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J. ll. BOGUS EDrron.
P. F. BRAi)I.1Y & QO., PaormunTous.
PILKENS V. II..S. C.:
TIlUISDAY, MAY 13, 1886.
A Good Lawyer Gone.
On the morning of the 3d inst.,
Maj. James H. Wliitner, of Green
ville, died sudlenly of heart disease.
On the day following the funeral was
had fiom the Presbyterian church.
Maj. Whitner w a truly one of na
ture's noblemen. He was endowed
with the finest qualities of mind and
heart, and these natural advantages
were enchaned by the most liberal
culture. A profound, cautious and
paiistaking lawyer, he had the re
spect and admiration of the profess
ion. The woof and warp of his le
gal training were justice and equity.
Ever just to his client, he was always
generous to the opposite party. His
practice was simply a laborious, ear
nest search for the right. The op
posing counsel always had occasion
to commend his fairness. He has
left a professional record that is well
worthy of emmulation.
Last week the great railroad strike
in St. Louis was declared off, and the
men resumed work. This result was
reached by the mediat ion of the con
gressional labor conuniittcc.
But strikes week after week becom1le
more frequent and alarmling,randi one
after another, is attenicded with more
fearful consequences. Last week in
Chicago there was a labor strike, c,nd
confusion followed disorder, until
there was a general riot. Lal S f IS
killed policemen aii1p olicement killed
This was a conllict between law and
necessity. Capitaihsts get avari
cious and keep pressing just as
much as labor can bear, till it. will not
bear the pressure, then the
Capital is protected by law so that
iti cannot be taken for less than it is
worth. A high tariff will have to be
put upon labor before it can rest con
The Conventon's Wvrk.
it is over, and no one is hurt, the
party is not divided, nor is one clas
arrayed against another. Sevria
Journals have tuirnied their ridicui<
into praise, and have soft words witi
which to criticise mista%s.
If their action is endorsed hv- farm
er-s. gener ally, it is for thiemi to see thait
the-good is car-riedl into) effect --to see
that men arec sent to the Legislatiure
woare in for e(-onomyv, and oppolxs(I
tevery feature of extriavalgance.
If the Conivenitioni hIad taken miore
time to have c( oned th e co st, we feel
assured that it wou ld have saved itself
the mistake of demanding a onstitu
tional convenition. Suchi a thing is an1
uncommnon luxury for a State, andi
often proves a dlanger-ouis pas;timie.
It i.s welhl that the country~ should
have the farmier-'s views on'his owni
necessities. It wiill caulse ('verv initl
ligent farmer to loo k morle'eloi selv intf,
every thing wvhich affects his succes5s
It w~as surpr)lisinig that the conv-en.
tion shoafdpasi~-s rosoluitionis coniidemn i
ing the all cotoni syte of faring
andl also the connoin mistake of ciii
tivating too much land. If thes .e twu
mtistakes cani be corriectedl, it ill ht
wioith more to the farmiers of the
flate than the agricultu-al [Bureau
and College b)oth puIt together.
None have yet been able to sj'ow in
what respect thle convention dlid anly
harnr. It has cor-tainly so vn som'e
seed which w'ill br-ing forth good
A New Church.
Th'fe Commiission of Souith Car-oli
na Presby-tery, uappointedl to (r
ganize a churceh at Eaisley, met in the
3aptist church of this place, on Sab.
bath, the 9th of May, 1886, and wvasi
cunstituted with player by the chair
man, Dr. J. RI. Riley. J. McL. Sea
brook was appointed Secr-etar-y. Let
ters of dismission fronm Mt IPleasant,
(Carmel, Pickenis C. H. and 'Walhalla
cfiuicheh were readl, dismissing cci
tailn personls, upon01 wich they were
received ase miember-s into this c'hurch.
The following arec their names:
Jos. B. George, Thomas A. Arc-her
Mrs. Ruth Archer and chikkren. C.
T. Martin, W. W. Ford Mrs. M. A.
Ford and childr-en. Mrs. M. A. Ar
nold, Mrs- Alice Russell and chi1dren,
Abags Essie Russell, WV. A. Maulidin,
Mrs. Sarah Mauldin, Mi-s. Ma,-v Wy
att, Dr. J. W. Earle, Mr-s. Arnandia
Earle, Dr-..R. J. Gilliland, Mrs. R. J.
Gillilaind, J. MeD. Bruce.
The followving officers were elected:
Eldaie, W. WV. Ford, and C. T. Mar
tin. -Deacons, W. A. Maulin, and J.
The Easley Presbyterian Church
~ ~jw'ed with praer.Com.
- J. McL. SEAI-TOOF,
Inaproveniaents in Anderson
The Far)aere Trouble.
ANDEn8OZ, S. C.,. May 1, '86.
Ms. EDITOR: The farmers as a
general thing were glad to see the
recent rains. This is a large fine
day. All nature seems to be jubi
lant. The outfit for the Independent
hook and Ladder Co. arrive(d yester
day. The boys are delighted with it.
We now have three fire companies.
The Pioneer, Rough and Ready, and
I11lependent Hook and Ladder Co.
All three. comlpallies are composed of
good material, and with proper expe
rience and 1)ractice will do good servi
ces at a time when it is i('eded.
Oar citiz(Is alre beginiing to real
ize that to be a prosperous people we
must have diversitied industries. Car
rying out this idea, we now have the
Anderson Oil Mills Co., which in ad
dition to the oil department, manufac
tures the "Generostee Fertilizer."
which ranks second to none in its
analysis, being even better than
claimed to be by its manufacturers.
W have also the machine shops of
Osborn & McGukin, in which is
manufactured, doors, sash, and all
kinds of building material. We have
two lumber yards, two good newspa
pers, two first class female schools;
tho Anderson Female Seminai y
and Mrs. Murray's school for girls.
Misses Hubbard ancd Evans, each
have very good schools for boys and
girls. Then cones the Anderson
Military School, which is noted for
its coi1etency. Its pupils stand in
the first ranks in all competitive ex
aminations. Th mere is also located in
a ecntrnlj position in our city, the
Greely In -titite, for colord pupils,
whlich is Irolbablly the best colored
school in the u) country.
There sc(les to be a "Trouble"
among the farmers. Sonething is
wronr, and the cry is what is the
trouble? First 0110 solution and then
another is given. There is one sen
OUS troil)le that I have not seen men
tioned, at least, it looks to me like a
very serious trouble in the farmer's
way. It is the price of labor. I am
aware of the fact that the laborer
will disagree with ime, but I am sure
the peolle will agree with me when
they rightly consider the subject. The
p rire of lid or is about the s 110 w,
that it was when cotton sold for 20
cents per pound, and has remainec'
about the same on down to the pres
emit. To-day a man can get more ill
provisi, ns, and c"lothes for a day's
work than Ie could ever have done
since the days of slavery. There is
no0 discoiinut imade on account of the
low prices of what we produce, by
this labor the prices may go dowln,
but the pm:ices of lalbor remain the
same. Take out, of the crop prodluc
ed the customary rent, the expenses,
and there is the farmer that has as
luch left. for himself and the members
of his family that work, as ho pays
for the labor he hires. There is the
"Trouble" in part, but where is the
remedy? B. B.
Priogravuuanse of the M?inuister
andi~ DeaconsIt' IiittItuite
of PIIckens4 Counuty.
TIME: AND) PlAcE OF MEETINo.
Oolenioy Church, Friday befo re the
fifth Sunday in May' 18801; at 10 a. m.
Introdumctory' Sermoum by Iter D. C.
IFreeman111, ( W . Siniglet llon aterniate.
SubI je'ct---Du)'ies mand ob ligaitio ns of
cdihurch lebers cF to the Miniistry.
Text. i hs. v 12-13.
Afternmooni and inight the folhlowing.
sub jec.ts will lie dtiscussedl hv theo
What cani he done to) seenre to om-1
(huriches a miore'genend Gspel D Sllis.
drick~s, Wi. R Singletonl, T' P. IBo
JDunies and obiligat ions of Minis
terst i eachi otheir. .ino. 'T. Lewis,
Mi. Li. ,Joes.(. M'. Sinunonis, G'. F.
Hobhinson mond othe(rs.
H ow far- is a muan excusablei, or i'-hle
exeusab le foir iginoranice? J1. Mt. Stew
art, 1D. C. Frieman, R. Hlder, F"os
Thel~ speakinlg will be inter'splrsed
withI i music andl pra'Iyer,
sATIil'1Ax 9 A. M.
MIeeting (if the Mlusical mind Muitui
al I luprovemenCl Associitioin. .De)vo
tional exercises, to beu conltinllued for
3() minutes, coinducted by the Presi
The dlay toi be spenit ini song and
pryr with onie hour at nioon for
Prayer for the cauise of Teumprrance
by R1ev. D). C. F'reemni.
Dramdriniking a bad example, by
J. M. Stewart, open for 10 minute
Alcoihols inl mlediic. Drs. WV. J.
Bramlett and( JI. M. Crmenshaw. G4en
oral D.iseussion on the suzbjec't ini all of
its phases. E~verybody to part icipate.
sVND)AY, 9 A. Mu.
D)evotional Exercises, 30 mlinultes.
Fivo inminutes for speakers to be
selected1, the commflitte() to prePpare
leadersI, &c. The dlay to b)e spenit as
tIhe ExecutiAe Comnmittees of tIhe two
meitetinigs may think best.
At the last mneetinrg of Pickens
Counlmty Ministors and( D)eacons Insti
stuite, it was agrce(d to hold the next
meeting of thaut bodyl at Oolenioy Bap
tist Chiirch on Firiday before tihe fifth
Sundiay in May 188G.
It is hoped that a full delegation
will be on hand. D)on't forget your
ospeI lHymnls and Temfpr'anice H arps
0. WV. SINom,rIoN,
Chr'n jEx. Comn.
(Eafiley Messenger please copy.)
As talker, as writer, as teacher, as
preacher, a man is the gainer in every
y ay by the power of laconic 1 wavity
mn tx c4ron
Buoklen's Arnioa Salvo.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, 'Iettes, Ohapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive
ly cures Piles, or no pay reqpircd. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box
For sale by Dr. G. W. Earle.
BOWELS & CHILDREN TEETHING
It Is THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY
for the howels. It is otto or tie most ileas ant an<l
oilea'ious renomdies for all snmnuner con phiits.
Ata season when violimit. attnelsof the howels are
so frequent,som e speel y relief shoulk he at haul.
The wearied mother, losing sleep in nursing the
little one teet,hii, shou.l use this intelieine. 50
ets. a bottle. Send 4c. stamw to Walter A. Taylor,
Atlanta, Ga., for itill le hook.
Tayloae+ Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
Gum and 1uulleiu will cure (onglhs, (rnu p,
and Consuutaioun. Price 25c. and $1 a bottle.
TILE LEAI)ER iN
Whilo other people arc trying to
put a ilea ill VtU ('ILa' call on A. M.
MORRIS antd let himt throw a mule
in the Kunle place.
I have no0W on halId a gooti lot of
Flour, Bacon, Lard, C,'lke, Sugar,
Rite, Cai (GoodIs, and in fart aRy
thing that a imuily needs, anost tt
YOUR OWN PRICE.
I have vet cnl han((d a few Stoves
which I will sell at greatly rrdluc(d
I al.ayt's carry a lnre Stock of
Crockery, Tint-wae, et. etc.
raw!ii Reub lic (Ogars:.
'Iese Cia artw- a ao P:tr:tntl -tti"H
lutet ltly a lnd unqaliiedLv
.U IIa a 'aIi Lmn Filler
with mut. admitnrn or l a elettrn n.
Nom (Cigar of equat~l q 1uality a'd smo. :
ing mv'rit cn lhe 1-r<cleld for l ess
thln ift iwr Icenit. a ivan--e.
come114 and' seo imi- Gods, mu it,l, h-nn
ri n L .wjn'' S. it Ti i o '.' L O Lh ' t
oste v.hat 1 ennu give y at far a t
.ZIaill Strem't Wes~.t <>f ("nirt I fots-e.
Sienphjt, t31Ist Durable Ecntnia an I'efc
inu watesnogri; len it readye frmakt
THRESHING ENGINES~ndH " RSE
Ncaw Milsit. and Inn.dardl Imnplemenuts gon
cally.' Sed for illuetrated c atalou
Pennsylvania Agricultural 1' orkas, YoREk. Pa.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Newspaper Advertising Thureau,
10 Spruce St., New York.
Seond 10cts. for 10O-P-a<jo Pamphlet.
NAT JR E'S TARRANT'S
CUR E FORt Effe'rvet-tcent a itze.r
CONSIPAiON1,A PE RIENT.
p)1insa t :p ri<nt in~
p u vedt cl i wat cr nt ex
- - Ihilera' inr, lf1 -rvc.
ci ice 1)a h, reco
made hv cutr b'cest
I DY* S E . eersPls ue
L,iver Compclaimt, ccures "i-k S"Itma;ci, andtt
genctly~ mrg'e all thec l-xe're-amv'tor aens it
pcroper ai-Ict . It shtouild he 'ftourd ice tv
try househld animd crrited by ever travel-tt
r. Sotld Icy drisii, 't evemrywhelitre.
A FREE FARM IN DAKOTA
( an he procre wi' tithotut bhe u beed~ toIc
live on it or cerfcorme ihe sett.leme'ctnt utir.
Sendct 30 ets.* ftor an i ndtispe'nsibIItIt hcuse
hohtl art icle c () feour for one dollur ,
" 'Worth te'n times as mnuch, andc also rte
eel ve every in formaitio n re'ga rdhing fr(ee
Massenia. St. Laurenice Co., N. Y.
or W'ales, Ontatrio.
,BIG OFFElit To inctrtedue- them,
I1 wve will (GIVE AWAY 1,000 $clf
Operating Wacshing Maeinestt. If youci
wvant oane sendi us youir nameIlC, P'. 0. ha mm
express ofltie at oncem. TVhe Nati al
vo., 21 De.y street, New Yocrk.
nrp 22. 18tI8. o2 I
A ,New Bridge.
The county commissioners, at their
last meeting lastTuesday, adopted the
following resolution in referenco
to bridging Keowee river at s)me
point near the mouth of Six Mile
crook: Resolved, That the l)otitions
of certain citizens of Oconec county,
for the building of a bridge over Ke
owee river at or near the mouth of
Six M1 ilo creek, be granted upon con
dition that the county of Pickens I
contributes one half toward the buil
ding of said bridge, and that said
citizens contribute liberally toward
the building of said bridge in aid of
the county of Oconco, and that
the said petition be continued for
urt her consideration until the
act ion of the board of county
commissioners of Pickens county 1)0
ascertainted andl subscriptions by cit.
izons of Oconee county be raised.
Only Half Alive.
There are hosts of men and women
who, to coin a phrase, are only half
alive. That is to say, they have sel
dom if ever any appetite, are nervous,
weak, fidgety and troubled by num
berloss small pains and aches. In
the presence of vigorous, exhuberent
vitality they seem mere pigmies.
Such personts rfe usually fond of fre
quently dosing themselves, swallowing
in the course of the year enough drugs
to stock any apothecary's shop of av
erage dimensions. This of course,
defeats instead of furthering the end
in view, viz., the recovery of health
and vigor. Vere they to seek it from
an mfailing source of vitality, Hos
tetter's Stomnach Bitters, how difler
eut would Do their case. Then vigor
would retun to their debilitated frames
the glow of health to their wan cheeks,
their trembling uncertain gait would
grow firm and elastic, appetite, that
grandest of all sauces, would give a
relish for the daily food, wore it. ever
so coarse, and refresing sleep would
crown the tasks of the day.
For Probato Judge.
i3 MY . ,J. B. N-:w-:cr is presen
ted as a candidate for the o(ilce of
Probato Julge, for the County of
Pickens, suiject to the Primary
For Co nty Commissioner
se The imany friends of C.we.us
A. B. T.ut.u.:r respect fully antnonnee
hdin as a candida te for rt+-eAction to
the oflict of County Coumui sioner,
s,hiject to tlhe Democratic Priuar
WB'jy CA PT PA:N .I. ,T. IIEm is preseil
I ('( as a canldidatLIe fir icei lection to I
the~ o!liice of C muity C .m is:si, ner,
1His nmany friends will press his
For School Cotmisioner.
B6/- T1he frji indsof Mla. LABAs
M.'Ll !N Iiespe tfuiilyJ preseint liilla its
ai (ca'ldite for reilect.ion to the of
tiee of Silhool C anisio; ner, subjecut
to I he Demiiocrat i' Pr'iimary E!eet iin.
j "' Th mn on- frieisl of Ib~i:v. ( .
WV. 8: N.L.:ro X, re spec tfIully annii nniei
himtu as a cani lain( ) for the i of
School (O en'ii m*:.*e, subhjoeit to) the
Pimari;y ile :ti im.
For County Auditor.
2l'"' Ma. D.GCmua.isprIesente-d to the
voters of P ickenus C'anntys, as ai ca- di
date for the ofli'e of Ci'unty A.;ditor,
subje~ct ti the Pimiary~ liect ion,.
8ri Mlu J. B Cmynuu is presented
us a canida'te f wr re-e lectin to the
I ilien of C'ounuty Auditor, subject to
thePrimary lct ion.
4TLT persons are borohy noti'ied not
I ''to hunt, fishi, or othieriwiso trespass
on our lands, as all tresp)assers wvill be
dealt withl according to law.
T. L. ROBERTSON,
W. W. CLAYTON,
J. 0. SMITH.
May 13, 1881 * 32 3t
This pow~ der never varies. A mrvel o of
purity, atmy,gth and wh-Iolesemni '. More
economrical than the ordinary 'kinds, and
cannot he sold in comtpetitionI with the
mlulltitud(e of lowv tes-t, shr.rt. wveight alumn
or phosphate powde-rs. (-old1( only) in erns.
RovjAt IJA:iNO P'ownDE Co.. I 06 'WaIl
ThIESE ARE WHAT DRAW
J. H. Morgan
Prices that plead in their truthful lo<
louseS who advertise Bargains
-and those who have niore Bai ains t
This Depart.ieint has been wonder
fully successful this Spring.
The sales have been far in excess of
Our most sanguine expectation.
There are imore real gerns right
here now than anyone can iinagine.
Surali Silks in great varie'ty.
An array of Sumiier Silks in beau
An ex(luisite line of Colu'ed Gros
Grain Silks in all the d(sirable s:aul's i
which we are ofleIring at special in
The Largest Stock of Black Gros
Grain Dress Silks probable in the
You can buy a Black Silk dress here
at any price from 50 cents to $2.50 a
We guarantee the wear of every
piece of Black Gros Grain Silk at $1
a .Vard and upward. Tlhis guirantee
literally ineais that if any- Back Gros
Grain Silk at $1.0() and upwar<1 fails
to wenr satisffactoily we will make
good the loss to the purchaser.
When rontenplatiing the puirchase
of a silk dress it will pity you to ex
amiine this stock. We guarantee to
iiatch smpeiips 1)0th as to quality and
price from aiiy miar kct in Aierica.
Turkev 1ed Damask at '15 cents a
Ellegait Turkey Red Daunusk at 25,
:5, 4ii, 5e, Go, ;5 cents and up) to $1.
'25 a annl. "
. ni:iilicn('iut line of White Table
I)anmiask itt all prieIh in gi Inal te.
A P'r'f1' .ii of ] )o\ii(.s an( Nap
i t ltl '".i plast' (Vti v i:tr.
\o ( I)re: s ( ioods at 8. etls a
hlit: Qilt. at r. uents.
Whli:t; Q,'ui- at c5ents- excill(.nt
"THE Er.zEvlt IIHRARY is perftection,
for the happy idea."--Jous 1. L4YBnooK, I
200 On the P''leasure' lfitmlt'ing,l with the faimouls
listl of (00 b'ooks. SittJc,pi LC;eeor:,...2
iS Prasmu1 and l.uither. J. A. V0no71e .... e
1;0 tasNt Esitn.v of Ela:. CHIAnij:s LAnn......15e!
Im,~ Love. .141.1' WA.O.no EMlr.n2a(N...........2
mrk Elsnsof ~rIl.. CIIAI LE~S L.A3n............ I
165, lit,roli.'. I ALPI w.l'I WA.o E Mittiox. .....2
16's eonoperatliona. iliO.AKE..........10
1(1 lltrke' onl ih.- suhH me10 luau i(4-luifuloomplete i''
10 4 lbtr.'r Die-ta. A .IsT*.'C OIT(InC.L.....1e
1Z5 Thomas eClyi--, fromi C'jiter Dh'ta. ....2
193 T1uhso mrc PcuiryEouu).S
1 IA'cture onT.'mlperance...............2
* CLASSIC COMEDIE~S.
179 l-very .Mla lu Ilsilaimor. 1l,N .10Soso....... 100
i75 A dehool for scanall. suEIIFIA.............. 100'
374 Stho Stoops to Conquior. (oLIO4.,aur...... .... 10u
M ISC E LL A NEOUS.
I flip Van WinkIe. WVAsuIONTOY IniNo..... 2.
S Washington's Farewell Address. Etc..... ... 4Ic
2 MotIve- Htabit of Re.adlng. (..IticIIASDaN. '2c
18 The Cricket on the Htearth. Inl'd. Du!KKNS. 100~
0 Highways of Literature. DAVID Pavos...... 10c
Eli Bacon's Ellays. Complet................ ..... o
29 The Spectre Blridegroom. wasuIINOTON IVnI) 2c
1 13 Conduct or The Understami.ng. JoHN LocKEi 10c
l15 Luthor's Table Talk UnI. 11 1c!A1LAY.......... oc
116 Luther Anecdotes. Dui. MAC AULAY...........8
124I Legend or the WVandering J 1w. Ba1AINo-OOUILD 24'
125 ConfessIons of an Opium-El ter. DEt QUjINCEY. l0c
182 On L,iberty.r JouN STUAnT MI................. 2
1361 The War frthe Union. wENDELL Pmnr.i.JPs. Se
137 Progress of the Working CIlasacn, It. o!FFENt. 4e
By SIR WALTER SCOTT.
126 Lay of' the Last Minstrel...................... 6c
127 Marmion.................... .................. 8e
128 Ladly of the Lake............................. 8
131 Rokeby............. .......................... 8c
H UMO ROUS.
Ui American Humoitab-InviNo................2c
lilmeriean Huomoris4tR--LowEI.L................ 4
2( 41merlean Humlrorists--A. WVAnn.............2c
j I \meri(nn Humorista--MAIK TwvAIN4..........2c
03 1om Advontures of larIon Munchaunsen...2e
107 The Iluttlo of the Blooks. DlEAN SWIFT...... 2c
145 'Tints of the Timnes. Etc. ORPEliUH C. KRnnt... 2c
195 ClassIc Htumorists: Anacreon ; Joel Barlow;
Richard Harris iBarham.................... 8e
10 Queen Mabel. & Other Poems. Illus. Ai.nv.N..i
13 A Hlaif Hour in Natural History. PEAnODY.. 84!
40 Sunshine, and Other stories. Illhus. ALDEN.... 3
61 Pables from Zsop. llustrated......... 80
52 Sindhad tIle BailOr, froms The A rabian NIghts 2c
66 The Story-Teller. BANS ANDERSEN........... 10
87 Fairy Ta les " '' 10c
148 Juvenile Gems of song and Story.........,.... 4c
ILL USTRA TED)Et TA LO(GUE, 132pat
Con<lenactl Castualeuc, frce. J OH N B. A L
t OFFER. Te]
X, mentsq with Mrt.
Extrafrom the first pu
the following off
ohoicest literaturo the world has seen, in
I . IYBU LI, be(lon1ging to h. A. HIowen
& Co. is now'. at Rt. A BOWVN'*S.
ott 1, 185 1
K NA'iONT1Y O1" P1(K ENS Hv
J. I. Ni wTON, Eq. , P1robit e .Judge..
sit ltol me t ilt him taterseu 4fTI A<hin
istrato of the EIhstai. ''Ite and eff eIo
tha:t they ' he4 and( applIeir, crfore mell, ini the
Colurt of Priobaite, to be hild at Pickensi~
Court flousei, S. ('., 441 the 22d dlay oaf
May net, aifte4r 1pub1 ll tin aere'of, at Ii
o'lock inI tile for'enio ni, to ben cau% 'ise, it
tilI ion itioul m4 i' e rInt ed.
Gie und'I I Cer myl~ thandt and14 8011, thmis 12th
rlaIV of April. Annal flamini, 1luun
S THE CROWD 1)AI LY TO
& Bro's. Store.
ie the d(itlerentce betweeni dlealing with
-that in t eality are not Bargains
hat' they can ativertise.
White Quilts worth $1.40, M :
galn's price $1.00
We oiler the bCst Quilt at $1.50 in
America to-day for the monl"ey. Fact
White Quilts at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
il 1i to $4.50.
Fair and square dealing with gen
uie, )ontatahe Bargains is what causes
J. 11. Morgan &. Bros., store to he
thrOnrgel tlaily with custoiuers.
Another imnportation of that won
d(erfiul Inia' !in Lin1n w"e Sell att 10 cenits
a Vard. No thy goods 111111 would
value it to be worth less than 20 ctttts.
50 Pieces Bleaching at 5 cents a
1 Lot 5-4 Pillow Casing 10 cents a
27 Pieces 10-4 Sheeting 15 cents a
3,376 Yaris printed Lawns (to ar
rive' this week) at :3l cents a yard.
20,000 Needles 1 c(nt a pape r.
Only 37 d zen of those 1 cent
41 1)ozen iore of those ladies full,
regular Balbriggan HoI1se to 1be! given
away at 15 cents a pair. Thny are
ab)solutely w\ortht 25 c':nts. They1
caln't, 1he fouund1 (lsecherc.
It seens to bd ia mat ter of surprise
ta Iallny of 11w travelling men :nil
transient visitors as to hmw we col
trol such a Vtlmue of trade 1e ing on
a sid.e street awo from the L:ain
ihorouhfaro. W'e are often asked
tht questitn h'ow) 10 we do it.
e t : a! lIV repiV th a t wi1 (.
hi : )t tise hn1' gi lfit t\h:
wV nt t. -(:1; tr':,t ' (1 ' Iur ns
:lik with w'] iS yn pi!tn i
Lioin, an<t im:t'e ho ing to ltl'wm b.th
:!lal t andit:t ble.
I1 Fi Dress Go. s da:lP
IIORGMAN & BRD.
andl( the noor will alw'ays he your deCbtor
llocksburg, Va. All in LARG?E TYPE.
'Ar.MOUS POE MS.
(1 Ennoeb A rolen. A4y.vn)I:D T.NN4YSoiN......2
'2H i tot.. EniA4(I-EA I:e............7
25 T1he l-serted v iig. tt. 4oor.Ieter:T... 2
274. H 4w . t iia;. v *b N i.2 to .aa -.1 dU.O4 ...
24 5ro4." of se i-. & other I'0ents5. Jl.AN INuz.:4.ow'2o
*1 jeil4i-'s Sony& oft thie 140-i1. Etc..............2
(' l..$.:sy* In Mnni~. A L4'. Po)ir'. .........;5
-49 o1e:-t raietof w'votn1i'4. UAX4'PE... ..2
141 .\4n1.)p4a Lolt44 lIiiCN...........2o
IC Ano-ient Ma,rtner. coIl.44ii,.4x..............2
0', Vir.,nia, Ivry, the Arsnntia. F.te. M4ACAUI.AY 2o
hI 21 he iPotrt. 44t [1rue.. A VT4oUN.........2
LI'' T14- aaven,.& o ther l'4'4rna1. EnaOAR. A. l'oi. 20
'3 Hi.rr,ouin :4ndl Dor' ft-a w. 3 ig......
16lI Irish Metic1.Mon: !O4............... 140
LiJ india1 1.)4ooh. Aoos................... 12t)
B O"'Rt AP H Y. -
192 wtilliam PItlt. MIa'AII..y....''.......7o
1i1 wairren I4litin4. Ma'-AU.y.......... 10i
dl I i Hav.. Bl..acA:I.Ay. .............. 0
3- Onvel'r I:r04mw-l. 1..AR4T1,4........... 100
lE Jn t i4tis Gesar. i.1.1 00 .... t...i.... ... ..100
1>.1 1,ifo of nlanial. TiloMA ARnsOD, of Itngby 100
112 Enterson. 1AITTHr.w A14No(4.D........20
1 i Vw 444letl Philli44. OsEo. wM. CunTIs....30
149 .'$itonl. T. Ii. 1AVAUL.AY...........0
14 sotint, nli:,fo1<. JollN TYNDAI.L...........0
14) .1 t4 i"0Fr41ii l, '1 ho ARtr4onO er.......S
75s i.ifl of samhI 1144'nston. C. EI,wARms IESTr-E. 200
41 i.li of Pte4r t.ooper. C. Euw Ant,a ESsTxa.. i00
3.' l.ire. 4f Alex. II.s5t4phen'A. NOnLTON........... 10
16I Life o,f Gn4.tave Dor?'. liltistratct............30
12 sir Isn Newton. JamI:s P'AITON(............23
Ii Fre,hirrtek the ,r4lnt. MaAAL.AY.. ......'70
4 LIfe of was1blgitonh Irrvinig. IR. 11. sITODIAIiD. 60
42 The(eIlztIOh,s 41f AsIa. RlAwv.U49o'v......20
(4Tih oltie 11erntts. enatA.IKis4oo.4.y.... 2o
101 Thie liattin or Mat athon. hilt EiW . enEvARY.. . So
lieJ The 1!ttle' of H as2togs. Sint EtW. enEAsY... 3
110 Defeat of the spanlakh Armnda. OnEASY...20
112 1i he1attl 4of Sarato'ga. Sint EDw. eni.osY... 20
112 The Uat Lie of waterloo. Sint EDw. CntE.nV... 20
1.43 lThe omning 54lavery.......................... 30
la htKnowle<ige is of Most worth...........50
1394 tItetumi 10Iu'-at10n.......................'50
140 Moral EI,unention....... ............260
141 Ph1iySleal l.a4inent i(on ............... 0
6 The Re5pent of Scee' A. wiu.sog...20
12 wo''4rl.Sbmaching. r.tc. w. M. wzLiAut~s...20
44 'The IEvi4Iencmes of Evolutilon. KUILKT......20
122 Publie Hlealth. EDwAnnr OnTos............... 2a
167 on LeaVeR. Sit JhNt .LnnocK......... 40
By JOHN RUSKIN.
117 Reisame ami4) 1Lilo............................. 100
11 e~ rown of wiki Olivo.......................... 1(0
1i9 Ethies of the Dust............................ 10o
esa, of my lmnmeniso stock of Books, price 4 cente;
DE N, Publish'er, 393 Pearl St., New '.ork.
>ulishier of this p4aper 1has malde airrange
ALDEN, to continuel for 30 days only,
ylication of this annoncernient, w h5eeby
er is made po~sil.* Trhis presents the
handsome dress, at cost marvelously los
Notice of Intention to Claim
ElizabIeth I1:arkh' h2 thisi d:y lilt, I
L. petitilon in ryoliY'oie 1 innler .en 20 I
ofC the ('eeral SI:41les of I alis MIae, fo,'
lio'la4:1ie2d lfo her:LIeli nd4 her .cre ill
ed i:i.handu, lieddlin -hiackl'ey.
aprjIil 29, 1HS 3-0 .it
Seneca River Land
qwill sell '200 A'(~ee ofi MY FOMI
PH A C E ( CoL Spring) in Picke
dhiectly on1 A ir~ Line' Rile144ad, adljoinl
nig 1ands ofI Fort Ilill--ctaOinsh 312 141 re
1tive li0 ottoml. Th1e b1i-h-ind is44( ino10 ea0t.
tonl 1hu14--411bout fbI a1cres (leared. Ilia :1
uoIst eonveiencttly 1locato I. MN y add1 ress
is Penle4ton, &' C'.
.J. WV. CRIAWFOR D.
(')lu ~i n- r>;h.,.. ( s.n. 5. ,.
R- S. MORGAN,
Greenville, S. C.,
DE ALER IN BOOTS AND SHOEE
Custom i!adc cods a Spacialty.
LA1)IES-' Kid, Goat, Glove $id, Glove
Tops, I)ongola. Pebble, Glove Calf, VCaI
Calf, Kip, and A. Calf, Shocs,in buttoun
and lace of 'all qualities and stylfs.
MISSES.-All the above in Misses sizes,
with some grades specially adaptcd for
Cl1ll)l(rmNS'-In1 ~ Chil(rens' Shoes, I
select. styles betptadapted to develope the
imiseles of the feet, and at thesarnec ime
givc neatness ina appearance. All g des
MENS'-- 1iotsof best taunery calf with
single anid anad-double tippers, plain and
French hip Boots, plain and box toes.
Wax Kip, P. Calf and S. Kip Boots,
wit Ii peg and screw bottoms.
MENS' -- l)ress Shoes of best French Calf,
hand-sewed, made in (;ongress, Button
Mylv English Waukenphast Shoes are the
lst on the market.
I can furnish Iland-sewed, cork sole
shoes in Congress Lace or Button.
Iest American ('all Shoes of any atyle,.
qu:ality and price.
French lip Planter Ties unequalled for
com(fort and wearing qualities.
MENS'- ll(eavy (_lcodls. I offer a stock of
Shoes for everyday wear, of great cx
Brorians, high and medium cut, of P.
-'alf, lined and tinlined.
Ki p and Wax B3rogans, high and medium
cut, p('L aud sere w bot tm'ins, plain and
top s d es, anule of first. qnality stock.
R( )YS'-- Boots and Shoes, running in qual
ity" anol style with Mens' Goods, at un
usually loaw prices.
I have verytcrthing usually kept in a First
aI:iss Tioot and Shoe Store.
r-i Many yars exp ericrce as a fitter,
tn:abht me to aid -thuse who have tender
fet in s"elcting Shots for (omafotrt.' Weak
ankles can it -trenigt hen ed 1111(1 (leformity
of feet prt-vented ly the aid of an expe
rienced lit ter. I give my personal atten
tion to this bran (h of my husiness.
r. s. 1O(JiA N,
Suucessnr to Abel ani Morgan.
sept 24, 1P8 1 ' 6m
\VHI:N YOU NEED FURNITURE
1urnn & Blaylock,
1E.1SLEY,2 S. C.
'hy h:i a Ihla rge. ad 1 Ct selected
;t.- Ivr: boulht to this coauntym".
thaL'n e.cr kniiwn b'e!-re. C'all iand a..
aur Goo andi ~ go*t prh-en, and you wil
\V Io havey a full line of (201F 1IMS
LAO3I, -o.. of all styles andi size,'
fainn'i '-u-m,adet Couinis up~ to the les
4 hio -nts wat kd on diay or inigh t with -
Thaningysn fo pait favors, anid
noe fr a i:nee of' s,AA. .l'con't
oi gd t hait th,e pIlac for
* RUSTION~ & B LAYLOC K'S
sept 24., 1885 1 tf
IT WILL PAY YOU
ff you propose going WVest or North
west, to write to mie, I represent the
Short LI~ ie
F. D). BUJSH,
D). P. A. Atlanta, Ga.
Professional Notice s.
ni. A. (H[IJI) wM. A. wirLLIAMS
Pickoins C. H1. Greenville, 8. (1.
. CILD) & WILLIAMS,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
(4rteenville, S. C.
Will praeltion in al lihe Courts of Green
ville Cor'unty, Stato and Federal.4
maity 29, 188413
TH10M A8 (1 0. R)RINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LJAW,
P'It T&FJ C. II., S. C.
Pr ati( Is inl the (Courts of the State and int
tIhe n i ted -'tat es (''urt.
OfIIiee ini Co.art IIouse.
M. 1. ANSE f>, .. H. NE~WTON,
(Groonv~ille', S. C. Pickens, 8. C.
ANSEL~ & NEWVTON,
AEE t f'rney at Law
PIKENS (5. H., S. (1
june 141, 1883 38 tf.
(ILD~I & JI000%~
Attornoys and Counselors at Law
PICKENS (I. H., S. C.
*Will practijee in all the State and FederA'