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-Mr. Irvin Miller's cotton crop l
to 1drn down.
in Atss Charlotte urff Is visiting I
-Mrs. John F. Stewart has been
Ill the past Webk.
-Miss Virgie Carroll, of Greenville, Is
visiting Misses Dargan and Thornley.
-Mr. Robert Stewart, of Crow Creek
section, had cotton blooms on June 26th.
-The Wolf Creek valley hts as fine pros
pect for a good corn crop as we have seen.
-Mr. John 0. W yatt has his machinery
for making brick on the yard secured on
-Don't forget the ice cream next Friday
night at the school house. Bring your best
girl and "two bits."
-Misses Meilnee Thornle y and Maggie
Dargan have returned from extended visit
to friendR in Giiffmy.
ss Wolf Creek near Mr.
be called the "Bent
-gs, of Central, is still
-1,'and his physiciansI
state that his condition is serious.
-Mr. Claude E. Alexander, who has
been attending the University at. Columbia
is at home for the sumnmer vacation.
-A hail storm occured in the section of
Thos. W. Stewart's Tuesday afternoon,
doing considerable danage to the crop!.
-Itead notice of the removal of J. W.
Norwood in another column. His office is
now over the avittngs' Bank, Greenville.
-A heavy wind and rain visited the An
bIer section last Monday. Considerable
hail fell, but only slight damage is reported
-Attorney Jos. B. Freeman is at his fa
ther's near Briggs. le has not been very t
well for som2 days, and went to the coun
try for a change.
-Thie past two weeks have been fine
weather for getting rid of crab grass, but
is bad on gardlens and crops that are plAttit
ed on high ground.
-Miss Ann" Whitmire, of Transylvania
county, N. C., who ;as been statvintg some
time with her grand-mother Mrs. Thos. R. t
Price has been ill the past week.
-Those seeking a pleasant. drive of eight
miles can find it by going out the old
Snake Road then going across, come hack I
by the graded road, or vice versa.
-Messrs. Graft & Co., the contractors,
finished the Oid Pickens bridge last Tuies
day the 30th ult., and notified the coIm1Is
sioners to be ont hand to receive it.
-The recent rise in the mercury lms
caused the low country people to seek the
siummier* resorts in the mounttaints fior p tIe
air and to enjoy the cool cove breezes.
---On fhw Mli uilt., at the re<-idenve of
the groom Itear FarT's pt io , lv. Thos.
Looper was marrieti to Mli.is it-becca Stan
sell. R-:v. D. C. Freeman oiiatiug.
-Col. 11agood and daughter Miss
Queenie, came ip fron Clarlevton last
Saturday. Miss liagood will spend the',
stummer with her sister, 3rs. Mac Bruce.
-The South Carolina PresyterV has
never had a better jot done on its iilutes,
than that, just turtIel out by the SEN IN :.
Job 0111ce. It is correct, neat and cle'.ant.
-There is a flourishing Snd)Lay SC11o01
at Cross Roads school himuse, which is well
attended by the (it izensi of th liticec's
connunity. Mr. J. A. Ilinton is superin:
-IlThe StN'arm has receivedl many
htearty contgratuilatiotts on the county edl
tion sent out last week. It has been pro.
nlountcd a first (lass job all the way3
- Dr. Alfred Patterson, of Barn well,
andc it formter student att thme Piedmont)it In
st ituite, is spendtiing the week wvith Mr. A.
Biecket lRiley. Tfhey have gonte on a mont
-Mrs. W. RA. Ballard and sons, Masters
A Clyde and Clarence, of Camtpobh'lo, are
visitinig Mrs. .Ballard's p)arents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. 11. Clyde. They will spend several
-Mr. WV M. I1agood, preshlen:t of the
Easley Bantk, lhas ge o the Tait( SIpr:igs
near Morristowvn, Te'nntessee, for his hcealt ii.
Hie will remain some time if tIhe water
-Just watch Pickens coitmty dutrintg thte
next twelve itonths and see wthat eniterpr ise
will (do. Our' citizents aire jus5t ptrepairinig toI
mtake a strong pull that will start us for
wardl with a vimo.
--Me'srs. T. F. Giossett attd W. II. Elli
sont, of Briggs, rep)ort,ed c'ottont tbloomis last
wveek. From the bloomi rleorts wve inifer
that the cotton crop is not so f ar behintd as
has beent predlicted(.
--Mr. J. L. 0. Thompson's infaint son,1
Richtey, has been (quite sick for the past
week. Ott account of the little One's ill
ness, Mr. and Mrs. Tlhompson haive been
tunable to return to Brevard.
-Miss Sarah Grogtn, of Watshington,
who has been spetdihg sotme titme at, hier
fathers' in Elberton, Gat., visited triendls in
Pickens last Satuirdaiy and1( Sabbhath. She
left for the Capital on the 2:17 traini ont
-Next Sabbath is Children's (liy at WVat
son Unioti below Easley. Tlhec exercises
will commitene~e pIromp~tly at I p. m. Some
of the best singers will be p)re'set'., antd flne
noisic may be e'xp)ected. Therec will be
onte or two short, add(resses.
-Articles are being circuilatedl for a sub).
scriptioni school at the Wolf Creek
schtool house near R1. A. H ester's. M~ir.
John Edents has becen secuired( as teachier'
for ai t,WO mionths' summttier termi, to begin
as 800on as work ini the crops tare oJver.
tleman wtho frequently hias businiess att l 'ick
ents, says5 that Ithis town hats the Iiniest
muoutaint sceery anid is the clearest of g 's
sip iand petty spites of anty townt lie ever
visitedl. 'This remark lhas beent made by :
otihers to citiztens of ainothier State.
- The Ladies WVorking Society of the
new Baptist church will give an ice c-reatn
festival at the schtool hiouse ntext Friday
evening for the pturpose of raising ftiua,
aidl the church All are itnvitedl to come1(
and( have an enijoyatble timet( and thuts con-ii
tribute to a worthy causo. Open at S p. mn.
--The brick yard wvill onmploy twenty
hantds besmiidles the wood htaulers antd (Ihop
pers of Messrs. IIagood & Ilokler. Work
ill be commiien(cd (on the excavaitionts fort
the coutrt hotuse in a few dlaye, which will
give emptjloyinenit to abhouit. a dozteni mtore.
'With t,wo saw mutlla soon to start it full
blast near5i town'i, wotk promtiises to he plen
tiful tisl summouer about Il'ickenis. A builhI..
lng boomt will strike this towtn ont Beptent
ber the 1st, att 4::S0 a. im. WVatch the wethl
-The finest peaichen'i we have sectn this
season camte fronm loggs mtountttiit, where
Col. HIollintgsworthi has the miiost piomtisitng
orchard and vtineyrd int thle upi coutittry.
If lie should conttinutti to imipro ve that
place, in a few years it will brinig mot re
mtontey per acre thiant tIe best level fatrmt
land1( it: thte counity. rThere are a Jew tmore
bills It: this couty t hat enn lie miade to
yield htandsoame profits if putt ini friti
ceachtes Itid reaidy sale now att $2 per' bu- .
shel, and grapes w iii. bring five and seven
xy school Convention.
enouinatiodal $3tmday School
will ueet at Centra, iu the
:h, on Thursday and Friday,
I of July 18'Ji.
?ing program has lleen arrang.
morning, 10 o'clock.
ional exercises of half an ljoui
. Hiley, 1). D.
linent of delegates, electiori of
Alicers and a))oiltlent of C01omm1litteCs, inl
:luding a conuittee to urrange a questiou
3rd. W1eporta from Sumday schools.
Recess from 12:30 to 2:30 o'clock.
1st. Thi lible in the Sunday schools.
3y Rev. T. 11. Law, D. D., and Rev. J. F:
2nd. What are the commendable features
>f Interdenoiminational Suhidy School
York ? 11y C. L. Fike and C. 11. Carlisle.
At night, 8:30 o'clock.
Experience in Sunday school work relat.
d by members of the convention.
Second day, Friday 2ith. 10 o'clock.
Ist. Devotional exercises of half an
iour, by Rev. .J. M. Stewart,
2nd. The Sudiy School. Its work and
nission and how can it 1he made more ef.
ective? By D. F. Bradley and J. P.
3rd. Benevolent work by the Smilay
chools. Its importance and how to con
luct it? By T. H1. Russell and J. B. Free
Recess to 2:80 o'clock.
Mass Imeeting of the children, addressed
Ry 11ev. L. T. Wehlon. J. E. Boggs, Dr.
.. Clayton I nl others.
It is hoped that every Sunday school in
Pickens county will be represented in this
'onveltionl, and to that end the Executive
'0m1liittee urges the pastorls and stiperini
enldenlts to see to it that two (.legates
rom their respective schools tire sent to
lie convention. Each Sunday school is
rged to send a report to tile conventioll.
lanks to m1ake reports oil canl be had b3
Ailing on C. E. lobinson, at Pickens C.
I. This will be the most interesting meet
nig we have ever had and it is hoped that
Ve will have agood representat im fromt all
he Sunday Schools.
Mrs. Mat tie Farr, nee Merchant, wife of
lenry N. Parr, of the Hice's section, died
ist Timrsday, the 25th ult., after a short
IIness of two weeks. Aged 27 years. She
t :ve4 a hIusbandl aind one child who have
he heartfelt sympathy of manly friends ill
his their sad afiliction. 3irs. Farr was
rm EdgeflelI county, where she has
nianly relatives aid friends who who will
ear of her deathll with sorrow. The fu
ieral was held from liruar church, north
>f Greenville, on Friday.
"Mrs. E. Pepper, the wife of Enoch Pup
>er, died at teir home in Alersoni Couin
y, onl Monday, Juie: 29th, from heart fail
Ire. Mrs. Pepper w7ls about 40 yelirs of
adwsthle mlother of tenl dli:(Irenl,
lhe youne,t bein oIly% a few moth s ohI
ler rema inls weehuried at Pis'ahl church
in Tw,m lay, thi lltRv. 1). o. iott )llicial
iog. Theii large congratiiiaion at thei buiial
1p)kv hi-Ohly oif thikins estimable Inady
md al will g1raly miiss her.
Mr. E. P. r ,f Rielind. diz-d lat
faturday from the effects of tin 0pera'Itionm
,erfomlled oin his foot reported last week.
te was (m of the best known and lwoat
tighly respectied citimens of his counity.
le was the failther of six boys, all of whom
Lre promineit eitizns, amilollg theml are
_1on. Johni S. ami 1). P. Verner. Ile was
iied at Hichlaind on Sunday.
Mrs. C. F. Iolcomime, wife of Mr.
4'irank lI olcombde. qf Easley township, died
ast SaturdIuY the '27th Wt.. after a protraCt
liiess. Shl ha been for years a cmnsist
-itt iineimber iof the George's ('reek Btaptist
hiiich Iat which I lace the funi eral was hield
ill Snunday . SlIe le avi's at husband andit iti sev
'al cliireni wit h manierous Iriends and re.
atives to miournl hmer loss.
Mrs. Betsy Mui'phree died at the ho*me
if her son, .JohnI Murlphree, . Jne '20th.
,he was also) the Imother of 11ev. 1D. 1B.
\lurphiree. I Ier r'emains were buried at
Blothel burial ground the day follow ing.
Mr. Th1os. E. WNillardI has been quite
ioor'ly for soime tiie paist. Alr. Willardl is
milt (f our oldest had1( mar ks and his daily
aisits to towni areC mii'sedm.
ir Ju iliiu lI Sniithi ot Gr'eenville, is vis
ting frienais ini ,ibiert .
.Mr. Jep P'. SmiuthI, 'ehief clerik (of thle Ag
(win today enrIoulte to Fori'. Ilill, his busi..
1ess being ti'anisfei'ied from Columbia to
Mr. and Mrs. WN. WV. Ma'rtin, of Spartatn
)turgL, visited iriiends lere last. week.
Mliss ('.io WXaeliin hits just returned
1011 a visit to hter cousin, M's. II. I. Jior
.0n1, oif Cliinton.
I have gi veil yo(u a long lest and1( y'ou
hiuhl lie able to endurtie alnost any kind
>ft let ter' now. You would not have e's
'aped son long had14 there not been a dear'thI
>I news ini Central.
11ev. .J. F. Ander'ision preatched M's. P.
). Mulliix'S funerail seriinon at the Blapt.
ist churchel ait t his lace(' y'esterday niorn.
n1g. lie was ably assisted by3 1t,v. TP. C.
Mir. II. L. ('layton, who gradunated sev
'-'al weeks ago att 1 iatesville, Aik. , is vihs
ing r'ehilives in -eid neatr Central.
I is iiainy (Cnt ral frii's wish htim miucht
u(ccss oin lea vinig hiis ahna1k 11 ma'er.
Mr'. 0. B1. Martiin, who has been) attend1
ntg Furm'anI Uniiversity, wvill speml1( his va..
at ion) at hlis home iieai' thlis latce.
Miss Alice Ilohinson, of Atlanta, GIa., is
heo guest (of Mrs. F. B. Moigam.
It wavs our g)oodn fortune to spend Satur-.
lay andI Suiiday withI the new IBaptist
'lhurichl at P'i(kens ('ourt hiouse. Th'le breth
eni ar10' fall of' hope and1( resolution. Th'ley
noet ini thle schioiol house every Sundilay
nieninig for' 1ra113 mieietin ig anld Sundaiy
elhool. Thle moiist impori)itanit woik to hbe
ile by3 thle new churebeh is to secuIre ai lot
in bu)iild ii houase of wor-shi p. A lot. has
teen olitere~i and thle tioniimiitted to secure
l(iocat iton is c'onisidierinig t his iin :onnIectioni
v ih other'. lots to lbe had . Th'le cause ait
'I"-kenis will growi, aind tIme prosapects arc
Tlhe R1ev. .Joh Tii . AleBide, 1). 1).. pas..
.or' of the church at, MlarshallI, Texa.s11, hiis
teein comiiiiled to resignt his 1ast mrale 4on
ori the plresentt will he Pen-'lleton, s. C.
lhe has iio iidea of gi vingt up thle wiom k , a11l
fter a slimrt rest wiill be glad to sierve so ume
in11s greatly blessed hiis haboi rs at il arshiallI.
Duiiiing his paistorate of nearily eight yearls,
vuithoutl aL sinigle protriaitedl iiwemtinmg ini his
buriebi, t hire haevi beeni atl(ld Im 5 to the'
'oli (f the chiurch!, while therm' wile only3
5 on the loll wheni lie went to Marshall. -
Mr'. L. TI. Vatighit was the first to re'port.
tioin bliomns at O,tes. HIis dte~tts thle
ht h nIt. It is ('haii.edh thait thlS is'et ion
akes thle ribbdon oni er'ops this year.
Mr'. ,Iohin M . Hleindrieks has a fine crop
If peatchiis on ins splendid y'oung~ orchardh.
Mi'. .Joitb Malkhlin has moved' his saw
miill trom11 SilIverI Crem k to lickens.
Mr. TI. A. IIhtghies hats " laid by" his corii
'rmp. It is thw,~
Mr. Stanhiopo W. 11111 and wife, of
IIlihuls, N.- C., paIssed thbrough this
phiree la1st wet-k. Thhiey had beeun visiting
fr'iends in Ircemnville.B.J
.hmie '29th.i 1M1t
-An. Infant of Mr Je;wel ReW4s, died(
the night of the 28th uilt.
--Treasurer Youngblood reported bloon
on his cotton last blonday.
-j: S. Sizenore, colored, one of Co
Hagod's tenants, brought in a cotton bI->oj
-Mr. Car Itoper, of the Cedar Rock soi
tion lost ls only iule last bLulnday. 'I'h
is a heavy blow to Mr. Roper at this timi
--Central is up oi cotton blo.1
this season. Mr. L. Ross Eaton had thei
on the 24th of June, and Mr. E. E. Ilci
dricks on the 25th.
-Mr. J. M. Winchester has a Peki
duci that laid one hunared and fifty egg
for one setting lids Pununer. This is
good summer for duck eggs.
-Win. Nicholson, of the Keowee side
was before Commissioner Thornh y lus
Friday, charged with Selling "miijoonbiiine.
lie was held for court under bond.
--Ti.s county was one day ahead o
Greenville in reporting cotton blooms
Our young friend Mr. J. 0. Eppes, te
porLed the first bloom in that county.
-Maj. J. M. Stewart has received thq
cheeks for those entitled to pensions, an
parties are reqluested to call at the Clerk'j
ollice for themt. Each pensioner gets $11,
--Mail Carrier Bright Gilstral) is laid ul
by his old enemy, white s elling, and as I
colseqIenCe elie is unable to attend to hij
duties, and Mr. Lang Clyde is acting foi
-Just now the farmers in this count3
realize what a benefit a good grass plo,
would lie. A good grass pasture for thi
work stock would make fodder and ha3
-Mr. M. F. (Tup.) Hester, who is farm
ng Mr. Looper's place on Volf Creek, ha(
.0tton blooi s on the 22d ult. Mr. Ilestel
s a iad worker and a good farmer. Ei.-h
teen acres of his crop Is now covered witl
-The exuninations for scholarships ir
the Winthrop Tri-aining School are to b
leld today ('h ursday). Theexaiinatioil
will lie conducted on tle same plan as til
.Xaliation of teachers. There has beet
neglect somewhere inl not getting the no
Licc out in proper time.
Pettt Jury, July T'erm, 1891.
The follow ing is the list, of jurors; drawt
for the coning term of court which con
r'enes on the second Monday, the 13th inst
Judge Witherspoon will preside:
WV. Austin Boggs, W. J. Lynch,
Thos. Welborn, Wade 11. Bryant,
lils Day, C. S. Robinson,
A. It. craig, Sam 'Sherilf,
T'lhos. II. McWhorter,.J. L. Stansell,
'Sih-yilimonls, J. 31. Kinga,
J. F. Stewart, Jas. K. Lathem,
wm. T. Nalley, J.3.stephens,
lln. . KIelley, It. I. Chihd,
Pred Williatus, ). A. Cooper,
JIs. 1t. Morganl, Sam Wyatt,
EC. F. Looper, J. Mairioni Looper,
J 1. Birowl, Charley childcrs,
. Mi. Whinchester, tichard '. Lorgan,
T. 11. Biowen, liutus WVertz,
l'emfleton Alexander,.T. C. Gravlvy,
Jas. A. Grillin, B. F. Klenore,
Albert B. Kay, J. T. Childress,
WN. J. Gillespie, 0. M. Ivnleh.
Andrew It. liaiiilton,.J. 1). I.Keith,
11. J. Jolinisonl, W. 1). Glenn,
It. F. Lenlardt., J. T. Powur,
F. C. Parsons, A. 1B. Talley, jr.,
Jaser N. Howard, F. Bt. 31organ,
V. T. Field. Job F. Smitih,
Geo. WV. Griflin, Aaron J. Boggs,
List of Pen'ioners.
The eio-eks havintg nrived(, the follow
ing list of piensioneirs will receive elv
dolhtars each lby calling on the Clerk
,osanu Holeombe,t, Itachiel H endricks,
II lanah Pa rsons, Stu a uer,
S. .J. Stepheniis, ILouisaI lester,
Amnanda For ltner21 Licenia liigginsi,
Sarah Adelo x, 8. K. Chapman,
Adalinie Phillips, J. A. Smith,
Sarah Chastailn, 31. A. GhIlstniap,
Elizab eth 31urlihree, Nancy Scott,
Metry Iloward, 131. IE. Young,
Mlary l1iink le. Atnna Cater,
Susan Farmer-i, S. A. Bradley,
(1. A. lIins, S. E. Crow,
E~ izabeth Stirickland, Wt. it. Gaines,
11. A. Freemain, F.' 31. Cam il,
M.-.J. King, D)udlev .'ieredithi,
Cathierinte El lenlirg, 31linim a Fort :er,
G. W. Singleton, Wtilei Smith,
J. J. Jamnison , John'i Crittenden,
W. G. Smith, A. T. Epps,
E. E. Loopier, Sarah D)evauxz,
J. C. AMasters and1( Calhoun Miasters, fror
near 'Table lHock were iven a ptel iminar
exaitiatonl yest erdtay belforte Cominiobw
er lawthorn(1-le (it t'e chbarge of illicit (10
tillhig. There was no evidence to bol!
llieim and t hey were dIismiissed. I hey wer
aursted by3 D eput y Mla'sal TI. E. .Jamies
D)r. L. A. Guil, Atlanta, (Ga., wr~'ites
"Wmii. Scalick , Ii ving oni myi) laceV, had i
ugly runningi uileir on his armu wh'ichl ordi
nary ioiiedies faiiiled to (oatriol. As a las
resort I placed him iioin a uise (If I. II. B
and( thle ulcer began to1 lhal at once, amt
effected( an1 entire cnre. It is a remuedl
well woi'thy oIf eointidence.
Are broken down from overwork or household
cares lBrowtn's Iron Hlitters
cess of bile. a12( n- res, miabur ia. Get tthe geniuiu.
Atn old physiiain, r('tir'ed( fromu praictic,
hiavinig had pilaced( in his hands by an ICas
Inia1 mnissioniary the formula of a simi
v'ege'table r('eedy foi' thme speed(y and per2
tanient ('ure oIf Consumption, Btroncit is
Unitaurh, Asthlma, andl all throat and Lumii
Affect ions,~' also a positive and2)2 radical curi
for Nervous Deilit3' and( all Nervous ('2m
phiints, aifter having tested its wonideifti
r~ura-tiv~e powet'(rs inl thous'ands (of case's ha:
felt it his (lut3' to make it known to his auf
retring fel lows. Actuate by3 t his mol ive am11
[a desire to relieve hunmati sufferintg. I wi
sendl free oIf charge, toi all who de4sire it
this recipe, in Gherman, Frenich or English
vithl fill direct ins foir preparing and us
mg2t. Sent biy miail lby aiddressing wit I
stonhi, namin1 g t his paper41. WV. A. No-1ves
k?1n Power's IBlock, Rtochetster,- N. Y.
Need inJg a tOn i', (Ir (ch1 i'ren that wvant buIldIng
ititOWN S litoN ti'ITT1ItZS.
A 11( Ibath llooms.
Ini tiar iof 31m:uiollouse111,
GllCl-NVILLEC, S (:
and~ fas-teuI1lly cat. Shamponlluingr mii lai
drveingL. Itazolr slIhrpning!. a specialty~
I lair Ionica. forT (raicatinlg dandrluiff an'
irritaltion (If the' scalp1 for sale'.
licee's .\lm;ice lzairaine alwayi3s (1
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
Your natronlmgn istnt fuilly licited
Fresh Arrival of Se
One Case of Remnai
New Line of Barred Mi
White and Black Lawn
Something New in Figi
Another Lot of Men's (
Our large Spring trade
Large lot of Flour, the
Pure Lard and other G
Come and See Them.
WE WILL HANDLE
Give us Your Order and:
we will Keel) Your Trade
all the Time.
Plenty of Lemons this
Sugar 1S pounds for a
HARRIS & MORRIS.
MIherif'f N ale.
T IATE OF 8Ol'TH CAROLINA.
f JCounty of Pickecns.
In Probate Court.
Caroline V. Rowland,
Whitner Symms, et al, Defendants.
Byv virtue of an execution issued by
the Probate Court and dircted to
me, commltand(ing mie to levy upon the
property of the defendaunt to satisfy
the judgm]ent in the ab)ove stated
case in favor of the plaintiff against
the defend1ant, I will Mell on
Sale dlay inl July,
next, during the legal hours for sale,
the followving dlescribled real estate, t.o
wit: "All that certaini piece, parcel
or tract of land1( comprising two lots
containing in tL. aggregate seven
eighths (3) of an acre situated in the
county3 of Pickens and State of South
Carolina, in thi1 to)wn of Cenitral on
the Air Line Rt. R., bounded west by
land of said railroad or its assigns,
north by lot once owned by Ed.Crooks,
east by~ lands1 of L. Rt. Eaton or his
- assign s, or grantees, south by Rt. Rt.
- street." Levied oni and to be sold to
satisfy a judgment for dower and
TERMS: Cash; purchaser to pay
for (deed. H. A. RtICHEY,
june11Sheriff Pickens Countsv.
'I (Clerk'M Sale.
TAEOF SOUTH (JAROLINA,
SCounty of Pickens.
In Court of Commiont Pleas.
P. McD. Alexander, PlauintilT,
John B. King, et. al., Defendants.
By virtue of aL decree of foreclosure
and sale( made in this case by his
Honor, .Judge w. H1. wallace, on 11th
day of ,July 1889, I will sell to the
highest bidder beffore t he court house
d(oor, in their townt of P'ickenis, onl
Saleday ill Julyv 1891,
durinig the legal hours of sale, the
following' describ)ed re:d estate, to wit:
All that p)iece, parcel' or tract of
land, lying and1( beinig in~ and near the
Icorporate innits of the town) of Eausley,
countty of Pickens) and( State aforesaid
bounded by lnds of Allen Mauldin,
T. 71 . MeMahn Rt. D)uke and others,
containing seventy four and1 one half
(741 ) acres, more or less.
Terms of sale, onie-hlulf canh andI
the balancee on a credit of twelve
months from dlay of sale, to be0 secur
ed by) bonJId of pu1rchl11er bearing ini
terest fronm (day of sale, and a mnort
gaeof the prenxaises. Purchaser to
~n' fr ~ii~J'. M. STEWVART,
Jutne 11th, '91
(IIfr ecers,C Colutinia, S. C.
Thorounghi Nornndl isirinion) nedpr
04 ill i best miet hs,uof ,1 lenhing. O)pent 14
irjr is over 18 years bl . Gr~adluate's are en..
t it\(ed to teach1 in)14 ih,cools of South Car
ol ina as first. grade teaichert. TIhey reaii
ly secur( goodb) g'isitionis in tIs an1 dte
Stiuat es. Ea)ch counttly lt v~ enjcj I wo) schola r
4one4 by the schl, woth b j:h. Compeu,t
Sive( e'xalmnation for theseM scho14l'laips
w vill bie hel.d inl eachl coun1ty, Thlursdaiy
July the 2nd.
Addresa D). U .101IINSON,
Supe-itnndent, Coulumiaii, S, :
, my 9 wtQ
isonable Goods, just 6
t Bundles, same old I
ired India Muslins, Fast C4
has necessitated a refilli
BEST and CHEAPEST.
ood Groceries always on h
THE RICHMOND & DANVII
ATLANTA AND ('HARLOTT
Schedule ill effe
SOuTrimOUN)-Read i)own. *)
*No. 37. No. 11.1 No. 9d STAT
7 !55 pin 1 55 pim 2 110 i 'hal
.........2 1 pm 57 ail I
........ .8 pm 3 4 .......
........ 2 1l pm1 '22 ail I*.......hG s
......... 3 06 pil ',1 53:11 Iv.... King's
........ 22 pm .113.am11........Al
.......... 34 pm a. n . . illeb
........ 3 51 pm ' 1 all) 1 ...
....4 18 pm. 5 10:11j1v.
........ 4 '5 I 5 ......... i
1) 5.5 amn 4 j:j pmn. 2nn v Sut
. . . . .1 1 1 1 1 alp) I
.5 31 pun 1 16 tillI ........(4r
10 50 amW 6 05 pmill 6 .17 a Iv.
.........I 633 pin 7 M anilv..........w
.... . *25 pm' ' 1( % nl..........e
5: pl X 3- -n IV.........haI
IE) p 0 S 5 am INV.......... I
. . . . 85 amn lv. .. .
2 4 5 13 am n lv. . G
: 40 pa1 15 an Iv........ Co;
... . o1111 5l1 0 43 aml 1v.........1l
I . 15 ill!1') 0'2 15 m iv.........Ill
1 57 pil, 10. . . . . parti :
........ ~ ~ 57 am1 vil1 1 1,v. ... . . 4 .'W er
.........11 0: ,pill 11 46 an Iv........Br1
. 11 1711 5.1 an lv.........EtSt
........ 17 25 pun 12 12 pljv..........i
........ 7 plo'; 1 p: mi Ir. ........N r
........ 1 5 1 pmi 5 a .....W ha
.----- - :t5lu 1 .1 am . . ...1 n
.... ! .. 19 pm 10 15 Va . v . . .. . ...Alr
A. ddit..al trin s p ims. - 17 ad 1. -1,
avps Atmlanta 3:30 1)1 rn l 'v.. L.da '3:n
.... . .s A 1 l nt na 8:.1) a. v.
ButtwuVu Lida: atnd At hvns- No. 11 d:
....... 1 0 p in. ul 40: ) am . in . . . . r i n
....... 1 1 17V AtIwm, 11 ) am lv...51 . .Sn
........ 11 29C pm 12 1 p lv.... .....No n
....p -un--n- 11v 4 luon 11. pm av........N
Aditinal etransg Nos. 17t andi 128-L
leaves5.4 Ati. la 5:30 p . arie ul a 8:1:0~.hI
ariv s. Atlana 125 e. m. nIIainSee
1between Alat and Ntens-o.1 :
Lua 0:5 . m, and 10:50uii a.gm., andive A
ing,t leave A~thes,g uN. 10n hi d:mily ex Im
ept. Suday, leavein Torena 1)1. 15 toa m i
6.15 a. I)-m Returnmingi i, No.fl 60and wit daci
NAs. 11 TandLOcrryPlnn,lee
10bewen' tlanan gentor.
lanta and Washington. On, i . tri.e
W.. HI. GREEN, Gien'i Manager.
Are Chock Full of
Ih I3est Lot
Coffeec! did you say? Ile
either grceen or b)rownfed.
Sugars of the best. All c
are bought to suit the farmer.
Shoes, an(1 .Everyta
I Iouse:hold anid Kitchenf F
you to buy.
SA car loadl of the IV
I lighest market price paid
We aat. yo0u.r Trade,
ouEr power to plUeaNe yoa.
WYe WAA.NT EE 01
else4( we sell,I to bie par.
Stop to see 115 wlaent i
A. B. &i. 1L
MANSION 110 U
'rice, 75 cts per bundle.
lors, and only S cents.
ng throughout the whole
'CE & CO,
Pickens, S. C.
.LE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
'E AIR LINE I'Y 1)IVISION.
%t May 31, 1891.
ly. N( TI lN )RTHOUNI)-Head Up.
IONS. *No. 11. No. 12 'No. 38.
lot........ t 5 10 am 6 40pm 10 pm
muont....v .1 414 amt 6i 16 pm'...
vill.......lv 33 aml l 06 pm ........
Onia........Iv 4 20 alm 5530m ........
liuntt:.ini . ..r lv 8 53 aon 5 28 pm ....
1ver.............3 2 n 5 11 pmll ..
shuirg.. .V3 20 afn. 1 ........
y.'.... v3 U 00 ai 4: pm . .......
pen's. .......- 2 :10 ai 4 18pm .
. ll.........y 2 6 1t .1 1.1 pml.
111burg ......v 2 17 ti 357 pm r7 pm
ford ........l v 1 .1 ill 3 33 1 ........
vr s......... 1 10 am 1( pmn .......
nville. . . . . . . 1 04 tam' 2 45 pin (; 05 pmt
lv's........v 12 :19 t 2 17 pim .......
Ital ......... 12 10 mw 1 45 pin.........
tl*t......... lv 1 :10 pn 12 55 pm .
illst.1 ....... .v 10 07 pm 12 3.5 pm:.
(14 ec ........lv, 10 26 ;m I1 45 am..
t Airy ..... vi 9 5) pin Il 11 am ........
lia .... ....lv 52 pll 11 09 .......
Itonl.........v1 1) 26 pim 10 .13 al ; ........
a-1 ......... .. 9 '! Iill 10 .11) am 3 14 pm
ISVIlle . .....Ivi 8 5 pm Iti 1 I till -2 52 pmn
1ranch0 ....v 36pm 91 I. ill .........
d.........v 9 22 pm1: 9 33 ail .........
........ 8 0N p 9 17 timl.
t . v 57p 1 m ........
r ......v 7 45 pm XS55aun........
........ 7 33 pi 8 .43 an
11 1 .........v 0) pm3 , 8 10 tI'i 5
ula a14cmilnmn(datiou, daily except Sunday,
pi. liiourni g, leIvs Lula (;:0) a. I ,
ktily ecept Sunday, aind No. 9 daily. leave~I
thens 12:1)5 p. mi. ai'nl 12.501 p. it. lIe)turn
nhIty, andt No. 12 daily, 7.010 p. m. an:d 8.30)
dily lv xiiept :Sundayt, tand No 6:1 dai ly, ex
4.2 a.m.,art':v Eberitoni 3.:15 p. in. andt
Iy except Sundany, leave Ehlertonl 2.15 p. mi.
and 9. 15 a. ml.
s beCtweeni Waushington and Atlant". 9 and
ih western Vest ibutied Limit ed, 1bet ween At.
a fare is charged on first -class t ickets5 oniy.
d through t ime tables, rates anmd Pulb1mma
I agents. or add ress
L. L. MoCLESK mY,
1)i visionl Patls. Az gent,
C. P. IIA MMON 1), Supt6.
Everything you want.
oods a Specialty.
re is the place to get the BEST,
ur goodls are of tihe best, arid
Lrniture, at prce that will force
'I'ST FL.OUR in the mlarket.
for country produ1Ice.
& M OR RIS,
Pickens, S. C.
anid wvItl do ever'ytaiag in
IDR~UtG anid Ever'ytling
y' C~ounpoundedI at MYodecrate
CA RPENT ER,
SEN DItUG STORE.
Girecene,e S. C.
tlchmond & Danville RU3
Greenville and Columbia Division.
Condensed Schedule May, 31 1891.
Trains tun on 75th meridian time.
Going North. Going Soutif.
No. 15. N o. 10.
6 15 am...Lv Charleston Ar...12 M0 ard
10 15 .......Colun biia....... 8 50 I,rd
12 8pm........ Union........ 6 29
1 55 A'.....partanburg.... 5 30
3 06 .........rion ........ 4 17
3 41 .. .......Sa da........ 3 41
4 013 .......Flat Rock...... 3 16
4 22 .... .lendersonville.... 3 01
5 17 .......Asheville....... 1 55
6 46 . ..Iot Sprin s ...12 28
5 50 ..... Paint c .11 55 anl!
7 15. ......1orristown...... 9 25
8 1..0 .......Knoxville...... 8 15
7 32 ......Cincinnati...... 7 29
No. ) 3. No. 13.
0 40am......Clirleston...... 9 30 pl
10 30 .......Coumbia.;...... 6 30
11 57 .......Prosperity...... 3 50
12 15pm.......Newberry...... 8 30
1 05 ......Nincty Six...... 2 00
2 16 ......Greenwood..... 1 15
3 25 Ar ....Abbeville..Lv..12 00 m
3 30 Lv......B-lton ........II 2(1
4 07 ........Pelzer........10 51
4 20 ...... Piedmont ......10 3.1
5 00 Ar ....Greenville .. .L10 00
5 35 ......Anderson........10 55
6 1 lt ..... Pendleton......10 18
7 55 lv...... Seneva ....... 1) 45
8 25 ....... Walhalla....... 9 15
11 50 .......Atlanta ........
No. 17. No. 18.
8 31 am......Prosperity...... 3 17 pm
8 50 .......Newberry...... 8 00
10 08 ......Ninety Six...... 6 38
L0 28 ......Greenwood...... 6 12
1I 30 .......Abbeville...... 5 00
1 .10 .. .:....Belton........ 4 4.1
12 15 .. ....Anderson ...... 3 00
No. 7 No. H.
6 00 pm.......Columbia......10 10 am
Prossperity...... 8 31
7 15 ...... Newberry....... 8 15
9 08 ... ..Clinton. . 7 02
9 45 ....... Laurens..
No. 9- No 10.
11 45 ........ elton........ 4 37 pim
11 1 ........ P lzcr ........ 1 02
12 4) :0 ....... Pitedm1onit ....... : 4.1
1 05 ......G reenvill(...... : 05
No. . No. 42.
12 25 pm ..Newherry.....:.50 pm
2 23.........linton....... 50
3 1.5 ... .... Laurens....... 41 Od
Nos. 7, 8. 9, 10. 13, 14, 17, 18, 42 and 4:3
lily except Sunday.
Pullman Sleepers on trains 15 and 16,
wtweetn ('har11lestonl, S. C. and (incinati,
)Ido, via Atlantic Const Line, Colmtilbiait,
N,zheville. Paint Rock. Morristown, Knox
ille. .vlico and .Jui(tiol City.
SoL II A M%, Trafllic Man11.g4-r.
.1 AS. L. Ti1AYLO11, Gen' Pass. Ag't.
I). CA 1ltW1-L L. ). P A.. Colimnbia S. C,
.1. A. D llSo N, Sipt.
W. II. GEAlEN. 31n'l. Manager.
[ HAVE FOR SALE I
100 bushels of corn.
Sonme milch cows with
One beef cow.
One work mule;
I Want to Buy!
Som e heiferI's ald Colts.
Do you. WVaumt to Sell, oa.
do9 yous WaERE to Basy?
('ossae and See MIe.
I wrill Isauy aud pay (1asia
or I will sell onu (rediE.
Will Iu,y or' Sell large
or' Ea 1 TIrat-tm, instaroved
S~Pikenis, S. C
T'HE ATLANTIC COAST UINE IR M
Wilmington, N. C., May., 31st' 1891.
Fast Linie b)etwceen Chlarlestoni and Ctl.
huiaiiii anId uipper Souith Carolina and
Wetr Northi Carliiina.
Going Wet-t Going East.
No. 5%) - N . 53.
0 15 .a.rn . . LvChiarleston Ar.. 12 50 a.m
7 45. ....Lanies....l 7).mf
8 57...........mter..10 07
10 05 ..Ar (Cohunia Lv. .. 11 00
3 42 p. . ...Winunsborr ..... 4I10
4 52 . ..Cheste..... ..3 25
i I 5 ... . .Yorkvile ..t 4(5
7t 30 .. . ..Lanlca.ter.... 5 20 ai I
5 U . . . ..ock l1ll..2 415 p.m
b .10 . .Charlotte, N. C. .. 1 55
1" 15 p. AI 1r New'lwrrlySC. Lv 3 30pm
2 10 . . .Greenwood..1 15
3 15 .....rs.... . (;iS . 30 am
535 .....Andecrson... . ..10 .55
4 52 . ...Greenvill...10 05
8 25...........Walhalla. . .. 9 15
:u 25........Abbelavihll......2 01)
1 55........atanhurg . . .. 5 30 pm
4 22 1le.ndler.snville,',N: .U 30
5 17 . ...\sheville. N. C.. . 2 01
Solid1 tra~8inls bet weeni ('harlestn an lid Co
linnia, S. C. T1. M. E'M :li SON,
A DIAMOND IN THE ROUdiHl
18 thle C.iisit(e8Siumneri Resolrt of
A GEM AM10NG TIlE MOUNT1AINS!
Nearly thle highlest peint East of the
ItoIcky Mouait ll! The altit ude, 31ain
Street., is over 3,000 feet. Finest all.
rlam Illihmat (' ! Suniier heat rarily abo e110
eigh1ty' degrecs, niever abo~ve Ii iletv1. Iec
cold sprinigs, grandelst wlat er-falls, and
mlounitai n scenery, tin est timbler and1( al
miost all known minerals. Grn Su3
and Whitehr Resorit! Onrly 30) milejs to
Ashvijll&* .0 to He. decrsonvill; 30 to Pick
en.x; 410 to Walhialhi. TIher "lue Jidge"
aind " Transylvan aia" Iu: d Agencies are to
(ated here anti( do a No. I. --GiiIt-Edge"'
imsin(11 s. WrIit( for iniformalitionl. T1'.o
Wester iNorth Carol' inlanl, $1.0 pel ~ r year,
full Of inftormiatian. Sile' (copies 5c,
each. .J. L. 0. TilOt MP1SON, Puablisher,
ilrevard, N. (.
.t1l/4 A samtlple copy, madiled, for a 2c.
"IN THE LAND OF THE SKY !"
.Julius E. Jboggs, Attorney foir Blue
Uidge Land0( Agency, PickenIs, 5. C.
- . 8C0lCURH8
- ~ Settees for R. if.. Depe
and Public Bld'gs.
GA TES DESK 00.
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