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-11ring all the railroad petitions in next
-Valuable town property at'a bargal n
I& the Land Agency this week.
-Mr. 0. Eugene Hollingsworth has
been very Ill for the past ten days.
Pr. and Mrs. J. B. Carpenter passed
through town last .Saturday, enrouto for
-Miss Lida Hagood left for Charleston
last Tuesday, where she will attend school
-901. J. 19. Hagood purchased 10,877
acres of the vacant lands sold by the State
-Good new middling cotton Is now
bringing 6 cents. There Is no market for
last year's crop.
-Tuesday was a cool day for the Alli
ance picnic at Liberty. Details will be
given next week.
-Rev. Chas. Manley, D. D., of Green
Ville, will preach in the Presbyterian
church here, Thursday evening, at 7:30.'
-Mr. Jas. T. Singleton, of Pickens, has
Durchased the Thode place of Mr. Wi. J.
Btribling, and expects to move this fall.
-At the examination of teachers last
Priday, there were nine applicants. One
Grst grade, two second and four third grade
certifieates were issued.
--There was a fair crowd in 'attendance
Upon sale day, but many farmers stayed at
home to gather the white staple with which
h,elds are now covered.
-Clerk Hagood, of the U. S. court, left
ter Spartanburg Tuesday, where the court
will convene to hear argument In the fa.
mous Coosaw injunction case.
-Prof. Justus has interested several of
our young men in the subject of a brass
band for this place. There is plenty of
material here to make a good one.
-Messrs. B. F. Perry and L. W. Park
er, of Greenville, attended the land sales
here last Monday. Mr. Perry invested in
a tract of 800 acres of the State lands.
-From 1: 15 to 7 p. m. last Sunday, 1tO
buggies, carriages and wagons, and 83
horsemen passed through town returning
from the campmeeting at Twelve Mile.
-The demand for cotton pickers has
rnade a scarcity of labor in these parts.
Cotton is being gathered taster and in bet
ter shape than ever before in this county.
-On last Sunday the 4th inst., at the
residence of the bride's father, Mr. Tiinan
Smith, Mr. E. Kennemore was married to
Miss Malinda C. Smith, Rev. S. A. Gary
-On last Sunday the 4th instant, at the
residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. Mat
'i Stewart, near Field, Miss A. C. Stew
art was married to Mr. Win. D. Gravley,
11ev. 0. L. Durant officiating.
-Prof. Justus' school is still improving,
:and if the present rate of increase in the
number of pupils is kept up, lie will be
compelled to employ an assistant. The
Cpatrons like the new teacher very much.
-The Pickens cotton market is as good
as any poiLt on the railroad, and our iner
,chants are selling fall goods at city prices.
NCome in and see the new court house loom.
ing up and make your fall purchases.
-Guard C. P. Richardson, of the peni
tentiary, came up last Monday and left the
same evening with James I. lolliday uand
six negro convicts, Pickens' contribution
to Capt. Talbert's force. The sheriff has
seven boarders left.
-The six town lots sold last Monday by
Ike County Commissioners, brought fair
prices, and were bought by parties who
are Interested .In insprovinmg the town.
'When these lota are improved it wvill help
the town considerably.
--Rev. 0. L. Durant moved back to his
tewn residence last Mouday. Mr. Younag
blood, who has occupied t-he property this
summer, has moved into the new house
built by Dr. Earle on his "Kelly hill" plaice
just out of town, -on the Glasey mountaini
-The County Com'ndsioners will hold
a special meeting next Monday to consider
the petition for a railaoad election to be
held eouring next month for the purpose of
Voting the subscription to the Pickens and
Easley railroad. In a month this p)rojet
weill take definite shape.
-Prof. Dargan's family left for Spartan
burg last week, carrying with them the
best wishes of many sincere friends he.re
1rho reluctantly gave themi up. This esti
meable family are a great acquisition to any
commun)ity, and Spartanburg is fortunate
In securing them as citizens.
-Robert shipmau, a white man em
p loyed at the cotton ginl of Mr. John C.
Bgga, of LI berty township, had the mis
furtune to get his hand caught, in thme gin
and lost two tingers, besides getting his
arm considerably lacerated. Dr. ilollings
worth dressed lis wounds.
-Owing to unavoidale business press
ure, Messrs. Burkhalter and T1homnpson, of
Augusta, were unable to reach here last
31onday and make the final arrangement
for the commencement of wvork'on our rail
road. They will come at an early day3 to
be agreed upon, of which due notice will
--It is said that en last Sunday there was
from 4,000 to 5,000 people en the ground
at Tweive Mile during the 11 o'clock ser
mon. Good order prevailed. Thie old
time order of "'Gents to the right and In
dcos to the left," was enforced and cauIsed
no little grumbling as '"dad" had to wres
tle with the bab.y most of the time.
-Last Sunday night at Twelve Mile
there was an unusual out, pouring of Grace.
T1hose who have witnessed many re
vivals at tils noted place say that it. wvas
among the greatest that ever took place
there. Many cold andl inactive prIofes~sors
were wakened up, and thirty..two sinners
confessed and camne forward and gave
4hemselves to the church.
-Dr. J. B. Carpenter, of Marietta, is
.dev.eloping into quiite a mechanical genius.
*haLst week lie showed us a drawing of a
car coupler that will soon he paten)ted( amnd
which will no doubt be a success and a
regular life preserver for the emnployes of
railroads. Cars can be coupled andl un.
coupled without any danger by a novice,
and the engineer will be warned of t,he
fact by the sounding of a gong.
-Married, at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. Archelaus Lay, Wednu-eda.
morning, at 0.33 o'clock, September 30th,
1891, by Rev. G. 0. Mayes, Mr. John 1.
McCarey and Miss Joanna L.ay. After re.
selvIng the hearty congratulations of thmeim
friends present, the bride amnd grooms weni
4,o Beneca, where they boarded the Ah
Line train for Charleaton via Spartanhurag
to spend the hioneymoonm. We wish th<
couple much joy, happiness and prosperit.)
thr-ough life.- K owee Courier.
-The County Commissioners' oftice waj
crowded last Tuesday by parties from th<
lower section of the county who are (direct
ly interested in the Easley and Liberta
road. The main question was whether the
road would go by the up per or lower route
A number of wItnesses were sworn and ex
amined pro and con, Most of the day wan
4aken up by this case, as those who fough
the road made a strong fight against it
The petition was granted and theo road all
be laid ont out In about two weeks. Somi
othe.r petitions were heard and testimnon'
%akcru which will hc nitri on lte,
cafied was the State against E B. Lthem
for assault with Intent to kill. J. P. Carey
Esq., represented the defendant. The en
tire forenoon was taken up by this case,
and after hearing the evidence and argu.
ment of counsel, the jury retired and in an
hour made a verdict of "Not Guilty."
The trial of J. I. Holliday for murder
lasted about a day and a half. The Solici
tor was ably assisted in the prosecution by
H. 0. Bowen, Esq. The :lefendant had an
able advocate in Mr. J. P% Carey, who ex
hausted every point that could be made in
his favor. Ils Honor, Judge Kershaw,
made a fair and Impartial charge of 15
minutes duration. At 6 p. m. on Wednes
(lay the jury retired to make up their ver
dict. It took them just three hours and
twenty minutes to agree. At 9:30 Judge
Kershaw took his Reat on the bench with
Il the ofilcers present. A large and impa
tient crowd gathered li the court room to
hear the verdict. The prisoner took his
seat in the dock, and the twelve men who
bad passed upon his fate, filed in and the
foreman handed the docunient to the Clerk
who read the finding, which was "man
slaughter with a recommendation to mer
cy." The verdict created some surprise,
but no demonstration was made. On
Thurday Holliday was sentenced to three
yeais in the penitentiary and to pay a flue
Berry Williams, Wim. WUlliams ned IIar
vey Kelley, all colored, guilty of stealing,
one year each In the penitentiary.
Win. Sitton, colored, not guilty.
Wi. Willis, carrying concealed weapons
guilty, and fined $25 which he paid.
Bob Davidson, housebreaking and lar
ceny, Fuilty; one year at hard labor.
Louis Powell, assault, guilty; seated sen
Civil Docket--Owing to the large amount
of crininial business ouly two jury cases
on the civil side of the court was disposed
W. T. Griflin et al vs. J. T. Anthony,
slander; the jury was out all night and fail
ing to agree, a mistrial wias ordered.
Archer vs. Mcinritt, verdict for plaintiff.
Several orders of reference were passed,
and some of the equity eases appointed to
be heard at chambers on the circuit.
Court adjourned sine die at 1 P. m. on
Last Friday morning at 3 o'clock, Mr.
John M. Hendricks, (Dinctuni John) died
very suddenly at his home near Six Mile,
from appoplexy. Aged about 70 years.
Mr. Hendricks was one of the foremost
citizens of the county, and one who has
done much to develope the farming inter
ests of the Pea Ridge section. le was for
many years a consistent niber of the
Methodist church,andi a man universally re
spected and loved. In his death the coun
ty loses one of its best citizens. The burial
took place at Fairview graveyard on Satur
day, where the last sad rites were perform
ed by Bates Lodge A. F. M., in the pres
ence of a large concourse of friends of the
We, the undersigned land owners, do
hereby warn all persons not to hunt on our
laud layitig neair and around i'ablle Rock.
Any one caught trespassing will he prose
cuted to the full extent of the law.
J. B. Sutherland,
W. J. Ponder,
J. M. Gwyn,
L. K. Carpenter,
J. . Cirpenter,
N. A. Kvith,
Geo. W. Taylor.
The Easley Townshi) Singing assoeia
lion will imeet at Antioch M. E. church on
Sunday, October lith, i8M., at IT n'eclock
a. in. Thle public is cordially invited.
WV. II. Nix, Pres't.
That, the District Lecturer many be wvith
us, the Couitty Alliance will mieet Wednes
(liy, October 7i.h, instead of the first Fri
dlay in Octobier. WVe hope to halve a genm
eral aittendiince of the brethren, and espe
cilly would like to htav' .eery sub-Alliane
rep)resented ais we wvil have t)msine'ss of
imp)ortance to the Oii der' undler considera..
tion. WV. T. O'Da., Pies. Co. Alli.
Notice to Trre'0asse(ru.
All persons are warnedl not to tresspass
on my land situate near the town of Liber..
ty, either hunting or fishing, or traveling
over the same in any manner. All tres
piassers will L-e punished to the extent of
the laiw. lTuos. E. Wiui.Am>i.
The surest means to rid yourself of that
distressing cough is to use Dr. Bull's Cough
Syru'p, 25 (ts.
"'Mrs. Jones sits at the wvindlow all (liy
as placid as a1 May imornitng, anid her five
small children play3 hide and seek on the
bnteh stairs." No wondler! Shie uses Sal
vat!on Oil for sprains and cuts.
There senmed to be someC uncertainty
abo,ut the proper meatns (of cuimt eatarrh,
lmit it hais beenm found( that Old Sau.tl's Ca
tarrh Cure does thme work at once and per.
it.l When~yo see ai brighit baby pleased with
itefadeverybodly else be sure thait Dra.
Bull's Baby Syriup) has been used. 01113 25
cets a bott'c.
S. J. .Johnison, cotrt iCor' amnd buiiiler.
Wor done oni shoiurt not ice. and sat isfar
tioni guarniteed. AddIress P'iedmont, S. C.
Dou you wiat a niew st(.ve? 'lTiinae of
any13 kind, made(1( fromti the bmest limateriail, or'
sotme of the biest andiu cheapest Jeanis ever
o'fferedi in P'ickenms coutnty? If so, go to
Lewis & .M(irris', thme popuhtIlir cornier store.
Cons'm ump,tion Cu red.
Anl 01(d physician, retired( from lractice
having hatd laced inl his hands by an East
Inidia miissionarlty theit formula of a siml e
vegetaible reimledy for the speedly and1( per
mannenlt cure of Conisumption, Bironchtitis,
Catarrh, Asthma, and1( all throat aind Lutng
Aliections, also a positive and1( radtieial cure'
for Nervous Debility atnd all Nervous Com.
plaits, after having testedl its wondierfuli
curative powvers in thousands of cases has
felt it his duty to tmake it knownm to his suif
fering fellows. A ctuhate by this mtiive andiu
a desire to relieve huaman suff'erinmg, I will
sendu free of chiarge., to all who dlesire' it.
thiis recipte, in Germtian, F"renchi or Em.Ilish,
with full directionsa for prep)arinig anid us
ing. Senit by tmiail by addressing with
staimp, naming this paper. W. A. Noyes,
821) Power's Block, Rochester, N. Y.
J1. W. Yates, Tiullahmm ma, Tlennt. ,wrts
'"it noes ime goo d to Ipra:ise Botanic Blood
Bahn. It cured( me o,f ani obs5ess on tIme
lunigs and atsta that, troubtled ime twou
yeairs antd that other remedies failed to ben-.
-*Wated, 25,000 feet of goodl poplar
lumbuer at the Standard Funiitutre Factory
in exchange for all k inds of first-claiss fur
ituire. S. P. FI:O;.Ns, Prop.,
eowL Fie!d, S. C.
South Carolina Colleg'e!
Opens Sepitembter 20th. Entrane' lx
amnationa begin Sep)tembier 2-1Ih. Clah s
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ses. Thirteen Professors.
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VALUABLE PROPERTY FOI
A flne farm of 224 acres in Centra
township on graded road from Pendletoi
to Fort, Hill, 2 miles from Pendleton an
I mile from Clemson College; 140 acres ii
high state of cultivation, 20 acres of tin,
branch bottom. 75 acres of ftine timber
new 0-room cottaue residence with hal
and two porelies, 2 tenant houses, fini
well water. This is one of the best farim
in Upper Carolina.
Also thc ). E. lellotte store house an<
lot im the town of Central now occup;e<
by Mr. llenry. There is a good graner
on this lot and it is a No. 1 business stand
All the above property must be sold oi
Sale _Day in November if not disposed o
at private sale before that time. Tern
one-half cash, balance in one year. Ad
dress Pickens Land Agency, Pickens, S
C., or the undersigned at Pendleton, S. C
toct29 3. M. ILUNTElR, Trustee.
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COlZSE OF STUI)Y.
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Board and washlig, from $0 to $10 pe
M~uisic, $.3 per mionih.
Eloemtion, $2 per umonit hx.
Booik- keepinig, $3 per mionthi.
W. B. JUSTUS, Principal
Special Summer Sale
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only, to lbe sold during ,July, A ugust ,Se
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prices, withi paymenI t No'vember 15th next
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PT AN(OS--8.25 cash and balance No
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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 imnense !fll 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 hiave bought too many jeans,
and shoes. Our profits will be very
short until we run the goods off.
Tremendous stock of men's shirts
from 35 cents up.
Big stock of horse and mule shoes,
nails, &c. Buy the best pocket knife
you ever owned from us. Fine line of
tin ware, crockery ware, decorated
ware and iron ware.
Do you want a good stove; then
i 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 yonr tobacco from us.
]JATZLEP & SMITH,
-Chairs, 40 Cents.
Suits of 10 Pieces,$12.50
Parlor Suits, Plush
CoffHns and Caskets at
any time, day or night.
Push the button on our
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Alon- ReKidlent Snusauns
TnIE STIATVE OF souTII CAlROLINA,
County of Pickerns.}
Commton lea-s Court.
,Edith E. Miller. Plaintiff,
i Mf. M. Ilunter, liarry P. Millet-, Percy
. W. M iller, D. M:ud Aliiler, M~'arthJa 11,
Miller, Caroline V. Miller, Edijth I.
.I Miler. Beatrice A. Millecr and i1. (Camp..
hltl Miller, I )efendant s.
.To the D)'eendants abovrie namiied:
You are hereby suinnoned anid reqtiired
a to ainswtI tihe comp1ijlainit inIl thi acti,
which is filed in the olie of the Clerk
of thle Court of Conmmon Pleas~ for the
sid county, and1( to serve a copy of
your answer to t he said complabi nt on the
subiscribers at their lfhice in Andelrsonl C.
-II., Anderson county, M. C., wilin
twenty dla.s after then service hereof, ex
elusive of Iie day of sitch service, and if
you fail to answer the compJlainit within
the~ time aforesaid, thei( pilint iff in this
action will appIly to the Court for thc re
lief demanded in the complaint.
D)ated Sep'lt.embler 2d, A I)., 18~91.
WI"IiN El & SIMPSON,
.J. M. STEWART'i, C. ('. P. [Seal.]
'To( tihe abasent hdefenda;n ts,I Iarry P. Mdiller,
Cairoli ne V. Miller, Edhith lit. Miller, le
aurice A. Miller and II. Camupbiell Mil
'Takei notiec, that the compuliaInt in this
actlonl and1( thle sminmonis of which the
foregointg is a copy, were fied in thew olice
of thle Clerk of the Court of Commnon
Pleas for Pickens count y, 8. C.,* at lick
ents, C, II., oni t he 15th da ly oif Sepltembher
1891. WJIlTNERI & SIMPSON,
.J. M. STlEWVART', C. C. P'. [Seal.]J
Tl.> all oIf the dlefendanats above named.
except M. M. Illlte'r:
TIake not ice, thait. unless you procure
thle appol itntenit oif a guairdi'an ad hI li)
to appear anmd defend t his actimon onl your
behalf withlin twentty (lays fromt the ser
vice oif the sunmmons hereini upon you,
the plaintiffT will appldy to thie'Cierk oif the
Court. Commton Pleas for Pickers county'
in.said Stat.e, for an order aLppoint ing sonme
sintable andI propler personit gumardiant ad
li temt for you, to appear and1( defend this
,action in your be(halIf.
WITINElT & SIMPSON,
Are now receiving and opening their
FALL GOODS 1iji
VX. Hagood in New York. Wat&k this space for fullor and
some their store for
LE04 .A.ND0 1B.3AR..A.ff%S.
)OD, BRUCE & CO,,
Pickens, N. C.
THE RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY
ATLANTA AND CHARtLOTTE AIR LINE I'Y DIVISION.
eltedule in offect August S, 1891.
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........9 53 pan 10 38 atm lv.........BeltoIL........lv I 30 pmi 10 40 am.
3 14 pin 9 55 pim 10 .11 :ai lv..........Lula..........v 11 27 pin 11 36 am 3 14 pr
3 316 pn 10 26 pm 11 11 amin1l..... .Ganesville.......v 10 58 pIm II 11 amn 2 52 p
........ 110 53 imn 11 31 am v... ..Flowery Branch ... .lv 10 37 pm 1 .18 am .
,.......I 1 05 pm 11 46 amIV ......... iford.........lv 10 22 pm 10 33 atm .
........11 17 pam I1 59 amI SV........Suwaiee........lv 10 07 pn 10 17 ant ...
.........11 24) pm 12 12 pim IV ...Duluth... ....lv q 541 pmla 10 06 am.
.........11 43 jin 12 2.1 pmllv... ...Norcross.....v 9 11 pm 9 55 iim ..
.........11 54 pma 12 35. ..l.Ca.mble ...... IV 9 2S pin 4:1 atm.
5 00 pn 12 30 pm1 I 10 J II tar.........Atlanta ........ Iv 8 50 pm 910 ain 2.
Additional trains Not. 17 and 18-Lula accommodati al, daily excepit Sunldaw
leaves Atlanta 5:30 p i., arrivts Lila 8:12 p. m. Returning, leaVe's Lula 0:00 a. I
arrives At lanta 8:50 a. am.
lletween Illa and Athens-No. 11 dailly except 8unday, and 'No. 9 daily, leas
Lula 10:0.5 p. I., and 11:40 a. an., arrive At.hena 12:05 at. inl. aid 1.40 p. al. m etan
ing, leave Athens, No. 10 daily except Sunday, and No. 12 daily, 7.20 p. Iml. and 8.'
a. am., arrive Lla 9.20 p an. and 10.30 at. am.
1lkt ween Toccoa and ElIberton-No( 61 daily eXceIt Suiilhy, leave Toccoa 12.55
m., artive Elberton 4 45 p. m1. Returning, Nos. 00 tily ex(c.ept Sunaday, leave ElIe
ton 5.45 at. an. aririves Tofaaa 9.15 a. mn.
Nosi. 11 atnd 12 carry Polhnan 3leepera between WaMlhiantn atnd Knoxville v
Salisbury, atnd 9 and 10 bett wecan Atlantta and New Yatk.
On No. 11 no chanture ini day coachaes from New York tot At tlanta
Nos. 37 aind. 38-Washlington and HorithIwestern Vestiualed Lianit ed, hiet wee'n A
lanta and Washaington. On t his t rain extra faire is chargted ini coanneet ina wit i: lir
class tickets, not e~xc(eding 82. 00 over and( above usual Puallnana chaarges tao anya p(ia
For det ailed in fornaaat iona as to local and through t ime tabhle's, rates and Pulaaa
Sleeping-car reservations, conafer with local agett. or addre(ss
Geaa'l P'assenger Agent, Ass't GJeal Pass. Agenat,
At lanita, GIa- Charalt t.e N.
W.HGEN,Gn' anaate, d.SOL HIAAS, Traflie Manaaager,.
_C. P. JIA MMOND), Supt., Atlanta, Ga.
H"aving decided on makin~g some very imnportant change
in our business in the near future, we will, uiut fute notice
offer our entire stock at bargain day prices, and we wish t<
call your attention to the fact that we never advertise what w<
do not mean to do.
We have a complete stock of general merchandise, an<
Will make you prices on everything that wvill make you buyi
you want anything at all.
We are also manufacturer's agents for all kinds of mil
aikd farmi machinery, and able to make you as close prices a
We ar'e selling the best sewlag machine exer of fered ii
this county for the money, and will make you easy terms.
Stoves ! WNell, most of you have neighblors whoL hav'
bought stoves from us. Ask them where to buy. \Ve a
willing for you to (10 as they tell yott. \\e guarantee ever
stove and every p)iceC of ware.
WeT mean b)usiness. Come and see us often.
L EW IS & M OR RIS,
The Popular Corner Store9
5febl,I P'ickens, S. C.
WVe WVaumt yours Trade, aand will do ev'erytling i
o1ar po~wer to please yosa.
We'~ GURNEEOl kRU(GS and3 Everyling
P'rescr'iptiones Cagrefuilly Conpoun lded at1 Mloder'ate
Stop to see uns whecn lin GrenvIlle.
A. B. & .L CARPENTER,
MANSION 110USE DRUG STORE.
Glrceenlle, S. C
W u ji ~rhorotaght. i'rnaet iatru,ctioa. (Gra.laantes ni
sisteud to positions. Cltatilogate free. Wtrite to
Al ! ~ TATTQ DSIal oll
**aAI..at-Ia a PA
Greenville and Columbia Division.
Condensed Schedule gcpt Oth, 1891.
Trains run on 75th meridianl time.
Going North. Gol South.
No. 15. o. 10.
0 15 am...Lv Charleston Ar...12 50 (i
10 15 .......Columbia-....... 50 pm
12 38pm ........ Union........ 0 29
1 5.5 Ar.... Sartanburg.... 5 80
4 00 ...... ryon ........ 4 17
3:41 ........aluda........ 8 41
4 0U .......FlatRock... 8 16
4 22 ....llendersonvlle.... a 01
5 17 .......A hevilIC....... 1 55
0 46.......Hot Springs. ....12 28
5 50 Paint Rock......11 55 am
7 15 ......Morristown...... 9 25
t 30 .......Knoxville...... 8 15
10 15 ......Cincinnati.... lv 8 00 pm
No. I 8. No.14.
6 40am ......Charleston...... 30 pm
11 10 .......CouMbnia....... 5 80
12 38 .......Prosperity...... 4 00
12 57pm.......Newberry...... 3 42
2 3. ......Ninety Six...... 2 05
2 50 ......Greenwood..... 1 43
4 00 Ar... .Abbeville..Lv..12 35m
4 10 Lv......Belton........12 20
4 42 ........Pelzer........11 52
5 00 ...... Piedmont ......11 35
6 40 Ar. ... Greenville ...Lv11 00
5 48 ......Anderson........11 38
0 40 lv..... Pendleton......10 55
7 55 lv...... Seneca.......10 17
8 25 ..'.... WalhlNla....... 9 45
12 30 .......Atlanta........
No. 17. No. 18.
8 50am......Prosperity...... 8 16 pm
9 07 .......Newherry...... 8 00
10 22 ......Ninety Six... U 52
10 45 ......Greenwood...... 0 23
11 55 .......Abbeville...... 5 15
12 15pm ........1eltoi........4 00
12 50........ Andev m ...33
No.7. No. 8.
; 00 pm.......Colii1...... 9 40 am
7 28 ....Prospri1y...... 8 18
7 45 ......Newberry....... 8 05
1) 09 .......Cin tol. ....... 6 52
9 5 ........Lauirens....... 6 20
- No. No. 10.
2 25. ........1i ton........ 5 0' pin
12 53 ........ P'lz-r........ 4 28
1 10 .......Pici mnt ...... 4 II
45.......re-nvilh....... : 35
N" 4 No. .12.
S0 am. New rr ...... 8 40 pm
).. 55 ........ cI1nt1n....... 6 00
11 55 ... ....Laum......... 15
Nos. 7, 8, ), 10. 1:, 1-, 17, 18, 42 and 46
daily (exept Snday.
Pullmn 1Sleepers n t tin.6. 15 and 16,
hetwevn Char-ston, S. C. 1ad (incint1,
Ohio, via Atintic C(onsi Line, Colimhia,
Aslevilie. Pititit, Rock, Morristown, Knot
. ville. .J llivo nd111 .JIn1lion Ci(y.
80L 11 A A S, Traffic 311: r,
.J-AS. L. TIA Y F,AM, Gvn').' Pass. Ag't.
J. A. DODSON, Stipt.
W. It. (MEMN. Gel'. Mannier.
W. A. 'Ul li, Asst. %en' r Aent,
Charlott c, N. C.
TO WYN OWEBLL!I
I propose to rent for a number of'
a years at 9 1ales of cotton per year,
or sell for $4,500, Iny plantation on
which WNm. M ajor lives, on the Salu
da riv(r, 10 niles from the city of
2Greenville, on which thero are tenant
0 hous,es' an1d good corn and cotton
land suiflicient for six horses.
- And to rent, my Taylor farm 4
r- iles.. south of 1aslev, near Carmel
lChurch, for ai Inmber of yers at 4
blales of cotton per year, or sell tho
p)lace for~ $2,500. T1here are on tis
-~ place 2 good dwellingsa andi 1 tenan
~house, a good orchiard
suIflic~'Ient for a two.hu
loctedC( and( in1 a goodI
I also have ot her lamls1 to, rent, ui
sell. omie and soo moe if you~ want
C . . HIULLIN,SWORITIE,
Pickens, 8. 0.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINI R3S
4 PASSENUER DEPARITMENT.
S W ilmin;.:ton, N. C., Sept.. 20th, 1801.
Fast Lin heSt een L'I G'harlestoni and e,
Ilumia; and4( uIpper South Catrolna and
(ho. 52- N o. 03.
(;''0:a.mi . . Lv CImrl1shmt Ar. .12 50 a.nl
7 :ti........n-.......11.I 17 p.m
s 4')...............tei.10 07
9 50) . .. Ar C ohnnhia LY.. . 9 00
41 41 p.m4 ... .WIinsb rro..4 23
J Se l...........lui tr.. . .. 3 25
t; Sn....... ...Vkvil.?4..1 .t
S8 17 ......lacater..8 20 ani
6 '5 .... .Hk lii?..2 415 p.m1
71" .. a .Charlotte, y. C... 1v 554p
*) .*.....r w.n...(t W)i..1 4:
'9 15......Iauren.. 20) am
I 50 .... Anen. I14 ...11 8
5 ( o...Geevill...1! 05
8 25......Wlalila.. 9 4
3 4 11temler:env ile,:,N c 2 12
.1 45 . . . Ashteville. N. (C. . . 2 00
No. 1. No. 49~
S Is p. m.....Ihrlston , ..11 f.0 a. m.
7 10...... .. ns... ....4 50
x 87, .... . 1ote ...... 8 )
Solid trains be(tween1 ('harleston nird Co.,
Ilumbia, 8. 0. T1. .M. E3MERSON,
(hen. Pass. A gent.
Rl. M.l WERTZ,
1'LiCOPRI E TOR
MONt'Ma0NTS, 'IT)MIlSTON IES, COll
NER STrONE:S, ETC.,
M:t'Ol ont shot no(tic(e. Satisfact ion Guoar
ateed0(, andi prices5 ats low ats the lowet.
thet ctility of the work at atll times beling
I :tnn a.gen1t for te best iron1 and(W tvrt
fence0S onlli. th ii nuket. GSie met I a call
and1( try mIy work. 11. M. W iU'rZ.
ens1, hot Picen. i no4w in sIpeakinig dia.:
tance ofl the railrl:ii.
iIf yon arec in lesley o t r Piekens, andt
wish. to1 ' talk to aniyon41e in Ite othier tow,',
*julst ste to~ 14thle "phoe"iC and enil the outy.
- 1 Telegrams1 prlompt ly tratlsmilttedl andi
oec14 i(~tnes aranit eed
A I I(-:I< - for Pickens and v'icinity
1'ICK~ENS T 'I 'P N(.. i! n..