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D. F BRADLEY. Sditor
r ICKEN-3 C. H., S. C.:
THU21DDAY, NOVEMDBE . Lt 1883.
Cowetacounty, Georgia, hne, by a vote of ti
her citizens, sent whiskey from her borders.
The President has issued a proclamation, ti
designating Thursd'ty, November 29hl, a C
day of national thanksgiving.
The DetnoerntIsmale a olean sweep in the
Baltitore municipal election, against the
Ripublicans and Inileptnlen's.
Nelson .i 's:, wiO it will be remembered.
was arrested at Cedar Rock, In this county
some time ago, oni a charge of killing a
levetme oflicer by the name of Leadford, in
Spartathurg county six years ago, was
tried for the crine at Spartanburg court
last week and at gi icd. " t
The Railroad Coimmission.
Soic of the Newsimpers of tle State have
found fault with the action of the Railroad
Commission and are demanding it trpe ii of f
the law creating it at the next session of
he liegislature. They say that the rate of
froights has been inereased rather than
d minishe'd This we think is a tmistia' . T o
t'usnission, as requirred by the act, has
prevented discritin:ttions ant put all towns
along the lities of Ilailroads upon n eyualt y
footing The points discritinated in favor
of by the railrods t prior to the action of the
comnmission now feel the effect4 of eynmliz: -
li il and are '-kicking" becanse somne bodly's
ine ox w:is not gored. Let's waitt a while
and see how it works before we demand a
repeal of the law.
A Want of Entorprise.
Our sprightly little neighbor, the E:sley
7rsscnger. takes us to task because we no
ted, last week, the cotton tarket in Char
leston totl Glreentville tind failed to (ptote
the tmarket it Easley, antd accuses ts of the
1'.'nnit of enterprise. The omiisriot of quttota
t is for Eas!ey nud Pickens was an over
v;ght, but we will promiso to do better
next litne." Speak ing of the want of enter
prise, has it ever occurrel to the Kessengler
Iwin there was a great lack of it on the port
o'the nerchtnts of Pickens County. (no in
stuations) and if they would show a lit.t 1e
nore enterprise in advertising their gootds
to the public that much of the evil co'tt
platined of by the Messenger tmighit he aver
ted? We are willing to do anything we can,
l,gitemately, to advance the interest of the
tnerchants of the County, but, would it not
he proper and right for thet to give us a
y.uid pro guo for our services?
Does the Messenger know that about four
comUt . f .. ' ...,....< t in n
,ger? Outr mterchtants as a class, ar'e
htutorable, pa'rlotic citlzents, butt it dloes
seemt to uts that tmany of theim show
a great want of ent erprise in their' business4.
Now as ahove sitateid, wo we are goitng
t o do better about reportintg thte matrkets in
thto fture, b)ut be fratnk with ttt neightior,
atnd give uts your htotnest, answer to the qutess
tions here ptr ipotu-ide 1
Progress of South Carolina.
The Now Orleans 'Timtes l)etmocrat puie
lishedu last Saturdlay a rev'iew of thet soucial,
political andIm indstrti al ciondit iou otf thle
&Sothern States in ihe tform of itervicews
-vithI thle Giovetrnors of Virgiia, Nornth and
Sout h Ctaroli na, G eorgpia, Ft orida, Ala..
htumat, Mississippi, Loitisit Ii, Te.t&'. Kei.,
tiuoky, Teitnessee antd Ar'kti:tS.
Thte interview wi th Goverior ThIompsf)on
of this Staite is most interestintg atnd in
structive, bitt occutpies so ttnith space we
are not, able to pttblish it. itt fill, atilit an
only''nake a few extraLcfs wihich, thottgh
short, contain rruch ittfortmationt. TIhe
"Southt Carolina has ittcreased durtting
the last. 1 2years her prouct ion of e nnt
9,431,628 bushtels, or 124 por cet; he
yield of oats 7.'IQ.877 buthtels, or~ 1,192
por cent, twelve fold the yiel of 1870; hter
prdcinof wheat. l,151,360 haushtel, or
170 per cent ; her yield1 of rice 32.379,761
pouni dii, or 10(0 pior conit; her canie syr'u
produoct 103i,89-> gallons, or 31 per cent;
her sweet. potatot crop 2.5l02.7141 buishltt. or
186 per centt; heri I rishi pot at a etop 301.,iI8
hushtels, or 865t per cent. and hot' smaller
food crops proportionately, tirtck titrmintg
having risen tromt ttothIing to a grea t itn
dutst ry. li'sides idoi ng tIthis, Sou thi Carith
v na increased tier produttct of Cottont itt the
12 years 896t,47t) bales, or 17E per cetnt.
Tihe acreage of ecitton is shto-.n to be atbntost
sittionary, bitt withI a largely increa,sedt
producet per ac'; and the ae'rcuge ini f'oil
crops increased lat-gely, but is surp'ittsed
in progress by the increase itt the yiel
per acre Lahotr savintg mtactiinery is binlg
rapidly itr->"dued1 into the State. ''t'
cetnsus of 1870 stateid the value of ft'rinitg
mtachinery to he $2,2812,946, and'. in 1882 it
had risen to 53,202,7 10. By intet ligenit
culture antI jutdictous fort ilizat ion sotie or
our Aandhs hiiv e been miade to produice tt,
ormously; especially is this true of the
easter'n part of the State."
In 'tanufacturing~ interests, the State
Fas kept paoe with any oilier Soutthiern
State and tNq por centt of increase in the
development of that branch of indneyi'
hase boen greatew than thtat of atnyiting
in regard to the relations existi,ig ho
tween the r'aces fit the State, thte Gioveinor
'"Tey'were never better than at the pres
ent, tiu'. The negroes are gadallaty ho
comning more thiritfy, antd some of thei'm tire
acquiIring pruipetty. They have lentrned tht
their inlerets~t are nmore scoture than wheni
lI.optublicans wer'e in~ power."
Thon thmn lhe following:
"Yu'he hve no fear that. h lepih
Ilcans or Independent5wl obai cttf
of youtr 8tate Goyernte'tl t inco tro
'Not the~ t\ightes O'i 'otwrei
di pc ntoottei EndateOovernmient too long
~. er the chatraceter not' thne lligenchae tneitih
m~Ii finDiAter it pr?pewhy. &i dtieat of d
Sthe state Glovenament earmnso
ontomy, efhloiency andy" mbanigedi withI e-L
0 SOOente th,e rigb Rsty; all classes
9t9o Ks0nfy aptd of
property. 'riste t1I wdIsiessed, ,and 1i a
wofrd, the neodeleit efteur people is one of
peace and prosptry."
In conoladineg list talk Governor Thwnp"
The present eoadition of this jtate isgAI
ifying. and it is full of hope aad pltmise
lor the future. I .redlot that the heat on.
nus will show developments whioh will ex.
>eed our F resent satleopatiows, bright as
hey are. 1 have tried to ge * teason f~r
lie faith that is in me wti regard to the
uturo of So:th Caroliwa. I have told you
omewhat in detail of ther condition and her
csotrces; let me add in general terms, that
i the he:tlrhh fulness of her clitmate, the for.
illity of her soil the extent. and variety of
or resources. she offers rate indu "ements
> the wealthy capitaist, on the one hand,
e the thritly emigrant on the other. While
ie people of this State cordially invite the
1pitalist and the emigrant, they are not
Ititing idly for either, but are nanfully
titting their own shoulders to the wheel.
lie ihr.provemnients of which I have stpoken of
urgely the results of their energy and their
wn unaided efforts.
From the Augusta (Ga ) Chroaiete,
Mr Tillman's Position.
A Chronicle correspondent. hil ea'ion
ecently to have some conversation with
Ion. tleorge 1). Tilhnan, of Eyd gtfield I)is
rict, Souti Carolina, who is described in
promainea"nt Western jot nal as -one of
he ablest men in Congress f:-on either
crtrh or South." I ant sure that. sonic of
he views he gave me may be made public
vtithout violhtion of confidence. Ile was
srkedi if lie still. held the same views on tle
atriff aud Speatkership, and answered:
41 Ai nore and more convinced that the
rue policy for the whole Union is 'a tariff
or revenue with incidental protection.' I
sm also itn favor of the repcnl of the intern
1 revenue laws, in order to break utp the
vhiskey and tobacco monopolies, and for
ther reasons, which 1 shall explain, in
,ud out of t'ongress when the occasion
erles. My position is in line with the
cts of our State Legislature in exempting
otten mtanufactures from taxation for ten
ears. I an also in line with the State
)emocrncy of Ohio, Pennsylvantia, New
ersey, M.\arylnd, Virginia, North Caro
in atnd other great comnmonwealthts. In
881 I will be found to he in line with the
ational iemoeratic party. I nun more
han ever devoted to the candidacy of Sam
iel J. Randall for Speaker, because I be
ieve tiut, pe.sonally and politically, he is
he best representative of the true Ameri
van policy, which can alone lead us to vie
ury next year."
Mr. Tilhnan was asked If the newspaper
s4aulls tade upon hiu had been effective?
Ic r plied:
"1They have Is it had the least effect, ex
i'pt to siretlplien my position. I have met
hem with silent eontetmpt. ly constitu
hnts have not wavered in the least, but
lt ve contilenc' in my good judgment. and
levotlis to Iheir best istcrests. I was
srep red to vim-licate inyself, if required;
but ito one in this Congressional 1)istriot
tt"ptared to thim'k a vindication necessary.
lI'he nly per-ons who seemeil to think so
wetro liee trale, Cobden Club disciples, on
the outside, who arrogate to themselves
dictatorial power not warranted by the
Yon have seen certain threats that if Mr.
Itnndall be elected Speaker, hi Southern
stlporters wosuld be ihell to strict. nocount.
What do you think of such menaces? lie
"I do not, regard them seriously, and
care nothiug for them. But it will be tiue
enough to meet any such Issue when it is
practically presented. At present, as I
told you, I hold them in silent contempt."
attnioiisatta on andis a Isist ditch Hadiceal, is
now livinig ini New Orleans. ie has writ
en a leitter to a frieitd inl Cohntnsbia regard-.
insg ihe civil right s decislin of the Stupremie
Coiutrt, itn whlichs the follo wing paissage oc
"Tlimne lias, indeed, brought Its revenge.
Mtr. Jlellersoin lhavis, the great apostle of
lie aubsolute Stat es' rights idea of Mr. Cal
hsoun i, lives to5 see hsis propheacy that the
doctrine for wihel he so vigorously anid
conssisseintly csontentded would soonter or
liater, he recoginizesd as a fuidamein citail prin.
cipsal of the government comipletely veri
* * * * *
"ini itho stew, progressive. prosperous
Sothi there will not lie a single issep back
warsd. Thle t wo traces here alreadhy know
each other, and will, in t iime, learn fully
to symnpathIise wiith, and to respect eacha
oilier. it' i le piolit ical or civil right s of thle
negpro ihatll evesr he asssti led, of cne in lg
twe masiy be assutreud, -thle ass-so t will not
comte froms thte SothI."'
lie urg's t hat thie Reputblicant party has
dlesert el 5le isi-ro, ands that F"red l)song-z
iv' idea ot' iimlependen'ice wit hini the Ite
pubil ien itly" - shoiuld ho albandlonedi for
"l'sp'idipedec otssiide of it,'. andl sivs the
negrso's saftesy is to dividle iniil~v m
phain.iig thle words.
Senator's Hamspt on and itiler have been
lot esrv iewedi abut the civil rightt sldecisiotn
of thle Suprem~ se Cout, iand atgtree with ev
erybiody: ib-e in ri'gardinsg it. as (of coiipara
tively little pratct ical imiportans ce in thet
South. They believe its effeot- will be to
make white mn treat the colored ones
inore kinduly3 t han over, andi hope that is
will sinlaite she niegro to deserve considi
lio.l Senators approve the proposed plait
ouf hayvinig ia consi'erenee hiet weens thIe msiem
tiers of the Demtiocratic Nattionsal gxecii i;s
Commssiiiileeat an ihe chtairmnii of th Isit~ate
(s".mmisl ees to prepare for the next cain
Seinasor Ilitler denies that Mahione will
have aiiythiing to do with his votes at the
ns- xl sessions, andh says lie psaired with Iien.
sitorit Camerott its a matter of court e:uy ini
ciii'ldiancee withi goodi precesdent, ansi will
in itle saIne thuing whtenever his Jusdgm.ent
dTI.ANTAi, October '27.--In the Banks
Counitiy Ki- Klux casses, the eight prisoners
Its-e to stiy baituid guilty oit every indict,
mintl Setenuuces will be psronouneu, ont
Ths cotnviefiant of' the pr'isoners created
ia senssat ion hiera. rThe r'ingleader's are meni
of consiih rahlo property and members of a
hatrgo (sunnIly tii Bansks Couinty, named Yar.
bor'ungh. Foiti of the ftamily, Jsasper,
Jamesu4s, titmiass ansd Nesal, were triedl and
ill coniviet ed. Jasper Yirboroughi was tthe
testier of thle giang. The chtargd ag-- ,
thiems was flint they commssittesl osstr rgue oni
negr'oes ibectause tue Istt er votedu for the
lieu. Emiery Sy cer for Congress. Specs
wvas de-feate id, iind was appoins' ed Uniitedl
ssitts District Atorney, so it fell to his lot
iio prsecsii cihe Klhu.KIh The obarge ot
bulge \lesCoy wits so favorable to the de,
tencee t hat san ascquittal wias contsidered cer
liin, and] whent thle verdict was read to daty,
contvi'ting thle entire gansg, sevenuth of t.hemu
broke down said ,sohbed audibly. The
prisonter' sve:'e hiandotu%'d and t,iien to Jail
TI'eir counuusel will use every effort fo se"
ariue a stew trissi. The penalty ix tromn oane
us six yeas's imiprisonmient. This is "the
rirst conivictions of Ku-klux in Gieorgia.
Tho mtan whto "idon't, believo int
t,aking papera" isat i:i eticking throo
OCnt asamps on hi ICL3S
Ureete%*"oe Batenton Metsenger.
Copy of a Letter from Jesus Ck.tst
Na. Eutron: The following has been s I
handed mie with request to republish. It is tre
she propet of an old lady of this town, for
She has bed I for forty year s.and as a be- ins
lievir In he jilee laser. she feels sOmie er
eomfort IM it' sie* The prod" which was
preoede$the' soer explais the olrounstau-- II e
oes of Itinding, &o. J. 0. 8. stro
A Copy of a Letter from Jesus Christ, and and
round eighteen miles from loonium, sixty
lve years after our blessed Savior's Crnel- i
Ixion, transnitted frotn the holy city by a 1
sonverted Jew, faithfully lrasltatd from
Lhe original Ilebrew oopy, now in the pos- i
session of twe lady Caban's family, at Mtes wYb
opotatnia. This letter was written by JK-- dol
8UI8 CllIST, and found under a great Iu
stone, both round and large at the foot of
the crosH, eighteen miles from leonium.
near t village called Mesopotaumia; upon
that stone was written and engrted' * bts-- 0a'r
sedl Is he that shati turn me tiver." A ll the o
peopale thliat saw it, prayed to (o.1 earnestly. wIu
tud desired tlint le would nake known to
then I lie eatuig of this writ ing, lint they
might not attempt iit valn to turn it over )t't
In the neantine there came a little chili, set
abont. six or seven years old, and turned it.
over without help, to the adinirtitiou of alI
the people that stood by, anl unsler this
stone was fostid a letter written by .J:rsts by
Christ, which was carriesl to the city of leo- It,
uinm, anl there piiblisthcl by a p ersoit he- t.ib
lonj lug to the Loly 7ubantttt, and on tholot -
aer was written, i'lE C M MAN.\lmlT V8
Ol JESUS CillS1', signel by angel G: - It
lriel, t wenty eight years after our davior's 1) Ir
Wnoitvt:tt workoth otn the Sabbath day
shalt be cursel; I conunawl yon to go to
church and keep the Lord's sday holy, with, t
out doing tiny Intnner of work. You shall "t'
not idly misipent yottr tite in heleeking S5
yourselves with superfltites of costly ap- 1t
parel, asa:l in diresses, for I have or<ltine 1 it
a day of rest. I will have it kept holy so
t.hat your sins maty he forgivon you: you
shtll not bretsk my comnas:simeinnts btt, ob
serve and keep themt wriitten wit i my own kn
hattd, write t1het in your hearts, nod stead- ha
fastly observe this WAs written with ny own lit
hand, spoken by niy own mouth. You shall sic
not only go to churuh yourself, but your hit
maun"servant.H and your maid servats an,l e1'
observe my words andi lo.rn liy cotntnansl- l'a
itnents: you shall fitish your lbor every Nt
taturtlay in the afterunoout by six of the to
clock tat which your preptrations for the lil
Sabbath b.-gin. I advise you to fast five ve
Fridtays t every year, beginning with good
Friday, and to continte the fotir following.
in renaou bratce of the five bloody wounds
I received for all mandkind: you shall pattc -
ably antd dlilligently babor in your respeot
ive vocations, win'iat it has pleasel (lail
to call you. You shall love one anothter
with brotherly love, and cause thenm that
are not. hapised to conse to churth and here it
tako holy Snerts nett, viz-laptiant, tad the
Lord's Supper, and be tnade ntemb.-rs t ihere- c
of; in so doing I will give you long life atn<l
nanny blessings, and your lad shalt replen
ish utd bring forth abusltatte, and surely
he that doti to the cont rary saltll be oursel
and unprofitable: I will alo setnd hardness
of heart upon then, till I have destroyel
thean, but especially the hardened and nil
patent tnabeIlevers; lie hant hath givtt to
ahe pour, lie shall not. be unprofitilb:t .
Itelienber to keep holy the 1tbb1 ati sbty,
for ale seventI daty I havo taken to n) selft,
and hto that haith a copy of this letter writ.
tet with tity oa ainal taid epaken wit It any
own tnotth, anal keep it witautt p1 .tu ung
it to others sh it nor prosper, but le atat
publishes it to o- h- rs shall be blesset of tat ,
and thtoUgh his ins ie ill nuber is the
stars in tho sky, and Ito that believes ia
this shal. l be ptrdonest, ttal lie a tit believes
not. this writinsg nini nay caa suta.idme sa, I
will ses.' iny patg,ues u;..n h1m, ail con
trutst it aite, sue sall satly be dhvere. o
hier btath. Yaot sh.ill haavte nai news of lone
baut by th li oly Splirit, uttl the d..y or
All prosperity shall be' in thle hiotise whetro
a copy of t is letter shall tbe ftuand,
Tihae Postastser' Geneail has ad.
vorti4ert for pr'opioal s fot Carryving~
the tmails an this Coutytal, ftotm Jutly
lst 1881 t.t J tinte 30, I1888. Proept i'.
ala r'ecei ved it il 3 P Ml Jun ae 5, '
1884. .J),eisians annountcedto ott or
befor'o Mareb(:l 5, 1884. Conta tsIPlO to
bo filedt itn thto ). ptartmonit, dutily ex
IOuItd, On or1 be'iforo) .Mayt 17, 18'84.
Prpoat tust, be idrI sed t'. thi
"'Secodsitan,I.M'it. Posi matort.i ( ins
Oral , Post.ofolico Depart aotit , WVt~alh
ingt.on, I). C., markI]od, " Protpo ta,'
Stto of 5. C ' 'The routes to bo let
OuIt in this Cotunty arte:
No. 14105 l'romi Pickensi C. II. by3
A adtorsont's M1ills antd 1aket, to N ine
Timon s, 13 uiles andt u bak, th roe
Lune a108 wook. ~ittnd $1000.
No. 14 106 i'otm Pick~eans C. 1I.
by lIedmontd, Crow Creek, Milte
(Jr'ock. anad FiCatat.Ioo. t,o 1all Crook,
22 mi.ea uantd back, twico a week.
No. 14107 From ickens C. II. ~
hy Flowvor (n. o) Prator'a, antdt Sixal
Milo, to St,owatt, 20 miles aund backc, eal
t wice a wook. Bondt, $400. tlh
No 141 08 From iCasley, by 18 W
MIilie, Ma ijor's andt 1 lickor'y 1lat, to
Pond lotont, 18 mni ls andt back , t.wiceIa
at week. llendi', $400,. at
No. 14109 Faomn Ita'sley by Jtice's. Kg
to Pickenls 1. 1I., 8a1 miles~ andt bac(k
aix timties ai week. Bmnt, 850 ' ala
No. 11110 IFromn ICiiaSl(ey by lIr~iggs
and1( DXicusvil,o, to lTable loutaLiin,
'treuinu: by waly of' Marnardttt to _
Itastoy, 15 miles and bactk, thro'o
Li mos a weook. Britd. $500.
No. 14111 l'tf Stunny Daole, by)
Knaob andit Rock, to Wa.ttta 15
miles and back, oncee ta woek- BOnda
It is to ho hoped thazt citizons of ist
the Coun ty wvill pt in bids for these 1)
ponsuation mayti ho given foi' carying of
the mflails on thorn. Vt e have thrtogh tht
the couirtesy of Col. A ikon, our in. tif
dot aligablo Cotngrossnman, formia for
hids andt bonds, whtich will be faurns h
itihed those who dosiro to matke bids. A
PJAr,'rY FolR IVAIN0 TIHE LIEN
L,Aw.-TPhe fol lowving sec(tio-Vi of the
Genoral Stattutoaio- 1he St,u 0 m ty lo -
of sotme interest at tis timne:
"Any prson or paersotns who shanll
soll or di.tposo of any pr'opoerty On
which any3 mortgage or' other lion 9
oxists, wvi'houait ie writtenl coni"on to of~
the maor't goo or lience, or the own. Fu
er or htol or' of' sucih mortgage or ch
lion, shall be doomogJ guilLy of a mis
domeanor, anid en :otnvictionl thoereaf to
shall ho impr'isoneda for a termn of fa2
not more than two lndreod dot)lil'a
or both, in tiho diacre.sion of t,he
We are info-med thrt Thomas Hunter,
on of famtrel fluterr, of liaehelor's Re
at n eighbioohoot. full into o *ell abou t
ly feet iedp last Thteidny, killng him
tangly. ils neo was broken. Mr. Hunt
was a youth abdu 1f or 18 yeard old and
exemplary young Than and a Christlan.
was. at the time, .ged in fixiugawiall
und the well oi eeng to i'ee the box
rbo grand jtry of Kiclaitd coun
hats found "Ito bili" in thu ciso c.
nong, the ponti tenatiatry guard 1
o was accused of causing (ho J
th of. a convict on the Soogetre
nt,ation by Whipping. A
,arr, tho one arioal ex.Confod I
to sotdior who robhod tho store
RIaily, Biarl<tlale & Co., at GIi-ooa
0<1, has bon son t, to the peniton
ry for five years. M ott, his
>thor-in-law and accotaplico was
t, fot' throo years.
Dobility in adIult.s is often caused
worm11s. '1'hu change from child
ol to inauh-,od is not sofliltent to
3 system of this awfu i plaguo.
ritior's Indian Vonifutge will ox
II thutn ai<d restoro health antiad '
ight co plexion.
In the ca. of Bralbain vs. Pen.
igtun, for hmnd r, tried in Sutor
ntly, 13rad-hanm was awartled
,0100 damages. Prot,ty exponsivo
No Grease:for Him.
'When Greece her knees--rcece her
ces: lree ce her knees," s atmnred an em
rraised school boy, torgetting the next.
e of his recitation. "'Tiere is no occa
n to grease anybody's knees," shouted
teacher. '"0o study yo-ir piece." Neilh
is t here occasion to grease your hair.
rker's llairilaisam is ill the dressing you
mi. Iestoros the original gloss aml color
gray or fded hair. )oes not soil the
en; not a dye; good for the scalp; pre
its falliig out.,
ATE will offer the Personal Property he
longing to Charles I 'per, lece ased,
his late residence, l'ickens County, S.
to the highest bidder, at Public Outcry,
I Milk Cow;
2 Ifend of flogs;
1 Wagon and linggy;
Lot of Corn;
I Lot of Shucks and Fodder;
ionschold and Kitchen Furniture;
5 lee Siands;
'otoin l'ress anl (Iiii;
l TI'hrn her ,tnd lain;
A nd various oilier articles.
Term s cash.
Sit e un Ite t;tIi day or November 1883.
I A ItO \ lt T LICEt' li,
oct 25, 1883 5 2
t f \6.an A w.. A -1 ..
hort or. onithe li Ut h ot Novemb ter 188d,
2 .\l ilk I :ows nnd Calves;
I One 1lorse Wlagon;
3 Dee Stanid';
I lisehoijld and it H chen l-'arntitutre
1t. S. McW lI ll'TElt, Adl'mr.
oct '.:, 1 i83 5
T will offer for -ale to the highest
IV hiltiler, at pulic uinterty, onl i th I5t
Novembher, 188:1, the' Peursonail sne.,
longing to .Jacob Lewis. dlerer,1, iat his
to res idenice, P'icen Connty, 8. C., coil.
I 1 Good iforse:
7 II endi oif' Caile ;
7 Ii cad Fatteninug I logs;
1 Sow and rilgs;
fi leead Sheep'
2 Twoi llor'se Wnfgios;
I IBuggy, F'arintg lools, &ce.
Termos madne knoiwni 0n lay of salie.
Adm:istrator.s i'h will ainnexc I
oct 25, 18'xt ___
WVINO to the very drcy Sping and Sium
m ter the I lits have not beeni.t workted
I veryi l'itte-theref ore, it bi'e.ri 511
I y al Supervisor to hive thlem, work
at as early a day asi piosible, and14 I take
is met ho.i of not ifyinug thec tV4iveses to
>rk their lload, dingiii i le mionth of (i
vembher 188:3, andI i th,em in gooil rei
ir, grado ad tit clh I le samie, rem ove all
>se0 rock anid out ai inke tihe roots ou .41
d'chanige this. oIl siyinig. '"miy Ro,ad is as
odl ias thIis othler( )Vverseers."' 1is jay*
it 1 am1 goinrg to hav e I le hest Ihm 441
O" .?",'i re ver Yy apl tii have VP gioilWd *
i 0ours very rexleiin ily.
IlOItIE It I S E W A lIT.
nov 1, 18832
lnte Or Sonth ('lrl' aa
J. I. Nr. w-ros, E'., p'li A It 1n ~ 1(K
.W her eas, J. J1, l.eis, 4.0 et.. hiii manul
nI to mue, to giantt hhn44 Litters of Adin.if. h8
railonl Of the1 E'state of' andi effects of7
iver 8. Ilolt, dlecased 6
These are thlerefoire. Io e-te' and i adiulih
4 8"iiigi .ri the kindred, ii:il creditoirs
the sai Oliver 8. lioh. deconsei, thath
ey he and 3appea(r, befome, ill thle court
P rohnte. to bei lie'd al Pickens C. 11., on
141h Iilecembler 1883, alter publicat ion k'
reof, at iI lO'clock in the forenoon, to ~
ow cailso, ir anay thiiv hiavo, whty the said a'
tai-tus Br:.tion 8hontid niot he grant ed.
(liven iinrder mty 1tand, t his 20th day of
t ober, A1lnno )omni 1I885
d- I,I.8: NEWON 'rrO.
VPo ia1, 1883 6at 'o ku
EVER1A I,l)5 g ikE ILITDTNG
ILOTS for Family IResidences, and also
slinis5 Lots in the town; anid somie Good
rining Lots near towna all for sale
Purchassrs tan make it, to their interest
see mc biefore purchasing. I canf give
Igainis it quiti:ta ties, ranlging from one0
art h acre toi one hundired.
A L(NZf) M. FOI.OER, I
Real Kr.t-te Agent. '
Easley. A (1. ine 9 1883 40 t
" ~ W.a
Our rugttdar and gonttino
for 1888, took pinee on O'tobdr 1st.
And we will ondeavor in tho future
as in the past, to alwaytthollW our
trionds, their friends and the public
GAood Goods, Cheal) Goods,
In all colors, grades, stykes and pri
cos, from tho chunpost to the beat
None can fiail to bo suited after in.
spocting our largo assortmont, for
wo can give you any color you mny
want in Goods at 10 cents to '5 mtm
No lady has over failed in huy ing it
BLACK DRESS from our etock ,(
tor comparing thom with, Goods I
honght el$ewhere, for
E. W. i. & C'o.'il
Rliik ('aslhIlneres, Jersey
Coard (Goods, Etc.,
nre always sold at the 1OTmTOM
PRICI;S. (l)oti't. torge"t this when
you waint a Dress.)
Will soon be hiere, sO pr-oparo for it.
Buy somoth,ine to keep yon wnrm.
N'xt to the body y"tu will want
FfL ANNETLS. E. W. Ml. & Co.,
have I hetm :t all priees. Both Vhite
and Red, from 15c tll). l anton yiat
nels from 101 to 251-. both in tho
blenrlhed and unbleached,
Gents', L,adiea', and 4'hibeiron's
I Undersh1s rts & Uiderests
A, ver1y hand1isome andh attrtin'live
- (tk if' thiese LoodEI' will bo tsowni
Cloaks. WVaIkl.ug .Jackets (
f rom $1.50 to 817. Arny noe an he
Hullid fr'om our big linto of those
20 pair 10 4 white Blankets, only $2.00 per
20 p)air 10 41 white Bla.nkets, only $3.25 por
10 pair 11l-4 white Blankets, only $3.50 pora
10 pair 12-4 white Blankets, only $5.00 per A
and tup to $10 per~ pair.
A lartger and1( cheape1Jr stock tha n
over. We aroe offein.g ini this do, J
parIitment nomo very ceap goods.
Read a few pi'oes.. Yard wido B leach y;
go~noraitlly sold for' 13$c, only 10e..
Yar'd wide Bleachoi generallsiy sohti
for 10V, On ly 8e.
17 yards heavy shir'ting, oniy $1 00
24) 3 aids goodshsiin~; g, only 1 00|
i4 yards very hoit enlico, only 1 00
20) yarids very gondi calhco, only 1 00
10 yar'di good( malttro'ss tick, only 1 00
Jeanus. Doeskis, assl
mneres, ILerseys, Denmuns,
dhickory Shlrting, Etc.,
We will have a big dand for
n'or'celobrait,od and can't, bo heat
TIROY CiTY NILf aTS,
If you want to aeo usa Sile ask
for our Tr'oy (City Shirts, at, 75 ets,
wort.h S1 any whet e elso. If you
want to pay a hiigh prico for yourl
shirt, don't como to seo us.
Big Lot of' all the~se Goods:
lankorchiefs, Codllsa, Ribbons,
Satchels, liaces, Sat ins, Silks, Gloves jt
Fringes, Buttons, Corseta, Neck
W sour, lloaiery, for Ljadies, &c.
Wholesale andE Retail,
Greenville, S. C.'
WE IHAVE OPENED )1tt
Fall and Wi'n
took und offer tLho followht 6
00 Piece Joians, from 10 t
Casob 4-4 Bleacohod Shir
cents por yard,
50 Paira Illankot,s, 00 onts
0 iuccs Flannel, 20 conts tv
0 Piocoa Carpets, 25 conts t(
n all colors, from 10 cents pe,
'an niot be 's1burpa9d .in tiI s.
.i1 in) BlacJk, and)( aL very .
rom. 12j eentsi to $1.25 por
A Large Lhie or
at till pricer,.
'I CK INGS8,
AND WAI4KlNG JAck
HONEY & TOWNEE
Ne?xt Door to Naitiongal Ba
iREENVILLE - . . .
(ct. 4, 188 4
WaPiM,ltWth Udo the Day,
P4Yet" Bhwlbg -omnethl ood) at b
20 NIdT'rowels for $l' .
A geoulne all Linen 'l10 20 x 84 to be
iven away at. 25 eent ) be'' or $1 50 per
oxen. This Is a bargain you read about,
nd to be realited at M irgatt & Bros.
We now owi the best line of Towels we
ave ever shown.
.able Damask a Specialty.
Ab all Linen Table Damask for 85 cents,
perfect Oem for 50 cents. It is good en
ugh for anybody's Table. A full line of
oth Red a d White T'ble Damnask with
loyles to match.
Another arrival of those 10 tents Alpac
s and 124 cents U'nshmeres. They sell
ke hot cakes. They are the best Goods
hown for the money by odds.
.Some big Bargains in Lace Curtains. It
impossible to describe them. They must
c seen to be appreciated.
Now comes our lIlIobby. It. is said that
veryhoily must have sonic hobby and pro
:nne BllACK (UODS must be ours, as we
eel assiured we have the initble track on
Mlack Silks and lilack Cashineres. We
ave been told so often that. our linc of
-i!ks and CUshmores were ahead of all con
petition that. we nat urally believe it to be so
We sell an all Wool French Black Cash
iere at 35 cents, worth 60.
We extend a special invitation to exam
ine our r0, t and 75 cents numbers. If
y'ou take into considlerat ion the .qnality.
iviith ani color they are fully 30 per cent
clss than you will find them elsewhere.
This line of C:shmeres were bought pri
r to the first. of 'Juily, at which t ime the
acrease r'atc of Tarriff went ir.to effect.
l'hey Were bought with spot cash and at a
ime too when noney was in demvnd. They
ic cheap beyond a doht, iring your
sanmples from any port-we can beat them.
itemember this is the place to get Evitt
S- Bro's celebrated fine Shoers It takes
but one trial to convice that. they ar> the
test. to buy for comfort, style and durabi
J. H. Morgan & Bro's
WFOLESALE AND PETAIL MER
(OREENVILLE, S, C,
What You Can Buy
To our ftenls we now propose to tell yon
of s4int of the mnny itings in our imtmenst
stock tihut you can have for Utm iDollar, to
I yn rdt i edIt -lanines a,
41 yards 1%hiue Ftinnel for i t00
.1 yards WVhit e Flannel for 1 00
12 yards Cotton Flantnel for 1 Ot0
It) y-n-hs ~ot toin Paintiel tor I (JO
8l yardis Cotrton Pivn net for 1 t0t
5 yards tCOtoin F"lanneuil for I 0))
12 yards 1 .1 Sea Ibland for I t0t
0 yards 4 -4 Xea isliind for 1 Itt
2 yards .1 1 lIlelching for ] (0t
It) yards 4,-4 lileachi Ing or I Ott
0) ya rds :1-4 lileaching tor ] (0
\n id all it will cost y ou for 20 yards
C'alieouis 1 01)
16f y ards Calico for i 00
yards Cal ico, 1 dozen buttonls and
I si ool cot oil for 1 00
It) yards 4 Wool Iteess (Go0 Is for 1 00
yards 4 Wool hiress Goods for I lIt
Syards liroca ded I >ress Gloods for I 0t0
lii yards ('ol ton C:hecks for i (Jt
tot atlI it cost is Xl fori 32 yards of
Ilti iints oif 4 'alic, tfor
0O yarids llvy Quilt Timinigs for 1 00
0( yard's $thirting f'or I (0t
6 yards Shuirtiing for i 00
.1 yards $hirt ing, for I t0
2 yards ii eavy lnrilling for I 0it
ti yardls (otd lied Ticking for 1 04)
yarlds lWetier lied Tlickin~ for 1 (it
yards tieat led't Tickinmg for 1 00
ii adies white andi r-ed itandk'fs 1 (it
'he lI kt Uniaiildered Xliirt for 1 00)
tt Pu'aienii' 4 floer for 1 04'
I) pamir l,,ah 's 1 lOes for 1 00f
I) l.adies Coutbars for 1 0
(Gent s binnen~' Cotluars for I 00t
Pair !-adies Under've5ts for 1 (it
yair-la Oli Gloth for 101)
I) yards flickory Shiirting for 1 0jI
yards liickory Shiretling for I 011
I) Sools Coton, 500) yards eacti for 1 00t
I) iools Cotton, 200 yards cacti for 1 00
Pair Kid Gloves forF I 0
Pair l.isle Th'read for 1 00
lack Voivet, Blick Kitk and Colored
Velvet for Tfrin0,moinrgs
r. W ariner's C"rst tor 1 00
t radley & liarr .\larchiloss Corset, for 1 0(0
8 yairds Irish Tfriimminags for I100
(0 yards Crash tor Tlowls for 1 0t0
0 yards Crash for Towels for I 00
0 tlandl Towels for 1 00
Turkish Towels for 1 00
Linen Trowels for 1 0))
0 yardts Cottotn 1lmper for 1 00)
yards Unfiished (Caibric for 1 00
yards Unttiished Cambric for I Ott
yards Unifinilshed Camibric for 1 00
Antd now with these prices as leaders in
ur immense stock, we expect to be very
uu'y. If spuace wotuld allow iis we conhd
peak of Iihrurds of ot her thiungs, bitt will
ntlice It to say we have everytighat is
ept in a Dry Gioods liouse, an, I if you don't
so what you want, don't. fail t) ask fo,r it.,
nd you will be agreeably disappointed.
STRADLEY & BA RRi.
T. W. DAVIS' OLD STAND,
mNEENVILLE, . . S. (c.
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGN,
OHIN AM. McBLYlflE, PainafihNT.
BSt8t10N begins Ooteber 2... vacation
June 18th. TUITION FitEE. Annual
e for repairs, *IU. Board at Steward's
hall, $10; in private families $t2 to $15
er monthi. Expenses should not exceedl
150) to jiin. Foar requtiremuents for ad
iiaduon aund courses of 'Itudy, addrleuss
JNO. )l. IUleilYDE, Presidentg.
snni '(l, ii8AR