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Rain [lol a t this place last Mon.
Uun0le Thomas will not go to
Congress by a large majority.
Pork and turnips-'poistm and
W. W. Russell is like the negroe'
4at fsh-he has "swunk" powerful.
There was a heavy political frost
in this State on the 7th inst. It kil.
l# everything green.
The people all over the State, ac
cording to the newspapers, are de
lighted with the new election law.
Pickens is Democratic to the core
and you may always bet your mon
ey on her.
Mr. Looper is looking with a mi
,croscope for the large majority he
*xpevtel to receive for the Legisla.,
ture, but he haten't -seen it yet.
Cross Plains anl Hiickle's are
the hatiner precinetsin this County.
Not a single Rndical-Greenback
vote wias eat at either of thent -
They voted the Democratic tieket
li-om Alpha to Omega. Three
thoers for Cross Plains and H1ine
A defeated candidate in this
ounty was heard to declare on the
tiny after the election that the world
would be destroyed by fire in less
Sian two years. He said he would
bat a million of dollars on it.
The night after the glorious news
of1 the political tidal wave reached
this place, the Anvil Artillery was
torned loose on Court House Square,
n id carried the good news to citi
zens bor miles around.
The stock law, registration and
action la'V hobby, has riot bete
t Lted the deiagogues worth a cent.
etiy inust now try something else.
IVlhat will it be?
Col. F. A. Hoke, of Sen1eca City,
:as been awarded the coritrict ol
I ilinig the Atademry at this place,
ad is now here with a Jrce of
-.nds at work.
Mr. H-. C. Grady hmas prese~nted
Swith fourt mainmoth turnips
wveighinmg sixteen pounds, tan aver
e~ of' four' pou nds each. They aire
ri aheaid of ainythbing we have seen
Ai'beville, Anderson, Oe".unee,
e',kenis, G reenville, Spartz ahurg,
"i:rk, Newbe'rry, Marion, Chest er,
bd andi~ sev'eral 01 her counnties, have
e ne1(w cotyI ii Amentidmen31t. Thew
*.fiationsM arie I hat it. ha-e beeni de
~ .ted by the peoplti, but it it has&
on cat~ (rriedli, we aire sai t isied i hat
clannrot he ratified by the requ isi te
-o0 thirds in the Legislature.
Mr. Thlos. N. Huter. of Libert v,
iin the employment oif Mr. L.
I ,ichbehild. at the Excelsior Cloth
~Hiouea, C.leveland Block, Green -
hi, S. C.. and woiuld like for lhis
on)Idr4 to call and see hi-n.
W umy W EItcoME. -WXhat~ miakesu
A reston Cologne w leaome ons every
dy'i3s toilet table is its lastinig ht
grance and rich, flowery odor.
We are informed that some men
vho voted in the Democratic pri
r y election and Look the pledge
J.vote tor the nominees ot the
jty, voted the Razdical-Greenback
ecket in the general election. We
ave no confidence in such men,.
he Dem'cratic party should purige
olt of all such material-it will
''ke it more healthy and vigerous
o do so. Let the Demo.crats spot
- :.l such, and in the next Democratic
primnary see' that they arme not per
oed to imp~ose conididaties on the
party that they do not help to elect.
GOOD ADvIcE --You will prevent
-unl euro the greater part of the ills
thatL afflict mankind in this or any
t'ioni, if you keep your stomach,
Uveor and kidneys in perfect, work
ing order. There is no medicine
S known that does this as surely as
P~u-ker's Ginger Tonic. It will
eco your blood rich and pure, utna
yve you good health at little cost.
Soo other column.
A negro was murdered in Spar
e..hurg on the 10th instalnit,, by two
terrible blows with an axe. Samt
1 .: w renice, a negro of had chatracte(r
aii his wife, have been arrested tor
4 i crime, with stromng eviidenice
A person at di filIt~y oceuvred i
I ha 'ommnercial Hlotel at Gr'eeniville
*n the night oif the 10th inst., be,
a :een Belto,n Gilreath and Captain
J. McD Ashmore Two shots eaclh
with pistol wereO exchaunged. Ash
moesrighti am was I racdturedl near
'e elbow anad it is thbought arr.pu
siion will be necessary. Trhe in
terterence of frienads prIevented fur
th.er shooting w hich wvould dIoubltless
have resulted in Ashmuse's death.
We had occasion to stop Over
twice recently at Eaisley, and muse
iay thaut friend G icn illiat of the
Mountain View hlouse, offers ihe
most)5 attrdot~ive havenr bor the we'at
traValler tha't see have diqcovered
S a soino timoae Eeuey includes a
timber oirst ,lass people amioui
age citizeabiphjj, and it was our
pleasure tomake the acquatintance
4,rS0eral whom we had nover.
khiown~ 6efore, ai goodly portion of
thjerneither going there from An
dwrson county or having strong
onnectuions with this county. is..
lwa (Anna r. anod hnnisiMn. ...t.t.~
Her health aid life depend more on the
regulari'y of her menstrual tunotions than
on any or alt causes combined. An actual
or a livIng death is the inevitable result of
derangetunent of a function which maikes
w a.n1an a hat, she is In every respect, and ts
pecially in her niental and bodily constitu.
tion. Hence, immediate relief fron such
derangementas is the only safeguard against
wreck and ruin. In all cases of stoppage,
delay, or other irregularities ol'the courses,
Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regulator is ihe
only sure renhedy. It acts by giving tone
to the nervous centres, improving the blood
and determining directly to the organs of
menstruation. It. is a scientific prescrip
tion, and the most intelligent physicians use
it. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Alantia,
Ga. Price, trial size, 75c; large size, $1.50
For sale by all druggists.
Personal ' To Xen Only !
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mlich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric appliances on
trial for thirty days to men (yor tag or old)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhoed. and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy ard complete
restoration of health and manly Vigor. Ad.
dress as above. N. B. -No risk is incurred
as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Malaria, Chills and Fever, and Bilious
attacks positively cured with En ory's Stan
dard Cure Pills-an infallible reaily: niever
falls io cure the most. obstinte. long-stand
ing cases where Quinine and all other re.
medies had failed. They are prepared ex
pressly for nialarious sections, in double
boxes, two kinds of Pills. containing a
strong cathartic and a chill breaker, sugar
ceated; contain no Qninino or Mercury.
causing no griping or purging: they are
mild and efficient, certain in their action
and harmless in all cases; they effectually
cleanse the system, and give new life and
tone to the body. As a household remedy
they are unequaled. For Liver Complaint
their equal is not known; one box will have
a wonderful effect on the worst Case. They
are used and prescribed by liysiciins. and
sold by Druggists everywhere, or sent by
mail, 25 and 50 cent boxes. Etio v's Little
Cathartic Pills, best ever made, only 15
cents. Standard Cure Co., 114 Nassau
street. New York. junc 15, 6m
McBRtDE & Co., Atlanta, Georgia, man
utacttre show Cases, are Sotithes- . Agents
for Set i Thoias Clocks and Laibet I's Fly
Fans, nind own tie celebrated "Iate City
Stone Waiter Filter, and Cherry's Steam
Frtit. and Vegetable Dryer for ihe world.
Prices forwarded on application.
Merchants make out list of Crockery,
Glass. Wood and 'in ware, that you atre in
want o' and senel it to us. We %, ill alt Ich
prices, and save you ruinous frig ds
breakage that you always get Irotm the far
off East. Mcdinus & Co.,
1j/WoK lT) T11lE NI W 1 STF(lliE A NDL
ha~ve ever boughtbefore.Ic iteati
tery to somie paraties hI iw we ennl ielI at such
r'educed prices; coitne atndl see andl be a is -
fied. Mev gusar atee ('ur satles to be exact ly
as represen tel, antd al wsys have a goord
supply of pr ices quitled ont Itan d, 1Do not
tthinta, when' you call tor thIese Gocoils. you
wilt heat' the ol Icry "jutst ot-- -y'esterday,
the day be'fore or a werek atg', hit will
have a latrge sutply3 in to itor trow ." F~or
we have thIe Goods ont hand undl will always
We have a Ilarige and( wel .Ielect eal lot of'
O LI i'T il iNG, a10. taa sell you fot' :3.50t a
beatlitti snitue stut, w hicht will cost you
$(.50d every where else. You will he cou
vintcil wheat you see it. l)o not tail t o
look at1 olUr Laelie's' Cloakes, lhey are' ot thIte
most beaut ifulI styles, trom $1 .00 to $10(
.Alt kinds ot' Faulcy Not ions, too ntuaer
ous to mention piices.
& ROOERI J' .
To these we solicit your at tention. We
have bought them at very redluced prices
and to satisfy 0our cust omuers otthle same we
offer a most. ex)cellheat coilf'e 10 un~~ttds f'or
$1 00, which wvill cost ymt 7 ohtias for a
$1.01) any where else'; and Suara 10 pounds
for $1, which costs 1llcts per' pound
anywhere else; M~olasses fronm 874 to 75cts
Flour that bakes well, rises well, and eat s
delicious, for' $4.75 peri barrell.
Calicoes, 20 yai'els tor $1.
Ifats, 10cts to $3.
Tap Sole Blrogan Shtoes $135
Boots fromr $l.25 to S4.50O.
Jeans, thte latrgest stock in the county.
All kinds of crockery, storecs, tin and
Take not ice of these prices and be bene
fitted by thtem. We will be pleased to show
goodis, if' we do not seill Ihbem.
R. II. ANDE (SON, & CO.
ntov 2. 1882 7 6m
. S~ C4TMENT
1" A MrrDY AND.! sRIC cURE FOR
irs .Tc/ing of the P'arts IPu
-: t! mir'ed Dusease; also of
rn3 Fdoas. F'e':er Sores
1'W~b~ , 'Ic.
ArtLaNVA, GA., Aug.25, 1877.
* ~ ~ ~ I w'mity-C.v:.,, urs in sell.
.:Gim itot funet having
-- d w-I.,:bt' :-1 to confirm nmy
* * '. .~ i betc'. ne~t f'Jilv satisfled of
- - . Lan t i, hexcl u'ive rircht to
4. * :.a I ,;Teriattoy4'insothe best rem
- r11' * ' .ely toratil forms of Plies.
- .., Yn E'' TFSUMONIALS:
h ri s i. T h'sve tried P'rvor's Pbl
- .: r f ihm.'~ andr state that it av'o
SI hai co ever tiie. A r
-c (t. t .'.ie'.y ft~r burnas it is un
* . iia j it f* r ha' (cat (f tetter In my
- - t wI'- ya' r -t,'-n, nod Pav t hit it Is
a- - -t I h-wv.e ever tried thiat gave me
- I ' ni . :** ..''f. I conshder auow that
'1 . *r , * *d from that dlitressing dis
___'liroup County, Ga.
(' Keted for ten t'earR at intervals,
'I - or; m"ialalty, the pliles, andl after
- - ru of tu Theiremedies in common
- 1 .hort time lago) to us~o your Pile
I '~ ~ in ien Ic#Ed immttediate relief. From
- -'1'ced in m'y ensa, aswell asfrom
-~ "irpil-ly acquired by your Ointment
- . hasve r hesitation in erpressing
- u. a i th~e must eamcient remedy for
- nyer4'.ed. 0. A. lIU L L,
h". i' to certtfy' that I need Pryor's Ointment
-. , a~p of reer burn, and that ini a very few
.3 s it wa ent Irely relievedi of all inflammation
,nl hoated ra petty. A fte'r the first applicatIon of
the Olament, the patent mufTered no pain what
ever. Rl.J. MOR1GA N, LaGrange, GIa.
By the rdvice nf Mr. Wy'nn, T mosed your Pile
Ointmenit on a servtrtnt girl whoaE had been suffer
tog for oftght year.-, wih a moit nefrgravatedl case of
Pitl's. Bhe Improved from t be very first day's use
-.3f your Ointmenat, and4 beiore isinlo the box she
was entirelyrecoer..a Cuswt3. Am.
Probate Judge's Sale.
State of Soeuth Carolina
COUNTY oF PIcKENs.
IN P uBATE COURVf.
A. W McMahan, as Adtn'r of 0. W. Mo
Mlahn,. deceased, Piniutiff, against Sarah
A. Talley, Eliza A. liubbard . a.. De-,
fendants.-COoMPIAINT Foa THE SALE OF
HEAL ESTATE Fol PAYMENT OF DEBTs. &o
B Y virtue of a Decree made in the above
stated case. on tho 6th Jay of Novem
ber, 1882, 1 will sell during the legal hours
of sale, before the Court House door, to the
highest bidder, on Saleday in December
next, the following described REAL ES.
TATE, to wit:
All that Tract or Parcel of Land. upon
which G. W Molahan lived at the time of
his death, lying and being situate in Pick
ens Coiny and State o $outh Carolina, on
watera of George's Creek, waters of Saluda
tiver, adjoining lands or estate of .James
McMahan, John G. Bowen and others, con
taining Ninety-six Acres, more or less.
TERMs-One-hialf cash, balance on a
credit of twelve nonihs, wiih interest fron
day of sale. secured by a bond of the pur
ch'a3er and a mortgage of div prenises.
Purchaser to pay extra for titles, deed. &c.
0. L. DU RANT, J.P.P.c.
nov 9, 18S2 8 4
STATE OF SOUTH C-AROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
Mary A. Cant rell and .1. J. Lewis. Admin
istratrix and Adininistrator. Plaintitils,
against Jvhn T. Cantilrell, Defendant.
JUDGMLENT OF FoiEcLosUELC.
B Y virtuc of a decree of Foreclostire and
sale made in the above state case on
the *'O.h Septenber, 1882, by lion. J 6
Cothran, Presiding Judge, I will sell to the
highest bidder at Pickvn< Court, loose, tn
saleday in Decenber next, the following
I EA L ESTA TE; to wit: All ehat Piece Par
cel and Tract. of land sii u ie in Pi ,kenis
County, whereon Jolhn T Cantrell now re
sides, adjoining lands of R 8 Lewis, F A
Miles aid others, conct:ining T ree Hun,
dred (300) acres moire or less.
TEliMS-Oie third of the purchase mon
ey to be pai(t in citph on day of sale. the
balance on a credit of Twelve Monthis, withI
iiiere,t from day of sale, secnred by bodil
af tle larchtaser an:ed a neotig:ge of the
premises- l'llrchase.r to pay for all papers
and for recording the samie
JO %B M.\ U LDIN, s P c.
nov 9, 1882 8 4
A S si eriff of Pickens Cit oy. by nit.
hvt o c.'rtaini Decieint 4)-ders ! sde
for. tha pi upose. I will sell *e the hti ghest
bidder be (are t lhe couirt HI ouse door, diur
ing thet legiil honr.< of sai'e, in te first
Mloreday in Decaemtber 18$82, the se-veral
Tracts of Landa herein af ter desbri bed. o
wit. "'All of thait Tract cen whtich John
Eades niow lives. on Six M ile teek , aoin
ing Thl .H. Craitg eandl othlers. conaiingta 143
neres. moaare or less'." for- picatic't among
lie heirs of -ett van :luunleir. ith-ce'aed. by
ordli e of Ion. .l. Sa. t'olri, c. re. Judi~ge,
on the 19h of Setpt. 1S82.
'\ll thnat Traer, eef the Real Estaite c.f
Mc Dofh:-I lamiiiibten. dciaeatsed~l, knto wn as
o. , cnt inig Ff . ..m zeresc. moere
or ken, ad~ joening,' T-ct No. '. hliI anrd
D.tit. RA andl !I otej , nie:e ar a h e wn of
l-a-I -y: hy enh-rdr cf lion. J1 8 Coth:-i,
P'res. Jatdge. on'ced 22Id Sept ieber l'82. cor
thte pe3a.'ti of the debts ot the saidgMc
Trm~ts of biothl salces. one hialf ensh, the
rematitlert on e a e-ar's t ie, with iitler..
es-t fraomi d :1 te, ecuried by thIae Ito nd oftt he
putrchnt.e-r andet a mortgage oif the prettises
sal. weuItb lenve teo ni tic'ipte patymnent.
IPlat s cof thle s.alidh lan ds:. e) w on file
I i i au otIlce. 1tt rheli . 10ti e pa e:ivSxtra for
all p.e.er andI tor rea orditng thet samtte.
A ll of t hat Traet h inig t we) mtiles Nor-tli
of P'ikeins Conrti Iliane ott thet Pnopkin,.
town i ea:ccl, rcainin ~lg 20C0 aeces int re er
less, atdjcitting hitnrds oef .J. C. Griflitn. E.gM.
hl der, n% ma. M . F-eigtnson, C. L. 1;ellings
wovirthI andc tther.: levi-d upont byv v rItie caf
Sia xect utoi maE' dljieted, itt the cease of
Looai, E. lFergutson, 'es. Jos~aephI ). Fergn
TE~RMS CASHf-Pu-chaser paying ex,
tra for deed.
JOAli MAULDIN, s P.C
ntov 9, 1882 8 -4
PY vir.tue of a Lien Wartrant to mte di
) rectedl, 1 .havej ineized, One Hale of
Cot ton and abouct. 2.60 pound" ics uf Seed
CaIottn, its thle paroperty of TI. J.- Tayor, ait
the sit of at Wut. M1. IIlagood & UCo., ande will
sell thIie samse to *e hiighest icldert for eishi
at Eaisley, at. 12 o'clo~ck, ou T1uesday after
thce Getst Mondny ini IDecetmbear, 1882.
.JOAL MAULLDIN. s P.c.
nov 16, 18S2 9 3
Easley Land Sale.
I W ~ILL sell to the highest bidder at Pick
ents ( caurt1 House. *Cii Saledny int Decetm'
her 1 882, all of tbat TRACT OF LAND,)
13yiig in ttndt inear the thriving Town of
lat sley -k noawn as thle Govey SmieithI Place,
cotaining Sixty Acres. tmore or less. A b.
ner- Mullintix is enutitled to onte halt of thie
net proceeds of lie pchatse mioney . atnd
lhe land11( will be sold tier dlivisin ant c et
lentent wvith himiu, by hiis conisenit. Titles
pet-feci. Tei ms one-balf cnsh. eid lie re
ntiteder on otne yearit's time, withi interest
I iomt date, sectured by a mort gage of lie
C. L. IIOLINOSWORTlI.
nov 16,1882 II 8
I atented Dec. 4flh. 1877.
TIlIS in to iniform lie peece'e of South
1 aurolinat heat we are thle owntets of ibis
wcnderpftil Invent ion in this State, and have
Agents lo Filae Gins in aill the Counties If
Gin owners will see it work they will be
contvintced of its sitpet iority one~t all other
n odesq of $hiarpenaing in'c. It makes a
true taiper toothI wit h a needle point. Mr.
C. 8. Ihill, of Jueek-<ont Ce'tny. Georgia,
ays. "Il ente-red( one hale or his cottont
list year in Athiia at thle North( Georgin
Facir and etiried off t he $200 plremiaumt, and
waohci his cattron for '.l Cents per pouand more
lihan any at hear coe~tan~t.ct ile knows his
stuccess is chtargenible nlone to fifing done
by the O'Neill Mlatchine."'
P'er--onsc wishiug their Gins Filed by thIs
Mahline, in the (nnties of Pickens. An
derson andl Greenville, will plese address
R. E. B(.'s EN at Briggs P'ostoftice, Pickens
Caunty, 8. C.. nndi~ we will send an Agent
At on1ce to do their work. They will only
have to stop ginnin 2 or 3 hours. Price,
12) cents per saw.
W. II. NxDYKE.
sept 28. 1882 2 if
TOMA S MAI
11FALIL'S C7ELE1ERATIED S
GEN, Manuactured .I1
Pee:-less Enagine, Manunrect
I have the following articles at the* FacOto
Clod Crusher and Pulverizer, Thiis is thte hie
Bradley's Reaper. Mtower and flay Rtake, inu
The Celebraied Vieror One llor- Grin Dri
Automatic Plantation Gates. Ex.G'overnor It
refer to lion. WV. [I. Perry for tiny int'orneuiion
I have just received the Agency for the, i
Hlarrow, it has great advaintage over the Th<
Call and examnine. Iron Fences for 1-'hwral
June 1, 18
SE DES Por the ME RCH
SEED For the MARKE
SEDSE For the PRIVAI
SEED' Crown by ourseh
7a-Hsne th o lowing rted ataloe ao
CldMreERCANITMV'rzrTi iEN USYO lie 13Uy
Th SaeifSot Crlia
Crourry' Ila P1er ad:s. ie.i
TIN Celtr eT V Ci On P!or." .\Si )
Aur;m~ i. 1I' n-r.t lo iieaet riel, *o eir B
H'airroi, agnits.,Agrb t adKo.., . Loveie ice -~
ryeall n h-enui nu.eIos ecs fo Elouti
TO h 1. i d nsAuved n ee 1
'un 1U r1ehreyanu8e82.dregi
.SEESwe h eop he inMi ERioH
SiErko EDeS or thcen couIyair
tu ere coy Cfounber tourheaI
comp ainso e lure .atisoie u
d Mas ft IANhe , rvieNevo ex, OURiv BUi
The a o ofc Svith anr olia 1
id, ('he~ phi0l in ths on wilN apply.
to t cour forli the .reiefdenane Ain tuet
Date 1th A st A. Dauphia 1882 - i ltli
[of w c ]i J. J~ .Eis . et' ti t1>. ul~ 1I
1:.r o Ci ull LDt Plin ite's Aolterny OL
TO Lkette 'o rry n l ao-c S e(. noi c Atm t
the stunmons uandl cowuphtnt in tie ahmeI
ac ea w. as ofild inti it the of he ele:t u k i
ofi dhe court for cinin e~lis f Peit ike ult
Dotedy.43n theig4sh dA of 18g82. 18
fc -jain i ra i of ini.e, itce inth cIn y
it. .. CIIlLD, l'laintifs Attorney.
To i 1titi I 5 ci6!Ii t eiii
l(ie .0nioi i0 ut iti t i NO10 C r Ii ht. ~
iii lie Cut s-ryettulul uiIi l'iciuss.
C -reeIY. n, W.e I 11. re i n .i ar '4ii.t, Jsh?2 -
Joseinit tle Ddt ofi ita IS l ibb i. i vct J h I
C.11 ut Ebb' c.aiDefendni -cartiuo iss tin
C :ul r. (Clnpai litvd.
o ans weri 3 ecmpan inIhi sos
iot which a coply is hterewh .tIt.,ervedl uon I
youl, andt to serive 11 copy oif ytotr ainswert i
I he said comiphnint til the tnbciberiiii ti his (
0thice on Ala31in i reel , at Ielk sns *our
Iloit'e, 8 I., wi t Iwentty days aftere
serv ice Iheri'ot, excIlustive ot lth C Iyt oI sutch
service: andu. it you1 fa~i to anlswer' hue comt
lit W woin e i nne Iiiti aforeid, I le phlnI,
isti i1118 bi at ioni will apply to t lie Courti
fur lhe relief dentitted tn thle comptllaint.
hatted O)ctobeir Sti, A. D. 1882.
CHIAS. P. BAllRIETT,
PlajjitIffs A ttornety.
TO( the Decfendainls, EIhzabehthI Freema n. W
II Freelnans i, NI. I') J . Itatoll a ii Vt .1
Tlake ntlice. that the Sanainions. itn this
actint. ofl wh4I.cht ithe l , geutj ts aii p
tot h~ter' with 1 he cotinpti.ui hevru'ni. na4:s
Iile'd int Ihe toflice oft h le I.h-rk c, t heii I'ourit
Stice 3toridI, ont the' '.GIh d~y of Ocutobeu
I Iiint iti's Auo tnelty,
nov 2. 18S2 7 G
Notce i. heni by,~ giveni. I lit 1 will tip
pily to 0. l,. Durti3 , Priobuate Judage to,
Pickens1 cot iy, oni Saturda"I~y edi dla ot
Diecentiher n' xt. for lea;ve to ---ake a fin-i
seu len ('lt of theit tgate of W AI IIU Ilt E s
dieceaised.,iand as~k to bc dlischaturgediII tere
tromt azs Admuinisurator.
J.\ MES B. iBURGESS, Adm'r.
nov 2, 1M82 7 6
E. W. Marshall & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
YOUII AE~ inCM!IC D!Y-aamD
,LE, S. C.
ELF FEEDING COTTO3
lg Slig, New York.
ured at Waynesboro, Pa
y prices: The Velebraterl Acme Hlarrow
st imp'ement ever introduced on it planta
asuflietasrcl at Syraeise. New York.
i. V ictor Tripple fliniged lIarrow, (C:arter'
1. Porry ia s t wo on his planiation.
as to its workitig.
alde or Biatley's Adjusthable and Reversibli
ir Cemeery Lots.
I Conuamissioa llerchanat.
NitINtoE P C H T YEA R -
k.NT opour New Plin
T CARDENER -
1OS u Fa9rm us r
ad itural Register FREE TO ALL,
[NESS CARI.M FORL TRIADE LI!VT.
!'Ounl,Workrnauship & Drability,
WILLIAMf KN.S BE A& CO.
Np.24ad 0 et altiore Street, Baltinmore
No. 112 Fifth Avenue. NeLw York.
Dit. aw 0dNGA'.4 PAL L
The Ol d, WVel--Tried,''Wonderful
Health Ran ewingIRem !dies.
Strong's Pectoral ",',ills insur
aenr1t~itapt! te, goodt dligest iont. re~gularit,
a 1 uth howls. A iture remedciy totr cobis ai
he itinasm?~ I. A precioutas ot to del icar
enuatle*s, 5a o hing at bniacing t he n,-rvout
ag stenii, and givitng vigor and htealthI in ev
:ryv tibre orat lhe boday.
Strongs xSana~ti've lls fo'r th
ive. . s~eelycure' Isr liver comuiplait
-egual:ating the bowels, purtifyintg the btlood
:leansaitng Ii ssaam1 mliarist al n. Aprtee
:ure fort ?ick hettrsoith. contiationl ii ani
ly.- ,erj-iia ol bay leatding tdruggists.
For ta citlbers tad 'al 1nnine-tC'. wit h lull par11
ictuars, :adressi Box t1.30, New Yoratk (City
AN HONEST OFFEE
lfyou tire sick oar utilinag, noa lanatter whta
lie comutplait. write to uas andI we will selas
oat ont trial onie of our lar ge liialECI N
U pay fort it if it eureast* yau If' ii does ntaa
'ai ' t 's a ou n' i hing.~i t try it. liuosk, etc.
;iing tall p a~articualar, free. Aedress
____ ________Ihookly ni, Ne w \ oak.
$10 to $20,000
in ls'gitim~ua'joticiosus tsecllijon in Grain
isim. yilla Mstre tnweaihIty ~P sdit to larige
sas seoul intvs'storas. .Allris. tat [fall parv
etnlars, it. 1F. i isN L A.L Li & CO., to'~nt
lotch ats, 177 and 1 7 Lat Salle street
Tewspi aer Adver It~isin aa l ureatu, I (
IN Spruce't Stretc, New York.
oct 1t 18M2 5 4
8:tt fies e ant f'ils ha s a p.,-r f t Hasir itior.-r andI
rDreaig. AMs. bd for its ciennhatosas ana s eant e r ra inse.
Never Falls to lIest oro (Grey or F'adellair
to the yuutisful coor Ma cls. amnt $1 sit. at salt drsugght.
(singer, iMuchu , Mil andaskeLt, lit illinga.~in and
mn-ny of the lbcst sneic'sins kow me~i herelau coms
hinesd into a me!ie o Ea uc sa ri ed550 ase citive
poweris, 0 aasl auee (Gre~aiest lilood I'ausofser& (saC
Best Hleallh and Strength Restorer Ever Uised.
JItcaret I enepsi, Iseuatisms, Hleeplstct'ess.
21iet'a-es of anc Stomalh, l'ivwel<, I.aung., isver,
J'idneys, and l Femcs.sde C.onasplhinsts.
l(youa are wastinlg away walh consuemptioan or
any disces-e use e' Toc to-dasy. 1t was I trely
h, Ip yon. ' cemmber I it is f.sr susperiosr toa liiers
F.ssence. oft (;ms"'r nad other T'n sis, as it baihls
sp thesystems ialsonst intuoxicatmn- soc. ands $1
6ize5s, at altl ii -ter t in drus.s 1" 'ase -ernuine without
signatuareo( fs 1 cx & ( o., N Ya. .-eud lor circular|
LARGEC 8AVING IN BUYING THE DolLAR SIZE,
f 1lP, LJOOK(S OF C'LA Y'TON & FOILIEI
Shanve nceanamnlntedh to stacha an extent
CHAS. P. BARRETT,
ATTORNEY # 00UN8ELOR AT LA I
Pickens C. H., -. C.
(Office i* School Comnissioners Ofice
Will practice in the state and Federa
jam 6, 1882 16
GNO. 0. WULL9, Oo. W. TAfit,
JAMs L. OR R, Pickeus C. 11. S. C
Greenville, 8. C.
WELLS, ORR & TAYLOR,
A TTORNEYS 4CO UNSEL ORS A T LA 11
PiUKENS C. ii., S. U.
Prompt attention given to business entrus
ted to chem.
march 10, 1884 25
M. F. ANetiw,, J E Bohls
U reenville, 8. 0. 1,ickvea S C
ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTOItNEYS ANDCoLUN l-,Olt.s .\T LAW
PICICENS 0. 1., S. C.
ofice in) tho Court lIouJso. Prolmipt
attention given to all businet ei'
trusted to them.
dce 9, 1880 12
iT CAROLINA COmE
OPENS OCTOBER 3d.1882
Courses of Study-General Science
Niechanico and Engineering, Agriculture,
Ciassical course, Latin course.
D Partial Courses in English Studie-,
Practical Mathematics, Practical Agricul,
8tudents admitted to any course for
which they are prepared.
A nonal Fee of $10, for repair. Board,
in Trivhte families, from, $12 to $15 a monib
Excellent board in nessess at front $8 to
$10. Entire expenses need not exceed
$125; ought not to exceed $175.
For further information. address
ltENJ A N1IN SLOAN,
Secretary of Faculty, Columbia, S. C.
aug 24, 1882 49 3'
I R ON WVO RK S
GREENVILLE. S C.
BEARD, LONG & Co
B)Y Sth August. we will be ready to re
.piair all kinds of I.\('al N Eft, EM.
G I N I'S, &c. .Laviung .i first ('hLass NI oulder,
will be able to do all k inds* of Qastvings in
Iron and lirass, eithere larige er h anal. ( )ui
Shopa ny sit uated at ('ELY & II ROs
W~arehaouse, Wesi Greeniville,' w here we will
be gluad to mneel our fvrends. anud (to any
work that they maty warvt. We buy Serap
lron, Brtass, Copper, Lea.!. &c.
\ l. IF. LEAR[D,
- Y & IERO.
aug 10, 18.92 '17 6m
'el' ()Eimelli .
1)1. WETI'oILK, \NSirs TETPlh'R ( INT
NIENT' will cure all Shin IDisae, suc ht as
Tectter WYormi, Ring VWol t, 8eald Ieaei,
Barb~er'st lIth, &c.
MANUFACTUInIn ANDi FoR MAI.K By
WholesalIe Druggists, Mansion Hlouse Dlock,
(Grecaavile, M. C.
For sale by DR. J. Wi. Q U IL LAIN, Esaley
jutae 1. 1882 Z7 6Gn
TiltE adveritiser Isiuvmtg been't periuuently
'clredl of that drtenal dliseae. Con~tsaiii.
lion, by ai simpule i'rmedy, is antxois lo
manke known to hn' fellow suillerrs ihe
mleans o cure. T. aill wlm. dlesit,, it. li. wvil,
senad a copy of the pirescripr ion tt'ed, (ftree
of charge) withI the diree:itins lot pre peina
anid uinvg thle !stone, wiebW I hey will ii i
aure Cure for ('outghs. ('ohls. Consumtii. 1
Asthma, llronachaitis. &c. P'arties wishiing
the rescipton,w wil pleae mbiess IP v.V
burg, New York.
Erroers ef' Youllia,
A GENTrLENIAN who suffered for venap
A from Nervous lebiliiy, P'remoi aure
D Lecay, and all the et~e ,vs of yoiultfl inis
cretion, will for lie sake~ of srtfiring hu,
moanity, sei free to aill who nieedl it, I he ir
cipe anid direcrions fort snakinig the simpijle
remiedy by which hie wis cured. Siufferer
wvishinag to profit by Iibc advert iser's( exper
rienice cian do, io by n ad e-sintg ini perfeet
confidence, J14)1N B..OOD EN, 42 Cedar1
street, New York.
feb 23, l882 28
H1OW LOS~T, 11OW RlICSTO101)!
I vst published, a new edit iona of nu. cer.
P) VERWELLS ii.~l-EnnAT.n, Es5AY on thle
rad~licail cure of Spe.rntnaorthwma or Semn al
Weak ness, In voluta try Sem~tinal L'osses, I m..
f ol e'cy, MI ettal and P'hy sical I nei puaci ty,
I mpedien'*~ to Ma trriaige, etc.; also Cor.
sumtpt ion, E~pilelusy, anid (ts, induuced lby
self liduvlgenice or seua txt ravagance, &c.
The celbrat ed 'ambetr, ini this viadmirableIi
Essay, clearly demoni lratesx, runt a ibti
years' sucecessful pr ae liue ha lit lie vilvi ritng
c nsequaences of ,elf abutse may bie iadict11f
cured, posinitg out a mode or cure iat (once
simple, certain. aind effectutail, lby mean~hs <
which every sufferer, nao manetr what his
cond it ion ma be, man ..,,... h tn..-e i ca...
Columbia & GreonOi k
CHANGE OF SCHEDULB.
Co.UmBIA, S C., October, 21st 1882.
On and after Monday, October 23d. 1882,
passCnger trains will run as herewith indhi
cated upon this Road and its branchew:
Daily, except Sundays.
1o. 62. up PASSsNEus
Lenveoolumbia LA] 11 42g a
Ait ion 12 61 p A
Newberry 1 67 p an
Ninety Six 8 48 p n
iiodges at 4 82 p a
Hlton !1t 1 65 p
Arriveat Greenvillent 7 80 y,
No. 03. DOWN PAS22NGER
Lenve Greenivill at 10 40 a ia
Bielton IL 12 1 p IM
llodges ItL 1 88 p va
Niaety Six 2 47 p La
New berry at 4 18 p g
Alst ol at 6 26 p a
Arrive at ColumtIbin [t. b 8 ) p to
S'ARTANJiL;G, UIN ION & COLUMBIA
No. 52 L;P I'At.,sNCIR.
Leave Alstou 12n2p
Srvt11 her 2( P
eti1 64 p
12 02 p 0
8 4 p tm
IArrves. 4j:Ivnduhicre 4 48 pn
Leve 1%-a ' ,, 1) dlepol (,1) 12 57 p in
Sprt' h, ,U &C de~pqt (0) 1 32 1)4
2 28 p m
3 07 P na
3 41 p o=
4 20 p ta
3i to, e , 4 15 p tit
Arrive 2 ion 5 22 p ui
LAUnio mI A ).
v'v Nelherry it 4 216 p m
Arr'ive III lna SIcin C 11 7 60 p Ut
Ivte Laurii-eiis 9 30 a lit
Alrive at Newberry 1 90 P ma
Leai veI flo,1geN lt 4 46 p a
Arrive :at Aibeville f 43 P la
ieivei l 12 18 b v ie
Arrive at 1llodges I 13 pI
Blue Ridge IR R & Adrc rnh
Leav' e lllon at 7 f
Andersoni at. ;X3~,i
Penlton t 1p
Arrivi' ai Waiilla 85pK
Leav t lhalla at]1( 2
l'enle1~o'to 4 ata
A ul h rso 11 4 i
A: tic ~c Be~bgt ct. 1 4)5 p ta
liojiti North herpof
'iVitii c &.i ~ ii oa c fr i 7 21lo p and
nil 1i.)illt'. Nor8ii I8cprctl
At. rive~ latt g e la (at. jiit 1 2jl 0hip
A. With. S C' Lliitrndl fon ChIaleton.
Vt it hV Wilmington coll. nn ~ bi andt An:gusat
lia:ilroad from' ihia*ngt on and all
Wi eoI thrri'road trom charltie NndI
a. wit h A '-heville'andi Spart anburg Railroad
ii -i, w ih Alitnt nol chairloltte Iivision Iieic
-1ch anixte ialinill ser inwa foru A
.1Vt oi' , nai perinveileunilaro.t
Cang rof Scheduld
ruorrid al iNoviller 6tail oad2 forall
W'iith' 'lrihington.ic 'oln ticAta andsa
linil roadlIci fior Wiiilungwilon and te
irb A brote toninhta ata Angst
fciv (om l i elero vi04lpe
u I.Iaith lap Jclichl o Diiion i ch p -
AiSt :hn<.'imte usdi ahig on. a C,
wibi i'lln mius- ster thA Colum
Airj. t i-wMI,iAs'lb n Pa 2' 02gent
Urichm nc &Dnille R6 aR
'Chang of Schedule
On in a f rNvme 1,18 Pas
e neTrinl 1evie n06e tlna a
aroit iotei (Air Line Dvsowilbelsle"
Leave, All inlt a '6 55 p mi
Arrive Annille 8 04 p a
LJ. V.8AR85 poineudei
Ilo t Inhe 11UANl 40 p N~
J. Y. 8Ann, Superintendent.
M. SLA UG'l Ell, Ocn'i Pasa. Agt.
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