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-The a le of all the Banks land aggre
-111as tella Newbery is on a visit to
-Dr. B. Caenter, of Marietta, was
in ;t 1 t Tuesdy.
-Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lesley,
on the 14th inst., a son.
-Born,-to Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Beater,
on the 8th inst., a son.
-Miss Belle Higgins, of Easley, visited
friends in town last week.
-There will be preaching at Porter's
Chapel Sato)rday, the 19th inst., at 11 a. in.
B. 0. Buniy.
-There will be preaching in the Metho.
diet church next Bunday at 11 o'clock by
-Judge J. 8. Cntiran, Col. J. L. Orr
CUa lu a D"uisa5u &mt 4A"~?.UAV%M~.*
-Miss Tonie Miller, of Seneca, who ha
been on a visit to Mrs. J. D. Holder fot
several weeks, returned home last Satur
-Much smoke and little fire excited v
ni;mber of peepte in town last Saturday,
It came from a new ground cleared by W,
-The young people of the town (and 4
good many of the older ones as well) bad
a very enjoyable dance at the hotel las
-Von't forget the Democratic mast
meeting next Saturday. Show your ap.
preclation of good government by turning
out and lending a helping hand in this mat.
-Miss Sunie Ambler, o! Pickens, whos(
vivacity and graci won her many adinirere
during her stay in Edgetleid, has returned
to her mountain hone.-Edgetield Adver,
-Married,'March 10th, 1892, at the resi.
deuce of the bride's mother, near Loopers,
8. C.,W. 11. Bridges, of Marietta, 8. 0., tc
Miss M. k. Jones, Rlev. J. E. Foster, oflici
-The trustees of Liberty township will
meet at Five Forks on Friday, the 18tt
inst., for the puirpose of letting the con.
tract for building a school house.
W. T. O'D,LL, Ch'n.
-Married, on the 13th inst., at the resi
dence of the bride's father. Rev. 1). 1
road is built, we will supply many place
that canni be reached now.
-Treasurer Youngblood and Sherif
Richey were served with an njimection lasi
week by the Richnond & Danville rail
road, restraining them fron levying upor
any of the property of the colpain i01\
taxes, arid requiring them to show cause'it
the U. S.Circuit Court at Charleston on th<
first Meuday in April, why the increa-e
assessment of taxes should not be take
-Last Saturday as Mrs. L. C. Mitchen
was riding out with some of W. I. Ash
more's family in a one-hoearse' wnwm
His father was killed on the field of bai
tie In Virginia, the early part of the hat
war, and John with his thiree brothers an
two sisters were left orphans to begin th
battle of life.
His early education w~ obtained fro:
the country schools, assiet~ by his widowe
The eventful life o,f the deceased was,t
some extent, an illustration of the weak
ness of human natutre, over which shoul
be drawn the mantle of charity.
Hie was for a time connected editoriall
with the Pickens SaNTINEL, and was
writer and reporter of no sniall ability, an
commanded the adimiration of its reader
and the respect of his contemporaries.
lie was always fair to those who dhiffere
with him, but true to hise convictions c
right. Though quick to resent an injury
he was ever ready to forgive, and was al
ways generous and true to his friends.
e eaves many kindred and friends t
mourn his untimely death. H.
r'he funeral services were held Tuesda
at Liberty in the Presbytcrisn church b
Dr. J. R. Riley, and the body was interre
in the old Liberty Church burying ground
The Dirt Witi Soon Fly
AUGUSTA, Ga., March 14, 1892,
JULIUS E. Boocas, P'resident Pickens 11. Il
Pickens, 8. C.
As soon as the grip lets me go, I wil
come up and arrange to go to work at once
All mcy arranegemuents are completed.
[Signed J. HI. JIBKIALuTr:R.
This fine, general all purpose horse wil
-gat W. ..llgo<yd..arml near Piekensi
nexl 133O.rday, the' 19th 'Inst., andl ever
9th or 12th day after during tihe aseasois
Lovers of good stock should see this tyorst
I will also have at the same tinmes' ani
place, a fine thoroughbred jack. Termr
reasonable. J. T1. CArrRELL.
The Pickens Guards has a call meetin
on Wednesaday, March 23id, i892. Buwt
ness of extreme importance to be traensaci
ed. Every member is personally intereste
in the meeting. Done in conference an
by order of the company.
J. A. RonINsoN, 5cc. and Treas.
That fellow "C' at Liberty has agal
bobbed up, and is asalst,ng in advertisir
this cit on the ridge, ile has figure
about riht. Formerly tis place lhad te
inhabitants. It Is now making rapid stride
for 1,000. Many thanks.
Died, near this place last Wednesda)
the 9th inst., Mrs. Martha Vickery, wil
of Mr. Harrison Vickery, aged about thi:
tyears. She was burled fronm Flat Roc
Uurch on the day following.
Farmere are making splendid proress:
farming. Wheat ami oats are Jookini
splendid, and there will be a considerabi
a toharvest this year if no disaste
W. H. Perry was taken euddently Ill c
Sunday. At last accounts he iv sn
Oats, Mlarch 14, 189a.
"Dees your mother know you're out,
said a boy to his little brother. "s ah
does'' was the answer, "'for one bottlee
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has knocked mr
cold into a cocked lhat, you bet."
A few aupplications of Saivation Oil we
itustantly relieve stiffneess. in the neck
joints. 25 cents.
%a Cour o Gene.rI sesellons.
The grand jury returned the additional
true billss The State vs. Jas. T. Singleton,
for rape and assault with intent to commit w
rape; James C. Couch disposing of prep- te
erty under lien; Oscar Anthony and Mar- C
tha Simmons, fornication; H. M. Galloway g
and J. H1. Sanders, using blasphemous lan
guage at religious meeting; the State vs. c
Jasper Craig, no bill. c
The next and last case tried Tuesday
evening was the State vs. Oscar Anthony
and Martha Simmons for fornication.
P. Carey represented Oscar Anthony and
H. 4). Bowen represented Martha Simmons
The jury found them guilty.
The grand jury on Wednesday returned
the folfowing bills: The State vs. James
C. Couch as"ault and battery with intent
to kill, no bill; the State vs. Clint Lacey,
carrying concealed weapons, no bill; the
State vs. Mat McDaniel, carrying conceal- C
ed weapons, no bill; the State vs. Win.
Chapman, assault and battery with Intent
to kill and carrying concealed weapons, no
bill; the State vs. James 0. Bowen, two 6
cases, carrying concealed weapons, true i
bill, the State vs. Owen Green, assault and '
battery of a high ad aggravated nature
and carrying concealed weapons, true bill; 3
the State vs. J. H. Hughes, using blaspbe- 8
mous language at religious meeting true bill
the State vs. J. E. Howard, same charge, "
true bill; the State vs. Jackton Hendricks,
carrying concealed weapons, true bill; the
State vs. W. H. Addngton, perjury, no
Jackson Hendricks, plead guilty to car.
rying concealed weapons and was sentence
to pay a fine ot $25 or be confined in the
county jail for three months. He paid the
The first case tried Wenesday was the
case of the State vs. George Ariail, for
murder. H1. 0. Bowen reprosented the de
fendant and the verdict of the jury was
The next case was the State vs. Charlie
McKinney for murder. J. P. Carey iepre
sented the defe' dant and after the testimo
ny for the State was closed the Solicitor
stated that he could net ask for a verdict
of guilty and the Judge instructed the jury
to write a verdict of not guilty. The evi
dence for the State made out a clear case
of st-If defence.
The next eased was the State vs. Owen
Green for assault and battery of a high T
and aggravated nature and carrying con
cealed weapons. The defendant was call- %
ed and failed to answer. lie was tried in 9
his absence and convicted and a scaled seu
tence left for him.
The next case tried was the State vs. Eli
as Holloway for assault and battery with
intent to kill. H. 0. Bowen, represented t
the defendant. The verdict of the jury
was not guilty. a
The case of the State vs. Jas. T. Single.
ton, charged with rape and as
sault with intent to commit rape, was con
tinued on motion of the defendants lawyer e
J. P. Carey.
The cases of the State vs. J. 11. Hughes
and J. E. Howard for using blasphemous
language at a religious meeting was coutin
The first case tried Thursday morning I
was the State vs. James 0. Bowen. for cir- p
rying concealed weapons. The verdict of
the jury was guilty. There were two case
anti tie sentence was a fine of 625 in each
case oi be confined in the county jail three
J. P. Carey, attorney for the Davis'
k made a motion for a new trial in behalf of
John Davis, who was a son of M. 0. Dav.
is, on accoint of his age. The boy was
twenty years old. The motion was grant
ed. M. U. Davis the father was sentenced
I to be confined in the State penetentiary
for eiglht months at hard labor and to pay a
ine 6f $1.
Sam Edwards, convicted of assault and
battery with intent to kill, and carryineg
e, was aenteneced to be
ietenitiary at hard labor
ir pay a tine of $100.
is next called upon to
:rk read over the Intl et
c prisoner what lie had
ntence of death should
against him. The sen
3 said George Ariail be
ic place whence he last
*safely kept, until the
next, and that on that
the lace of execution
auu bIere naaged by the neck until his
.body~ be dead.
e Martha Simmons was sentenced to pay a
d fine of $1003. or be eLtined in jail for six
Oscar Anthony was sentenced to pay a
a tine of $200J or be cenfined in the peneten
. tiary for eight mionthis at hard labor. The
fine was poid.
At 12 o'clock Thursday the Court of
.General Sessions was adjourned, and the
jUourt of Commion Pleas opened,
V Only three jury cases were tried (luring
this court. '.1lie lhst, W. HI. Summiey vs.
Asam Patterson; a verdict for plaintiff for
8 5 acres of land.
W. T. Grifllin et al vs. J. T. Anthony,
action for slander; verdict for plaintiffs for
W. H. Anthony et al vs. John Roper,
action on account: verdict for defendant.
By order of the State Democratic Exc
Scutive Committee. All Democratic clubs
in~ Pickents county are hereby ordered to
LImeet at their usual place of meeting on the
-second Saturday in April next the 9th day
at 3 p. mn., for the purpose of reorganizing
the cluhs and electing delegates to County
Convention which is to meet at Pickens,
C. HI. on first Mondlay tha 2(1 of May next
to reorganize the party in the county to
.elect a new County Executive Committee
-and to elect six delegates tto tne State Con
vention wvhic.h meets in C2olumnbia on the
third Wednaesday in May next and transact
such other business as may be prFoper un
der the constitution.
I The representation of each subordinate
, club in the county convention shall be one
ydelegate for every twenty-five members
.und one dielegate for each majority fration
.thereof. Only such Democrat ic clubs as
:1 were in existence on the 18 of Atug. 1890
a shall be recognizedl. Presidents of loca:
clubs take due notice anti act accordlingly,
td WV. TI. O'Ds.rt, Chairman.
g A VALUJAILE P'RESENT.
A Year9s Sobscription to a. Popular A g
i ricultu rat Paper Given Free to
By a special arrangement with the pitb
lishers, we are prepared to furnish FItEE
to each of otir readers, a year's subscrip
tion to the popular monthly agrienltural
ni journal, thme American iFarmecr, published
Sat Sprinigfele and Cleveland, Ohio.
Tiofer is mtade to any of our stubscri
in bers who will pay up all arrearages on subl
s scrption andl one year in advance, and to
any new subscribers who will pay one year
' in adhvance. The American Farmer enjoys
C a large ntational circulation, andt ranks
-among thme leading agricultural papers. fly
k this arrangement it COSTS YOU NOTIlI
ING to receive the American Farmer for
ione year. it will be to your advantage to
call promptly. Sample copies can be seen
e at our ofice.
When a dollar man scorns a fifty cent
it man, what a pleasure it gives the fifty cent
* man to meet a two cent man and get even.
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTILEMENT.
''I hereby give notice that I will ap
e ply to J. B. hiewherry, Judge of Probate
f for Pickens county, 8. C., on the 9th (lay
y April, 1892, for leave to make a final
settlement of the estate of Alexander All
II good, deceased, and ask to be dismIssed
r as tExecutor. E. F. ALLGOD
We cannot excuse people for being cross
,hen they suffer from colds. They are of.
n too tuean to buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's
o;,h Syrup which would restore their
Importantl Salvation Oil the greatest
ire on earth for pain, is only twenty-five
An old physician, retired from practice
aving had placed in his hands by an East
idla missionary the formula of a sinple
egetable renedy for the speedy and per.
tanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
atarrh, Asthma, and all throat and Lung
ifections. also at positive and radical cure
)r Nervous Debility and all NervousCom.
laints, after having tested its wonderful
uirative powers in thousands of cases has
lt it his duty to make it known to his suf.
ring fellows. Actuate by this motiveand
desire to relieve human suffering, I will
,nd free of charge, to all who desire it,
ils recipe, in German, French or English,
rith full directions for preparing and us.
ig. Sent by mail by addressing with
amp, namning this paper. W. A. Noyes,
20 Power's Block, Iochester, N. Y.
WHY 1S THE
N. L. DOUCLAS
83 SHOE cENTM EN
fE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEYF
It Is a seamless shoe. with no tacks or wax thread
) hurt the feet. made of the beat one calf, at119h1
nd easy, and bemuse toe snake ioro shoe; o this
rade Cha anV oeMer manVefacturar. itequals eand
wed shoe. costing from $4.0 to $5.f0
* .aine o and-ewed, the finesteal
a shoe eer offered for #5.0u; equals French
nported shoes which cost from 9.6to z12.00,
001ad-S4ewed,Welt Shoe, olne calf.
14*0stylosh, comfortablo and durablo. The b,st
oe ever offered at this price; same grado as cus
Dm-rnade shoes Costing from $6.00 to t.0).
Md2 50 Jellce Shoe# Farers Iailroad Men
p and JetterCarriersalI wear them; finocalf.
amles% smooth Inside heavy three soles, exten.
ion edge. One pair wiil wear aiyear.
0 fine calf; no better shoe ever offered at
0 this price; one trial will convince those
rho want a shoe for comfort and service.
I 23 and 91.00 WVorkin M81n90 shoes
2. are very strong and durabe. Those who
ave given them a trial will wear no other make.
B*2.00 and 61.73 school shoes ar
~Jw worn by the boys everywhere; theysell
ther merits, as the increasing sales show.
6 *t*1.00 1and-n,ewed shoe best
nported shoes costing from1?iAto$6. .
Ladies' 2.30, 62.00 and 61.75 shoe for
tises are the best 'ine Dongola. stylish and durable,
~ ution.-Seo that WV. L. Douglas' name and
ce are stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
If- TAKE NO svnSTITUTE.-Ma
Inss on local adverlised dealers suplying you
W. I. DOUGLAS, s.ckten .ass. doby
F. B. MORGAN,
CENRTRAL, S. C.
Pcrhaps you think that's a flight of ar.
isti imginaion Itisn't. ThIe artist
'ih sfra ege,but heC dloesn't gi
int freouh hen youl split a thine
Stw it oes't awayhaipppcn that yoi
ill thIe center aind we arc not d!ividhing
mut profits iln the middle. On the cont rary
>ur dli vison is over~ whelmingly ini favor of
he purchasler. 'There's a good reasoni for
his unuisual proceeding. 'h le time for re
lucing our enormous stock of WVinte:
.lotr.ing has eomc iand big indulcemnenti
ave the way to big redutctions. IIere arn
ome prices which will show youl that tIn
natter of profits is not bothering us al
e30) Suits now $25
25 " " 20.
20 " " 15.
15 " " 12.
Overcoats at a very great sacrittee.
Underwear must be closed out.
Call and see the goodsa and hear th<
de176 reenville. S. C.
ilE STATlE 01F SOUITII CAROLINA,)
County oif P'ickenis.
By J. B. Newheriy, E.squiire, Probat
Whereas. J1. M. Stewarl, C. C. P
natc suit to me11, to grant hmi
let ters of adnmisl lilt ion of I le estatle oi
ind effects of J. 0. Smith, deceased
The::se are thlerefore to cite and ardmion
ish aull atid sieigitr the kinodredl and credi
~ors or' the satid J. 0. Smith (Ie
neasetd, thlat they be and appeiar biefor<
ne in the Court of Probatet, to be hel aI
Picikens I'. HI , S. C. on the 24th day o
liarch mnext, after puliention hereof
it 11 o'clock ini the forenmoon, to shov.
ause51, if any they hrave, why the said Ad
ninist rat ion shlouhd not he gratited.
Givent undter liy hand11 this 9th day e
l"eb ruary, Ann DomRiiin i. 1 89g.
tw J1. B. NEWVBElY, J. P. P. C.
Evecry Machaine has:
drop Icaf, fancy coser
tw*o large drawvers, with nickel rings, and fual
set of Attachments, equal to any Singer Ma
chine sold from $40 to $60 by Canvasscrn
Thlii1gh Arm Machine has a self-setting nec
dIe and self-threading shurttle. A trial in you
home before paymecnt is asked. hIuy direct
the MlanufactuIrer andl save agents' p)rofits be
sides gerling ceraincates. or wsarrantee for ivi
teats S,end for nmachinei with nanic of a busines
mani as refrenice and we will ship one at once
Co-Operative Sewinn Mach!no Co.,
369 S. I lbh St., Ii.i''del phila, Pas.
e,,.W1 F. P V ttE a t MEiT."E*
Consult your interest and Call on 3
E. KINCH, at Pickens, if you wani
th'j abhe machine.
HAVE YOU I
Your Note or Accc
W. M. HAGOOD & CO., Easley
Have you even been to see them ? Do you e
them? The New Year is here and some of you whc
grown handsome off of our substance have nevei
"Thankee" to us. How do you expect to keep up
you do better than this? If you can't pay, have the
and see us and make some kind of settlement. [
man to go to see you.
These remarks are not meant for all of our cust
science will tell you if it is meant for you. To thos
their best and proved themselves true friends,
our thanks. We will do business at the same old s
pared as well as ever to offer inducements for the I
good people. We will appreciate your trade for ano
best effort will be made to serve you properly.
HAGOOD, BRUCE 4
W. M. HAGOOD & CO., Easley.
PLENTY OF MATERIAL'l
The Greenville Fertilizer Company
Are provided and have on hand, already manufactured and being made,
Of our Fertilizere, to supply every agent and customer up to the last
day of the Season.
ir Prompt shipment and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Forwai d your order without delay.
THE GREENVILLE FERTILIZER COMPANY,
Gecenvillo, S. C. 0. P. MILLS, President.
MANSION HOUSE DRUG STORE.
Greenville, S. C.
Just Received. We Have No Old Seed.
A. MAN "oua . " * $450 H. J. llaynsworti- Lewis W- Parker.
L. EK. Childress.
HIS NE IGUH BOR AYNSWORTIl, PARKER &
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
jan28M4 PICKENS, S. C.
W4 1so WnahnlieC. JEFFRIES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 79 Law Rai,ge,
GREERVILLE, 9. C.
Practices in all the courts. Can give
very best references. Telephone No. 79.
M1. F. A.vssi, C. L. Ho-.ul-tworT,
$37L.00 Solicitor 8th Cirenit, Pickens, S. C.
3 .00Grun"v"lle,. "-C
ONLV $37NSEL & IIOLLINMSWORTIT,
FOR THE SAME PIANO. A
Neither one was worth a nickel over ATTORNEYS AN) COUNSELORS
$300. INSURE YOURSELP against AT LAW,
paying exhorbitant, prices by biving direct Il''K ENS C. IT., H. C.
from J. C. 0AIREYT, Giates. S. C., Practice in all the courts of the State,
Or J. L. IAYNIE & 3)AUGIITERS, and attention given to all business entrus
Greenville, S. C., ted to them. mh14.88tf
Who have but one price and that the -
lowert known. You can't pay them more '1,LL & WELDON,
than instruments are actually wort h. 'I'hiey
are not built that way. Write for latest 1)ENTISTS,
special offers. 122 Main Street. GREENVILLE, S. C.
Ga s given evr Thiiars4(Iny anid Friday,
and teeth extracted without pain.
!N TICE OF REMOVAL.
EnMiey, 17v ~ Dietal Rooms are now located In
Eli, rn. il p W. 1. 'Ieveland's new biindiig over. tle
Solicits yoir patronage. Will pay i for Savlng 1a1tik and Feltoni's Book Store.
S per Vent. intermsf on deposits fcr .J. W. NOR WOO), 1). 1). S.
periods of thr( inonths, and 5 per cent. W. M. Nouwoon, ). D. S.. Assistant.
for periods of six hmoitlhs, interest to ORFEENVILLE, S. C.
comience on first. of Iniith succeeding - ------_
date of deposits. R. J. P. CARl.ISLE,
.Deposits are payable on demanaid with- D
- out notice. DENTIST,
W. M. IIAOOD, President.
R. F. LElfl)RT, V. President. Offlee over Westnoreland Bros. & Duke's
W. C. SMIT'Fi, Cashier. Irng Store.
a1'1,89 G 8 GIEEN VILLE, . C
TIE ATLANTIC COAST LINE R R
- Rt. FRCANK hMiTH'l,
PASSENGER DEPARTMEN'I. EASLEY, S. C.
W7 th , 1 8 9 2 . C
Wilininagton, N.C,Fb.t Is now permanently located at Easley.
Fast Line between Charl ston and (0- and respect fully oilers his professional
tlumia and upper niouth arolina and services to the publie geecrally. 2jan90
Western North Carolina. i
CIONDKINeIr) ROBT. XIRKSEY
Going West. Goirp East. Has permanenly located in Pickens and
*No. 52. *No. 53. offers his profissional services to the cli
6 50 a.m .. Lv Charleston Ar..10 30 n.in zens of the town and conity. IIis diplo
8 3. ........Lanes....... 8 45p.i nas are from the College of Physiciaiis
9 43 .......Sunmter....... 7 25 and Surgeons, of laltionore, 1890, and
10 55 ...Ar Colubniia Lv... 6 00 fron Jolbs llopki:s, 1891. Was nine
5 37 p. i .... Winusborro. .... 4 20 ioitis in Nursing and Child's lhospital,
f 30.. .......Chester....... 3 28 11altimiore. 24dec91nG
7 08 ......Rock Hill.... . 2 43 p.in
80 . Charlotte, N. C... 1 50 C. FITZOERA L),
1 05 p.inArNewberry,SX.~v 1 p mn P Oe
3 06 .. ..Greenwood.....11 57 a mt
5 13 ......Anderson......10 On GREENVILI,, S. C.
5 31 ...Greenvil .......1) 25 Over Westniorcland 1ros', Drug Store.
4 00 ...A....Abalialla .... 8 (0 All work done by the instantaneous pro
4 0.9.... .. .....Aahur 12. 0 0 cess. Also make enlargenents from old
5 01 II dersonvile ,.N. C2 16 pictures to any size lin water colotN, cray
5 . . . Asheville . C. 9. On. 5 India ink, oil and plain plotogtaphs.
SCHOOL eNufto, $ANN
*Daily. f0iaily except Sunday. .L AND 4UUI 14U
Solidl traiins between Chrarleston and Co- - '
huambia, S C., andiu carry thlroaigh sleepers -FUftN lUI .
between Charles and( Ciacinaaaati. .settesorn.R.Depots
II. M. E MER SON, -ad PubtleBid'gs.
A's't Glen. Pass. A gent GATEg DEgK 00.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffie Manager. . enfNRL ,av,,.
J1. RI. Km~IY. Oen'l Manager.
ver expect to pay
have fattened and
said "Turkey" or
your credit unless
manhood to come
lon't wait for our
omers. Your con
e who have done
we sincerely offer
-and, and are pre
atronage of these
ther year, and our
Pickens, S. C.
Atlanta & Charlotte Air-Line
Schedule In effect Jai. 17, 1892.
Northbound. *No. 38. *No. 10. !*No. 12.
,v Atlanta. .. I 25pin 8 50pm 9 00am
Chamblee .. .......... 9 27pm 9 38ai
Norcross... . ..... ...9 3)pm, 9 52am
*Duluth..... ....... 9 51 pm 10 50am111
'muwance. .. ........ 10 031)m 110 16aIm
luford ..... ........ 10 17pm o10 18aml,
Flow'ry llr'h ........ 10 311pm10 40tm
Gainesville.. 2 59pm 51pm: I 03m)111
Lula....... ........ 11 181 11:I 33pi
Bellto .... .........11 21pn i 37pni
Cornelia. ...........11 45pmi 12 t1pn
Mount Airy ........ 11 50pm 12 11pm
Tocoa . .... ........ 12 20aml 112 41 pi
Westminster ........ 12 58am, 1 22pm
8eca...... ........ 1 17am I 47pm
Central.............. I 50amli 2 :5)ml
Easley'R .... ........ 2 1 8am :1 espm
Greenville.. 6 05pm 2 44um, 3 47pm
(reer's...... ........ 3 1-ani 4 07pm
Welford .... ...... 3 33am 1 4 25pm
Sparlanburg. 6 57pin 3 54un .1 5opm
Clifton...... ... . 4 132m; 5 08pn
.' Cowpen's... .... 4 18am 5 12pm
a Gffnitey's ... .... 4 40am 5 :191p11
"laeksburg.. ........ 5 01ami 6 010pm
Grover . . ........ 5 11am 6 111)11
King's Mt'n. ........5 8am 6 30pmi
Gastonlia.... .......... 5 54am 6 58pm
Lowell........... 6 07ati 7 12pm
"lellemont ..........6 14am 7 24pin
Ar Charlotte.. 9 10pm 0 40am 7 50pni
Southbound. 1No. 3. No. 11. *No. 9.
Lv Charlotte.. 9 45am I 5pm, 2 20am
'' Bellemont-... -... 2 12pm: 2 42am
" Lowell..... .........2 22pmi 252am
"6 Gastonia-.-.---.---.-.2 35pm 3 04am
"6 King's Mt'n..... 3 00pm 3 27an;
" Grover.-..-.-.-.....3 16pm 3: 43m
" lancksburg--.-.-.....3 26pm 3i 5:1an1
'' Gatiney's---..........45pm 41-i
"Cowpens-..-.-..-.-.....-4 10pm 4 42an
"6 Clifton -- .... .--4 l3pm 4 4.5at
"d Spartanhiurg 11 43am 4 27pm 5 0.Jan
"6 Welford----.........4 50pm 5 23an
"(Greer's....-. ......... 509pmj 5 42an
"Greenville. . 12 ;;t6pm 5 24pm I6 10an
"6 Easley's ....-.... ....6 07pm 0 38am11
"Central. .... ..........6 55pmn 7 310am
"Senca.-.. ........ .;7 22pm~ 7 .57am
"V Westminlster ... .....7 41pm11 8 1.5am2
"lTocco0h... ... .. .....,..8 19p)m 8 .52am
"6 Mount Airy. .... ....8 48.pmi 9 18amw
"Cornella... ...........8 .52pm 9 23amri
"JHelltonl..... ... ......9 1 6pm 9 45m
"1Lu1a-----... .........9 18pm 9) 47amz
"(Gainlesville. . 3 41pm11; 9 42pm 10 12am
" F1ow'ry r'h . ... .... 10 00pm1 '10 32am)
"......r........ .........10 17pmn 10 45mm
"Sniwance.. ...... .....10 33pm 10 58aim
"Duluth.. ... . .... ....10 45pm) 11 15am
"Noreros. .. .....10 56;pmn 11 28amn
"ChamlIee .......11 O8pm 11 431am
Ar Atlanta... . 5 05pm~ 11 4.5pmu 1220pm
Additionail train*s Nos8. 17 and 18--Lula
leaves Atlanita~ 5:30 p. ml., arriv- s LulIa
8:12 p. mi. Rlirniig, leaves Lula 6:00 a.
mn., arrives Atlanta 8:5(0 ia. m.
lietwveen Lutla and2( Athlens-.No. 11 dal
ly, eIxcept Sund~ay, aind No. 9 dai11ly, leave~~(
Lula12 8:30 p. m1., and2( 11:40 a. mn., arrive at
Ath2ens 10:15 pl. im. and 12:20 p. m. ite.
t urning, leave Athlen.s, No. 10 dil y Ceet
S12uday, and1( No. 12 da*i ly, 6:2(1 p. m1. and)1
6:45 ai. m1., arrive Lula 8:05 p mi. and 8:30
lietwern Torenca anld Elberton--No. 61
dail y except Snwhiy, leave TIoccoil 1:0(0 p.
mi., art':ve Elberton 4:40 p). 11. lI turn-.
ing, No. (0dly1I, (ex(cpt Sunday. Ilea*ve
Elbertont 5:00( a. m.i, arrive To1on~~i 8:310 a.m21.
Nos. 9 aind 10 carry P'ulnn )0 Sleepers
het ween) Atlaita and1)1 New York.
Nos6. 37 and( :38-- WasMhinIgton and11 SouthI.
western Vest ibled 1 Li mi ted, bet ween) At
ata and0*121 Walshinigton,. O n I his I rin n1 1
extr farlite is (1ha1rged. Thr oue-h Pulhuan22212
sleepier het ween1 New York anld New or.
Ieanis, atlso het we(en Wa1shin2gton2 and Memi.
phIis,v ia At lanta and11 Iiirnd ghuami.
F"or deta1( ie ifornion as2 1 to leat and1(
thrnoughl time1( tablleR, rates and1( Pulhna111
Sleeping-car reserva~:tionls, confer with lo
caI a1gen*ts1. or add(1re.ss
,JAS. Li. T1AYLOlt, GJen'I Pa2ss. A gent,
At lanlta, (Ga.
Chlnotte, N. C.
C. 1P. 11AM MMON D, Supt., Aitanta1. (Ga
W. 11. OlIEEN, Glen'1 Manaiger, Atlan
HOL IIAAS, Trafice Manager, Atlanta,
Barber Shop 1
Anid Bath IRooms.
In rear of Man1sion1 louse,
GIEENV1ILE, S C
An easy abiave gu*aranteed1. 1Hair nteatti
andl tas5tefully3 cuit. Mbamlpooinlg anld hami
dlyeIing. IRazor shlarpening a spec(ialty
Ii air tonies for crlerd tatng dand1(rulff am1
irritattionl of the scalp) for sal1e.
Iliekey's Magic Ilairalinec always oI
1hand( and1( for sale.
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
Your patronago 1is respectfuIlly solicited
Thle ralh-ond has not y'et conme to Pielr
ens, but Pickens is nlow in speaking dii
lance of the railtoad.
If you ate in EaTsley or Plckens, an
wvish to talk to anlyone In thle other towr
just step to the "ph1one1" and call! the oin
Telegrams promptly tralnmitted1 an
All mfCaesae for Pickenis alnd viclnit,
PIl(fnNS 'rLEPIOtnv. C-n
Condensed Schedule Jan. 81st, 1891.
Trains rnm on 75th meridian time.
Between Columbia and Greenville via Al
ston, Newberry and Laurens.
Daily except Sunday.
No 01 No 15 STATIONS. No 16 No 60
am am pm pm
. 11 10..LvColumbiaAr.. 800
. 12 05... ..Alston...... 8 00
800 105. ....Newberry..... 157 8 00
908 3 00.....Goldville......11 54 6445
980 8 20.....Clinton.......1186 620
1015 850 ... Laurens......11 06 580
11 10 4 19.... Gray Court. ...10 42 419
1150 4 87. . .Fountain Inn...10 25 820
12 13 4 50 ...Simpsonville... 10 14 1 58
1237 501...3aul(in.....1002 285
12 33 5 35. Ar Greenville Lv.. 9 30 2 60
Between Columbia, Alston and Spartan
No. 13 No. 14
11 10am.... Lv Columbia Ar..... 8 50pm
12 05pm.........Alston......... 2 55pn
12 52pni.........Carlisle ........ 2 2pm
1 04pn .........Santue......... 1 52pin
I 14pin.........Union......... 1 151pm1
2 05pm........ Pacolet ........12 61pn
2 45pm.. .Ar Spartanburg Lv... 12 05pn
Between Lolunhia and Greenville, via.
Belton. Diaily elcept Sunday.
No. 1 1. No. 12.
11 10am. ....... Columbia........ 3 50pM
12 05pm.........Alston....... .8 Oopm
12 25pim........ Pomnarin ........ 2 40pm
12 45pn.......Prosperity... ... .. 2 17pmn
1 05pm. .....Newberry........ 1 57pam
1 10pm......... Helena......... I 52pm
2 02pn........Chappells ......1 7pn
2 45pi.......Ninety Six.......12 40pm
806pm...... Greenwood...... 11 57am
3 8)m ........ Iodges.........11 32am
3 48pm..... ...onald's. ......... 11 10am
4 M11pm...... nca Path ......10 516am
4 20pm. ........Belton .........10 3aim
4 45miin . Williaiston..u.....10 16am
4 52pmi....... ..Pelzer.........10 01jan
5 07pm.......Piedmont........1) 55am
5 45pm. ... Ar Greenville Lv.... 9 1un
Betwen Newberry and Anderson.
Daily except Sunday.
No. 17. No. 18.
8 30an. ... Lv Newberry Ar.... 7 50pin
8 50am......... H elena......... 7 4 pm
9 23am... . . hppell........ 7 09pnm
9 45am.......Ninety Six.. .....6 43pmn
10 05an.......Greenwood....... 6 20pn
10 28am........ IHodges......... 5 Opn
10 48am........ Donald's.... .... 5 40pm
11 Olam.......Ion en Pat h....... 5 28pn
11 20an......Ar Belton Lv.. .... 5 10pm
11 55ai.....Ar Anderson Lv..... 8 35pm
Between Walhalla, Andlerson, Belton and
Greenville. Daily except Sunday.
No. 14. No. 13.
9 00an.Lv Wa1lhalli A r. 8 00pin
..........Ar Seneca Lv. 7 30pm
8 5am .....Lv Seneca Ar .... 7 15pm
10 03ain .... Ar A nderson Ar.. .. 5 45pin
10 30am......Ar Belton Lv...... 5 15pim
11 40am......Lv l1elton Ar...... 5 12pm
11 02am.. .Ar Williamston Lv. . . 4 4.5pim
11 10am .........Pelzer......... 4 16pm
11 27pm........Piedmont ...... 4 20pm
12 10pm... .Ar Greenville Lv.... 3 40pm
etwen Ilodges and Abbeville. Daily
No 11 No 15 WESTBOUND) No
pm am11 am)1 pm
3 33 11:37. .LTv Ilodges' Lv...
4 08 12 12 .Ar Abbeville Ar..
pNo 12 No 16 EASTBIOUND No
am pmpm m
If0 .50 2 415. .Lv A bbeville Lsv.. ~
11 25 3i 20.. .Ar Hodges Ar...
Trrainus leave Spartnblur. 8. C., A. &
C. diIvision, northbound, 3.54 a m, 4.50 p
mn, 0.517 p mn (vestihuiled limit ed); south
bounid, 5.00 a1 yr, 4.27 p m, 11.4:3 a mn,
(vest ibu;ed lhmited); westbound, WV. N.
C. dlivision, 2.50 p mn, for lHen-.
derson ville. Asheville Iltot Springs, Knox..
ville and1( Cincinnati.
Trains leave G1reenville, S. C., A. & C.
division, northblound, 2.441 a m. 8.37 p mn,
6.05 p m, (vestibuled limT)ited1); southbound
6.10 a mi, 5.34 p m1, 12.30 p m (vestibuled
T1ralins leave Sence, S. C., A. & U. di..
vision, northliumnd, 1.17 a mn, 1.47 p m
s(lloutound, 7.5i8 a mn. 7.22 p mn.
Trains leave Greenwood, S. C., Ander
son. 8. C., and Laurenis, S. C., for Augus
ta, (Ga, antd pioints sonth.
P~ullan Car Service. -Train leaving
Greenitwoo 6(l.30) p in, ca rri es thlrough Pull
man11 Sleeper from Spart anhurg to Savan
naha, Ga.. via. Auguistac, arri vi ag Savannah
6.0 a; m i. lift urn Iing leav~e Savannah 8 10)
p m,. arrive Green wooll 10.05 a in, maokinlu
connect ion with ('. & G dlivisioni. Pucll".
11 50 4 17..Owigs...5 54 4 80
man11 palaec slepin iica'r onl trains 9, 10,
37 andf 38 on A. & C. d'vision.
J1. A D)Ol)SON, Supt. , Columbia, S. U.
WV. A. T UlIK, Asst. Geu'l Pass. Agent,
Chlout te, N. ( .
WV. HI. OlmEN. Ge' Manager, At..
SOLA lAAS, Trafile Manager, Atlanta,
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$1,000 to any operator who can equal
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