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D. P .3RADLEY.Editor
PICKENS 0. H.,8. C.:
TU$MA't, A 1 8, 1883
For subscription, $1.50 per atnnufs f
months, 75 cents; strictly in advance
Adve tiaements Inserted at one delle
euvera of one iuch or less for the fiet inset
wr.. ffty cents for each subseittrnt inaeri
Liberal discount umnde to *errhbante and of
advertising for ei. months or by the yedr.
Obituary Noticea end rributes of lci
ehargedfor as adocrtisements
Announcing Candidatee fide dollar. in
Govenor btepheis, or Georgia, was th
ght to be.dyiog at midnight Smtardnty ni
--.ct. iis physicians thought he could
-' live three hours.
Since writing the above we have see
copy of the Atlanta Conetitution in wh
the death of the great Georgian is announ
lie died at about 3 o'clock on Sint
morning. Mr. Stephens was Vice Pre
dent of the Confederate States, and onc
the ablest, purest and nsost. patriotic c
raens of the Union. lie was seventy-<
years old. and had been an invalid nea
all his life.
The term of the present Congress (471
expired last Saturday. The tariff bill v
finally passed by a party vote. The d,
in iron and some other articles control
by rich monopolies was increased, for
take of protrction, and directly against
:nterest of the toiling millions. The tc
reduction aggregates about $74,000,000
No practicable relief can ever be expec
so long as the Riepublican party reuainua
The Senate rejected the appointmenti
one Mobley, colored, as Postmaster
Union C. H., and E H. Dens, colored,
1'nstnaster at Florence, in this State, r
o.ufirmed M. K. Robertson as Postmas
David Davis, the pund.rous lnslependa
resigned the oflice of President of
-'enate pro tom, and Senator Eluonds
Vermont, was elected in his pl!sce.
Williamston township in Anrterson cot
ty voted last Tuesday week, by a very
olde-l majority, in favor of making a s
script ion of six thousand dollars to
Carolina, Cumberland Gap and Chic
Belton township in the same cou
voted on Friday following and cat rie
ainlhr subscript ion by a majority of c
This secures twelve thousand dollars to
road, which means success to the eut
The First Comet of the Year.
A little before seven o'clock on Frit
evening last, whuito Prof. Lewis Swift,
rector of the Warnxer Observatory, llc
fer, N. Y , was scannxing thme western a
hue discovered a brilliant comeot locaIted
the conustellat ion of Pegnatus, near thlea
Jieta. rThe tnew comnet is mnoving eastw
atnt is very bright. This is the first co0
discovered durinug the present year andial
thue first discovery made by meuanus of
new telescope of the Warner Ob'ervate
which is the largest private telescop
The~ owners of thue Columsbia and Gre
ville ltailroad have endeavored to handi
the Anudersoun/n'tetligencoer by electing
edtitor to the position of a 1Director ot
road. Ileinig a unemnber of the Legisluat
in addition to lisa connection with thue pra
they purobably deem him desirable mate
to have on their side. It is a plain el
but we will see bow it works.--Ande,
[if the~ purpcee of flue owners of the (
numbiaa and G reenuville Itailroadl is to hat
cap the Intelligencer by electing its edt
to the position of D)irector of the roadI, v
bet a jews-huarp that they have tmade a n~
Mre. Johun C. Ghuerry, a promuinentr
highly respected cit izen of Pendletoni,d
of sueningetis week before last. Hiei
sixty years old and hasd never beetu m
Mr. HI. E. hlollingsuworth, of Taylor
Greenville cotunty, has invented a framet
go around the necks of cows and prev
them from sucking themselves. Thxer
invenution hias beetn experimeunted with
'one of huis neighubors cows wuth success.
John LeConte, for a number of yea
prominent law; er of Columbia and assis
Attorney General under Attorney Gen
Conner, diled of constumption at Pus
C'olorado on the 26th tilt.
Ex-Governor lin good, President of
Car>lna, Cumberland Gap and Chi
Railroad, expresses himusehi as being
- d fident of hIs ability to renew the wcr
construction at an early day.
B. A. Terry, white, of Chesterfield col
administered rat poIson to his wife in v
key and klledk he.'. He fNed, but the pe
am the neighiborh.oo the murder s
determi,ed to capture him and make al
orkt of his cate before Judge Lynch.
Henry Ward I3eher,afkn preo
jg the gospel Afty years, has eo
4 $s e0 conclusion tbat, he s WI
umn the God Who mnad4'him. 13
nefols than Beosieenha,e ome
~ uo *oncelson ?. a phor
L Vntedl Itates Oourt.
The Oreenville correspondent of the New
end Courier speaking of the work of the ex.
tra term of the United States Court at Green
ville, which closes this week, sayei
Dur:ng the term, Which has lasted tout
weeks, fifty-spren acqtittals and forty con.
victions. 8lixteen persons pleaded guilty,
and thirty-one ties were discontinued,
taking in all one hundred and four cases
disposed of, all of them being viol,ations of
r, the revenue laws, such as distillery, renov
lag and concealing and working in illicit
dlstilleries, and retailing liquor wit. oui
having paid thr special tax, The work of
the speolal term has nearly cleared the
'f | heretofore heavy docket, All of the civil
business was tiontinued to the August term.
Monday and Tuesday will be consunted in
per the sentettoing of prisoners. and the Court
-lion will be adjourned sine die protab'y Tues
ion. day afterttoon. None of the convictions
. are for offences ot'a very grave character,
and it is not likely that any of the parties
will be sent beyond the limira of the State
pect for Inprisonment. .lost of the defnedants
being front Greenvtille. Pickens and the ad
ad- joining Counties, they will doubtlesa all be
consignd to up-country jails for terms va
rying from one toeleven tmonths
ou- Rev. A. P. Nicholson will move
ght from this p'ace to day (Thutsday)
"ot to his chtIrgo in North C:u-olina, and
we are informed that Rev Dr. Riloy
ica will movo in next week. Dr. Riley
ed it will ho soon by all advertisumont
lay in this istyo, a1118 Consented to a.ssist
si in tho natuageinent of' the school at
b this place. This p'osages mtch 'or
mie the odutational intorost of ou' to' ti
ry and County. Iio )f)rt'sses i flne
education, (being a grad unto of the
South Carolitna College,) a pitiloo
h) phical nind, antd has had a long an d
ras nuccossful expot-ionce in teaching.
led As an educator lie has noR stpriot'
the . und we most heart ily con) gratulte
the our citizens upon securing his servi
tal ees at this place. It is a long stride
- it the right (ite-tion.
i in From the Salu,la Argus.
Jas' P. Cary, Esq.
t of We are sorry indeed to learn that Mr.
at Cary, the Folite editor of Ite Argus has de
as cided to leave (ireenwood. Ilis presence
md among us has been so pleasant., and his
ter manners so gentle, that he hs become tin,
iversally popular. As an Editor, he is
intellectual. far -seeing and courteons; able
nt, to conduct journalisin upon high and fair
the grounds, butt when necess try, can driee the
,of Irenchant pen in hold detfenc.. of his own
notions and position. others to the contra
ry- his removal will be it loss to Oroen
wood, but a gain to Pickens, where he goes
in. to practice the law as well as to assist in
le- editing the SENTiNs.' Iis nmany friends
ib. iu Greenwood regret his leaving. but wish
the him great success in his now field of labor
go and thought. Ftattsns
EDITOR Su NTiX,1-: Knowing your col
nty umns to be a medium throughi which liberty
d and justice are defendecd, we ask to occupy
ne. sonic of your valuable "." .. .......
er- irag ordered arid inanaiged by thle Ti us
The firstm intat ion thle people of' lie
vicintiiy of Eighteen M'li le hadl of tn "elec
tion ," was given by a itot ice posed itt the
lay school house by the Trusilees, whlichi not ice
Di - statedi it substaunce, thait on thle (PIh Feb,.
es" ruasry 1 883, an elect ion would be hueld it
ky. this place for (lie purpose of choosiug a
in teacher to teach at this place. The person
tar receivinig the large.st tnumbher of votes
ardl should be the t eachuer. On thile n ppo inted
inot dlay (lie qtuliftied vot ers turited oiiu t iid de
uso claret their choice, whIichd fell uipon a younig
(lie itatn, whose namie we are not at li berty no
ry, use, bitt whoi se chairaciter is un imapeach ed -
Ii save only tl' a few of the "cho-en few,"
because lhe differs withI them omn one of thle
tenets of thie popuilar Itheology of thle day.
-The Trustees, instead of givinig (lie schotol
Sit to the onte of the people's chocic, bieitai 'ed,
liat juggled, w hi spered and ordered the people
Lire out of thie house, anid fimilly gave ihe school
.C5 to the defeated party. But for a show of
tee justice, they uissignted (lie one elected to a
olt school t hat had a teacher oif their own
'choice, who only asked thant t heir pnrtion
3o01- of the school lundl lbe biehil unitil suminmet',
idi-. that their teacher miigl. he exained and
( or get a ceitificiate.
e'll The "cksz.en few'' of lie last imeitioned
tie- nieig'oorhooduu bei ng fullI otf zeah for thie
Mad,ster's cause (?) as a mnattecr of course
objected to the teiacheir givent thieti, ont (lie
ind grounrd of irel ig ious prej ud ice. P leaded by
ied onte whom wc will teram the "lishop,'' (hey
as immnediately took meiasuires to prevenit a
ar- person, who believes whiat the iBible teiiches
in regard to (lie justice, nieircy and kind
ness of thle Fat her of nanitk ind front teach.
s's, ing the school at thait place. Whalit does
to this show? We thlink it shows heyotnd a
ent douibi that America catn no loinger boast of
ew her civil aid tel igious hi bert ies. Wh len
On riot only a mart is deoprived of his rights, hmt
a entmmuntity is debharredl froim nadvancinrg
saits educat ionial int erestsa by the rel igiouis
atprejudice of "mien in high phiuces," two of
rant whom have ocnupied higher places on (lie
bl list of oficers in this Cotunty. When a com
b, mnunity is led by so etilighitened a person
age as (lie "Blishop,"' well ray (lie Conmmu.
tenist and Nihilist cry out against (lie Priest,
a o Oh ! shadee of (lie patriots of (lie Revo-.
k of. lution returnt aind protect (le liberties for
k fwhich you suffered, bled and died? Yon
could allow a persoin to "Worshiip God ao,
cordling te the dictates ofhi osine
tnty But sucht is not the ease itow cnine.
ople ~~ - - + e n n Y
eem Er.XuanT, 1st)., Feb. 24.--Anna Hasrt a
tort hantdsomie and accomiplishied young lady
was badly crippled a year ago by a fal
and has uince been compelled to use crutch-.
es. Pity siians purononnaeed her incurabul
ich Of late both herself and her frienids ha,ve
been earnest in p,rayer thea she might be
me relieved of her affliction. Tthis miorln
aet whdle she was engaged in her devot.lom
she felt a peculinassensation ini her hmanis
*tg and upon rising tound that their use hail
to hieen fully restored. Shae can now walk as
before the accident.. The miraculous crure
was' *t.he t}Ieme of. conversation hero to. day,
thue fsmly being wyell known.
ORKRNIVLLI, 8. C., Feb 21, 1888.
t Editor Preken, .en,nel:
r Please state to those buying Slono Guano
that ample arrangements will be made to
take cotton in the Fall at Easley Station.
They can deliver their cotton there a well
as at Oreenville, Respectfully,
FERtGUSON & MiLLER,
Thi>e Piectentq Instituite
I iIIE Exercises of the Picken, Institute
will be cntinued as a i'rivale School
tihrough the remainder of tile schoinstic
year. with the nasistance of REV J. it.
RILEY. U.U. nnd two Experienced Teach
era. iustrumuental and Vocal \Insic will
he taught by sin a-;complished Tencher. 1'u
piis received at any time by the quarter at
the tollowing rate per quarter of 60
Latin amid (ireek, $9 00
Higher lathematics, 6 00
Intermedinte Deparment, 4 00
Preparatory Depart ment 3 121
A fee of One Dollar per quarter will be
assesvssed to meet locidentalr.
W. M. McCASi, 1N, Principal.
R. A. t.t.n, Chr Board Trustees.*
march 8, 1883 2.1 3m
NOTICE is .herey given that the Books
of Registrntion for Pickens County,
are now open in my office at Pickent C. It.
S. C. for the Registration of nil persons
who have breconle entitled to register since
last general election, on first Monday in
each month to and until the first Menday
in July, itclnsive, preceding the next gun
eral election. upon which last naned day
the san,e shnll be closed and not re-opened
for Registration until after the said general
W. A. CLYDE,
Supervisor Rtegistration for 'ickens County
mnarch 8. 1888 24 tt
State of Sout.tI Car-olia
- COUNTY OF PICKENH.
1Y .J. If. NWTON, Jt(nut or Peonr.
Wherona, It. S. McWiortvr Ia' made suit
to tine. It) grant him Letters of Administrn,
Iton of the l:state and effects of Juda Mc
These are therefore to cite and admon
i al il and singular the kindred and credi
tons of the said Juda McWhorter, de.
ceased, that they he and appenr, before me,
in the Court of 'robtte, to he held at Pick
ens C. If., on the 2241 (lay of iarcn 1883,
titer publication heecot, at 11 o'clock in
the fnre"noon. to shety cause. if any they
have, why the said Aidntinistration shoutld
not he granted.
Givetn utnder my lfand, this the bth
tay of \larch 189-1.
. Ii. NiEWTON. .n r...c.
m;archlt , 1883 ; 1 .
N OITIC1, 0' FIN.AL$T''.~lE '
I heriy give native hant I will apply
t . .1. i. N evitt. .ltnlge ot- I'iitt nte tnr
1'c eni t c e . i ' inty. nn l itrin y s 3] ttutlait
for lenve to make a tintl sn'tlement witi
ty vntitd, don-. r mattnt+ n and la-y .1.
oper, tnu I a k it be dtch:rgetd theroliroi
as l tninutl.u
1. T. ANTihONY, Gnarilian.
mitrch 1. 1 S83 23
Om, IHag SoluMe,2 Stono4.
II )'mtz wVla I ntan earlty start, S3tono
wdti give it to you,.
i yont want a baig nutnik with iota
yu of liii ha tt'e stoneq.
If ou wnnt atn eatry malnttuty
if you want a Big ('rop
wtill entake it.
It cols a :s tmch to cumltivate an
ttcre andtt maike 1-2 balo cotton asM
it does to use the~
anti tmako a whiole balo to theo acre.
USE OllEAr P iOOibS A NI
Use STONYO and make
FERGUSON & MIhTlEft
manrch 1, 1883 23 5
~XTi1A fie Stat ioneny, in great variety.
I'Ch'ieap Writjig Material, also firsot class
Fantey Wiood tand LenthIner,boud btox Patpe,
termes, Silk pimushn Photo and Aiuiographn
Albmsn, andm a g reat variety otf goonds, use.
fin a is welt ats orInam2etnl . Aliso, a larege
Stoick of F"r4irttlss Silver late Ware, Wut.
Iftogers' liraind Ktnives an,l Forke. Sponns,
:tc. A great variety of Jewelry, Warchies,
C'locks, S pectatcies, C obi Silver, Steel aind
Celluloid . Tine largest assoi iment of Cart
ridges and Pistoala.
I will not he uindersoldl. Itcpatri ng~i of
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry dione P'~t prmtly'
Main St., 2d1 Door North of WVainng on.
GAREENVILaLE, - - S.,.
march 1, 1581 20If
Not ice to Teach,ern.
SCih00l, COMM 183 lONER'S OFFICE,
P'leKusV. hI., Feb. 24th. 1883.
P'icke.ns Coutity, will meect on the 9nth
noii 1(0thi days of \liarchn 1883, for thne pinr
pose of E-xtnauiing rT-ehers.
All iICTecher whtose Cerlinfictes expire
beforen'i tIne hftirstiirby mmid S'tt urday in
.1 inly next, will ben, neqir ed to ii(cOnt biforeo
the 1itnrid atind ua binin (Certi licnates. and aliso
all other persons wino dlaire 10oIteach in
All applicants who desire to obtain the
Secondi or TIhird Grade6 (ertincoate will be
examined on Friday. 9th. and those desiring
thne First Grotde will be examninetd on the
10th of Mlana. 0. L. DUIRANT,
- $ehool Commisioner Plokeoo Coun,ty,
mAucet 1, 188&I 23 .
From George-s Creek
Mn. EnITOR: The farmers are pre,
paring their lands for planting thei
crops. Nearly ill thu fall sown ont
were frozen out. Farmore are ptir
ohasing imnprovod agricultural iin
plemonta, this is one stop toward
Vo havo ono of the nost poaco
ablt+ sections in th", County no Wik
key, no distillerios-'l'ho people art
delighted with tbo t,ock-law an
would not return to the old systen
for any coosideration. Wheat is
lookrn;g very well.
Antioch church is being painted, and
13. S. Pre.oman, on0 of our County
Commissionorts is havinj his dowel
ling painted. We lack only one
thing to nalce ustt happy and pros
porous pt"ople which catn not be ob
tained until tberoi i a change in the
publ c school systom.
Wise Words from Washington-Our
W A4Iu1NctoN, I'h. 22. 1883,
lie . Harry Lammond, .hech Island
1)rAIt SiR-Iermit me to suggest
to you that in maitking up your
liand I(ook). the timher on the sie
of the mou,ttntatinIs in Oconeo, PicIc
ens, Greenville and Spartatnburg i
worthy of being mado a conspicuous
IeauInr in thu it111.nara mInatet"iri re
sources of our Statu. 'Therv are
vast guantitieS of this Limber
many varieties of' it are of vtry nu
perior quality. '1'ho malnutfaeLurera
of (ireernville Coach Factory, which
have hiad a Stat an-l Southern rep
utaLion for nearly a haIlt cetunry
aro made -rom I his Linbor, and thoui
t epntation is largely owing to itn
dur..hility. Thore aro Vast quiatti
ties of spruce, humlockc. blaeckguin
hickory and white oalk-a groat de
of p,phr"r tiand walnut and som
beech. My law library hero is il
beautiful cases madu in Grecnville
of Greenvillu poplar, and sa wed oi
my own lanid. I have in ny oflicr
hero a desk and record ease made o
Greenville walnut. Tihe opening of
LhiH timber to tho markut will be
worth moe than ill the cotton gro.
wn or manufaItur'e'd iii tieser count
tier, for half. a century, provided it i
manuf:ttnred at homoi into fnrti
ture, vehlicle", a._ricultural imliste
ment,s, ( v tt ha dlus) hanis t.-rs, rail
ings, &t", Tho Spatairnhur' san
Asheville lIailroatd lias ".itepll ,I in -
rmlre iJtan Li' ico of this I imnber by
Wilmingt.on, N. (I., to thin Nmt Li
and to Eur-"pe, e-perially, h'aIk I.
curt aind pine for ship btuilding. Gen.
liagood's Knox' illo :tirova<I wil
Ltraverso a splendl1 Seution of I his
tim i er iu ,...., I w .,. - ... .
igan, WXiscoisin6 and6 otl.er No.rthi
rri arnd North We'ternr stat's 'Ilamsi
onniig lor' prtLectio tr Lunhler ais ai
matitter el arb'olute niees,.ihy rued
their Setor(rs andl lipresenrttive
refuising to vote 161r the~ tr ill' bill ol
tiheir oiwn p:u6Ity unles1 prot~IeecLioni i
giv'en their int'rest, wvo inny wvell
blegini to corlsider thle ino 1 of weaslthl
whliebi is at ou o .vn 0I Ilor., anid w-bide
is und(0%eIeoped'c. Iait ing' ais are1 in,
vostmjenets ini thie liaiiufic'tiure of the
couer11i cottion fabile's, tihey do rot
c'omril;e with I he mniinrfato*~ro of
tis tiniebe". Th'e machlriinery is les,
gilei. IL requir es less skill-d iabor'
to operate ri, :ard Liho rauw mahtei.I
is iat handrt anid the coist, of utilizini
it, compara1i'ti vely smalil.
WVhat we need is, t,o let the exrs
enio of these Gr'estis iand the varre
I)y, anrd quarilit y ofI their Limber he1
k nowni in thie rmarkets of the counetry
anrd the rmoney') wiii riot long lo Wai
Linrg to penetrate t them wn'ithi N a row
guage~( Iitiiroads, rand to dot thiemr
wvit b mille, turrrirg rithies anod facto
ies. Th'iio implor'tan lt wvork uplon
wieb o aregged can greatly
aidin bmIolgolg about11 this iretuit
anrd I anm sure that6 you willib halrp.
I'y Lt) 11se all oif y-ouir po(wer to coin
ibuhteto 1 their end.(
1 aiim, sir', ve.ry ies pect fuly,
War. E. EAr,A
JDear Br'other'; We'ber: A comflpanyr
of Jurois at tenrd inlg the United St ates
Corit ni- r'envill'.S. C.,.last week,
in : converstion4 ai(iit t,hii r iotiginrrga at
lie lhv ~er'sio IIot eli, on Lthe subec
of m)issiolns, conculuded that it was
important1 ito i.en af(l prire gospel to
Lthe petople liveinig on Crowv Creek,
w i!hic is an isoilitLed portLion of Lthis
mountaiun courntry'), wvhero very littLie
aitentLion is giv'en to reiguion, arnd
mneih Lto illicit dlistiller'y. WV. A.
l.esley was present., an rd hiis sen ti
monert is, that whiero two or three
are ganthe red t ogethei r a coll ctiob n
shold be L.akoni inl the midst, }ie
occor'dinugly pa1ssed( roun id the hat,
andl hats since0 trn red over to me the
resulht of t,hiir liberal ity', to be a'ppli.
ed a1 shove indiceated. Itf0 os'
who id esire to srippiress ovi I an d pro,
miote good wvould do likowiso), we
could( supply Lthat anid other needy
sect ions wIiih a pure' gospel. Lot
e'ther'jjuroira follow t ho l example giv..
en hy t hivs ,9 P. II JhIwell, in
Easley. ES. FeI~ib. 22d.
IF Wt H AT.-If y on airO treilol withi
grr ping pin s in thle Fr omach, 11g6
N ormani's Neutralizing Co)rdial. If
t roiubled with nrauseai, sour stomach,
fl utulenicy or hear thurn, liso Nor
manii).' Neuitiraliing Cordial. It is
pleaisant to the taste,.neeeptable to
the attomaia nd rno bad effect. tol,
W. MA5ALL & CO.
Greenville, S. C.
Come One, Come All
TAKE ONE LOOK at OURt
Mammouth Stock of
Just Received, and being
teceivcdl by every
York and the f actories.
OUll 1)RES GOODS are unnt nally at
traclive this Ipri ng. We centwoce by
t"howing you a line of llal Worsted Dress
(ood, at 10 cents.
A handsome line of Dress Ginghams at
An elegant line of Pekin Stripes, 12,.
worth 16 cents.
beautiful line of Lace )ress Goods,
15 cents, worth 20 cents.
A lovely lue of Brocades, 161, worth
Nttu's Vei!ing in New Shades, 33}. worth
11LA('lI GOODS i% one of our Grea'
spucia'tis. 11e have thten trou i- ' to
$1.50, consixti g of Culatmeres. lirocades
l.aee Goods, Na'nt': Veali,g, 'rnpu Cloths,
and A lr,c-s.
He a-tor unl se. onr Double Width (nsh.
t.crt. for 25 cents. worth 4it) cents. 'Tht
Iargest atnd1 prettiest lot of Calicoes ever
bret,ht to Greenville are to be seer at out
ti l a n. , i:.. _ .p t
(a all. Ut 'ge al Utinelte
Etoc t E Dic GOOa l ca ndjl~
NO10l(NS, auittale foar
thau~ eattattng sentuts. \'
ast either Ch.arlestoa ort Ai,
Cot tonsades frotm 12) to 33 cents.
Sprong Jetans tromc 10 to 33 cents.
We htay e over l100 diffetetnt styles of Gents
('aloredl Ilose tat 10, 15, 20 sand 25 Cett.
Ladihes Colored atad W 'hite II ne fromt 10
to 25i cents.
Chilldren and MIiaes Iloae in endless
g1nanties from 10 to 50 cetnts.
We defy comtpetitionr itt our Stock of
Ilanadkerchaiefs, bothI itt regatid to assort.
maen. and prices it will pacy you to see thtis
one line of Goods, as you can't help pro.
nounacing it complete and cherap.
Gloves, Gloves, Gloves.
Ohibiren's White anaeI Colored Gloves
Ladies' White tand Blaek Gloyte
Ladies' Colored and Bilack Silk (Uleves
Ladies' White, Colored and Black Lace
Gentlemen's Wite and Colored Gloves
Be suare you see this dlepartmleat in ottr
White Bed Spreads
Frotm 75 cents t o $3.50. Whaite, Brown,
tnd Tu' rkey ited Table ('loths, thes most
omplete Stock ever exhIbited in any RetaIl
i)oylies and Napkins to maticha.
'rom: 6 to 75 cents.
The best 25 cents Towel you hanve ever
D)on't forget one "8314 Corset" whent youa
want a 60 cent Corset-af you. want a real
:oodl Corset buty otEr "True Comtfort."
We are tiellinag all DJometst ic Goods at thIe.
lowest possible prices. Ask toa 'C' oua'
.C'" lileach,a atad' yott will '-C'' the be it 10
:etas billencha yo t 'E.er did IC.
E. W. Marshall & Co.
'Wholesale and Retail,
NEXT To FElIGUSON4 & MILL'S,
below the old Court lHouse,
G~REEN?VILLE, . . s, .,
tarat I 1 13
IT WILL PAY YOU'
T. W. DAVIS' OLD STAN,
Greenville, S. C.,
If Y'ou Want Anything in
the Dry Coods Line.
88 YDS. QUILT LINING FOl $1.00
82 S ardo IRemnant l'rints for $1.00
10 Yard, Worsted DIress Goods for $1.00
8 \ards 1liack t'asht cres for $1 00
17 Yards Shirting for $1 00
12 Yards D:illing f..r $1 ()
20 Yards Bleaching for $1.00
20 Yards Good Calico for $1.00
8 Ynrds Oil Table ('tnth for $1.00
20 Yards Lawn for $1.l00
10 Yards Ticking for $1.00
lome Ilado Jeans at 40e. per yard
lied Ticking. kin to raw hide---nover
was known tc leak a feather, at 25c.
Good Lee ther Ticking at 20c.
We sell lc. Bleached Goods at 10c. per
yard, not a particle of starch in it, and a
full yard widle-it is so cheap at 10c. per
yard that we could not afford to sell it
cheaper by the Bolt.
Ladies Dress Goods, we keap 'n great
variety and at prices you cannot fail to ap,
We make a specialty of lack Caahmeres
and Alpacas. All we ask custtomers is to
examine the (loods f,- them selves and then
form their own opinion. Our 33c. Alpaca
is as pretty as any $1.00 Bl;ack Silk in the
We will give $20 Reward to any one who
can find any cottou in our 40c. Double
Width Black Cashmere. Do not buy your
Black Cashmere until you have seen ours.
We will save you some n,Hone' on the price
(live us a call when you come to
And we will sell you I)1Y (;OUI)S at tht
very lou est tigtto. 1 e pity -ieh for every
tdollars worth of (oods, t we g.t 'hi-t in.
ritle figures on all ( ,G rs ptrch:t.i
sell stric ly for catsh, -o w, AV1t it " I.
to ptt on a l.t g.-r protit ;t J.I :e
trhat we would +o"e ty :t tredi. at t. -
bulrin,ess t o,'rt)"
Mi. J. SMITH, Ag't,
T'HE LELDER CF LOW FRICES.
EA.I1EY, N. O,
\ Xl I.L keep conet.trly otn bial the tol
IlA'TS. C.\ ,110. $11IIt TlINfi, l>)tllt..1Nt3
ailt , .\iaIoutatte . S lg:ar, ('0otfee, lUcte, (tiit .
a'oaids will lbe bantghit :and .sold it the low.
-st pos!iible tigure for ctash.
Thec balanice of myt Sto':k r (;i-ner:ti
\lerchanise will le aehl L' cost, tonme
tow and secure ba is .an.l I will s:y to
liase whotse accoats andu nte. are past
tue antd up id, tat I musts haive miy money.
7otne to see me and we will Stttle andi save
rouble and expensec of costs, besides
want to sell you some
Thtanking yott for ptat favors, and so
ielting a contitiuance, I hope you will not
'orget to give mte a call at the Biriggs'
~tore flotise, Alain Streeg, Easley, 8, C.
nov 30, l8211 l
I'Imat atre Trumly Wonaderfuli
(J. P. RUNION,
INIEEY, -m N. C.,
EVER ON TIIEU ALER(T WITil CASIt
n hand to secutre largainls whtenever the
ijpaortutuliy pre'ents itse.lf. Now look ot
or liarginis. IThe timte has comte whten
'Ott cant get all yout witait. Se t he rfitlow
ng antd go to t . P. 11 UNION'S Etmporiumt
iti get liairgin s:
,000) yardls Fitncy Prinits, 5 to 8 centts.
,000) yards .Mol id anmd .'l ourninitg andi Cur-t
,000t yards of Worsted, 10 to 85 cent..
,t00 yeards Panlts Goods, from I 5e. to 51I
p r yar(l
aishmneres and Alpaceas of all griades.
Iloots 81nd ShIoes.
)f all styles and grades--Gl ood Brogan for
,Tap S;aa, $l 25. Good tine ot Crock.
ry. g.ai Iin tof lIIr d ware, WVood a nd il- I
Sup:nri, 7 to 12 Ib!. to ihe $1; Coffee, 7
lu1 a. to tthe S $100.
,Just receiving Newv Crop New Orleans
sytaup, from 42 to 62 cents per gallon.
hialf Paitent Flour atL Si per barrel, Ex.
ra Famtiily, $tS.60.
Mlackerel, all Grades, Canidy, Confec
ions, &c., tall at C. P. RLUNION'8.
nov 9, 1882
Al)VERLTI8ERS t8send for our Select
Li, Local Newspapers. Geo. P. 2
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Lokto Your interest
Every one sli9nkl consult his interest an4
invest his muney In such property as willt
p.ty the best interest on the investment.
' e place before the rt,blio one of the
largest STOCKS of DItY 0008 and
SHOES in the up-coursy, with ptice
hrdly to be equalle,i.
We make a sptcialty in Thsck 8illis atd
We soll an all Qruol lack Cahtrstelt at
38 cce per ya+,, Sold elsewhere at 40
'Ind 46 Cen'.. Not one thread of cotton td
he found in this Cahtltere. We think it
cannot be matched in quality or price
Our 40 cents Black Cashn .ere is of real
Our 50 cents Black Cashrere Is a perfect
The best 65 and 76 cents Bh ok Cashmere
to be found anywhere.
Black Siks at 00, 76, 85, 100, 125, 160, and
so on tip to 250 per yard.
The largest line of Black Silks in the up
per purt of the State.
Ten yardsi Bleaching (worth 121 cents per
yard) for 100
82 yards Remnant Calico for 100.
18 y.rds (ood Shirt ing for 100.
8 peice i'reton 32 inches wide for 26
cents worth 86 cs.
16 yards white Corded P. K. for 100.
10 ynrds white Check Muslin for 100.
We handle the celebrated Warner Bros.
rorsets (Iiealth Coralliue and Flexible
.. IH. Morgan & Bros 60 cents Corset
Manntnctured for us by Warner Bros' is
lecidedly the best 50 cents Corset we haye
We shall wage war on high prices.
Our prices will inletest our competitors
and benefit the purchasers.
We will be pleased to show our Goods.
1, H. Morgan & Bro.
( ItU'EVILL.E, S. C.
leb 1, 1883 1) ly
W. T. McFALL
FOR FN1E TEAs, COFI;
igahrn. :y til o , Iott,
Vk:t, L,ard, hltce,
m, Xhoe0 a N d Rubt
C~arpeuater% ass d Shoe Miak
'Ii'ocent, Cig.. ra nee tii iga ret teo,
(iet s', I 82 6
LOOK OUT !
The Big Show Still
Im44Ii v,X s. c.
3 Tllthey come. and yet they go. Thoe
JQr MA~ ltIhE llUJltEAUS wilt not stay.
Ut kinds of Wialnit andi Panel lieds, come
nid thenm are gone.
Spindle, Tfrimndle, and Single Beds, all
Bied Sptringsu, Wire, Shiuck andl Cottou
lat tressles, Chitira anil 'tockers, all grades.
large variety of Extensuon, Kitchen,
enpoiy arnd Cantee Tabtles, Parlor and
thamber Suits. Lounges. ('radtles. Crib,.
Yhntnots, hint Itacks, Umobretla Stand.
'h,rom,. Mottioes, Frames, &c , Kitchen
uid Side Itoart Sifres.
Always on hand a general !ino of Under
aikers Suipplies, coinsisting of Caskets,
turial Cases antd Blurial liobes, for both~
"x- all "tyles. Coffins Tritmmed in ay
ty le o'f hlantdies andt P'lames, at all hours.
Al Gioods at bott< m figures Call and
ce for y'iurae'v's. Not charge male for
ooking. Accept 'hanks for past favors.
A. jY. RUtNf ON,
'htOPl'hUETOR FUI(NI UruRE II0U8K..
e. 15, 1881 21
3. M4. C1NSHAW, M4. D.
ttioiipt, at tent ion to all callc day and
jo 25, . 88t3 2m.
Mtate E f Souti .
C :tnrty of P
liv .J. II. NiEwTON, i . 1'4.
Whereas, J1. J. Lewis, ( na
nit tot tile, to grant him Ilai
strat ion of the Esate an,ae
These are therefore to imn
sh all and singular the k . red
kora of the said Jam.v doi ens de
eased. that they be and appear before me,
a the Court of Probate, to be held at Pick
na C. 1!., on the )2th, day of March 1888,
fter publication hereof, atl11 o'cloek in
Ite forenoon, to-shew eanse. if any they
ave, why the said adminIstration shouild
divenande my and and eat1 this, the,
qt h day of January A . D., 3881.
febi , 1883 ti