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-MiN Vlstsuy is quite sick."
--8 A. Hagood, of Charleston, is in
-Several communications are crowded
-Ut this week.
--Camp meeting at Twelve Mile will be
In next Tursday, 1st prox.
-0, yez! 0, yer I Come into court
ext Monday at 10 o'clock, sharp.
-The work on the court house is pro.
wening rapidly and seatlbfactorlly.
-Sheriff Richey hasbeen busy the past
-ek gettting up Witnesses for-court.
-Mr. John Bradley has rented Mr. Bat'
le Smith's place. Mr. Smith will move to
-Mr. Walter Darr and family, of
freenville, spent last week at the Ambler
-Col. R. E. Bowen Is helping Mr. Day
) look after their work here on the new
4) -Be sure and come to Pickens next
aturday and witness the corner-stone lay
ig, a big time is expected.
-Mrs. W. A. - Hudson, of Greenville,
ient the past 'week with Mrs. W. W.
night, of Central township.
-Hagood, Brup & Co. are Improving
eir store buiillTig by adding a covered
atform to the east side for cotton.
-Dr. T. W. Folger, of Central, has so
r recovered his lhealth as to be able to
sumo the practice of his profession.
-Messrs. Gravley Bros. fiave purchased
new cotton press of Lewis &_Morris,
hich will be put in at their gin at once.
-The citizens of 10astatoe township are
most unanimiou for the railroad. The
gns are very hopeful for the building of
-All the State's pensioners are requested
call at the Clerk's olice and get their
oney, $12 each, the last payment for this
ear. J. M. ST EWART.
-The new improvements now going on
ere will add much to . the town and
isitors will soon think that our people are
eginning to wake up.
-Messrs. John Barton and 43tis Turner,
f Greenville county, visited Mr. J. M.
ealy this week. The boys were .pros
ecting in this county.
-Mr. C. L. Newman, of theWinnaborro
ranite quarries,' with two assistants, is at
rork dressing the granite steps, window
ed door sills for the new court house.
--Col. HIagood says that J. Mat B.9in,
f Pea Ridge Uls the best cotton he has
en in the State. That section will soon
old the ribbon for cotton.
-'The first bale new cotton sold ir-endle
)n was only tli'ee (lays later than thetirst
ale last year. It graded bctter and sold
;>r two cents less per pound.
-Surveyor J. A- Robinson, of Dacus
ille, last Taosday with the Sheriff,set off
homestead for the widow of the late
owen Smith, of Liberty tpwnship.
-The vestibule train on the Arr Line is
,roving a terror to reckless drivers. It is
to trouble for this flyer to slip up on a flop
ared mule and filp all hauds o'er the river.
-Miss Mary L, Allen, who has been vis
Aig Miss Ola lloligsworth for the past
.wu weeks, left last Monday for Macon,
a., where she will attend school this win,
-O.i the 23f.h -of A ugust,atithe residenice
f Mr. Mac Gravley, the father of the
ridle, Miss M. J. GIravley was nmarried to
ir. [. HI. Wat ts, Rev. O. L. Durant ollici
-If "Poor. deeducer" will viiit his
ueighbrs he .ilIliind that Pickens county
'armers, generally, are prosperi ng, and
m,we no fear of. the "wolf'' getting in at
.heir door this winter.
-The first bale of new cot,ton was
>rought sin lasqt Tuesday by Mr. G. A. lBar-.
-ett, of Pea Ridge. It classed good1 mid(
Dling andi was -5opght -by ilagood, Bruce
& Co. at:eightreents per pound.
-Mr. J. H.- .1rown, of Liberty, returned
last Thursday from a four weeks visit t,o
:-elative-s in Alabama. Mrs. Brown stop.
ped over with her !fathler, Mr. A. F. Mc
Cord, of Atlanta, who is quite ill.
S-Mr. A. Mr- Garrett. of Six Mile,
brought to this oflce lust Monday a cockle
burr stalk that was eleven feet in height,
and has raised a tomato that measured 16
einchie. in circumference; weight t12 pounds.
-Miss Victoria Collins, daughter of Mr.
Wmn. Collins, of Geonee county, died at
tthe home of Mr. Wmn. Kees, near Six Mile,
,Jast Sunday, aftcr a three weeks' Illness,
iaged 16 years. The funeral Was held at
Prater's Creek on Monday.
4, --Our merchants are getting: in -their fall
.stock cf goods. - They'are anticippting a
-good trade and-arc determined their . cus
tomers shall have no cause to go to the
.city, either for- styles, quality- or prices.
T1rade with your home p)eople.
-Prominent farmers of the county say
that the dry wether in August cut the cot
ton crop short 25 per cent, They also
ittate that the,.crop will all he open before
the usual time for frost, and that what is
snade will be betty than last year.
~~--Mr. Landrum, of Spartansburg, who
is writing up old revolutionary points in
the State will come here soon to visit old
Ft. George, which is on Capt. Steel's farm
on the Keowee. This Is the point from
which the Inidium -maid made her historie
trip to Ninety-Six.
--itev. B. 1lder, assisted by Rev.
Weldon, of Georgia, have been conducting
a series of meetings at the Presbyterian
chureh tho pa'st week. Much interest lias
been taken amad- no dloubt great good will
result, and sttcength added to the new Bap
tist church rec'ently Organized here.
- - -Several .ew pupils were enrolled at
the high scollast Monday. Prof. Justus
has made a favorable Impression lhere and
'viii no doubt wvork up) a good patronage
for the school. All of our citizens are
aware that a - good school is necessary to
the progress of .the town.
-The first alarm of fire during the year
was raised last- Sundlay, about noon. A
'mall tenant house on Mrs. Annm GIrifi's
place occupied,by liill Allen, colored, wvas
burned to the rouiid. Tihe family were at
.he camp meeting and it is supposed that
.he fire caught from the stove. The neigh.
>ors saved most of the contents.
-The rairad meeting at Six Mile last
3aturday was very enthusiastIc,,though not
iery largely attended there was enough of
h le repres,entative citizens of Hurricae
)rcsent whq were in faver of thme enter.
3rise to muake It safe to state that ,th,at
:ownship will go Its pro rata toward'the
mbseription., No one who wishes to help
he county cah conscietousuly oppose it..
-Coroner Boggs ma-caled on last Sat
irday evenL.ate hbld air Inquest-over the
'odies of Qporge Jamnison and- wife, color,
d, who weita killed by the north-bound
estibule train last Sunday afternoon. The
ouple wore- returning from the campi
neeting at Union, when crossing the Alr
Ane near Capt.- Whiten's the wagon was
truck by the train and Jamison and his
iite were instanitly kilid, and C'aroline
amleon, mother of the formner, serlouuly
ijured. Their owi. carole.,mnou was the
ause of the aseide't. Tne deed &nati
ved near *Mr. B, . Joluston's, and Weyi
woll thougt, of l4 !is neighbors,
The Institute for the whits teachers a
Pickens county convened at Liberty las
Monday. Pro. John G. Clinkscales an
Mies Hellen McMaster of Columbia, area
their posts of duty. The first thing on thi
program was an address by School Cow
missioner Bright who briefly outlined th
efforts made b him to secure a meeting fo
this county. hen followed Prof. Clink
scales, who very elaborately described th
object and purposes of an institute, an
added a great many things of a kindred no
tpre, highly entertaining and very interest
The speech of the morning was made b.
Miss W-bMaster, and a more interesting tall
I never heard from a lady. It is a litti,
ususual with us to see.a lady delivering at
addrefi -publltly, bat 1W this instance a
Lrepreentative of the'sterner'sex could hav
acquitted -himself with mnore ease or im
much grace or made- a' dee'per impression
She is at home in the institute work.
Profs. J. T. Price and 8. 0. 8terlin
were appointed to enroll the teachers an(
thirty-seven were found present. Stil
they come from all directions. The towi
will be full of pedagogues this evening.
Miss Lou Anna Morris was elected see
rotary and Prof. J. T. Price was requested
to report the proceedings of the meetin
to the papers.
W. 1. Justus, of the Pickens high school
will lecture Wednesday night at 8 o'clocl
an-1 Prof, Willis, of the Easley school, Fri
day night at the same hour. All th(
teachers seem to be in dead earnest, anc
and we sincerely hope the cause of educa
tion in Pickens county will receive an Im
petus not to he checked until Its grand and
ennobling Influences reach the remotest
parts of our county. P.
Letter From Misissippl.
EnITon SENT1NXL Please allow me i
little space to give you my thanks for youi
good paper. I received the first one ir
July, the first time I have seen a papei
from ny old home since I left there in '70,
I have rinbltd over two or three Statei
and have now settled down in Chocta
county, Mississippi. I have a good man3
kindred and friends in Pickens county thal
I have not heard from in several years,
and would like to see letters from some o
them. I would be glad to ramble over ol
Pea Ridge, and most of all be at Twelv
This county has a goo(d many South Caro.
linians in it. Most all tle old settiers are
from South Carolina. This is a good coun.
try for laboring men. The Missisippi val.
ley yields two bales of cotton per acr
If anybody can give me any informatiot
of the whereabouts of Sep Hughes, lie wil:
oblige S. A. ELLI8.
Chester, Miss., Sept. 12, 1891.
Frorn Gates South Carolina.
The negro camp meeting at Union is i
progress. There has been soone shIooting
reported, but no one hurt up to this w-i.
ting. But George Jamison, his wife auid
another negro were killed at the raiiroad
crossing at Capt. Whiten's by the vestibuk
train. A mule was badly mangled and
may die if not already 'lead, and a wagoi
Mr. W. 11. Thoinas and Miss Lou AnnF
Norris passed through this plae this morn
ing on their way to Liberty to the Institute,
More improvements are in progress ai
this place and nore to start soon.
Miss Victoria Collins, aged about 2.
years, died of typhoid fever at Mr. Wm
S. Kay's near Prater's, yesterday.
Mrs. Delilah Hughes is dangerously 11
with an abcess and a complication of dis
Mrs. Vaughn, the mother of Mr. Lewi
Vaughn, is lying very low with no hope o
recovery. Bon JONEs.
Chaildrenas' hay ExeCrcises.
The following is the program of .th
chikirens' day exercises to be held a
*olenoy church next Sunday.
t-Opening exercises by superintendent
R1ev.. M. L. Jones, 8 a. m.
2--Address by Sunday school workers
3--Address by Rev. D. C. Freeman.
4-Cotributions to the cause by th
members of the Sunday school.
6-Lecture on Sunday schooIts-Rev. J.
The mur,ical exercises will be conducte(
by Profs. 'Childers and Looper. All Sun
day school workers and the public gen.
erally nre cordially invited to attend.
Mi. L. JONEs, Supt.
Notice to Treaspausers.
All personA are wvarned not to tresspasi
on my land situate near the town of Libcr
ty, either hunting or fishing, or travelinj
over tihe same In any manner.' All tres
-passers will b~e punished to tihe extent o:
the law. Trtos. E. WIu.Ann.
. -tth Cuty Allance Meeting.
-T t .eDistrict Lecturer may be witl
usn, the Count.y Alliance will meet WVednes
day, October 7th, instead of tIle first Fri
*dahyin,October. We hope to have a gen
eral attendance of the brethren, andl espe
cially would 'like to have every sub- Alliane
represented, as we will have business o1
imp)ortance to the'Order undler considera
tion. W. T. O'DEL.L, Pres. Co. Alli.
The following speakers have been invit
edl to addiress the public at Liberty Octobei
6th (Tuesday): Col. L. L. Livingston, o
Atlanta, Ga., J. W. Talbert. J. Willian
Stokes, Col. D). K. Norris, Col. Jos. L
Keitt, of South Carolina. Let everybody
attend. 0. WV. SNxom.t'aos,
A grandl mass meeting of the sub-AlII
ances of the county has1 b)ee nrranngedl fo
at Liberty on Wednesday, October 6th
Speakers have been ihnvitedl, and will be an
nouncedl in (due timhe. All miemubers wil
w.eare white, all presidents white andl red
and lecturers white anid b)lue. Thie publi<
generally are invited, and to bring well filli
ed baskets. U. WV. SINmJ.mToN,
-Rev. W. K. Boggs, of Augusta, Gas.
passed through townl last Truesdlay en route
to Eanstatoe to visit his family who are vis
iting Mrs. Alexander, mother of Mrs
--Wanted, 25h,000 feet of good pop)la
lumber at the Standardl Furniture Factor,
in exchange for all kinds of first-class fur
niture. S. P. FREEMAN, Pro p.,
sow4t Field, S. C.
Don yon want a new stove? TJ~inware c
any kind, madle fromi the best material, c
some of the best and cheapest Jeans evt
offered in Pickens county? If so, go t
Lewis & MorrIs', the popular corner stor<
An old physician, retired from practic
having had placed In his hanids by an1 Ea
India missionary the formula of a simp
vegetab)le reuied yfor thei speedy and pe
nmanent cure of Consumption, Bronch iti
(etarrh, Asthlma, and all throat and Lur
Aqections, also a positive and radical cun
.for Nervous Debility and all NervousCon
plasints, after havmng tested its woniderfi
curattive powers In thtousandi of oases I
felt it hIs duy to make It known to hIs su
fering fellows, Actritate by this~ motivo ar
adesire to relieve human suffering I wi
end fre of caiarge, to all who diesire I
this reci po, ia German, French or Englil
wIth tnll directions for pre jxring and iu
ing. IBent by mali by drossingwil
stamp, naming tis paper. W. A. Noye
82 Poer's Bock, oaeter, M. Y
New Mailroad Develoiuents Ior the
f Up Country and Pekens Country.
t The Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Rall
I rad running from Fayetteville,N.C.byUn
t ion C. 1H., Glenn Springs, Greenville 0. H.
Pickene U. H., through Hurricane town.
phip to the High Falls, by Walhalla and
then to the Il!ghiands in N. C., and on to
I Chattanooga, Tenn., is the latest railroad
- enter pris contemplated. It will be of In.
3 calculable benefit to Pickens county and
I the whole country through which it passes,
and especially Hurricane township in this
- county, where we have an abundance of
fine timber, and which produces the finest
cotton in the State. We understand from
L a reliable source thatGreenville has already
) guaranteed $80,000 to the enterprise.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR
A fine farm of 224 acres in Central
township on graded road from Pendleton
to Fort Hill, 2 miles from Pendleton and
1 mile from Clemson College; 140 acres in
high state of cultivation, 20 acres of fine
branch bottoni. 75 acres of fine timber,
new 6-room cottage residence with hall
and two porches, 2 tenant houses. fine
well water. This is one of the best farms
in Upper Carolina.
Also the W. E. Bellotte store house and
lot in the town of Central now occupied
by Mr. Hunter. There is a good granery
on this lot and it is a No. 1 business stand.
All the above property must be sold on
Sale Day in November if not disposed of
at private sale before that time. Terms,
one-half cash, balance in one year. Ad
dress Pickens Land Agency, Pickens, S.
C., or the undersigned' at Pendleton, S. C.
toct29 M. M. i UN riER, Trustee.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
L County of Pickens.
Pursuant to an Act in relation to aban
doned lands, approved December 24, 1869,
and by direction of James G. Gibbs, State
Agent, I have levied upon and will offer
for sale to the highest bidder at Pickens
C. H., S. C., on
Sale Dale in October, 1891,
during the legal hours of sale, the follow
ing described parcels or tracts of land sit
uate io the county and State aforesaid:
Unknown 10,000 acres, Eastatoe town
ship between Big Eastatoe and T( oxaway.
Ephriam Gilstrap, 790 acres oin Little
and Big Eastatoe Creek.
Unkuown 800 acres on waters of Little
W. N Jordan & Co., 1,000 acres on
headwaters of Cove Creek.
Estate A. Jackson Stewart, 450 acres,
on llir Eastatoe.
Estate J. 8 Guignard, 4,427 acres on
Big Eastatoe and Cove Creek.
11. A. RICH1EY, S. P. C.
PlK OX.SHIGH SHO Is
Begins September 14th, 1891.
COURSE OF STUDY.
The following course of study has been
Sixth Grade-Appleton's Chart, Slate
Work, iteading, Good Morals and Man
ners, Writing1, $t.25.
Fifth Gradc-Arithmetic, Orthography,
Drawing. Reading, Good Morals and Mlan
ners, Writing, Moulding, $1.25.
Fourth Grade-Powell's low to Talk,
Arithmetic, Geography, Orthography, Or
thoepy, Drawing, Reading Good Morals
r and Manners, Writing, History of South
Carolina. $1. 75.
Thli rd Grade-G ramn,ar Arithmetic,
Gleography, D raw in, , Reading. Good Mor
als and Manners, Vriting, Physiology,
IIistory of the United States, $1.75.
Second G rade-Gramnmar, Arithmet.ic,
Geogra phy, Civil Go vernent, Drawing,
Rhetorie and Comnposi tion. Writing, Phys
iology. History of the United States, $2.50@
First, Grade- Grammar, Algebra, Phys
ical GJeoirap)hy, Conunercial Law, D)raw
ing, English Literature, Writing, Wells'
Science of Common Things, $2. 50.
Advanced Grade-1st year, Latin, Alge
bra, Geometry. Greek. Natural Phyloso
phjy, General Hist ory; 2d,year, Latin, Bot
an,Astronomy, Greekc, 4olgy; 3d year,
-Latin, Chemistry, Geology, Greek ,Phys
Tlhose who enter are expectedl to pay for
whole term, except in ease of p)rotract.ed
illness or where some special arrangement
has been made.
Jk>ard and washing, from $0 to $10 per
~Msic$3 per month.
Book-keeping, $3 per mionIth.
W. B. JUSTUS, Principal.
Special Summer Sale!
ONE Thousar.d Superb New PIANO3
iand OlRGANS, from best makers,
only, to be sold during July, August, Sep
tember and October, 189 , at spot cash
- prices, with payment November 15th next.
r No interest.
- PIANOS---25 cash and balance No
- v'ember lothl, 189t.
I ORG ANS-*i0 cash and balance No.
REM EM HElR -- Lowest cash rates. No
- advance. No Interest. Write or call on
J. C. GARRnETT, Gates, 8. C.,
OrJ. L. HIA YNIE& r,)A UG HERS,
Greenville, P. C.
A Household Remedy
Botanic Blood Balm
* SCROFULA, ULCERS, SAL.T
.__It_____ RHEUM, ECZEMA, every
form of malignant SKIN I.RUPTION, be
e sides being eflicacious In toning up the
S. system and restoring the eonstitutien,
cwthen Impaired from any cause. ite
almost supernatural healing properties
r ustify us In guaranteeing a care, if
directions are followed.
I' BENT FREE o".t7.a...
'3- PL000 BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
SCHOOL CHURCH, SANN
II ~AND 450UR1 itousE
Settoeefor R. Rt. Depote
h and Public BId'ga.
GATES DESI 00.
6;"' GRLVILSIt,. O
Bought by Mr. W
further particulars and c
VE WANT TO DEA!
The record for. the next sixty days,
selling goods to cash customers, and
in order to do this we will offer great
inducements to cash buyers. -
Our immense fall stock is now ar
riving and the question is, "Where
will we put all the goods we have
bought?" We propose to put a good
many of them in our customers'
hands if they will let us.
We have bought too nany jeans
and shoes. Our profts. will be very
short until we run the. goods off.
Tremendous stock of men's shirts
from 35 cents p. ' -
Big stock of horse pn mule shoes,
nails, &c. Buy the best .pocket knife
you ever owned from us. Fine line of
tin ware, crockery vare, decorated
ware and iron ware.,
Do you want a good 6tove; then
bring a little money and pay on one
and we will wait on you for the bal
ance, then we can supply you most
everything the human family needs to
cook on one. Prices always right.
Turnips are a good thing for man
and beast. We have all kinds of seed.
Buy your tobacco from us.
H A RRIS& MOR RIS.
Chairs, 40 Cents.
Suits of' 10 Pieces,$ 12.50
Parlor Suits, Plush
Coffins and Caskets at
any time, day er nightL
Push the button on out
front door and your call~
Will be answered linmedi-'
To get your goods cheap
PANTZLER & SIITHI
63 and 65 Main St.,
GRIEENILLEA, S. C.
3WTelephone Nos. 04 and 88.
Non- Rtesident SunaneD.
THUs STATE~ OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of P'ickenw.
Comimn Pleas Court.
Edith E. Miller. Plaintiff,
M. M. hmnter, narry P. Miller, Percy
W. Miller, D). Maud Miller, Mairt ha P,
Miller, Carolinec V. Miller, Edith Rt.
Miller. Beatrice A. Miller and H Camp
bell Miller. Demfendants.
To the D)efendants ab,ove named:
YOU are hiereb)y suummonedl and( required
to answer the comp)laint in this action,
which '.is ftled'e in the (oflce of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas for the
sa1id county, and to sorvo a copy of
your answer to the saId. complaint on the
subscriber, at their office 'in Anderarn C.
H., Anderson county, 8. C., wIthin
twenty dlays after the service hereof, ex
clusive of the (lay of such sorvice, and if
you fail to answer the comp>laint within
the time afaresaid, the plamntiff in this
action will app)ly to the Court for the re
I ief demIianded in the complaint.
D)ated SelptemberT 2'0, A I)., 1891.
WHI1TNER~ & SIMPSON,
*J. M. STEWART', C. C. P. [8eal.]
To the absent defendants,Harry P. Miller,
Caroline V. Miller, Edith iR. Miller,Be
atrice A. Miller and IH. Campbell Mil
Take notIce, that the complaInt in this
action and the summons of which the'
foregoin~ is a copy, were filed In the office
of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas for Pickensu county H. U.,* at Pick
ce, C. HI., on the 15th daiy of Sept ember,
1891. WIHITNERt & SIMPBON,
JT. M. STEWARTr, C. C. P. [Seal.]
T.> all of the defendants uabove n amedl,
except MI. M. Haunter:
Take notiee, that unuless you procure
the appointment of a guardian ad lit emn
to appear ad deCfend this action (on your
hehalf withi twenty da from the ser
vice of the suamnons hierein upon you,
the plaintiff will apply to the'Clerk o ftheC
Court Commnon Pleas for Pickers county
In.said Stato,fo,r an order appointing sonme
mituable and proper p)(eso guardian adl
litenm for you. to appear and defend this
action in your behalf.
WIllTrNERI & BIMPSON,
Are now receiving and opening their
FALL GOODS! 1;iii
M. Hagood in Now York. Watch this space for fuller and
)me their store for
AEJS AND UAlGAJ1S.
OD, BRUCE & CO,,
Pickens, S. C.
rHE RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
ATLANTA AND CHARLOTTE AIR LINE I'Y .DIVISION.
Schedule in effect August 2, 1891.
IOU'Il1OUNI-Rvad Down. *D1ily. NoIrrimoUm)-Read Up.
No. 87. *No. 11. *No. 9. STATIoNs. *No. 10. *No. 12 No. 88.
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3 14p1 pill I 02 piII o 11 amilv......... Lula...........V 950p111 11 36 am 8 14 pm
3 36 pi 10 28 pmil 11 am v ...... .Gainesville. .....lv 9 24 11I 1111 am 2 52 pm
....... 19 9 pi 31 m . . . .Flowery Branch ....1 1) 07 pin 10 48 am ........
.......I 1 0:1 )im111 -16 am11 IV . 1. . iford.........v . 52 pil 10 33 m ........
....... 11 17 i s111 59 am v . .... Suwai e........v 8 :17 pm 10 17 an ........
....... 11 29 pm 12 12 pm Iv.........Diluth ......... v 8 21 pm 10 06 am ........
....... I1 .12 pmn 1224 pm lv ........ Noreross........lv 8 11 pm 9 55 am ........
....... 11 51 pn;12 35 pm lv.......amlee......lv 7 59 pm 9 43 am .......
5 00 pm 12 ;30 pm 1 10 pIm: r.... . tlanta ........lv 7 20 pm 9 10 am 1 25 pm
Additional trains N0,;. 17 and 1.8-Lla atcconmiodat iou, daily except Sunday,
eaves Atlanta 5:30 p i., arriv a Lula 8:12 p. in. Returning, leaves Lula 6:00 a. in.,
tirives Atlanta 8:50 a. im.
Bet-ween LIla and Athens-No. 11 daily except Sunday, and No. 9 daily, leave
Lula 10:05 p. mn., anid 11: 10 a. mn.. arrive Athliens 12:05 a. m.' and 1.40 p. mn. IReturn
ing, leave Athlers, No 10) dily exce'pt Suilay, and No. 12 dailr, 7.20 p. mn. and 8.30
1. mn., arrive L.ula 9.20 p ini. and 10.30 a. in.
Bet wi(en Tiocci a and l1-'. berto n-No 61 dadIly except Suniday, leave Toccoa 12.55 p.
mn., arm lve lberton 4 -i5 p. mn. Rieturning, Nos. 60 daily except Sunday, leave Elber
ton 5. 45 a. mn. arrivyes 'Toreon 9. 15 a in.
Nos. 11 and 12 carry Pullmnan Sleepers het ween Washington and Knoxville via
Batisbuiy, and 9) and 10 between Atlana and New York.
on No. 11 no change in day coaches from New York to A tlanta.
Nos. 3I7 and 38 -Washaington and Soulthwestern Vestibuled Limited, bet.ween At
lanta and WVashington. On this t raIn ext ra fare is chargeid in connect ion with Ii rst.
3Iass tickets, not exceeding *2.00 over and above usual Pullbnan charges to any~ pintm.
For detailed informat ion as to local and through ti me tables, rates and Pullman
31e'ciig-ear reservatinis, confler with local agents. or aitddress
JAS. L. TA YLOH, L. L. McCLESKEY,
Gen't Passengyer Agent, Di1visionm Pass. Agent,
W- H1. GREEN, Geni'I Manager. C. P. HIAM31OND. Siipt
sOL~ IIA.AS, TIraille~ Manager, Rlichmn.md, Va.
Having dedded oan making soe very iruportant changes
n our business in the aoar future, we wiLl, unit4 further niotice,
>ffer our entire asock at bargala day prices, and we wish to
a11 your attention to the fact that we never advertise what we
lo not mean to (10.
We have a complete stock of general merchandise, and
will make you prices on everything that wvill make you buy if
you want anything at all.
We are also manufacturer's agents for all kinds of mill
tnd farm machinery, and able to make you as close p)rices as
WVe are selling the best sewing machine ever offered in
his county for the money, and will miake you easy termns.
Stoves! WVell, most of you have neighbors who have
ought stoves from us. Ask them where to buy. WVe arec
Nilling for you to do as they tell you. WVe guarantee every
;tove and every piece of ware.
\Ve mean business. Come and see us often.
L EW IS & M OR RIS,
The Popular Corner Store,
5febel lickenm,s. .C.
WYe WVant your Trade, andI will do everything in
rpower to please you.
We GUARANTfEE 01111 DitUGS and Everything
ulw ell, to be pure.
Pr'cecr ipionus CarefullNy Cornpounuded at Moderate
Stop to see us when~ irn Greenviylle.
A. B. & J. 1L CARPENTER,
-MANSION HOUSE DRUG STORE.
Greenville, S. C.
B OK Thorough, Practical Instruction
BRPk K 8W Catalogue free. Writ to0
YANT & STA 0COLLEGE. LOUISVILLE. KY.
Richund dr DanvIlle R
Greenville and Columbia Division.
Condensed Schedule Sept 6th, 1891.
Trains run on 75th meridian time.
Going North. Going South.
No. 15. No. 16.
6 15 am...Lv Charleston Ar...12 50 am
10 15 .......Columbia....... 8 50 paz
12 88pm....... Union........6 29
1 55 Ar.... 8partanburg.... 5 80
8 06 ........ryon........ 4 17
3 41 .........Saluda........ 8 41
4 09 .......Flat Rock...... 8 16
4 22 .... Hendersonville .... 8 01
5 17 .......Asheville....... 1 55
6 40 ......Hot Spring .....12 28
5:50 . Paint Roc ..... 1 55 am
7 13 ......Morristown...... 9 25
8 30 ...... Knoxville...... 15
10 15 ......Cincinnati.... lv 8 00 pm
No. 18. No. 14.
6 40am......Charleston. 9 0 pm
11 10 ...... Coumbia....... 680
12 38 ... ..Prosperity...... 4 00
12 57pm.......Newberry...... 8 42
2 35 ......Ninety Six...... 2 05
2 50 ...... Greenwood..... 1 48
4 00 Ar....Abbeville..Lv..12 85m
4 10 Lv......Belton........12 20
4 42 ........ Pelzer .......11 52
5 00 ...... Piedmont ......11 85
5 40 Ar.... Grecaville ...Lvl1 00
5. 48.......Anderson...11 88
6 40 lv..... Pendleton......10 65
7 -5 lv...... eneca .......10 17
8 25 ..-.... Walhalla....... 9 45
12 30 .......Atlanta........
No. 17. No. 18.
8 50am......Prosperity...... 8 16 pm
0 07 .......Newberry...... 8 00
10 22 ......Ninety Six...... 6 52
10 45 ......Greenwood...... 6 22
11 55 .......Abbeville...... 5 15
12 15pin........Belton........ 4 00
12 50 .. .... Anderson...... 8 85
No. 7. No. 8.
6 00pn.......Columbia...... 9 40 am
7 28 .......Prosperity...... 8 18
7 45 ......Newherry....... 8 05
9 08 .......Clinton. ......6 52
9 45 ........Laurens....... 0 20
No. 9 No. 10.
12 2 .........Belton....... 5 05 pm
12 53 ........Pelzer........ 4 28
1 10 .......Piedmont ...... 4 11
1 45 ......Greenville...... 8 85
No. 45. N o. 42.
9 00 am. Newberry ...... 8 40 pm
10 55 ........Clinton....... 6 00
11 55 ... ....Laurens....... 5 16
Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10. 18, 14, 17, 18, 42 and 48
atily except Sunday.
Pullman Sleepers on trains 15 and 16,
bet ween Charleston, S. C. and Cincinati,
Dhio, via Atlantic Coast Line, Columbia,
Asheville. Paint Rock, Morristown, Knox
ville..3ellico and Junction City.
SOL IA AS, Traille Manager.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, Gen'l. Pass. Ag't.
J. A. DOI)SON, Supt.
W. 11. GIREEN. Gen'l. Manazer.
W. A. TURK, Asst. Gen'l Agent,
Charlotte, N. C.
TO RBXT OR SLLLI
I propose to rent for a number of
years at 9 bales of cotton per year,
or sell for $4,500, my plantation on
which 'Wmn. I ajor lives, on the Salu
da river, 10 miles from the city of
Greenville, on which there are tenant
houses and good corn and cotton
land sufficient for six horses.
And to rent my Taylor farm 4
iles south of Easley, near Carmel
Church, for a number of years, at 4
bales of cotton per year, or sell the
p)lace for $2,500. There are on this
iAace 2 good dwellings and 1 tenant
110ons0, a good orchard and good land
sufficient for a two.hiorse crop, well
located and in a good section of the
I also have other lands to rent or
sell. Come and see mec if youi want
C- L. [UL LINGS WORTHf,
Pickens, 8. 0.
TEll ATLANTIC COAST LIN3 R3
Wihnington, N. C., Aug, 5th, ?891.
Fast Line between Charleston and Ce.
Ihuubia and uipper South Carolina and
Wecstern North Carolina.
Going WVest. Goig Es.
No. 52. No. 58.
6 15 a.m . .Lv Charleston Ar.. 12 50 a.m
7 45...........Lanes-.---17 lp.m
8 57..........umter..10 07
10 05 . ..Ar Columbia LV... 9 00
3 42 p. ....Winnsboriro..4 19
41 52.........Chester...8 25
6 I5 ....orkvi'l.... 1 40
7 30o ...Lnnenister... 8 20 a m
5 :11 ...Rock I111.... 2 45 p.m
6 30 .. .Charlotte, N. C. .. 1 55
12 57 p.m Ar Newbirry,KSC., Lv 8 42 pma
2 56........reewood..1 43
S-1 . ....Luren.... 6 20 am
5 50 ...Anderson..11 32
5 3j ...Greenville..11 05
8 25.........Walhlla.... 9 45
4 00l ...Abbevill...12 35
1 55 ....partalnhur' .. .. 5 0 t
4 22 Hlendersonville, N. C 8 01
5 17 .. .Asheville. 1N. C... 2 00
~ho 14 ~ N:4G~
5 18 p. m....Charleston ... .11 85 a, mn,
7 10.......... Lnes..9)5
H 35 .. . Sinter.. . 8 20
10 00 Ar... Columbia . Lv 7 00
Solid trains between Charleston and Co
lumnbia, S. C. T1. M. EMERISON,
Glen. Pass. A gent,
J. R.. KENi.v, Oen'l Managwer.
R. M. WERTZ,
MONUME3NTS, TOMBSTONES, COR.
NEll STONES, ETC.,
Made on short notice. Satisfaction Guar
ante.ed, and prices as low as the lowest,
the quality of the work at all times bein '
I am agent for the best iron and wire
fences on the~ market. Give me a call
and try my work. Rt. M. ERT'Z.
County Commilssioner's salt.
The County (Commissioners of Pickem.s
county, Sout.h Carolina, will sell to the
highest bidder on saleaday in October
next, at Pickens. court house, the follow
ing lots of land situated in the town of
Plckens, in the county and state afore.
said, to.wit : Lots 48, 78, and 76 on Gar.
viin rtrect, Boweni strei t and ibendleton
avenu te, containIng three and one-fourth
(8t) acres more or less. Said lote to be
cut up into one-half acre lot,a and sold In
half-acre lots. Plats of which can be
seen in the county commissionmee' office
on or before the (lay of sale.
TERMS CASH--Purchaser to pay for
all papers and recordinig the same.
Clerk B. C. C.