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-D)ays past 816, to come 49.
-Cotton Is 71; corn o cts; wheat S1.25
-Judge W. G. Field has resigned as
Trial Justice of Pelzer.
-Mrs. Dr. Williams returned from a vis
it to Atlanta last Sunday.
-Mr. Geo. A. Browning of Greenville,
Was in town last week.
-Capt. Thomas White, of Anderson,
has been quite sick for several days.
-Mrs. W. A. Palmer has b,een very sick
for several days, but is convalescing.
-Mr. T. D. Harris has improved the up
pe arance of his dwelling by repainting.
-The circus In Greenville last Wednes
day drew several people from this place.
-Mr. H. C. Hunt, of Dacusville. has sold
his farm) and will luove to Fort Hill this
--Henry A. Durant, who has been hi
Charleston this year, returned home last
-W. 0. Willard, o Liberly, furnishes
this town with very fine fresh lish every
-Valuable town and farim property for
sale is added to the Land Agency's list this
-Col. Wi. Nimnmons was in town oil
sale day looking stout and hearty for a man
of his age.
-Mrs. W. C. Branilett who has been
A quite sick for about three weeks is iow
-There will be atotal eclipse of the moon
on November lth, at 6:25 p. mn., visible in
-The bird law was oat on the 1st of
this month, and the sportsmen are imaking
up for lost time.
-What city was it, Buddle, ltt sent
word to the disciples to coie over anid hell)
4 -Remember that the railroad election
takes place next Saturday. Dou't fail to
vote for subscription.
-Mrs. Wash Folger, of Savannah, I)r.
T. W. Folger's mother, visited relatives in
the county last week.
--Mr. B1urkhalter says lie will hind him
self in the coninict to run the road into the
incorporate lim'fs of Pickens.
-John P. Boggs left last Saturday for Mo.
non, Indiana, at whi$ h plaimce lie expects to
go into the real estate business.
-The Clerk of Court was quite huvt%
last Fliday and Saturday settling up with
the purchasers of land on sale day.
-Dr. J. D. Cureton, through tle Land
Agency, offers a bargain to aliyonie want
aig a good house and lot in Pickens.
--The longest season of dyN weather we
have known for many years is n11w. It is
very favorable for the farner, though.
-Eddie Durant has gone to Cohunhia,
to take in the Fair, and while absent will
visit his uncle, Edgar Skinn1er, of SmMIter.
-W. C. lliott had a tine horse stolen
from himn at Greenville the day of the ir
cus. It wai hitched in Morgan's !o. when
-Treasurer J. T. Younghlood and Rev.
0. L. Durant left last Monday for Central
where they began their tour of the cou:ii,
IT to colleet taxes.
-Miss Emma Williams, sister of )r.
Williatus, of the )olenioy si (lioni, is gjuite
ill with typhoid fever. At last accounits
she was iityprovinig.
-Miss Miamie Allgood whoii has been
quIte sick with fever is ab!e to be out
again. II,er brother liarnett is now quite
sick with the fever.
-You think youii know how mtuchl bene
fit the railroadl will lbe to yo u now, tiut you
4 don't. Vote for the subseritionm amid whieii
she comes you'll know.
--Mr. Joab Mauldin, who recenti had
the misfortune to have his s tw in ll de'
8' royedh by fire, is repairinig and wjil sooni
be readly to tinishi his comi Iracts.
-Tlhe personal proIperty beloinig to
the late Mrs. Naomi L~ ('layton, was ,mhml
hy the exeetor, J. M. Stewart, iust Saur
dl ay, and ini prices were realtizedl
Essi Husel, ha goe nith his wife to his
future honme in Tennaessee. Tihe kinidest
wishes of many friends go w ithi them.
-The County Commtiissioners were in
annual session last Th'lursday and Frid-.y.
Tfhe onily business they transacted was the
approving or disapproving (of accoun ts.
--Mr. TI. Mon roe Pickens, of Gr-enville,
who is well known to many peopule hiere,
was mnarriedl last Wedneiisda at13 mBrewwerlion,
4Lauirens county, to Miss Emma E. Med
-A colored girl, I:ichmel Keller, from
near Central, was last wees, adjudged a
prope:. subiject for thme Asylun. anmd she
was cairriedl downi last Tlhumrsday lhv Messrs.
J. Willie Lathiem and 11. A. ihey. Jr.
- It is now lawful tom popi awiiy at liar.
tridges wherever landl owiiers will permiit
you. lBear in mind thait land1( does not have
to he postedl. Anyone hiunitiing or fishing
on tihe lands of others withlout permi sio n
are trespassers and many be procededl
against as such.
-Thue pick- pockets got in their work
very successfully at Greeniville duriing ('ir
cus day. Andesomn Pittmnan oif Greenville
counity, wins retlievedl of $'30 in moneluy, andi
A. 1). Gaillard, (if WaIhialli', oif $21) in
mioney andh $2001 in securities. Several
robberies in the city are reported.
--We note from thme Intelligencer the
. annonuicemnent of (death of five of thme old(.
'm, citizens of Andeisi)n county, anid one
in the. pimeV of lire: Mr. Nathaii Mc'Allis
ter, 85 years of age; Mr. Lawtonu TI. Ar
nold(, 91; Mirs. L. E. Elrodl, t7; Mr. Peter
KIng, 78, and Mr. Iva C. Lowe, ;;3.
-Married, on the 4th inist.-, at the resi..
* dence o f the bride's miot her, in GJreenvilleI
City, Mr. W. C. Garrison, of tat (uilty,
to Miss Isabiellia lewer. Rev. 113yroni 11l0i
iy perforimed the (ceremony. The friendus
jiuldi relatives of the groo(m on this side of
the river wish them bong aurd prosperous
--The flower garden of Mrs. J. MeD.
Biruce Is now radliant with chrysmnihenaijis
bloomting above the brown carpet of leaves
the early' frost hams spread uipiin the grouind.
She complimented us a few days ago with
a basket containing twenty-five varieties,
all oif which seeni to be running for the
prize In plieasing the fancy.
-T1he SaNTINKI. was mistaken in say'ing
on tho 2t9th of October that Rev. It. M.
lou would iiouve to) Pickens, but A lien,
Leavell & Co., will sell mihinery antd ladies'
jroods in the John F. Stewart stor'e-roomi.
'hey will also pay the highest cash piet
for all country produce. 'This flim will
not be In competit,ion with the mnerchiants.
-One night last week a negro wais trad
~ng In the store of WV. hi. Nix, at Easley,
uid aftt~ having b)ought $1.71 worth oh
goodsi from one0 of ilie clerks, threw upon
the counter what he said was a thve (dol1l1
gok(l piece, andl pretenin(iug toi he ini a great
hurry, asked the clerk for his chiange. lie.
11ng ini thio night and in a hurry, the clerk
' gave himt thirty ents In change, andl the
negro went his way $4.93 aheiad. Upoii
lnspection afterward the "'Ave dollar gmk]
nIee" proved to be a nickel nlnted willi
-The railroad is coming. Will you vot
-Miss Varlua Brown, of Anderson 11
-Don't fail to vote for the railroad nex
-It is a settled fact that if we do ou
part the railroad will conic.
-Thie trains will run just as near th(
court house as the engineer can get.
-Wesley Allen, colored, died on hi
filrin of Mrs. Laura Bakur list Tuesday.
-Mr. 1, C. Mitchem, architect, has th
contract to build an ts,oo hotel at ell.
dersion, N. C.
-Now that it has rained let the farmers
sow wheat. 14aise your own wheat, and hr
independent of "Old llutch" and grai
-The woi k on the court house is pro
gressing nicely. The ponderous timbers tu
support the roof will soon be ready to be
placed in position.
--'Squire 01'lpio, of Pumpkintown,
was ill to see the kNINiit lat week to get
some blanks for his court. Ills Honor is
kept quite busy these days.
-11. 0. Bowen, Esq., bought twenty
acres of land lst sale day three and a hal'f
tiles west of Greenville for $780, and has
been offered $1,Oo for his purchase.
-The only way people succeed at any
thing in this world is to work for It. Then
let 1s, all puh the wheel and roll up a big
majority for the railroad next Saturday.
-The watch given to Mrs. Naomi L.
Clayton by Julius E. Brown, son of Senai
tor Browr, of Georgia, was bid in at the
sale by Maj. J. M. Stewart for $37.50.
--Dr. Riley will commence a protracted
meeting in the Presbyterian church at
Pickens next Monday morniing. lie ex
peels the assistaice of Dr. J. L. Wilson
--Thie Stewards' me-ting of the Picken
Circuit will be held at Pickens C. I.. in the
Journal ollice, on Saturday the 21st instant,
at 10 a. in. All the Stewaids are expected
to be present.
-Every farmer aromnd and above Pick.
ens who uses fertilizers on his farm will
have the cost reduce( two doilats per tor
with the railroad to Pickens. help secure
- Mr. Mathias It. Richardson, one of the
most successful cotton and corn raisers of
Five Forks, Andersoi county, and his
clharminig laughter, Miss Emma, were in
Pickens last Saturday.
-Be careful of your money. It is too
searce to lose Mr. E. P. Allgood, of
Slablowo, lost his pocket-book a few days
ago with thirty dollars. lie found the
book, but the money was gone.
--Tanta" Ijogus writes the SENriNtL
that lie saw one first-class passenger on the
vestibul train at Central last week. This
passenger was perelied upon the bumper
between the tender and baggage car.
-Geo. W. Powell was arristed Tuesday
moriniig on a bench warranlt. by. Deputy J.
C. nnings and coniltted to jail. A
seaed8"l lee e wis left for him at the last
term ot the U. S. Court at Greenville.
-"131nsinless is businless." salid the Dutch
man. If you owe is a little or big Lill,
la(1se CoMI in an11d see about. it before the
r0oads feeze up. Yovrs for moneY,
LEw%is & Movitis.
--Fre sh oyste'rs. fried,l roasted iad stew
ed will te seurved at the Qillian House next
F-ilay evening by tile hulies of the Pres.
byterian Ciure h , cotmuencing at 7 p. i.
io: ye Pickens people! coime one, conie all!
- For the money, our premium offer,
Wcbster's tinabridgedI dictionary, is a mar.
iel of excellence'(. Cell anud see it. or seni
us -$1 .50t belsides your subhscripition to thli
SixTiut. and have one delivered free from
f'oe (Conimiissio iner Tihorildey last Mondlay
chbarged wvithI passi ng ol' ai wazshedi nickel
onl W. H. Nix for: a Iivye dho'Jarl 1.old piece.
ie was hel fora court. lie was arrested
by l)epuity J. ('. Jeinigs.
-('heisli'y llag~s, color'ed, ieid at, the
home of his somn-in-i.law, neair Libermty, last
8:at urday, at iihout seventyv years of age.
Ini war t ilies (C h1 was a itthfiil serivant
andiu aclte a' s forem:mt i onu tlie farmn where
Ite edit or of thi' Siex-r:N .:i. was r'aisedi.
- There is a fe(lition tbefore thue County'
Conuniiissionti's aiskinig for a niew roaul or
c'hlamges ont tihe old1 one fromi Liber ty to
Foirt 1liill so as toi avoid the railrornd. 'We
hope thie peltition) will Ih' graintedl andl thei
ro adl put as far as poibl~he fronit the tail.
---T1hec Sonth Caroliuna Methlodist ('onfer'.
enei'i mee'cts atl I).trl inaton on thle 2d of fle.
eiebe next, andic thne Stiti' Blaptist :oniven-.
tiinl mee(ts at Spartu anhurtig on thle 3d of I )e..
('ember'i. l)elegaites whol expe~ct to at tend
Mcravy, Esti., so as to) be furniishied with
-Nothing is of so mnehcl imnporitan'e to
Picke'ns just now as thle railroad. It will
putliStFastinetand thie uIppe i(l'or t itin of I lur.
thuis add h one11 dllhar to th li-price of every
haile uif cloitton they have to se'll and redui-u
the c'ist oif every toni of guano at least twi:
-Mi'. Geo. Wi. (Grillin, one of the most
shuc'essful farmers iin the S dudla Sidle, last
beetC weiging tien poudslI andm tIen ouncest-,
tandt mealsuing tweinty-fouri inchies in ir.
enmfereinee. This becet be'ats the one- men
tioned two wee'ks ago, and also beats aniy.
tIling we hlave seeni inl tee line.
-Mr. .Johnu Mi. G'lenn, MrIs. J. P. Smithi
aond Mhisses1 Mariy and11 Anmanda Iloggs, ol
Ihe Sliahtown sec(t ion, visitedI thle A ugusto
Expoisit iont last. week and re-turnoed on Sat.
urdal;y. Ilhey were acc'omlpaniedi by tivw
"b'achlellors," Me'ssrs. TI. S. Glenin and II.
G. Anerison. Wie suipposie the ladies tookil
these' I wI lon)hg to entecr the as(11 aS part o1
the S. C. ex bhit (?) - Advocate.
- Mr. G. P. 11ill, who is constahle for
the court of I is ilhonor, I. W. Pic'kens,
of A nderson county, caime to P1ickens basi
Friday andl arrelste'd Mat Gabrell, coloried,
one11 iof Johin Wyvatt's brick yairdl hands.
Mat is chiargi'd with assault and battei'y oin
1)n1ft Wrnighi. coltourd. 'The lheating was
ilet [I tIhe 11tti inst. Mat. gave hond Ibe.
flite Tr'Iial ,Justicoe Itoinson forI his tappeari'
-Tli-re was wh'lat m'.hlt well be termed)('
a famnily renioni ini i'a us last Sat uayi.
Me'sdamesid ti'Irt ia Ellisoni, Nancy S M<
Whorntetr. 1F:nn.ie A. G rilini andi Mary3 L.
SumiithI, snlrvi vinig daughite'rs of Ithe Imte L.
C. aund Carlolinei Yoiunug, werel in P'ickcene tr
dispose of their' intere-msts in the Y'oung~
I lomne Place, to1 which tIhl'y fil heirs or
the recent (li-lth oft thI-r mother11-. Theil
bar'gainmed the lacte to Mr'. Elias I)ay, whm<
has beenu iln possessio n of it fori se veru'
y'ear's. Of I t his sist'rhiood of amiabile ntt
tr'ons thleir hiusbandsi may wi Ilit- prndi .
-One of thle SUNTNmCu's corre-spiondenut
iS derelict this week. Messrs. Johnlu anm
Thomnas flinnte-r, sons oif Capt. Wim. I lun
te-r, Were imatrid to the Misses Ghilstranp
damughters of Mr. Peter GilsIrap, on thIm
4th Inst., biut the otlleiatinig clergymnan o
notat-y haus nuot sent int names, &c., for pub
heaUtion. lloiwever, these younmg peopi
have tIle heartiest congratulationis oif th
Later.-Married, otn Tuesday night, thm
ad of Novembher, 1891, by itey. W. C
Meaboirn, at the re-Sidlence of time bridt-s' fa
ther, Mr. Peter (Jilatrap, surrounaded by
iam'ge cirele of relatives anid friends, Mir
Jomh lunter to Milss Mattie J. Giilstrap
and at the smei time and place, Mr. Thoe
Ihunter to Miss Emmai J, Gilstrap, all o
THE RAILROAD I
MIe. BURCKIIALTER IN TOWN AN10
Tell Your Neiglabori van Engineer i
Now at Work on tihe Route, and
Then Fall Into the Line of time
Proceuion of Prog
ress Next Matur
VOTE 1101 SUiBSCIiPTION.
Mr. J. 11. Burekhalter and Mr. Grandy,
of Augusta, O., were here last Monday.
Mr. John Ferguson, was also here. Mr.
Burckhalter came to let us know that lie
was still with us on the railroad matter.
A meeting was held im Col. Ilagood's ofilce
in which Mr. Burkhalter stated that he had
been corresponding with the authorities of
the Cumberland Gap road with a view to
leasing or renting their right of way. A
letter from President Gallagher to Mr.
Burckhalter upon that subject, was read in
the meeting. The cause of the delay herc
torore was in trying to get a definite propo.
sition from the Cumberland Glap authorities
for the use of their right of way. If he
can make terms with them, it will probably
save a considerable expense In the construe
tion of the road. Ile wants to lease tleir
line from Easley to this place for ninety
nine years. Mr. Burckhalter said, howev
ever, that he would put an engineer oi tile
grouid this week (by Wednesday), with
instruction to survey a new line and to re
survey the Cumberland Glap route, and that
as soon as the engineer had done the work
and made his report, lie would come ip
an([ complete the arrangements for tile
building of the road if it could be done.
Maj. J. J. Lewis called the attention of
the mieeting to tile wordilig of the notice
in the papers about voting the tax, where
It reads. '"that the said railroad company
do build, conistruet and complete a railroad
etc. fromI the town of Easley to within the
corlioact its of Pickens C. 11., or with
ill a!1 1:. ;of.' Some objection was
mm! t I hat the road migit he built
It Ith' I ilis place and tie depot locat
ed therv. Mr. 13irckhalter stated thAt lie
would bind himself in a contract to build
the road inside the corporate limits of the
town, aind that we might locate the depot
anywhere we pleased and lie would build
the road to it if the engineer could get to
it upon a 100 foot grade.
After the vote of Saturday, Mr. Burck
halter will come back, and the townships
voting the subscription will be called to
meet to organize the company. Notice of
the meeting will le published in time to
let everybody interested know so that they
may have at voice inl selecting the ollicers.
-Oh! the beautifil and gaudy chrysan
theimins! Mrs. J. 1), Cureton treated thle
SKN11mi:. to a baskeit of these most lovely
flowers this week, for which she will ne
vest our hea,ty thanks. She is well posted
on ehrysanth8mms as well as on ll the
other.'llowers of, this climate. By the waiy
Mrs. C. hIs just received from her mother
in Fairtield county. quite a1 curio4ity, inl
0n(1-foitth of a (Iizen Chinese quinces.
They are Iarge, well developed and a most
excellent fluit for making into preserves.
Y'ou shoutld keip Salva)tin Oil on hatmd
it will Cure;I a l hs ad piains. Price only
Illumbiiohlt ii his Cosmos, thought he
shiowed uip thle woritd. Suppos0e ihe htad
lived to know l)r. lml's Cough Syrup.
lBut, lie didni't. alas!
-Mrs. Ileny Sinon, of' P"ndle'ton, is
visitinig her sister, .Mrs. J. J. Lewis.
I ~ S. %. Picl)4.
Thei Sai ly', scho'ol at Mountaini Grove
~21st. The folio wing schoi is: Pickenis,
lioily Spins Alitioch, P1oter's Chapel
anld iter. Ji. M. Stewaitiare requet(sted to
address5 11 the i chldren (anld growni folks).
--Nir'. George 11i11 was biefore Tr'ialt .J s
I ie(' li hison: last Mondatty cha:rgedl waithI a
miisdi'meaniort. lie wa';s reqired(' to give
boind forl ('ut. II ltwas represeniteti by
Messrs. J1. P. C airey :md( B. A. Morgan, th'e
S. JT. Johnson, 'ontat r andO 11 builder.
Wor4ltk done on short niotie,' and1( sat isfaic
tioni guairateedc. Address Piedmilont , S. C.
"A1lias! Alias!'" the dude exclained. "'in
myi) sIlede iankle I've gi)t palins.'' "DJoni't
fret," said ma, for whom lie had sent, '"I
"'My' Itime is upt," saidl the dloctoir to tile
pattienit, whIomt lie found usiig Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup,, andc lhe was correct, for his
cough hadu been't cure'cd.
F. B. hliekey. 1208 Main stre'et, Ly'nch
biurg, Vai., nrites: "I was broke (lilt all
over w%ith Isores, andl liy hair was famllinig
outt. A fter uin~mg it few biottles~ of Botiani'c
iloiod Balm myi hair quit ftalling ouIt and all
tIhe sor'es got well.
D)ou you want a niew stove? Tinware of
any3 kind tl.Imade fromi tile best lmat erial, or
some( oif the~ biest and1( chueapest .Jeaniis ever
off'eed ini Picensll counlty? If so, go to
Lewis & Morris', the popiular' cornier store.
J. W. Yaites, Tniltlahomla, Tienitn., writes:
"'It does meiu good)a to praise Botantic Blood
Hahn. It ('ured me (of an oblscess on thel
hitngs iandl astoattt Ihat Itubled me two
years anid that other remnedies failed to hen.
Andl Bath Rooms.
Iln reari of Ma~siln liouse4,
(G11EENV ILLEi, Si C.
An easy shmave gularanmteed. htai r ne at ly
anid taustefuld v 'll. iut. Shampoiing aid hi~r
* liir ton i(s fori ('railienlt ing ihandr'uff' andu
Ilieki'y's M1agie Iiarar.l i ne adlwaysi on
hmand andl for sale.
HOTn AN COLD BATHS. (1td
\Apmhlet of Informatin and ab
\surict of! thel li.wa,ihowiing flow to
Bought by Mr.
further particulars an<
Wo have arrang(
prices for it, nothwithsti
rise, and we urge partim,
hold our flour and bacol
back the pay when we ju
in Prices !
A change in our Arm is contompla
ted at an early date and from thi
date until our present stock is din
posed of we will offer our entire stoch
at a 'p'ont reduction.
Tremendous stock of Jenas and
Shies to go at a sacriflo. This ii
no old shop-worn stock of goods w4
atre offering but brand new goods
Buyers will have a pionic as long ai
There is a few pieces of Jeans al
25c., up; Shoes 20c. per pair, up; hesi
Shirting 4j cents per yard.. Big
Stock of Groceries at reduced prices
Hardware, Crockeryware, Glassware
Trinware-in fact, everything now ir
stock to go. No reasonable offer re
A few more of those fine Texa,
Red, Rust-proof, Oats, cdl and ge
soine while they last.
If you owe us anything call al
settle at once. No goods charged af
ter this date.
Six fine cooking stoves at cost alu
freight' A good horse for Bale cheap
October 27th 1891.
PAITL & 8MITE
Chairs, 40 Cents.
Suits of 10 Pieces,$12.54
Par'lor Suits, Plush
Collins anid Caskets a
aniy time, dlay or niug1t.
P~ushi the biuttoni on oui
front door and your~ ca
will be answered immed:
To get your goods chieaj
PANTZJLERI & SMIT
63 and 63 MIain St.,
(uIIEEN1VIL I E, S. I
fll ieeephone Nos. 04 and1( t8.
The Standard Rotary
Proud of its beauity.
1Proud( of the unliforit y of its st itch.
Il-itud of the variety of its work.
Protal of lI it!'- speed((.
FACTS WOltT'hI T1llNKlNG ABOU']
TheI "'Standard" has thle biggest b.obbi,
'The tinest goodls are'( not draw or'..l puel
Less noi se.
, ~ious ifIty pejr cenit. 1 literi than51 ibira
jog Ilu2I1hun1 S.
Hlent wood work of the finest finish (vi
Shortes..t nedhl e used ini Ilock-stitch, inu
('hine(s thereftore less liable to bend( an
Wt~ill wear Iw~ie' as le,it as oIther 1(oe1
EvrI p r 11 (I i s ~5 01 )indpende t of (every o i
ost Terefore yo (nn kee a -Sa
LEWIS & MORRIS.
oct Ilai f Pi(kens, S. C.
SChOOL5. CHURCH, BANI
-- AND COURt HOUSE
Settees for R. R. Depots
and Pi'e, Bid'gp.
- GATES DE8K 00
Are now refeiving and opening their
FALL GOODS I
W. X. Magoxt irt New York. Watoh this space for fuller and
. *ome their store for
ryLC_ AND BAT10AlS.
DOD, BRUCE & CO,,
Itckenx, S. C.
October 20th, 1891.
d to buy cotton for a near factory, and hope to be able to give fair
imding the heavy decline the past week. There is little hope for a
I who are owiig us to bring us their cotton witliout delay. We didn't
I in the spring for higher prices, and it is not fair now for you to keep
3ed it. 11AGOOD, BRUCE & Co.
THE RICHMCND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY,
ATLANTA AN) CRIA1LOTTIC A11 TANES IVY DITISION.
00hedule In effect stul. 6, 1891.
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....... . J28 pm8 25 mm1l... .owell .... 1 6 22 am 6 43 pm ........
....... S 41 piml :3 88 am l v........Castonia .......'V 6 1 am) 6 :12 m........
8.... .... 08 pia 4 03 motniv... .1lni'.1 M uiltw1a ...V 64 544 m I W pm ........
........ 8 20 pmi 4 m! r.m v.... ... rove:-...... v 5 27 .i 5 51 mi ... ....
8 80 p-.n 4 C2 an.;lv. . ..1. ..Beksurg. . & 1i a 5n 5 42 pm ........
3 49 pR 4 50 am'IV........iai ney's.....I...t 4 59 atn 5 24 pm ........
. . .. . 4 1t pis 4 27 r.n:ilv ....... Cowpen's.... -....Iv 4 .-4 amn 6 01 pm! ........
.. . . . 4 15 Jim; 3 I'l an:;lv... .. .Cliftilm.........Ivi 4 *81 amn 4 57 pm . .. .
4 U pmn & 0 zwli ...... bpaiaibiirg .... ..!v 4 03 atal' i pm 6 5 pim
5 11 pim 610 milifY........ Welfor't ........lvI 12 am 4 1 pn.
........ A 21 pin 6 28 am y . ... reer' .........Iv V ; 1aii' 4 01 p .
1s 31pm 6 05 pai 760 amO i l ... Creenville....V II 0;P am 8:10 pm 6 05 Pi
........ E 33 pm 7 %am'lv........Easev's ........v ' 31p n 8 1).....
.......... 7 24 pm 8 1% am Iv entra 1........v 2 10 an 2 35pm1.......
-j-..-.... 7 53 pn1 13 884 anil I . ..........Iv 1 30 anr 1 .2 Ims.......
.. ..... 8 12 pill 8 5r aiiv......W estinhis.r ......v 1 10 pmn 1 to pm.......
........ 50) In 9 35 amlIv..........o a........ Iv 12 28 -m 12: 9 am -.......
- 1) ".1pin 10 19 am I .... ....Alpunt, Airy .... I..v 12 00 n't 1 2)09 ain
930pi 10 15 amilv........Cornelia .... j....vI 1 [i pm....01 a
-....... 9 53 1m1 10 38 :1 IV.........lelton..... ....IV II :t) pin ll 40 aimil.
3 14 pm m 5 pi-10 1i -itn iiv..........ImIla..........l 11 27 pm 1:1 am 8 14 pn
- 3 86 pm 10 213 11111 11 am-lv....... (lainlemville. . . .1 58 pmi 11 li am; 2 52 pi
.... .....0 53 p, 1 3I am.lv ... ..Flowerv ..n .h . 10 3 7 pmn 10 1s an.
..........i t 0 pn 1 46 11 . .. . BIfir4l .... .....VI10 22 pm 33 ta .
..... .... I1 I - pmn I11 51. amsI : v .......Stiwanve.. . .. ...Iv' 10 07 pim 10 17 anj . .. .
.. -.... 11 29 pim1 1 2 12 1)111 1v......... hlu1th.... ....Iv 9 54 pm 10 06 Ut.
........ 11 3 im 12 im Ilv........Nr rc ss........ v . .11 pmi 9 55 am
....I. ...I1 51 pn' 12 35 pm v. ..C. .. ..Ihml t'e. v . . 28 piv 9 43 aml .
5 E) 11111; 12 30 pm I 10 pIn :tr...........Atlanta .........vt 8 50 pmij 1 10 am 2 n1J
Additiomld rains Nos. 17 i'- 18-L,tila avEimnliatimi, didly xcept. Sunday
leaves Atlantt 5:30 p i., arriv's Lula 8:12 p. In. IetirIing, leaves Lula E:00 a. il
arrives Atlanta 8:50 a. ui.
BetWeen i,ula aid Atlins---No. 11 daly% exept Sun1diy, andi Nd . 9 dalIv. 1eav
T.ula 10):05 p. mt., aml 11 :40 a. im.. ariv e AthIenis 12 .05 a. mn.' and 1.4.0 p. mt. lIM tr
jng. l eave Athle- s, No It0 daily' exceplt Snimday,t anid No. 12 iilyI, 7.20 p. mt. amd 8.3:
a. ini., arrive I,nila 0.21) jI m. :n:d 1E0.301 a mt.
5 liet weent I Ttea .and EIlIbert on-No E61 (1aily except Suniday, leave. TocconIt 12.5 lS
im , at':e Elbt-rhtIn 41 45 p. mi. teturing1 t, N s. 00 tiaily~ except. Simdaity, leavte Ell it
Itain 5.4 nl . in. arrne Toccon 'i 9. 15 tatm.
Nos. 11 and 1? carry Puillmian Sleepers bet weent Washtingt<m and Knzoxville i
Sal ishms, ai. 9l and lit 10 betweeni At lanEta an Ne Yoirk.
Ont No. Il no0 ebanite in dayt (coachles fr'om N ew Yo rk to Atlant a.
Nois. 37 and 38- -Wash ingtonl andl 011I S utwst ern Vest itbtle imiiiit ed, ht wet(n Al
Ianata and W shi ngton. (oni this t rain era farte is charged.c ini connee4tt ilin wit hi tirs
class tickets, not1 ecin~lg 82.0(0 over an td above nsnal Piullinaniin- toa~ -' 1- poiii
For deEtailedl informait;t ion ias toi lAeal 4 am tharoutimeI litablesi (, rates and I ullmain
Steein ig-tai reservations1, coife ithi loca((11 lage~nts. 'ir addre .ss
JA. J. A YI,oft, WV. A. T'It K,
G.en't P'assenrger Agient. Ass't Gen'l Paiss. Agent.
AtlIanita, Ga- 'liriot t e N. (
W. 11. Olm EN, GIenil laager, SEol, IIlAAS, TIraIlie Mlaniagt r,.
(. 1P. 11 A .3131oN I), Snpt. , A tlanta, Ga.
G.oods on hand at this corner than ever before
andi this enablles us to umake prices so
i uth thre is 1no better way to consult your interest and say
yourI hard earned cash *~ A
b)y buLying.~ wvhat you needl from us.
WVe are bound to please you whether your politics are lik<
or yout favor the subl-treasury bill.
Our goods are first.class in every respect, and if your
can talk, we will be as careful to give it all its mloney'
worth as though you were here in p)ersoni.
While we wish you to ponder well the above, p)lease d<
not forget that if yotn owe us anything, that we n1eedl it to pa
our dlebts, andl comie forward at onlce andl get a clear receip)I
and we will be ever so glad.
- Yours truly,
LEiW IS & M OR RIS,
The Popular Corner Store,
P. S. Just received, a nice lot of furniture, which we offe
Ieift9 PIcIkenl. S. C.
We Wasst yeoar Trade, anid wrill do everyi!sing lI.
our power Eo picanie yess.
-r! We 4UI'AURANTEE OUR DRtUtM anmd Ever'ytIming~
eli'e we McII, to be pea.re.
d Pr.4(es Ipion C0mM(arci'nIly C'oumuounded at Modterat4
.1 Nop to see us whe in (reenville.
A. B. & .i. 1L CA RPENT ER,
MANSION 1HOUSE DRUG STORE.
IaLm~minm *ma~mmau ate Y1ocnsi Patl t siti . (- Ctalgu
byut Iiatto I..hNgil C0Ueg,,
ftlehmond a Danvill R
Greenville and Columbia Division.
COndensed Schedule Sept 6th, 1891.
Trains run on 75th meridian time.
Going North. Going South.
No. 15. No. 10.
6 15 an... Lv Charleston Ar.. .12 50 am
10 15 .......Columbia....... 8 50 pm
12 ;8pm........ Union........ 6 29
1 55 Ar....ipartanburg.... 5 8o
3 00 ........Tfryon ........ 4 17
3 41 ........ sa luda........ 3 41
4 09) .......Flat Rock ...... 8 16
4 22 .... Hendersonville.... 3 01
5 17 .. .....Asheville....... 1 55
6 46 ......Hot Sprin 's .12 28
5 50 Paint Io.. 11 55 am
7 15 ......Morristown. 9 25
ZI 30 ...... Knoxville...... 8 15
10 15 ...... ic ilitinti.... lV 8 00 pm
No. 18. No. 14.
6 40am......Clarleston...... 9 80 pm
11 10 .......(oum1nbia....... 6 80
12 S8 .......Prosperity...... 4 00
12 m......Newberry...... 8 42
2 35 ......Ninety Six...... 2 05
2 56......Greenwood.. 1 48
4 00 Ar... .Abbeville. .Ly..12 85m
4 10 Lv......IlAton.......12 20
4 42 ........Pelzer........11 02
5 00 ...... Piediont ......11 85
5 40 Ar.... Gree:.ville . . . Ly1 00
& 48 ......Anderson........11 88
6 40 )y..... Pendleton......10 65
7 55 lv...... Seneca.......10 17
A 25 ..- a ialla....... 9 45
12 30 .......Atlanta ........
No. 17. No. 18.
8 50am'...Prosperity...... 8 16 pm
9 07. .......Newberry...... 8 00
10 22 ......Ninety Six...... 6 52
10 45 ......Greenwood...... 0 22
11 55 .......Abbeville...... 5 15
12 15pn ...... Belton... ..... 4 00
12 50 .. .... Anderson.... .. 8 85
6 00pm.......Columbia...... 9 40 am
7 28 .......Prosperity...... 8 18
7 45.......Newherry....... 8 05
9 08 ...... .C"intoi ........ 6 52
9 45 ........Laturens....... 0 20
No. 9. No. 10.
12 25 . ........eltOln........ 5 05 pm
12 53 . ........Pelzer........ 4 28
1 10 .......P'ied iont...... 4 It
I 45 ......reenville...... 8 35
No. 4. No. 42.
9 00 ai. . Newherry ...... 8 40 pm
10 55 ........Clinton'....... 6 00
I1 55 ... .... Laurens . 5 15
Nos. 7, 8. 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 42 and 48
danily e.cept SInday.
Pulm1an Sleepers on trains 15 nnd 16,
h elweei Charl ston, S. C. and Cilncinati,
Ohio, via Allantic Coa-st Line, Columbia,
Ashvyil!e. Paint Rock, Morristown, Knox
ville. .Jellico atnd. .hm"netion City.
SOL IIA AS, Traffle Macagr.
.J AS. L. TA Y )1!, (en'l. Pass. Ag't.
J. A. DOD)SON, Stilt.
W%. If. (-MEP'IN. G'en'l. EMaaer.
W. A. 'TIlK Ai t Ge' AAt
(t arlott, N. (.
T lN Z~ XILT
I propose to rent for a number of
years at 9 1a4es of cotton per year,
or sell for $4,500, my plantation on
which Wmn. Major lives, on the Salu
da rivtr, 10 lnil'i from iLo city of
Greetville, on which there are tenant
houses anJld good corI and ctton
- land sufficient for six hoirses.
) And to recnt my Taylor farm 4
miiles south of Easley, niear Carnmel
Chmrch, for a numbnler of years, at 4
bales of cotton per~ year, or sell the
a )1ce for $2,500. Thecre are on this
pilace 2 good dwellings and1 1 tenant
-house, aL good orchaird and& goodl land
suiflicient for a two.hiorse crop, wel
locaitedl and in a good section of the
I also have other lands1 to rent or
sell. Come and ace me if you want
C. L.1* LLiJI1VGSIVg gT,
Pickens, 8. 0.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINB R
Wilnington, N. C., Nov 6thath, 1891.
Fast Line heti ween Charleston and Ce.
hmibnlia anal uapper SouthI Carolina and
WesenNort hi .atrolia.
Goacing West- Golr,g East.
I No. 52. No. 63.
6 0 .m .Lv Charleston Ar.. 12 50Oa.m
8 40...........noter..10 07
9 51) . .. Ar Columbalia Lv. .. 9 00
4 41 p.m . . .. Wcciinsborro... 4 23I
535.... .......Cester....8 25
6 59........Yorkvi le... 1 40
H i7 ......Lnaster..8 20 am
6 15 .....ltoc~k 11111. ...2 45 p.m
7 10 . . .('harlottec, N. 1.. 1 o55
12 7 .mArNewherry,S. '., v 3 42pm
S54 ...Greenwood..0 4
5, 34 ....reenvcille....11 05
825 .. ... . Wlhalla. .. . 8 00
4 00)...... ..A bevill......2 l85 pm
I I) 0a ... art anhuarg . . .. 5 80
,c54 1Iinderisontvjile,'N. C 2 52
4 45 . .. Asheville.. N.'C.. . 2 00
No. 141. No-9
5 ia p. m.carleston . ...11 50 a. m.
7 10..........Lanes....... 950
8 35 ....Sum,ter . 8.. 830
10) 00 A r. .. (Columbaila . Lv 7 10
Sol( id ans het weenc (lharleston and C.
luinia, S C., a.d (airry thiro.igh sleepers
het ween ('larlies acia 1(11( cininti.
IT. M. E3MElSON,
Ass't Glen. P'ass. Agent,
TI. M. E3MERSON, TIrafIie Mainager.
J. 1U Kasv, Gen'cl Manneer.
XONULMr:NTlS, TOMIBsTrONES, COR-.
N Eli STON EM, ETJC.,
MadeI on short not ice. Natiasfaict ion Guar
aniteed!, iiaid prices as low ais thea lowest,
C quaility oYf th-. work at all timaes beinag
I an agent for thIe biest iroc:: and wira
fences on the~ mnarket. (Give me a call
and try myi work. R. M. IE'1 Z.
Thlie railir aad l.ias not ye.t come to Piek
ens, hura Pickenas is now ia sipeaig dis
L:cnce of thce r;ailroaid.
If youa are in E:asley or Pickens, and
wish to tialk to acnyoace in the other town,
just step) to the "phoane" a.d call the one
'JTelegramis p)romptly tranismitted and
correctness(5 gauaran lteed.~
All mnes-ages for Piekens and vicinity
a PICK ENS TRT.EPTON CO.