(
tended value and the real value of cred
currency was measured by the pra(Aibilit
that these various leagi tenders would nes
er be worth their value in gold.
So It l in the Argentine Republic todal
The currency of that country is as wort
less as the currency of the Confederaca
Gold is at a Premninn. Any one in Bueni
Avres who owes a debt in a foreign coutitr
will have to pay $4 of his money for ever
one of the foreign country's.
ComIenting on this the Charlotte Chror
Mney there is cheap and despised, an
its purchasing power alhost gone. Con
merce is denoralized and life is lrt
Why? Because the peopme have relied a
flat money, or money issuel by the govert
ilent on crops. A harrel of flour worth 4
iin gold sells for 25 in Buenos AyrFc. TI
farmer who makes the flour does not gt
more value for it, helause comm1erec is ir
ternational and gold is the currtency of 11
world. His $25 is worth only $5.
So it would be with the Inited State
All the fiat money would glepelnd on tl
ability of the governnient to redeem it I
gold, and this ability would not last lonu
Foreign countris wolld not nccept ti
currency; they would denland gold; th
treasury would soon be unable to met tI
demands, and the country woullid go int
--Mr. Joah Mauldin has locate-] his sa
mill on Maj J. M. Stewarjti-s pilae! jil
south of town. Dr. J. 1). Cureton will it
so have a saw-mill and phlaner on his plai
mile and a half north of town. The locatio
of these lills are a sure indicationl of til
building activity that is soon to be inaugi
-Prof. W. B. Ju-tis, of O'neal, wl
was recently elected Principal of tho l'icl
ens ligh School, has Sent Its the anlnut
statelelt of the O'Ieal lIigh School wli
contais the prograin of0 study in th;
school under his management. Vis a
raigenient of studies and grading are e;
cellent. A full progralml of his school t
open here in Scptemtber will appear in th
SENTINEL. at on early (lay.
it-4In es .'No0t i Ve.w.
1i~iile M. Tanner, Boonville, Ind
writes: 1.1 hld blood poisonl from birt
KnRiots on myl tlibs were as large as het
Ieggs. D)octors said I would lie a cripple,jb
B. II. 11. has eured mle sound and wellI.
shll ever' prite( thle day the imn whol)
ventted Blood Bian were born."
Anl old physician, retired fromt pract i
having had p)lacedl in his hands by an E'n
Iniali miissionary the formiluI o)f a simnp
vege'table remtedy flor the speedy at pe
manent eutre of ('omnumption, Btronchiti
C'atarrh, Asthma, andI all throat andl Lur
Al'ect ions. also a polsi ive and ra<il icati'l cui
fot'.Nervous D ebility andh all Nervous Con
p)lints, after hav'mg tes$ted( its wonderfi
('urat ive powuers in tholusatOls of calses in
felt it, his chity' to imake IL known to) his su
feting fellows. A etuate by this maotiv'e ani
a deoSire to r'elieve* humanti suffeoriing, I wi
sen d free of chairge, to all who desirei
this mecipe, in Ge'rman, French 01' Englisi
.with full dlirtit ons for prepar1tingi atnd u
m ig. Sent by mail by addressing wit
stamp, naming this paper. W. A. Noye
82li Power's Block, Rochester, N. Y.
-.todduja to u oun pn.r p:mwo.ei pint 5tar-apu.n rn
0uptiu)( -'toj)0 Joid (OtC 'It dan31 )IantVa tty
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINj
County of Piekens.
In Pr'obte Cour'
Carolitne V. Rowland,
Whtitner Sytumse, et al, Defl'ndants.
By~ vir'tue of an exe'cutionl issued I
thel Probiate Couriit tando dlirected I
me, commnaniding meto) lev uponl 1.
lu'iperity of tihe defendantt to sat.isi
the judlgmtent in thle above sttt
c ase in favor oif the plaint.ifl' algainl:
the de'fendanit, I will sel 0on
Male day itn July,
next, duinig the legal hour's for' sal
the folloinig de'scribedO r'eal esate,1
-' wi: Al th at cei'tainl p)i'ce, pare
or tratct of land( comiin g t wo lo
con!tiing ini the taggr'egate seveOi
eight.hs (2) of anm aerle situafted( in I
county of Pickens and State of Sout
Car'olina, in tihe to)wn of Central c
the Air Line R. R., b)oundedO( wes(t I
landi of sid railr'oad or its assign
Inor t h by lot on Oce owneod by Edl.Cr'ook
east by lands of L. R. E'atqpl or hi
assignis, or grantlees, s)uth by R. I
street," Levied onl anid to be sold I
satisfy a judgment for (lower an
TE"I'\IS: Cash; pur11chaser' to p)n
for dheed. H-. A. RUIHEY,
Sherill' Pickensa County.
LOUI ITVILi, KYx.
Siubscriplt ion ratecs, odaily ando Sundmlir
$ 10.00 a year; dily Iw~uithout Suilday,' $5
yeair; Sundil:Ig, i$' ia year; weekly, *$1
l ia. the1 largest ' i'irulation of any Dem<
Sr'at ic Newtspaperi'i in the Un1 1~iited'o Staute0:
Iand pr'Iooses to dle(tl) or treble its a
reIadly lairvo' ircuilationd.'
I'BVI( Y (GlV'N(G AWA
EYlilY D)AY t.o somiceine a~ splendi
II igh Armit Sewin hg Macbine 0or a llam
tlome Goild Wa I'l, aboso lut ofy FlH El
naol. Satmple: copy fre'e. \Vrite f'or onl
AddreI'ss. WV. N. HlA il)EAN,
P'residlent, Courio-r-.louirial ('omptlany,
L ii,iv ille,. Ky.
Fresh Arrival of S
One Case of Remn
New Line of Barred 1
White and Black Lam
t Something New in Fil
Another Lot of Men's
Our large Spring tral
Large lot or Flour, tli
Pure Lard and other
Come and See Them.
WE WILL .INDLE
4 This Sumaanner'.
GIVe nS Your' Order an(
we will Keep Your Trad1
all the Tinie.
- Plenty of Lemons thiiq
Sn2 uar 18 pounds for a
W.7 K. LIND)SAY
11t fEN1_TAL, . C.,
I IDealur ini
di JVhntBcKin, (t. l f)danS
A nd samaein thceyh
highetnbidder befor te our t hous~
door in he two Pi cknso
I Haleay ' in J l191
c unty ick ns.Saeaoea
bonedb lands' of Aollen M ai
T. He. McMahand, R.Duan ther
cont gaings ty orad n-a
Termsn ofKig saet.,nealfacasn
thonr bauane on. 1 a lc e , o tl
onhrmday of 89 ls ll, to see
. ie st by i(bond bofrhase ceartn irt
(.oterest rom ldalor of sale, thmr
gAllo tht prie. Parcer tac
poa forg paeres. ou ni n a
(June 11the, 'oreJ. Ms.TWA,
easonable Goods, just OPI
rnt Bundles, same old Pr
ured India Muslins, Fast Col
le has necessitated a refillin
e BEST and CHEAPEST.
Good Groceries always on Iai
THE RICHMOND & DANVILL
ATLANTA AND CIIAlRLOTTE
Schedule in effect
SOUTHBOUN 1)--Iead Dohwn. *ail
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........!11 29 pam 12 12 pm:Iv.........I)ulut
........I1 42 pm:2 214 pin, lv........Norcr(
........11 51 Imi'12 37 pmIlv......Cham
3 25 pm 12 0.m 1015 maVur. .........Athan
Additional train% Nos. 17 ad 18-LuI
leaves Atlanta 5:30l p im., arrive ; Lila 8:12 p
arrives Atlanta 8:55 a. m.
Between Lula iad Athens-iNo. 11 dalh
Lula 1 n:05 p. m., aml 10:5-0 a. in.. arrive Ailh
ing. leave Athet s, No 10 (laily except Sud
a. mn., arrive L.uhr 9.00 P mn. aind 10.30 a. mi.
IBetween Toecoai and Elberton--No 01 di
('ept Sunidaiy, leaive To'accoa 11.4.5 a. m and 4.
i. 15 a. mi. Iteturning, N.s. 60 and 62 daily
anid 5.45 a1 mi., arri ves Toccoai 7.310 p. ma. an,
~Nos. 11 aLnd 12 carry Pniman SIleepers I
l0 heteen At lanita and( New York.
Nos. 37 andi 38- Wsahingtoni and Sothtl
laitua and Washlington. Oni tis traini extrail
For detailled in format ion as to leenl and
Sleepi ng-car reservati ong, uonfer with locatl a
JAS. L,. TiA YLO)t,
Gon'i Passenger Agent.
Wi. II. G1I1EEN, Gecn' Mtangor.
Are Choik Full of E
The Best Lot <
Coffee ! did you say? 1Here
either green or browned.
Sugars of the best. All our
are b)ought to suit the farmier.
Shoes, and Eve rythi
HIouseholdI and iKitchen Fur:
yout to b)uy.
I ~ A car load of the BE:
I i.hest marke t pric paid f<
L EW IS
: We W~'ant your Trad1e, a
~osar p~ower to picane yous.
We 4JUARANTEE OUR
Ielse we meII, to be pure.
i PrescirIptions Carefually 4
Stop to see aus wke.s in 4
A. B. & i. 1L (
ce, 75 cts per bundle.
irs, and only 8 cents.
g throughout the whole
OE & CO,,
PlekenM, S. C.
,E RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
AIR1 LINE JVY DIVISION.
May 31, 1891.
-_ 10. 'No. 12*No. 88
t. ..ar 5 10 am 6 40 pm 9 10 pin
mt. v 4 44 am 6 16 pin........
4........v 483 am 600pm ........
la .......lv 420 am 563 pmn ........
mit.i ... V 3 53 am .5 28 pu ........
r ... .....Iv 3 32 am 5 11 pm ........
rg ....... v 3 20 anm 5 01 pm ........
)s.... .v 3 00 am 4 4:3pm........
........IV 2 :0 n 4 IS pi........
-.........11 2 26 am 4 14 pm |l ........
trg .. ....h 2 07 am 3 57 pi- 6 57 pll
V. 1 46 am 8 33 pml........
IV 1 :10 am .1 pmi ... ....
li. .l 1 0.1 al 2 4 6 p 0 05 pi
l 12 39 nm '2 17 pm ........
I ........1%v12 10 am' 1 45 pm!.........
a..... .... Ivil 30 I) 1l 2 55 pml ........
st er.. . t10 07 )1112 85 pm ........
........li 10 20 pil 1 45 am ........
Lily ......lvj 9 56 pm11 14 am! ........
ia.........1v 9 52 pImI 1 01. Um..
.........IV 9 26 p)m 10 43 am ........
..........Iv 9 23 pm 10 40 am, 3 14 pm
Il(%e. ....I.v 55 pm lu I1 ant 2 52 pm
raneh ...V 8 36 pii 9 48 aml..,......
d..... ....v 922pm 9 I33 am!.....
........lv: 8 OH pmu 917
hV........v 7 7 pl 90 ami ........
Ss........vI 7 45 pi 855 un; ........
.ee.......lvj 7 :13 pmj 8 48 am.
a .m 10 it _1
acommiluodatioll, daily except Sunday,
m. Returning, leaves Lula 6:00 a. in ,
except Hunday, aid No. 9 dailv. leave
mi 12:05 p. mn. and 12.50 p. 1n. m t eturm
y. and No. 1' daily, 7.00 p. m. and 8.30
uily except Suntday, and No 63 daily,ex
20 a. mn., art ive Elbe.rton 0.35 p). ri. andI
e'xcept Sundahy, leave EIbe'rton 2.45 p~. mi.
13 .15 a. mn.
etween 'Washington and Atlanta. 9 and
vestern Vestibuied Limited, between At
areu Iu chairgedi ont first-clasts tickets onIly.
through Litim tables4, rates and Pullmaan
~entu. or adldress'
L, 3,. McCL1ESKJ)W,
)ivisiong P'ass. Agent,
C P. HIAMMONp, Muipt.
ecrything you want.
ods a Specialty.
is the place to get the BEST,
goods are of the best, and
ng 'in Foot Wear6q.
aiture, at prices that will force
3'T FLOUR in the market.
>r country prVoducC.
& M OR RIS,
Plekens, S. U.
md will do everytlaing Ias
DRtU anid Everythaing
.losaposanded at Mioderagte
W DRUG STORE.
GreenvWle. S. (9.
m'ehmond A D
Grenville and Coluftbla
Trains run on 78th meriian
Going North. Gobs
No. 15. ~.1
6 15 am...Lv Charleston Ar..,132
10 1 ....... ColumbIa ....... 800
12 s8pm ........ Union ........ 02- -j
1 55 Ar.... partanburg.... 00
06 ....yon ........4 IT
8 41 ........auda....... $41
400 ....... Flat Rock...... $16
4 2 .... lendersonvillo.... $ 01
O 17 .......Ashovillo....... 1 50
6 46 .....Hot pring.....1I 98
50 ..... Paint Rock ......I1 05 a*g
15 ...... Morristown ...... 9 95
L. 30 ...... Knoxville ...... 8 15
7 88 .....Cincinnati...... 7 29
0 4Oam ...... Charleston. .... 9 80 pnl
10 30 .......coumbfm*...... 69 0
11 57 .......Prosperity... 60
12 15pm.......Nowberry..-.... 8 39
1 55 ......NinetySix...... 200
2 10 ......Greenwood..... 1 15
3 25 Ar... .Abbeville..Lv..12 00m
3 30 Lv......lvton........i 2
4 07 ........lk.lzer........10 Dy
4 20 ...... Piedmonjt .....10 83
5 00 Ar.... Oreenville ...Lv1O 0
5 35 ...... Anderson.j......10 60
6 31 ly..... Pendleton..,...10 W6
7 55 ly ..... . 8014 . .., .... 9 45
8 25 ... Wnlballa....... V 15
11 59 .......AtIlait:.......
No. 17. No. 18,
8 81 am......Prosperity..... 8 17 pus
8 50 .......Newberry...... 8 00
10 08 ......Niuety 8ix...... 0 39
10 28 ......Oreenwood...... 0 1
I1 :0 ....... Aubevillu ...... 5 00
11 40 .. ...... Belton........ 4 45
12 15 .. .... Anderson ...... 8 W
No. 7. No, 1.
0 00pm.......Colubilla......10 10 au
7 28 ......Protiotperity.... . 8 at
7 45 ......Newberry....... 8 15
9 08 .......clilton,....... 7 02
9 45 ........Laureng....... $180
No. 0. No. 10.
11 4.1 ........ Belton....s.. 4 37 put
12 13 ........'elzef........ 4 02
12 30 .. .....Piedioit ...... 8 44
1 05 .. ...renilIe. 05
No. 4. 42
12 25 pmll.. .Newherry . .. . .0 50 pin
2 25 ........liton....... 4 00
3 15 .......L ren....... 4 00
Nos.~7, 8. 9, 10. 13, 14, 17, 18. 42 andi
daily except "iun1dav.
PullIaniu Sleepel; oil trains 15 and 10,
bet ween Charleston. S. C. and Cincinati,
Ohio, via Atlantio Coaut Line, Columblia,
A,4herille. Palit lock. Mforritown, KnoX
Vilit. Tellico aid Juiction City.
8O1 lIAAS, Tralle Ainager.
JA. L. TAYLOR, Gen'l. Pas. Ag't.
1). CA lI)W . 1) 1' A., Columbila 8. C.
J. A. DODSON, 8up1t
W. 1. flEEN. 0en-1 Manager.
I HAVE FOR SALE!
100 bushels of corn.
Som1e 1ni1ch cows with
One beef cow.
One work Hiule.
I Want to Buy!
Som"e heifers and CoWt.
D y Wnt to Sell, og
do you. Wassat to Egy?
C'oune andi See e --
I will bumy aued pay Caisha
or I will Meli on Credit.
Will I3uuy or Sell Liurge
or Smaall Tracts inaproved
C.j,* UUL INONWOR TI,
Pickense, 8. O
THE ATLANTIC 00AST LINE H I
Wihnuington, N. C.. May, 81st- 1891.
Frst. Ijine between Oharleston and Co.
luiunbla and upper South Carolina and
Western North Carolina.
(Going West. GoIhg ECast.
No. 52. No. 83.
o 15 a.m .. Lv Charleston Ar..12 50 a.mn
7 45..........Lanes....i 7.p.za
H r.v.......8lzmter..10 07
10 0. ,. .Ar Columzbia Lv... 90
3 42 p.nm . .. . Winnsborro.. 419
4 5?.........Chester...8 25
; in .....Yrkvi;le... 1 40
7 34) ....Lancaster..8 :10 a mn
5 31 ..,. ..itock li111..3 45 p.m
O 30 ...Charlotte, N. U... 1 55
12 15( p,m Ar Newherry.~;C.,: Lv 3 3pm
2 16 . . ..,Greenwood..I 15
3 15........ ..ura..C. 80 a ta
5 35 . .. . .. Anderson . ..10 55
4 5:3 ....renville..10 05
8 25 ........Wa.ulhala. 9 35
3 25...... ..Abbheile...2 00
1 55 ..,.partanburg... 6 810 pm
4 22 1Iend(eroillte . C 8 01
5 17 ., , Asheville. IN. ... 2 00
Holidi trainst betwceen 4'harlesto,n and Co
1umib1ia, i. C. TV. M1. EMTEltSON,
Ge*n. Pass. A gent,,
H. WALTrER, Gen'! Mlanascer.
A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH !
1a thei e~xuisiteSumnmer Resort of
A (lElM AMONG TIlE liOUNTAIN8,'
Neairly the hig~hest peinit East of the
Rocky. foiiutail u! Theli altitudeIL, Miain
Stree't. is over ,000t feet. Fuiest all
eighty degrec4, never above ninie y. Ico
col( springs, grandert waf er-faul Is, and!
mn(ftinI scenery. finest tirnber and1( uI
muost all known minerals. Grand Sumn,' I
aaizl Witer Resort! Onl,y 30 miles to.
Ashville; 20 to Mie. dersaonvIle; 30 to) Pick
ens; 40 to Wailhalla. Th'-3ine~IIi Ridge'
and 'Transylvania" LaII d Agenckc sfeio-*
eated here andic do a Nt). 3. -t. "44~
buil iness. WVrite for in formnationl. TO
Westerni North (Carolinin, 91.00 per year,
full of informat ian. MineleI cop)ti 50
Jlrevard, N. C.
8W A Sale( copy, maItiled(, for a 2e.
CO1ETfO BIlE VATIRD I
"IN T HE LAND OF T HE SKY !''
Julius 1E. Bogg~s, Attorney for luea
RIidg,c Landl Agenicy, Idekens, 8. (1.
-AND (400RT HM(ISS
and Publil Did'gs.
GATES DESK O.
aivv'u, & o4
~% U NUwrd SI N 811 Itns
(:cae Igesat Ion. iiliousneIIsI, D)ys rpsia. Afala
I e,12n re4muenl it. All dcelern 1(o1 It. Genuig
b-haI r.alem ark .adcrossedre'inesticaonwhanew.