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PIOUN T C. a., S. 0.
THUlRSDAY, APRIL 21, 1847.
From a letter published in this is
sue, it seems necessary that we should
occasionally set fojth- the adventa
ges of our ou y.
The o ' ate n the Piedmont l'elt
-isahnost s gob:l, if not a little better
than'' it had been made to order.
The winters are comparitively mild,
anything like a hard freeze seldom
lasting above seven days, and these do
not come more than three times in
The fertile soil of the county is well
adapted to raising wheat, corn, oats,
rye, barley, clover, potatoes of all
kinds, and no better grade of short
staple cotton is over put on the mar
ket than that from this county. Al
kinds of apple, peaches, cherries,
pears, apricots, quinces, figs and
grapes are grown with success.
The water almost without excep
tion is pure, cold, and good, none of
it from theesprings' and wells can be
made more palatable by being- iced.
The Saluda. on the east and the
Keowee on the west of the c4mnty
abound with shoals and furnish an al
most unlimited supply of water pow
er, besides twelve considerable creeks
all of which have several good mill
The county is well timbered. Fire
-wood in the four towns sells at, $1.00
per cord, 'and lumber at the mills
from $6.00 to $10.00 per thousand
The population of the county is
about 13,000 white. ntnd 4,000 col )rc,
and a more orderly trustworthy set|
of colored people cannot be found iii
the Southern States.
The Air Line )ivision of the Rich
mond & Danville Racilroad runs
twenty seven miles tlhrou.rh the coun
ty. It is better equipped and does
better service than any railroad he
tween this and Chicago. The C\ln
herland Gap roa1 is expecte(l in a
few years to) cross the county af right
angles with the Richmond & Dan
There are six Presbyt erian, fo:ir
teen Methodist and 3.0 Baptist chuir
dies, and about seventy-live school
houses. It haes b)een nine years since
any whiskey wvas legally sold1 in the
county, and there is scarcely a mur
mnur against the law. There is such
unanimity on the subject that it has
never been made an issue in any of
The farming lands and stock gv'n
erally have been greatly improved
since the passage of the stock law e
few years ago
In this county the temperature of
the air, the aptness of the soil for e'v
ery species of grain, and the lu..;uri
ance of vegetation, all display the lib
erality of Nature, and tempt the in
dustry of man.
The followving' app)licanits at the re
cent examination of teachers obtaina
ed first grade certificates:
Misses. N?annie Cox, IKannie Zach
ary, Corrie Ellis, Margaret Ale:xandter,
Flora Richey. Mary Allgood, Minnie
Bowen, Myrtle Burroughs, LillIie Bow
en and Mrs. M aggie John son. Messrs.
Gorge A. Ellis, Fred Williams, J. *J.
Lewis, Hugh R. Murchison, N. R.
Hlendrioks, A. L. Springfield, T. E.
Craig, J. F. Singleton, Tomi Joe
Mfauldin, T Adolphus Williams. r
The following obtained second
Misses Maggie Farr, Mamnie Phil
pot, Annie (rini', Tirzah Ilughues,
M. E. Holden, Lou A. Wyatt and Eula
Griffin. Messrs. J. L. Crittenden,
J. L.. 0. Thompson, Joel RI. Griffinm,
WVyatt O'Dell, Walter J. Bogg;s, T.
Oscar Aligood, Will H. Ambler-, W.P
F. Hendricks, Bufort Henderson, o
Dean Singleton, WV. F. Austin, J. S.o
Hendrioks, W. C. Piekens, J. 0. Pick
ens, 3. Conway K~ay, Rtev. E. M
Merritt and C. T. Miller, col.
The following obtained third grado
Misses Laura Thiompkins, Lizzie
Mauldin, Ella Mauldin, Mary I1. By- tA
arn Janie M. Kay J. B. Fendley, A.
v G. Bowen, col., and Eliza Thayer, col. ,e
'' The fo ' wing are the rules gov. (1
prIng the County Boar-d of Exam
nes in the examination:
"If the average of all the branches ii
S eaoh 8* or more, the certifiente a
ftl ari~ked First Grade; if 7
Second Grade; if 5 and a
Ibrd Grade, If under 5, No ,I
the most conSPicuons in the County
at present, is that made on the top of
Boggs Mountain by ( 01. C. L. Il
liigswor-th. The commodious two
story dwelling was completed last k
week, and is now under the painter's
brush. The house is now occupied a
by Mr. J. J. Wakelin, and his happy
family, with whom we had the pleaa
urc of dining on the 13th inst. The ,
other inprovremien s Ibesides the dwell- i
ing in the way of buildings, consist, e
of a set of most substantial stables, a
bai1t of logs, suflicient for the accon- c
molation of six hot ses in the base- v
ment, and as many more on the first t
lloor; a large corn crib made of
hestnut-oak logs with convenient 1
ivagon room attachment, and a fowl 1
The object of the greatest interest
to those prosecuting the work of um
proving, is a well sixty- eight feet deep,
lifty-eight of Which has een driven
through solid granite. When this is
comnplet'd, the further improvement
of the place will be an easy problem. t
But if waler iS -0ot reached at the
depth of seventy-five feet, the well
will prove an invalual lo aid as a cia
teri, which would be cap lle of sup
plying a large family sith water for
several weeks. Uut the present ne
cessities of the case are fully met by'
a clear, cold spring which gushes
from the foot of the mountain. Mr.
\Waklin has already beguni his o
chard and vineyard, which with his
energy and experience he is sure to
make a Hiecess.
The h<ose is provided with a cupo
Ia, surroiuided by a veranda from ev
cry side of which the most. extensive
views can lie hiad---views surpassing
in beauty andc( magnificence, anyin that
can he obtiuned on the highest iioiun
tain range, for there is nothing to in
tercept hut the Blue llidgo Mon
tans on the Nit Ii, and the far di:;
tant horizo at al the otlier poiits
of the+ coIpajlHS. Teliclt vattion is
sufiient " too, to give all tlhe I ixuries
of the re-fresling moiniioiii breeze.
Pi(ekc-ns, Easley, Greentville awi i Iih -t
e rty areU in plaint view, beSide s atbo~(;e
In a few ytears We (eX1,p<t tc Hrc this t
overiasting lull, onec tih o de of fox
DH, wild e'ts mud ow's, I nrnsf rmied 1
into a gan-din of fragr:uit tIlwc.rs miiun
gling their '.' et iiss wit h the mel- j
Low sngs of y v and the (i.ilized
notes of the micking lird.
TIhae h-id for the A'ricu:ltuiral St.
in seems to have bieen a htt. Etniugh
si thl ofther sec(tionls, and somei very (
ull bitt mayt~ prouve sucaces-sfu,l. Itt
Le('ms to us r'athier imolit,ic any way, .
hat a thingu~ ofas mnh imiomen't as 8
lhe Exper'iiment l Si ~tation lwolmptses to
>e, to hiiave its- t ltion det erminmed by g
few thiou;sanid dollarsa. It in not
snown what the B3oard of A grici(ultaure
sill 'onsider'u,, bu1 t a 1bid of $50) friom 1
giveni se t io i n may he he t(ler th1 an one r'
>f $5,1 0U.00( from another. a
neul the( plea4uire of visiting Miss
Kannitie Kwharvii*~'Hst shoiol et Pirat ers 'a
rei-ek Ai':ilemyi~ to dayi, andl was we'ull
L't)l iint oft thSe absne 10C of 11aipils (enu
di by slkness, the enitert auimueniti
vas. noi t so grea':t aistuccess' ais it waniiht
luve bet'n. About Fridory the 1th oif
NIay will bie a grantd dayu at Miss KanU
ilie's schotol. All thei pattrons', andit
itheris whoit wishi, ennui at t .ad. There'
will beo de baite tiln utat day.
Mr ,Johln E. Gassaway says lie I
vIants ai se'ondiiI hand Ithlureshe r to phlace
o his milll gearinig t.o thirosh out the I
eighbors' wheat who wish to haul to I
lim. T'horo are plenty of mills &c'.,
Mr B. P. Kelley's gr-ist muill, saw <
till and cot tonl gin, is ini one andI ai
>urith1 mile of this place. M! r. Gahs C
:way's gill is ini less than intif a ile,' e
nd M'ur. HItunter's's wht'at anid gr-int
iills -are in one' mile. As far' as grindl- a
ig, sawing and ginning are. conicern . t
1, we have facilitis: plent. li
'1lThere wasi- anotheir SEN rINE:T lalc
I in the~ "pjigeoO hl(es"3' of (Gates a
ai-t ofl11'e this week'm, mainng six stuh.. ni
riLers in (lh-co mionthis time. MIay
hers fillow suit, siubribiie for their
As wiite'r has laklpped up a good
i>rtioin of spring already, I have (Ie
led to cleari me up~ a new gr'oiund.
Mr. Eliaus E. Mason is the guest of o
Mr. John P. Smlith anid family visi
*d r'elativesq near Piedmntt last week- at
Mr. L. M. Ulampiy has been (juite '
ek for several weeks withi a heart S
iseaseO. D)r. Folger is .the attendine, gb1)
Trher'e haLvO been several youngih e it
ens arrived ini this vicinlity' lately-.- r
Miss Plollins, a Mr. Kni~ght and a ti
F iss Gilstrap, t
Wishing all the -reade-rs of the
EWrumEL all the prosperity posisble, at
am yolurs truly,
,. Do= .Tm.mh
Thie Peesbytery met at Troy, on
1iday, April 8, 1887.
The Presbytory held their Sessions
i the church of the Associate Ro
>rled Presbyterians which was ]
indlyoffered by these good brethren
The AbI evillo church was repre
-nted by Rev. J. Lowrie Wilson, D.
.and Elder .1. S. Cothran. Mr. T
. Quarles attended the Pre.sbytery
the capacity of Treasurer for that I
lurch court, and these genttleuen s
rc war"m in their praises to the citi
ens of Trov for the hos:;pitait )y so uni
ersally extended to the delegates to
Rev. H. T. Sloan L. D., Rev. J. F.
>ra:lley, of the Associate Reformed
resbyterian church, were invited to
cats as visiting brethren.
Rev. .1. B. Adger, D. D., prevented
n overture to be sent up to th Gen
ral Asnemlbly, to be h)eld in May at
t. L)iis, disapproving the tction of
he Augusta (leneral Geteral Asseni
)ly ini r'fe'(rUc0 to )r. Jame(s V\ o
ow. TChe P'resbyvt ry adlopted this
tper by a v~te of 29 ye is, to 18 n es.
We umnderst:o d that the ininority as
ced to bie allowed to p'ublish) in the
ninutes of Pr:sbyt4rry their protcst
tt,;inst this ac(tirnl.
Rev. S. L. Morris, (if Edgefield,
uol Ehhr .J. W. Gr(ten, of Green
wood, ee' leeld Cnuti-iioncrs U)
he Gener.l Ast'lmbly at St. Lc i-I
Rev. ,J. B. A.d'rer, D. ) , and Rev.
T. 0. Lital IV, 1) )., spoke in favor
>f the overtur, o1 red by )r. Ad ger,
11d( Rev. 1). E. Fri 'rson and( Judgel
J. S. Cothran spoko aainset the i
The followii g res,liut)ions were of
fered by Rev. J. O. Lindsay, D. D.,
ldn( unanimlous,ly passId by a rising
The South Catrulina Presl)ytery
mnving innr of tho great cal :nity
lant. be ftl the Abbeville chulrch in
he lo s of its house of vorship by
ire within the pas ,t week, we beg
('ave to expros to) the bretire-n of
hant (hr url SIF niost sinere and1 ear
wa:t syrupathv witht the in iii thi r af
!i "tio. Wo mingle our tear with
h)eir's ovel' tils pile of asles.
Let thmcrn not des: 'air; let them nit
>c' tIven discouraged; let ihemit nit in-s.
;icte to say: "'Let us rise a,ndi build.''
ltmt Maet(r who ha(:s so often sup
liet the lne1eds of tthe&:rs lirtrgh
heir abundant liberality will not fail
o strethent u their hands for this
rot d woirk.
Thouiigh their ho ly andl he:int ifuil
ous1e, where their fat her. praisea
heir pil s:uat things are laid wmvte,
et they knowl wti( hats said: "'Thei!l
er' is mitel iin1 the goed: " an d t he
itr oV tf the lath-rt houseM( ru-Lv hi'
rueater than thiat if tie formulr. We~
xpress9 the hopet that God may show
r ptrec(ious1 blessings uponi! the. 10 ven
i uhs "f .rnlate o f ailli t in," anti t hat
Rev. Mr. Kiikpatrick was Mod
Next meeting of tihe Presbyvterv
ill bet bel at Pickens Cohurt HIouse.(
n the fothIii FidayL of Septem'wrt
The sessjion wvas well a t itded andt
uil tof intecrest.-- ''Wvs antd /N.nerLFI
April 12 11887
Pos-i MAs-rn,Pem:FNS . 1I., 8. C:
w ish t;mbscribe to your 111 bet'1 tnews
taper, if atny, with a view of get ting
s I amt thinking of buinig landil and1
If no lnet)ir is publishedi in your
own'!, pl'ase han ithiisi pawr awl en
101losed pos alno, (25e.) toi y'our lead
ig Reanl E stat t Agentt, orthier prop~
tower. eh-., tand in regardt to numnbtr
iid dlesirii!v~ VOf iith nero)pbi
on. Also priien Of landus andt ot hiti
If youi hatve paper please hanmid tis
adCI contentsto lthem nd)oerts
1tholg.j Repc fully
The' L .uhi&es' CaIhouin lonni
Then Ladies Calhoun Moniumeint Aqiso
ition! in'vi(o theo citizens of South Car
ria to unito in the ceremnony of Un
dhounu on Atni 26th iI.Mtmiit.
1'Te Milit ry O)rgiza~tionas which will
ctedh aro requetd to notify tht (Chief
irsal, May or, If. E. Young, 98 Broaid
root, Charlo4ton, as early a-i pracOticat.
Et, givinig tile dtlosi of thtt OOmf.tlnisin
Itir t!ouunand(inlg oilloors.
The Civil Sociot,ies are vlso rgquestedl
notify mayor Young as early as prac
iable, givimg the daites .of' their char
Trhey wi then he assigned aippropri
e poslitionsi. MRS. Geso. RonanTBON,
Mna. .T casM BLr.KMn, eo.n.
0DCE 1 W
The farmer of a shallow cultnre
ias light crops, and the soil of his
arm gros poorer every yeair Ho is
tpt to plant many acres, but 4hat
Nlhich makes planting profitable
loop, thorough culture,- is neglected.
L thin, skinning process makes it
>osible for him to run over a large
roa, with an income bordoring on
tarvation as aresult.
Shallow culture is not confined to
lie agriculturist. The field of edI
ation suffers severly from it. It is
ven more common than forty years
g~(o, for the reason that it has many
)ppolrtunities that open freely for its
'V hien I was a boy a tiny gramitlnar
was placed in n.y hands, thud taught
voinig cluhllrcn quito tumphttically
abou:t the use of an adverb. 16-tl
Was sh\owi to be a verb, [n(1 bad/y
and1( Sadly were proplerly called ad
verb_s, 1111 the Voig iipil taught
k hat I f'tel l'ad and I feel std should
he, I feel ba<l,y and I f/ i sIly/.
In tho.,e (lays, a book was followed
tuand worshi)p)etd; the t( acher uihoi
tatiugly believed what the t>)Ok said,
an(d his pupils were of the Sai11e
taith., and o we went round feeling
sa11lv and h:adlv!
We (an1 overlook the authors igno
ranlce and the blind devot.ion of tle
teaher of te days of Fath. r Dab ill,
who believel ttit c )UmtlJi fractions
w'ere too) tl .-t ruse for or(Liary ch
drlen, and gave themts: au honOre.1
pla("c in the back p)art of hi., a:li -
tic. :.ut. in ti ese days, crowd-.
with boo, pap.rs, maitga.iIes, anti
lectures, a ptrsii ha:1s no excus for
rushing into pint, or tai.ing the
platforitt au an autthtority, ule::s he
hais tlkcn at le;st ni1.a:tr' 1ills to
ittur,t himtse..lf ou the subject he )i
A inodern graniiir (f fair pretel
sinnai teatchles that I eat (et) dinner
:h.,mhl b It ate ly dinner. The
shitll' w granunit otr l n,k'rs a few year.
ago, struck a lit 'raryI ind" in h/
ra/v r, iil caul ioied the younlg v, ith
up1rai1ed linigtr; "N\ e use1 1( had! rutth
er". for Iro)i rla/r." The ('aution
(Vei ftlfet d 's1:n luiie respectable
new\v'spap1'erlt and t maazine wvriters, Ho
that they thullnned the us. of tsli iii
om1) of hah~l ari-doeraitic ran)k ais to pu
rity of English. A "'Langutage Book"'
of re''Ant. manufne IbltuIIri, Inhuished 1h1
rather fr'omi g'ood society asi it wer'ie a
0al it 'uly IVOf dia t icJa 1li arS, 0 i thei
hi -itrt us of the ein et:i .f sh:Jow
tlhb:e. The: 0 rt of eL>(I.tO>i:i re
fvxm d to v,111 face a bodyl of teachIers,
and1 b~;lilyi iniforim tii in that he has1
matde ai5) pcia!O o f pron il iI / !)atio n,
uI thaIIIot lhe wilt proced(' to open
h(ir eye malt (ears to a1 few of tihe
ailgar error s inl spehoi as8 founId in
oISt, often1, eloth/i, 1.-rong, an11 dCcp,
rIe put 10n theI. io:>ard, anfd till sItart
the ors they will Ii:-. by loig
tito the'ir dhicti.inaries, is marlikedl
1 correciIt pr'on1uniaition, illto one of
puit ia)I le 'h( alTtion, b(causeM hii:: s tuady
11has bein So th ~in and nIalrrolw that hie
has1 overl ookid it ins5truions~101 of the
dhict (Iioar as to the pr1onunclliat ion of
The prionia'itioni erank app. ar
ini inrtiittes, th1e soial01 cirle, anhd too
often hlis' buinAig is s1een in hduca
text -boo1 ks! Recetilyh~, by tile hlip oif
a r'eligion paperiHJ'l andi a pirl of ed it)
rial1 shears'., heC sat inl high position ini
lead jing(''l eho1lfaper. Shall1 we
hh~ue the orthid ediXI itir or'0 the "'ed1
uneat inalist" whlo clipp'ed and ad opit
e01df e aril't? WhV ltlIti such ahilppy
binied, the er'anky list will go the
r'ounid', ('onfusing aind miisleading
OnI my dek lies a boiok frecsh from
1the press5, thiat.1 look ff1'er 101 prnIn'ia-'
lion withi t ende' soliiituide, but t he
He (re and0 ther'ie are ariit hmetItil's p
bing I efi're i(libir an1) I0upi' the
by. thle (',st, egnazls the pelr ct-nt. of
Recenitly' ani inst itte was- ('11111d
.iponi to sol ve thel fo~'llowing "A boouik
iollars, wht wast the gin por )t'cen)t.?"
isw~eir annoutnced as8 be(ing 99 per
Retter go back to D)aholl. "Then
lost is to thu gain) or los ais is 100
o the gain (or loss pe~r c 'nt."-JJ. 8
A P RI L.
To dig or not to dig,
That is the quetion,
Whether it is better to sit down
In Rfunl hinfl with open mouth
And wait for a buttered flapjaok
To drop therein, or to buy
One of my hoe. and dig
It out of the ground?
This Almanac Says Dig.-.And echo
answers Dig-and my Shovels and
Mattocks say Dig, and my Spades
and Hoes say Dig,-for to live and
hretle, is to Dig!
ALL KIDNS OF DIOGING
Iron Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes,
Tr' la and Pocket. Cutlery--keen and
slharp, Pure Vinegar, Good Flour,
Nice Hams, Fine Teas and Flavorina
Extretcs. Mens, Youths an:l Boys'
Straw, Wool and Fur Itats--anl Sun
Ladirs an' Mi Ces nice trimmeT
H:its, Pretty f jica, G.1ms
Nainsonois, P. K's.. v:hite and fe'ur
ed Tawns, eho'er then ever. A lot
of't.uh Cottonadc and light l ans
Anethor l: . of that good Co1'o
Thr4 c:dTee supplies a long felt went
( or it i5 saUl that a luan .V uses it,
is h o-.tI in D;Tig.)
Thia Ahman;c is eaidy to Clotfe,
Feed, and Sh all who Dig.
J.W. Nonoo W.M o.on
OERJ1iCE T SA /'rrEET. 'rr
lii bn? hta Q~dwrtsnedtihmith
~ b'~r~r' .~' ut -dain. (oo f pa
J.-.m. .O...O R W O. M. . D.
Dzs.NaIta, Ga o&o 6fM Whohau.
State ol' No le . Cr. n
Jno. . Davs, Jme E.Davis, A. S.h
Pai,t.L Dais Marsy ~.a
and . A.Gasway plainii1014o again.
ly ant oberon . Da , efenant.D
ae heeb souImmo anreqiuir
HaI u conpait 0n t4 he 41u Le.
Ic a. Pickens C.11H., . C.Iv~, wi.hS.
ileny ays af1 tbe the ser. ic hereof,~l. eai s
'CvU the f.dayt of such serie;d i
you fai o nswr tllfhel conu>h iint itin
t ed I t l a 'i id t he pOlJ) ntiff in t i',
aIction willl iOpply . to l the ('ou tI (f-t.
ted Ao pn Gi b.y d 187. 0(1toL
[L.11.] J. J.Ce:5C LE I, c. . iti
I w(.lty laysl'hintueHrif Attoe.
Takei No0(ti, tha C t the,''ComplaiCe 11 in h
abiov tited l1ase v-as ile drite oinc of
ihtn Cler ofh I jhy the ( f' ourm o Pleas
( atedlumo th1t of AI pri81887
NEkWTON & ROlflINSON,
Lnpr. 7U, 1887. tlo:8la 'ti te,
lice ('le (f til ( rijion tI ' fIsrI(Ot Flowers
-u ul yoPc anld vn . aw Soileti
( ll(di,(1 I et10I O Aj n h88 m
oro. ihidt-jfTrns Attarormase.
nAMr. 7,188. BEDMl. h8,e.NT
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Bruies e,oreH, Ut L gt ii't oe
bore, '1'ett *,_ c epe #audthd1ibllt1ne,
IUrua,'iuud aali n ruptivns,ai puaitive
ly curet Piles or HO py'Curd tl
guarantuwd to givtre i eV'ect itlu
im.,-:uy refua.de:d h aric 2tS ceuts i,r box
For 1ale by Dr. (, . W. Latle.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Newspa:?er Advertising Bureau,
10 Spruce St., New york.
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-- rE P mE c
DEA. LERS4 IN ALL kI: )S
BOOTS AJND SOE!
Owing to our incref;1d Ma1O this
seasoi, w e have bten obliged to add
several new sa"c1 on, and double
our pilil' '-.
Our facilities atre Pluch that. we are
proep:ured to sell you,
einper t on1' :-ver bV fre.
-' ve do Ylot l,ry
ou1 : (l-leI you wh our -oods are
Orer by nutLVliil will receive proii apt
F. WV. POE & C0.
Beot!ca, Soratchos, Contractedl
Lumbago, Sprains, Muscles,
RLhoumati.nm, Strain., Eruptions,
Burns, Stitches, Hoof All,
Scoalds, Stif'Joints, Screw
Stings, Blackaoho, Worm.,
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruiaes, Sores, Saddle Galls,
Bunione, Spavin Pile.
THIS COOD Ob.D STAND-BY
accominIishe, for everyb~ody exactly what is oiaImed
for It. One of thio roasons for the great popualarity of
theO Mus3tang iAntment Is found in Its univerUsl
appl ica&bllit y. Evorybody neods sucha medicine.
Tim e Luzmberman neeOds It in esso of accident.
T he i ion sewi fe needs It for goneraifamilyr use.
Th e Onnmnier needs It for his team. and his rnen.
Time Mechanio needs it aiways on his work
Time Mi ner needs it In case of enmergSneCY.
Th o Pieneer needs lt-can'tgot along without it.
Thme Fnrmuer needs it in his house, his stable,
and hisi stock yard.
Tihe Mteambont mon or the Eoatenan need.
it irn ibheral supply aftont'and ashore.
The Hforse.fancier need. it-litI llahi best
friend and nafest reliance.
Time Stock-grower nteed. it-It will sa?e him
thousands ofdlla5re and a world of trcuble.
Time Rlairoast mn n,eds It and will neeod It go
long as his1lifo IA a rounal, If accldents anl dangeIrs.
Thbe Iiackwoodan5~Sani noe;la it. There Is noth-.
big like i as an antidote for the dangers to life,
limb and comnfort which surround ihe' pioneer.
The Merchant needs it about his etore among
hi. employees. Areidenis will ha.mppn. and when
teseO cethe MustnnOc fLinfient lewnnItvI at once.
K(eepf a Btlihe liouso. 'CA ls t bet
KCeep a Botilo in the Furtory. It. i,med-ite
use to case of aclhmIi~t CIe vI 41 n nt loss of wages.
Kee, 'a hottio Always 1m io thiabie for
see whsen wanted.
Jan!2Om 887 I y
D-6 ..ef L'.Iig iOe luB
L0 htimc,ritus1 10otnaJI -7 a " T t1 ;
I 1i$h chiokicet .Olihpl Wd p3electedj'
mnatter evory wed k
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Which togt thr With the rigil,ai story as
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Little Rock, Ark,
IT WLLL PAY YOU
tfyou propose going West or
L ei I.wI..L;(, lt4 Write to le.
I r+ pre ritt the Shiort 'L e.
FB,EP D. BUSH, D. P. A.,
1ov. 4, Giu- Atlanta, Ga.
TRIS PAPER mn%,tnnat,-wae at4o
Now when tho buds lgin,
'Tis tn'o for young and
ol,l to i:nw
That 1"'ter, Iaetuceau
- , t lt
" The us At Indigtalonu
S '4sWilt. every trouble, ache
\ or rn:n ,
WilR scatter llk, tha thive' of nl,ht
iatoru a drau&bt of Seltaer 1righ,.
The I Land of the Sundovn, where thou
ptlnd tave u iae l:ihyy Hulhes, and
wlhte e t-.t! u . t n re t y ma i. -rIit the
lantus 1 :.ole Sa offers "'iLEE! Write
us. W'c ,avc ln to hid ti st I!. We are no
railr iil e rp rati,,., W wiill tl y,ou the
truti as we iave mullhitdestof tthers. We
wvill ai.su - u I , " -I s
11 thijuates here. Send us 25e for maps,
.i ,:. I4FOa'r TION BUREAU,
P. 0. Iix U 4'itchtell, flak.
T i('ItT- live at l,nit-. ad uakw ilr
U U m 1u: ee at -tor. f,r us, ttatn at anly
Q Ines iG world. Ca >ital
te e , ,ua sta tei fiee. 1, th
tx,s: all :igt - ":. taid the w< rk.
.:tl"vo' tar i s.ture from tir.t start. Ctst
iv t uLit a::d t er s free. 1 tter n(t l(';ay.
Co ?ts yo i',Coliting to stu,l us your address
nIl th.d ~ut; h y<.a a e wise you will do
at once- 11. 1l.s rr & ' ,. P rtland,
-i feb 17, '8i-ly
16A'ilu tF ANI.8 -n emlefor
* i . .1. A t wo hirs' erAe
*n , -.d c e a-y out build.gsl.a
wetl I trmlir- d Ap).ly att this officer, or to
(lee 16 ly P:yo.roN s.'C.
('M4LD & BOGUS,
ti:s-ya and Counzolora at Law
l'PuKpENS C. H., S. 0.
W\ill p)racticoi ir' all the' State and Federa'
mairih 29. 1883
'U' i:, ~ttention
.t arp:red to ftur- ish all classes with
00m1l -'ae t at1 I hrue, .thle wht le timo
1' fr t. i Ir s; ara min .-tt ti. Besiness
rw,1 lit aL A ,.r ' l'd. Persei.s of ei
the r s:x -ai ly ' .7 - fr n 50 eet Is to $5
det: aI t:,.ir timte to the businesa.
boy i a ! i lts -n- erarly' at mutch as men.
do and0( t.est t e itisIiness. we' matke this
<or. tlo suchel ats'are not wvell satrsfied
wte will send1( one dlollair to piay for the trou
bb- of wt ntg. Full pariticutlars and out
lit f t i':. Artess GAtonantt STINsIoN & ('.,
Iotantd, Matin, feb 17, '87-ly
.It cf t lI- partl HT hto can sell Grave
St.' ' e-tu>tr tha, we can We sell
". h' liri:il; We.V <;r gooid wo'rk, and
N s,t i :'' satida; to. Outr pri-.
* rt f r mt 1hrte ', Il rs up. We haye
ha '1 a I t , atriive :. Laii ' St. ek of
rave St.' .e. AI 1 wot de(I .vee aC''i t the
* i. Kit -ieat 1on givi ni Mr. II. ITL
ea lhe fomtt t il:hrge of' the
bnle Yardrea t'44 o1 u- 'vi atlI wIho masy
ill n hi i m W t. li ' a i trhu ari i be
Liberty, S. C. Oct. 14. '86.
Out. 21I. 188d 4 if.
~IIC11T1Tto bte mtadle. Cuit this out
~IJIH If a I -turtt o uis, at d wte
will 7u4td Iyoui free, some
you, thit, will1 start, yout In buislitess whIeh
wtill br'ingt yon h,. mor' miotey r'ightt away
thanit anythitg 'lse in thIs world. At:.o
4cant do th le rk~ nx'.d Ii ve at hwlue. Ei ther
se;all age~s. SotielIihh g ntew, thaitt just
enn mo.e f -r nIl ".'rkerst. Wec will
siart you;t (apital4 itot nteeded(. T1his is one
.f m gieno~ttie. Unorltant ehattes ti a
I.""ihu-r. 'l'l.sc amitd ions and entetr
priising itil not dt:y. Grand( outfjit free.
Addrecs 'Feem:& C o., Autgtusta, anine. 1y
i by no:tis ag< .t. k H I the
NEW AMERICAN NO. 7.
I thii k;t w~ il reiquire verty IiItthe argu
tmei n t oninci yout of its superiority.
It is always in order, aid read(l to sew
fr'4on thle finst to thle heav' Iod
a i in nicie futrnitutre. '1,1'
ltneutsi ar;' supe)trb Any bod)4 .
Buy 'IThe Newv Ame(rican . .y,
Sold h. t- well knownt
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