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--Pickens county Is solid on a magnif
cent coin crop.
-Irvin Miller has a lune field of nev
ground corn on Wolf Creek.
-Last Saturday was a busy day at a
the trading points in the county.
-Corn has been gathered and the annue
"husking bees" are now in order.
-Blind Ton, the jet black musical won
der, played in Greenville last Tuesda
-The prize loaf of bread was mad
f rom the "Ubellsk" flour, sold by Lewis 4
-JThere was a good display of fine stocl
and nice now buggies at Cross Plains las
-Miss Mary Allgood has been quite i1
for' the past three weeks with a fever. Sh
is some better today.
-There are more new buggies and wag
ons on the roa(18 of Pickeus county tha;
ever before, and they are all paid for.
-On Thursday, the 22d Inst., Mics M
J. Henoricks was married to Mr. John J
Jamison, B. D. Garvin, 1'. J., officiating
-The dwelling house of 'Wesley Griffin
with all of its contents. was destroyed b
fire on the 22d inst. The fire was acciden
--Miss Martha Smith, of the Liberty sec
tion, has purchased a part of the Kini
land near Central, and will move to it thi
-Mr. Thos. 11. Smith, of Greenville
ina'de a business trip to Libe-ty last week
He reporjj Mrs. Smith much imjpr(oved ii
-In some sections of the county nearl
all of the cotton crop has ben gathered
The planters report about two-thirds of
-Prof. Leverrett M. Loomis has ou
thanks for a copy of his paper giving a his
tory of the birds of Ciesar's 1ead and vi
-Mrs. Thos. R. Price is not recruitinj
as fast as she was a few days ago. He
health has been very bad for the past fiv
- At the residence of the ofileinting min
ister, Rev. S. A. Gary, ont last SabbatLh
Mr. Samuiel Satterfield was mnarrie:J to Mis
-Norris Hamilton, colored, died in Lit
-erty last Sunday mornitig. lie had heei
-sick about a year. The town paid the ex
pense of the burial.
-The complaint which the grand jur
Of this county made against the Richnion(
4 Danville railroad, has been tiled with th
-The telephone is proving to be as grea
a convenience to the country people as t
those who live in town. it will be tl
mamie with a railroad.
-Most of the Pickens county farmer
!have been takiug their cotton to market a
:ast as ginned. The fall in the price ha
'checked the movement somewhat.
--Any of our patrons who hold claim
againSt tlIC county,can have them collecte
1free (f .charge as soon as they are payable
"by -sending us a postal card to that effect
-The County Alli-nce meets here nex
V Friday, aid there will be a big picnic atn
lablic sp-aking at 1Holly Springs on Satui
4ay. Everybody is invited to participati
-The SENi-iNEL. publishes cacth wee
mote t-ickcens county tnews than any oth<
paperdin the -State, and more Southt Car<
.ia -news -than anmy other paper in th1
. -3Messrs. Dave Tay-lor and John Lavi
son, of Slahtown, passedi through tow
last Sunday otn their waLy immite front Nort
f(arolina, whtere they- had bieen on a bus
-On last Sunday, the 25th inst., at tl1
residence of thle tmot her oif the bide, ner
Rice's, fdir. Dean Singleton was married
3 11ss Uaggie Farr, 11ev WV. C. Seabot
-There arc nmatny new dwelings an
-other -valuable improvemtents going up a
the Saluda side of thte county. Thew Lan
Agencys has a valuable farm in that sectic
Ao.aell Ont easy termis.
-The burning of a small outhouse nier
''8quire Goss-ett's residlence in Easley' Ia
31onday afternoon, cauised quite a ihnan
:amtong the citizens. Everybody dreads ti
cry of fire thiese dry timeus.
-Mr. 0. Rtiley Burgess (lied at htis hoir
it Dacutsville towniship on the 23td inst.,1
the nge of eighty yeairs. He suffTered for
long timei with a cantt-erous tumitor ont h
neck. His r-maints were buried last Saitu
day at Peter's Creek.
--Some esteemed friend, "Makers
fancy buggies and c'arriages," sentd tihe
"'At hlomeo" card to this ollice. it is ne~
andc well g~ottent up), but it is noct necar til
newspapjer advt LLisinug for sellinug vehiel
and other r-ollintg stock. See?
-:.-Mr. Thtos. Obailds, ant aged and r-espc
ed citizen, (lied at his hb,oem int Greetnvil
coutnty, ont thme 22di inst. lHe wats a ci,
sistent mtenmer of balemt Met hodist clhur
for many yearms lie wi.s nat unche of M
Thos. J. Childs of thi mounty.
-D)epuity Ma rshtals J1enin tgs and lBoat
left for CIth'eson la.st Tuesta a-;enin
in chargnie of Je~sse anih mi dIiemtrj l1;an k
- JUite.h r-'tates p,rsinters, wh hi Iave beet ti
deted broughIt hefore the coutrt. to r-c-eli
sentenee for violationt of the tcvenute laiw
-The Easley friendrs of thte SENTINt
<catn find out the attount of theoir accoun
by asking this ollce Ibthght thte telephloni
_________. It is talkitng nice now~ tall the timte. Ani
Saccount due this tlice can b)e pa.'id at ti
astey fank anmd a piroper receipt will I
s,eint limt: rwail.
-TransfiWanla is rushing her prodti
.acrossa the 'Blue IRidge ito P'icketns att
Atnderson countties. ThIe dlistinlguished( It
steer of the Frentchl Broad htathi orsaki
-the plowv and tnighitly rebtethI his wvea
-imbs and chieweth hiIis cttd tiy thew chteet
.lghtt of the canmp-Iihe.
---Mr. WV. J. Gillespie b,roughlt to
SENnTNELt olhlee last Friday, a beet gro(i'
in his gardent weightitng (ight pounthds ai
nmeasurrtng eighteen intchtes itn cirtettmit
once and tnitneteen atnd a half in letngth.
far as our recollection goes, this is thte lar
est beet.over grown itn the State.
Alexander, Latheit & Co. ,cotton b)rok(
of. New York, have otnr thtanks for a hart
somec volume oif their t-epotrts oif the mmr
mnents and Ihactutalions of the cotton mn,
ket for thet yeat-s 1881) to 1891 inacluash
This work -houtld be itt thte hatds of
persons intercstcd itn the marks:t.
--Ott last Sunday at the residence oft
fathecr of the ht-ide, Mr. Israel Merck,
Hurricane township, Mr. Johni L. D)ilhi
was itarriedl to Miss Etta Metrck, liev.
D. Wilsont oileitatinig. Oni the sameit d
at the residenace of iter. .J. Chapman, A
Itobiert Cater w~as atarried! to Miss L
Dodgetns by thte same iniist,er.
-Jim Sales, colored, whmo runs otn an
& D. freight bet,weeni Central aind Ch
lotte, htas beetn having much troutble
keep out of his wife's way. Sheo had hi
arrested several timtes ini this countty for
leged abtuse, but alwaya made, up the cat
whett thtey sre called for trial. Latst w(
sheo pur,suted him to Charlotte antd had ht
haked up there, and got hIm off by telli
tb potiice heo was not the man she was
ter. Mrs. RaWn nuglht to ha ant aido.
-Miss Neta Ambler is visiting friend
in Augusta, Ga.
-Read the new ad. of Harris % Morrie
They mean business.
-Several citizens of ILiberty will take Ii
- the Exposition at Atlanta.
r -Mr. Amos Sutherland, of Punpkin
town, is very ill at his father's.
I -Mr. Walker, of Cornelia, Ga.
Is viOtiug Mr. J. S. O'Dell, of Liberty.
I -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lathem, of Farr's
visited Mrs. Latheni's parents last Tuesdaj
- -Mr. D. A. Ledbetter and Miss Anni
y Brown, of Anderson, were married tii
3 -The postmaster at Pickens says it wa
a his mistake that the SUNTINEi. did not react
Dalton last week.
c -Maj. J. 11. Ambler has gone to Atlan
t ta, and will spend several days there view
ing the exposition.
I -The Messrs. Keith Bros , have enlarg
3 ed their store near Table Mountain by ar1
addition 16x30 feet.
-There is certainly a fine crop of cottor
I comparatively speakiig, in the Cedar Rocli
and Cross Plains sect ions.
-The cotto ih: wi struck by the hai
near Liberty %s \l . is not opening vera
well. and a h pt: cent. of it will bi
-Mr. F. M. Moris alls placed a rev
fifteen horse power engine in the gin on ti
Easley road and will now be able to gia
cotton as fast as it is brought in.
- -Messrs. Wyatt & Lathen are selling
s out their stock of goods at cost. Mr. La
them is going to turn his attention to'farm.
ing, and Mr. Wyatt is gaing into the gro.
-Mr. and !T!' % lsi' n Black, olf An.
dersin conni . ' th' .I i .ily of Mr.
F. 3M. Morris I s ir. Hack thiijnk
of buying a f:ii.. . iiekens and making
his home here.
-"Business is business," said the Dutch
man. If you owe us a little or big bill,
please come in aid see about it before the
roads feeze pl). Yovrs for nionev.
Lawis & 3MoinUs.
-Those whi are thinking of going West
this fall, shiuld wait um2il those who went
out ia year or two Io get back this
winter and report. Peli.ps they may con
clude to stay where they are.
---Dir. Jesse J. Morgan, of Daeusville. h
onO of the mlost pronisiig youIng mien of
the Saluda side and I s inany friends ar
idways glad to hear of his being promoted.
- The name of the daughter has not been
-Mr. D. J. Tucker and Miss Ida R
Wellborn were married on the 21st inst., al
Slite residence of lie bride's barents neat
I Willianston. by Itev. It. W. Hurts, assist.
ed by Revs. D. Weston Ilott and S. Lan.
(Ier, D. ).
t -J. C. Fitzgerald, photographer, ol
> Greenvillt, has made for I'aptaiin James A.
Griflin, one-fourth life size crayon portraitf
of his two brothers. Capt. It. Y. It. and J.
C. Grillin. The pictures are true to life,
8 and are the finest we have seen.
s -lion. E. It. Bates is buibling a new%
dwelling about a Iluarter of a mile north o)
his present residence. Two hundred yard.
s east of this on the Greenville riad Mr
John Roper has the lumber in place for :
neat dwelling to be erected on his ree-!
t -Mr. J. IF. Bureklalter, of Aug:
I Gn., who iade tie proposition to built '
Pickens and Easley Railroad, will be l%
onl the 2d of Noveinber, (salday,) to clus
k the contract for bjuiltin g the road,. if th
r $MO,000 is voted, which will be done a
.sure us the day arrivyes for voting it.
e --Mir. Thiomas .Jameson anud Mr. T. J
Cisson are' puttinig upl neiw dweVllinias 01
the'ir v'lah'be farms, in the Cedari floci
asectioni, anid there are sonme st rong inienc
h tions of a new dweliling g(inlg tip on1 th
fertile farm of Mr. B. L. Williams. Le
te good( work go on. It is a mnagni ficen
advertisenient of the resources of thi
0i Ada ni Forepauigh Shaow C'oniihtg In ali
n their Glory.
Its very name and'. title hais oftet: befor
beliC,'a(t i?uaratlee of exstra odif naiimgni
tud(e antd mteritIs, and1( itSlii'fest claim hs
aliways bteen thatt it nevert' fails to pet forn
all promtises. Ad~ami Fo\re'paugh show
miamntin their chtimis and advertise mior'
now than ever be'fore. Its paradie on Wed
r iiesday, the 4th November, in the fore
t nooni, is promised to lie something unipreee
y' dIeted' in its weitalh of pageantry. It
e route will have to be carefully selected s8
that none of the tewering tableau cars anc
chariots will collide with the electric wire
eoverhlead in the streets. It will be an
a oucdin ample tie nal ewspapers
As an eliaborate mentu in a large hotel i
provided to) appease every appletite, so )
r thle progratm of a visit to Adami Forepaugl1
shows-with the impilortanit excep)tioin o
if the dh' sire for peanntsit , lemioinade, etc., a
r noithiing wh:l - .in be bought upon02 ti
it seiats or '. . .. -. rent circus auditorium
o This uis .4 -' 'e news to thoe wi
s5 have 1hec . a .- o pion by peddlers il
former yi& . ..it in ot''er shows. Iti
c'laiimed that oily oneC obijetion can bi
madeol to these shiows, aind that, is that thier,
eis a ver itabile embi arias-smnent of richles.
( ne can hardlyv see all of the tremiendoiu
(coll'ctio of)2 miinils141 and the sixty nin
separatie Iperfirniteiis upion the icirens' pro
gr'ami-i ne i nghit as wel'l e xpec'(t to exshaus
k Lhe hote! mo-nn. Lier;. thinei' is said ti bi
Sof the hiigheost cie. whh ti 'Ihe' i'stabilish
iiiiment is a gilt -ed ged( ailbuiir hr oiighout
r. Compulsors i- aie. iisand 1.ohiteniess upoi1
s. seriving o,f - l : i h cioupion t ic'kets, iiak
the shiowa *t yV'Pl'iin ini te iiattt'r o
.comifo rt andtc en'ri aininent iln Lentedi exli
Tou be( ini G reen'ville,. S. C., ont Wednes1
d (ay, the 4th day of Novemibe'r. Go an.i
see thle anint ht shows
('hilidreut'n E4ay ati 3Younit ('armel.
s Lanst,~i 'aihi wais a deligh t ful ociC(4oI
it at Miounit (Carmelh. Th'le flourishiing Sal
v ath School ait uthLiis place is suitjtendeitill
-nt y N. K. Siiiiih. Elyi') in the dlay a lairg
Ciitcrod gaitheiredI lit the' churchl andi tie ixem
nii e'ises wer'ie initroducedii wit in ilginog led hi:
l'rif'. .1. TI. C'hiuldress, wiith thte highly ac.
ic'migi heid iisusiin. Mdiss liebeccaI tlun
"Stewairt 1)po'chd a1 mo(st apipriopriaite 4se
it mon( fromi the' wortds "'I n ill lake hieed .
'-imy waiys, tha:t I sin not ithl my tongiue.
30 Afteor a shorltt. talik by an24othier one1 of thI
g- in vite'd speakters. th;ere was an initermiissiot
of one hour, during whichl a miost elegar
r more. Tihe exercises wvere intersperse
e. with the tiest of music throughout, ani
dll were greatly enjoyed4 biy Ithe o'hiiaren. li
'lhtrch wits tastefully decorated with
bieauitil initeriminglitng of wild and dtomi
heo tic flowers set. In wre'athts of evi'rgreei
of Tlhe polit ical namtei of Mount Carmeiil
rd C'ross Phl as. It, has a neat and sutistati
d-' biildig on one . f thle most, beatiful ar
47' conivenienit sites in the county. It is su
Ir rountdedl by a grove of stalely oaks, at
itu there is a hold and sparkling p~rinig tnear b;
Itates 'to Gata Week.
r- For above occasion the icihi.t
to D)aavillte Italroad will sell round tip j i
nii ets to Cinirleston, S. C., oin Oclobh"'i:
si. to 31st 1891, and return, at isat.2
es one cent per muile traveled. Tickets (on H
ek from all poitnts ini Soitth Carolina and Pii
im viule atnd Charlotte October 25tha to 3(it
nig inclusive, limited to November 2d, 1891.
If- . A. Tunx, A. 0. P). A.
Chatrlotte. N. C.. October 2Sd.. 1891.
-Cotton Is 7j.
-Maud, the six year old daughter o
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Palmer is very sick.
-Mr. Jerre Looper has rented the Am
bier house where Mr. Jennings lives, foj
-Rev. H. At. Allen has rented the J. F.
Stewart house and will move his family tc
-Rev. J. F. Jacobs, of Clinton, preach.
ed two interesting sermons in the Presbyte,
rian church last Sabbath.
-M Joab Mauldin's saw mill was burn
ed down last Tuesday n,ght. The origin
of the fire unknown. Loss $500.
At the contest for the best loaf of bread
made with Sugar Coated Yeast, on katur
day, the 24th inst., Mrs. J. L. Thornley
was awarded the prize of $5.00. There
were seven loaves presented, and all were
of excellent quality.
Mrs. J. M. Stewart,
" H. A. Richey,
H. B. Hendricks,
Sugar Coated Yeast is now for sale by
Nine Forks Itemse.
We bad some fine music here on the 18th
inst. The class meets every Sunday after.
noon. Messrs. J. T. and Mt. 0. Looper
were present and joined in the singing.
General Frost I is paid us several visits,
but was too late to do much damage.
Our cotton crop is not near so good as
last year. Corn is as good as could be wish
ed. Our fariners say they will go in for
more hog to go with the honiny next year.
The County Alliance will meet at Pick
ens on Friday, the .ath inst., at 10 o'clock,
a. it., to i i, h 1 lie business of the regu
lar Tilrt r!v .. '. The same delegates
wii', .i t,i i hur sub-Alliances.
W. T. i i)EIL, Pres., P. C. F. A.
c state market was never so ac
tivi i-m county as now If you want
to tw up a bargain in land, you should
subscribe for the Sentinel and watch up
the advertisements. Something like the
Land Ageic) has been greatly needed in
this coutity. It has been selling and buy
ing some good bargains for its customers,
and if you wish to sell or buy, send in
your iame aid a description of what you
have to sell, or of what you wish to buy.
The Ageicy will be more than apt to find
sole one to trade with ) ou.
The gay young bicyclist is in his bed,
Not for hint is the spring sun shining,
He has been flung anu is sore in body and
But Salvation Oil will make him smiling.
I've got it at last," said the fellow who
found his cough subdued by Dr. Bull's
A public meeting will be held at Holly
Springs on Saturday, October 30th. The
following speakers have promised to be
present: lion. C. 11. Carpenter, W. A.
Hamilton, J. T. Looper, J. 11. Miller, as.
sistaat county lecturer, aid Col. D. K.
Norris. The Eastatoe and Pumpkintown
Alliances are lavited to unite. Ditner to
he hadtl on the ground. A private meeting
in the mornig. 0. W. SINo.EoN,
-.er, 6. C., Oct. 19. Co. Lect'r.
Notice to Trespassers.
der6ons are hereby notitled not t(
- on any of my lands situate in Cen
-i ;ownship on Twelve Mile river, eithe
-tay hunting, fishing or traveling over thel
s samue. Persons disregardling this notice wvil
tbe dealt with accordinag to law.
290.ct Wmn. Hunter.
The healthy growth of the baby is de
t Pendent upon its freedom the perniciou:
effects of opiumi. Drm. Bull's Baby Syru:
is the best remedy knowna for the
dliseases of early childhood.
For children the best, remedyv for catarri
or etnuza is Old Saul's C'atarrh Cure.
S. J. Johnison, contractor and builder.
Work done on shoirt nlotice, anid satisfac.
- tioin guaranteed. Address Piedmiont, S. C.
DoIu you want a ncw stove? Tinware of
any kind, made from the best material, or
somie of the biest and cheapest Jeanis cvei
olTeredl in Pickeins county? If so, go te
-Lewis & Morris', the p)opl)ar corner store.
An 01(d p)hysiciani, relired fronm practice
having lhadt placedl in his hands b)y an East
India imissionry the fornmla of a simpk
vegetable remedy for the speecdy andc per
manent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrhi, Asthma, and all throat and Luing
Affections, also a positive and radical curt
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Comn.
plaints, after having tested its wonderful
curiative po)wers in thiouands( of cases has
felt it, hi., duty to make it known to his suf
fering fellowvs. Actuate b)y this motive and
a desire to relieve huimani suffering, I wil
seiid free ofhare to all who (desire it.
this recipe. in Giermuan, French or English
with [full (directionis for p1reparing~ and us
ing. Sent by mail by addressing with
stanri, naminig this paper. W. A. Noyes.
820 Power's Bllock, Rochester, N. Y.
.1J. WV. Yates,. Tullahomna, Tenn., writes:
- "1 "-.u..a.i,..ood to pratise Botanic Blood
etm.a i ni mc. of Ian obases~s on thid
hon.e, :cn' Ina that tro)ubledl mie tw(
. yers ml tht on r remnedies failed to bena.
- H- IILELOWA Y'S
Bar; ber Shop ~
of 31~atasioni louise,
I ~ GREE~NVILL~E, B' O.
A a easy shave guaranteed. Hair nieath
and:1 aeulye. baimpooiing and haii
dein tg. I:uazori sharpen intg a specialty
I air tonics fo r eradhientintg dandauff saic
iraii:ationa of lihe scalp1 for sale.
liie'key's Mla2ie Ilairalince always 'et
hianid andl for sale.
-HOT AND COLD BATHS.
Your patronitage is respectfully solicited
'Special Summer Sale'
r-)[N ThV'lousnad Superb Newv PANOE
d ifandOltG.\NS, fmom best makers
. only, to lbe sold durinig .July, August , Selp
tombecr and Ocutolber, 189)1, at spot easl
r!--us. w itha pament Novemiiber 15th next
S ..int crust.
l\NOS-'5 cash and balance No
i ..ulcer 15tha, 1891.
4 &)RiANS--$10 cash and balance No
e-. 1RE31EBElR Lowest cash rates. N<
a, advance. No interest. Write or call oi
.J. C. (4A 1w1;'TT, G atcs, 8. C..
IOr J. L IIA YNlE & D)AUGIITERW,
GIreetiville, 8. 0.
Dought by No
further particulars and
We have arrange
prioes for it, nothwithsta
rise, and we urge parties
hold our flour and bacon
back the pay when we n<
A change in our firm is. contempla.
ted at an early date and from this
date until our present stock is dis
posed of we will offer our entire stock
at a great reduction.
Tremendous stock of Jeans and
Shoes to go at a sacrifide. This is
no old shop-worn stock of goods we
are offering but brand new goods.
'Buyers will have a picnic as long as
There is a few pieces of Jeans at
25c., up; Shoes 2Uc. per pair, up; best
Shirtmg 4j cents per yard.. Big
Stock of Groceries at reduced prices.
Hardware, Crockoryware, Glassware,
Tinware-in fact, everything now in
stock to go. No reasonable offer re.
A few more of those fine Texas
Red, Rust-proof, Oats, call and get
some while they last.
If yon owe us anything call and
settle at once. No goods charged af
ter this date.
Six fine cooking stoves at cost and
freight' A good horse for sale cheap
HARRIS & MORRISI
October 27th 1891.
Clyairs, 40 Cents.
Suits or 10 Pieces,$1Z.5(
Parlor Si;its, P'lush
Comins and Caskets al
any time, day er night.
Push the button on ein
front door anid your C:l
will be answered immeaadi.
To get ;ouir goods chieal
Sg'Telephone Nos. 64 and 38.
The Standard Rotary
Proud of its beautv.
Prioud of the uniformity of its stitch.
Proud of its quaietniess.
Proud of the variety of lb. work.
Proud of its speePd.
Proud of its ingenilos mechiniera.
FACTh WORTi'II TIIINKrN(G ABOul
The "Standard" hats the biggest b.obbI
of? any iock-st itchi miaine.
hlds 100) yards of cotton.
TIhe tenisioni is released when taking ot
The ttinest goodls areI not drFaWN or pucli
. Runs fifty per cent. lighter than vib)ral
T'hermost expensive, l)eautiful and prat
tical set of attachelgnt.
IBent wood work of the finest fluish evc
Shiorte.st nieed(le used in lock-st itch mu
chines- - therefore less liable to bend an
Wk~Ii ear twic as long a other locb
Eve~ ry part is Indel(penldent of every ott
er part, and cau be replaced at a tritliin
coSt. Tiherefor,. you cani keep a "Stat
djar" l'ractically new a~ life-time.
LEWIS & MORRIS.
oct15tf Pickens, S. C.
1 GATESDE8.K OC
I *wremmus. 4o.
Are now eoeiving and opening their
W. K Wageed i New Yeek. WaWe & . spoo. for fuller and
eo4 their stos >r
"LEt AND r3ARIAf% 5.
30D, BRUCE & CO,
Pickens, 8. C.
October 20th, 1891. -1"
I to buy cotton for a near factory, and hope to be ablo to give fair
iding the heavy decline the past week. There is little hopo for ia
who are owing us to bring us their cotton without delay. We didn't
in the spring for higher prices, and it is not fair now for you to keep
ed it. HAGOOD, BRUCE & CO.
THE RICHMOND e DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
ATLANTA AND CHARLOTTE AIt LINE R'Y DIVISION.
Schedule in effect Sept. 6, 1891.
SOUTHBOUND-Read Down. 'Daily. NorRT[IBOUND-Read Up.
*o. 7. "No. . 011 o. STATIONS. *No. 10. *No. 12 *No. 38.
9 835 arn 1 55 pin t 40 ngt 1v . .......Charlotte,... .... ar 6 55 am 7 20 pm 9 10 pm
........ 2 18 pm 3 14 am 1v.... l...... ....4v 6 81 am 6 54 pin .......
........ 2 28 pm 18 U am 'v. ,Lowel...... 6 22 am 0 43 pm ........
........ . 41 pin 3 88 arn I..... ..Gastonia.. . .lv 10 am 6 32 pm ........
........ C 06 pw 4 08 m lv.,.. ing's Mountln ...lv 5 44 am it 08J pl ........
.......... .0 pm 4 24i anm 1.......Grover.......lv A 27 am 5 51 pl ........
........ 3 F0 pn 4 32 r.i. Iv. .....Blacksburg. lv 5 17 am 5 42 pm ........
........ 8 9 .ra 4 50 auni........Uaffney'&.......lv 4 59 am 5 2-1 pin ........
........ 4 ;'. pul 5 21 aml ..........COp.'..lv -1 34 am 5 01 pm1 ........
4 .1 pm 3 31 an Iv........Clifton........ I 4 It nm 4 57 pm ........
139 am 4 par. 5 48 am. partanularg ..... .1 08 am .1 13 pm 6 57 pm
........B 11 km. 4 i3 amlr........ Welford........Iv 8 52 am I 19 pm ........
.... plo C C3 m 1v.......Greer's.......lv 3 34 amn 4 01 pm........
'. 3tpi tj651pi 'l am ... .,. Oreenville. ......il 8 05 am 8 no pm 6 05 pin
....... C P3p 7 Ia :5 am y.. ..Easley's........Iv 2 8 nm 8 v5 pin ........
.........2 75 pni 3 11 amniv....Central........lv 2 10 aml 2 35 pn.
..... '5)1111 833 antiv........SnIeva........dy 1 80 ait- 1 42 pm ........
.. ..... 8 12 pm 8 58 am ll ......W estmisltr......lv i1 1 2 I pm ........
........ 8 40 pm to 3. m I ..........Tro 1........v N 2 2 pmi 12 391) n ........
........ 95pin,10 10am I' ...Mount Airy ...... v 12 0 W',12 09 am ........
........ 9 C0 p Il0 t1 am "1 .... Cornel a........Iv 11 55 pin 12 0.- am ........
........ e 58 pm) 10 38 .111V .........1 ym.........Iv 11 30 pin 10 40 ain........
A 14 pm 9 .55 pm 10 41 amlyly......... Lnla. ........1 v 11 p11i.1 86 am: a 14 pmn
8 36 pm 10 26 pm 11 11 amn1 ....... (hiinesville. . lv 10 58 m )1111 11 Ri 2 52 pm
........ 1, 5S pin 11 31 amO v.....Flowery liclh ....lv 10 37 pm 10 -8 am .
......... 11 05 pmi 11 4G ain1r......... ultfrd......... 110 22 pm 10 31 ain ........
....,... 11 1' pti II1 39 am .v........Suwanec.....lv 10 07 pm0 147 am...
. . 1129 pni1. 12 pilV......... Dulith........lv 9 54 pmI0 106 um i...
........ 1 48 pim 1224 pin 11v........Norer)ss........1. 1 11 pm 9 55a ........
........ 11 54 pm 12 35 pm IV . .C h lee.......Iv' 9 28 pm111 ) -13 m.......
500 pm!l2 30 pm 1 10 pin ar.........Atlanta ........I 8 50 pmn 10 m 1 2'ilm
Additional trains Nos. 17 and 18-L1ill accollInlodiit hm, daily except Siiday,
leaves Atlanta !:30 p m., arrivts Lula 8:12 p. I. RelIturning, leaves Lnla 6:00 a. ill,
arrives Atlanta 8:50 a. in.
Between Ll.a andi Athen'-No. 11 daily exept Sunday, and No. ) daily. leave
Lula 10:'J5 p. mn., and 11:40 a. ma., arrive Athens 12:05 a. in. malii 1.40 p. mn. Return-.
ing, leave A th er., No i0 daiiy except Sundh y, and No. 12 daily, 7.20 p. m. amd 8.31
a. mn., arrive Luht 9.20 p mi. and 10.30 a. mi.
B'eiween Toccoa anid Elberton-No 61 dily (eept Sundayu, lea:ve T1occou 12.55 p
n., sini he Elberton 4 45 p. mi. .1eturning, Nos. 60 dily (xet'pt Sundlay, leave Elber
ton) 5.45 a. mn. errva Toccwoa 9. 15 a. mn.
Non. 11 a.nd 1'9 eairry Puani Sleepers h.et ween Washington and Knoxvillo vii
Salisbury, an.i 9 and 10 bewe Atlanita and New York.
On iHo. 11 no ehiange in day conebes fr.i New York to A tlant.
Nos. 37 and 30 -WVahuin'gtoun and GJoulhwestern Vestiljtled L4im1it (ed, b)etween At
lantai and Washinlgton. On t his Itrain e.t . Ifare is char1g(edIl ' in onnetioni withi first
class tickets, not exceed(in1g *2.00 over and above auual Pulhnian chaarges to any pint.
For detile1d information as to loeal and thirougih timue talesCI, rat es and( Iiullmnin
S9leeping-car reservations, confer with local agents. orT iddress
Gena'1 Pa.ssenger Agent, A&,st Gen'l Pas's. Ag.ent.
Atlanta, GIa. ('harlotte, N. C
W. H1. GREEN, Glen'1 Mainger, SoWlIHAAS, TIraflic Manager.
At lanuta,iGa. Atlanta, Gao.
C. P. 11AMMON, 1)_ut,., Atlanta, (Ga.
Goods on hand at this corner than ever before,
a nd this enables us to nmake p)rices so
that there is no better way to consult your interest and save
your hard earned cash
by buying what you need from us.
We arc bound to please you whether youri politics are like
or you favor the sub-treasury bill1.
Our goods are first.class in every respect, and if your
can talk, we will be as careful to give it all its money's
worth a.3 thougrh you were here in person.
WVhile we wish you to p)ondler well the above, lease do
not forget that if yon owe us anything, that we need it to pay
our 'lebts, and come forward at once andl get a clear receip)t,
and a will be ever so glad.
L EW IS & M OR RIS,
T1he Popular Corner Store,
P. S. Just received, a nice lot of furniture, which wve offer
- feb91 PIck(ens.i S. C.
WVe Want yor.s Trade, and will do everytlling I ur
our power to palease you.
rJ We 4AUiARANTEE OUR DRIUAS and Everything
else we si, f o be pure.
P'rescipti ons Carefnlly Consapouunded at Moderatc
Stop to see U.s whenm l.n (reenaville.
A. B.& i. 1.CARPENTER,
MANSION 110USE DRUG STORE.
Gre'enville, S. C.
. RYANT & STRATTONOossiness College
waTIPAO'.*G"U.a* *&1"Bd-LOUISRVI LLEKIY.
Kiehnond d ]Danville RR
Greenville and Columbia Division.
Condensed Schedule Sept 0th, 1891.
Trains run on 75th meridian time.
Going North. Going South.
No. 15. No. 16.
0 15 am.. .Lv Charileston Ar... 12 50 am
10 15 .......Celumbia.......8 50 pm
12 88pin....... Union....... 29
1 55 Ar.... Spartanburg.... 80
8 00 ........Tryon ........417
8 41 . maluda........841
4 09 .......Flat Rock......8 1
422 . ... Hendersoville.... 8 01
5 17........Asheville. 1 55
0 40 .... .fot Springs ....12 28
5 50 .... Paint Rock......11 55 am
7 15 ......Morristown...... 9 25
L4 30 .......Knoxville...... 8 15
10 15 ......Cincinnati.... lv 8 00 pm
No. 18. No. 14.
6 40 an......Charleston...... 9 30 pm
I1 10 ....... Coumbia....... 6 80
12 38 .......Prosperity...... 4 00
12 57pm.......Newberry...... 8 42
2 35 ......Ninety Six...... 2 05
2 56 ......Greenwood. 1 48
4 00 Ar....AbbevilI. .Lv. .12 86m
4 10 Lv. Belton........12 20
4 42 ........Pelzer........11 52
5 00 ...... Piedmont ......11 85
5 40 Az.... Greenville .. Lv11 00
5 48 ......Anderson........11 88
6 40 lv..... Pendleton......10 65
7 55 lv...... ne a ...... 10 17
8 25 .... Walhal1a....... 9 45
12 80 .......Atlanta........
No. 17. No. 18.
8 50am......Prosperity...... 8 16 pm
9 07 .......Newberry...... 8 00
10 22 ......Ninety Six...... 6 52
10 45 ......Grecewood...... 0 22
11 55 .......Abbeville...... 5 15
12 15)1pm........13elton........ 4 00
12 50 .. ....Anderson ...... 8 85
6 00 pin.......Columbia...... 9 40 am
7 28. .......Prosperity...... 8 18
7 45 ......Newberry....... 8 05
9 08 .......Clinton....... 6 52
9 45 ........Laure ....... 0 20
No. 9. No. 10.
12 25 ........Reton........ 5 05 pm
12 53 ........Pe zer........ 4 28
1 10 .......*PiedMiont.... 4 11
1 45 ......Greeniville...... 8 35
No. 45- - RNo. 4-2.
9 00 am.. Newberry...... 8 40 pm
10 55 ........clintonl....... 6 00
11 55 ... ....aurens. . 5 16
Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10. 13, 14, 17, 18, 42 and 48
daily except 81Idly.
1ullman Sleepers on trains 15 and 16,
bet wen ('harleston, S. C. and Cincinati,
Ohio, via Atlantic Coast, Line, Columbia,
Asheville. 'aint Rock, Morristown, Knox
ville. .lellico and Junction City.
SO L I1 A A S, Troaflic Managt r.
JAS. L. LTAYL.OR, Gen'l. Pass. Ag't.
J. A. 1)Ol)SON, Supt.
Wr. 11. OMEEN. Gen'T Maniager.
W. A. TURK, Asst. Gen'l Agent,
Charlotto, N. C.
TO aZNT OR SBLL11
I propose to rent for a number of
years at 9 bales of cotton per year,
or sell for $4,500, my plantation on
which Wim. Major lives, on the Salu
da rivor, 10 miles from the city of
Greerville, on which there are tenant
hlouses and good corn and cotton
land sufficient for six horses.
And to rent my Taylor farm 4
iles south of Easley, near Carmel
Church, for a number of ycars, at 4
baLles of cotton per year, or sell the
pla1ce for $2,500. Thecre aro on this
place 2 good dIwellings and 1 tenant
house, a good orchard andt good land
suifficienlt for a two.hiorse crop, well
located1 and in a good section of the
I also have other lands to rent or
sell. Come and see me if you want
C. L. IEIJL IN(SWOR TH,
Pickens, 8. 0.
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINI 3
Wilmingt on, N. C., Sept. 20th, 1891.
Faust Line heCt ween Charleston and 6.
htumbia aiid uipper South Carolina and
Westerni N orlth t' arolI ina.
ouinig West. (oirg .East.
No. 52- No. 58.
6 00 a.m . .Lv Charleston Ar. .12 50 a.m
7 31)..........Lanes...1 17 p.D6
8 40 .........uter..10 07
ii 50 . .. Ar C'olmumbia Lv. .. 0 00
4 41 pi. .. ..\\inishorro..4 23
5 15 .. ...Chester....8 25
6 .'9 ... .orkvjil.. .. 1 40
8 17 ...Lancaster... 8 20 am
6 15 . ..iock l111... 2 45 p.m
7 10 . ..Charloi,tte, N. C. .. 1 55
12 57~ p.m Ar Newheriy . ., Lv 42 pm
2 56 .. .. .rceenwood..1 48
9 45.....areas...6 20 am
r, 50 . ..Ainderson. . 11 88
r. 34 ...Greenville...1 60
8 25........Waiihl.... 9 45
4 (0t ....Abbheville....12 85
1 :3o. .....Sprtanburg .. .. 5 31 pm~
3 54 IiendersonIville,*N. C 2 42
4 45 .. .Asheville. h. C.. . 2 00
5 1 M p. m....Charleston . . ..11 50 a. m.
7 10.........Lanes......96 50
8 5 ... Smter .. 8 0
10) 00 Ar... (Columbia . Lv 7 10
Solid traiis between Charleston and Co.
launbia, S. C. TV. M. EM~EREiON,
Gen. I'ass. A gent
.T. Ii. IENJ.v. Glen'l Managrer.
MON UMENTrs. TOM ISTONE8, CORl
I N Eli STrONES, ETC.,
Made on short notice. latisfactioni Gutar
anliteed, and prices as low na thie lowest,
thC (Iuality of tha~ work at all times being
I amii agentt for the best Iron and1 wlre,
fecei~s ont th market. (Give me a call
Thle railr.-ad las not yet come to PIck
ens, but P'ickens Is now ini speakig di.
(ninee of the railroad.
If you are ini Easley or Pickens~ and
wish to talk to anyone in te othter town,.
Just step to the "phone1" al.d call the one
TJeegams promptly tmrasittedl andi
Icorrectness1~ guiarant eed.
All mie'nages for Pickens and vicinlt*
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