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PICK ENS 0. H.,. O.:
HURSDAT, f f : T 15, 1883.
!'or etsba tonv511.5O per annum fortix
.nth&, 75 eetnt' arrie*p 4h ,fintsee
Adve thse nents tnserted at we *1?Ner ptr
uars of one itch or less for the ftrs? *lion
d Afi cents for each subsequent insertion.
iberal J.eount tnwA to +w' rmts and others
foertising for six monthi-or ly the year.
Obanery Notices and Tributes of Respect
crged ftr as odVcrtisements
A nnencing tCuttdidatee ffs 4*lrs in ad
C. C G. & U-0...
The Greenville News says Ex-Go. Ham.
,.l, l'reslAe%t. of the Otena, Cumber
,i Gap & Chicago Railroad. passed throu
s Greenville on the 10th inbt ant on his re
in from a business trip to New York in
e interest of his road Gov. ilagood speaks
mfidently of the success of the enterprise
i0 nys he completed impor'ant and fa.
,r:sble contracts for terminal facilities
th the Louisville and the South Carolina
-as. Encouragement was received rom
.pitalist in New York and the financial a
ut has left New York for England
respamce to encouraging .letters and with
-ospect.s as goed as they can be at, this
sr'y time- The prospects of the comple
on of the road, of at leartas much as lies
this State. within two years are excellent,
ogotiations being just now in the cot,di
on of reasonable probability of success.
The State Treasurer of Alabama, Vincent,
is defauted ?er $250.000 enA fled the
,te. Polk, the Treasurer of 'Aennessee de
mited for about the same amount and tried
make his escape into M exico, bit was
jtured and is now in Jail, awaiting his
eial. Vinc.nt, It is to be hoped, will be
',pl ured also and teturmed aad punished
o 4he full eateat of the law for his crime.
Vincent claims that speculatsons in Wall
ircet, in cotton futures, etc, caused his
v.ntfall asnd ruin.
'ho social positions of these high ofli
:inls should not shield them from the ex
reme puislment fixed by the laws of their
- .ites. A nt.n's positin in society or his
,ilicial position should not be an excuse for
isis crimes. A thief is a thief. it matters
not whether he belongs to ite higher or
lower strata of society, and there should be
uo distinction in punishment. We have
of:en thought that the crime of stealing
public monies by public officials should be
1un,ished by death. A few examples would
i,us a stop to the practice.
A New Enterprise.
if hsis enterprise here proves successful re.
move all his machinery dlown hsere and give
upj the business entirely in New flamip
ahire, lie is a gentleman of ample means
anid experience to make the enterprise a
success. Gradually toe men of thie North
are opening their eyes to thie ndvant 'iges of
the Bouih for manufacturing enterprises,
onto venture is succeeded by another. A
short time since, Mr A. C. Dioert of New
Jersey, started a shtoe nmanufactutry.in the
l'eunitentiary and, by close attenstion to bit
siness and honest work is building up a
fime reputation and an extensive trade, as.
suring conmplete success in hsis enterprise,
Now conies Mrw. Moulton and right ahonig
by the side of Mr. Djibert, in the samte
building, will manufacture stockings to go
-a:.ong with the shoes. We hope both en
terprises may prove a complete success and
induce many others to fellow them. The
manufacturing interest is growing rapidly
in the South, and the mills are gr adually
coming to the cotton. It will not be
1 ng until the South will be a greater manu
facturing section than the North.
The Americans Farmer for February 1st Is
rih int a great amount of practical and use
ful material, no branch of farming beinig
neglected. One of the conspicuo:ts featur
es always of;this journal is te reports of
clubs and other associatiotns, v.hlach give
thie methods of the most successful farmers,
truicken, 'ruit growers, live stock breeders,
ete, Its contributors are mna who are dai
ly engasged In thie wosrk of which they write
Thse P:mner tine also a ciholce departmsent
fur the ladles of the farm household, justly
popular with them.
Thsis venerable but wble-awake farm jour..
unal has been so long in the hands-of its
present conductors that they know what Is
adlapted to thie wants and conditions of our
agriculturiists, not one of whom butt will
fs14A a Priit-f in a sclhscriptions to it, which
Is $1 30 a year, orcinly $1 tooclubs of five or
more.. Sam.'l Sanda and Son, Publishers,
A little dasughtser of Mr. Blellew, of (Gow-.
ensville, Greenville county, died of small
pux ou the 4.h inetwnt, All of M1r. Beltew's
family have 1t.
Me A. G. Thomas, late County Commis
stoner of Bleaufort, clerk of the toww conn
cil andl editor of the Sea Island Ne w, com.
milted. anicidE one thesght of blhe8d inistant
by hanging hinniself. The cause is shroud
ed In mystery
Jusdah P. Benjamin, the Quoenes
*ottnscl, has- finally retired from theo
practice of his, professijon. Hie was
*dised by doctor. oi the highest
deputation.In Paria, that the state
~his heart, renders probsrasted ar.
h incow t nae for Mum. He
otherwise in good heakth,
M'3IL ftoh: Please inforin es why
d . Butherlntd aw N. 9. Wit.
Uaiu' papere'have stopped 'ro'ming
to this tfice. We have t'eceived
none the two last wroo,A. JPlease
initotM us if theirsubscfripLlons Iave
expired. Fratern4ly yours, &o.
2.111ti1o, P. M.
[The papers of the gentlemen
mentioned have not been discon
tinrtea, anl % rtro'n nitival at the
postoffice is no fault of ours. The
pape"asre eent regularly every
week from this office to the postoffico
at this place tot it-nswitmion to
"Rock." Why they have failed to
reach e 1 einl cation, we do not
know, If the issues referred to, or
any subsequent itues, have failed
to rach yur o v., 4soe inform
us and we will try to find where
the fault lit .--E i on ]
iesse Griffin, who lives near Mer
ritsviile.kin Greennille county, was
recently bitten-by dog he supposed
to be mad. He at once went to
Greenville city and had the wound
- Captain F. W. Dawson, of The
Netoe and Courier,4as.left, for Now
York, whence he will sail in a few
days for Liverpool. He will spend
several months in Europe, principal
ly in thq Southern portions of the
A ttnan of the name of Montgom
cry performed a gastronomical feat
in Greenville last week, which on
titles him to the eaters belt. [Le sat
down at a table in a restaurant and
first called for a half gallon of stewed
oysters. The oy sters were measurod
o ut, cooked and placed before him.
They wei soon dispatched, when
he called for four dozen scrambled
eggs which were prepared and de
voured by him. lie then called for
and ate one pint of raw oysters, then
upon a wager ate fourteen more
raW oysters covered witll brown
sugar. It. is dillicult to eati a single
raw oyster with sugar, on it. lie
offers to bet fifty dollars that he can
eat sixty quails in tfteen (lays-four
quails at a meal each day. We would
not bet our money against his eat
ing a keg of ten penny nails.
New York city is unhaphy. Her
taxes are already three times great
or than those of Egypt, England or
Fiance, (the most heavily taxed
mae demands on them, anid the paiy
of her teachers has been reduced.
Our Old Abandoned Fields~ are to
blossom as tbe rose; joy and glad
ness are again to visit our homses;
anid bankruptcy are to take their
11ighat before the ben ign march of
Ashlecy Ash Element.
A GREPCNVILLE. INVENTON.-I). II.
Bull of Sandy Flat has ju~st recei ved
letters patent for a biarraw cultiva
tor. of his own invention, for the cul,
tivation of corn, eotton, w heat, rice,
ute. The special points clai med for
it are the running close tothe p)lanits
without their ijury, and clean iig
the furrows of grass or weeds. I t is
very simple of construction, anid
will Cost less than the cultivators
now in use.
The Ohio and other WVestern riv
era have been flooded recently, doing
consideracle dammage to ps operty,
though no lives hanve been lost. The
water at certamn points has reaced
as high a point as it was cycr* known
to reach before.
Bostomn Corhett, the man who
killed Wilkes Booth is livinug ins Kan.
sais, engaged in the cat tle buisiness.
Hie has become a religious enthu
siasst, and in a recent letter to a
f rienid in Camden lhe say3s that lhe
has been dIirected by God to inifiict
daily corporal pu nishimont npo
himself as a penamnee for having t,
ken hiumani life.
SANCImO PANZA--Mays, there Is a
flure for everythlinrg eept donithi,
huat the world has bieen long about
finding a cure for many things.
NormanI I's Neu55tal izingi C Ord ial fills
the bill in onie r'e5piet, las it cuires all
dis,rders of' t,he st omiseb anid bo wels.
All scientists know the proneness
of insects to depoit t heir eggs in de.
L'ayed fruit' What erentecs worms ina
the human hod v? Th'in rk of thiis and
give Shiriiner's Indian Vermsifumgo oc
casionally to y'ou r clild1ren.
Ex-Secretary Blaineo is preparing
a political history entitled "TI wene,y
Years of Congr'ess from'Li ncoln to
Gatrfleld; a Ilisto.ry of National Leir.
islation from 18(11 to 1881." It, will
maike two Octaivo volumnes. No (date
is fixed for their appearance.
A New York chemist says lie
wants nothing more thain three
pails, a barrel ot cold water, and
~wenty cents worth of drugs. to
~nke six gallons of just such chum..
amgne as fools pay a dollar a pint
blra %tai7.s4 ieeaother year had
just passed, and aNew Year bas dawnedwith
everyltfi h Va,la i igent Providlftee
could bestow upon man to make him hap
py and prosperous, has been allotted to him
by ,the o4t*ous ctlrope ofth4e lptt year. Since
it has been some time since this section of
our County has been represented through
your paper, I once more attempt. to give
your many readers a few dote. Farmeca
are beginning with all vigor in preparing
for another crop. There has been a great
deal of oats sow' la this -setlon, but not
so much wheat, which I think is a mistake
in the latter. The farmers intend to use
guano as extensive as last year.
Unfoitunately for our section there are
only three schoolt in the -t'niro township
Prof McWhorter is still at his post at Gap
Ilil Academy. where he taught so success
fully last year and did so mu%%h in Aevelop-.
ing the young and tender minds Inst year.
There are also being a very successful
school taught at Praters. Creek, under the
gKted'ra ">tto"plished young lady., Miss
Laura Ellis. Your readts can see that we
are -omewhat vacant aA reg-irds number of
schools. But that vacancy is annulled by
the zealous and prompt attention of those
engaged in the good and noble work of ed.
ntcating the,youths of this section, in which
Daniel Webster so prop'hetidN'ily said was
one of the surest guards to pefpeluation of
the Ameii^an liberties.
Mr. W. N. Payne has begun to rebuild
his sl''re atAi% and will in the near future
have in full blast another store which will
add to the buiness and enterprise of this
Fortion of our County.
The stock law is still growing in favor,
and the bright an'tiigation of the comple.
tion of the Carolina, Cumber0and Gap and
Chicago Railroad finds a Ia -king place in
the hearts of the ninny over here. The need
and utility of it has Jong been felt and re: I.
ized by the people of Pickens County and
the State thtroughout. Onsvatris.
'Ct4sinas and New Year have passed
since you heard from l'umpkintown, all of
which passed off pleasantly except "angle
foot" from Oovertment distilleries- We
have two in our tiwnship. atd we hope they
will do better and regard Oe 'abbaik more
in '1ho fut mre.
We are doing very well with ''hog up"
and can do *ithtt.t lhe Wish- wash A.. We
have corn ple.t " -o sttll. and cain give you
some spara ri.4 s ->:., tif you wiil coine up
We notice thnt muauagerv of 'lectiot.' get
pay hnve We muan-tged '"er sit., ii.- -sir
render for no him' '"I . ilt io so y- it they
will aboli,'i a t .t A t.
Tell I e Grrnahalee they cani get somite
geese if they ailt 1:y itme tax.
We n otic' that J.rge Mack.y is going to
leave the State. Ile cotlt have gone long
ago if he had only menitionrst it, an.l we
could sparc others of his sort.
We had a lively deer huat on New Ye e.
Notary Putbbc Gillispie'. feet hurt him we
hope it is from tight M t ai m>r ry.mg
people. lie is better.
We are kiling ilad dogs, and preparit,g
mumutatin tt ttoo n1iL tt nimO enitoni
ini whicei they werme m"leept ing, jt
Seiverail of the nalmersm werea killed
antd oi,ber' aidverelIy wounlded.
Goorgiat has. 54 cot ton fac tor'ies
348,25t4 epinidles, 8,026 Io.tms. ThIe
E:glo and Phioeniix MIillIs areo te
largest., hiarving 44,008 spintdles Lad
J. M. CRENSHAW, M. D.
Phmysician, Sutrgeon andi O.laet e riciar. OJfhice
ait his D)rumg Glmore, nteatr cumsville.
Prompt at temntion to ail cally, daty ano
jan 26, 183 1g 2m,
.We a*e enterimng the New Year, anid wit h
it, renewed energy atnd enterprise. We'
extendim omir hieart teim t hanmks to our matny p'a
ronas for t heir libmerail; y dtur rig m he past
year. mad shlall endeavor to nierit a conamin
uace of the samae for tIhe year no0W umon
We shall allow no Goods to enter orr
smock m hmat we dio niot guiaraimce to wear ats
rep)resenmterd, and sihall coni itao thle mtatoa
wich metains provenm time secret of oumr siceceass
in theo past, thmat. is, all Goode are nmarked
Omut facilities for buying are sucih that
ne canm lie excelled lay none, andm equmalled
lby few, thterefore we unhmlesitatinagly snesert
that we cain make It to the inaterest of or
patrone to buy their entire bill fr'omm ouir
Of couirse thaere are lending articeles, suchb
as Shirtimngs, ?iheet ings, l)rills, liaids, Cal
icoes tand oilier letadinag branists which are
musually sold for little profit m autd thirora omit
to draw tradme.
All principal houses sell these leaders at
Itie same prices, bumt afteor yomu leaive such
lead ing tarticles and enter time dli feremnt de,
partmenats of our hioumse you will find a con
sideratble saivmtg in yourm pmurchtases.
J umst h-? a will 5(tate, hotwever, that youi
can rest a.ssumred we will always meiet time
prices for any and all such leading art ickes
as may front time to tme be tharown omut for
thec purpose of dIrawinug trade; at time sarrme
ia.ae will soil thmroumgh ouar entire dlepart.
ments at ouar usural low prices
We knomw thmat. bmying and selling for cashi
is amn old song, anti no doubht fins becomae
imonotonoius to umanay, btmt in order to fuilly
est ablish oumitr position, it Is necessary to
state that we get the benefit of alt dhiscot,
anmd decrive mianty advantages by uasinig Sp'Oi
hloping that otur business relations withm
all otar frienads will be extended,h anti that
this may be a prosp)erouas year to, eaich and,
We are very respectfully.
i, K. Morgan & Bro.
Co. lEnneombo atnd Coffeo Stt'eets,
(GR EENVIL LE, M. C.
feb 1. 18RR 1n ,3
Full etooltkwaye ob hand at, oedt'tpite.
Any Book tot in slock will be etMO'a at
Publidhe'Fe Prdb. firesk iot of 8tek'tondy,
Wall Paper a'>ed lWindo* kAt%68, bth.
mos and Pl#rti'e WAI*fes. Every variety
Gold Pens and Pencils. Albuta, Photo
graphs and Autograph. Choice lot Mis. I
cellaneous Book, H-istorlml, AfeHttl atrd
Book axd Stationery Store, Opposite
GRIEENVILLE, = - 0,
feb 1, 4888 1 1 Sm
I WILL sell at Pickens Court lilse on
Saledny in March next, at Public Out
cry, for cash, the Notes, appraised doubtful,
belonging to the estate of John O'ilryant,
deceased. J. C. O'BIY ANT,
feb 14, 1883 21-3 Adin'r
I WILL sell to the highest bidder at Eas
ley, S. C., at IPubae t imlry. on tthe 1st
day t March next, it It) ut',i,ek. A. M.. all
'he l'ersotltti I'nperty !n i l>itlibliiii Note,
belonging to 1' M. t\ i": tL OIN. dece:ted.
\\ .H. t\ E LitOItN, Adou'r.
feb li, 14N9 21 8
Notice to Debtors & Creditors
A LL persons indebted to the estate of T.
M. V LLiIOltN, deceased, will conic
forward and make payment, and those hold
ing demands against. said estate wili pre
sent them to the undersigned legally at
tested. W. E. WELItORtN, Adn'r.
feb 16, 1883 21 3
LIES near the Carolina, Cumberlnnd Gap
and Chicago Itailroad. Apply to
J. T. l'RICE,
Pickens C. 11 , S. C.
feb 8, 1883 20 3
N OTICE uF FINAL .,ETTLEMENT.
I hereby give notice te I will appl,v
to J. II. Newton, Judge of Probiate for
Pickens County, S. C., on the first day of
March next, for permission to make a final
settlement of the Estatr of u. W. McWhort -
ei, deceased, and to be discharged as Ad
niistrator of the sane.
V. W. NIcW IORTEIl, Adn'r.
feb T, 1883 19 .t
N OTICE OF FIN.At, S?T'TLE.lEFN V.
Notice is hereby given. 11at I will ap.
ply to .1. It. Newton, l'robate .1tidge for
Pickeus Comnty, on Thura:iy. 1st day of
.aI t,ll. h '$3, for leave to itke a Iitial
settlement of the eslVe of "loi-l IBrailey, 'he
ceas,'l, vntt u-k to be discharged thre.
from ias Administrator.
1). F. I:R \T i.EY, Admn'r.
feb 1, 18 3 111 4
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLE\ EN
1e chy give notice ttait we will tip
ply to .J. If. Ne"w-ton. .1udlg- of l'roh:uie toe
Pickens County, S. C , on the first day of
Mareh next, for pertmission to make at tiiul
settlemtent of the Esatie of .1. II. Whorter .
The Big Show Still
EASLICY-, t.. C
iTILY thiey con.e and yet they go. Thi~ee
kJOr M.\Rish,E iRUIt E.\US wilt not stay.
All kindius or Witlit a nd pa nel 1i'.hs, coine
andtil h len are gone.
Sinile., 'runidle', and1 Single lieds, all
\latt ''ree, C'hira intd Ierkers, a~ gi aides
A large vatraety of Extenisaon, Kiit cheni,
T'eapoy andh Center- Tables, Parl or and
UbIatonher Suai ts. Ltttunges, C radlecs, Critbs,
Wh at nots, lIat Rack.-, UimibrellIa St ands,
Uhtroimos, Miitoes, F"ramiea, &c , Kit chen -
aind Side Bloard Sares.
Always on band a general line of Under
tikers Suppllies, consisting of Caskets,
ilurial Cases andI Burtial Robets, for hothI
sex, all styles. Coflins 'ITirimed in any
s'yle of llandiles and l--e c, at all hoturs.
All Ociods at. bott cmi figures Call and
see for yourselves. No chiatrge tmadeo for
lookitug. Accept tha nks for past favors.
A. MY. RUtN ON,
PRO(PIIETOR F U RiN ITU llE: 110U8E.
ei. 15, 1881 21
Thaat are Trasly Wonm(ueru,l
C. P. 1?UNION,
EASLEY, . . 5.* .
.EVER ON TII E ALERtT WITi'l CASlK
in hinnd to secture Iirtgaians whenever the
oipportuii ity presentIs itself. NI)w look out1
for Bargains. Thie timtie loas conme whlen
yolu can get all you walit. See the1 fotllow
mng atnd go to C. P. RUN ION'S Emtpoium~i
and get lIargauins:
6,000 yarris Fancy PI'nts, 5 to 8 cents.
4,000 yards Solid arid Mottrnitig and Cur..
3,000 yards of Wom stedl, 10 to 35 cents.
2,000 yards Paints Goodsl, fromt 15c. to $1
p r yard.
Cashmerca and Alpnccas of all grades.
Bo0tM aiad SimoeM,
Of all styles and grades.---ood lirogani for
$1, Tap Sole $1.25. G1 ood litn (if Crock
ery, good lihie of Iliardware, Wood andl Wdl.
Stigars, 7 to 12 lbs. to the $1; Coffee, 7
to 10 lbs. to the $1 00.
.Just. receiving New Cropi New Orleans5
Syrup, from 42 to t2 cents per gallon.
Ilulf Pfatent F'lour' at $7 per barrel, Ex..
*ra Family, $ti.50.4
Mlacker'el, all Grades, Candy, ('onfec
tions, &c., all at C. P. IIUNION'S I
noi 9. 1882 8'
ITALT, R &CO.
T. W. DAIS' = STANT,
Greenville, S. (C.,
If Yo''A Wast Anything II I
the Dry Coods Line.
88 YDS. QUILT LINING -IOIt *1.00
32 1 ards Iemnant Prints for $1.00
10 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for $1.00
8 Yards Blnck t'ashn eves for $4.04)
17 YardlgThiri ing for S1.01)
12 Yands Diling;r 9 > l Io
2f Yards Ble:i:ehingft f~r $1 0(i
211 Yards CMood t'a hct for +'I -i
8 Ynr ' 'OiN Tble t:loit h'r $1.40
20 Va's- Lawn for $1.00
10 Yards Tiking for $l."0
Hone al'de Jeans at 400. per yard
Bed Ticking, kin to raw hide-" never
was known to leak a feather, at 26c.
Good Leather Ticking at 20c. A
We sell 12jc. Bleached Goods at lOc. per
yard, not a particle of starch in it, anl a
rull yard wide-it is so cheap At 10c. per
yard that we could not affotl to etli it
heaper by the Holt.
Ladies Dress Goods, we k'ep 1t peat
variety and at prices you canh11' Tail tu )p
We make a specialty of Bl:nk f'a?mleres
ir.d Alpacas. All we ask ctltomuers is to
xamine the Goods for them selv'e nnd thelit
rorm their own opinion.. Out' 33c. Aipnca
a as pretty As any $1.00 Black Silk ih ltiv
We will give $20 Re*ard to any one who
,an find any cotton in our 4t)c. Double T
Width Black Cashmere. Yro not. buy your
1i3nck Cashmera until you have seen ours.$
i1e will rav you some money onl the price
>f tltenm, C
Give is a call when you conic to It
And we will sell you )RY GOODS at the
very lowest figure.' 1 e pay cn.h for every G
lollars worth of Go,.ds, so we get the in F
ride figures on all Goods purchased, nni hi
4ell strictly for cash. so we will not h"aye A
n put on a larger profit on prites to Cover A
what we would lose by a credit, cnd ca.s,h
hu.iness tnge"ther. A
Iteoen,ber the .v1N OF TlUi l UNITED T
4T:A1TE. F' L.\G. S
.R W. POE & CO'S
n addiciit ion to our
unusually large and
ai ttracti~ve Stock
We'have, this Season a
Comiple tfand Ex- c
lensive line ofJ
BOOTS & sHioEs"
Dreenvilie, S. C0
nov U, 188*2 8om
- W. MARsI,AIdA & 4(
.Wt, M AftSI[A LL *g tti
iGft n111~ N C
.W. MAHMHt.IA .M& t,1
( "es-"1- 1 C
Willt.SA L"' A N) li!:TA IL
W llJI,.''A i.1 .\N1 IETAIL
WilO4.sAL.E AND IETAIL
-ALf IN DEN A DOME
IHE OFFERINt iOM l
We invite ali to give us a call. We bt
id sell il' lowest living cash prices.
If you need Dress Goods it will pay y,
call on us, as we have a barge lot of the
uods that n,tust be sold. We offer it Doub
idth Cashmere in Blacks athA Colors
wenty five Cents, worth folly Forty:i
cellent Black Gashmere for $l.lt0, wo:
1.25; a beautiful Bluck Ciashtmere for
ht+, worth $1.00; an all Wool BIlat
shmere for 60 cents, worth 75 cents;
rge .ot of other Dress Goods from 10
cents; also a cotuplute line of Bail
We offer our entire Stock of .Wint
uods, consietiag of Cassitnwren, Kersey
Iannels, Listrys, ilanket., Shaw.s, t sT
ii Basket Fiaittils, tic., etc.
T GREATLY IE-UCKD PIIICRS
T' GtEATLY REDUCED PRICES
T GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Smanke rocm for our Mamnoutt Stock
,ring G!+'d.- which will soon be here, at
h cha te will give %Itt1 notice.
I, Domestic GO.ods we nre the proniue
17 y tanis Good l'alico for $1.00.
1 4 y ardbs lie.s aheo1 for $ 1.00.
1 It y:anis Goo t Sh irl ing totr S 1 .0.
12 y:ard2. ltseavy )ri;lintg for $1.0A)
1.. yi t(ds Gmood l1ilahing~ tor $1 00.
10) ys td:, ExceIlleur1 ilachini g, nao si are
We invite G i. in hIatt t" Nive ass acet
tcenever athey nevel' g->sds. as .''r long e.
'litne I i10 baoles.aho liiness in CIa
C' (i.,:t 90 sible cash mtartginis, will ei
leau ti Io meetlt .Ai tata or Charlee t price
ving thIem freigtt besides.
One of otur Great Spseciatlties is our
TIROY CITY SiIlLTS !
TROY CITY SillRtT8 11
TROY CITY sillRTS!!
We sell a Linen Front Launtdred at
tlatundred Shairt for 50 cetits, sold ever,
sere for 75 censts.
We sell a LInen Frontt Lauitidered at
alaunadred Shhit for 50 cents, sold ever
.ere forT 75cents.
We sell a Llinen Front LaundlredI and1 Ui
atnared Shirt for 50 cets, sold ever;
acre for ~5 cenats.
A ,ineni Fronat t i itnforced Laitudred at
ialanttundrted Shirt for 75 cents, sold eve:
acere fot $1.00.
A Linier Front RIeinforced L,andred at
tlatirdred Shtirt for 75 cents, sol eyet
tore for $1.00.
A Lintett Front Reiforced Latundred an
tlattndred Shirt for 75 centts, sold ever
aere for $1.00.
Geniis, Ladies and Misses Hosiery
Gents, Ladies and Mieses Ufndervests
Ask for thte numtber 1114 beet 60 cer
irset ever sold.
Also a comiplete line of Buttons, Ril
ntt, Lace Cotltarn, F'ichts, lttdkerchi ef,
esi, tad Laces int~ White, Ilack andis Crean
d Silk lliantiket chiefs, White Lawtat
ekonets, Swiss Mutslins,. llamnburg Edg
(s, and evearythsing kept in a first clas
y Goods Store.
D)on'tifor Uet us when
i comec to Greenville.
n<I'Kl rememberP weV at
exvt to Fierguson &
U/ier's, below olcj
antM 1tanb~ 17
W. T. McFALL
FOR FIVE TEAS, COFFEE.
Sugars, Sy'rrpt, Flour, Ba
con, Lard, i
o'b Idao llMh u e
$00 4, xh4ovuj mvbil Ib ai,e .
Lether, Sole and Uppo'
Cup, Lead an%
OtrpentC% antd shoe Maki
E 'f'oaccos, tig:rs and Cigarettes. 4
al t reanonable pricee, and me
Ort 26, 1882 6
MALES AND F MALE8,
'y (Ealey9 S. C.)
FIIRST SESSION flr 188: will begin
n February 5th1 ndll continue five months
se Terms reasonable. Board can he hhd at
e moierate rntes, where scholirs will be unde"t
su5pervision of Teacher. For particulari
ald lress, C. W. MOOR E, Principal.
n jan 25, 1S83 18 4
:n Savo 1M0 _! sae Mcoe
AVING withdrawn ill ngencies nnd
. j l'lced our b,1;ines s fin a stliclly enshl
or hauis, whereby saving Agenl's (mnmissiolt
and lind l>elts. we are enabled to sell our
well known FiEl rILlZ R's. vi-:
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.'s Ianipulated
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co's SuporphosphatLa
iiret to Mlerchan s tnd Frm-mers at VEItl
of .OW I'itICSE by the ith-gle on, car 1n:1(
or itn larger IluatelIiltI for C:tsh.
Id Write- for p rices .
%V ilc, G il>b.4 & Co.
n. (' hnteu tl. . (., and sar,an,ah, it
EA:.. '*.- .Y ,
. e '.mnt:inly en hanmd thme fol
I it:0, SIliITIINO, DRILLiNt)
h 1- une, Flour, Corn Meal, lIran,
a;wm '.es, 8tmgar, Collam, tem, Grit.,
bil anmd Fainming lmnplemenm.,. These
I odsi will be0 banmghti and( told at the is w
est posibleb tigurme for minsh.
n Tihe balanmce of my Stock of General
it Aerchmandase will be sol at coat.- Come
-now anid secture bargainsi, and I will say te
.those wihose necnunm atId notes! are past
dlue aind up id, that I umust have my money,
Come to see me and we will settle and save
trouble and expense of costs, besidce I
wanut to sell you sonme
G OO D S.
Thomnking you for past favors, and s.e
hiciling a conttinuancine, I hmope youi will not
d1 torgem to give me at caN it- time Brigge'
Store Jlousae, Main Street, Eaisley, 8, C.
no 80. 1q82 . 11 g
ml NOR MAN'S
Altt1h And efreEtua temedy for the enre of
d ach ao Jdowm is, wiethr Inc rid t, em aut,
ptIttho Stomach without being
IPromptly relIewing DTsenftdry. Diarrh O.
crax Mrbus, Paler, Infatm,
n a ueA Acli ty oftho Stoac
Hleartbumrn, steck and Nferous
floadtaete and D1yapep.ar. May
be used in alt derangement. of
ml thelttomach and nlowel, from meaxation ot *he
Liattignes or a ohange of food or water.
tNE UTR ALUZIN O COR DIAL.
Ias >~! asant and harmless as Black
blrr'y V oboe S hot contai.1 Opiusa
and w illltot constipate. Special!ly recoin.
mended for Soeickness and Teething
Price tig, and $r.co per bottle.
Rotet byt all in'ldyyisIe Sad Dealeye C,e Med 1.ea, 4
1X0ELSIoR OHPMTOAL (00,
-Sole Proprietor., 'S
State of South C,arollina
County ot Pickerns
BY J. II. Ni:wro,x, Juno1 6r PIIOnA-ra,
Whereas, J. J. Lewis, (C.. liae nmdf
suit to mte,ogrhhii eer Ad r
staonof tihe Estate and effectri of Ja7mes9
These are therefore to cite aind admoni
i..h all and( singumiar tihe kiindred mand cred
immrs of time said James lonch, dee
censed,. tht they be mand at~pear before me,
inm the Cjot. of' P'rnhne, to be hwY4 mit P,ck
enma 0. Ii., on time 12th day of Mmmrchm 18
afier pubhlicamion hiereof, att Il o'clock in
thme fotetton, to shici envse .If ainy the'y
have, Wihy I hto toalt ndmtmhamtati,on. sho,uld ~ l
'imom he gentated.
(liven undier my rift<ml ut se41 th.le, th.e
fob ~, I J. *I I. NEWTON, 1.p,n.(1.
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