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PICKENS C. B., 8. C.
S U. 3OGM, Editor and Proprietor.
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many Notice. exceedi ng flive ines,
rV of Respect, Com ill tie tiol
rsollal chlaraleter, whenl admlis-Aa
Will be ciarw(led for as advert isemiet-.
THH1URDAY, DEC. 3, 1891.
Governor Tillman is not responsible foi
the short crop, the low price of cotton, o1
Ae scarelty of money.
Ron. Robert Porter wli please accep!
the hearty thanks of the Pickens SENTINRK
for a copy of his interesting and intt ruct
ive address made before tile Antericun Sti
tisti- al Association, October 19th 18W1.
The Legislatuire and the Conhpt roller-Ge
cral will please reiewber that the State a
ready has a lien for taxes, and that we em1
not give a valid lein on n,xt year's crop f<
this year's debts. The crop will he gathei
ed by the 15th iiistant, ind it will be ima
ing bad matters worse to extend the timla
The Governor's Annual Message is goo<
absurd and idieulous. Good as far is
pertains to tile allairs of St ate absurd i
its partisan a1ttIck on JudRlge WaIllbce, ri
ridiculous in.its thirst for more powei
The Geueral Assembly has already "s;
upon" "he request for authority to remov
sheriffs for other reasons than those alre-Ai
provided by 13iw.
We do not think that the Ltgislamm
should take any action upon. I hat part<
Governor Tillman's iessage where ie re
011emeids that the Governor be inves<
with more power. We don't thinik ti
poople are quite ready to have all the pov
er. and authority placed in the hands of on
man. TIe Governor wants the pow
placed in his hands so that ie can remoi
froim office any ofileciolder at his pleasur<
it said ollicebolder does not do to suit hin
11e says "Lhe exercise of power alway
imtposes responsibility, and its tyranicr
abase by the Uovunor can be checked <
punished by impeachment. Then, publi
opinion, is expressed at the ballot bo:
affords 1 s)edy CoC(Ltive foR' anfy Wror
done a citizenl which the Executive m1111
do..' What poor relief that would be to
man who had b(en wrongfilly turned 01
of Office! To have th people, by the
votes, say that the Governor done wron
and not elect hii any more. Let us hav
tho old way. If ani ofiler fuils to (10 Ih
duty lie caln be punished for it (riliinall
and then his bontdsuen are respon*ible f<
We ugre with the (lovernor that thel
are sone changes needed in the critmin
law. The Governor very wisely says:
"' The law's delay' has beet a tnatti
of comphuint for centuies, and1( there ha'
t'een of late so manity i nstanlces (of thte fail
re of juis ice to puntish ie at t laigrali
ri mes, and if at till. after the paRtienice
the p)eople has btecomie exhlauIsted, thatt
- can) not tooi strongly impalress tuponl tile Le
islature thle r)icessily: of some change
Contuuane Wvare gratedii upion ie.sIilihte
pretext. lppeatcls arte takenR ito nIiio pr
text at aill somtim Res, and crlie, w iu
backed b)y monatey, appeachrs to override<
break through the mxeshes oft thec law wit
auchl lunpunaity,. that it is nIo wond(er thai
our citizenRs have at timtes forgotteni thteu
seives aind takena the law inito their on
We think that ai maxlimumii tand mintimiti
puRnishmnent shtonl lie fixedI for every ela
and degree of cirimne, andI tnot leave i
p)unishmen(t itt theW discretioni of the Juidg
We are in receipt (of the~ i anuall rep)ort a
the lioardl of D)irectors andti Stupetir ite
of the penitentiary. It shtows thalt the( il
stituttiotn is doing fairly well uRndeIr its pIre
ent imanagetmetnt. One yeart ago thtere we
791 convicts ont hatnd. At the samne tin
thIs year tItere tire 71)3. The equilibria
is remarkably well preserved. P has d(i
Ing the year, furniishted Clemson (olle
with a dlaily average of 1006 htands, e<ptiiv
the pentitenia~ry'oIf .9.976. 71. This is mttal
inIg thte crimle of ouir cortnitry take:~ lart
are sorry thtat we Itmre tnot tihe spatce1
give till thte radlienit potinlts (If this inateres
ing doetmnaent to or reaiders. As th eannto
ist comipleted, thte su1p(rintenldent th iinl
there wvill Ibe ai greatt salvinig, by) the iuse<
raiter inlsteadi oIf steamlaI power'.
Thie un it road.
Arm:r^ M.., Nov. :md 'It .
Eturron Ptt tgxa ,sy asc.
Sml:. My ltngim; Irs lare now iln I li ft
iture. Pilase Say to yourit (iti-/Ct ill ml
behalf thatt thecir toaid Is a certainIty.
will be itt your R y soon, whenu I will e
hibit thte ntnal cst If contstrting i y1~~ ou
. r'-I, tand will shtow what iaddit ioitt
Atldl like to have. A nythtinug yu eit (: II
gen~Cltlemen, ma tmy behtalf will li htigi :tl
p iefted'. I mtean~ to build thtis road,I atm
hope to be able to tell you itIall at it it
the next tea dlavs.
I atm very tru ly yours,
J. 11. Bictte ltt,r Kni.
Editor Pickens SResmuh..
tim: Please menitiloll itn yonr next issuR
that I htavc pretty well tnighi perfected al
my arrangements to bluild the Pickenis att
Essley ril road, and1( hlope to bec in your cits
on first Monday, Dccetmber 7th, to arrnatg
,' matters for organization, &c.
I am sir very trutly yours.
J. II. B3lttaca::rsn.
$nfldet ait Pendiletont.
Awnhnson, 8. C., Nov. 28.--J. (C. Speat
* nan commItted suicide this morning at hI
haomei near Pendieton, by shaootitng imitseli
Finanicial trouble is said to lie the ctat
He is said to have forged some pape)Crs an,
also sold some p)roperty under miortgag
1When detected lhe saId rather tItan go to th
penItentIary lhe would die and "go to hell1.
Hie leav'es a family. IIo was about fort
years l.--Daily News.
1Tmarrtage of Edtor Todd.
31. Ri. Todd, .eiftor of the Andersot
Joturnal, was iw4tin VirgInia on Wed
nesuday to Mig( .. The mutrrlage was
great surprise 49 Zditor Todd'st hosta ot
frieds, ut haod is bidewill receivt
congatuatins andthebest wishes o
surprised frin will be extenided to thtetm
manf~y' cf lIappiness uand prosperi.
DEDTOR AND CREDITOR.
" The borrower is debtor to- the lender,"
is what Solomon says. Is this true? If so a
there are a great many servants in this
county, and not only in this county, but all n
over the land, everywhere. The borrower b
in the quotation is the same as debtor in i
any -form. It is a serious question now as
to what is to become of the debtor. We
heard two of our most substantial farmers V
last week discussang the question of what r
is to become ot thr renter who depends I
upon giving a lien to the merchant for sup
plies. This year the cotton crop
has been short, very short, the price below I
whtat It actually cost the people to make it
and provisions. as high as usual. Bacon is
worth almost as much today as it was ini
the sunier. The stringency of money
matters is causing everybody to reflect and
the general theme is, "what will bec3ie of
the debtor." The creditor neeade his ttoney,
maybe to satisfy another creditor, and so the
matter goes on and on. It is good for man
that these reverses and trying times make
- up a part of his life. It makes a man feel
- tore Iitbille aid dependent ipont his MAt
ker. It would not do for ever3 body to be
prosperous aid have everything they wait
ed. If tilat was the way of the world, it
wouid soot he worse than Sodom and Go
itmorralh. Whatever iay be the fate of the
debtor with refereice to this world's credi
tors, let hii he cotet atI faint not.
Never despitir, is our advice, loi "lost hope
is a fatal diease," but "a light heart en(lu
reth much." Be thankful for what you
have, even thotigh it he water. ''lhe caue
it of all this trouble we will tnot undertake to
n di.cuss at, this time, because every ittelli
d gentt reader has well formed kieas ont the
matter. Let us holv, howeyer, that better
i tittes are iii the future.
Y COTA"MMA, Nov. 2.-Oen. J. Walter
(ray, tle clerk of the tott-4o of repre
sentatives, was loday fitted $25 in the
rI mayor's coiurt for ('arrying contetiled
>f* we:ponls, the oevasimn being t.h row of
.!Wodliesty Itight. ill the lobby of th
d I (rittd 0Cetrttal hotel.
Gen(erae l (e i ray mado the following
statetiet: "I 1ta not itn the habit of
Carrying conceatled weaponls, ior (o I
It a1pprovo of tho I,mbit. But ont the tnight
r itn question I expeOted a personal attack
to be tmido on, me by the man or tton
whom I have overy reason to believo tro
my physical superiors. Before I pnited
- my pistol I heard sono ott#) sty, 'Are
' you about to pull your pistol?' and I un
it derstood the remark to be addressed to
ir Otto of the Messrs. Gionizales."
c The mayor then said that this eltaiged
sotnewltat. tie apect of the case. Cotit
uing ie said: "uit this thing of drawin"
g pistols Ott a ttian canl't h4 thm severely coi.
y demlnf.d. 1l. is mlort. repr-ee.sibite III ymiur
,1 carryillg a plistol heing ani ollicer of the
State. You might. to have stood up andi
it fought lilic ama.
ir- This remark eviticitfly mtade etieril
9 Gray ttmad, aid Ie arose tnld said: 'Youlr
littor, with till (ite repect to yout, I don't
want you to cast such asperatiots ot my
y General Gray was considerably excited
by Lite reinark mtade by the tmayor. aid
spoke very deterinitedly. The matt1vor,
however, paid no attittioin to tIhe reiark.
Slit enteied the litte.-Grvenville News.
it1* - *7 lind
Gtn 1OU14 %urned.
Last Tuesday night the gin housC attd
mill of Mr. J1. 1. D outhit, tnear Pndclton tt
Factory, were destroyed by tire. Th'Ie tire
wast first <hiscovered neart*tt miIn ightb m
youtg ttent whlo wete Ott their wty hotte
'Tey sntereded itt putting it out, tande a fter
thtey let t the bultid(intg wais burntted downt,
te lire eviudently brteakitg, out itt a1 diffeett
porltioni of thle butildintg frott whtere it wits
first (sItngeishted. It is bel ievedl to bte the
. work (If ant intcend(iary', wholt, failitng in his
hfirst attemtpt, retutrnied tafter the flatines hadtt
h eent extintguishecd, anid set tire to the build
ittg thte secotnd titte. The los.s will proba!y
-exe'-ed * I,500, on wiih there was tto mtour
antce. It is sutppo?ed that ta lot of cottotn
was stolen ftrott the gin before the incendi
ti ary' did his work.
e Last Tuesday3 afterntoon, at thte htome of
Mir. J. IB. Dothtit, itt Pentdletot Towntshlip,
Mr. Jame Dt(RI. McElto" and1( AIliss Carrie
WVatkinis werte untitedh itt the hoily btottds of
mtatrimtotty, Itev. T1. C. ( )lle' oliciat ing.
TfIltttt etenintg a tos tt elegan t rtecetion wais
itndtteredl the thppy' coutple at thte honte of
the groott., Mr. .Meft,roy is a prospterous
tatd etnergetiec young farmer of this count y,
and has wont a mtost chtattming antd excel.
eletnt yiottng lady for htis b ride. 'T' Mt. atnd
e Mrs. McElroy the' Intelligetncer extendi(s its
,contgratulatiotts, antd wishies thtemt tlong life
iatnd till tIhe happ)liness atttaitnable in this life.
r- -tute' ligetncer.
Thousndsrl of fartters arc '"latnd poor"
tande wVill temittnl so to thte ettd t li'-ir lives.
Iliow abtiurdc it is t(o pile up~ treasureos itt
c operatied. Thte wI1titt nd happly tni-ni ar~
ttoce opera0 tng stmall fartms ito their futllest
(apaity1 ttttl entjoyintg life as thtey go alontg
itntum'z noise to~l he'ginidstonte Ci.mI ttiully'.
will inisuret thle old folks a good,el comtfot
tile livin.' a(lloinig tetm tol take a tripl or
som soi( :t Iof n (rt(liont once t'very yeart or
ilwo am itai smaizll surphlis o ver the cost oIf
Iedatli n.litz their' ethib ie, is I the size farmt to
riYe. 'l an.v ttten whto oid Iaitdly be well
rI to. ho(wever, pn-ifit to lbe twiays leal
t th Ileu i a ld too lartge hIoldlings.'-D over
Otte TE'lig Nee'dfutl.
Thiete is julst onte thinrg to lhe donte amd
te presentt appearantcet(s Itiniete that it will
htave to be cite in a hutrry if t he aillince
'i to be' saved frott speedy destrutiotn.
flhat iS to haiv(e It competet chanitge oIf lead
ters andtt pulrpotses. Thle tment whot are tty
inig to tide thle order inito 0 olittleiad itre
wotrking it for libheral salaries or the atd
vanceentt of polit icail schttee muiist lIe
'entt to the reatr. I'Teir plaices must be gir.
ento practical1, wotlking btusiniess ttt'n,
Ifarmters wvho are real fat iters anid htave sute.
ceeded on thteir farms. tande who will give
all thteir energies to make thte alliatnce a
-practical. working. business maehtine for
promtotitng the social titd material intterests
of farmters.--Greenville Newsa.
Moutth ('arolina Poultry anid Pet Stock
-"The seconid aninual exhbtihition oIf the
South Calrolinta Poutltry andc Pet Stock As..
'socialtion, (incorporated,) will he hel at
(olumb.a, S. C., Jnay12-16l, '192. It
a te sronestAssociationt itt the Soutth
'Fhe grandest list (If special premttiutms (eveCi
ofr'ed by atny 54)thlern Associat ion. It is
int the head bi a buittntess sense. Tfhe capti.
tal stock of $:1,(i00 is a auliienit guarautteo
for the promplt paymientt (If all plremliumsi
offere C( y it. For further iniformtatiotn
wrIte W. A. Schiroek, Bec'y, Camiden, 8. C.
More-head Thtan Tt.le.
Thc Intelligeneer puiblishted ant itnterest.
Jtg item last wueek in regard to Mr. More.
hteadl, of Pickenis, having been to the city
and' that it was htis ftithier who located Ati.
derson C. H. The gentlemian of whtom the
Itntelligencer speak's lives in Oconee. There
arc noneo of that name lta this coutvt3.
From Black to White.
An article from an Anderson newsper to a,
Lui.t a negro turning white reminds ia )ly- that
clan of the city of a negro at Wellford's fron
tamed Perry Norman, who camte to hlhu wrol
>nie tine ago, to see what could be done Conl
>prevent his turning white. His face and I,(
af hisl body were almost white 4iyd the rate
egro was alarnied. lie said lie had been dictf
conjured.' Ile had had a diliculty eight in tj
r nine years before with a negro X
Ith a white spot on his right ed tj
heek. The negro told Norman "
e would fix himi. btraigely a white spot
ppeared on Norman's face Identically in
ht place as the spot on the negro with
NhollI he had the dilficulty. From then on
)e began to get Whit, and the last the
)hysician saw of himu he was nearly white
.xcept a few black spots.-Urcenville
Preparations at Clemson.N
The report of the Board of Trustees of Lv
Clemson College will bo one of mich - 4
interest. Last evening Governoi Till- - I
nan and Secretary of State Tindal re- I
turned from college, where they attond "
ed the final meeting of the Board and "
secured all the data for the report.
From Governor Tillman much of this
data was obtained, and it; given below:
As to tho condition of tie work, the
cheiival laboratory is fluished and part
ly eIplipped; the mechanical hall is done,
as are three brick houses for professora'
residences, seven wooden frame resi
dhees, one 2-room frame cottage and
iiix 3-room frame. cott.ages. The experi.
mental station house and barn are fin
ishiet, and tilie cow barn is ready and
fitted with silos and machinery. it con
tains atccointnAdtioiv for 100 animals.
The dormitory is completed, contain
ing 166 sleeping rooms 14x17 feet in size;
a dining hall "200x42 feet and other
rootirs. The.so roois are yet to be plas
t-ered, and this will be done in the next
fortnight. The inain building is ready "
for the roof, and work has begun on two
jroro professors' brick residences.
The aniomt left over froin ist year"
was $25,813. Including this the ipts i
froill all sonreos were, during the year 3
from Noveinber .1, 1890, to November 1,
1891, $109,834.61. 'rte amount, expend
ed during tho year was $106,127.20,leav
ing a baance of $.3,767.40.
lit a<lition to the expentitirees men
tiolet above,$1 1,221 was expended dur
ing ti. year in performing the dtties of '
the old Department of Agriculture, which .
devolved upon the Trustees when the '
Departient was abolished. This was
spent for guano and fertilizer analyses,
veterinary attention and other matters.
Governor Tillmnan says the Board
mado careful estininte.s for the future,
and an iount between .65,000t and 870,.
00M will yet be required to complete its
work. They expect to put up twelve
professors' houses, and so fair only the "
few nientioned above ho vo been complet
ed. Teinporarily, therefore, the few
buildings realy will be well crowded.
llenays they intenvid to have everythill
in radiiness for th- oittilg of the col
lego, b' the 1.4 of Fl-ebrilary, Or, if not. at <
that tilI, Iy March 1, at any ratO.--.Ke
The 8tcntiic Ameri(n:, puhlished by
lie great patent agency firi of Miinn k "
Co., New York. is the niosl practicaly tuse. '
fiul publication of its kind in the country. A
It ocipies a field distinctivelv it own.
Not. ahme for the iachinist, iuatfaictirer,
oIr scientist, bot it is a1 joulrnal for popular a
perusal aund stiuly. It is Lite standard a- 11!
thority on scientific and ineclianical sub
jeels. It is placed at a very low rate of i
subscription, 3 per annuin, which places
itl within reach of all. Subs1cript ions will ly
lie received at the oflice of this paiper. l
Thrmuouugi Line. S
IL-ave Cliutrlestona..... .......: (:00 a. in.
''Cotnhia-.... ..........:001 i. a.
'" Axlsion . .. . ........ . ... .1:.3.3 a.n.
" Situttursg........... I:3., p. ma.ma
" 'int ill io'k tCeni. titnec) . 5:30) p. in.
Arriv ig Knoxvile I... .... .... .. 8ta0 p.mn.
Leave huioxville.............. :10 p.n.
"' Jellico.... .............1:40) p. ia.li
"I Junctionu City..... ..... .:00 a.
Arrivet Cincinanati. ... ....... ..7:00 a.mi. P
This is the hest aund qicikest schedule
(eve(,r ope 'rated betweena Charleston aiid Cini
cinnati, andit tniins rutn throu.gli te i-r
I triat cities of Coluiin, Asheville ad
A. G. P.A.
In Pickensa Cot)iy, Soth Carolina,
at Pickens Couriit House, on thetl
first Monday in Jatnuary', 1892, for
By virtute of authority anhd power' At
of sale given by Thoas Canon,
Junior, to~ (Charles P. Barrett, in a
muort gage dhated thme 10th day of Oc
t4iber, 1886, and recorded in the office ta,
of the Rlegimster of Menseo Convev
alnce, for stid con-sty, in Mortgvage ~
Book 1F. page lit0, to secur'e the imar
chtse mliey for th Ile first tract of land
herina ofterit d<se'rihed1, o f whichl I Sl
:tni assignc1e: mad by v'ir'tue of author.
ty anad power of sale given b)y the
satid TIhomaas Cmtanh, 'Junior, to C. Jo
L. HIollingswvorth in at mortgage dait
ed the 13th day (of Februatry, 1888, Je
ind lonL d in the oatlice of the Reg
ister' of Meni..e C(nve'anVuic(, for said
couty I, inl a.fortai5ge~ iook I, piage 78, in
ando byv virtute of athlo rity anti pow- 1
1'r of S:ale gYien by~ then sit(d Thom)kas it
Cainnon, Junllir, fo C. L,. H ollings. gal
worth in a mnortgage danted tile 19th
dayi oIf January, Ul>D, ad reco rdedl neu
in thle 11h ice of the Register' (If MensoC
C onuveyatnte, for said countyl., in Mfort . li
gage Hook I, page 242; I will sell at en4
pIulic1 attct ion1 to the highest b)iddIer, Tc
on the first Mtandoy, in .Januarv, 1892, ont
at P1itkenis C. 1H., 8. C., for' Jish the; bo
foalowinmg des*cribeJOd tiracts ( r parc'els Iar
of lanid, which are the samlio 1lands hv
des.~crib i n)( 1 aid( mort- GI
giiges, lyitg and becing' in the State|
andt c'ounity aforesaid on GJregory 's trni
Creek, to wit : an
F'irst Tr'act ,On which the said ti(o
Thomaiis Cannon now lives, contain- i'oi
ing eighty (80)) acres'(, be the saime (22
muore( or less, adtjoiinig lands of Geo. tra
Dann1fon, Char'les Chiildr-ess, the W't. '.
W. Roblinson land, the Thomas D)il- si
aid land, the Twelve Mile Camp
[Grotund lanid and others, known i as noi
a part of the John O'Brynnit land. -
S-conud Tacet, audjo ining the ab)ove
thie Thomas IDillard old mill place~ j
inu otherns, on flue right or sontha side
>f Gregor'y's ('reek, the west liao
runmnfhig frotm the mioutha of WVheat
iill b)rancih, thenice up) saidl branch, m
inud from the head oif said banch to
the highiway- leading fromn Pickens C. A
I1., to Twelve Mile Canmp Gr'ound, and
thienco dlown said highway to the said dv'
ereek, containing cighteen (18) acres, p
be the samne more or less.
C. L. IIOLLINGSWORTH, han
Mortgagee and Assigne3
Dccmrber 1st 151-t. ,..
te largest amount per word ever paid
kAmerican. writer is said to have been
received by the late Henry W. Grady
i the New York Ledger. Mr. Grady
e to that journal five letters on the
lition of the South. They averaged
) words each and were paid for at the
of twenty cents a word. Mr. Grady
ted the first letter to his stenographer
vnty minutes, tbereby earning ten dol
a minute, and the letter was pronoune
> be the best of the series.
1C0MOND I DAVILLE L L
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
ceedule in effect Nov. 15, 1891.
orth>ound. *No. 38. No. 10. *No. 12.
Atlanta. I 25pm 8 50pm 10 10am I
amnblee.--.-----.-- 27pn 10 48am
ioremss -........- 9 s9pm II 01am
)luth-..-..-..-.....-9 51pm 11 15aM
IWnvane-...----...---10 03pm111 26am
11uford.-... -.-..10 17pm 11 40Ain
[ifow'ry Br'h ....... 10 3pin1 5slam
Llainesville.. 2 59pi 10 51pmI12 14pn
bula....... ........ III 1Spm 12 42pm
Btelltoll ..... ........ I 21pm 12 44pin
Lornehia.... ........11 45Pm 1 1ltpm
Mount. Airy. .......11 5opm 1 15pm
,rocoa . . .. ........ 12 20ai 1 47p)m
Westminster . .......12 5RIam 2 3.spnI
Seneca- ...-..... 1 7an 2 54p)m
Central-.-.-.........I 1iam 3 40pm
E 'S -.... ........ 2 1i8am 4 11 plip
Greenville.. 6 65pin 2 44ain 4 40pnn
Oreer's...... ....... 4am 509p
Welford.-.--.-..... . 33a a 27pm
Spartanburg. 0 57pm 8 54im 5 52pm
Clifton...... ........ 4 iMam 6 10pm
Cowpenl's... ........ 4 18am 6 15pm
4afTney's ..- -...... 4 40um 6 40pm
Blacksburg. ........ -5 0am 7 00pin
(Irover ...5.-.... .....5 1am 7 12pm
King's Mt'n. ........ & 28am 7 110pm
(astona- -..... 554am 7 49pm
Lowell............. 6 O7ami 8 12pm
&ellemoit ....... .. .6 14al 8 23pm
Charlotte. 9 1Inn 6 40am 8 50pm
iout hlbollnId. No. 3.7. *No. 11. *No. 9.
Charlotte.. 9 45am 1 50pm 2 20am
lelhIlont----..- -... .2 12pm 2 42an
Lowell....-. ----.2 22pin 2 5tain
GhIstoniat .. .. 2 35pm 3 04aml
)igs Mtn.----- 00.. 1p 3 27am
Grover . . . ....-. 3 16pll 3 43am
Blaeksb irg-..--...-- 3 20pm 3 58am
Gaffneys---.------- 8 45pin 4 10-tm
Cowpens.. .. ........ 4 10pm 4 4an.
Clifton ..... ........ n4 13pn 4 45am
SParItanhIbI9 -11 4 1 4 27pm 5 Olam
Welfod - . . ...... 4 50pin 5 23an
G1..reer's-- ...... .- 09pm 5 42an
(reenvill3.P.12 6pm5 -24pn 6 l0an
Eatslvy's -.. - -.... -4; - 07pun 6 38um
Central..... .....---6 55pm", 7 30aut
veneva ...... ........ 7 I 22pmi 7 r5jam
Westminste .- 41p 8 15ain
iocon-...- ---- - 819pmi 8 542amn
Mount Airy. 848pm1 9 181a
B4rtthaI . ... ........ - 1861)p 9 45ai
... .... . . -..--. 9 1,pm 4.) 47ain
ainIn81ville. 8 41pIll 9 -12pm 10 12am
low ry Br'h.... .. .. 10 0(1 un 10 *'2am
. . .ford ....... 10 7pm 10 45-un
S1wance .. .1........10;>,3pm 10 5Sam
D11111th.. ... .... .... 10 -I5pmll 15am
LNOrI-ross... ........10 56pm i11 28aim
CInllublee .. ........ -1 08m) i ll 43ani
i Atlanta .... 5 05pmiill 45pm!.12 20pni
Additioial trains Nos. 17 and 18-Lutl
(10n1111)(1.tionI, <haily (-X(-ept Slunthly,
Ives A thita 5:30 p. im., arrive s Lu1
12 p. In. Riturning. leaves Lula G:00 a,
. arres Ata AntOa 8:50 a. d.
liet w1(Cn Llal; andii At lhens- No. 11 dal
except Sunday, and No. 9 daily. leave
ti 8 :30 p. nii., and 11:50 a. mn., arrive ai
henis 10:15 p. mn. and 1:30 p. mn. Re.
ring,m~ leave A thers. No. 10 'thiily ex'epI
mday, and 11( No. 12 thrily, 6:15 p. mn. am)
15 a. mn., arrive Lula 8:00 p mn. anad 8:31)
I1 lvIX(eept Sumaya, leave Totca 2:00 p.
,at:vi Elberto n 5:-10 p. m. Ret urn.
be:rtoni 5:00ai. mi., aiv e l'Toa 5:30) a.m'.
Nos- It and 12 carry Puihanan Sleepers
I ween WVashiington andl( Kansas Cityv via
rinighiam anid Memnphis, an.,1 9 ian'd 10
linan Sleeper between Atlanta and
On No. 11 no0 cbange in (day3 coaches?
an1 New York to A tlanta.
o4s. 317 iand 38s-Wav,shinton,(a and S~outh-.
'seran VestibuLed Limtitedl, bet weeni At
ita and1 Washiington. OIn tis train ex
fare is charged on firstelass tickets,
r4; dletai led iiinrat ion as to lecal and
.ogtime t tab,les, rates and Pullnan
-(piung-Car reservaitions1, conifer with 10.
I agetsI. or add(ress
JAM. L. 'i'AYLOlt, GIen'1 Pass. Agent,
W. A. 'T'IIK, Ass't Gen't as.Aet
iriotte, N. C. IPs.A nt
.P. IIAM3IOND), Supt.., Atlanta. Ga.
WV. II. G)IIEEN, Gen'l Manager, Atlan.
SOL HIAAS, Trailic Manager, Atlhmta,
:ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
County of Pickens'. 5
In Common Pleas.
hni H. Archer et al
hn F. Merret.
Complaint for Part ition.
Bly virtue of a decratal order made
the above stated case on 8th Oct.,
9)1, I will sell to the highest bidder
Picliens court house during the le
I hours for sale, on
Sakday in December,
xt, the following real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
id, lying, being and situate in the
ity and State aforesaid, in Easley
wnsh ip), co4ntain ing twetnty-two and1(
e-hailf (22k) acres, more or less,
uindedi on the north and wvest by
ids of John Liathem, on the east
JohnI F. Merrett, on the sonth by
clnn Smiithi anid J. W. Ellison.
Also all thant othier p)iCe, p)arcel or
ct of hand in the aforesaid cotunty
1 State, adjoining the firs.t men-.
wed tract, Glenn Smaith and( Mon
Ellison, COiltaining twen ty-two
) alcres, more or less. These two
e~ts will be sold( together.
E'rms cash wvithini on e hour after
. Purchaser to pay for all papers.
J. M. ST1EWVART,
-9 Clerk of Court.
HOL0LO WAY s
rear of Maasin liouse,
O1REE'NVLL4TE, 8) C.
n1 easy shave guaraflnteed. Hair neaty
taistefulhly cut. Mbampooing and hair
ing. liiazor sharpenaing ai specialty.
r tonics for eradicating dandruff and
atlon of the scalip for sale.
ickey's Magice Hairallino always oin
d and for sale.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
IIr patroa,rn 1in mraAf&..ttn anItled.
Q 2,000 Me,ora,
N Try Us on
Are your Windov
R We Can F!
The Finest Pres
S in the
We offer at REDUCED PRICES,
H. . R
G- W. NIMIINE", N2uperis3t<
-- FO R
"To pay 01r not to payL"
Sems to be the topic of the day,
Whether it is better to paky and stay,
Or not to paty, anid iun away.
Fancy Candies and Nuts!:
But be this as it may,
Thc best ansd surest way
Is to go right up) today
And do myl best tu pay.
Cocoanutls, LsaisInas, Spices!
I'll need mnore bread and meat
And everything else to eat
And shoes that fit my feet
And I never will "dead beat"
Cfurrants, Cironu, Apples?
A man like Wad McFall,
For he always sells us all
We want, and we smust call
And settle up this fall.
Cakes, Syrup, Honey!i
That old, old note r'll pay,
Won't put him off another day,
But waltz right up and say,
Count the interest right away.
Old Timne Seed Tick Cotree!1
I'll be a man once more,
And trade at McF'all's store,
As in the days of 3 ore,
For he won't keep muepor
ToyN, Fielre- or.s, antd
MeFall gave mec a start,
Fed me, whens crops wecre short,
And I am not the sort
Who wait for the Collector's Cart.
Christanas GAoodls of all
I'll go where there's a throng,
Where they never treat mno wrong,
I'll pa~y81 somill along
And now Ill finish my song.
A Merry Chlristnaas aind
Happy New Yecar ta~ All.
W. T. McFAL L.
THE LEFFEL WATER WHEI
Ys Broken Out?
It Thent. 0
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iber and December,
es and Wagons.
WE AND BUY.
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the Orginal Webster's Unabridgedt D)iction.
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edi direct tronua the publishers tIhe fact, that
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it CuresSCROFULA, ULCER*. SALT
It CureRHEUM, ECZEMA, every
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sides being ifficaciousg In tonIng up the
system and restoring the constItutIon,
when ImpaIred from any cause. Its
almost supernatural healIng propertIes
justify us In guasranteeing a cure, If
directions are followed.
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BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. Ga.
se LESS WATER
w iusr tel Otoguei4 ror 1 Ii.
rougah, rm ne itml ntrmucCte Gr:ad,:ateqsam.
'dlto t,<.itiCons. Cat:liueim frm . Wieto 'O
L..U ISVilLE KY.
j C. JEFFRIEs,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 79 Law Rarge,
GREERVILLE, . C.
Practices in all the courtia. Canl give
v(ry best referenvce. Telephone No. 79,
II. 0. Bowen. J. IL Freeman.
B OWEN & FREEMAN,
ATTORNEY8 AT LAW,
ap2y1 PICKENS, 8. U.
WR.I.s & 0O1t, J. E. ooos
Grnville, S. C. Pickens, b. C.(
WEL'LS, 01111 & B00c;8,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS C. Hf., 8. 0.
M. F. A.m-mr, C. L. HOTUGWRH
Solicitor 8th Circuit, Pickens, S. 0.
Greenville, S. C.
A NSEL & IOLLINGSWOlRTH,
ATrOIRNEYS AN) COUNSELORS
PICKENS C. If., H. C.
Practice in all the courts of the State,
and attention given to all business entrus
tcd to them. mh14-88tf
1ILL & WEL)ON,
122 Main Strcet. (MIEENVILLE, 9. 0.
Gas given every 'Ilitirsay and Friday,
and teeth extracted without pain.
N OTICE OF REMOVAL.
My nentao itooms are now located is
W. C. Cleveland's new building over the
Savings' lhak and Felton' )look Store.
'J. W. NOR WOOl), 1). 1). S.
W. M. Noxwooi>, I). I). S. A ssistant.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
D it. J. 1. CARLISLE,
Ofllec over Westmoreland Bros. & Duke's
jaul'89 GmJRNEENV1LL, . C.
1 . FRANK SMIT11,
EASLEY, S. C.
Is now permanently located at Easley,
and respite1tfuly offers his professional
services to the public generally. jan90
J. J. LEWS. JULIUS E. BOGGS.
Land .'.Agency 1
''he Pickvins I.:nd A gencr now has for
safle the fillowiIL" dcsirable l;aid.
16.000.14-r-s m4muntainl 1:1nd:- good f4or
I'Ie, Viinyards, orchards, <t: Finely
17 la-res i watvrs of Saluda river, t
imile froin Peasant Urove ciirci andI
shl-m4 Imptise: 25 avirs Clenred itud. 6
.res brumch bottom: oi puiblic road, well
vatteen. Price $;10) cash.
215 Ie-res of hita in ImIt-ricane town
Ship nearit lyalton: -41 V.rcs inl cultivatiion
ialase i'n mtitrial:11' Jort-t1 Mhoilding inl
the best pine titber: wyel-l vateted; ril-tca,.
I fi50, one-hlo n.h imIha -' e at' 8 per een1..
4100 ace :t mi>le. of L.iety 011 onth road
fromn (reev ille to Old Picke'ns; 12.5 acree
tm,ewr; wril divide in
traCts: t bree settlemienit
( arvini Steet. Good ii
:-00 aC-res inl 'lI )usvilI
miles fromn Greenivil le ont
acresM itn ct.iui .on, 40.,
tomi aed j25* int palsturii: iunile ntiId a half
Ir.tnu elhur-h an<l schoot Ilhouise; t hree good
tenanlit houses5, well waitteed would sell ia
one( trac0t or d-ivii.le itoa triacts. P alt cash,
bahmeit-i tin hmii I ilte at 8 peri cent.
A destiralel half acrie lot on Garvi n sg.
and Pendallet on ave; 81 0(0. A Iso desi rabloa
lot frona tig on Howeni street; $100. Best
htairains ini town.
h;ul acres in lEast at ie twnship,oo
inan t hontiie, 15 neares in t ti vatiion,..
anitCe line timbter anud grass; $1, 400 ont long
2.20 acres ini Cent ral towri-shi p, 15. tare
ihn ultiivat ion. .10 acre-ts fine pastuare, bal -
anice in best of t inilhir: 3 iiles of rail
rt;ad statillio n, 4 ile I of clhurelb and school;
ilbesold (cheali andi oni easy terms.
Lot No. 18, in the town o? Pickens,
(!ontainingi ;) of an acre fronting on Main,
street, east of D)r. J. F. Williams'.
A goodl liurigain--10'. acres in Daeus,ille
towvnship, 40 acres in cultivation; splendid
t tiber; i ti of church and school; de
i'irale neighborhood. Price $900; easy
10!i acre-(s 4 miles wes-t (if Pitkenis e
.Walhialla road; level landt; will make
ttplendtid farim; t imber is line. Must be
250) acres on Little Eastatoc, 40 acres Ia
cult ivat ion, 10 acres bIottomi, 11 neres int
good pasturet-, good log litouse. 50 acres fine
sage grass. not1 feniced,. stabile for four
hoirses. Thius pla1ce is wvell walteredl and a
liargain att $500.t
A desirable lot on Minr street, Pickens,
tont a ii nig .I neret," 'i od stables and well
of gio(d wat er on piremlises. One oif t he
most lale lots ini town; price $30i0.
A farm of 238 neres -1 tile1s west of
P ickes;1 :30 acres elenried, 1balaunce in good
titmher; wtell wat ered biy creek and
sprintgs; niear Ckoncord cburch andI school
house; tdesirabile netighbloilhoodt. Pric 41,.
123 acres nothlwest. of Symmnes' mill;
70 acres ini cultivat ion, 25 acres in bottora 9
lijam on Fifteen Mile ('reek. In a high
state of cult ivattin; goodiC buildi11ngs; fin.
wvater- anmd a good oreitord. Tiermns, 8 per
centi.; inie, 3 vears.
A slilendid farmi of to0 acres, 22 mhileS
ntorthI of Piicklens on gradedl roatd; t hree
goiod tenant. houscs. 00 at-res ini high state
oif cultivationi, 30 aet biest Tlwelve Mile
bot tomnt; doe-s not oiverfloiw: thtie paistutre of
10) acres, good fetice, good wtellI of water
aun t wo good sptrintgs. Will sell oni eas$y
I100 acres intar Cenit ra withI 75 acres in
a high statet of cult ivaHt ion. (Good dwell
'2001 acrcs tin lBig Crow Crteek ; 75 acres
in cult.ivation; 25 acres biest bottom hand;
18 acre'ts oif it withlut a dIith thle biottomn
landi not subjiect to overblow; half ni ile of
umill anud gmn, onie mile oif school andt
(churebl, P'rice, $2,000; t irms easy.
175 aceres tnear Pumpijk intoiwn in original
foirest; 100 acres lies well and t imbler line.
Also -100 acres5 timp1 ro ved triet
10 aert s 1tttomi uimifiproived ; :50 aeres of
H. nere~ts 2 miltes sonl'hwIt o f ('r<sa
1Plainis ont wat ers of' Georg's (rEek; good
en ttion lai;.d, one- hal f in original forest;
tine t imbter; abiout ;35 nieres eh ared and in
ahigh st at e of c-til ivatliiin; good wtater and
niecessary buildings; It rios ealsy.
41 aCres just ntorthI of town i, joins thia
coil.oraite limits, all it cult ivation, 101 aeres
of thle fIest biottom land, thie butildling.
sIte. Tlhis is a grootd bitrgain for a personm
w .-tuting ai sml)l farmi near town. P'rlco
500j,2half cash, hiahmee in one year.
F"or a'y particutlars wvritn to Pickens
L.and Agenicy. icke(ns. S. C.