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-Mrs. -V. Garvin of Central, Is seri
-M-. W, fl. Powell, of ' jaurens coun
i, visiting Mr. John UrAly.
-Deputy marshal.Jennligs went to Fort
11111 Wednesday on U. b. Court business.
--Miss Stella Newberry Is visititing her
cousin, Miso Terzauli Ilu lies, of loanoke.
-Mr. R. A. McMurray, of Dahlonegs,
Ga., spent last week at Air It. A. ieaters.
-We are glad to repoit that Mr. Hen2
W. Farr's health 18 very liuch improved.
-Mrs. John F. Stewart, Who has been
dangerously ill for the pAt week Is still
-biss Littlejohn, of Ublon county, is
Visiting Miss Flora tichey. She will spend
tomc time In Pickens.
-If AIr. Boyd Russell *111 communicate
With the postmaster at dates he will learn
something to his Interest.
-The post office has been moved again.
iis now in the small building on Mr. J.
F. Stewarts lot near the livery stable.
-The following visitors are at the Am
bler sumner resort. Mrs. A. J. Gadbola,
Marion, 4. C.; Mr. J. B. Duflie, Sumter,
--Miss Julia Mattison oue of Atla' ta's
most charming young ladiei, is spending
the summer with her friend Mrs. Dr. Wil
-Mr. A. John Boggs, of Central, who
has been suffuring for some time with spin
al rheumnatism, was reiiorted worse last
--Messrs Lewis & Mr'is have placedi a
first class soda fountain in their store, and
now serve ice cold soda water in regular
-Rev. J. T. BNrdlie will preach the
1edication sermon at Golden's Creek Bap
list Church on the first Sabbath in &ugust
at 11 a'. im.
--Miss Olivia Newton's school at Walk
er-McE!moyle opens'dn the 20th inst., next
-Miss Olivia Newton Principal of the
Walker MElinovlh, iligh Schol, visited
her brother, Lawyco- Newton, last Saturday
-Prof. II.E. Ilnrris president of Broad.
us college, Clarksburg, W. ".Ia., wife and
son Master Ilarry are visiting Col. Ilollings
-Mr. J. F. 1oggs, of Liberty, went to
Fort .'ll last Monday. Ile has the con
tr4ct for hauling the brick from the yard to
the main building.
-Miss Mude Aslunore is confined to
her room from a bilious attack. and two
other nwmbers of Mr. W. II. Asimore's
family are quite sick.
--Parties who have made a recent trip to
JoCasee valley and White Water, say that
the crops look well in that region and
e verytihing promises well for the farmers.
-.Mi John ialmpe.N one of the oldest
citizens of the county, died at the home of
his son, Mr. .J. F. l1mper. in Liberty
townsLip, on June the IIth aged 80 years.
--Mrs. Nalley relict of the lite John V.
Nalley, died at her honme four miles south
of Easley. on the 261ih uit. The fumnrl
w;as held at Fairview chuch oI tle day%. fol
-The W. M., of Keowee Lodge No. 79
A. F. M. has been otitied by tle contrac
o rs. thatt Ili-v will lie rvWNdy to hi:in-e
ti.w comner st. n'e laid about th'e 15th of
-Mhiss Mlamuie W",. Clyde w'ill oIpenl schiool
at the I lih'leem schlool ho4use ni'\tI
Nonday. Al iss ('lyde~ is a gaduate of the
Greenville Femmale C~olb-'gt and no doublt
will give general saisfactioni as a teacher.
-Mr. John (I. Wyatt is rushing tihe
brickmaking for the court hiouse with a
full bind of steam on. aind wiill have a sufli
cient suply on hand tby the first of August
for the brick-layers to commence wvork and
keep steady at it.
--Mr. J1. D). Hatterrec andl wife, withi
their children, Miss Amelia, Masters .Jamues
D). and Albert L , of Chester, are vstn
Mirs. Ratterr'ee'., parenits. D)r. amid Mis.
Jl. D). Curet on. Mrs Ilatterrae and the chiil
dIren wiill spend the smuimer here.
-Quite a iminmer of Pickensites cele
bratett the Old Fourth at Piedmont last
ISaturdiay. They report a large crowvd in
attendance. The 01(1 time practice of
drinking and fighting was also revived.
V These celebrations are a nuisance.
-The trustees of Liberty township will
meet at Liberty, Monday, the 13th inst., at
10 o'clock a. mn., for the purpose of em
tployinig teachers and transacting other hus.
Envess of importance. W. T. O'n..
: -Miss Marie McCaslin, wvho hass charge
of the Art, Department in the Presbyterian
College alt Clintonm, was highly co 1mp lieint
ed on her art exhibit at the recent, Coin
mnencemnilt and wiill remiaian in charge o,f
the D)epartmnent another year.
-Messrs. WVm, A. ;Neal and J. P.
Gilenn were elected by te Anderson Couin
ty Alliabee ais (delegates to the State Alli
aince which meiets in Spartanburg on then
22d instant Both of these gentlemen are
said to be sub-treasury advocates.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
ward Davis, of the GIeorge's Creek section,
died last Monday, ag'edien mciinonths.
Thtfneral wias bel at George's Creek
Chlurchi On Tutesday. A host of friends
aympathize with the sorrowing Parents.
-Pr(of. W. B. Justus will como anmong
nur citizens at an early day to begin work
in the interest oIf the Pickens Ihigh School.
th colmore prosperous than: ever be
Prf 0J . Baird has tendered his res
Signation to the trustees (If the Easley~ High
I School. It was accepted wvithi reluctance.
Prof. Baird has been offeredl, aind has aie
e epted, a more lucrative poIsition iln Char
lotte, N. C. lIe ill leave Easley about
the first of August.
-M.J. B. Clyde has a umniqume andl val.
Sthhheirloom. It is a sterlIng silver imedn.
icine cup, made and1( enmgraved inI Ediinrg,
Scotland, abomt sixty years ago. It w'as
presentedl to Mr. Clyde's family fifty-nine
years ago, by an uncle, IR. K. Payne, of
Bcotland. Mr. Clyde prizes the cup very
-The committee of investigation ap
pointed by the Girandl Jr, consisting (If
a .Johnston, WV. Tr. Flield, andl 0. M.
Lynch, with J. J. Le'saepet last
) Monday anmd Tiuesday, examined tie books
of the various counity officers and found
the School Commlisioner's office for the
y:tenarigh89 eTh oe erswlr be ernprain
whnthe report Is made.
-From the last week's Keowee Courier
we learni that Mrs. Naomia Hlolden, wifc
of WVm. Hlolden, diiedl at their home in
Wesministcr on Tuesday, Juneo :0, from
'typhoid fever. Her body was carriedl
.troughl WaIhalla on the wvay to Pickens
j for burial. She was in the pf'ime of life
fintd a lady of umany excellent traits of char
at- fcter. Shec leaves a husband and several
~t children to mourn her death. Mrs IIoldnlt
was a (laughter of Mrs. Alpha Barton, (of
tihe Eastatoe section, and wvas thme last (If
her family, all the others having dlied somei
time) tigo. She wa8 about '1. years of age.
-Oyezl oyez! Come into coutt, nexl
Monday at 10 o'lock.
-Mrq. K. F'lank t1asingme itnd son,
William F., of Greenville, visited Mrs.
Blasingaine'a sisters, b1esdames Holling
worth, Ellis Ad Wakelin, this week.
-The girls of Pickens colinty Ahould noi
let the scholilrship given this county in th(
Winthrop Training school remain vacant,
Come in on the 31st of July and tipply ft
-Peter Griflin brought in a cotton bloom
on the Ist Ir.at., as a wind-up to the bloom
report for '91. Our cotton crop is forward
enough. if the season does not trip us up
we are all right.
-Prof. J. F. Duggar, of Clemson Col
lege, was married on the 17th tilt., to liss
Fannie Camp, of Columbus, Miss. The
bride and groom reached their future
hone at Fort Hill on the 1st inst.
-Children's day at Zion Church last Sat.
urday was a very interesting occasion and
a large crowd attended. Speeches were
made by Mr. J. It. Newton and Rev. Zim.
nerman, of the Piemtont circuit.
-Our citizens are taking a great interest
in the work at Clemson, and several of
them propose to visit that place soon anI
take a look at Prof. Duggar's farming and
to see how scientific plowing and hoeing
compares with the old way.
--Miss Lizzie Dargan. dauliter of Prof.
Dargan, of this place willi gradua'e from
the Memndnger School in Charleston next
Friday, the 10th instant. Miss Dargan
will visit relatives in Darlington before
-0113' two pieces of property were of
fered for sale last Monday. One lot in
Liberty sold to J. P. Carev for A2. 72
aeres nearY asley to J. B. king for $10,20.
ic'h p(., (of property in Central advertis
ed for sale by the sheriff, was not put u).
-A syndicate has been negotiating for
the puIrchase of Six Mile mountain for the
purpose of improving it and making it an
attractive summer resort. Shculd they se
cure it it large sum of money will will he
spent in lbildkin-gs and starting a vineyard
and orchard on the mountain.
-T1urrah! for this coitrv! It 11 mjore
). l's al(d LLj. Ys tila1 aly colotrY on
the face of tle earth. There has been a
niost nlilpecedented boom in the Iusiness
of makinm these indispensalIe functi. ma
ies this summer. Piekens shiouldl apply
for one if there is any ebance to have it
shipped without the h)ill of ladinE' at
--Mr. TOM Jo. u111111dn is it homie from
tle Citadel School in (harleston. where
he gridilated list Thmrsday eond ill a
cliss of ninlet en. Ilis gadumtiting es a
oil "The Tel'(i ley of M"dern Lives," wds
hily complimented by those whoI heard
it. Mr. Mauldill wilI keep faitI w%ith lthe
State aund teach two years, if an opening
is furimshed. Ii
-Assista't District Attorney Wingate
was in Pickens this week inspectig the
work in Commissioit-r Tlihrnlev's oflice.
lie found evryt hkillg in shiplshape and41 comli
piiented the Captain very lighily on tIhe
appearalce of lis, 1cOrds. 11imd nrs
with others tihat tile I. S. Coiinsn1ler's
Officer's at this place is conducted the be.-t
of lilty in the State.
-The Children's IDay ; eecise at Wa -
Soil llnii last Suidaiy was attellded by a
larg cogregtio. lev. J1. D. Taller
made a mst interesting address onl ti;(
sub11ject (if "'Ie Sved SoNwer. " Other 1ad
Sses wre Ilade aid tlie eeleratioln
wsa decided sucecess. Brother W. 11.
Nix, the suplitendent 1t the Watson
schoosk iln tihe count:ty.
Prof. WV. P. Hoillainis school closedi last
Thlursd1ay evening. Althlough the miost of
is pupils were smallti, thie exercises were
quite initerestinig. Music was furnlished by3
the y'oung ladiies and gentleman in town.
[Prof. Ilollanid, accompianiied by3 his wife
and heri sister, 31liss Rosa WelIborn, left
('enitral Friday moniting forI Lebantlonl, whtere
they wiill spen'ld sev'emai wveeks.
Delegates wiere elected yeterday' inl cach
o;f thle Suntday seliools, lior thle Interdentom-i
held lit this~ place otn the 23d 11n14 24th inst.
Mrs. Carrie Dobbinis, who has beent quite
ill for several weeks, is recolvering her
health at the home of her brother, Mr. J.
Miss Essie Chapman, of Liberty, was
the guest of Miss lRessic Martin last T1hurs
Mr. W'. L. Gassanaly, of Greenville,
spent last Satbbath witht relatives in Cell.
tral. MAY MIxxiNO.
Central, S. C., July, Gth '1.
Last Tuesday was thie regular monthly
me'etintg (lay for the Conimissioners. TIhere
wais very little husiniess before thiem.
The petition for Ia new road~ fronm Six
Mile Churchi to the Old PicenCIs road was
Th'Ie petition for [lhe new roadh from
Wadudy GIravley's was (dism1issedh.
Messrs. Thlomals all unt were heard onl
the petition for a new roadt from the Mueck
lehtany shoals on Saluda to the Hunt boridge
road. This was held over until [lie next
Our Commnissiotners are not in favor of
plutting tiny more britdges over [lhe Sailudal,
just at this time.
A petition was before [the Bioardl praying
them [to have thle obE;trutctions mloved from
Twelve Mile river, fromn Allgoods to Bell's
Shoal. ''lhe Board il il niotify the land
owvner's to remliove siaid obstruictionis iat once
its thie latw requires.
rTe (questtn oIf [lie issutince of thie court
hoiuseL honltds was discussedl and( stp taken
toIwalrd getting the bonds(1 p)rin)ted. T[he
timie forl wich!l the bonds will riun wits not
deeldedl at this meeting. 'e'( Board wvili
try to make [lie bontds h'ring ats muichl its
po(ssibleC, andit the titme thie bonds(1 hazve to
run1 will have conisideriabie inluenice on the
If this county wotild sipenid sonme little
mlonley and( energy ini adlvertisinig and (lifer.
inig induicleents to people to colle liere
and look arbundl, we woutld soon hatve vis
itors and prospective citizens coninag here
at a lively rate. We have some oIf thit
fitnest locations for summer resorts [bhat catr
be found in this ltttitude, and if we cau
once aet a tide of travel hitherward [lhe (Ie
tmand for a railroad will be such that It wil
be built at once. Our local spirit of enter
pirise is not wide awake enough I Ever
body should take ant interest in our localit)
and bloom it-you cani't say too muchel fo
It. When people from less favored regiom
conme here tIhey will say (he half has not,
been told. Now is the tituc to try and de
something that wil help yor..uty
The folloWing Alliances will iol I pub.
inMeetiigs and5 picnics at the. following
places and tinesi
Easley, aCefhtr Rock, Eighteen Mile,
Hamilton and lHite's ait PAtsley, Tatemdayj
Cross Plains, Maynard, Diacusville, Ne.
ter's Creek andl Pumpkiiitowni at Da)It-q
ville onl Wedn1estlay, August 5th.
Pickens Court I touse, GlasN Moiuntain,
Ilolly Spriigs ani Eastatie ait Secot
Haptist Church, on Thunvay. Augnst 6.
Six Mile. I'raters, Palestinle and Gob,ll.
ing's Creek, at 'Six Mile, on Fridtiy, Au
"uRt 7 th.
Libeit y, Jolnson's, Ceiiral, will in-vt
at Mt. Zion Church, near Cen ral, on 6at
urday, August bth. G. W. SiNou,:is,
Wherea, my wife, Laut-a Cooper, lias
qtIli hotisv without cause or jtistitica.
a peisons are hereby notilied that I
WiAl in no way be responsible for any of
her contracts. DAvIS J. CUPC,.
July 6th, 1891 wH
Notice to Tr-emmpamser-.
All persons tare hereby notified not to
tresspasm on my land in aiy way, under tho
penalty of the law, either in making cross
cut roa<ls or inl any way tr:velinlg over the
sait- Jon P. PIourrr.
July 9 w3
Dr. L. A. (uild. Atlanta. Ga., writc4:
"Win. Sealock, living oil my place. had nit
ugly riunning uleir on his arn w4ich ordi
nary remedies failel to control. As a last
resort I placed him on it use of 11. B. 13.
and the ul-er begain to heal it oince; and
effected ai entire cure. It is a remedy
welI worthy of confidence.
1. J. Jolmon, contractor anl buibler.
Work done on abort notice, ,m<d satisfic.
tion guaranteed. Address Piedmont, S. C.
T I YOUR1 If IC At' I ES
Or you are all w%orn out, really gooi for nothing
it is general il,ility. 'I ry
lilc is11.10.Y IIT7T1-;3ts.
It will cure you. ald give a -.14 appetite. Sold
by alt dealers inl itdicine.
Ati t,bi p,bysiciam. rtire<l 11fro practice
lavinli,r ha:1 placed in his Iin(s by an East
India nissitoary tle fIIrm11ua1 (i a siiple
vegetalot remiily for the speedy atlI per
m:allent cure of, ( Insumlplimn, Ili chitis,
Catarrii, Asthni, mai :l thro:t anl Lunq
Atleetioiw, al-st ii os ive :mn r:!ieal irl
for Neivotis Dilitiy ad all Nervous0om.
plaints, after lmvin- testf-1 itz wmAti-ftul
clennlive piNwers inl 1( itsalids o, eases has
ftel it his <ity to make it kniwn to his sukf
ftring f*Ilows. Actute h)v t.his mol iae:ni
a desire to relivce llwil (uiring, I wIll
S11(1 free of charge, to all who ilesire it,
this recipe in Gvrnian. Frienh r Eq.glish,
with ilI ili rcctions ftr Irpariniz and us
illg. & it by inail by idressiig Nwiti
st mp. ninin, this per. W. A. Noves,
820 Powver's Block, oehester, N. Y.
lOR TYH 1.11-001,
3g waknev., Miaria, biitigostion and
11111VWN'S TRON 1111"IERRS.
It cures itiekiy. For mtle by all dealcs In
inl<ed inle. Ge t tho n ie
N-OTICE OP FINA.L SETTI.EM ENT
I her!bY rive Ilotict. that I willap
ply to .j. lB. NPw-1ir.lud1 of P r4t or
Pickens Cl' 1nty, S. C., I' tI1 :,1 d:1 of
Augi it, 1(l 1. i a t) inuikv a tinl-al
st h-tvlal-t 1f '1.- - 1 1 ll N. lop
cr -(Wi1,;hetr), tu :ak to be discha
JA)IES T. SNGTILTNA,
Jul (h, NE1. ii y l4:krxm
itit ii ile ii at t t l.::. o
SAilitlTE oFi o( I lie ( .\1te:u;i 1 e,
Ir .ii. 11. Ne herry Iiii, E44siiire,t Probat e
sluitl t me to grat imlter o
atIf J l Itampey, <e Ien414 e< , o .o
lilhsei aty- therefoe, tv cit ai aidlmon
is al ail .ai'arl the riPli creli
ofeJuld, tat iti b .m aptl.-rbfoete
Pi Jen '. N11 , 'IIJ*l . C. he thdyo
July, ii net, afteru il i lititn 'her2' ei,
a i i i It iicloi in t h l.enont 'iiiw a'
cau'i s, itifilhe laive, w'ly the said .1:d
I u it s-tit itn lui-i nott t t.t IinteId, it
AJ. H. NE li llY,iiJ. .C
W iitP l .\lN I ING s HOO
for tacher, CoNnh'iaL, C.
iie in beyst methods ofe I eac1hin. Opent toS.1
ilOe 18yas OLD BrA!HmtS.aen
ciftat e. E23 cunitO SqUisL iven tA FRoscholar
oneby thsOol.AS wothAA GA. Cmpt
w'il be bFl in Le coy, hr<t
Athlre. ID. 11IJ, AgNtO,
A aiiitLiO WAntrrtt Y'nla
Inrea of \lima vio nf louse, i
il 111 I'ti l ',ENI t \1' I , rite
liair tonies ifo e r a ts. ing thjruflain
irrtaionof N e a fo ae
Fresh Arrival of Se
Oue Case of Remnai
New Line of Barred M1
White and Black Lawi
Something New In Figi
Another Lot of Men's 4
Our large Spring trade
Large lot of Flour, the
Pure Lard and other G
Sfraw gft as4
Conne aind See Thenn.
WE WILL 11ANDLE
Give us Your Order and,
we will Keel) Your Trde,
all the Tine..
Plenty of Lemons this
Sugair 1 pounds for a
WANTED AT ONCE!
13 Yokes of Steers;
45 Milk Cows;
:3 Young 3Mules;
1 Good llorse;
And1( wanIt to pay for themi
in PIANOS, ORGANS and
At the GREENVILLE
Alexander Bros. & Co.
Nex\t door) to the expres oJ,itflice,
Chairls, 10 CentIs.
Suits of 10 Pieces,81 2.50
Collinis and Caskets at
any tiuse, daiy or igh:1t.
Push thle butt on on 0our
fr'ont door anid your' call
will be anisweredl himmeldi
To get yourl g'oods c5heapl
GREENVi LLE, N. C.
4gP"Telephonie N. 0 1 and 38.
The Picns Mlarkets.
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tt Bundlcs, same ol
red India Muslins, Fav
has necessitated a rc
BEST and CREAPES'1
ood Groceries always c
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;t Colors, and only 8 cents.
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Iticla monI 11 Danville R
Greenville and Columbia Divijon.
Condenlmed Scelif4dle July, 5th 1891,
Traim rit (oin 75th meridian time.
Go ng orth.Going South.
No. 15. No. 16.
6 15 un...Lv Charleston Ar...1 -50 at
10 i ....... Coillhill..... . 50 pl
12 3 pinn...... nnifn........ 6 29
1 5 -- A ri.... . )-tr tanbi1)ut1-g .... 5 30
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7 15. ......Morrihtowi...... 9 25
8 30 ...... Knoxville... 8 15
J) 15 ......Cinci nnati.. ... 8 00
6 40am ......Charleston...... 9 30 prd
0 10. .......Cotulbin....... 30
2 38 .... ..Prosperity...... 4 00
3 57pm. .....Newherty...... 3 42
2 15 .....Ninety 8ix...... 2 05
2 50 .. .. (Ireenwood..... 1 43
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5 20 L%.......l-Iton........12 20
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9 :5.......Walhaila....... 9 45
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A DIAMOND 1N THE ROUGH !
\~ (':i A.'I)NEI TllI MOUNTAiNS !
Ne:l the I hinighe4sI pr(int Iiast. of the
1444y 4. n,lis! Thcc al1titcitle, Mahtiii
eilhty de 41E'11Ss, inevr (abov14e ninety1 . lee
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unatu4 :n I 111 n'411 y,. IiII(st tI 1nher'1 and:1 4l
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"I1N THE LANU OF THE SKY!"
.Jul ius 1F. lIcgs, A tIrnIey for Blue
flidy,'e .l.ad A eneyc3, P i ckens1, S. C.
sia#un SCHOOL, CHURtCH, DAtas
. AND) 0001I HOUSE
and Public BId'ge.