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LOCAL NICWs. 0
-Mr. Joel R. Griin has been appoicked 11
a deputy mlarshall. 1
-A siliht sprinkle of snow and sleet fell
bore last gunday. s
-'Squire T. R. Price killed a pig last
Tuesday that notted 410 pounds. J
-Next Monday will be sale day. Come .
and buy some valuable real estate.
-Mr. I. . Anderson, of Anderson r
county, was In Pickens last Tuesday.
-There was no train on the Air Line c
going south last Tuesday until about night. 11
-Julian W. Bruce and J. L. Thornley,
Jr., of Anderson, spent Thanksgiving Day I
-Mr. Thomas Newton's wife and one of fi
his sons, have been quite sick for several 12
-T. C. Robinson, Esq., editor of the y
Journal, went to Columbia last Monday on
-Miss Emma Lawrence, Central, is vis
iting relatives and friends at Graniteville, P
Aiken county. I
-Read what Mr. Burekhalter says in Y
another column, anld sec if it sounds like 1
railroad to you. ti
-Mrs. M. J. Harris, of Greenville coun
ty, visited her sn, T. D. Harris, of this d
)lace, this week.
-Read McFall's linanack for Decem- n
ber. What he says is as interesting as his
goods are valuable.
-Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mills. of the Six
Mile section, visited Treasurer Young- t
blood's family last week.
-We regret to learn of the illness of t
'apt. It. E. Steele and his son. The son is j
hought to have the fever. ti
-School Commissioner Dright went to i
1olumbia 1his week to inspect the working
f the Winthrop Training School.
-Mr. Matthew Hendricks, of Table I
fountain, Visited his son, W. F. IIen- ,
ricks, of Westminster, last week.
-Miss Lila Riley left last week for Lib- (
-ty Hill, in Kershaw county, where she
>cs take charge of a school.
-Come right away anl have your pic- R
ire taken. Mr. E. W. Cox will remain
i Pickens only a week or so longer. 1 w
-The Keowee Courier informs us that t
[r. Knox who lived near Old Pickens. a
led a few days ago at the age of 81 years. 11
-Clerk of Court Stewart had quite ai
isy time last Tuesday receivin.- ihe secomd r
iyments on land sold saleday inl )ece0mm.
-The Trial Justices are kept busy fore- a
-losing liens and hearing motions it) di. X
olve on the grounu that tht papers are not a
-Andrson Babb has sold his lot recently
)ureImsed of Col. Ifitgood, to Silas linkle
or $800. The house is to be completed
>y Mr. Babb.
-My six-room house and lot in Pickis V
vill be sold at pub;ic ntim-taien next Monday to
f not disposed of before at private sale. h
J. 1). CrURON. h
-It is rumored that marriage hells will
oon ring agailn. Cupid seems to be get
ing in some good work, notwithstalldiig
he short crops.
-Mr. A.B. Lewis found a twentv dollar d
- 'ill on the Public b(oare last week. Any 11
ne proving property and paying for this y
otice can get lis bill.
--M arr ii'1 in, 0--.. - h 2<;thr
,0, and is a
ceillilt. CIlICti) liner tells
s. mat erilnl. Cnteto 'ickens next I
iondaiy, for steps iili e takeni looking to
IC organiizai on of tihe company.
-Mr. A. B. IRiley has gone to Denver
A Aniderson countyv. to leach a school.
fr. liiley is a graduamte of' South ('arolhina I
oliege aInd a ripe scholar for one of his 9
--W'il lie, the t wo yeair-oklildaughter of
~-r. and Mrs. Will 'T'erry', of Pendleton,
ed on the 2 4thi inst. Thei( friemiIs of Mr.
1(d Mrsi. Teiry symipathiize with themi ini y
eir sore atlliction.
-Sixteen tlhulaiil ac'res of wvell t imber
montmain laind mhted to the list of the a
tenciy thius week. 'Tin-hier is going to hbe P
alber mn this counlty biefore long, as9 time a
,low sid( about his shucks.1
--If you owe the SKN'rmNxa. anything, re- ci
.mber that it is very musch ini need of
is. If you)i cannlot Pay) atli, divide your
alth withm us as far as you are able. Any A
ount will be cordially received.
-Tihe brick work of the co'irt house h~
I be compl)etedt tils week. It will take a
oit two weeks thein to putt thme framin"
the roof up. 'Thie contractois think
y will get it covered before Christmas. ty
-W. A. Martin 11and soil, Mack, wer*e h
ore Justice Hlibinson la1st week charged
*h diusposig of prop~lerty uiier mort1
;e. They were hound over to aplpear at s'
next, court. J, P. Carey appecarid for nI
State and1(L OI. 0.Howen for the dlefen- E
-M-~arrie'd, at Siimpsonville, GIreenville O
11ty3, Oil the 26th inlst., Probiate Judge, t(
WV. IB. Frmeeman to Miss ECmmna League., (
ighter of D)r. WV. P. League. Rev. J1. A.
my friends on thlis sidle of tihe river who e
tend hearty congratuilatioLas,
-- Married, Oin the 2'3d inlst. , at the resi.. (
~-f Mr. J. C. D)odgenls, Mr. A ulgustu aii
ta--Miss Evaline lieeves, ltev. .
ma olIhelkin11g. At the same11 time
ee and1( by the' minister, Mr. John11 -
was mlarriedi to Miss ILauira Dod-l
Thie inewly miarried pletl have tIhe ui
Ishies of time Sxrriv...Ii
ill our moemuber. of tihe Legislature i
)ge the time of holing couirts on
me 8th circuit., by giving thius county
peks instead of one. We badly ne'da
me at this pla5ce 'for ouri 'onirus, es
~at time fall session. Let court open
* 'week earlier in thme fall and1( give es
ceks and we will lie sali~ticie. Gemi- et
t, your attentioni is directed to this ti
anit lmtter. t
o.V. Ghilstrap, who is wvell known (
here, hias met with t he had hick olf
g ii pistol ball lput ini him. Las a
dIay aftermioon1 ini Greenville, George,
emi WVardi on the one) side. and .John
hind Jolin Adanms on the othler', went
~the fair gromunds to tight. TIhe sitt
,of the parties dliffer, tiut ally wvay~
Igot hit in the r ighti thigh wih a hi
riom Keithm's pistol. Thle wYoui i
cusi & .Jordan, nmoehants, of Green. ('
itiled last week and1( madmoe an1 assign.. A
ior the beneil t of theiri creditorsl. fn
adi be(en suIccessilt buseinesisimn, y
A r y thius year opened.t up)1 aVery larg'e ei
of gds. By resoluinm of tIhe f.
ll Allne their stor(' was ma)ide ft
laince store. Theimy agreedI to furniishi a
-'rs of the Alliance goods at t.en per s<
bhove cost for cash ar.d t wenly' per' ii
ju ime. It is said thu failture is anw
oneC and1 is attibutled to overstock oIfs
'or collect ions and stringency of sI
Leibiitie areabuit $3,000and
C. E. HoIlIngsworth.
C. Eugene Hollingsworth died at his
oine in Pickens on tie 80th ult., at 1
'clock a. ni., at the age of 18 years. lie
ad been confined to his room for several
ionths. Hils remalus were laid to rest in the
'resbyterian churchyard. The funeral con.
sted of the Presbyterian burial service.
'he pall boaters were: J. E. lagood, jr.,
. McD. Bruce, B. M. Oriffin, S. W. Ma.
:>r, W. T. McFall and Dr. J. F. Williams.
tany of his friends attended the last sad
Last Monday was a cloudless, bright,
Aln day. As the sun went down behind
Ie western hills, mother earth received
iek into her bosont all that was mortal of
ugene. Darkness stole over the scene,
Id in many hearts grief took the scepter
om the fondest hopes, and so far as earth
concerned, will hold his disinal sway.
lie spotless, bright, calm life is ended.
edioal skill and kindly nursing prolonged,
it they could not redeem it.
IIe was a youth of extraordinary mental
)wers. Iis convictions grew upon hini,
id were firn in their growth. Several
ears ago he Joined the church militant.
eath has transferred his membership to
te church triulipliant.
The sun and the brightest stars never go
own. Betwixt us and them, for a while,
te revolving world obtrudes. We shall
The real estate market was never so ne
Ve in this county as now If yoi want
> pick up a bargain in land, you should
ibseribe for the Semdjiel and watch lip
10 advertisemenls. Something like the
and Agency 1hals been greatly needed in
ns coUInty. It has been selling and buy
ig some good bargains for its cisto).iers,
ld if you wish to sell or buy, send ii
our name and a description of whit you
atve to sell, or of what you wish to lin1y.
'ie Agency will be more than apt to find
>me one to trade with you.
liange of Sehoutltle, C. & x. D)y. ll. &
". lt. it.
Taking effect Sunday November Ist 18)1
were will be the following changes in
ledule of Colunmbia & Greenville Divis
I, itnforIation of which can be obtained
rota Agents of that Division. Through
rains will be operated between ColImbia
nd Greenville. S. C., via. Alston, New
erry and Laurens as follows: Leave Co.
inbia 7.00 a. mn., Alston 7.50 a. Im., New.
criy 8.45 a. Ii., i,airens 10.10 a. ni., ar
%Iv G'('reelville II.30 a. ll.: returing, leave
re(eIville 5.001) p. iml., l'aluretns ;.-21 p. iml.,
[ewherry 7.59 1). ml., k1stonl.5 p. ml.,
rrivC Cohl bia 9.45 p. Iml.. Cotlnecting at
[ewherry with trains nuner I' and 18 to
uid ftrotm Greenwood, A,bheville, Belton and
Iderson. Trains nuiber 1 and 1t will
m1, betWeel Columbia and Greenville via.
eltonl as heretoft)re. Trainls w%ill Itin be
Veen Greenxiile. SIteneen and Walialla ts
"retoforeC viaL. Belton and Amdtrson, conl
Ueting at elton with no. Is for 0reen
-1, and :111 C. tk G. pIints east of Bel
II. Trains no. 15- and het howeenl Colutii
in 1111d Slatanbug aking coinection
tween Charlesion and Cilleinnati Carry
g hroiugh sleepers will be of Crated ats
eretofore. W. A. Tunii, A. G. P. A.
A. E. Conzales, N. G. Gonzales and
aIpson lPoPeP, cha.vrged with fighting and
isorderly colidlet, were tried in the Co
illbiaI po1lice court and disiissed.-Green
Thle Jersey Lily has become <puite famous
>r her be'aty, and she means to keep it,
>o., for ha:stn't she~ leairned( in thle gzreat Ui
ii States to curite colds with D)r. Bull's
Make~ a tnote of' it.--Twenty-five cents
iuys the lest iiient out1, Salva.tioni Oil,
Lt ll dIeies.
-You know you owve us, tand you know
i. due. Why keep our money? We
are to0 pay (our debts. Can't you do
>miet hitng at the right time.
Lewis & Morris.
--The Palmetto ('ollegiate Instiltute,
ex igt On, S. C., offers'k ex~cellent advanita
as at loiwest cost. I Ioler. of its ce'rt i
ites will get fitrst. grade teacher' certiil
te's. Best equnipped school of its class in
Ie State. Seven teachers. Roard aind tu
ion from $8 to $10 per moth. For full
fotrmat ion write the principal, P'. E.
--Many of the Surr Nm's paitrotns are
nailin g thlemiselv es of thle opplortlInmity of
.'curtig a WVehster's Uniabridlg'd Dictton
y, by ace(ptinmg the pr'emuiumi otfer made
stubscribers who piay ill all arrearalges to
me first (of January, 181), and( to all new
--Miss Mamie Singletoni visited Capt. J.
.Gritlin's family this week.
For Sale. -A fine famiily horse, buggy,
11niess, and1( a lot of furniture. Apply to
. W. Walker.
-Mr. JT. C. Caldwell, otf Atidersoti coun
the enlerget ic portrait tan, was ini Pick.
is last week.. Hie hias been doing a good
iesini this linie.
-Mr. T. C. Martin. near Central, is a
i('cessfuhl pig raiser, Hie buitchetred thiree'
-i long sincte, the aiggtregate weight of
hiech was 1,870 p)ounds(.
-Mrs. B. F5. Morgan, and her grandIsoni,
Ilie Bolt, of Daeusv'ille, visited her dhagh
rs. Mrs. R. A. Beweni and Mrs. Florene
riflIn, oIf this place, this week.
-Mr. C. P. Weaver, otne (of the prosp)er
is fuatrmers of Cherokee c:ounity, Cit., was
nong his rebat ives and1( fr-iends in Picketis
st. week Mr. WVeaver is a specimen of
eorzum a tall eiti'zens. Hie stands six feet,
1(d live inchecs iln his stocking feet.
Go whbere y'on will, you will find people
hing .Dr. Hljl'.s Cough Syrup, and unani
01us il its proise.
I siuffered miost severely from rheunmatlism
irmtg the winiter. After uising Salvation
ii I wo dlays the pint entirely sublsided,
1(d no I am1 a wellI man11.
Dri. GA. W. Earle, P'icketns, b,. C., wiles:
I recomnenet 'Ii. 1. B. to a manSI whou
1(d sufflered form yetars with -a mialigtianit uil
'r on his b'L 1 hut seemed'( to r'esist all ot her
WatmenIt-. Al'er using1 four or five bottles
e ulcer begin to lheal anud his leg is now
undi( and wiell.
Doin you want it new stove? Tinware of
ly kindl, mnade from thme be-st, maiteriall, or
mei( (If the' best and cheapest .Jeans ever
l'ered ini Pickens coiunty? If so, go to
L'wvis & Morris', the plopullar cot-ter storeI.
An oli hys3ician, re4tired firomt pract ice
i" g Ii'.I placedl iii bis handits by) a n East
id!ia Iiussioniary the formula oIf a simIple
'get:'ab( le emedy fo he (1speledy and1( per
starIh, Asthama, and1( all throat and( Lung
lflections, also a~1(11 oi tv andl radical ceure
r Nr volts D eility and all Nervous Coin.
ainits, atfter hianrt tested its wondlerfuhl
tt;i ie poer I1(in i tho11usns of cses' has
It, it hlis duty1 to mlake it, knownu to lisa suf
ring fellows. Act uiate bly this~ imotive iad
de(sire to relieve hlunuan sufferig, I wvill
-ud free of ebar'ge, to all who desire it,
s recipe., in Gerinm, Frenchi or Enigl ish'
ith fulthrec tions for. pre paring -and ut.
.full b m ail by ad r si g w ith
amtip, natminig this paper. W. A. Noyes,
'i Power's Jlloc!, Hochester,N.Y
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Edith E. Miller, Plaintiffs.
M. M. Hunter, et a], Defendants.
Complaint for partition.
By virtue of a decree for partition
made in the above stated case, by
Hon. J. B. Kershaw, on the 5th of
Nov. 1891. I will sell to the highest
bidder before the court house door,
Saleday in December
next, the folllowing described real es
Late towit: All that tract of land sit
uated in the county and State afore
said, on waters of 18 Mile Creek, ad
joining land of the Plaintin', Dr. H.
C. Miller, estate of McDow, and oth
era, and containing one hundred and
twenty four (124) acres more or less
Terms, one half cash on day of
aale, the balance on a credit of 12
months, secured by a bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the prem
ises with leave to anticipate payment.
The premises are sold subject tA) a
lease for the year 1892, the purchas
er receiving the rents if lie comply
with the terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay for all papers.
J. Al. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
Special Summer Sale!
ONE Thousaud Superb New PIANOS
and ORGANS, from best. makers, S
only, to be sold during Tuly, August, Sep- n4
tember and OCtober, 1 a1, at spot Cash al
prices, with paynent November 15t1 nxt. B
PIANOS-*25 cash and balance No
vembiller 15th, 1891.
ORGANS-$10 cash and balance No- 2
velber 15th. 1891. 8
E.MEMHElt -Lowest casi rates. No
aldvance. No interest,. Write or enil ou
.1. C. (AJIRRETT. Gates, S. C..
OrJ. L. IAYNIE4& DAUGIITERS, '
Grevnville, S. C. st
MONUMiNTS. T(YMBSTONES, CORl.
NEtl STONES, ETC.,
Made on short notice. Satisfact ion Guar.
anteed, and pricesas low as the lowest,
the qality of thie work at all limies being
I an agent for 1he be,st iron and wire.
fences on th- market. Give ine a call
and try ny work. R. im. WEllTz
Thecfl ralr'ad has not4 vet com u ta'Io Pick
ens, bunt Piekenas is now in spaeaking dis
tance of thle raa ijld.
.If you are in E:islecy or Picken:s, and
wish'to t alk toiU)V anyne ina a (th oher to wn,
jusat step) to thme '"phone"' aand ('nll the one
T1ele(grans promp1tly13 transm)itted andl
cowrrec't ness5 gnlaraint eed.
All magea~(s for Pickens and vicinity
PICKiENS TELEPIIONE~ CC).
~TATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
F. . Smith in his own nghat ,and as
executor of the -state of Lucinda
IRussell, decease~d. in behalf of
himself anid all ther' cre'ditors, if
any, of the e'state of said deceased, '
Sar-ah A. Smith, Defendlantt.
By virtue of a decree made in this g
ease by his Honor-, J. B. IKershawv, on
the 9th day of June, 1886, I will sell
before the court house <k>or on
Saleday in D)ecember',
next, during the legal hours for sale,
the following deoscribed tract of land:
All that lot or p)arcel of land in 41
Central Township, in said county and
State adjoining lanids of Silas Curtis,
Aubrey Brewer, D. G. Parsons, and1
IAthers, containing one hundred and
twenty-live (125) acres, maore or less,
it being the the pla1ce whecreonI Lucin
ala Russell lived at the time of her
T1ermis: One-thiird enmsha. Balance
in oneo and two years' time, with in
terest from day of sale, to be secured
by3 a 1)0nd( of the pur-chaser with a
mnort.gage of the premiises sold. Pur
Uhaser to) pay for alil papers.
H. A. RUIGHEY, S. P. C.
(AEN VI[,L,LI, S. C..,
Has been newly refitted andi excellently
furin ished. It is first -elass in a)Its appoint - F
mlenats, and( is onelt of thle be1st hot ets im the
'uonthl. Situtatedi in t he hieaalhhliest said of
mowst de4l'ght ful Iocalit y in thle (outr it
'ffe'rs suipe.rior at tractions to visitors, Its
Notice to (OreitorsH. (!
By virtue of an order of H-on. J.
B3. Kershaw, nuale1( oin 5th November, in
1891, notice is huereby given to al hei
)Ireditor's of Gorta1ge W. Niiller, de.-'
sensked,to comite in and estaiblisli theirm
lemrands beforo me on or by the 12th
if Decemnber-, 1891, orI be barred el
fruom piarticipaUting ini then faunds of
the estate o)f sid I George( W. M~iller,
TheC Picns M~arkets, <ha
(Corna, per' th.................... ..,
Mea.........." ................... .
Peaits. ")'i a...... .......... ....~
leg per dloz....................
Chaickens each I............... ..004 2 5
!beUn'p1 1............ 8
:Iard' " ~............... tG.O()
Flid er barV.... ... .....................0I
Uotfee per l6.............. .
Bought by Mr. W,
further particulars and cc
We have arranged t
priews for it, nothwithlitundi
riso. aud wo urgo parties wi
hold our flour stud bacon in
back the pay when wo need
IREAT REDUCTION -
A change in our firm is contempla. -
d at an early date and from this
dte until our present stock is dis
)>ed of we will offer our entire stock
a great reduction.
Tremendous stock of Jeans and
hoes to go at a sacrifice. This is
> old shop-worn stock of goods we
e offering but brand new goods. t
uyers will have a picnic as long as )
There is a few pieces of Jeans at
5c., up; Shoes 20c. per pair, up; best
birting 41 cents per yard.. Big
toek of Groceries at reduced prices.
ardware, Crockeryware, Glassware,
inware-in fact, everything now iu c
ock to go. No reasonable offer re
A few more of those fine Texas
ed, Rust-proof, Oats, call and get C
me111 While they lamt.N
If you owe us any thing call and
ttle at once. No goods charged af
r this date.
8ix fine cooking stoves at cost and,
eight" A good horse for sale cheap.
IARRIS & MORRIS.
October 27th 1891.
)ATZLER & SNITH,
Suits of 10 Pieces,$12.50'
Par'lor Suits, Plush
Coffins and Caske,ts at
ny time, (lay or ntight.
Push the button on ou r
ront door and your cal I
rill be answered immedi -
To get your goods che ap
)ATZLE & SITIIH
03 and 05 Majin St.,
GUREENV'ILLE, S. C.
The Standard Rotary
Proud of its bueiaty.
Pru o1)114f the tun ifority of its st i tch.
Pro,udti of li qitnss. IQ
Prtoud of the variety of its work.
Protal of iti- speed.
P rotail of it s ItJ(I O ingou techbip Sml.
TI.he~ "Standatrd" haus thle biggest bobbijn
any locak-st itcht macithine,i
Illds 1005 yards of cot ton.
rThe ten,isioni is releaIsed whtent taking out
The fInest goods are~ not drawn or puck
Itunos fifty per cent. lighter thani vibrat
Th'le motst e'xpensive, lueaiutiful and purae
-al seCt of aIttachmtI.tx
llent wood work of the Itiest finish everI
Shotes nedIe tused in lick-st itchu ma. a
uses therefore less hiablec to bend and f
ip) stitches. E
W11ilOltaiw as. lon as ot her Iock
Ever.y part1 is inf(( dedet of every thi. d
part, and1( nnl heo r(IE laced at a t i-itlinig '
sI 'Therefo re youI nnt keepi a -Stant
r'I1 Ii ra t lly newn a li fe-time.
For salte by II
LIiWIS & MORRIS.
oct I5tf - I,iekens, 8. C.
scHiOOL. CHURCH.i BASI
AND COURrI HOUSE~ p
'F U R NI T UR E. |
settee. for R. R. Depots S
and Pablic BIId'gs. d
GATES DESK 00, as
- 9*CINILMiE, &.0.
tro now receiving and opening their
FALL GOODS! "V6iM
M. ITagood in New York. Watch ise space for fuller ad
me their store for
Ed .AND BlAliQAI.Ns.
OD, BRUCE Cr 00,,
Plekens, S. C.
Ootober 20th, 1891. '"
a buy ootton for a near factory, and hope to be able to give fair
ug the heavy dooliuo the past week. Thero is little hopo for a
to are owing us to bring us their totton without delay. We didn't
the spring for bighor prices, and it is not fair now for you to keep
it. 11AGOOD, BBUCE & Co.
Goods on hand at this corner than ever before,
nd this enables us to make prices so
hat there is no better way to consult your interest and save
our hard earned cash
iy buying what you need from us.
We are bound to please you whether your politics are like
ir you favor the sub-treasury bill.
Our goods are first.class in every respect, and if your
an talk, we will be as careful to give it all its money's
vorth as though you were here in person.
While we wish you to ponder well the above, please do
iot forget that if yon owe us anything, that we need it to pay
mr debts, and come forward at once and get a clear receipt,
nd we will be ever so glad.
LEWIS & MORRIS,
The Popular Corner Store,
P. S. Just received, a nice lot of furniture, which we offer
bfeb,91 Pickea.s S. C.
Ir REM) TH IS!
WeWant your' Tr'ade, and-Tll do every1h-lng i
ur powe'r to please you.
We GUARANTEE OUR iDJG'' asna Everytalusg
sise we sell, to be paaire.
P'rescr iptioens Carefully C~ompouanded at Jioderate
Stop to see sea when lin Greessville.
A. B.& J.1. CARPENTER,
MANSION HOUSE DRUG STORE.
Greenville, S. C.
(i F~I R E
~hc Wilcoi & Gibbs Guno Co. ANI) LiFE
CH ARLESTON, S. C.,
.4~d ~Zf~ 4dtdL INS URAA (Jig
~~ Written :at the Senti
TOICE TO D)ERToIIs ANI) CRIED
IT ITO1N.--All persons hiolding claima _____
scaist t lhe estaite of James 0. Mosh(le de
ciased, late of PlIekenis Cunnmty, Mut I,Slnthl imI
arlina. 'will present them legally attest- gnc
i to( thle und(ersi gned byv 1st cf January
~r payetVf(i or he* hatr *; and those~ in.
ch'edl to sa;idl e"tate wvill make payimnti
y Janary 1st I8!i2.&
Mit8. N. S. MoSLEY.
.5, 189l wii Admhninistrato.rs.C VAT
oICEI OF FINAL 8ETT[LEME~NT. &P9IHS ~
Ihereby give ntice that. I will aip. bre ItOiIgptrt n ~ a
ly. to1. h. Newhe.rry, .ludge of Probatue tkt u yi..b.IJtttr
>r Pi(ken's couty, S. (i., oni the 7th dav h lDlb oiegynfq tir*I h
ee*mber, 189'1, lor lenve to make a ftinl
ttlement of thle esta~mte -'f lutvina RuIisselj l~ ~ U
eceased, amd a.;k to bc dismissed
aidahnilst rator. o ~sfnllpprnb
J. HI. ISALENTlNE, ans-4 ewto i.elv6JI
)1~j I. dzuiibtatur j IZi25 a ientit mrIosa4~V
Columbia and Greevfle
Condened Schedule Nov. 18th, 1891.
Trainw run on 75th meridian time.
Between Columbia and Greenville via At.
ston, Newberry and Iaurens.
Daily exf!ept Bunday.
No 61 No 7 STATONS. No 8 No so
am aIm pm puM
7 -10... Alston: ...... 912
845 8 40.....Newberry..... 739 845
955 9 25...,.Goldville .,,.. 708 785
1020 9 40....Clinton..... 650 710
31 30 10 10.... Laurens .... 690 63
p m a m p pa
12201083....Gray Court..., 557 47
1230 10 38. Owings...... 4 48
1 00 to1. 5.:i4untaln Inn... 840 406
1 28 11 04. s.ifullsonville... 59 541
1 47133S.: ..Mauldin..517 $11?
S525 It 3%..Ar Greenville Lv.. 5 00 280
B3etwoon Columbia, Alston s:hd Spartan
No. 13 NO. 16
10 anx.... .v Columbia Ar..9 25pm
10 5an 1........ uton ........ 835 pm
1 -11 ia........mpnrsle ....... 7 93p9 4
1 47111 5......... Sanitu ........ 17 2 pm
12 30p)Il......... Union ........ 7 031)=
1 03pin ........Phcolet ........0Q 12Ipm
1 30p ... Ar parenburg Lv... 5 43)m
Between Columbia, and Grenville, via.
11011b), l.ily OXyCpt .1nay.
No. 13 No. 14.
11 0Mam..... Columbia ........ 4 25pm
12 0550m.........Alston......... 8 Sopm
11 47am .........Cl'untri ........3 1 83pm
12 5m........Protiperi........2 2S5pa
12 37pin. Newherry........ 340mi
1 02pm ......... Plei ......... 2 29pm
1 4'pmn..... Arptalnug L 47pm
2 3 .. N Six.......1 25pm
2 10m.e...n.. .Comiood......12 4pm
3 In........ llodirs....... 8 80pm
S33Slm........ Ponalds.......12 03pin
U 1 ll....lolea Path .11 50ans
4 10pm.......Ierito......... 237m
41 345pin;...Wiliamston ... 11 am
4 12pm...... .Newzery.........I 04am
5 0p1).......Pi di llt.......,10 B2 am
5 47pm ... .Ar renville L.... 10 loom
Btweeli Newberry and Anuderson,
2 .aily exepty Sunday.
No. 17. NO. 16.
S 10antm... .Lv Newberry Ar .... 7 10pm
8 Wainn....... llena........ 'A45pm
9 5alm....... ie h......, 9m
.) 4Saint..Ninety Sl...6 43pm
10 3am.......rveood.......6 20pa
10 28-mil...... Wliges........1 spm
10 42pni........ .zids....... 5 1 0am
11 0111M ..1101waillithnt......5 98PIR
1 0p1......Ar Belon tv...... Iopm
11 40pm. Ar Anderon Lv....10 361
Between Newberr an, Anderson, .elton and
11-eviill e. )Daily excep t Su nday.
No. 14 No. 13.
11 00am....Lv W beliaray Ar.... 7 00pm
8 ~ A 50 m .. . .. ee a........ 7 45p)m
9.2.am..... ..S.hpeit.. . 7 r9pm
9 45oam.....Nney Aix..... 6I4pm
10 50ai.... Ar Anderson Ar. .... 5 44pm
1 5ami........ BItn n. ...... 5 15pm
13 :303tin. --.Tv BIton Ar... 5 05 pm
11 4-Jam .... Ar Wioal'niston lv... 4 40pm
11 58am........Pezer......... 428pm
I 15m am......Pieditont ...... 4 10pm
1-2 50pinm..... Ar A1reenvill Lv.... 3 36pm
Btweenil Hdge, tid Abbevill . Daily
No.No . l N No 14Noi3.
9) 00m... Lv Wahan A... 80pm
6.1.12......A leneen L...... 0 30pm2
10 5 0...Ar Andersone Ar... 111 4pm
No 12am N. .. ..A 11.OUnv No .1. N 18
J 1 3 3 30a .. ..L leto A .... p05pm
1) 4 52m..Ar Williamston Lv ... 4 40pm11
26 0pm...Ar Geille L....f 580
'riietwee Hodges Iand Abbevile . D'1Aly
No1111 0 1o1 WEST4 OUND iN 17 Na 15
6. 10 12 25n, .Lv 9dges v.20 .10 5, fo lien
6 45onvi0i .A Abeville A4Sri.1, 10n4 0
'1'rins lea3ve Girtnburg., S. C., A. &
d. thvsio, orthound, 2.4 a m, 4.40 p
m,6.457 p)1 (vestiulimted) mitd;bouth.
(ve1stibu, 543ed min,ed);6 wetond W. N.ble
C. iiionu, 1.35 p m. 7.22 p m,.o Hn
T1rainis le'ave Greenviooe, 8. C., A.0 &aC
d1;iIin northbounder(1, . aCm. 4.40 p m.;
04 p iins,,(ve.bue liied; foruthbound
ta10(a , 5.nd plm,t M12.6pm(esiud
. 'll ain eare Snee. -Train A.ev. i.g
viron,o n .rthbound, 1.17 as m,rg 2.4pul;
sotbondv, .7 Aga . 7.2i2ip m. ana
6.20ain.senn leave ood, . C. 7.0
m; tf3 m;ri( Grenwdon 10. C., 3.35 ping
mOlit aurens wi. C.,& 4. pl m;n fo uul.
11a,3 llae and poits sot.ir0)9Fls3ad
P llmawen C~iar1 Sece~35.r, 11 eainin
Greenwood). 30 p33 m,:1 s ca.e thog C Puiilon
nah A., via.SN August, arriig 1:a,annaC
6. am. Ienn (leavel Maannahr At.0
p m1tJ, arv. rewo 1.5am a
conecio Ith C.'Y &I (n divis. Pugt
A6 hetzwe, har so,S , n icn
J. AAOS, nyt.,i Connbir, AtlanC.
TW. ATLT ICK,Aut COA'T PaIs. Agen
Chalotatei, N. C., o.2 81
W.IIII ii. GalEEN. 3c Gen'311 Mar.naer Ad
(ianta, Gae.Qis a
JAo. L2. TALlNe'iPs. Ag'.
Wihnington,. N. (C.,ji3a Nov. 3d, 191.0
Fas 3).ine be ..i weensnhrle.t4 andC
1? 00 a. .. LvCharleston A.. 1 .5a.
2 54 .- -J-- -.Lnwo.1..2 459n
5 40 A....mer......10 35 i
95 30 ...rCehniL.0 915
8 00.........Chest.er....... 9 (28
4 00 .... . .1tok 111.. 1 . 248p
1 00..... ..CharttcN.r C.... 1 40
3544 .....nder son ......10. 3 0 mI
4 40 .... Abeville.N. C.., 3 p
4 20 p. m).(.. .harlston . . . .1 50 a. M.
8 00 ....Snmter . 8. 83)
9 20 Ar... Coluia n. Lv 7 10
1)aily. tI)aily e'xcep9t Sunday.
Solid tains btatweeni(li Chrleston and Co.
umbia)11, S ( .. and:4 *.arry hr JirKgh sleepers
Liet ween Chaurles and( *I~ 3incinnti.
II. M. EMElRSON,
Ass't( Gen. P.ass. A gent.
TI. M1. ICMElSON, Tirnle Manager.
JL 13. Na gN.v. (Gen'3 Manager.
GiREENVILLE, 8. C.
Over Westmo3reland4 llros'. [Drug St ore.
'.l3 work (30ne4 by th3e insltanftanelous pro.
.iss. Aliso ma1k(e enIlalgements from old
,ictulres to) anyi size ini water coloirs, eray
a,. Indiat ink, oil uand lin lhetogranh's.