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--the Methodist parsonage is to be fin
bed up by contract.
--Mr. Elbert Mauldin left last week
'r his home in Coleman City, Texas.
Read the advertisement of Messrs. Mlor
- A, Major & Co., and give tht m a call.
-Sam Ashaoro returned hone last
hursday from a tour of the wild West.
-Mr.J.Frank RampAy,of Liberty town.
lIp had a partial sttoko of paralysis last
-bfr. tily Simmons of Cross Roads
-ction reports much sicknes in his con.
-Mr. Burgess, the cotton buyer, was in
Zasley last Monday on the look out for
-Ir. L. E. Burns, a prosperous young
:nerthant of Laurens, was in town last
week on business.
-Mr. Bet'ry, the pastor, preached an in
teresting sermon in the Methodist church
last Sabbath evening.
-'Squire Mattbew Gillespie was in town
last Saturday. He reports many cases of
sickness on the Oolanoy.
-The weather Bureau said last Sabbath
would be a fair day. The Bureau slip
ped up, because it was so wet and slip.
-Mr. Charlie Cauble has bought of Mr.
James F. Lay, executor, the house and lot
recently occupied by Mrs. Carrie Dobbins.
lie paid $600 cash.
-With favorable weather this week, the
tinners will finish their part of the court
house roof. From all appearances they
are making a good job of it.
-Mr. R. W. Willimon brought two of
as fine bales of cotton to town last Tues
day as we have seen. They were ginned
and packed by Mr. M. D. Farmer.
Judge Newton has a numerous herd of
goats, but tl:ey are not ot the kind nor
Dear so many as those of Governor Tiliman
The Governor's is a.supei b herd of scape
-Mr. Jeff. Gassaway pacsed through
town last Tuesday with a fine drove of
mules for Central. They have been win
tering on Mr. R. G. Gaines' North Caroli
-Dr. V. F. Austin, dentist, will be in
Pickens from next Monday for a weelt or
ten Jdays. If you want aniythinig in his
line, call on him at Mr. I 1B. Hendricks'.
He guarantees satisfaction.
-Mr. Bob Holder killed a hawk last.
Monday night measurin(g four feet an(I six
.nches by the rule, froim tip to tip of his
wings. le has already been promised a
week's board in chicken pies.
-When your watch, c'ock or any of
your jewelry needs repainiring, ren binher
there is as good and as reliable a workman
in Pickens as can be found any where.
Mr. Burns certainly understands his busi
-Messrs McClesk- and Wilcox, of Pied.
lont stopd in Pickens hist Monday eve
ning. They had been over about Hog
Back on a hunting tour. Mr. MeC. ha.
one trophy-the lefto fore paw of a huge
-11ev. E. M. McKissick is still suffering
with rheumatism, and has not been able to
'eturn home from the neighiborhood of
Dickey Chapel, and hence lie will not be
thle to fill his appointments the second
are was aceme,L..,..
::aught from a defective flue.
-Mrs. Malissa Lewis, wife of Anthony
Lewis diedt of pneumonia at her home last
Fridlay night, and was buried on Sunday
at Mountain Grove church. She leaves a
husbapid and seven chilren and manny rel
atives and friends to mourn her (leathl.
-Two Germans from New York made a
trip to our mountains bast week with a view
to buying some of the hills to settle a Ger
man colony on. . 'hey looked at some land
->wned by Coi. I. E. dIagood ndl returned.
[t is not known whether they wvill buy or
-Mr. T. C. Martin, ex-county commis
dloner, after an absence from the Court
E'ouse a year and a (lay was in Pickens last
l'nesday, and his many friends wer-e glad
.o see him in such line spirits andl cood
ieaith. lie and Mr. John P~hillips came
ip to get some corn for a neighbor.
--How much ore you going to give to
save a town clock put ini the cupola of thme
sew court house? It is be-ing put up in el
~gant style for such a machine. Mr. Burns
vlill soon tell us what it will cost us. It
mist be put in if it, take's tim price of all
hge loose chickens that. daily tear up the
-We caine very near having a fire in
own last Thursday eveing. About thr-ee
>'clock tire wais discovered burning the
ibingles near thle chimney of the hotel, it,
iad just begun to burn hut (Capt. Thornhey
'each ed it and extinguished it witbout
uiuch troubile. No dlamage wvas (lone ex..
~ept a small hole burned in the roof.
--A good gardlen one year, not troubled
>y chickens is worthk enough to buy3 chkick
mns for one family four years. It costs
ibout $50.00 to pale a garden against chick
me8, the hateful things will fly ove-r 11nd(
'cratch up andl eat up the seed alnd tend(er
plants, and make one's religion perch very
lightly on her apron p)ocliet. D)o, p)lease,
keep your fowls in the coop.
--Miss Mary Riley wvill b)e married todlay
(Wedniesday) in tihe lPreabyLtrian chmurch ait
Easley, to Mr. Richard 8. Bro-lwn, tihe pop.
ular anmd ellicienit book-keeper of WV. M.
Hagoodi & Co. Tile ce-remkony will be per
formed at 2 p. im. and the happy couiple
will leave oni thle northbiloun<i train. Theluy
have many friends who join theC SE(NTINaiL
in wishig them a hong, happy ankd pros.
-Mr. WV. A. Neal, or Hlopewell tow~n
;hip, is going to) plant 100 acres of is best
upland in corn this year, reduiniig his cot
- ton crop by about that muci(h. anmd of
course, reduckinig his expenditure for guino
in the samne proportion. Mr'. Neal has been
in Columbia tihe pa.L week attending the
meeting o)f the pck'itentiary directors' with
whom he mnade a contract for twventy-five
convicts to woik his fairm this 3ear. Hei
arrived home with them last Friday night
mad new has themi at work. Hie has huilt
&astockade to keep thkem securely.-Peo.
a le's Adl 'ocate.
--It is not at all surprising that the citi
zens are becoming anxious Lto hear some1
reliable railroad newys. The (delay has bCeen
caused by the unparalleledl stinlgency ini
monkey matters. Weo have not for a mo
menlt lost faith In Mr. Burkhalter's i.cerl
ty. [lie ability has only been post poned
for awhile. He needls a bout *20,00u0 cash
to start with, *5,000O of which lhe proposes
to conltribute himself. Absout $6,000 or
*7,000 of tIls hais alreadly been p)romisedl.
So we aire muich encouraged to think that
the picks will smite the gm'it ha a short tinte.
We hop3 Mr. Bi. will write tihe Siain-trx. a
luter once a wcik unitil lie goce W~ wvork.
-The first load of fertilizer that has
)een carried through hero this year, was
carried through last Saturday.
-Oscar, a four aear old son of D. A.
Parrott, who lives about nine miles north.
west of Pickens, was burned to death last
Thursday. Illis clothing caught fire from
3ome brush burning near the house. The
bereaved parents have the sympathy of
many friends in this sad affliction.
-The United States court is rushing up
matters this week at Greenville, This ses- t
sion promises( to be the shortest on record.
It has sent Mr. lichey the following board
ers: 1'. P. Ellenburg, three months and
$200 fine; Wim. Evatt, eight months dnd
$500 tine; Riley Elleuburg, three months
-Mr. Geo. E. Bloggs, who represents the
Columbia Fertilizer Company, was in
Pickens last Friday. He has supplied many
of the sub-Alliances In this county and ex
ects to sell several more. He is one of the
est Alliance talkers we have ever heard.
He will deli-er an Alliance lecture at this
place on Saturday, the 20th inst.
-Mrs. Sallie Gravley died at ier home
six miles west of Pickens hist Sabbath at
about sixty years of age. The immediate
3ause of her death was an attack of ieas
les. Her remains were interred at Mt.
Grove. Site had been for nany years a I
member of the Baptist church. Site was
the nother (if Miss Jane Gravley, whose
many friends in Pickens will sympathizo
with her in this sore bereavement.
-Capt. J. E. Bentlev, a section master
on the Itichmiond & Danville railroad, died t
last Saturday of typhoid fever at li3 hoine
near Crosswell, on Salhidi river. Ile vas
about 31 years of age, was very popular J
witlh tlhe comany ald1 had Many warm
friends anong his neighbors. Ilis renains r
were interred at George's Creek. lie leaves
a widow and four children. The former is f
now (town with the saime kind of a fever. -
Died, February 1st, 1892, -Mrs. Margaret Y
Jamttisott, wife of McElroy Jamison.
The subject of this sketch was b;orn in
Pickens county, S. C., in 1837, and was
fifty-four years, three montis and eleven
days old wlten she died. She leaves a lhus
1and attld seven children to mourn her de.
cease. She was a devoted wife and ioth
er. She had been married thirty-six years,
was a menber of the Baptist cltirlt thirty
two years and (lied a member of Cross
lRoads BapliAt churchl.
'1The funteral IWas preacIted by l1ev. W. B.
Singleton at the hoime, and her remains
were buried at the Jamison burying
grotund, a large crowd of friend.,- and rela
tives being present. The wri-(r visited
her in htet sickness and fou id ier ready to
depart, andI go hlene and he with Christ.
She said to thte Writer: "I ai not afraiid
to die, for I know whom I have believed,
and aim persiaied that ie is able to keelt
that which I have contuitted unto him
algainst that <blly."I
"The spirit is the iminortal and nobler
part-was jmtt a lodger or wty-farer in an
(atly tent, it perishalble dlwellilg. Its I
tent life was not its htoitte life. 'Ite tent
falls, the spirit speeds away to the better
".1elm spirit with a bound
Left its eneimnering ('lay3,
IIer tent at ttmidday on the ground,
A darkened ruin lay.
IN re in an inn a strantger dwelt,
I Ietre joy and grief by turns she felt;
1oor dwNelling, now we close thy door,
The task is W'er,
The sojourner returns no more.
Now., of a lasting home possese],
She goes to seek a delper rest.
The Lord brought here, 1le calls away,
Make no4) delay,
This hjotme was for a passing vdy."
n1 ai Dog.
tt beats the record1
mtortgages. Itn fact
gage or' lien on rec
given its part, scutri
ibut tw'.o (r thtree
tiled a !.mortgage in
..(d species of per.
tiiotned as seurity
"otte good squirrel
Eniron SSNTINEI.: I wish to express my
hteatfel ct thtatnks to mty friends anid nteigh-.
bors for' thteir' kindntess anmd respect pakd to
me stnd mty fammily dulrintg our aillictionts
caused by sickntess antd death of miy wife.
I am sure thtis kittdntess will always~be re
mettibered by tme atnd my childrent, witht
prayers and kind feelings for them antd
thteirs. I remaiin theirs,
Br'ighten up; yout don't have to plank
dlownt a fotunmte; you can get Salvattion Oil
for 25 cents.
Gilded live centt pieces are gointg for five.
dollar gold p)iCes, buit Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrutp nIeeds nto gilding to make it go.
Price only 25 centts.
Our Ex Itibit.
OFFeRt OF COI.U'MulA BI'ARD oF TnA D.
Colt.UMnhA, S. C., Feb. 5th 1892.
To Tix Eit mon.
D)ear Sir: WVill yout kindly pulisht the
followintg (call atnd dlirect, attetioni to it, edi..
T1o tIhe Citizetis (if So utht Carolinal:
A l.lrec iat ing the limpo"rt aite oIf a 'rop)er
reOpresenttation t of SolitItb iorolinta at. the
World's Co1tlian F xIpoitIiont us to its aug
rietultural, mtechantic'aI, attd other resonrees
thte Bloard of Tn'ide would earniest ly ask
ever'y city, toiwnt and1 hamtlet , every mtanut
factinlg and1( evr(y pubtllic organlizttiont, to
sentd deleCgates to ai convt'entiont to be hteld ini
thte city of CoImb)ia ott ''Thursday and
Fmidlay, March 10th atnd 1Ithi; thme putrpose
of sucht d cionvention bhinif to settle upIont
soe deflinite plait of re'presentatitonl, atid
to (elect. live commttissionlers, whtose duty
it shall 1be to ('trry) (lut, sucht plan.
WV. J. MtnnAy. President.
FIiSD. A. S.u.x, Secretary
Thte work ont thte Methtodist y':rentage
n ill he let out. by cotntrt, on thet 15th intst.
at 2 p. ttm., t. thte buihlding, to the lowest
bidder-. TIhe coittinittee reMrves th Itright
to reject all bills. B. 0. liniy,
Chiamia of Commtiittee.
Somte favor ai tarlITf for revettute (only,
som te a tati If withI inteidetal p)rotectiion,
and1( sotmt a tatriff for pr0otetitn,per se; but
a large malljority .favor the free us of Salva
tioni Oil for cuts attd bruitses,.
An tend(1less chmait olf cetIifleates v;etify
Ithe excelletnce of D)r. Blls Cough Syrup.
Pnerie 25 cenits.
Contt atpttiln Cured.
An (o11 physician, retirted ftomt practice
hanvintg ht:t I plated ini his hatndls bty an Eatst
Inial isionarytIi the for-mutla of a simptIle
vegetale remedyil for the speed(y tand pet'
manentoit cure of Consumpittin, Ulronchlitis,
Catarrit , Asthmita, andtu a l thrott andl L~ung
Aifectints. alIso a1j) positiv e aund taidical eure
for Nervolus DJebility 3'nd1( all Neivott~usCtm
lainlts, after havmng tested its wond(erfutl
cutrative powers itt toutsand s of( ca.iEs ha~s
felt It his dut.y to mtake it knos wn 1( to ia suC.
ferlitg fel lows. Actumate by Ithis itotiv'eautd
a desire to relieve hi uan sitffern ito will
senid free of charige, to atli who dhsire it.;
tthis recipe, int (Germant, Frencht or English,
with fnli dI(r(ctiotns for prepainng an~d u.t.
ittg- Sent by mtai by addrItessuing withl~
stamn), natmiing thIs >aper. W. A. iNoyes,
820 l ower's Block, Itochester, N. Y.
For above occasion, the Richmond &
anville railroad will sell round trip tickets
o New Orleans and Mobile at one first
lass for the round trip. Tickets on saile
rebruary 25th to 29th inclusive, limited
eturning March 15th, 1892. The follow
ng are round trip rates from points named
>clow; Intermediate points in same propor
ion: Charlotto to New Orleans, $23.60;
o M->bile, $19.40; Greenville to New Or
eaus, $19.95; to Mobile, 15.75: Columbia
o New Orleans, $22.95; to Mobile, $18.70.
The Queens Eniglish.
The Lewiston (Me.) Journal tells this
itory about a somewhat illiterate Maine
voian who had just returned home after
visit to New York: "0," she said to a
riend, "I had such a perfectly lovely tine!
,verything was so convened, you know.
We stopped in a house where we rode up
o our room in a refrigerator, and I always
id my washing done at the foundry right
,here in the house. It was awful nice.
I'hen there warn't no stove and no clutter
n the rooms. There was one of these leg
slators right in the floor and the heat pour
d right lp through."
'"low did it happen that you came back
"0, we'l you see. Salry didn't have no
cPPrtite. I had tie hardest work to get
er anything that she could realize. Ion
stly when I got her home she was also an
Perhaps it wais this woman's husband
rho said that "Ilen Peters got killed this
iorning, and the corner hies jist gone out
o hold an insect on him."
Medium--' This is the spirit of John
ones. Does ny one desire to communi
ate with him?"' Editor--' Yes. lie owes
e ic . Ask him what lie's doing in the
ext worl." Spirit --"ltunning an ice
RCtory. Call early and avoid the rush."
IIC-"Mattie, if I only dared to kiss
She-I'llarrry, what ever you are, don't
c t cowan."-IBoston Transcript.
-1 TATE OF SOUTIl CAROLINA,
County of Pieckefs.
By virtue of an execution from the
Jourt of Probate at the stit of Car
>line V. Rowland Vs. Wlitiner Svm
nes I havo levied uipon and will sell
o the highest bidder, on
Saleda in M:rchi,
Iext, duing the legal hours for sale,
lie following describe( real estate,
All that piece, parcel or tract of
and situato in the couity and State
iforesaid, oin waters of Fifte(,n M ile
"reek, adjoinilg lalnds of F. V. Clay
on, W. V. Clayton, WNhitner Synmes
mid others, con taining sixty (60) acres
noro or less. The land is sold to
atisfy the above execution.
Terms cash. Purcthaser to pay for
>apers. 11. A, RICIIEY,
eb9 Sheriff Pickens County.
The Auditor's olice wiA be open from
he first day of 1anu1ary 1892 to the 20ith
lay of February 1892 to receive retiuiis of
Ieal and Persoial property for taxation in
Lickens County for te year 192.
The Auditor or his <h-puties will he it
:'aclh of the following precinets to receive
returins for said year.
Kix 31lile. Tia-day, February 2d 189)2.
H1urricanil, Vednesday, 'FebruarV 3d
E-astatoe, Thur-sdlay. Feblruarv 4th 1892.
Foster's Store, Satutrday, February 6th.
Dat-eusville, M'.onday, February, 8th 1892.
Cr'oss Plains, Tuesday, February 9th
Easley, Wednaes-l av and T1huirsday, Feb
ruary 10th nind l1ith 1892.
Liberty, Fid ay and Saturday, February
12t h anmI 1t h 18$92.
Central, Tuiesd-,y atmd Wednesday, Feb
ruary li h andl 17th. 1892.
And at Pickens C. Hi. the balanec of the
All chainges in Real Estate must be made
andt all new huildinigs ere(cted( since dirst
day of Janiuary 1891 returnied for action of
Township Assessors who arc re<luired by
law to e:xainela all returns madte. .igno..
rance of timhe of listing is no excuse and a
penalty of fifty (50) per~ ccnt. for unon-re
turn is strictly enjoined upon Auditors.
Taxpayers nmtst make their returns in
person or by sonic one legally authorized
to do so in ease of sickness or absenec from
Ban ks, uildinug atid Loan AXssociations,
F'ire, Life and other Insurance Companies,
ire required by3 law to muake ret urns.
All nailes bietweeni 21 andt 501 yer of
age, exceplt those exempt biy lawv, arc liable
to Poll Tax. J. 11. CLYD)E,
Auditor of Pickenis County.
% ~ Li,very Macinie ha-s at
S drop leaf, fancy cover,
two large drawers, with nickel sings, aiid full
set of Attachnments, eciual to any Singer Ma
chine sold from $40 to $60 t>y Caiivasscrs.
The hligh Arm Machine has a self-setting nec
dIe and setlf-thr eadint shuntute. A trial in your
hiomi e f-ire pament is asked. liuty direct of
the Maninfact ure'rs awil save agenuts' profits he
sides getting~ crifica:les oif nummuitee for fivc.
years. Sen so r mr.hine w ith nian.e of a biu.incss
man -is reference aiid we will ship one at once,
Co-Operative Sawing Machina Co.,
269 S. i uih St., l'l.itadctphia, lPa.
S..W E PA Y 'A li I ztit(.IIi.-2
THE~ ATLANTIC COAST LINET fl I
W.ilmington, N. C., JTai. '1 st, 18'92.
Fast Linie bietw'eetn Charle(ston aiid Co
luimbia aiid tipper Mouthl Carolina ani
Western North I,taroliina.
(Giing WVest- Go'ing Eaust,
*Nii 52. 'NO. 53.
(1 50 a.m i. . Lv Charlest on A r. . 10 :;o a.ni
8 82..........nes........ 8 4p.ni
9 -13..........uiter....7 25
to 55 . -..Ar Cohntnin Lv... 6 (00
5 57 p. m ... -W intinbo-i- . ... 4 20
I :30.........est.........3 28
7 (08 ....ok hilt....2 413 p.m
8 00 .. .Charilot te, N. C.. 1 - 50Sf
1 05 p.mi A r Newherriy,S. C., I t r7 pi ii
3 (tf . . ..Gree-nwvoel..1 57 a ni
51 13 ....Andern. ...10 ('5
5 :1; ...Greenvill......9 25
8 00O..........Walhhaa. ... 8 0(0
4 08 ...Abbieville..10 r,1
2 -15........Sparitmu'ltrg .... -12 (05 ai ir
5 0tt I hendersonuvil,-N. C 9 51
5i 53. . -Asin-ville. 'N. C. . 8 (j0
Solid t, Iis let ween't ('hales-t(n and ('o
h unhi-u, S. (1.. and -carry thsroighi sl eueper.
A t GenIci. '.iss. A .ent,
TI. M. i.\T EJIS( I T'rn.fuir temzr_
Your Note or Acc
W. M. HAGOOD & CO., Easl
Have you even been to see them ? Do you
them? The New Year is here and some of you w
grown handsome off of our substance have nev
"Thankee" to us. How do you expect to keep uF
you do better than this? If you can't pay, have th
and see us and make some kind of settlement.
man to go to see you.
These remarks are not meant for all of our cu
science will tell you if it is meant for you. To th
their best and proved themselves true frient
our thanks. We will do business at the same old
pared as well as ever to offer inducements for the
good people. We will appreciate your trade for ai
best effort will be made to serve you properly.
W. M. HAGOOD & CO., Easl
COST NOT CONSIDERED
IHlavinlg )ought the entire Stock of Goods in the busines
of Lewis & Morris, Pickens, S. C., we propose to sell the en
tire stock of said Lewis & lorris at and below cost. Thes
goods are not shoddy, but of the very best quality. In orde
to make room for a more uniform stock, they must go. Com
V3:gNO GOODS CHARGED AFTER DATE.
MORRIS, MAJOR & CO.
N. B. Parties indebted to Lewis & Morris, will be c:
pected to come with the money and SETTL E AT ONCE.
LEWIS & MORRIS,
Febiruary 1, l12' ickeas'. S. O.
Timis ina tle way we are selliang our Celebratedl A. B
C. 9 imach 4'. Tobacco. You save 4 cents a paousuad. Bece
Tolbacco in I flIaIsaket ior' tle price.
'We are IHIedquIarters for Dr'esgs, all Pateast Med
cines andi all Snandries in l3rmssacs, Consabs aund Toot
I Braslaes, dre.
CA RPEN T ER B3ROS~,
MANSION HOUSE DRkUG STORE.
Greenvwille, S. (
Has, permanentIly loentd in Pickens and A'l"I'OltNEY A T LAW,
offers hsis pr'oh ssiioal servi(ces to tlhe c'it ji o7 aw fK
zens of the' town'i andsc otyi3. Itis dlipslo- No 9Lw Ine
nui re from thle College of Phyi~sician,s . .l -vr,,E 8.
and Surgeons, of liattrnre 189l , a< l'ra:(ti'es in all thet'( courtsH. Casn gi
fr*omi Johs llopkins, 1891 . Was nine 0.ry iest ieec esI1C)t. 'Telephitonie No. 1
nt hs5)tI ini Nursinig aind Chibhl's. t'ospital, jan'anin
I ilt Iiore. 2tde im - - - - --
- .-____- -..-- - ii . 1 Iiwen. J1. BI. Freemat
C. FITI'GElIAALD, J3WEN & FiEEMA N,
G;I';El;N VILLE, s. C. aes ___ 1IKN,S
Over WVest morehmod Bros'. Drhug Store._____-.
Alt work dtonet byi the inistataneout'is pro- WIlS&Oft .BO
('(ss. Also mnake enllartgemenCIts fromt old (re il, .(.T kit,.
picturesC to any siz'e iint aer colors, era y- JL,OR&1)GS
onl, Ind(ia ink, osil ;ad pin photographis.W
---- --- ---- ---ATOltNEYS AT LAW,
Thc Pickens Markets, P 1ICKE~NS C. II., S.
ICorn, per but.................. . r>0 M. F. A.vsni~i, C. L. I Iii-.sNseH lIn
Pen...., ..".......................60" Orevil,'.C
Hiitter' per 16)...... .......... ..15 N8IEL &IOLNSW1T,
Eggs~ per do'z.................8 - 8ILAOWIT[
('hickens eh............... .i(t7 2- ATT'OlINEYS ANIl) CO)l'NSELO)H?
Iiron per lb.................8 A TI L A W,
Larld "' ......... .12 PlKIENS C. II., S.
'tlour per hair........ .... ...... 5 00~; G00 Pra't ice in all the contt s oif them Stali
Suo le a r "t................ . 6 ted( to it e 5 i '~~ t i nh i (5 lit i
111ides. gree ... ... ... .. . - -- --- --- - ---- - --
flOWI - ?~'~-"-- 1LLA & W'ELI)D
AN122 3Main Street. (1HENYVLLE, R.
T '1ICIH OF IUEMOVAL,.
My' )enit a Blooms are now locatedl
~4 ~L~/ - -'- W. C. Cleveland's new buibitling over ti
- - - avigs' Bantk andu Fe4lto's Hiok Store.
1T'l.11. W._ NO It~i~ WOO 1,1"D. . (.
Eneewps'lissgToan'r ~ Tn~ ~ W. MV'. Nouwoon, D). ) R . A:;sistanit.
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s msii einrnerr l.tal. I I dont ," 'ri at 5Ii t iie~~
tlie he Abletohnyg ian la d r.nd be i.; a i'.teti. a r sh
to. Moey an hoaerl i.e re' lia r -.sp Oflce ovect' WVest mor'elandl Bros. & D)uke
and in theIr nwn lsrIiti.".. a-yh .ervr they five. A.ny .one )rtig S.t
cane do the iork 5~. t.. w..r re, 'c :5 i'nythi No
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Ao perWC c C~i.rc .I m,A itInxa it. I I S MITI'J,
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and.ti c >t r.iecy nc.aar e eneyI..tte ts now" permneintly locanted at IEaile
we wll n.~ e n ei e on -c~P~ V.At a u , ata rspect fllsy offers his profession
TaMII ar 4A., Ina 4tjO. Augateea. MaIa. -Sen ices to the iulie geneLralb-. 2jian'
ever expect to pay
io have fattened and
er said "Turkey" or
> your credit unless
. manhood to come
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iother year, and our
PicIkIA, S. C.
TH R1IMOND I DAVIU IsR
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
Schedule in effect, Nov. 15, 1891.
Nort11bounId. 'No. 28. *No. 101 *No. 1.2.
" ~ ~ ~ . .hnb.e - -...... 92 p 1 1a
" Norcros." .:....... !y9 mj11 011111
"I)hluth . ... - ...95p 1a
"' Suwan (ce.. ....1 3 m1 ra
" l f rd . .... ........ i10 17114 am
" Flow'r Y" r'h .... 10:11p 11 5:hm
" Ga.1inesv L... 2 50p );i!0 5 1pili'lo 1.1pm,1 -
Lula. ... .... . . .. . 11 I-Symll 12 4
" ll o"ll n .r ....... I1 21pml -2) 411pm
(h" Corelia... ... ... 11 -1pm (I lopm
'' M ir . . 1 50pm11 1 15pm
r Tm-coa ........ 11 20:O n ' 471mp
W vstmI ist-r ....... 5 m 7;-.m2
.1Ce tral. .. ... . ... ... . 5 :e : .t' m
"Crv ile . 0a6pm 2-1tm -:1 410pm II
" r e'... ........ :7 1-': 2 5-11)1pm
re .. ..... 1 :;ilm i 27pm
" 0arinanur- apm 3 .pm i I 5
"v (lif tn ... .. ...... 4: 1:3Ml ; 271im
" Clwpen' .. ........ 4t I3am11 ; 1-. pm1
" 1.1lnvy'.4... .... .. * -* a 'I0p
" l1aksbug . ..... . . 4a i 00pm
" rov . - . . v vla 7. 12 m
"' .. . 528a i 7 :1 )pm
" (histo Ia)'5I...1.......1.. 5 5 m 7 591)"11
" LowAel.......... . ... ;. O,7m 8 12pm
S llvenilont. . ...... . I 1am5 8 '2:11m1
Ar Char14ott c.. 1 S.-1a 750p Im
Southibmiml. ]*No. :7. *No. 11I. *No. 9
liv Charlt IE. . - 4m 1 5 2 2o:uu
S elem t.. . ... . 2 12pm 1 2 l
"9 . toni .... . ....... 15pm I:am
"IiIn:'............ . :1 opm ;; 'l7:n
"' Groverr(. .... .. . ...... ;1 7;pm :0 :Lm
'- 5EGulfney's............ ;-ip d.1-u
" Cowpn,s.............. 0 41pm 41 eamn.
" C ifto ..... ......ii -8u 1:1p 445am
Ar 4 Greer's-- . . . . so . ... 1 . 5 0Epm 51 4Oam
. Alty s4EE - - i - - - -. - 1 f 7p E :X-L :
Cet LV8 . .At: ... .. - l - , - 6 i55p 7D 11am
8:n12 -) -)) -J- - . - . -E-. I( e 7 22pmL 7:D 57am
Westm~4 jit ErEy .. EE . N.E. . 7 i 41 I 15mn 4LV.
'AII cE3 .. .1.: . . . i..n . 8EE 131;' n . R 2a
" Mu A iy. ...4 N . .. 8aI' 4:1m 9.El 1am1
":1 C r e. . .. ......V .Al . 80 m EEE : I 8
[. I etn.. j 14 4E ....... 9 1434 I pm 9E1. E 45am
* 13. ..... ( ..... .. 9 pm 47amJt EEI:y 4:;4
'E.1 1,in svEil. ;2 -:llpm I9EIE-1E 10 12
" ilElulor......4E4 ......pIE.. 10 E 17 0 -EE5-un
" SuwEEanE Se .. . . E.. .i'E 10 ; 4E3 10 Ham
" D N o . .. .i .la.. . EE . d0ayp 11 2hami
"C unb:1 llee -.x .......l. 11 08pm 14(1 4:)11am
Ar Alanta.... 5 05 m1 11EEIeI I5pm 12E 20pm
AditEi ona44 l trais No. 417I i an E8 la N
acconmIrEisti dIa4IEi -s ex epts Iumly I,
E ave AtElanta,1D 5 'E::1 I p. DI: m., arrives Lua(
e. 8:1D2 EE.I m.E) DIEturin, DlE( es LuEE a I'.00E :4E
m. rriv'' e sIgda Atl 'a D::> , a. E m. ''~ili1
('y, Exep~'Et SmaEl y and14 Nol9d il.lev
.1d A:'. p,. m., IA and 1n1. :m. arEia
turnog:)l I, eav Ates(o.1'alyecp
(unday~.andA JMNo. Edai, G:15tp. m.;mDl
. :4V. 1m., arr vue, Lul0 M00 p m. :md l:3.
e a1, . .
D. liEt wEar4E Toccoa(I an FIIE,hro-N.
dal (xep Iunay ea~v To 2-i p.
A)(a- g MN.6 dl y,' e x4'4l4cpt 1unday, leasel
- Elber:tion 5:00a.~ '4 m.,11 arrveT.3 I .;E) .m.
het13( wee1 n aintnadK ia i i
. PuEunr Slepr ee ANthoaEmTHS
1)No11 n oi rehanc inh 13 41day edbe
. fromCNIw Y. CHtoCAtlaAta
-al and Wa.hin U.RN IsTrnEx
n, F r deaile in orm tte o Ft. l o ta n
.II A . L.TAYLOt,GnL4. Ag.t
IICHMOND &DAN~VILE L L CC,
Columbia and Greenville
Condensed Schedule Jan. 81st, 1891.
Trains run on 75th meridian time.
letween Colimbia and Oreenville via Ala
stoit, Newberry and Laurens.
Daily except Sunday.
o W NO 15 STATIONS. No 16 No 60
.... 11 iO.Ly ( ln'hinJa Ar.. 350 ....
.... 1205... ..Alston ...... 300
800 1 05.....Newberry..... 157 8i0
908 3 00.....Goidville...... I1 54 645
930 320.....Clinton......11 36 620
0 15 3 50.... Iaurent......11 06 530
I 10 4 19. ... Gray Court .... 10 12 4 19
1 50 4 37.. .Fountain Inn. ..10 25 320
2 13 4 50. ...impsgonvil.e.. .10 14 1 f8
237 501......Mauldin.....1002 285
2 33 5 35. Ar Greenville Lv.. ) 30 2 50
3etween Columbia, Alston and Spartan
h lug. Dailv.
No. 13 No. 14
1 10am. ... Lv Columbia Ar..... 8 .50pni
2 05pin.........Alston......... 2 55pi
2 52pm .........Carlisle ........ 2 02pmn
1 04pn.........Santuc......... 1 52pm
I 14pmn.........Uion ......... 1 15hpm
2 05pin........ P col(t ........12 61pm1
2 45pn.. . Ar Spin tanburg Lv. .. 12 05pin
letween Columbia and Greenville, via.
Belton. Daily except Sunday.
No. 11. No. 12.
I 10ani...... Columbia........3 0pm
a Wipm.........Alstoii....... . 3 00pm
w 25pin........ Pomaria........2 40pin
2 45pm.......Prosperity........ 217Ipi
I 05pm....... .Newberry........1 57pm
1 lopin.........I[leli......... 1 s2pni
202pn.......Chappells. 1 07pm
2 -4pm.......Ninety Six.......12 40pm
I 06pm...... Greinwood...... 11 57am
4 2 piym ........ I 1(-lbrcs..........1 312a
1 .'i1m ........lkomal 's........11 10:am1
I 0 piml...... l oia Path ......10 5tian
1'-'Opm .I .........lB(Aton . .... .... 10 31am
4 liipm ...... illiamstou.......10 iani
4 62pm ....... ..Pe lzer.........10 09amii.
5 07piln.......(Piedmllout........9 55am
4 45pi.... Ar Grecaville Lv .... 9 15-am
Betwcen Newherry and Anderson.
I)aily except. Sunday.
No. 17. o.18.
8 :110amn .... Lv Newherry Ar.... 7 510pm
S 50:mi......... lelena......... 7 45pm
9 2:n i.... ......h)pells........7 09pm
1-ilam.......Ninety Six....... 6 43pm1
0 0ani....... Greenwoo ....... 620pm
'28:1 im........I It;(]d es f......... 5
S*I8am.......I. i>na ......... .-10pn
1 01:1m1.......Ifl i(;Ie P 1 11h....... 5 2.4pm1
1 20:ti . A........rIol V..... 5 10pn1
1 55am.....Ar Aiderson Lv..... 3 35pi
letweei Wallmlla. Anderson, Belton and
Gr1envilh. I ily except suitily.
Nf). 4. No. 13.
0 00am. v Walhalla Ar..... 8 00pm
. .* ..........Ar Sneen I...... 7 301111
8 -i0.n..... v Senee Ar ..... 7 1Upmn
10 03:nn.... Ar A nIlerstin Ar .... 5 415pm
10 :10.1111. ...Ar I11toII Lv...... 5 1 pm
I i u . .. Lv lieltoI A I...... 5 12pmi
11 02:un ... Ar Willianistoi L. ... 4 -15pm
11 W amn .........P(lzt.r. .... .... 4'I p
11. 2 pm ........ Piteiliont. .. ... .1 20pmi
12, 10p1 .... Ar Greenville Lv .... 3 10pm
ietwcen wli<dges :uul Ahlieville. Daily
No 11 Nol 15 W IEST1'i(UNfD No
1' mi i Il a mi p mi
3 :1:1 II 87. .Lv liE<bre Lv..
41 08 12 12 . Ar A bhleville Ar.,
No) 12 No 16 EASTIIOUND) No)
ai ml pm! p m pm I
It) 50 2 -15..Lv A hheville Lv..
11 25 3I 2(0.. Ar I iothLres Ar..
TIrainis lea1v( Sparht:Inh1urg. S. C., A. &S
im, (.57 p ml ( yest ibule<l limit ed); souith
(vest iIEmh-dE liunit edI); westsbotunI, W. N.
C. dIi IisioEn, 2. 50 E mn, for llen
IIersonllIe,. A-lhevilh-I lLt Springs, Knox.
ville anat 4~l ( rinnati.
Tr'ainus Ileav Greenv( t~ille, 5. C., A. & C.
lvisioin11 n toi bu<l, 2.14 a mn. 3.37 p m),
It.5 y mEl, (vIes i hule<d Ii m11t(e<I) ; southbIoundl
3. t0 a im, 5.341 p~ m, 1 2.3 p6 mII (vestibuled
'I'r:ains 1leave Senleen. S. C., A. & (2. dia
rision1, no(rthbloEtmd, 1.17 a m,. 1.47 p) m1;
4(ImtthbouiI, 7.584 a11m. 7.22 p~ m.
Tfra inis leauve Grteen wood, S. ( ., A ndets
PulhnI an Car Servine.--Train 1leavinii
ireenwoo WE(EI .:0 p li, carrties thlrougtIh ud
1100n Sleeper frainl SlE;artaIhhurg toI Savan
1.30 a tm. lletulrnling leave Savaihl 8 10
I mI, arrilve GrieenwoodU 10.05 a mn, taaking
EarEe11t ion with C. & (G dIiio. Putll-.
1I 59 -1 37....wings...5 54 41 30
.E1.\AIl( 1 ISI N, Supt., (olumbEia, S. C.
WV. A. '[1T1 K, Asst. Gen' lPass. A gent,
('hnarl.tle.I N. ('
W. II. t Iml1N,(J Gen'tuana.er. At
.1.\S. La. 'I'AY LOll, (Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
Attlue ta. Gah.
SI)a L I.\ AS, Tlruflie Manager, Atlanta,
TlYPEi -:-WRITER !
ilum will buyv thle O'DELL TYPE
WRITER with is 7 (ebaracters, an 11 $15
Jp.Eed, 1ase (if opera(ltion, wear1s longer
wait hbut cost ol repalIrs than any other malz
apral~.:tor.. It. is nelat, Sublstantial, iikel
(fEril trting L(Eike a1lE pitingde~ press.it
wV itag. Any inli genit person (Inn be
unle 1an operator inl two( dalys. W.e (Iffer
i1, 000 tol ay' opIerator w',ho (enn equal
hIe work oif the Double Ce'se O'Dell,
[Heliable alg!ets lad salesien wvantett,
speclial ndui((1icmets5 to dIelers, For
Iamhil iIet. gi vinig 1 ndor:;nmenlt, t., ad
Iress O'DELL TYPE WRLTER CO,,
358-364 Dlearborn St.,
lee10y1 CHICAGO, ILL.
nF~r.lormstlonl and free Handbook write tn
NN & 861 IlooAi,wAY, NE.W Yomr,
Oldcat bt ioi fr securlling ptet0 in Amerleni.
1~0y1nateui tikenl out by uir 13 rohught befora
t ho puGnlo by a nlotl icoie free ot charge tn the
Lar'ost (!rElat!ofl of any Mr at!f' e's In tia
wolr d. A lendl1 Iinttrauted. No itElIrent
1b0an1 abou d be0 wItlOItt It. Weeok1y 3.0 Ga