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The railroad is progressing fine.
jCot1on took a slight rise this week. It
I ~w 7J and 7J.
. P. Carey, Esq., attended court at
ville last week.
Morgan, colored, lost by death a
11 ild last Saturday.
ss Mary Riley, of Easley, Is now in
C of, the'post ofilce at Pelzer.
-- 1. Neely has purchased the Gos
nell C)e, two miles south of here.
-illie Lathern, of Farr's, has been
nick pi measles but is reported better;
- \ J. W. Brunson, of Spartanburg,
was a og his Pickens friends t his week.
-1 Mattic Kay has returned from a
a visi relatives and friends at Westmin
-- 'Vennings, of Anderson county,
is Vsi %is brother, J. U. Jennings ;of
this p -
--Iev. L. T. Weldon has accepted a call
to supply the Bapti#t Church at this place
for next year.
-After th6 warn rain of Sunday last
Monday morning dawned upon us a cold,
first-class winter day.
-Mr. and Mr. S. W. Major have moved
into the dwelling house in rear of Messrs.
Lewis & 11orris store.
-Don't forget the union meetings next
Sunday. They are very profitable and
should be well attended.
-Thanksgiving Day today. Let every
body rest from their labors and return
thanks to the Great Creator.
-H. A. lichey has sold his farm on the
west side of Twelve Mile river to J. 11.
Blackmon, of Anderson county.
-Mrs. McEleoy Jamison has been quite
sick for several days. She is attended by
Drs. 11. F. Smith and 0. M. Doyle.
-Elbert Mauldin who went to Texas a
year or two ago returned home last week.
There is no place like the Palmetto State.
-W. R. Kay has purchased the house
and lot from Col. Hollingsworth, recently
vacated by James Raines and will move
into town soon.
-Mrs. 11. M. Allen, of Central, has
moved into the store-rooin of J. F. Stew
art, deceased, and opened up a full line of
-A representative of the Janiestown, N.
Y., Nurseries, sold, and delivered last week,
about $3oo.oo worth of fruit trees around
-Mr. Doe. Moser died at his home near
Central on the 23d .instant, and was buried
the (lay following at Bethlehem. lie was
about sixty years old.
--W. W. Martin, of Spartanhurg, was
in town last week and availed himself of
the opportunity to get one of Webster's
-A tree fell across the telephone wire
near Mr. Carter Roe's last Sinday miglit
and cut off comimunication with i,asley for
an hour or two. It is all right now.
-Mr. Abe Nicholson was nmrried last
Thursday to Mliss Ruchei ('antrell, lev. J.
T. Lewis oficiating. The young copile
has our btst wishes for a happy aid useful
-The weather last week vas very had
on the builders of the court house. It is
now assuming such stattly and syimetmica
proportions that it has become 1he admira
tion of all eyes.
--It will lhe gratifying new.s to the friends
of JTamne:s iofllay to kniow that so far. h
health i0 ha ) ben good, anid thauti he is In it
oppressed witha ov'erwork. 1ie is in a Con
garee wod shiop.
-Mr. and ilra Silas ilinkle were ini
town last week. Mr. liinklehbrought down
four hogs and sold them andl realized $O.
Can a nman raisc four hogs as cheap as he
cani two bales of cottoni?
-Mr. .J. HI. 0. McD)aniel le f t at this oilie
last week a curiosity ini corn. It was
a well developed ear with three other
smaller ears grow~ inig arundio it ini the sanme
shuck. it, is called "possum corn.
-ou know y'ou OWe us5, andio you know~
it, is dtue. WVhy kee'p our mloney? We
have to pay our debts. Can't yoti doi
something at the right timue.
V Lewis & Morris.
-Treasurer Youingblood finished his
rounds of the count.y yesterday, anmi froni
no0w oin will be found ini hia ollhice luere un.
til I5th of Decembi er, whmen thle biooks
close, unless other wise ordered by the Leg.
-Marriedl, on Sunmday, Novemb)er 15th,
near Old Pickens, at the reidence of' the
bride's fathmor, Henry Johinsoni, Tholamia
WVright~'to Silly Johnisoni. Rev. Vanie, 01
Se nenca; perfoJrmed the ce'remoniy. Al
parties wetre coloredl.
both in (quality and price of goods.
--Many of the SENTmNKm.'s patronis are
availing thenmselves of' the oppotunuity o
procuring a Webster's Unabridged I )iet on
ary, by accepting the premium otTer madlt(
p. to sublscribiers who pay upl all arreariages t
the first of Jaunuary, 1 892, and to aill nos
-Manisel Burton the negrua who was sho
at Central last week by George Ariat, col
oredl, died fronm the elrfects ot the wundmii
on Tuesday night after the shiooting 0.
Sunday. Arial is in jail and will tic trie<
fo mnurdler. 11. 0. Boweni, Esqj., tins liec
reandto defend himu.
- -(apt. P. W. Seyle, of the Picken
ut4rag, last week receivedl a cheek fo
$100) 00, his comnpanuy's share ot' the Stata
Military appr'opilationi. Th'lis is certinti
snall coinpensation for the boiys andl ever
friei;d of thme State Malitia will heartily er
dorse tle' reconmendationi of Geni. Farley t
- Janmes P. C'arey, .Julius E. Boggi
Joseph II. Newton and ilemnry 0. Bower
of this bar, went to Greenville last Moi
S day, to argue some equity eases befori
.Judge Kershaw. Thue cases could a
lhe reached at our last termi of court, and b
I consent of the attorneys and the ,imlyh
theuy were assigned tO be0 heard at Greci
-The Palmetto Collegiate Institute
Lexington, 8. C., offers excellent adlvanta
ges at lowest cost. hlders of its certi'
cates will get first g rude teachers' certil
*cates. Beat equlippedl school of its (lassi
'the State.' Seven teachers. hoard and t
ion from $8 to $10 per imonith. For fu
hmformation write the principal, P'.]
--A news gatherer for this paper, belm
out one day not long since with ears ope
eager and.anxious to get all the news allon
encountered .the devil, (not the one we rem
of In the Bible), hut the one that stays in
neighblng. iiting eilice, who casual
#remarkeWTh1iat "Miss --- of
visiting.l'grs. -." The SaiNi. na
believink that it was true, jotted it dlown
his note book, wrote it up, and publish<
it In 'the last issue of thme SasruNam.. It w
revealed later that there was no truth in
and that the'enmark wvas made to head
BENTINRr. n n astray and make him pu
lish so"mething that was not so. Mora
Dun't yelieve anything the dlevil tells yo
Our little town was the scone of a beau
tiful wedding last week. A better tine
could not have been selected by the con
tracting parties, if good weather is an
omen or an indication of their future lives.
On last Wednesday evening Mr. S. W. Ma
jor led bliss Emma Stewart to Ilymn's al.
tar, and there plighted thtir lives to eaeh
other. The groom Is a young tiin of high
character who came here from And,rson
county about a year ago an( (IgjjgeI inl
business with Messrs. Jwis k iMorris, and
had mlade many frie(nd8. The bride was
the eldest (au1gh1ter of our worthly Clerk,
Maj. J. Al. Stewart, and is a favorite with
a large circle of fi0imds. The marriage
was a gniet affair, only a few special
friends of the contracting parties being
present, and took place at the home of the
firide's parents. PIr. J. R1. Rilley perform.
ed the ceiemony. They left the day after
the marriage to visit, friends and relatives
in Anderson county. Our best wisihes go
with the young couple for a long and pros
A Comuing M1ar inge.
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss
Agnes Smiih, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Sydney Smith, of Charleston, and Charles
0. Goodwin, of Smith k Goodwin, of this
city. The marriage will take place on
Wednesday afturncon, Decembwr 2d. at 4
o'clock, in the First Presliyteria Clurc,
of Charlestol .-Greetniville News.
The best cure for rinai m or neural
gia is Salvation Oil used according to direc
tions. 25 cet-s.
The news fronm tile seat of war is con
stantly contradictory; bit not so froml, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup; evvry report ccern
ing it prov. it the best c:ugh syrup known
Only 25 cents a bottle.
Tie real estate market was never so ac
tive inl this couity as now lt youl walit
to pick up a bargain in land, you should
subscribe f or Ithe Selinel anid watch nyp
the advertiseieits. Someltiing like the
Land Agency has been greatil'ly.ed in
this county. It 1h1s been selling and buy
ing some good bargains fotr its (11sitmers,
and if you wish to sfll or buy. stend in
your name and 1 ((,eciiplitiln of wlakt you
have to sell, o' of w Nha yiu wish to buy.
The Agency w .r Ilhan apt to lii(I
son1e oine to I 1% , .., 1).
Get the best and leapest; that ileanig
buy Salvation Oil for onlly 25 vents.
"A prophot. is no gotd inl his own coun.
try;" but Ihere i- ani excepiion to this pro'.
verb. Dr. 1iuinll ims 1 en 4)f intliite g,ood
to his5 countymean I his Couligh Syrup
has become a nationll1 IhaIn.
S. J. Tohns,). con1ractr11) andi htiler.
Work donle oi lht ii nlice, ail sa isra
tiol gIaranlteed, ddress Pie'hiont. S. C.
IF ickv *, I 2.' . i t Lynch
burg, Va.. n rites: '- was brok. Il ali
oV(-r with s(rvs, antl IN hair was faIllil
out. A fler isiig a f'ew bIt itl(-s of ietani<
Blood 1ahtin 11my ilir Ilit Fal'.ing oit ant al
the sorts got wNell.
Doff yol want a w stov'? Tiware (.
any13 kind,ld e a rl . Ilhe b10s1l aeil0
some of Ile bwst and ch'.ipest .'111 cre1
olfTered in Pickeiis c-,uty? If so, a4o If
LewisA.& Morr-i', thle lyp. lnlr sonet a)re
J. W. Yates,. Tu111lhollna. Tenn., wrtes:
"it <loes meI -4,41d to priseki tne 110
laim. It (1ured"1 il,' n 1 of an ob-s8s oil tlt
IIIgs a astIam that tul'd mI tw,
yCIArS anid that 011141 re-ilediesi faile If)d to ben
An old phyisivia. retiircd from praed4ie
havi'iuiit) h5.iad ' l e i h it h,iel l a il .
v'ege'tal e rinedy for I thI wie speed(y antl pei
( 'altarrht. Astil na, andi all throa):t andl( Luni
Alfe(tion)s,ls ais,I poi i' ail radhical emi
for Ner'v'nts I )-hii!it y and( all1 Nervous ('om
felIt it hiis duty to make11 it known to, his sl
aI de'sli to relievi' hinan: suil'ing,i I wil
si':i fiueeii oh mr'e. to all wh'lo desir' it
stIn, aionthi a. W.olmo A.iNoy
0)11 lerkv iNae
tat tou ty l of P i'ins. an
nid(i wo urt of 18 ominle nE ''k 1
'1. M.li' Hunte ef al,Defi,wlans.1 I
Cotenyfor(mpaint 1 fore patorIc
('lirt e 1 41a dcel fo pati
mad10, e i ate oe 0tated (' e, bo
Hon. J.ilse ha. IIlr)thaw, otf the 1thell
Nv.swt leav1. I wile t the highest
rbidde btoe the cout husede.
Saljedar i Die'cllmberc's
nex, he olie.in d :seribed'rel'e
said, on w('turs of ('le Cue,
Setyforal Sumemre orale
mont.hs, secured' byabn1ft
r it Ih tO~XN fuomlle.iki
Purc, i'hi' i. .y for'in .all, apr,s
11 NEiii1 aThouia SuprbNewPIA1
Ol PIA NS-t5 IIashi and blalance 3
1s Im l'X% imi BI [Lowest cas4h ratest.
adlvanicei. Nio in)terest. Wr'ite or c'all
J .. C. A I li'l'', (hat es. S. C.,
1Or J. L4 IIAYNIE & D)AUGI[TERS
it, . .. . . .
0' iG. 000 arrle's mIoIunt ain land)1; goodl
b- rain~e, v'ineya'rdts, orchardr(s, cte Fin
,,. Apl nto ieko Ub sr.au.m Ag:...e.
The Wilcox & Gibbs Guano Co.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
'TO RLNT aOR ZLIN
I propose to rent for a nuibeir ol
years at 9 imles of cotton per year
or sell for $4,500, my plant iona or
which WVIn.MAajor livvs, ()n thie'Salti
<la rivor, 10 iniles froitn the city o:
Greenville, on which there a1re tenlani
houscs IIIId good corn Iand cottor
land sIdlicient for six horses.
And to rvnt li'v Tavbor fann 4
Iniles sonith of Enslv, near Carme
ChurCll, for a qliih)r of years, lt 4
bales of cott(n per. YI'r, 'r sell th
place for ' $. 5100. ThIlero frle onl thi:
place 2 god dw-lings and 1 tenan
ouse, t go1d orel.ird anl g(od ha-m
stvfiicnit for it two.hoise vrop, wel
located ild ill a .ood suctioln of th
I a~~l:\ h'. um:Ids to rent o
sell. C'4e an4d sk. Ine if vou wan
C. L. HIF.! UNVY TH
Pickens, S. C
M(_NU M r*N'TS. TC)l I1i'T IN EM, CUi
N F.lt SI I >F. F,TC.,
e i i oil l. t11-tIc . N tisflton( ut
the<io li v fth '.akat lltilmes beiu
II i. r w f thr 1 b- lwst ir<m aIld wil
rfenes im I i -twirket. G.ive me a ct
anil try i Iu ik. t 'M. WERTZ.
The~i ia-h :i i.isiot yet I1ime o. Pie
.....n..I *. -1 hie"r i(;Iw in lp<)ain
- ton- oft ra'f ilr,a-lM.
4.I you aein uli;i ley rt Pinal
4 ish tofl to :van -sti thei~i 't!u-:r ow
- us s e lto Iih4e I -- lin-'' 441 i ll he o
T X l hrit I 2': .tly rs, itt1 d :II II
2 'l'eit~ ()i F. l ijl!c.OE ('O.ai
iti:.~tf oit i off'sale.ol*scl
(dIiSt'I F JY1 Ii'il CAROLIN'FH
l, Iith in u hist (w ight, and111
i mself~ and:i a4illi oiln-rl creitrs,
anv. of tb estate osait lLdeceaset
oLgni kn fraro5
v castb..i...n........B rnw,
,ttahalay in DibIniber,
nexi,e<bing the h 1.. h...sfor sa
- ll t ha ' .. . .r.u:--. .f.an
Anbr(eyo4 Utrewr 14. .'r..n. , ni
I wnylive(15us-,s gr.-....r....:
Bought by Mr. W
further particulars aud <
We havo arranged I
prices for it, nothwithstand
rise, and we urge parties w
hold our flour and bacon ii
back the pay when wo need
In Prices I
A change in our firm is coutempla
ted at an early date and frou this
(ate until our present stock is dis
'posed of we will offer our entire stock
at a great reduction.
Tremendous stock of Jeans and
Shoes to go at a sacriflo. This is
no old shop-worn stock of goods we
[ire offering but brand new goods.
1 Buyers will have a picnic as long as
There is a few pieces of Jeans at
r 25c., up; Shoes 20c. per pair, up; best
t Shirting 4j cents per yard.. Big
Stock of Groceries at reduced prices.
Hardware, Crockeryware, Glassware,
Tinware-in fact, everything i6w in
stock to go. No reasonable offer re
A few more of those fine Texas
Red, Rust-proof, Oats, call and get
some while they l14t.
If you owe us anything call and
settle at once. No goods charged af
ter this date.
Six fine cooking stoves at cost and
- freight, A good horse for sale cheap.
HARRIS & MORRIS.
r. October 27th 1891.
11 - - - --- - - - - -
'PATZLERI & SMITII,
J Bureaus 85.00.
R- edsteads, $1 .25.
"ChaIrs, 40 Cents.
~'Suits of 10 Pieces,$12.50
S Parlor Suits, Pluish
Coffins anid Caskets at
any time, da-y or night.
Push the buttoni on ou r
front door and your cat I
iwill be answered immedi -
To get your goods cheap
0' )ATZLERJ & 3MITll,
03 and 615 MIaIn St.,
0iREENVIlL, M. C.
I.'eCpTlphne Nos.( G4 and 34.
ce The Standard Rotary
- SEWING MACHINE!
Proud of its beauity.
- Proud of the uniformity of its stitch.
Proud (of its qulietne'ss.
Proud of the variety of its work.
Proud of iti spieed.
Proud of its inigi ious meiiehii smS.
it- FACTS WOIL'Til TIl!NI1NU AIIOl'T.
ho The "Stanudard"' has t he biggest xbbir
udof anty lock-st itch miachiine.
it hlds 1(00 yards of cottot'.
Ita 'The tenisioni is releaIsed when taking oul
The tineat goods~ are not dIrawni or puck
d. Ituns fifty per cent. lighter tihan vibrat
ie Thie most exspensive, t)>eauttifCul and prac
tio'al set of attaehmenoiit 5
A 1enit wood work of the Aniest finishev
th Short est ne(ed'le u.sd in lock-stitch ma2
ed chines -thierefore less liable' to benid iam
of s'kip) stitches.
rWilt wea'ir I wiec as long as other lock
stib mac(hin les.
Every parit is indi~epenidenit of every oth,
er palt, ando ('anl be replaced'( at a triftim
cor-*t Therefore you cnn keepu a --Sa
dlar" practicailly new a life-time.
oLEWIS & MORRIS.
octi5if i(iens S. C.
SCHOOL CHURCH, 9ANI
SAND do0URi NOUSE
- ~ FURINITURE
Bettees for R. RI. Depot.
.00 and Pahlic IIid'gs,
GATES DESK 00
Are now reociving and opening their
FALL GOODS1 "i
.X. Hagood in New York. Watch this space for fuller and
pme their store for
JEM AND [VtA[A11N*4.
OD, BRUCE & CO,,
Pickens, M. C.
October 20th, 1891. .
to buy cotton for a near factory, and hope to bo able to give fair
ing the heavy declino the pait weok. There is little hope for a
ho are owing us to bring us their cotton withit delay. We didn't
the spriig for higher priceu, and it is not, fair now for you to keep
it. IAGOOD, BRUCE & Co.
iHE RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
ATLANTA AND CII ALOTTIs A111 LINE I'Y DIVISION.
Schediile in effect Sept. 6, 1891.
3OUT1113OUND-Read Down. *11ally. NOlRTIIHOUND--lcad Up.
'No. 67.:*140. 11. *No. 4.. STATION.A. "No. 10. *No. 12 No. 38.
855- 5 2 0 n.t ..... . harlotte. 0 am, 0720pi 9 10p
........ 2 18 pm 8 1.1 am lv.... . .. 4lemont.......lv 6 31 am 6 51 pni ........
........I 2A pm. 8 '25 am lv.. . .owel........iv 6 23 am 6 -13 dl$........
........ 2 41 pm 3 38 am lv.......G a stonia . .....Iv 6 10 an ( i p-! ..... ....
.. . 06pt 408 . ...King's Montin .1. . lv 641 .:;a.........
........ 3 20 pm 4 2.i aml v........ Grover ........lv 5 27 am . . .....
........ 8 80 pi 4 32 an..v....... Blackshnrg.......lv 5 17 ai ' pin ........
........ 9 49 pm 4 59 am I v........Oaffney's...... .Iv 4 SU am ' 2.1 pm ........
........ 4 11 pn 5 27 an: iv....... Cowpen's....v....v 4 34 am. 5 01 pIm ........
........ 4 15 pm 5 31 am l .........Clifton.........lI 4 1 am 4 57 pimn ......
11 89 Wim; 4 32 pm 5 48 an lv. .paitanbut' ......lv 4 am .1 .13 pm U 57 pm
........ 5 11 pin 6 10 am liv......,. W elford........lv 8 a m11 4 19. pm ........
........ 4 '31 pm 6 21 am iv.........Oreer'A.........lv a 3.1 aa l 4 1 in ..u ....
12 :3 pm 6 05 pm 7 00i aimlv....... Greenville ..lv 3 05 am :30 i pmt), 605 pm
........ 6 pm 7 25 am lv.........EK sley's........lvI 2 38 in 30151pin ........
........ 7 25 pm 8 14 amn Iv.........C iitial ..........v 2 10 ant 1 2 35 pm ........
........ 7 53 pil 8 : n lv.........Sen ri.........v 1 I 0 ai- I - 1 1i'........
.. ..... pill 8, amlv. ..W estminster......IV 1 10 pm 1 2to I ........
. .. 113.1 ...,ro eom 1 ........ V 12 21 ,pm 1" :9 am ........
........ . 1i . Mount Airy ......Iv 12 00 nt' 10 am ........
. . . . f: 01 pm 10 15 :In IV ........C rielia........ 11 55 pm 12 01 aim ........
........ 9 53 pi 10 :18 ai.lv.........Belhon.........v 11 30pm in 40 am ........
8 14 pm 9 55 pm, 10 41 inv......... Lila ........... .11 27 pn 11 26 :n i 1 .1 pm
3 36 pin 110 26 pmI 1 11 (l.......(ainesville. ... . . INA, pmII 11 11 an 2 2 pim
........ 10 53 pmi it 81 an. Iv.....Flowery Hranch ....4l v10 87 pm 10 -S Hi n ........
.........1105 111- 46 am .......... 0nford.........iI 10 22 pim 10 33 Inn .......
........ 11 17 pm I1 59 am II ........Snwance........ 10 017 Pm 1 1 17 1m .........
........ ll 29 pm 12 12 pm1 .... ... ininth.........lv 9 54 pm 10 00 ann........
........111 43 pm 1'9 24 p1m 1lv........Noreross........ I 4 .11 pmn1 9 55 11111 .... ....
.........111 54 pm112 35 )m I v. ... .. ..Ch Ab .......IV' 9 - pM 9 -43 aml ...i.i.i.. .
500p m 12 30 pmi 1 10pm a.........Atinta ........ lv 8 50 pm 1110 am 1 25pm
Additional lrahis Nos. 17 and 18--Lula accomnicadation, daily except S1iday,
leaves Atlanta 5:30 p m., arrivi Lula 8:12 p. i. Iet urning leai es Lua 6:00 a. Im.,
arrives AtlInita 8:50 a. m.
Between I.lia and Athn4--No. It daily exmept Smiday, and No. 9 daily. leavi.
Lola 10:05 p. im.- and 1140 a. m . arrive At ens 12:05 I . .an 1.-..] p in. irn.
ing, leauve .\thi?s No 1i)0 :l:uily~ except Sinulay,iV andt No. 12 thaily, 7.20 p. ui. :n:'l 3.31
ia. im., arrive I ula 9.20 p m0. and 10.30 a. mi.
Hlet ween T1occea and Flhlirton-No 61 daily exceept Snday, leave TFocca n12. 55 1
inm , nrt'ye Elberton 4 45 p. in. Itet uning, No s. Ut0 dily3 except 8iuday, leave l ber
ton 5.45 a. m. arrivou TI'icon: 9.15 a. mn.
Nos. 11 and 12 earry Pallimn Mleepe.rs betwee Washinigton and Knoxil le vi:
Sal ishinty, an,t 9 and 10 he(t ween Atlantta anid Niew Yo rk.
on No. 11 no chanige in dav ('oachIe4 friomr New Yorik tio At tlanta.
Nos. 37 and( :38 -. Washington and Southiwest ern Vestihnled Limited. hiet ween A t
hanta and Washingtazon. On toIhis train extra fare is chariged in eon ilnin with fis rst
class tickets, noi t e'xc(edinog $2. 00 overi and( abiovet usmul Psil man chsarges to any po inti
For dletiled in fo rmnat ion as~ to l.eal and thlrungh time tables, rates aind Pullbum
Sleepinug-ear reservat ions, (ionlfer with local agents. or adudress
GAen'lIPassengi'.er A.-ent. Ass't, Gen'I Passu. Agent,
W. 11L OItEEN, Gen' Ma nagier, SOL lT~IAAS, Tlrafile Managrer,
At Ilaiita, (Ga. Atlanta, Gia
(. P. IIA~MMON 1), Sut., Atlanta, G.
Goods On hand at this corner than ever be)fore
and this enables uts to make prices so
that there is no be(tter way to consult your interest and sav<
your hard earned c:ash
by buying what you need from us.
We are bound11( to p)lease you whether your politics are liku
or you favor the sub1-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 money'
worth as though you were here in per~sonl.
While we wish you to ponder well the abiove, plas d<
not forget that if yon owe us anything, that we need it to pa:
our dlebts, and come forward at once andI get a cleatrI rceip)t
and we will be ever so glad.
Y ours truly,
LE WIS & MOR RIS,
TPhe Popular Corner Su .r ,
P. S. Just received, a nice lot of furniture, which we offe
I ~ ' .ant your Trade, and will do evecryithaIng ia
our pow.er to please you.
We (5UtAIC t 'TF.E OURi DRUIAH aund Everytinini
e1ine we nell. to ,2 '- puret.
P rescipltiosI4 C'arefully Conpouunded at Mloderat
stop to ace us wimeun In (Areennwllec.
A. B.& 1 .L CARPENTER,
MANSION H OUSE DRUG STORE.
Greenvnll. S. C
LAIHON 41 WNE_._.C
ARM"O~ A BMWIL le L Cgs
Columbia and Greenville
Condensed Schedule Nov. 15th, 18PL.
Trains run on 75th meridian time.
Bctween Columbia and Greenville via Al
ston, Newberry and Laurens.
Daily except Suny.
No 61 No 7 STATIONS. No 8 No 60
am am pm pm
. 7 00.. Lv Coluibia Ar..10 05
. 750... ..Alston....... 9 12
8 45 8 40.....Newberry..... 5 8 45
9 55 925.....Goldville...... 7 C8 7 85
1020 9 40.....Clinton....... 050 7 10
11 30 10 10.... Laurens...... 620 020
)mIn am pm m1)
12 20 10 33. .. Grny Court .... 5 57 4 40
1230 10 3 .Owhg... ... 554 480
1 00 10 61.. .Fountal1i Inn. .. 540 405
1 23 11 0.. ...Simpsonvillc.. 5 20 41
1 47 It 5..Mauldin..... 5 17 8 17
2 25 11 32. Ar Greer-villc LY.. 5 00 2 50
Ietween Columbia, Alston and Spartan
No. 15 No. 10
10 00am.... . Lv Columbia Ar.....9 2pm
10 55am .........Alston.........8 331)M
11 47aim......... Carlisle ... .....7 3.1m
It 5611am......... S:mtu1............7 2%1I
112 30pil .......... l"nioll ... 7..... . pm
1 031pm ........ Pacobf t ........ 12pm
1 30pni.. . At- Spai-tanin-ig Lv. . . 5 43I)m
lBetwevii Colu:mbia and (,'treciiville, via.
Behll. Da;ily exelojt Stilday.
11 Wan......Cobimna ... . .... 4 20ptna
12 00n'u .........Alston. 3 30pin
12 ............ar 3 !81)m
12 3-Spin ..... it 2 ") 'p1)
12 37pti .... 14cwhrry .....2 841usm
I O"plu 1.......... Ilelew ... .. 1
9 4 2pm
2 35pn. Ninfl S 1 23pm
0 - (;rveilmvood......o ~ .5pm
2 Ilim..........Iitr- . 12 1 Spin
3 31 11......... l ads ........ t 121pm
3 5 i11 ; it...I flozica Path ....II 50ami
41 Mipmi.. ..... .p iatii v.. . 1 43am
41 :15pn.. hiliaixtzoii. II I Iuintd
4 1 .........Ast-Ir......... 3i0pm
5 001)111........ P. iil. i ....... 0 1pmw
5 101)m.... A .rpitly .... 10 0o7n
1etwe 5pNewiwherr ..id Aderson.
D)aily '-41lt 11uday.
No. 17 No. 18S.
8 30taim. ... Lv \fvwhc(rriV Ar . .. 7 50pin
8 Waiui......... lele n.........7 45pmn
9 47pmn.... .. ..Chappe)lIs ........ ~I7p
1 35m.......Nine y Six........6 431pm
10 5p...... Greeniwood.....6 201im
10 28ai......... II fl.re.........15 1pm1
10:.414aym ........ Doiabi's........5 .0ipm
3 1im...... llonva Palh ... 52am
41 20am ......r Wlto.ii . ......51 10pm
500pm.....Ar Aieon Lv... ..5am
DO5A 40pe .: . :. rGa. Avlle )vn, Belto and
Ificlivailye. IxDaily e ett Sundy.
Nol. 17. No. 13.
S10aim....Lv Vnihalet Ar ... 7 0pm
.............. ..Seeca \......... 3 pm
9 4ari......Iv Siiec ...... 6 3pm
10 0am. . . . . Ar . nreend Ar. . . . 5 201)1m
10 t5am....... .liedwisi . .. .. 5 59pi
I10 4 am ...... AI DBelim ' .. ..... 5 40pm1)11
11 011im..... L -ltoi'A ...... 585 pm
11 5!ami . . Ar \Villiaus(oii . . . - 4 40pmn
I I 58ail........... Pclzot.......... 4 28pni
11 5A.....A nervilol Lv.... 3 80pm
11pmee Walhalla.r (A lnderson,l lA elton and3 O
Berween lles aild Abetville. Daily
No. itN)14.1'(UI)o1 No 13
o t0am .. . Tv Wnlhalla ir... 18 350pm2
931 :1a itt... .. .. I Sen e Ar.. ... 10 45pm
N 1 No 1 ASTI oUNI) N o 1 No 1
1i I mI . In .t . . 5 % 1
110 2am...r~ Willish> 1.v.. .5 4 10p
t2 50p .. 1. . A r eile I. ..21 . 0
BetwenU If'odges j:aiiAhhevill. Daily.
No. 11i Nsoli, ilSl',lioU N45 D N 17) No5 13
6 -Sfli il09.A Aheville Ar..lliigs 10 4X0
d1025iii 10..rt llotde r.14 . .1 10 550II
Triins Iea;)ve Spariteah. S. , A. 1 i
C. dtiiiona, 7.57rt hom, :7.54a.2 pin
m, .57s pev m ( Calihue limiterl);. 7. Oth
(veso.t ule hAmi t e ); w . e (tboue W1.4 N.i~
L't . iis , .5 p m., . 2 p m , for IIen-1S
dersonv*itie t: AsheietitSlrnsKnx
ITainsu~i c leae e.ile --ral C.,Ai & .
6.05 ym,u (.st ie limited); stighboull
6.24) a m,ii.: ytt m,n 1.3 pi (:vestmi ibute
Tnisleav Ieneen. S. C A. & C. i
Trains leave\ Gre'woo, ('i.i C. '.0 C.
m;ti .:lit m ; N A m( r m .C,:.5p
am.1 L urens, S. (.,4.5 m;aifor. Agu
lta . Ga.aa onssuh
GreenwAod .: p m I , Gareibru Paull-~t
nahI, La,a. Augsaarvi.vna
6.0 a 1 m. S 'Ft.r in g leiv ii.g: van a,
nhtwlinhiharhli.N. . Nti., 2:11. 1incin
I;at i >.. mliI ll ri:; (on A.t & C. ahisi o.
J. A 'ui.5iJ Sep., Cohnhia,S.J C
W.it A.T'lK A.t.Gen' Pas.~ EAet
WNi. H. ' 1E,GnlMNe. A.
lant)an, G. .L 'iIlsn r 5au
.lAS. . .TAY LOR,ii Gen' L'as9 Agt.
c,l :m3 lAAS, TrWile Manatr,Atlnt.
PA(S7 ENG ekR LiEAl'M.2' .
Wihningt on, .lit.lt, Nv. :.. 1891.
1h3 iar Na ij:uryS.Cth Cao243gpgu
................( r lill i I. 101
GoingW est. .1i g0 East
*f N o. 52. *No.. 53.
p . 01).m..L Chrlon...11 ~ 1 am
7 :o .. fi. . ... l l n ie .. . . . Il 403 .
4 42 . .. . s tuf terf.N. .... 2 30
IN50 . .. A jNhni oL... 9.
4 :21 p.m f..IWinnsborr .i ... .1 40 2.6
7...7... . ....Chuester....38
9 0 . . . (.. oeki lila . . . 7 410 .n
. 00 .;iI .t)eiI .Charlote ,iIN . ..15
li iti;, S 44 .....Anderson.11W ltf....1 50e 0 m
8 00 ... . . Walhalla... . 0
4 42 ..Ahvile (N. I'... 2g 30
tN . EMIIN. ''itteM Nog.4.
4. 29 . m. ii..(Ii' ...halioni '...1 .m
9 20 Ar. ..Cohnnbt .IV 7
*l)aly. ilaiy ex eptSnday. 8 0
Al ~trains1f'het wen Chir .stionllU andro.
lumbia A 15 . malcarry tIfthro.ltfro ler
jiTifM.t EMlilySN, Trlier Mannge,r. y
Overndi Westmorile 1 ron'. Drug Sitorah.