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TRURS)AY, NOVEMB1R 4, 1886. c
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For Announoing fundilates, five f
dollars each, strictly in advance.
8 PA PER - beou onf fle a.t eis.
Greenville is somewhat exercised
ever the rumor that the Ilicbmond &
Danville Syndicate is about to get
s ntrol of the Georgia Central in this
State, and once more deprixe Green
tille of the great luxury of competing
That was.a mostheart rending dis
aster which ocurrod at Rio, on the
Milvaukee & St. Paul Railroad,
Wednesday of last week. The ac
eident was caused' by a freight train
having left the switch open. Many
of the passengers;were crushed in the
wreck and burned to death.
The Mason Cotton Harvester and
gin has now been thorougly tried, atnd1
found sufficient for the work, and its
tssured sUC(ess marks the beginning m
of a 1ew era in the cotton business.
The Picker will need a mate to pre
cade it in the spring, with a capacity
for plowing and thinning eight rows e
of cotton at one round. iE
Col. Richardson's defenso of the a
Democratic Administration of our t
State has been alde and eloquent, 1:
but it seems to have stirred the up-.
contry news papers to the bottom.
Nearly all of them say the taxes are
too high, and that we must ecolo
mise. Where will the first blow be u
struck? We are a friend to the far
mer, but we think the Agrieultura
Department and the Canal shoulId
The Augupta Chlronicle does not
speak very pleasantly, in regard to a:
the arralneent of the railroads, p
which carries tile News and Courier IL
out of Augusta onl the trainl with the
Chronicle of thle samoe date. It does
look like crowding our August a Coni
temporary a little, hat tuost of the 1P
territory traverseed b)y the Augusta & a1
Knloxville Railroad natuiirally blonltIIgs t i
to a Carolina paper. The C.hroniicle E
should lease a balloonl in which to y
to Chiarleston, if the railroad acc'.m n
modations do hot suii, it. Ii
Of late day's the courts of the Pres e*
byterian ohurch seem to be a law
unito themselves, and thley do str::ge
t hings on entirely nm w st yh s. The
(iheaw Syno(d in adoptinug resolui.
ttons asking D)r. Woeodrew to resign
a"-.owedt each mlembier five~fA miutest
expjlin why he vot.ed ''nye"' or 'ny
and that too, after a full amnd free hd
taSiSon of the u hoh- mat ti,r. Th'fi. .
a new~ paliafmntary codeO. A t thia
rate it will not be lo'g before they
provide a civil docket, and give judge.
~ment against deluinquent minimsters
and churches, and levy anmd sell. Thme
Soumth Carolina Presby'tery', though,
does not seem to be up to tile times,
as it emplhatically disapproved of thme
action of the Ge'neral Assembl,y at
Augusta. Next thing it knows, it will
be attached for contempt.t
The editors of the Third District ii
are throwing hot shot into lioni Geo.n
J).Tillman for bi6 attack on the ad.
seinistration at Washington. Tihe
acouse him of one thing, which if it is t4
true, we do not think it is exactly
fair in the editors and correspondlcets
to onzfront him with. Thlat is thatt
he wrae afraid to nake these charge.s
before he was no'ninated. But it is
n.o use for them tc attack him if he
can get his corastituments to belitee
that Cleveland hars put down thepriet
of eotton,for theoy will support thc.r
congressman in everything he can
say against a man that wouldl do that
atnd Openly charge the newspapermen
wifl being a friend of the administra..
lion. But thins thing of men publien
ing their platformns after thoy have
been nomi1nted is becomning common
It is better or at least safer to try
experiment then, anId if one sees he is
driving up~on s, rock lhe canl tack; i
the next two years and say the gu
i*e Arr. +1Pi, ~oitege.
E-GovernoZ- Jolieon, 1agood has
+ itten a letter to. Mr. B. B. Tilhaan
IaUtily endorsing the armuers move
sent in regard to the etablislnnont
i an Agricultural College in |this
tate, but 1;dSusing to become afllead
ad in the movement, because it con\
emplates the overthrow of the Cita
lel Academy, of which the ;Ex-Qov
rnor is an olicer by appointment of
The matter of establishing an Ag
icultural College is a dead weight on
he Farmer's movement which pro
esses t be in the interests of econL
my. Nooone will dis:ute the fact
hat such a college is a good thing
or a state to have, but it is expensive
nd we have yet to see a showing
hat will convince us th.at the good it
ould do, would be conuneiisiurated
vith the epenso involvcd. It woul
each its d(iciples the theory and prac.
ice of farming, but it could make
none of them successful farmers.
Ihe qualities which characterize our
successful farmiers are not to be grin
ed in any chool. They are princi
pally ac<iired in iovhood lays by
habits of industry and econoly. An
experiineittd farm run on a graind
anfll systemuat.ic(sCal'e, by mneycv appro
priate(1 from the treasurerof the
state, is ill adopted to teach those
1onu)s which aL man mnust learn,
when he is compelled to strike those
rockv hills with no other appropria
tion than the sweat of his brow and
he strength of his iuscle,
It would be a positive disadvantage
o learn fanning with all the improv
d implements that the state would
urnish, anid then be driven to the
ise of such scanty tools as his limited
wans would provide. We have
uothing to say' against inproved and
lbor-saving implelentA, but we have
nown themn spoil several good far
iers. No noniey should be appro
riatoi to educational Purposes, ox
1pt the two mulls school tax. That
i enough for the pex)plo to pay until
Le State iH out of debt. If they can
[lord any more it should be applied
> choking the bonds which annual.
Kwallow our money by the thousands
I the hlape of interest.
It would he a good thing to have
-cc turn pike roads in time upper pat
the Stat-- they would be a great
ublic benelit, but the expense
ouuld A tot) muclh t. askc
the State, especially while the cry
''down witli taxes." the State tr.x
it now is w%ill niot hmurt anybody
umeh, but if youl raise it, you'll raise
hiuriennue. Selft imuposed county tax
are the things that are making our
Bople honil Ip shiouldered , anld cross,
ad the Staitto houd try no more ox
:,rimenmts, until the burde-ns are re
oved1 from the counties,
.The TwoV4 ca.reait Re~formsI,.
(iVewis and courier),
There is no doubt that whet op
'sses the people of Sc th Cavolina,
d the farmers inl pariclulr, is nlot
e0 StaLte tax on property, but the
nuitedl States tax oni consluption.
ThIe iman w ho hans no0 propecrty pays~
tax ini Si uthi Ca -olinai, excep)ting~
e p>ll tax of one( dollar for the
heoos. But however poor-he is, ho
mnllot (scape thle United States tax,
long as lhe wears clothos anid has
lther anld eaZts anytin more(~' than
I(m iro llS n simllesutStfo It.
Th.e luit, thte sh~oes, the shirt and(
be coat, heu u cara,u theC 0v".. ini wh'~ich
t. bak,s his luii-ait., theo hoe aimnd
lwv. huieh lhe im,s ini the field,
re taxedi iudr the tarift'law and( inl
rC-ee inI pri', bf mor than ai thiird.
h>wverpoo thei hmol e c*iit., he
womg1~.s il btulionh onl f. ocd, clothzing'
aid sheult er. N either living nor dy
ug cani ho (escaple.
For this reason it is that our Lau
mS corresponldent urges the D)erno
at ic speakers to enlighten the peo
0eticncrnuinlg thme effects of the war
rity tax, ais vastly more inupIortanIt
an11 any tax levied by the State.
hant canm 1be saved by te most pinch
g economy inl Coluimbia--anu econo
'y that would he0 ahuinost criminal!
(frhaps $100),(000 a yearL. A redche
on oni only a tenith-ne1 dollar in
mn-ini the tariff tax would save the
Iople a mnillioni dolars a ytear at
Some work in the right direc-tion
as5 been( dlone this year, and there is
>t time for nmeh of thu saume kind,
u'fore the electioni. Bu there w..ill he
anth er el-ct in. inc'hin iig the eltt
Oin of Premtidenti, two yearCs hencet.
['uiring the iiiterv'al, thle peoplte enn
be talked to and~ united. Tlhe publ1ieW
meni andi the~ pulllic pre'ss can ai ph
themselves to the0 pa)t riotic task. By
su dloing, they will prevent tIe Stat(,
camlpaignl of 1888 from bim foug
on lyimg grounrd, anld "ill pult th~e
pep0le mi (condition1 to act inteigentl;
mn electing again aL D)emocra,tic cand'.
late for President.
Tfariff' r4rm nd1( c'ivil service re
form arme the conunnndning1publi
Iestions5 of time day-' By' tardil re.
jision canm be relieved from a great
>aVt of the load which no0w breaks
ha~5 hacks. Civil ser'vie reform
vill pri"fy the machinery of parties
md give sbility to the Runnhbic.
AruMnsoiz, Oetober 22.-What the
State Fair is to the State the Pen
dietun Stock Show is to Anderson'
Pickens and Oconee Counties. Early
yesterday morning vehicles of evcry
description went r ling from every
direction into Pendleton, and< by 10
o,clock the whole town was filled with
a moving mass of lluuanity. The
third annual stock show had been
well advertised, and the large num
ber of anxious spectators present, in
spite of the dust, was very gratifying
to the Farmers Society, under whose
atus)ices the show was held. The
crowd was estimated at three thou;
sanld. Many stock raisers were pres
cut from the susroundiug counties
and from Georgia.
On account of the heat and dust
no hogs were exhibited, and nany
cattle that would under more favor
able circumstaiices have been shown
were not brought out.
The most attractive foature ofthe
occasion was the exhibit of unexcep
tional fine colts, sired principally by
"Ited Chief" and"Margin," the two
staUions owened by Mr. John Lewis,
and so vell known in upper Carolina.
Anticipating the large crowd that
Would be )reseIlt, the managers mov
ed the show this year about a.nule down
the railroad to Im1or0 spacious groun ids,
and to a locality decidedly better in
many respects. The horses and colts
were ha!tered in a pine grove of sever
al acres, getting at the same time the
benefit of the shade thereby afforded,
aud relief from dust given
by the heavy coat of pine loaves un
der foot. The circular race track of
half a mile was well graded, and was
certainly tdeidedly luprovemdent on
the small one used last year. Not a
drop of rain has fallen since the work
was done on tie track and ground.;.
it will require no stretch of the imag
ination, therefore to gjt a correct
idea of the thick cloud of dust per
ceptible in evrry direction. The
driving was very good ani w:as en
joyed a$ Itucl as possil o uu,limd the
unfavorable circumnstanuce just de
scribed. Comfortable seats were
erected for the Indies just across the
track from the judges' staid, and
mainy fair ones graced the occa-i n
by their preHence and smiles. Every
body semued to be delighted with
what they saw, and many so express
Tho diy passed ofi' quietly, and
there w',as n10 serious necidente. One
nlegro) managing one of the colts, wasq
severely kicked on the thigh. The
wotundt blod( profusely, bunt wats h1prmp
ly attetle to01 I by the physiciaus, antd
at last aiccounits tho man was doin:g
Music was furnished by thie color
e'd banmd if Pentdlet,on.
The memtr,bers of the PIndlhetonu
F"armiers' Society are gratified byv the
wvork of yetra sfar beyondit what.
they Itmd exptectedl or hoped for, and
are dieterined already to maitke thet
fourth' annutal stock show next year
superiotr to any of thie pro(ceedinag
LAMnnis' S. C., Octob)er 20.
Mnlf. Eutrou: --Two lonig weeks gone
since I left Pickens, and twice the
SENTIINEL has glatdened may eyes by
its app)eara&nce. It is so like a mtes
sage fromn 'IIome Sweet Hlome," thaut
I eagerly peruse15 its columns. Learn.t
ed of Mr. A. M's. good fortune b)efore
I got the SENINEL,. May his p)leas
uires never grow less.
HLave been'1 so closely Confined to
thme manulufactory of "fire -water," have
niot seeHn much of this country. Found
time on Saturday. eve to visit Lani
drums. Saw that a nmew store hui.ms
was well unider way, and learned that
tw@ wvould son1 he openued out Matd)
acqjluaintanice with Mr. Noah Carpen
fer, whto is a live business man, head
of a leading firmu, Depot andi express
agent. Hie in a jovial outspoken gena
tiemuan with a lesanL1t wvord for all
The only wonder is that such a man
would be allowe;d to remain a bach.
I lo r.
The P. M. is ailso a pleasant genl
tleman, and ini connuection with the
odlice rituts a dlrtig store.
Malke t he SENTINEL, a daily, at loist
till JIget home11. A R. N. F.
"CJcanLE.sToN's .EAa1THIQUAKE ILLrUs
'ribATLI'."- .The~ widetspre(and( illtorest
evoke-d by thet terrileo visitation to
whtich t he (City of Chiarleston h as b een
sinbljected seemis certa;in to entsure an1
wi1h the above'V title, now )Win press, to
be issued at ani (arly (lay, by Messrs
MacNeil & Flanders, pubIlishers', of
Charleston. Inm book form is given a
full an<i correct acc5ounit of thtis great
(st earthq1uake America has ever
known, wvith numeiarouis fine illustra
tions of all promintent buildings damr
nged, camp-s5enes, etc., etc. Sent
postaid, Oil order of app)licatio)n on
receipt of prlice, 5i0e. (postal note) by
the Publishers, MacNeil & Flanders,
Box 775, Charleat. So C '
Tiq igh;b Wonder.
Georg e the "Empire State of the
Soutl",, in addition to its reputation
as a State of commercial aoti ity,. is a
Ste full of wondtrs. We have Lu
ka 1urst, the nagip- lady of that
state, and several ladies similarly
affected. Then we have Sam Jones,
Sam Small, and Tobe Jackaun, the
dynamiter--all hailing from that
colmumowealth. In addition to this
they have Atlanta and the Kimbal
House, both of which have advertised
themselves considerably, sometimes
at the expense of their unfortunate
neighbors who have been almost de
stroyed by the earthquake. But the
greatest wyonder of all-one who
would make a darwing card for Bar
num's circus- -solme Nortthorn Jou -
nalist, who, after writing various alr
ticles about Georgia "Crackers" to
his paper, made the following con
fession. "I, this day, August 22,
1886, state and give my signature in
the presenge of vell known citizens
of Millen, Ga., that I have proven
myself a liar and a man who conmnu
nicaztes lies to a Northern journal for
Of all the wonders this is the most
wondrous. It should be stated that
the correspondemit aforesaid was per
suaded to make the above confession.
FArra CnE.--Not long since Rev.
R. C. Oliver left Spartan burg to at
tend a holiness meeting in Millege
ville, (a. After they had been in
session a few (days the tow n was
throwu in great commotion by the
faith cure of Irs. Sarah Vard, of
EAtonton. She had been a cripple
for six years from ap injury sustained
on her thigh. It was with great
difliculty she could walk with cruteh
Cs. She had an appoint ment with
about a dozen of the faith cure b
lievers to metet and praiy for her. !
They assembhled in Mrs. Vooten';
parlor. Mi's. W lrdt hadl to e ctarri,
into the house. iMr[s. Wooton. was
ralyig nmu t earnestly wvhe:n Ir.
'ard suddely sprang ip), exc.laiii
that sie Wias well and could walk.
She l-ft her crultcles and walkeda
lumt a itile to thelhotel. This is cer
tainly a vonderful cure.
A IanisinotIi I'ecani G rov"e.'
( Fr<n IA,e liarInell ((,.r) Xun,)
1ir. S. ' . l'et k of our town comt'ui
plates llant ing a Jpean grove of to
thou,:tfi Ire t-H. 'lhi, miut is heo'mf -
inig Ver1 popular arn p rofitalle all
OVer thie i7oith ntl ti mlaniyl of thil
Nortl:er ainl West'- rn S'aths. It I
wi Ii ct iatitinly i of great bsenetit to
the Souitieirni peop1 le t' ive the l p.ran
the altutun ion it dl eerV6s. ()mr <e>i!
and cli mate are perfettl- idapt-d to
its ciiltur-, ani Lrve pe" 'tit. ui nO.
will be very remluu+rattive i'l ai fw
yeam p There are( miany acre-I ofin
in our S I our farni, tfat a-e al.
niost warit1des f ir other [our-jse- I ia
wo iubh pay aw h:o ulso:nu' income in
-si>t tiine' if phUinted1 i, per-:lu treeso~
(of ai g.ood1( vaity. Tho-y bein to~
1.*eari whn mix atnd ei c'it yers of ago
and aoter t hat lric I thovy incras
ft(een bushels (:r-h,. wh1ich' sell real
ily ait $3l,im to $4.00 pe r 1huishel
The lre are no uiy varnoieies of thle pecaT
somte of wlihih iire nallI aied abnioust
worthiles', wihile others: are large, thin
shelled and very fion-lv flalvoredl. 'The
iiinense yield (if a1 few tres5 tht. we
SLvOel e illn dfTern t po~ rti onsof Geo
gia anld Sonthi Caroii lia conines us,ti
timt a1 peennl .rove anywhiVI Iere in theu
South or West will 1he mor ie profait able
than11 an1 oranuge gr-o vo inl Florida.
Trhe trees arec as har-dy as the hiiecory
re<pliirinig very- little ot tentionm' andl
re exceedingly long- --lived.
Mr. Peek is thorolugly posted on
thle 1iuvali, andl will readig give any
infornmlit i i is power on the sub
ject. Bis addlreSs is Ha~rt well, Ga.,
and1( anyl (one writinig himi for inifor-ma
tioni will oubmt less reeicve a promipt
and utisfaetor-y reply.
Plant a grove of a few hiundredl
trees. You will neveor r-egret it.
Th'Ie Next Levy3.
'The nlext Legislature should brinlg
the State levy dowvn to 4 mills. 'fie
aissessmenC1t5 are - allowing for e re
dutction of $6,000,000--$145,000,000.
Levy (If 4 rnills.. .. .. . .. ..$ 580,(000
PIosp h ato Royalt y. .. .. . ...00,000
Surplus in Treasuriy.. .. .. . . 20,000
Surely t hat is amle( for all purlpose.
It is very prob:d,tlle that but for th
sssinl Chlieston proiperty, the
levy c-ould lhe reduced to 3 6. ill anly
(vent, 4 miills is enough.-Nedero.,ry
P1astrAh, K. WrlLLxAra depar-ted this
life on tho 28th dlry of Septembe~r 1 88'.
Heo wan horn Novemaber 1819, ill the
Stato of Sou thI Carolina, in wh1at waso
then Penldletonl D)istriot, but now Piok -
ens Counn ty, aged t1 yeuamad 10nmnth s.
Mr. WV i'Axas mloved in 1851 fromn
his nativo' place to Urpsheri County, Tox
ais, whore he enigalged ill his favorite oo
coipationi, t hat of farm ing, wvhich was
sne(cessfuilly (carried oin until the iimo of
his death. 1He was long a memberun of the
Maoio order, wvhose membors conIsign-.
ed his remalins to their hii't rOatinlg plOos
with the usual oiromonios of the order.
Hie left a large family andi~ miimerouis
friends to mfournl his loss, a loss long to
be falt ini his commuainity. A statiuch
friend of the distressted howas over- roady
to exteind the handt of char-ity to the
needy, ronce bo to hiis aihes.
hIis powtler iever varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesonmenes. More
econornical than the ordinary kinds, and
( annot be' sild inl ('olnpetition with the
rnultitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphalte potlwders. Sold only in (ana.
ltiyAI, R.lNu PoWDlIt 2O 10 Wall
strcct, N. Y. jtn 21--8O.
WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS,
MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM.
JT is Invigorat- IT gives NEW
log and Dc- LIFE to th"
1lghtful to take, whol SYSTEM
'd of great value by Strengthening
as a Medicine for the Muscles, Ton
weak and Ailing ing the NERVES.
Women and Chil- and completelyDi.
dren. gesting the food.
no urtulby tegheing
Ml(nerals, is corn- .' phy5iiciana,telling
posed of carefully ?>+ how to treat dis.
selected Vcgeta- casies at JIOME.,
ble Medicinets mailed, together
cornbi ned skill- . with aeetofliand
fully, making a tone cards by new
Safe and Vlcaaant leliotypeproces.,
Remedy. c rcccipt of o c.
iir a lby ell Dr rglt. aim (-yorer. l . ..lar s,
pos ..ed of 1.\- carefullya.l LU,.d" sl.
FUll, w nil ng ..t, . a, .
Volina Druj and C!tcmical Compaiy,
-- La:.iixurlb, a1, e. a. d. -
LL ro n iul,tr,li how1 for IduI
5!tlt:ilg lu:t, c asesIi i .i at HOME,i
mai e l luI o .;1 iled tI togeth-ISer
. wiIc th a te of:hand
ltl"i il) lt)-..\.U ,)
r ey oli~llIi t~i, lcn rcipo f o c.is
For tua y al Drrf1 sad l roers Siu4 - the dealeo r a ar i
n iti a 1h ii did $1.U t a all m
.M .1i11 JI at FJ.T AT
Vlinae Drugan themicar Copany,.
An LL rrn ilrn-hsi to ine or lac
.adinith inn. kine~ f niilrd atre
all sett le-up. 4, hi, 8,s 10h1, 20, 4(n
thioe egpes au cal lay Nsai s,
:11sec(: M. mtt er to Ii OIin;i
nov -,iws In Pl ;n lI 9de
i"Foth. ao a naiitst t't sh >cfu w.ticl1.,
Ifor') th e n t ftio tei (0rs 1 w aslt,
Forl( theiwant of10 a(hIs the rbh- wAxs ie ,
Andallf the wnt Yof ahore shoei a il"
Wha.1 ti a1 ityoe did no buy his 11
nail and~ sxes att H( WileFAiLiL'S
laher, only1 Itih) hoiae ffd ee
And Faer Harnds; toi dri them
ind all nodtherI k isoftigl , and
alis-3 4, G,e 8, 100, 12,t t20, t,
andrHgtchets wand i Claw iraess ilto
imdrithan al sizes. NTacks; Flt
S hoe Pegs a d Sho Nals
anud oer hames to dret themi;( allj
size) Balts an Wnhes;i ud Wo,d
and Ir Bnh Screws. Hire and( Saw1,
Coss Cut sras; Saw' St H sd and Sw
las Petyo o
12,ands a nl Plne lHandIles.
wland Fesr and Hanles; ingle
ith them (eIf yur wf nit r
BfuOkli'3 Arnas 8alve.
SThe Best Salvo in the world for rute
Sreses Bores, Ulcerb, Salt Rheum. Fever
sores, Tttee, 0happed lands, Chilblains,
Cors, aud eal11kmuruptlobs, and positive
ly cure Piles, or no pa required. It is
g(uran'et to give perfect satisfaction,
rn'mIey refunded. Price 25 cents per box
For sale by Dr. G. W. ear p,
OF THI PIED31ONT INSTITUTE
will be resune(l on WEDNES)AY
the 1st (lay of SEPTEMBEII.
Board in private famalles from $8 to $10
per month, wood and lights lucluded.
Rates of Tuition &c. same as heretofore.
For further particulara apply to
W. M. MOCASLAN,
Pickena C. H.; 8. C.
Notice of Final Settlement
state of South Carolana.
County of Pike,ns.
IN PROBATE COURT.
To Dudley Talley, Abraham Talley,
Joseph Talley, -Augeline Sutherland,
John Talley, Emily Carr, Sefrona Phro
noborger, Thomas Blythe, Efiie Furgu
8on, James Williams, and Angeline il.
hams, or their hoirs, and all persons hav
ing any interest,, please take notice that
I wil apply to J. , Newton, Judge of
Probate or the Couity and State afore
said, on the 27tb day of November 1886,
for leave to uake a final settlement, and
obtai k4tera dhmissory in the estate of
Curril Talley, deceased, as the executor
thereof. A. B. T&xAny, Exooutor.
oct.. 7, 1886. 3 6w.
ight of the particw who ean sell Grave
, Stones cheaper than we can. We sell
No, 1. Material; We do good work, and
we do so to give 8at.isfactaon. Our pri
('Cs run from three d;illars up. We have
cn hand and to arrive a Large Stock of
Grave Ston.. All work delivered at the
zrave. Satisfaction given Mr. 11. H.
Owcn c(an be found in charge of the
Marble Yard ready to serve all who may
("all upon him. Give us a trial and be
a'oniyeed, J. I). SMITH & Co.
Liberty, S. C. Oct. 11. '80.
O.t. 21, 1886 4 .f.
Nctice to Creditrs.
G. N Cothran, vs. Richard B. Cothran
1L ,L perrons having claims against the
.T Estate of Malcijah Cothraun; or the
Eht' of Nain y Cothran, are roquiied
by a order of ('omt b)earing date 30th
of Septeub,er 1886, to provo the rank
ndL dr(ito of said elaims before me, on or
by t1 9 bth Inay of November 1886, or b,
bure : of all honotit:+ that may arise un
(1 v ay fa. thr dooroe to be rendered in
J. J. LEWIS, o.c.r.
oct. 7, 1S. 2 5
MY PDSil1N NOW.
Sev eral weecks ag.o I placed my or
lers (principallv) in the Northern
'Jarkets for a large andit well assorted
Sitock of Gzoods. Sinice that timei all
W',olen.( Goods9 haIve advanfced1 20 to
25 per cent. I no0w propose to give
my customers the benefit of the
5i ardIs Good Jeanms for
Other grades proportionaLtely low.
WV o,mnen's Polkas. all soI
iid; 75 4 enits.
M1en's IEroganms, all solid,
Nice Suits of Clothecu,
ranging in piric'o from $6 00 to $15.00.
WVill guaranitee a ico Suit as cheap
ats you can buy ini Geenville, or re
fund tho money.
20 YardlsNandmard Prings~
All Graoes of TOBACCO ini Stock.
Try tihe bbDark lIor'se," best 10
cen'lt Tobacco in the Count~y. These
are0 str'ictly Cash prices.
My stock conisisting of D)RY GOODS
STAPLE1 and FINE CLOT HING, all
BOOTS and SHOES, evory quality.
H ATIS and1 CAPS, all varieties.
H ARDW~ ARE and GROCERIES.
Ever1ything usually kept, in a Gen
erial Store, is now ready, and is the
largest in this Section, IEA RGAI,NS
are awaiting all.
W. D. Glenn,
LUBERTY, 8s 0,
I am again with- a full line of Stovee
and Stove F atures.
When you want to buy a Stove, ik
will Pay you to see me. I can-Save
No use to Pay $65.00 for a stove
when you ,can buy one from me at 4
oue-sixth the money. .
I w"ill sell you one for one.fourh
that amouot' and guarantee it to la a4
as long as the $65.00 stove.
A full line of Stove Pbta, Pans, Pip.
ing, Kettfes, &c., always on hand.
Repairs furnished to order at Short 4
A Good Lot of Groceries on hafid
and to arrive in a few days. Cheap
as the cheapest--quality Considered.
Crockery ware, Glassware, Tinware,
at Prices that defy Competition in
this Part of the Wild Vest. Call
A. M. MORRIS
First Door Vest of Court House..
N. B. All that are Due Me any
thing by Note or Account are Re
quested to Call and Settle Same, as
I .ced the Money
A. M. MORRIS. -4
B. A. CHILD, WM. A. WILIA]
Piekens C. H. Greenville, 8. O.
CJIILD & WILLIAMS,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,.
Grecville, S. C.
Will practice in all the Courts of Green
ville County, State and Federal.
may 29, 1884 35
TUOMAS C. ROBINSON,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PH KFNS C. U., $. C.
Practices in the Courts of the State and i
the Ujnitedl States Court.
Omee En Comet Uous..
sept. 1:3, 1883
Gxreenjville, S. 0. Pickenas, 8. C.
. t & '1 I n
june 14, 1883 38 U.
CHlILD & BOG(GS,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
PICKENS C. H., S. C.
Will practice in all the State and Federa'
IT WILL PAY YOU
Ityou propose going West or
Northwest, to write to -ne,
I represent the Short Line.
FRE D D. 3USH, D. P. A.,
nov. 4, 63m. Atlanta, Ga.
Clark & Wilcox
D)o the best work of any
firm in South Carolina on
And use the fiuest mnateri
at of any firm South of
Mason and Dickson's line.
We have the evidence to
pro'(ve this from the quar
Agents Champion Iron Fence Go
Greenville, M. C:
dec18, 84 12 1
Seneca River Land
Iwill noll 200 Acros of MY H1OME
PL~ACE~ (Cold Spring) ini Piokona
Conty, situato . 4nule from Pendloton,
directy on Air Line Railroad, adjom-,.
ing lan da of Fort Hill-con tgine 82 acres
liver Bottomn. 'I'he hI,gh-land' in fine cot
tonl land-l~about 604 abcre' clearedl, Hias a
goodl cottages oni it, an d is inl all respot, a
mos conveniently located. Muyadra
is endeto, . .W. CRAWFOED.
ColdI Spring, j'iokons County, 8. C.
nov. 25, 1885 ~ 9 tf
.J. i. $oawoonl. *W- 31- ?NofWo
Da. NOQgWOOD) & NORWOOT).
Greeniville, S. C.
Oimvou 05 MAIM 8TauxIT.
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