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-Dig potitof-the moon is right.
-Diss Lilla Breazeale, of Belton, Is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. G. W. Earle.
-Dr. J. F. Bruce, of Easley, will spend
the winter in Fl'orlda for bis health.
--The first day for tax paying, last Tues
day, 048.90 was paid into the treasury.
-A small child of Jeff Calhoun, color
ed, of Liberty, died last Sunday morning,
-Mrs, John T. Price, of Liberty, visited
her Muother-in-law, Mrs. T. R. Price, this
-The first frost of the scagort came last
Tuesday night, but no damage to the crops
-Mollie, the wife of Floyd Price, col
ored, died Monday, and was buri!d the
following day at Cold Springs.
-Mr. Geo. W. Miller, the genial insur
knce agent, of Anderson, was in town this
Week, "viewing the landscape o'er."
-The notice of reduced rates to Synod
Was received too late for publication. Sy
nod convened in Sumter last Tuesday.
-The cabbage and fruit wagons are be
ginning to come from "over the hills."
These crops4re reported good this fall.
-Archittect Mitchen has been asked to
submit plans and speciflcations for a $50,
000 court house for blharpe county, Ark.
-Mr. Tom Alexander, of the Keowee
side, passed through town last Friday with
u drove of twelve beef cattle for the Green
-Win. Evatt, of the Olenoy section,
was held for court isst Tuesday by the U.
S. Commissioner, and in default of bail
Was committed to jaill.
-Hense Byrd and Joe Hendricks have
hlie contract for removing the bodies from
the Methodist church yard and reburying
them in the town cemetery.
-There were two accessions to the Bap
tist Church at this place last Sabbath.
They were baptized by innersion by Rev.
W. B. Bingleton at the Griflin mill.
-Married, by Rev. T. C O'I)ell, at the
residence of the bride's mother, on the 15th
instant, Mr. M. A. Boggs, ot Liberty, to
Miss Lucy Dunwoody, of Andersou county
-The new Methodist church tt Central,
will be dedicated on the s(cond Suntiay in
November. Bishop Danan will preach
the dedication sermon. The public is invi
ted to attend.
-Thosc!owing V. A. Hunter, deceased.
for work tiil confer a great favor on his
widow and orphans by settling their le
counts at once. The books are at Rich
-One of the prettiest samples of cotton
that we have seen this season was brIouIglit
to town last week by Mr. T. M. Johtson.
of Hurricane township. It was sold to
Hagood, Bruce & Co.
-Special attention is called to the P. S.
to Hagood, Bruce & Co's advertisement
this week. Tihey are now buying cotton for
a near factory. an(d are able to pay better
prices than heretofore.
-The nu!nber of pupils on the roll of
the High School now nuimier aboiut seven
ty. Miss Etta Justus. a sister to Profes or
Justus came on last Monday and is now in
stalled as assistant teacher.
-The ladies of the Preshyterian Church
at Easley will furnish an Oyster Supper
next Friday evening. The festive oyster
will be in the soup and nil are invited to
conme and. help to extricate him.
-On the 14th instant, at the residenc'e of
the bride's patents, in G3reen villec county,
31iss Florida A . Edens waas tnwtrried to Mr.
Robert Keith. of P'ickens county, Trial
Justice M.-Gillespie, olliciating.
--Two sons of Mr'. F. M. Castle, of the
Table Rock seet ion, dwt I la-i week, one on
Truesdaiy andl the ot her "'i We ltnes-hay', igedl
respec.tively t welve :n'e -ire years. TI'iwy'
hadt been sick abr>uIt tun r:-k
-Dr. and Mrs. J1. F. WVil liams 1'. e for
Athanta tomotrrow , (TrtorsdayV,) on at flvisit
to ,Mis. Williams' inot her, Mtrs. TP. P'.
Jac.kson. Mrs. Williamns will make an ex..
tendled visit, the Do'ctor will 0only stay a
--Wylie, the five-year-old son of Mr.
Wmn. 6tephtens, of Liberty township, died
last Saturday night from the effect of a piis
tol shot wound received about two mtothi
since from a pistol in the hzands of his ten
year old brother.
-Mr. Claude [H. Alexancier hias entered
the law oflce of Messrs. Mitchell & Smith,
of Charleston, and will study13 for the legal
profession. (Claude has mtental endow
mients of a high order, and we prediet for
ima bright future.
--Col. William Nitmmons has beent in his
cighta fourth year since the 20th of last
February, hut he is still ablle to come from
his home among t he Eastat oe hiilIs, to ma
ket t.n a two-htorse' wagon. iIe was in
l'ickens last Friday.
-Mr. W. Rt. Kay, of WVestmintister, who
recently located his saw mill otn Dr'. Cute
ton's place, just, north of townt, moved his
family over last week. Mr. Kay says he
will inavet in latnd here atnd mke this his
home for the future.
--The buih(ling commiiittee of the Pick..
ens circuit wiIl erect at nteat parl5tonage on
the lot just in the tear' of lie Methtodist,
church. They wvill hitre hands tand do the
work. Tlhe houise is to lhe like the tesi..
deuce of Mr. F. M. Morris ont West Mwaitt
-Last Tuesday morning at Seneca, Miss
Atieo, dhaulghtter of Mr. .1. C. Alexattder,
formerly of t his 'ounity, was marrtiedi to
Mr. Jatmes Thompson, of that yt'(. Imi
S aneditatehy after the' ' rettmony the htapipy
han10- couple boarded the sout.ihbound taini for
.--- -The Greetnville Ne'ws of the 20th inst.,
says: ''Miss Alice Evet, and1 i'Thos. Monre,
both of Piekens county, were nmarried Sutn
day morting in tis oity by the llev. RI. 11.
tSmith. The y'oung coupile wals accompa
nied from thejir homes nearl Eatsley3 biy a
inmber of friends.''
-Postmaster IIendric'iks has tlniishted the
inspection of the p)ostotlliees int the cou- ty'
as per the direction (if '"Massa"' John WVan
amnaker. There are thtirt,y-eight of1lces itt
the conty~, all ini very fair shape. l'The
oflces of Maytiard and Redmond, lie says,
are in the best ordler.
-Noah K. Smit.h, for the committee,
asks use to say that tnext Sabbath is Child..
ren's Day at Moutit.Cartmel Baptist Church.
The exercises are to be(gin tat 10 a. in. T1hie
i nvitedl speakers tare lI ev. .J. M. Stewart,
Hons. C. 11. Carpentor and .Julius E.
Boggs. All Sabbhath School workers are
itvitcd to attend.
.-An appreciative audience greeted 11ev.
.W.. B. Singletout at tihe P~rm.sbyter-iani church
last Sabbath, iIe preached a most iter
eating andi itnstructive sermion from thte
text: ''Unto tme, who am less than t he
least of all sainats, is this grace gives, that
I might preach amnong thte Getiies the un
searchable riches of Christ.''
-bheiff Ilichey received a letter from a
gentleman ina Aiketn county a few day13s ago
enquiring about the suitaaleness of lands
in this county for stock raisinig and Ithe
like, Hie wrote the gentleman tat ontce tell
ing hitn all abhout the great advantages of
tho county, and a'so sent him a copy of all
of the newspapers pubmlishled htere. 'We are
glad that the copy of the8isilNEr. cotitaia
-Our mountain friends who raise corn
m3bbago and potatoO are the only farmeri
who report full crops this season.
-Misses Jessie and Etta Boggs, o
Rome, On., and bliss Nina Garvin, of Cen
iral, visited relatives in town tbis week.
-Mr. J. C. Jennings has rented the J
U. Cox, place, one tuile north of town, an
will move to the country in a short time.
-Our shoemaker, Mr. Jesse Chandler
has turmed over the shoJ) to Mr. Robt
Holder, who will be foUld at the old stand
-Miss Essie Chapman, of Liberty, kwil
leave for Atlanta next Saturday, to spent
some time with her cousin, Miss Malttit
-The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. J
K. Looper (lied at Liberty lat Tuesday
aged.abotit ten months It was burled t
Scona ott the da%y following.
-Mrs. J. B. Newbery was called t<
Greenville last Sunday by a message statiql
that ier sister, Airs. R. M Pickens, wai
very ill and not expected to live.
-Day & Co., have started a amall ham
brick machine to help make the brick re
the new court hosc. Mr. Day says i,
will have the roof on before the bad weath.1
er of iinter sets in.
-Last Tuesday afternoon Capt. Eliw
Day had the misfortune to lose the fine L'ai
horse lie purchneed a short, time since. Ti
cause of his death was over driving an'
feeding new corn.
-Mr. E. Pink Hill, of Piedmnont, visitet
friends in Pickens last week. Pink is (C
ing well in his lew home and 8s.'s th
weekly visits of the SHNrnNEiL keep, him it
touch with the old bone.
-Mr. C. Eugene Hollingsworth is stil
very ill, but is thouglt to be some bettei
today, (Wednesday). His sister, Mrs. 11,
E. 1Harris, of Broadus College. Clarksbturg,
W. Va., arrived on the morning train.
--I1o, ye: Ho, ye! All ye citizens 01
Hurricane. Eastatoe anl lickens townships,
don't forget that the railroad election is oi
the 14th of November, IsMI. On that day
march up, all ye sturdy yoetnen, anld volt
for the road, it will pay you a handso1
-Mr. Judge M. : Welborn was the ;i
persOn to pay taxes this year. le camte i.
last Thursday miniiijig a(d securedl receipt
nuihmber one form Treasurer Youngblood.
Judge is onc of our most prosperous yotm4
farmers and believes in paying cash for cv.
--Mr. S. A. Burns, of Anderson county,
just from the Chicago Horological School,
is tow located inl Pickens, tid is preparedl
Lo do the most dellicate anid intricate worl
on watches, clocks and jewelry. It payc
to get an expert worklman to do your work.
Mr. Burns comes highly recommended and
we bespeak for him a liberal patronage.
IIe will be found at tle store of Len, is anc
Morris. Give him a trial.
FItve Dollarm for a Louf of nread.
In order to attract attention to the won
ilerful merits of Sugar Coated Yeact, anlc
At the same time do grood, the Sugar Coatet
Yeast Co., oler a prize of live dollars fci
the best loaf of bread made by any bread
maker of Pickens (. HI., or vicinity, witl
Sugar Coat(d Yeast whiicl is now fol
tale bV the best grocers. Directions foi
use wrappe(d around each ball. Terms o
comIe-tition: One loaf of bread, with ma
ker's namne to be sent to Lewis & Morri6
store, Saturday, October 24th, by 2 o'clock
Awards will be miade at once by three com
petenlt lady judges, and lthe re.ult publish
ed. The competing loaves will be dist ih
ited to the worthy poor, unless the maker
want them. Who is the best Iead make
Mr. w: is .::ton, thte oldest citizei
of the ec ' -., . at. his htome, itear Cen
tral, laist M-I- .ty- mortiing, at onec o'cltckt
alged inelty-twon years. The funeral wui
held at the famtily burynt groundi, t 4 1r
mi., M.oniday. For over fifty years Mm
(layton h:id been a consistent membner o
the old Lib.-rty Baptist Church. All (if hi
brothecrs. sisteris, wife and three chnihdre
have precedced him i uer's' timE '"dark val
Icy "' Ti e chlii ren survivye hint. Captami
F. V. C'hiyton,, Mrs. Mar. Nilligant, ani
Mr's. Temipy ('layton. lIe htwi lived a scor
of years 1beyo' d the days ti!lottd to man11
and1( wheno hti witk was- dlone, laid (lowl
lifen' miat., leav',inmg a clear resord
unaive'rsally r ' ,'cetd by all wvho knew hin
for hId honesly and integrity, and leavin
to his' detscendlients the most priceless of ai
legacles--a goodu name, lie hats gone
his reward andI is at rest. Peace to hi
Notice to TreRpassecrs.
All persons ar'e hereby notified not t
trespass~t on any~ of my lamis situate in (cen
tratl township on Tlwelve Mile river, eithe
by3 hmuntinmg, fishing or t rav'eling over thI
hRame. P1er'ons disregarding this notice wil
be dealt with accordinig to law.
290ct Wmn. IIunter.
The surprise of Rip Vani Winkle who
awakinRg from his long shuitbet' coutld n
hiave been greater I han - lie consnipt ive
upon findinig himself entirely re'lieved1 b
Dr. Bnll's C2onigh Syrup. 25 eta.
A pretty p)ictuire.-A sunniiy-hirmed chiil
curing thme Newfoundland's cut foot wit
We, the uind(ersigned land owner's, dI
hereby warn all personls Rnot to hunt on oui
landt( lainig netar' and1 around Tatble Roel
Anmy oine caught, tresplassinig will be ptrost
cutted to thte full extent of the law.
J1. 13 Anthecrlanid,
WV. .1. Ponder,
.J. M. Ow~yn,
J . B. Car penter,
N. A. Keith,
Womnder why so nmanty persons frc
tarrh when with Old Saul's Catarrh a
thiey would be curedl at onee..
WVe aI Il have our' preferenices; bitt nio ont
ptreters to hear a crying baby when i h
fact is so well knowit, that Dr. Bull's Hab
SyrupI wvould at once quiet it,.
S. J1. Jlohnison, cointract or andl builde,
Work. done on (i short not ice, andE sat isfat
tioni gtuarat'tt(eed. Address Piedmtont, S. (
Doit yotu ant a new stove'? Trinwvare e
any' kindi , miad e from thle best mahRteriatl, C
some of the lest and cheapest ,Je'ais 5ev
oilfered ini Pickents ('ounity? If so, got
-Lewis & Morris', the poputlari (oneriC storE
Cnis tption ('mired.
An old phy3siciatn, retired fromt practic
having had14 placed in his hantmds Iby ani Eat
India missionmry the formnula of a simtpi
vegetable remnedy1 for thle speediny 1t In pla
nmnent cure of Consumiption , Bronchiti:
Catarrh, Ast,hmta, and all throat i ad Luni
Affections, also a positive and radical oim
fotr Ner'vouis Debility and all Nervous( on
p)laints, after havintg tested its wor.derft
curtative powters in thotusands of cases I
felt it his duty to tmatke it knownm to his su
ferinig fellows. Actuate by this mtotive ai
a dlesire to relieve hutimn sutff'erinig, I wi
send free of charge, to all who'desirei
thi:s recipte,, in Germuan, French or' Eniglis1
with fnll dlirectionis for pre paring and ui
img. Sent by mtall by ad dressing wil
stamp, ntamning this paper. W. A. Noye
82(0 Power's Di ock, lRochester, N. Y.
SJ- W- Yatn , Tullahoma, TPenn., wnte
"It Ioe'me it-''ed to praise Botanic Blon
Bahnt. Ii caini tme of tan obscess on ti
lungs :nad u-hmua that troyuldcc me tv
0c sitchis:Por MI'Dat
TH UATIONS PAID!
The Standard Rotary
Paid of its beauty.
Proud of the uni formi ty of its stitch.
Proud of its quietness.
Proud of the variety of its work.
PcoW of its spee'.
Proad of its ing(-Iio'is mechinism.
FACTS WORT1 TIIINKINU ABOUT.
The "8tandard" has the biggest bobbin
.f any lock-stitc Imnachinle.
Holds 100 yards of cotton.
The tension is released when taking out
Tile 1hnest goods are not drawn or puck
Ilims fifty per cent. lighter than vibrat
ing mac hinv:;.
The most expenlsivc, beautiful and priac
lical set of att alments.
Bent wood work of the finest finish ever
Shortest needle used in lock-stitch ma
chines--therefore less liable to bend and
Will wear twice as long as other lock
E'very part is independent of every oth
er part, and ean be replaced at a trifling
cost. Therefore yon cnn keep a "Stan
dar" I:rautically new a life-time.
For sale by
LEWIS & MORRIS.
oct15tf Pickens, S. C.
Barber Shop I
And Bath Rooms.
In rear of atnision ioune,
GREI ENVILLE, S3 C.
An easy shave guaranteed. Hair neatly
and tasteftilly ent. Sbampooing and hitir
dvein . Riazor sharpening a specialjtyt.
Itair tonies for cradlietinig dandruff and
irritation of the scalp for Ile.
Iliekey's Magic llairalini always on
hand and for sale.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
Your patronage is respectfully solicited,
Begins S-ptember 14th, 1891.
COURSE OF STUDY.
The following course of study has been
Sixth Gradle-Appleton's Chart, Sate
Work, fleading, G'oodl Morals and Man
ners, Writinw, $1.25.
Fifth Gra(e-A rithmetic, Orthography,
. Drawing. Iteading,Good Morals and Man
.iners, W riting, 31tdng $1.25.
S Firth Gradle-Powell's low to Talk,
. Arithmetic, geograwh3, Orthography, Or
thilepy, D)rawing-, Rveadinr GoI od Mtorahs
rand MaINers, Writing, 11istory of Souti
Third CIrale-Griammar, Arithmetic,
Gegramphy, I)rawing,r IReading. Good Mor
als aid an ners, Wrmiting, Physiology
I i!tory ef the United Statles, St.75.
- Sc(od ( radhe -G (rmumnar, A ri ithmet i('
Gecograph~y, Civii (Goverinment, IDrawing
s lHhienrc and Com2)pos.ition. Writinmg, Phys3.
.o iology II i'tor oI~ f t he Uoit ed Stat es, 82. 5(
- First GJra- G rnmimar, Algebrao, Pity's.
ica Generaphy, Commiercial ILw, Dr)aw~
i!' Ing Eo"lish L iterature, WrnitIing, We('ll.
'Ie *eo- ,. (CommonI) Tiniigs, Zc'!. 50.
- \.-;: . -- st :, car*, La:tini, Alge
r*ee k. Natunral Phmylo so
ycoweal lisa't ry; 2d year, L,atini, Bot
any,~ L'ronomy,~ Greeki, Zooology; 3d year,
La*tmin &onmstry, Ge(ology, Greek, Phy3s
These ho en1terli I areC (xpe(t ed to 1pay fot
x IiIep (jt inI case ofl prIotrac(ted
I some11 speci arrangen sat
w vashing, fro .ii 6 to $10 peI
1 I . :1 per monithI.
i~* tmil, $2 perm mlonIth.
Ifooki keepinlg, .?:l per mnonth.
-W. B. JUSTUS, Principal,
Special Summer Sale:
I ~ ?N7son & eGamlin
[1NETomaod Sup -rh New PIANOf
'./andolt AI(1. NM, fromt lbest, makers't
only, to he soh11 tirig July, Auguist , Sep
t ember and Oc)tober, I18I1, at spot ('as1
pr'i('(', withI payment. Novembeit-'1511h next
PIlA N ( -625 ('ashi and bialanice N 'i
v'enthe'r 1 thI, I189)1.
OllG A N S-,10 ensh andii balanice No
- Embero'i 15t1h. 1 891,
E'.l Eimi -f' L,owe't e:ash rat es. N
~:eneo. No inte orest . Wit e orn ('all 01
J1. C. GIA lt'i'T, (Gates, R. C.,
Or' J. L. JlAVYNII: & ?)AI'(llT'1*1s,
Greenville, S. C.
SBotanic Blood Balm
it CuresSCROFULA, ULCERS, SALT
form of malignant SKIN ERIUPTIiON, be
sides boing efficacious In toning up the
* system and restoring the Constitution,
when impaired from any cause. its
almost supernaturai healing properties
justify us in guarantesing a curs, if
directions aro fotlowed.
uSENT FRE E, -nJURT.hA....
tBLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. Ga.
,SCiHOOL, CHIURCH, GANl
B: ~ FURNITURE
IC *and l'ublic Blld'ga.
~ ~ 4GATES DESK 00
Bought by Mr. V
further particulars and 4
We have arranged
prices for it, nothwithstan
rise, and we urge parties -
bold our flour and bacon
back the pay when we noo
WV wVAXT TO BREAK!1
The record for the next sixty days,
selling goods to cash customers, and
in order to do this we will offer great
indicements to cash buyer3.
Our immerse inll edeck im now ar
riving and the question is, "'Where
will wo put all the goods we have
bought?" 'We rrop;se to put a good
ma..y of thL in our cus"omors'
hands '; Chey v-l let us.
We have bought too many jeans
and shoes. Our prof'ts will be very
short until we iun 1S.e goods off.
Trcrendous stock of mon'a ihirts
from 35 c2nt:s up.
Big st_ck of horse and mule shoes,
n6is, c'ZC. Buy tho bLU poc!.et knife
you ever owned frein usi. Fine line of
tin v-are, crochery ware, decorated
ware ad iron ware.
Do You vart a good stove; then
bri:.,. v. -ittl r.cul and pry on one
and we will wait on you fc- tha bal
ance, thn w'e can supply you most
everything tho human family needs to
cook on oie. Price. always right.
Turnips are a g<,od ihing for man
and beast. We have all kinds of seed.
Buy your tobacco froim us.
HARR IS& MORRIS.
Chairs, 40 Cents.
Suits of 10) Pieces,$12.50
Parlor Suilts, P~ls
00ffins and Caiskets at
any time, day or ii'it.
Pusb the buton~i on~ our
front door an~d your call
will be ans~wered jiumedi
To get your goods cheap
GbmENVI I,Ui, S. C.
4yJ"rd'elpone Nos. (14 and 38.
Non- RleMdehnt Mnusanaonw
TlIVE STATE1OF soi:Trii CAIOLINA,
CountyV of P'ickern..
Common01 lea ICour(lit. )
Edith E. Miller. Plaintiff,
MI. 7.4. Iluint er, lla,-ry P. Miller, Pere -
W. Miller, D). M,audi Milletr, Mart ha 1,
,iller, (aolinie V. Miller, Edith~ II.
M1iller. fleat rice A Miller aind II.Cap
T lo hb D )fendntsI albo ve namied:
YouT(1 are herely i'imunonedlC( andE required
to an.;w(r the( compila)int inl thi. act ion,
wich is fih- ~d in thle office of te (lerk
of the (Court of Conunnon P'leb. fo r thle
sa Id county, and to serve a. copy oif
yourl ans~wer to1 the sidl (comp zlit on thew
subsribi ers at thieir OIlice ini Anldersoni C,
t.wenty daIys aft ir thle s'erv ice hiereof, ex
('lusive of th <b' dy of such lse~rvi ce, and1( if
youi tail to atnswer thei comlaoint within
t- time. aforesaid, the phiinl T in this
actjin w,ill aply t,I the C'ourt for the re
lieft ttimandedt inI the 'omphtlainit.
DaLted( Septembier 2d, A. D., 1801.
J. M. STl EW A li,Tl, C. C. P. [Seal. 1
To~( the abhsent tlideem1n;tsIbhirry I. M4iller,
(Carolineu V. M,iller, Edit hi 1t.' tiller, IHe
at riec A. MIjller andto 11. Camnpbell Miu
Tae not ice, that thue complaint in this
actlonl and the smnmilfons5 of wh ichi the
forego inIg & a copy, were filed in the oflice
o f the (Clurk oif I the Cou#rt ot Comm ion
leas for PicIkens counlty, S. C., at Pick
ens, C. II., on t he 15th day of Sept ember,
1891. WIlTNElt & SIMPSON,
Plaintiff's A ttorners.
J1. M. STEVWl', C. C. P'. [Seal.]
TIo. all of thle defendants adiove named,
Take notie, that un! e- yott procure
thle appointment. of a guardi:tn ld l i'Cn
to appear and defend t his act ion on four
belhalf withini t wenty days from the Aer.
v ice (of thle sunno ns herein upon you,
the plainftiffr will ap.ply tot heClerk of the
Court Common Pleas fo r Pickers county
in said St ato, for an (oder aippolinting some
sui table and1( propI er perso'n guard ian adl
litemi1 foir you. fto atppear1 ando dlefenid tis~
actlin in your behalf.
WillTNilH & STMPSON,
Bent17wn lhtint i11" Attoirneyv.
, 46 4
Are now receiving and opening their
FALL GOODS! iiii0
r. . Hagood in New York. Wa".h this epaoe for fuller and
Dome their store or II
LES .AND I3ATEAINS.-2
)OD, BRUCE & C0,,
Pickens, S. C.
October 20th, 1891. 5
to buy cotton for a near factory, and hope to be able to give fair 5 4
ding the heavy deoline the past week. There is little hope for a 5 -
vho are owing us to bring us their cotton without delay. We didn't 0 .
in the spring for higher prices, and it im not fair now for you to keep 7'
d it. IIAGOOD, BRUCE & CO. 8
THE RIOHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY. C
ATLANTA AND CIIAliIOTTin AIR LINE I'Y DIVISION. 7
Schedule In ffcet Sept. 0, 1891. 9
SOUTIIBOUND--Re"d Down. *DIl.N011TII110U NDI-itead up.
*No. 37. *No. 11. *Q I STA'TIONS. *No. 10. *No. 12 'No. 88. 12
9 .5 aml 1 55 pu 0 1 . .. . ..Charlotte ........ ar 0 55 am 7 20 pm 9 13 pm I
...... 2 18 pn-. 14 1m "Ov. ... .ellvniA....... v 6 31 am 6 54 pm ........
-.... 2 28 pm1 3 25 rm In.........Lw .......Iv 6 22 am 6 -13 pmil ........
........ 2 41 pm 3 8 am Iv.......istonia........Iv 6 10 am 6 32 p1.......
........3 06 imr 4 U fumt.. .1ing's Moimitia ... tv 5 44 am 0 08 pm,....... 10
........ 3 210 pm i:mV........ro .-........lv 5 37 am 5 p .......
.........3 30 pm 4 '2 .n. v.. ...U1a.ur ..lv 5 1'7 an 5 4 pm . .
.........3 "'9 pm 4 59 :m 1v.......oniuy'.. lv 4 59 am 5 24 p ........
........ 4 1 pm3 2' an,v. . . ........('4lv 4 ani . 01 pm ........ a
........ 4 15 pm 5 1 n znilv.........C!if;mi.........ly 4 3l amn 4 57 pi .
11 39 am 4 3 pm 5 .1.4 am!lV....t. . 11.jlianhurg ...... I - 03 am 4 4' pm 6 Si ;.m h
........ $11 vin f, 10 am1 11 !V...... . W elIford ........v V 5" itmn 4 19 pm ......
........ 5 1 1 11 3 am ... ..A..ireer'it......... I 3 34 am ' GI m ......
12 31 pm 0 re pm ' 00 amv . . Greenville. .. 3 4) am 3 30 pin 6 15 pin
........ 6 n 23 - 7 5 ait.1 1%,v.. .. ... % yley'.... .... v 2 38amin 3 05 pi ........
... 7 5 pm 1n am v......... n .ra .......lV 2 10 a 2 pm ........
.........7 ;pm' . 38 .m 17.. .......ew e. .. .. A 1 30 an 1 42pm ........
.. ....... 8 l':n ' 58am lv.. .. ie-tmin ......I V 1 pm 12) pmi 2 ....
........ 8 G 35 M Io..r.o.n. ....' ....... . 12 p28 1i 2 39 Ai ........
........ 9 25 pm i ') 10 am v. .Mount Airy ......Iv 12 0o nt IVIGam ........
........ 9 :0 1-.. 13 .5 15 i:n lv.........Iornelia.... . ..v 11' 55 pm 12 0-1 an ........
........ 65 p63 :.-u 36 I; ............lv.. .. II 3 ! pij10 40 A .
8 14 nm .i55 rm 10 4 1 am IV . ..........,1. ... .V 11 27 pmll 86 am 3 14 pn
3 36s 26 pmu 1 ....... *-tiinsviil(. ..... 10 58 piill 11 ail 262pm
........ to 53 pinl l 31 aI ) Iv .....F! Bowe i ch ....lv d 1% p 1m 1). 1 0 .18 am ........
........11 05 pj'! 46 anin . ....n'rl..........v!0 22 pmilo 33 am ........
........ .17 pmi m.......Suwance........I 10 07 pnm 10 am...
.........11 29 pm.1 in.. ' mn iv ... .... l ..... ....lv ! 54 pm 1 i0 0 . uni.......
........11 - pm 1 ' pai v ... ....Norross . ....IV 9 41 p1mi 9 55 m .......
.... ... . 11 bI inn i1Z "M pl.a.IV. ... .. ..Cham b!le. . ...... .lVi 11 28 pmi 9 41 am- . ... ... .
500 pm.1230 pm, 1 10 pi..tr........ Ailth.uta ........lvi 8 50 pmi 9 10) am i 25 pni ye
Additional traiis Nos. 17 aid 18-ILlia awconIinod: ;imi, daily e.cept SindIy, 01
leaves Alanta 5:10 1 t., arriv<f Lula 8:1! p. Im. Iteturning, leaves Lula 6:0) a. , ni
arrives Al lente ti:'0 a. t.%. iw
Bttwa Lul;: znd Athens- No. 11 d:ily except Sunday, id No. 9 daily. leavC
Lav:.5 p. s, and 11:-1n a. mn.,* arrive Athlens 12.05 a. mn.' and 1. .4) p. in. Ietur
Ing, lev, Ather!s, No~ 110 daily excel .1 Smuhay, and No. 12 diall y, 7.0 p. in. i'ul 8.0 5
a. mn., ar'v L'.la 9.20 p n:i. and i10.31t i. nm. la
liet wec:n iTron and CLherlnon--No ;1 daily (xcept Smul,d:v lea'e Tloccoa 12.55 p.
ml'., :irt 'v Elb erton 4 -1*5 p. u'i. I letuniIng, Ni s. G30 d:ui ly exep t Sinu:lay, leave Elber-. m
ton 5. .!5 a. mn. arr isTocoa o. :a a nm.
Non. 11 and 12 c:u-ry ' l'uian Sleepers hetwee W a hinO1g lI. a:H Knoi~ixville vi'a 1'
Salisbury, an, I and 10 het ween At tlanta and New York. ' in
On No. 11 no dhigew in day co~aebe(s from~ New York to At .t i:. . , p
Nos. 37 and 3&-W~ashiryo and Sonibwestern(~iii VsihInleid Limu:itedl, hetween At- ul
lanta andI Wash!i ngt on. Oni thlis tra.i n ea im; fare is charged(~c ini connect(i on withi fi rst- ,
class tickets, not1 exceeinug $2. 00 oiver anid above usual Pullma cha:11elrges t o tany po mint.
For detai1led in formait ion as to laeal anod thiroughzl t ime1 tale s, rttes andl IUllmnan Hi
Sleeping-ear reservations, confer with local agents. or addtre~ss lat
JAS. L. TAYLO)lt, W. A. Tl':PI, co
Glen'3 Passenger Agent. Ass't Geni'! P'ass. Agent,
A tlanta, Ga-. 'harlttie, N. U.'
W. HI. OltEEN, Gen'] Manag~er, SOL~ IIAAS, T1raffle iManiager.
A t htia, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
( . P'. 11AM Ml)ND1, Suipt. , At lantat, iai (
Goods on hand at this cornet than ever bcfore,
and this enables us to make prices so li
that there is no b)etter way to consult your' interest and save --
Iyour hard earnedI cash (I'
by buyinig what you need from us;.
WVe are bound to please you whether your politics are like 9
Cl EV ELA ND'S
or you favor the sub-treasury bill1. 8
Our goodls are f irst.class in every r'espect, and if your,
can talk, we will be1 as care:ful to give it all its money's 12
worth as though you were here in person. t
WVhile we wish you to pondel(r well tihe above, plea1e do a
not for'get that if yon owe uts a nything, that we need it to pa 8
our dets 4nd come forward at once andge a clar receipt, I
andI we wvill b)e e rsoglad.
L EW IS & M OR RIS,
The Popular Corner Store,
P. S. Just received, a unice lot of furniture, which we offer
bieb9)1 ga -ken S C
WVe WVant youru Tradle, andi wsill do everytlug ini
0133 pbower to ple'ase you.
WVe (1AAlANTIEE~ 0011 RI1tUtAM and EverytlaIng~
else we sell, lo be pure.
P'rescriaptbens C'arefully ComphJoVuded at, MYoderatec
Stop to see us~ wincen In E4AreenvilIle.
A. B. & i. L CARIPENTER,
MANSION 110USE DRUG ST1J!?.
(reenville, S. C."J
Gradluates assisted to positions. co]
S&"Catalo ue free. Write to
BRYAW & STS COLLEG , LOUISVILLE, KY.1'
chnond Danville RR
Greenville and Columbia Division.
ondcnscd Schedule Sept 6th, 181.
Tradis run on 75th meridian time.
ng North. Uoing louth.
(0. 1i. No. 16.
15 am. ..Lv Charleston Ar...12 50 am
15 .......Coluiabla ....... 8 50 pm
38 )m........ Union ........ 29
55 Ar.... Spartanburg .... 5 BU
00 ........Try o ........ 4 17
41 ........Saluda........ 3 41
09 .......Flat Rtock...... 3 1U
Z2 ....IIcudersonville.... 8 01
17 .......Asleville....... 1 55
46 .... ..1ot, Springs .... 12 28
50 ..... Paint Rock...... 1 55 am
15 ......Morristown...... 9 25
30 .......Knoxville...... 8 15
15 ......Cincinnati.... Iv 8 00 pm
o.18. N a. 14.
10 am......Charleston...... 9 80 pm
10 .......Counibia....... 6 80
18 .......Prosperity...... 4 00
i7pm.......Newberry...... 8 42
15.......Ninety Six...... 2 05
iW ......Greenwood..... 1 43
)0 Ar... .Abbeville..Lv..12 86ni
.0 Lv...... Bilton........12 20
12 ........Pelzer........11 52
10 ...... Piedmont ......11 85
10 Ar ....GreenvilIc..Lv11 00
18 ......Anderson........11 88
10 Iv. Pendleton......10 55
i5 lv. . eneca .......10 17
5 ...... W alhalla....... 9 45
10 ....... Atlanta........
o. 17. No. 18.
ioani......Prosperity...... 8 10 pm
)7 .......Newberry...... 8 00
,2 ......NinetySix...... 6 52
15 ......Greenwood...... 6 22
i6 .......Abbevilic ...... 5 15
[5pm ........Helton........ 4 00
50 .. ....Anderson ...... 8 35
0.7. No. 8.
0pm.......Columbia ...... 9 40 am
........Prosperity..... 8 18
. .Newerry... 8 05
..Cliton.......( 6 52
15 ........Laurens....... 6 20
o. No. 10.
5 . ........lltonol........ 6 05 pm
53 ........Pelzer........ 4 28
10 .......Piedtont,...... 4 11
45 ....reeiville...... 3 35
ro.-4. No. 42.
00 am.. . ..Newberry ...... 8 40 pm
35 ........iton -. 6 00
35... ....Laurens. 15
. 7, 8, 0, 10. 13, 14, 17, 18, 42 and 43
y (xce)t SudaI.
uIlhnrni Sleepers on trains 15 and 16,
en ('harston, S. C. and (incinati,
o, via Allantic Coast Line, (olumbia,
CTille. 'aitit R1ock. Morristown, Knox
a.elio aml Junct ion Cityr.
OL I A AS, Tr:ifll 31an1g r. r.
A-1-. L. TAY .IAM, Ge'.Ps.Ag't.
A. I)OI)SON, Supt.
.IL. (-REEN. Glen'l. Manager.
V. A. TUIK, Assi. Ge4'l Agent,
Charlotte, N. C.
propose to rent for a number of
tr' at 0 balfe of q
1l for $4,150o, 1
tieh "Wml. Alaljmr 1
rivitr, 10 miles I
uses alhi good1 corn and gottuin
(d .suflict for six horss.'iS
.And to rent myw Tavlor fa- 4
iles south of isley,'near Crid~
inrch, for at imtul>ebr of yearsa, at 4
des oif cottoni per year, or sell the
neeiL for $2,500. There ar.e onl thi';
ace 2 gooid dwellings andL 1 tenant,
uso, at good oircharud unad good lantd
flicienit for at two.hiorse crop), wvell
miedl and iln a good sectionl of the
I also have othe1r lands1 to rent or
I. Co antd seo mo if you want
Pickens, 8. C.
I3 ATLANTIC COAST LINB RB
PASSENG ER D)EPAIRMEwi.
Wilminigtoni, N. U., Sept. 20th, 1891.
e'ast Linte be'tweent (Ubarleston uand o.
aiag anad upper South COL)lna ad
.serna P'orth Iiaroliina.
nag W est. GAoiug Etat.
No. 52. No. 58.
oil a.mi ..Lv Chiarlaston Ar. .12 50 a.m
............Laes.. .....11 17 p.m
40 ......ume......Satc.10 07
50) . . .Ar C.olumbalia Lv. .. 9) 00
41 p.m . .. .Winntsbiorro..4 23
69 ...Yorkville......1 40
17 ....Lnter....'. 8 20 a m
it . ...ltoek 11111. ...2 45 p.m
10 ..CharlottIe, N. C... 1 55
7 .iKriNwirry,S , Lv ~42 pm
'it - . . .G(reen wood..1 48
45..........Iar.... . 6aq . 20a m
50 ....Amlerson.11 88
.31 ...Greenaville....1 50
IS0 ...Abbieville...12 85
:10.......Sart inh urg . . .. 5 81i pm
51- JIendesonille(,'N. C 2 42
415 . . .Asheville. h. C.. . 2 00
No. 14. .4.
18 p. m. ..Charlestou .. ..11 5,0 a. mn.
10 .....anes'........9 50
35 ....Suter ...8 30
00 Ar... ('obimbia . Lv 7 10
1,lid trains between Charleston and Co.
Ge.n. Pass. A gent
PR O)PR IETORL
.)N UM INTS. TO'(M IISTO(NESI, CORl
N ElI STONEs, ETC.,
ide1 short not.ice. Sat isfact jon) Guatr
teed, sind piies as low as8 thle Iowest,.
L (.iamlity of th,. work tat all t imes being
I amt algentt for 'ha' best iron and wirc
nces onl tha mnaract. Oire mue ai call
dI try my ' work. R. M. WERT Z,
The railraud has ntot yet comue to Pick
s, but P'ieketis no11w in) spetlhdng dis..
If you are in Easiuley or Pl.kenQs, and
sht to talk tc-nyonie in the othier towln,
at stepl to the "phione " sta call1 theo on
I'elegramin )tom)pt ly irrar mitt~ed iuanJ
red inessi gutarant eecd.
'iii menaes:u( for l'ickens uad vicinia .