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J. E. BOGS & co., Proprietors.
[I'tO E;N\ C. UI.. S C.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1886.
ellIs PAP]E !Ry,T ' n4pft+eng'o
Dr. S. Pope, of Newberry, is a wor
thy man, but ho ought not to allow
his friends to run him for spoaker
against Hon. James Simmons.
The fact that Savannah has re
ceived 100,000 bales of cotton more
up to date this fall, than up to the
mnae period last fall, counts much
for the Georgia Central System of
Saturday's News and Courier is
tnistakon in ascribing to the Saxrr
cm, a paragraph saying that earth.
quake gas had caused fever in this
county. The health of this county
is firt class.
Charleston's vote on the Constitu
tional Amendment relative to the cen
eus was Yes, 5; No, 897. That Coun
ty seems anxious to have a reapportion
ment of representatives indefinitely
The city of washington needs an
other curiosity shop. Prof. Spencer
F. Baird will ask the next Congress
for $250,000, with which to Luild an
LA clt1-'?e O1r wVIttheni. The rails.
dre rc8f.N "
the Smithsonian Institntion.
There is enough stuff there now to
fill it from center to circumference.
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Dr. J. H. Carlislo, of Spartnnburg,
who is one of the greatest, as well
as one of the soundest philosophers
of the age, urges upon families and
social circles the groat importance of
reading good books daily and sys
tematically, He says it has been an
uplifting power in many lives.
It is said that Congrossman Till
man's name was scratched from fifty
tickets voted at Edgefield in the re
cent election. It would be interest
ing to know how many of these fifty
voters pledged themselves in the
county primary to vote for all the
The directors of the State Pei
tentiary will make a very moderato
request of the next Legislature for
$12,000 to ho0 used in developinig the
canal. The best argiuent for grant
ing this request is that the appropri
ation will furnish a pass time for the
Mr. Graves, chief of the bureau of
engraving and prirting at Washing
ton, has given valuable) assistance in
the great' work of economy that is
now carried on at the capital. His
report shows a saving to the-Govern
mient in the last fiscal year of $201,
987. That will be a small item
The campaign for Congress in the
Black District which resulted in the
triumph- of Col Elliott over Smalls for
C<mgress, seems to have been pro
ductive of much bad blood. On the
heels of the election the whites and
blacks came near hainig a little war
ever Sentry Brmyn who for an a:iuaidt
on an aged white man had beeni arres
ted but was rescued.'hy a mob~I, but lhe
was finally lodged in jail to await tho
rsult of injuries jifieted uipon his
The larger a monopoly gets, the
faster it grows. The Greenville Oil
Mill has sold out to the American
cotton Seed Trust Company, of New
York; which- owns 95 po cent of the
mills in the South. If there are any
that are not controlled by this com
pany, they had as well pass in their
checks. There is one-consolation in
regard to this monopoly; it cannot
put down the price of cotton seed, fol
.they are worth 12i cents per bushe
f<br mandre. .
There has been much said aund
m< re written, in regard to what the
gre t number of new mnembhers in
the Legislature are going to do this
win r, and some have even intima
ted eir fears. It is only the great
refor ere who will be disappointed.
* Thosu of the new members, who are
not n. w conservative will soon be
come iso, The sentiment for reform
is not suffieieritly concentrated to
make its strength felt in a large
-'measure. The Farmers' Movemeut
hase gathered around the proposedl
Agricultural College a a nucleus,
but those participating in the move
mebnt areo far from having established
unity emong the~nselves. Robbing
Peter to pay Paul will come far short
of satisfying the average farmer.
'We doubt if any appreciable change
Th (., . G. and C .ii.
'(Xeu. and Courier..)
Ani vmr*, November 4.---There
was a, meeting of the stezkholders of
the Carolina, Ctunberland Gap, and
Chicago Railroad held in the court
house hero last night. The following
gentlemen were present from a dia
tance: Wm. II. Schofield, W. H.
lIoulton, of New York, aThj. D. F.
Bradley, R. A. Child of Pickens; Capt.
W. J. Kirk, of Cokesbury, Dr. T. G.
Croft, of Aiken; Dr. H. J. Epting, of
Williamston; R. W. Haddon, of Duo
West; Col. A. H. Gregg, of Morris
lown, Tenn. The president, Col. R.
E. Bowen, of Pickens, called the meet.
ing to order and made his reporb,
which was that the road owed some
$16,000 and had unpaid subscriptions
amounting to $22,000, besides new
subscriptions to the amount of $6,000
and $116,000 in bonds voted by towns
and townships along the lino of road
from Aiken to Pickens.
Mr. Schofield was called on'for his
report as financial agent of the road.
He made a statement of his negotia
tions in London, which, he said, were
dlrawing to a saisfactory conclusion,
when the Louisville & Nashville Road
annulled his traffic and rebate contract
with that road, the agent of the Lou
lon syndicate was in this country to
inspact the country through1 which
th'e road is to run The violation of
the contract by the Louisvillo & Nash
nille Road cause(l this agent to return
to London without making any in
3pection. Mr. Schofield says that ho
ad to roturn to London to make oth
' W\ ork. wasi wvoWI1le r(.et dther
S'arrangemnents an( int> .e..r ih |
capitalists, as 80011 as he could make
a contract with the Cincinnati, New
Orleans &" Pacitic Railroad, similar to
the one with the Louisville & Nash
ville Road. He says he has another
syndicate that will take $7,500,000 of
the bonds of the road, the entire bon
(led (kilt to be $20,000,000, provided
h1e cnn comply with certain require
ments which seem to an outsider, al
muost, if not quite impossible, but
which, Pr. Scholield seems to think,
can be met without much trouble.
Resolutions were pa sel and a
form for the bonds was adopted. Then
a power of attorrey was given to Mr.
Schofield which gives him almost un
linmited power to make such coutracts
as he deems best. The Cmpany is
now in the hands or Mr. Scho!ield,
and it is to be hoped that he will act
with great discretion.
The following board of directora
were elected for the insinifg ycfar: R.
E'. Blowen, Pickens; R. Wm. Heddon,
Duei WVest; A. H. Gregg, Morristown,
Lewis JonCs,. Edgefield- J. S. Cot,h
tuicky; Hi. 1. Epting, Drm. T. G. Croft,
Aikeni; J. HI. Duickwvorth, No,rt.h Car
olna; and T C. Cain, Morristown,
Tenn. There was no election ofa
President, as there was not a qluorum
of the boarUd presenit.
A LL. person5 idebted to D). HI.
_ T. eimple'ton as Executor of Mrs.
Ca tharine Temletoni, (deceased on
abccomdl Of aniy purc~hases5I maLde a thie
sale of the lands and property of
sid deoei4d, will mYeet mie att Liber
erty Staitio n on the 3d dayV of Dccemi
her next at 10 o'clock a. mi., for the
purpose of settlemlenlt.
Df. HI. TEMPLFTON,
Execuitor- C. Tempjleton, dlecealsed.
no 11,1886 3t
B Y virtue of the authority vested
-in me hv the la'-t will and testa
moent of Jlamecs Parsons d'ceased, I
will sell to the highest bidder on Fri
day the 3d( day~ oif DcCembler niext at
the residIenee of suid dIeceasedl, in
Liberty Township, Pickens Counity,
the following property to wit:
Tract No. 1 conimtaininIg 88 acres,
being thme lHome TIract with good
dwelling house andl ouit huildinmgs;
Tact No. 2containing 77 acres, unn
imprloved, withi proNll-t (of rieb gold1(
ineli thereconi; TraCt. N'o. 3eo:intaini ig
121) arres5- 8Or 0 ineres rieb (e.reek
bottomil -uitiniproved(, with plroispect
of ai rich giobiimIIIin thiercon2; racut No.
1 containing 131 alcres, suifficent imi.
proved landls th)ereon1 f'i ai goJid 'one
Th'lis land is all rituaOted in one
mile (If the Air Line hlroadL(, fLber
ty St at ion Each tract hasm a road
and running water passing thu gh
t.laLts- oif land exhibited on iday of
All the house hiohl and kitchen fur
nitiu'e, anid othert' artielus too mnnerci
onls tio umenltion1.
Rel J.tait to bie sol for one third
ensh, balani e 110n( one and( 1 wi y ear's'
thoe, wvithI interest at 10 per een't. pier
annmitil fronm (date, secrd byv
aL rtetitgiige of the pr(emises sold, pm -
chiaser' to pay for papecrs andi record
Personal property . will he s>ld for
25a1h. JT. C. C. PARSONS,
Simrivmo EXE~cU'rOR oF JAMEs P~Ai
nov 111886 7 8t
N the 8th day of December nax t
I will secl to the highest bicder
for cath, the following personal prop
erty, belonging to estate of Mar-iah
Parsonli deceased, at the old home
steed near Liberty. 1 Lot 0orn and
fodder, 1 lot of cotton, 1 lot of house
hold and kitchen furniture, 1 mare
1 buggy, 1 one horse wagon, 1 oow
and 2 yearlings, 1 rot farming tools.
S. W. CLAYTON, Adm'r.
nov 18, 1886 9 3t
State of South Carollu
cOrNTY Of PIOKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Ephraim Gilstrap as Administrator of
the Estate of M. Alexander srl. de
ceased plaintiff against
Elisha Crenshaw, J. J. Lewis, c.c.v.
Administrator of William Crenshaw
deceased, Sarah S. Ducket et al.
1) Y virtue of a ecree of foreclose
D uro and sale made in the above
stated case on the 9th day of Jo *.
188( by the Hon. Court of Coiminoin
Pleas, J. B. Kershaw presiding, I
will sell to the highest bidder at
Pickens Court House during the le
gal hours for sales, on Salesday in
Decembl)er next the following describ
ed HEAL ESTATE, to wit:
First, All of that Tract of Land
lying and being in the State .ri.
County af-uuuisa~ hu Iis n ..,fu(1f..f ,
Il( 'iitme tt1(l on the he(t waters
of dig Ce(lar Creek, adjoininu lands
tlit formerly belonged to William
Alexander, and lands . that belonged
to the Timothy O'Brien Estate, and
adjoining Geo rge Crensliaw, A.ntthonV
Elllnberg, Peter Thomas, V. J. Duf
fie, and others, con(taiting four hun
(Iid- an1d fifty acres mIOrC or less.
Second, All of that Tract lying in
the State and County aforesaid on
wvaters of ('row Creek on which Mrs.
'rei fornierly lived, adjoining lands
of W illiam lHackley, C. L. Hollings
vortli and others, containing fifty
atcres moreer less.
TEI RI\ S OF SALE:-Cash. Pur
chaser to pay extra for titl( s.
H. A. RICHEY, s.P.C.
nov. 11, 1881; 7 4t
STATE OF SOUTI OARIOLINA.
COUNTY 07 Pct:(ENs.
LX C C ? 7 Cp' cc'.ukMos I'1. 1
F. J1. Smith, as (-ee<to., plaintim, vs.
I )Y v'irtute of ai d (creo ma:ide in t he
- ) above cas-e by the H (oora%(
Court of ( o' ino n Plens, Jit Ie lKt-r
shiaw presidjing, on the th dIay, of
Junew 188;, 1 will, JIl durin ih legal
hours for* slile in sale dayv in 1). --
her ne-xt ini front of the (i>nrt HIouse,
the following hFZAL ESTA TE, to wit:
All t hat Iract of land ly ng ini Con
traLl Towniship inl said StaLte and(
county, adjoininau lands of Silas Curtis
and twenty-five (125) acres, more (or
less, it bein'g the plnee whereon the
said ducind Rusl lived1 at thle
timn iof her dat, andt wheure the
plaititi' and defendant now reside.
TEI lMS---On-third1 of putrchase
mon01ey to be paid an day of stale, andl
bialatnce in onie andii two years, with in
terest from day- of sale, to be0 secured
bya bond1( of the purcholaser with ap
provd1seurit, together with a miort
galge of the preisesHO sold. Purch aser
to pay.', rxt.ra for all pap11ers~ and1 for r'e
cording the same.
H. A. ICIIEY, s.r.o.
nov'. 8, 1886. 7 3t.
The State of South CJarolina,
CoUNTY oF PicKENS.
IN COURT OF CO35fMON;PL~EAS
Elisha Kelley vs. (1. W. Kelley et all
URSU~LANTP to the terms of a decreta
order made in tho above stated (case
onl the 9th day of Juno 1886, by lIon.
.J. 1R. Korshaw, presiding Juduge, I will
sell to the highest bidder at~ Pickous C.
II., d1uringi the legal hours of saile onl
saleday in i)ecemiber next, the following
(described RIEAL EST1ATE, to wit:
All that tracit of land ini Pickeuns Conn.
ty on branch waters of Town Croek,
aibout one mile East of Pickens C. Hf.,
ad;oinuing lands of C.L. Hlollingsworthi, .
11 MEwLon, W. S. Kirksey and oth
ora contaiiiax 'ighty thuree and one-half
(8.3) aeroos more or lesso, known as the
Jamuon Kolley lace(~.
That other tract of land in Pickcens~
Counity, ad'joinuing thu ab)ove tho3rihed(
tract, J1. E. Ifagood, J. HI. Newton anid
other-, containinug sixty-threo and one
half (c,Mi) aores mio'e or less. Tlhe above
tract comprising t'an Real Estato of Eli
slba Kelley deceased, and sold for parti
TERVM':--One.Jalf of the purchann
nmioy tot be pai. in cash--the b)alanenl
on a credit of twAve months with inter
eM. from day of ta, accured by hend of
pure-er and .nart- go of the romainoN.
Purchaser & pay esct-ra for all papers
and for recording the namn.
J. J. LEWIS, ni.o.p.
nov 11. 188 7 4
Interest is a soft thing to those
who receive it, but a hard thing to
those who pay it. This is the case
whether the rate be 7 or 10 per cent.
it is a large .factor in the commerce
f all nations, and exerts its influence
to a much greater extent than is
generally known. It affects the price
of all commodities, and more especial
ly does it reduce the selling price of
real estate. Take the United States
>ver; and the higher the rate of inter
est. the cheaper the land. Some
might argue fronm this fact, that a
Ligh rate of interest then would make
Liones cheap, and thus enable persons
)f limi%d means, to buy land. Where
t gives one a chance to buy, it deprives
Five of homes which they had mort
nged. A high rate of interest forces
Land on the market and soon gluts it.
We verily believe that the succes
sion of bad crop years has no more
to do with the present business de
pression than our 10 per cent. inter
est law. Men can neither farm nor
merchandiso profitably while paying
this rate. low many store houses
in Easley, Pickens, Liberty and Con
tral have been closed by this law.
Those who have plenty of money can
live on the interest, without work, or
The rule of the 10 per cent. interest
law is "to him that hath shall he given"
Like the revenue paid the General
Government, it has a tendency to
centralize power. it enables a man
to make the most out of his money !
by lending it, and that without em
ploying any one to assist him. ' l
Py lender4g.--1 "". he "IIulk Am~)l
m,r, n.,i"(.' . ,ot want their money'
and they do not want to buy a farm
ain( improve it. They want a'mort
gage bearing 10 per cent. interost;
and there are plenty of land owners
to be found who are willing to take
it at that, but we are still hunting for
the man who can pa.y it and prosper.
Ten per cent. per annum ia better
than speculating in cotton.
If the Legislature wants to handle
the interest subject in any way, it
should make it seven per cent as it
was, or else have nothing whatever
to (10 with the subject. We believe
that ton per cent is worse than no
law at all, so far as it, regards the
business prosperity of the State. It
slo nld be re(lu('cd to seven per cent.
or entiroly repealed. The former
would lesson thi, amount of )UEiness
done on a credit, the number of ox
t.rav-agant ventures, and put businos.
on a legitimate and normial basis.
There is very lit tle doubt in our
minds, but that bioth the- Carolina,
Cumberland Gap and Chicago, andl
also the Chester, Greenwvood and Ab
beville Railroads are soon to he built.
We base our prediction on the gen
eral sentiment of the peop)le along
these lir.cos. They recognize them as
a necessity and are willing to spend
their money for them. It is useless
to say aught of the great benefit the0
completion of these roads will be to
this place. It will put us on an egnal
ity with the best railroad centre in
the State,. and our merchants will be
enabled to compete with any market
as regards freights. It has conmo to
this, we are obliged to have one or
both of these roads, or else go to) the
wall, and wve haive no idea of going to
tho wall yet awhile. Ini addition their
being a neiess'ity, it is conitended
they will bo0th p)rove pavinug invest
monte, both to the owners and to the
counlties through which th ey run.
To the owners by the amount of busi
ines they will do, and to the c untie-s
by the amiounit of taxes they will pay,
When they are completed Abbeville
county- will have more miles of rail
road than any county in the Statoe
and will bence dlerivela'greater revenue
from that source. May the day soon
dawn when their comp)letilon will be
a thing of the past.
R1ev. ElHlson Capers.
The numerous friends of 1Rev. Elli
son Capers in this city have been1
pleased to learn that lhe has breen ten
dloredl the vacant bishopric in the dio
cese of Easton,. Maryland, and( at the
same time they are nlot anxious that
he shall aclpt the pro)ffered honor, as
it would sever his pleasant relations
with our people and take lime away
from our coumnumity,, where he is con
sp)icuocus for his worth- as a citizen
and as a minister of the Gospol He
has just retur'ned f rom Chicago, where
he attended the triennial council of
the Episcopal church as a delegate
from this i ate, and is decision is
not yet made known. The vacant
diocese embraces that part o,f Marv
le.nd known as the E'aster-n Shore, and
includles Annapolis, we behilov.
We have since learned that Mr.
Capers decl in ed the p)'Oroerrd honor'.
One soientist thinks that the sedi,
menit depo>sited by the great rivers
on the coasts, has thrown the world1
out of plumb; hence the shuaking.
The rrore they don't know, the more
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENB.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
H arriet A. Brazenle v. Watson Col
lins, Joab Collins et al.
P URSUANT to the terms of a de
cretal order ina(le in the above
stated case on the 28th day of Sep
teimber 1886, by I-Ion. J. H. Hudson,
residig Judge, I will sell to the
ighest bidder at Pickens. 0. H., dur
ing the legal hours of sale on saledav
in December next, the followingr don
cribed REAL ESTATE, to wit:
Ml of that tract of land in the
State and County aforesaid on Crow
Creek waters of the Keowee River,
adjoining lands of W illian Alexander
F. C. Parsons and others containing
two hlundred and nine acres more or
less originally granted to Robert
TEIMS:.-One-thir(1 the purchase
money to be paid in cash, the balance
on twelve months time, with interest
from day of sale,secured 1w bond of pur
chaser and mortgage of the prnises.
Purchaser t) pay for all papeis and
for recording the same.
J. J. LEWIS, c.c.r.
nov11,1886 7 4
The State of South Carolina
I IN COURT O' COMMON PLF'AS
leorge McAdams, Administrator et a
vs. T. J. Hunt. ot al.
l)URSUANT to the terms of a doorotal
order mnl ie in the above stated ca:ie
( n the 30th of Septemlber 1MS1 by lion.
.J. 11. Hudson presiding Judge, I will
sell to the htightbdlor at P'iekena C.
11., duri(g the legal hours of sale on
Sahday in )eceb,er niext the foll win g
doscribe1 U lA1L ESTA'TE, to wit:
All that piece parcel or tract of l:un in
Pic!k n Countty, on Cold,en Cr.-ek,
known aN the " Mill Place, containing
furtern (14 acre,. more or l .---;l
jo)iningt hmda of John W.' 'L.}1,mas, Elvai
lilms Ilimit, L,Ouiaa Hlunt and othe-rs. (hn
this trnct there is a good Uri:t Miil, Cot
ton (In1, &c.
One half the purclhase money to ha pail
in cavhi, 1balace onn one y .t'ar credit
with interet from (.db, ae-urd i-y
bond of piUehooser altl ndmortfigt of the
promis.-. 'nrcltuaser all)wed to pay all
(1:nht. Purclia.er to pay for all lupe
and for rccordingp same.
J. JT. L :?WIS, c.C.P.
nOV 11, 18s;6 7 if
Plymouth Rock, $1.50( for 13d.
W'yandotte. 2. 00 fo r 13.
. W. PEEk, H1artwcll, Ga.
MN'FA L L 'S
"For)~ the wvant of a nail the shoe wva- It st,
For the want of a shuoe the hotrn.e was lost,
For the w ont of a ho rse' the rider was lo-t.
.\nd all fo r the want of a horse slhoe nail."
What a pity he did not huv his
nails andi shoes3 at McFA F4J/S
where only the heait are ofrd
And Farieir Harneestc. to (drive thternt
-andi all other kinds of naeils, and
all sizc5 s2, 4, Gl, 8, 10, 12, 20, 4l0,
and Hatchts and Claw hiannuness to
drive thomn; anid all sizos Tacks; Flat
Shoe P'ego andi Shoe Nails,
and( shoe0 hiatuners to driive them0; al'
sizes1 Bolts atnd Wirenchies; W\'ood
and( troni Bench Screws. Hand Saws,
Ciross C-it sawsa; Saw Sets and Saw
Planies and Planie IIand(les.
Plowv Stockcs andl extra HIantdles;
Blade Knives with t wo Hlandles, t his
is niot at c' -iosi ty butt a1 useful article.
If you have'nt seent t hem, call and1(
look. Nicest andio bes-t lqt of A xets er~
er burought her 'andio goodi HamLiles
with thetm. (If your wife insish s ott
(cutting th st tove w~'od, buey hier one
of' miy Axes and she wil laugh, and
laugh, and laugh). C<tnn. andi see
may New Good s; they are ch eap
enough, andI plenty eougith for all.
.Tis is to time' of yea': that the
average we't weaothero store delights
it leading a horse to water, tand to) see
hthn drtintk otne thne. Not no with
Our Tank Is Kept~ Full,
and our' ohjeet is to let hitm COME
AND) DRJINK whetn he~ wats to,
whether it he Spr-ing, Sutnuner, Fall,
or Witnter. No leaks hiere, andio tno
io top to blo)w back. ikeu the
boy's ice (treamltt---"Its Cold. andO wvill
Always Plenty of Soap,
but nearly out of WVash Boards; had
12; atnd have only 10 left. If you
want oneO be sure and call for it dur
ing the niext year.
Agenni Wanted Everywhere. Most lib
eral termns. B. W. PEEK,
Prop'r Hlartwell Nurneries,
Buokl3n's Arnloa Salve. -
The Bost Salve in the world for Cuts
I3ruisec, Sores, Jlcers, Salt Rheum, Pever
Mores, Tettes, Chapped ihands, Chilbhaius.
Corus, and al498kin Eruptions, and positive
ly cures Piles, or.no pay required. It is
guarantee(d to give perfect satisfaction,
unoney refunded. Price 25 cents per box
For sale by )r. U. W. Earlq.
()F TILE PIED3ONT 'S'ITVTE
'will be resumed on WEI)NESI)Ay
the 1st dny of SE1'IMIBEJt.
Board in private famalies from $8 to $1O
per month, wood (a(d lights inelud(d.
Rates of 'uition &c. same as heretofore.
For further partic'ulars apply to
W. M. McCAsAN,
Pickens C. M.; S. C.
T OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
I hereby give notice that I will apply
to J. H. Newton, Judge of Probate for
Pickens ('ounty, S. C., on the 24th day of
December 1889, for leave to make a final
sotlement of the estate of F. J. McMahan,
deceel ed, and ask to be discharged
Wk. MoMAIIAN Adm'r.
nov. , 1$84 9 2
ight of the parties who can sell Grave
. Ktones cheaper thaun we can. We .ell
No, 1. Material; We do good work, and
we (o so to give satisfactlon. Our pri
ees run from three dollars up. We have
on hand al.d to arri Ve a Large Stock of
Grave Stones. All w(xk delivered at the
grave. Satisfaction given Mr. II. H.
Owen can be found in charge of the
Marble Yard ready to serve all who may
('all upon him. Give us a trial and be
Convinced, J. 1). .MITII & Co.
Liberty, S. C. Oct. 14. '86.
Oct. 21, t88II 4 f.
New Atvert isenents
T O AD V EflfTiEI S.
A list of 100)) newspapers divided into
STA'F. ANI) Si'lIONS will he ent on
appli "nti'n FIEE.
L'o those whl. w .t thr'ir ailvertisirn to
jpy, we can olfr no better medium for
thorough ahd effective we rk that the vari
Oos se(ti'ons of ,ur Melect L( eal List.
0i:) P. I)WELI. & (0.,
Ncwsiaper Advertisi .g liureau,
it) Mpruce Street. Nw Yor,.
sept 28 1, 12 4
Fourtccn and.0nc-hlf Cts. for Ccttcn.
A FO1 TIUNE to those who have
the norVe to (lhASP 'JIE OPPOR.
rt. UNIrpy. 1-1 (',n tri i r ('(ott)n. A
Iimlitel ("1uply of ALi:EN LONG
STAPLE COTTON SEi .l) for sale
at $2..) per b ou.d el. We sold this
otto at 14 e";ts ) 'r pound last
rea'on, and the stap.e is fner this
V( ar tian 1n4t W\"P are preplrtecd t.
((livr S oi TW. No order1" taken
for l(ss than one bh ll!:1.
CULY & BtRO.,
GREENvILLE S. C.
nov 11, 1886 7 2mn
Several we'ks ago I placed my or
iers~ (principally) i.n the Northern
Mar'kets for a large and well assorted
Stock of Go' ds. Since tliat time a!l
WoXolen (Goods ha~ve adlvaLTnd 20 to
23 per" (cent. I now pr )lopose to give
my custonmr the benefit of the
3 Yards4God Jeanms for*
Oilher grad1esf prioportionately low.
id; 7.5 een.
Men'u. BroganM, amH aolIda,
Nice sitsI or CledheM,
ranging in pice frorn $6 00 to $I5.00.
Will guaranitee a nlie~ Suit as~ cheap
as you can buy ini Geeeniville, or re
fund the mioney.
20 YardMSNtand fard! Prints
All Grades of TOBACCO in Stock.
Try the "bDark IIorse," best 10
(cnt. Tobacc~o in the County. These
are strictly C ash prices.
My stock conisisting of DRY (1OOD)
STAPLE and~ FINE CLO TILING, all
BOOTS and SHOES, every quality.
HATS amnd CAPS, all var'ieties.
IIARDWXVARE and (GROCEIUES.
E.verything usually kept in' a Gion
eral Store, is now ready, and is the
largest in this Section. B3AIRGAINS
ar'e awaiting all.
LIBERTY, 8. C.
I am again with a full line of Stovee
and Stove Fixtures
When you want to buy a Stove, it
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
one-sixth the money.
I will sell you one for ona-fout
that amount and guarantee it to Lat
as long as the $65.00 stove.
A full line of Stove Pots, Pans, Pip.
ing, Kettles, &c., always on hand.
Repairs furnished to order at Short
A Good Lot of Groceries on hand,
and to arrive in a few days. Cheap '4
as the cheapest-quality Considered.
Crockery ware, Glassware, Tinware,
at Prices that defy Competition in
this Part of the W ild W est. Call
A. M. MORRE
First Door.- % est of Court Ho,e.
N. 13. All that are Due Me any
thing bw Note or Account are Re
(uested to Call and Settle Same, as
I Need the Money.
A. M. MORRIS.
1i. A. (tumnL, WY. A. WrLLAMS "
Pickeus C. H. Greenville, S. C.
ORILD & WILLIAMS,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
w,Peu%Wille, t. c .
Will pracotioo in all the CourtIs of Green
ville County, State and Federal.
may 29, 188 5
TRO1AS C. ROBiNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Pt K M C. II., *. C.
Practines in the Courts of the State ad in
the United States Court.
Omr'e la Comart Mous.
sept. 13, tW43 51______ .
s1. Y. UNSK, J. H. awUW.r,
G}reenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
ANSELA & NEWTON,
A i.t ar3e cyt at Law
PICKE'DN ?1 " 4
june 14, 18'3
Attorneys and L:ounselors at Law
PICKENS C. HT., S. C.
Will practice in all the State and Feder.'
marcha 29, 1881
IT WILL PAY YOU
It.'ou propose going West or'
Nort.hwest, to write to -ne
I represent the Short Line.
FRED D. BUSH, D. P, A.,
nov. 4, 6in. / tianta, Ga.
Clark & Wilcox
1)o the best work of any
firm in Souith Cjarolinia on
A nid use the finest materi..
al of any firm South of
MIason and D)ieksoni's line.
We have the evidence to
prIove' this fromi the Quar
Agents Champion Iron Fence Co.
Gareenville, M. C:
dec18, 84 12 1
Seneca River Land
1FOR1 SKh AE.
Iwill soll 200 Aeros of MY HOME
P'LACE ((bid Spring) in Pickens
County, situtao 4miles from Pendletonm,
direcly 4on Air ,inio RabIilroatd, adjoin
ing lad of l"ort Hill -contains 32 aorea
ltiver li oo . The4 l high- land is lue cot
ton 111( land at Ut0 acres cleared1. HIas 8
goo c(41 t t ages (4n it, a al is in all respo t, a
mosat ionveien4Itly located. M yaddress
ia- Pond11lotonI, S. (I.
J. W.. CRIAWk'ORfD.
Cold Spring, P'ickens Cbounty, S. C.
nlov. 25, l88i 9 g
J. W. NOnWoeD. w. ML. NORWOOD.
Uhs. NORWOOD) & NORWOOD
qireenville, S. C,
OEEioE 'w Msu STxxx-r.
July 29th 19486. 42 tf.
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