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J. E BO W4, Editor.
Ja B. IOOS & Co., Proprictors.
PICKENS.C. li.. S. C.,
TfUR8DAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1868.
Prai4e Waiteth For Thee.
Grover Cleveland, President, and l
John C. Sheppard, Governor, have by
proclamation ,tppointed Th ursdav,the
25th day of November, as the proper 1
time for the public celebration of di
vine goolness. We cannot infer from
this circumstance that either of the
said gentlemen was, or is now a su
perintendent of a Sabbath School; or
that either of them, at his daily meals
"makes a beginning" otherwise than s
by reversing his plate. It wns an 1
official aet (one in respect to' the
cthristian(rehigion, and custom. The
people oD the States are by profession
christi ns. The conpact upon which
the Union is based recogizes God as
tho "giver of every good and perfect
'gift," and the rulers would remind
the pccpl'e hthnt Pitey should publicly
icnowfge tihe goodness of God, by
some special act of worship. A day
of thanksgiving, fasting and prayr r
was once fashionable, but now the
general rule is feasting. Many wor
shipping congregations meet in the
church to be thankful, and then has
ten to their homes, to feast on the
thanksgiving turkey and cranberry
But this is a great opportunity
for him who believes there is a God
who will render unto every man ac
corling to his works, whether they
be good or evil. This day the an
gel will come down and trouble the
waers, and it is not who can, but,
'wfiosoeve r will,, let him step in and be
made whiole. If you have realized
bright earthly hopes and are living
to-day in their full enjoyment, he
thankful to Him who has made it
possible for you to possess a life he
yond the grave, which is the eternal
fruition of all hope. If you have
boon disappointed, he thankful that
you may be assured of a life to come
in whioh there is no disappointment.
If denth has invaded your family,
and sorrow has settled down on your
home like night, how thankful you
should be for the assurance that. there
is "one family in heaven and on
earth," and that when all the children
are gathered into the Father's house
not made with hands, thero will be
Ito night there, neither anty sorrmv.
If your actions and1 your words havec
been misconstrued, and friends chn
god to foes, how thankful vou shodul
be that the- Judge of alH knowethi
ev'ery heart, and that he is the "same
.yesterday, to-day and forever."
Every condition in life calls for
'thanksgiving and praise, hut hmvw few
will acknowledge thdeir dependence
and gratitude b)y any special act of
worship. As you hope to be forgiven,
this is the day for vou to forgive cv
-eryone against whomtn you have anly
thing besides a note or* account-do
something to impress the truth of
-our Nations religion upon your ninid.
You emght to learn how to spend a
thanksgiving day with' profit, f.'r the
day whose siun has risen uonver to go
down behuind the darkened west, is a
thanksgiving (ny. Its Sunl ii thle
bright and mforning star, of whlich
the four and thirty elders said: "Let
us he glad and rejoice and give hon
or to Him: for the faarriage of the
Lamb is comie and his wif.e htathmade
The Farmners' Convent ioni recomn
mended that the Department of Ag
riculture be divorced fronm politics, hby
putting it entirely uinder the contr'ol
of farmers. This wouldl not renmove
It one inch fromt polities; for farmers
have just as many polities as any
All necessary cfhanges in the laws
-of this State can be made by amte
ment, anld this wasM a pirudehnt Having
-clause in the 10th article of the far
mer-s ptlatformi. The only trouble is
in getting a majority of any General
Assembly 'to agree lupon what is nee. -
essary. It niever.seems to occur to
itose whto want a new constitution,
that they would encounter the sam
difficulty in a Constittiunal Clen.I
The recent Convention urges the
Leg~ishtture not to squtander thme
State's property, by allowinig the
wholesale exportation .of phosphlate at
merely nominal -prices, -and add that
the royality s'heuld be'increased. The
higherhetaruiff, the >harder it will ho
on -the -consumer. ~The iarmners are
in the taajority-,fhey make the rev.
alty as high -as they 'please and 'then
g,oye the inn of paying it. ~It cold
sejed high enough for the pro
" to run the Government, and
-'4~eve people who do not us
* ?mu paying any .tittA.
The Saluda Music Ashoclation. T
Mu. E"DToz:--Probably some of
your ronclers would like to know how
the Salaldat Musica5e1 an<lit Mutual Im- t
proVemenlt Association termninated. ut
The Associlation met with Peter'r "
Lreek Church oii the 5th Saturdav t
tad Sirn4ky nd had a beautiful timin
or the occasion The whole time wai
levoted to singing, with the exe)tiol '
>f 30 minutes on Sunday, which was A
iven te Prof. Williams, of Spartan- "
mrg, for the purpxose of naking a 1
ecture on music; anl to say of the "
P'rof. the time was.S well spet, for we
)elieve himt to be an ate teacher, '
>oth Voc"al and inlstrmnentatl. -
m) Saturday, but. those who were
here enjc yed themselves splendidly,
or the m was no scarcity of girls or
>f provision, and that suits the See
'etary for he likes both, and to say of I
ill he would like for the 5th Sunday f
.o comec a little oftenier.
The Association with pleasure gave c
P'rof. Williams and his class, fromI
Berca Church, where he has been
teaching a singing school, the privi
loge on Saturday and Sunday of sing- l
ing as many pieces as they p)leasld.
The Prof. had his class in sl)lellid
practice. 1h)e AHoc,iatio also had
the pleasure of being led in singing 1
both1 on1 Saiturday anld Suniday by~ two
of the students of Prof. Williamus'
school, which1 showed that they had
been proerly trained by their teacher.
MIr. Lawson on Saturday and Mr.
Blrazeae on Sunday. The young Ila
d3 studentts vith Professor sang their
parts well. Miss Alice Linsy one of
the young ladies acted as organist for
him while he was Ringing his piece,
which added ummudi to the singing.
At 7 o'elock ill the evening the iiass
iecting took place. Temperence was
the subje.>t and it was well spoken on
by Rev. G. V. Singleton, Rev. Thos.
Looper. J T. Childers, and J. P.
Looper. The association then ad
journed until nine o'clock on Sunday.
we ei sorry to see so many of the
speakers, that Were invited to attend,
were abl)sentt. Of ourlSe sielutess pre
venlted soine, Ioil; not all. Gentle
men give us your presene at the
nOxt meec+tIing, for the association1
wauld be glad to hear from you, ancl
to know your views on the all impl or
talst, sul)j((t. of teliiplrrfitee.
Crss IRutads pet itio ndIl for the next
meettig of the bodiy to be with them
which will be on the utht Sattrday
an Scinnba. in Jiuary an..d was gran
ted wvith pleasure', for ther('are plenty
of gir'ls in that c'ommuiinity and they
know~ how to cook.
Thle asstociationil, after'i rturniLiiing
numyii~ thanilks to ine izen ofl2 Peteris
Cr'etk fori thIei r k ind aud hosp,it ablte
~n anner' of et ntrtin in g tIha esy, andit
fiomi the lH(ev. G. W . Singlet on.
FoislEn KErrnii, See 'y.
On the 27th of October 18 80,. Mr.
A. M[. Garrett, a well1-to-tin farmetr of
tii County, bouight a horse frtom a
coord an wilt (called himiselfC Rith -
ar'd Hienisee, paying him i t iety1-live'
dollars in cash, a yoke of oxen at
tweinty- tve t'ollars, and his due bill
palyalhe to the nlegro the 1st of Mar'ch
netC The egr'o sold thle OXeni to
and a half, and skipped. lHe reproe
en.ltedt hlimlself as a resid enid o f Green.
vill e cotylt, and tihl Mr'. Garrei't.t to
in Greenville whein the huil bcomles
On tihe 11th insotanut 3r. 3hilas
P~hilliips oflNornt hi Cainua camef( to Mr.
Giarrett'st anti pro'dulced tile fohllowingf
certfitienite upionl whLichi air. Garrett
S-rEor Nouinr C'anoLm!,
To whom it mayu concern: Tis in i to
cert ify' that the hearer of thlis certifi.
cate' is oneW Mihlis Ph1illips a cit ieui of
this C:ouinty, who 01n thme night of Oc.
Itoher the 22d1 18, Jost Crm tilt I
tyv a hay~ Stallioni withI bth hinti f'ee 'I
(vhIife, both I foreO (nee s1k litnei, b lath i~
ive0 fed. OSiht inehits hiighi, thick set, bi
Iii iark giniger .catke ('o1or, withibot hii
undios baly criiippled, has b1e aUl ei(i 4
zen of thirs Cald well Conunt y, St at( e
Northi C~arolia, and1( that thec sai1
Menee let I Cakl,ll C ninnh
the same'ith t1ime ine Octbe iith t2 -
iMrste waseitent, itinad that wa
ie tgoing toBrigtlust,Alab
-aowL Co,l.i. s
At the recenft -termi '.af the c'olfrt sin ,
L'dgefi eld, Jud1ge '1ressley continued ai
lie case5 *vf the State, against Joe a
or the unrder tif the'three Presloys oi
m~ne time ago, 1-ocause ifhe defend
ulta' counsel thought that his Honor e.
~nightbe related to the murdered men
as thorc, was some resemiblanice, lie,
aleali Vheir porunoli apnear anea
'he Man who pays the Expon$e
(Cticae ' bune..)
It is not true, as pretended, that
10 profits of the 1ac kers are clsueesed
it of the laborers. Both the 'earn
gs of capital and the wages of labor
-t paid by those who eat the finished
ro4uct. Wherever the pork or ba
mn goes--to Englr;xl, or France, or
witzerllnd or the Southern States of
inerica, or any other part of the
orld--tle man who eats it has to
.y the whole cost of raising it, pack
ig it, and fetching it to market. One
ould suppose, to hear the dena
ogues tltk,thLt the laborers of Bridge
ort lade the hogs. But they only
at them up andul pac4 k theml. Cap
al has to advance the money to buy
Iem from the farmers, bring them
market pay cash wages to the la
orers at Bridgeport, tfrlslort the
roduct to (listant matrkcts and wait
Lr time sales to get the money lack
romn the consumers. 'The man who
uts up the hog and puts it in brine
3 only one iiddle man out of a dozenl
-and not the most important-be
ween the farmer at home and the
mreliaser abroad. It is capital that
ets the wlwol in motitl and enables
hese liddle uel, inc"l(ling all the
ahorers in the packing house to take
slice otil' the Iacon for their own 1('n
;it its it )ss es thirotgh thuir hanlds.
Sig.iv in the Sky.
A ntuuhr of colored People in this
own dlscoverd( a new cause for cx
;itCluellt letweel 4 and 5 o'clock last
\'niiesdan tuornlintg, iLt a streak of
'ed alo)ng the We's(ern Imorirol, 14imi
ar to the alppI)tranee '1 the laids
ust 1. fore the rising of 1.he ilsun, and
we sulploe they li tuight the W orld
lal sir('ly colIIe to an( en, fir hi
n111 hal gottt roilu(I on tle wrilg sirle
>f the earth to no1tke its mnringing ap
e(tralnce an1cd start mup i ii( daily
outnd. It set those who iaw it to
)rtyilg, sh11oi1tin1g, and singig as ('x'i
(lv a13 th-y did on 1 l he night of the
'arthq1uake. A few wlite I -rsons
vere arou"(sed( b V the nis IMP, antd ct5ni
(5(d that the sky presented a velY
lnllsuaI t);l apparace, and1 hadtc it b een
11 the right dire(tionl they wo(11l
lnt thotu;ght the sun was ming('I iu up
rin behI'lindl a cloud(, even at IIhat
-atrly lilur in1 th' 1 rinli I. it ;rad.
tally alssed otff as the dty ldawial.
An.1erston)'1 Four 1ai31 Trees.
(.I A,d r.o J, rnal.)
J1. 11. Lt ivlttt repor,nts linist fltlling
idec f Allen~ii1t Mat,b' Thns mil f
Bethmilila lasnidl Ni(ltm'tcurhe an (Te
pheniton'he-ni'ts itne,med byii Mr.to
Mart hst'twiigfe, w ss i.~i u malilt
Anrntedaught r. Itcelrebl aouse.
oftiy fet, in the wau.ho'i terwster
col. le said as, tt' itihat aperanc
oitsniw whnie .faling. hisis the'h5'i,I
fourll insltane iwhi~he i t hersin Fri.
rainfall dais bee reosrted, and yet
asl withVT 'te earhqua)tik,z no stisfacto.
ry gI i xhut tine lui etn ih give. iThs
Anlii~ E imtntep i (tg. R li l ouse
Drh('. (it) . t't r eiiut 77n always he rlii
This acl s a le wefllnow n i' nti
Mtr popbiri wtthet people,in therebytus
Ptini h- ripta 'l it i Ion in a wt in
vill Ihe 1n II pois(' hitit han it '. I ti il
utrlen -:wyftt t anle d (rv atl' tiin'o
li', rlfung, and IChet .ail two show m
-eotident(('e initt 10u ter cllt. andet
inrel bytelty will miHod tfsta
laRyrVth 3d dayJTo of Decemberdnext a
heR resiJ~deneo. addcae,i
Trac o. 188 cotinn Snets
(N the 8th day of December next
I will sil to the highest bidder
for cash, the following personal prop
erty, belonging to estate of Marial
Parsons deceased, at the old liome
stead near Liberty. 1 Lot corn and
fodder, 1'lot of cotton, 1 lot of house
hold and kitchen furniture, 1 mare,
1 buggy, 1 one horse wagon 1 eo
and 2 yearlings, 1 lot farming tools.
S. W. CLAYTON, Adm'r.
nov 18, 188G 9 3
State of South Carollin
l1( rN'TY OF PIeIUICN4.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Ephruim Gilstrap as Adminiistrator of
the Estate of M. Alexander Sr. de
ceased plaintiff against
Eliiabeth Crenshaw, T.J. Lewis,c.c.v.
Adlinistrator of WVilliam (renshaw\
deceased, Sarah S. 1)ucket et al.
(dE fen dntts.
I) Y virtue of a leerlp of foreclose.
u ure an1d sa1e Imade iI the alov'e
Statel case ( In the 9th (la of .June
1s8 h v the Hon1. Curt of (nnnliot
1l(15, J. J. Kersha\w )r(si(linlg, 1
will 5(11 to the highest bidl(l(r at
Pickens Court Ho4use dting the 1e
gal hours f4'r s:ale's, (n Salesdaty in
1)eceliw(r nvet the f!lowhig (lscribh
c(d l EAL E?ST1ATE4, 14 wit:
First, All of that Tract of Land
lying and being inl the Stte aui
(unnty )aIo rs)titd In the I(':ad waters
of ,i;, Cehar Cree'k, adljointing lntudls
t(mt futrtly belge(( t1o 'illiami
Al(xnr(r, luld Ilands that belonged
to th TI'ilotly O'BJrin 1E 1statc, and1
:ullinig Gtt'geiV, ('rlsha. Atolny 11
Ellenb1rg, PeterToas, W\ . J. Iuf.
fic, 1an oth(ers, ()naining fur hunl
dn-( a1d ift r m ar lesi.
tircond1, All of thatl T.raut lyinig in1
the :'-tat( an :uu o(unty aforesaidl Uon
un tte(rs (of ('ru\w Cn -ek ((n w\h i(h MIra.
I iren f~rmer"lly livedl, :) tj(ining!, Ilad
of W'illian l nekley, C. L. llin,S
wo(rth :1101 oth wrs, eulntatin1ing lifty
nerenure lor :'t .
T lElt.lf O' I\ LE:- ('ash. Pur
ebaiUe1 to( a e ;l\ cxtn I ' lifo it l.
Ht . A. R1 C l H E , s. e..
nov. 11, 1 1d 7 4 t
STATE Of SOUTH CA rOLlN.
Cou STY OF TlcSiu.
F.- 11 J.Sith,f 'S a . exe t.s laintiff, vs.
I)YIS. vir!' to14 itf a doenem -etit
,Jm. of K4 onaniW n Pff-iilg Jnfls, Jud Ell
JunelitIi 14 ' 1I V, isel ing th1 !II -l
fl -r tlt in fc ar t 'X the C rtfH >use.
h-ti- fown [AF \ iL ESi,TATE it >wt
~ll tit. tact f ha l tilil in lo
ty4ntiTownsip in:lev sfaid.11 Stae and
cont y, 11( oinin a huult of Shfi 4 ( uris
1Mrswf4'V.Asrr Briwe D.14 f.tPrson
elM al containte (gity t ne hundr 11411l
a:t i twt"-Ilve14 (lQ. heres, t~ urir t r
lesstt, i'iig teo placei14 wher4onft th
raid,* Lucnd fligo s, ell' Nlvd t 1the
timei4 o')f'iheri denI -t, and.f whertlm
plaint )iteo mal defetlnt. now reside.~v
T IDS- - On third ofh prchasie1
moneiiy to be paid oni d'ayh-A ofale, and(
b1a lte in one and iwoyears,M Wtit ittr
ot rt,from y of 81.0 sa-lo, to be soeur(edo
gagelIIlo ofl fOAgg ) the rmse l P)ugebaser
Ptouay tA e(xtra for alperand frie
nc orn terii same.~~n~
I. 3. lTCE, .v..
nov., 180 . 7 3.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF .ICKEN:.
1 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
1 arriet A. Brazeale' vK. 'Watsoii Col
lins, Joab Collint3 et al.
-)URSUAN'r to the terms of a do
. cretiL order niade in the above
stated case0 oil the 28th daY of Sep
t,emb1ner 1886, by Hon. J. H. HudSon,
)r.si(ihng JU(lge, I Will sell to the
lighest l)i(der lt Pickens (. H., (lur
ing the legal hours of sale on saledav
in Deceinber niext, the following des
eribed BEAL ESTATE, to wit:
All of that tract of land in the
State and Comrlity aforesaid on Crow
Creek water. of the Keowee River,
adj(toining lands of Willi1in Alexander,
F. C. Parsons an1d others containing
tWo hundred 111(1 niLe aCres nlore or
less originally graited to Robert
TERMS:-One-third the purchase
moncy to be paid in cash, the balance
on twelve nlonths time, with interest
frot day of sale,secured by bond of pur
eli:tsor and inortgage of the preiises.
Purchaser to pay for aill papers and
for recording the same.
J. J. LEWIS, c.c.P.
noV 11, 1886 7 4
Thle State of South Carolina
PICK ENS Cou NTY.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
((eorge) I1jAdamtnls, Adininistrator et n
Vs. '1'. J. Hunt. et al1.
J)URSUANT to ti terms of a lecret:l
-eider madne in the above stated1 ("ave
on the 30th of Septenither 18I8X by Ilot.
J. Ii. 1Ind-on presidiieg ndge, I will
sell to th( Iigilest hlo lier at Piclkens C.
I., iluridg tlhe legal hours of sale on
c;ele;dav ini I ein'rm next the following
(t4i""(ri.hI RfL ESTA 'TE, to wit:
All that piece parce"l or triact of land in
Pie ns (ouuty, otn (ioben Crek,
known tiis tit' ''Mill i'liie, containing
Ii'urteel (14) arres rneto or l'ss
juining l:tn(l of Jrohnt W\. T1hinaii, Elva
hue II tint, Lo,uisa1 liont tand otheis. (iii
this Iranlt there is al good (;rist Mill, Cot
ton1 (:in, &c.
One lnalf Ihe purchae sinoney to be paid
ni eashi, b:lan ie onl on( year's ed(slit
wvithl intrereyt froni da:tc, nee-red lby
is en of plurtnchser anI niortgage of the
)rnuusPles. I'ri el:t;er allti wed to pay Il
easi. Pur(ebiser to pay) fr aill Iapers
and for 1ec)1liing saint'.
Jr. Jr. LEI:\J, (".(.P.
nov 11, 188; 7 t
Plyn mth Ro- - -c, --. --- or 13.
Wyamlette, M,'.00) for 18.
S. WV. PET~lsk, Harnitwell, GIa.
* '-or- the wanit o,f ai naii the- shoe wvas lost
Fo thi le w~iit of aiSii shiolese wais lost, b
For- thei want i-f ai liore the riuler- wais l,st,
And alil for the want oIf ai horse shoe naii.',
Whait ai pity he (1id not b) i1V is
nails andi slit es at Mc-FALL'S
w here oily th e 1besti. mre oeed.
AnIl Fairrtier IIfarees to dh'ive thieLU
- uil all iIter kinds of naiii, andI
all sizes 3, 4, G, 8, 101, 12, 20), 4'),
amnd H atchiets andie law~ iinneii-ss to
<hive Iihel: iand'. all sizei Ta'Iceks; Flat
andi Rt,:mdi hiads.
Shioe P)egs antd Shioe Na ils,
sizt-s U !ts andt WXreehes: Wiood
andIi ironi Bench Sc'rews. 1 land Saws,
Cross Cu~t saws; Saw Sofa andl Sawi~
Plow Sfto-ks and extra Haindles;
A wls and Files and Hn dles; Single
Bhl2e iinives withI tw.o Hlandles, this
is not( a cuis ity t V a 1 useful article.
If youhavt'nt sen thiemi, call and
lok. Ni i-st andt best lot if Axes cv
eru lroughlt hieire.t-and good Hatundles
wiit h thmemi. (Uf youri wife insists on
t''inguii theu store wvood, boy her one
of iny Axes. antd she will lauighi, andI
laugh, and l<tiAh). Comue andl see
'ny ' N ( Goods; they are chleap
li' is the tJme (of year' fliat the
avee wiet we'etheur store' ((1i;J d ihs
mi leainIg ai horlse to water', and1( to stee
himi dr-ink one timue. Not, so with
Our Tatnk Is Keptf Full,
andil011 our obj(ct is tot l(of him C OM J
A NI) D)IUI when lhe wants 11)
whieftr it he Spinug, SununIier, Fatll,
or Winter. NIo leaiks here, and1( no
skhni on top to blow back. Like the
Is>y's ice (cam "-'Its Colcld 111wll
<it'en(h yohur' tirist.
Alwaysc PI4lnty of SOap,
12, anid haiv(e ,illy 10 left. If you
wamnt one b e su1re mid call ft).r it duri
ineg the necxt. year.
Agonta Wan ted Evrywhero. Most lib
oral torma. H. W. PEfEK,
Prop'r Hartwoll Nursories,
Buoklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
[rilses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheun, Fever
Sores, 'Iettes, (thtpped IUnda, Cnlblain1us,
Corns, and allLSkin Eruptions, and positive
ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give pereet sati$fatction,
money refunded. Price 2i cents per box
Fbr sale by Dr. 0. W. Earl('.
O F THE PIEfMONT INSTITUTE
will he resumed on WE.DNES)AY
the 1st day of SEP'TEMIElI.
Boarl in pri vae fanalies from 8 to $10
per month, 'vot.l atd lights inel(led.
Rates of ''uition &c. saimie as heretofore.
1or further partielars apply to
W. M. MCC.5.N',
Pickens C. H.; 8. C.
TOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
. i hereby give notice tthat I will apply
to J. II. Newton, ,Judge of Prohate for
Pickens County, S. C., on t.he 24th clay of
December 1886, for leave to nake a final
set.lenent of the estate of F. J. MeMahan,
leceased, and ask to be discharged
aW Admtilnistr tor.
WM. MoMAIIAN Adm'r.
Boy. E, 1884 9 and
-. -- LOST ~
ight of the parties who can sell Grave
kL Stones cheaper than we can. We sell
No, 1. Material; We do good work, and
we <lo aco to give satisfaction. Our pri
ces rtun from three dollars up. e have
on hmnd and to arrive a Large ock of
Urnve Stones. All work delivered at the
grave. S;tisfaton given Mr. II. 11.
Owen can he found in charge of the
M:le Y"ard ready to serve all who tay
call upmn him. (ive us a trial and be
eonvintced, .J. 1). SMIlt & Co.
Liberty, S. C. Oct. 14. '86.
Oct. 21, 1SSi 4 .f.
Fourteen and One-half Ct$. for Cotton.
A FOR Y1TUNE to those who have
the nerve to GRASP THE OPI'Ol.
TUN1TrY. 14. cents for cotton. A
liuited supply of ALLEN LONG
STAPLE COTTON SEED for sale
at $2.5() per bushel. We sold this
(1'tt)n at 14 (ets pI' pound last
season, and the staple is finer this
y(ear titat last Ve ire prepared to
leliver seed now. No grder taken
for less tlan one bushel.
CELY & BRO.,
G1a:NsI.LE S. C.
nov I1, 1$86 7 2m
New AIv4'l isenentus
For a check f,.r 2t) we wi'l print a 10
1in' ;!dlvertiS(mt,t on (eu Million iss:es
of leadiinti" .\nn-ri(rtn;Nsvlpl(rS. This is
at tli rate of (I o lv. on('-tift h of a cenut a
line, fc"r I,(t't ('ir<'t;lationl! The:adtvertis< -
munt wil be I ph u-'td be'fore(' e M' illiont
diffcieit en t v -wajp r Iur:ithas(r : , i v
.lillin li'aders. 'I'T'n hues will acton
notdzat' aotttt 7.) woIrIs A ird.ess with
t "1pY cf ah erti-('m nt anud theek, or s <ld
:., for t i ik of 15) piazs.
Sit P. I1'EWlI & (). 10 t'i:en
UoV '25, 1 '5i 4t
MY POSI00N INOW.
Several weeks ago I plaed myv (ir
deris (pin cipauly) in the Northern
Markets for' a lar'4w and well assorted
S iek if Goo m ds. Sinzce that ti tue all
Woolden Gloods haive' advanUc(d 20 to
25 per cenit. I now propospie to give
myi customeuc.rs the hiieet of the
$5 Yards Gwood .Jcans for'
Other grades pro~ p(ortio fntely low.
lVoenl'fls PolkaM. all soI.
Id; 7j < ents.
1Yten's~ IBrogan,i, all solid,
NIce( fruits or Clotlmes,
r'anging in price fromu $6 00 to $15.00.
Will guarantfee a nice Suit as cheap
asU youcan Luy jn sGeeenville, or re
fund the morejy.
20 Yardst.Sandardt Print.s
All (Grades of TOBACCo in Stock.
Tfry the " Dark IfEorse," host 10
('ent T'obacc'(O in the Couty, Theselo
My stock conusistinugof DRY GOODS
STANZJ: and FINE c.LOTIINGt,.all
I OOTS and S1 ICES, every qulli.ty.
It AfT'S and1 CAP~S, all varielios.
H AlIlD)WARlE and1( (tROCERBIES.
Ev~er'ythiung ustuidly kept.in a Gn
3ratl Store, -is now read~y, andi( is thne
targesat in this Sect.ion. EA RIGAINS
ue awaiitig~g alt
W. D. Glenn,
. LBERTY, . 0 .
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 one-f.urth
that amount and guarantee it to 1a4
as long as the $65.00 stovo.
A full line of Stove Pots, Pans, Pip.1
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
as the eheapest-qugnality Considered. '
Crockeryware, Glassware, Tinware,
at Prices that defy Competition iu
this Part of the Wild WVest. Call
A. M. MORRIS
First )oor West of Court House.
N. B. All that are Due Me any
thing by Note or Account are Re
< lUCsted to Call and Settle Same, aa
I Need the Money.
A. M. MORRIS.
n. A. cILD,1, WM. A. WILLIAMS
Pickens C. H. Greenville, S. C.
(JILIL) & WILLIAMS,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Greevitic, S. C.
Will practico in all the Couit8 of Green
ville County, State and Federal.
may 29, 1884 35
TIOMAS C. ROBINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PIi Klx:NS C. H., S. C.
PIratie+ in the rotrt.s of the Stato and in
the United States Court.
Omrei. in Oiourt Hlouse.
vOwenvilIe, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
ANS,EL & NEWTON,
A Ist "rney's al Law
PIC KE~N8 C. IL, S. C.
juno1 14, 1883 38 .
(C1111D & BOCGS.
Attorneoys and Counselors at
PI.CKENS C. H., S. C.
WViIl praIctire in al the State and Federa'
IT WILL PAY YOU
Iryou propose going West or
Northwest, to write to :ne.
I represent the Short Line.
FRED D. BUSH, D. P. A.,
nov. 4, Gm. Atlanta. Ga.
Clark & Wilcox
D)o the b)est work of aniy
firnji in Souith C1aroliina on
And use the~ finest mnateri
al of any firm Southi of
Mason andi Dickson's line.
WYe haive the evdec to
prove this from the Quar.
Agents Champion Tron Fenc Co.
G reenville, is. C:
diec18, 84 12 ly
Seneca River Land
:will .soll 200 Acres of MY HOME~
PLAJC l' (Cold Spring) ini Piceons
Cloun ty, situiate 411 miles trom"1~t Pedlton,
dlirecly on Air Line Rtailroatd, adjoin
inghitt of Fort Hiil- -otinsli) 32 aes~i
Ri'ver Jtttomt. 'The htighi-landt is hineC (0t..
good( cth'tet. (on it., an d is ini al respoct, a
mot.st cetien)1~tly3 locatedl. My address
is Poiw'U5tont, M. (1.
J. WV. CRAWFORD.
Cold Spring, P'ickens County, S. 0.
nov. 2ra, 1885 9 tf
J1. W. NOnwoo001. W, M. NORWOOD.
'u. NORWOOD) & NORWOOD.
4jrIeenVlIe, S. C.
OElt~iO ON MAIN $'Tn1~rT.
july. 29th 1886,. 4 tf,
AGENTS WANTED FOR THEi